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    Objeks & Tings: A mother-daughter celebration of Caribbean heritage

    By June 23, 2023

    With this week marking the 75th anniversary of the arrival of the HMT Empire Windrush in Britain, it’s a perfect time to launch a podcast that celebrates Caribbean history, heritage and culture in the UK. Objeks & Tings is a collaboration from Message Heard and Museumand, The National Caribbean Heritage Museum, and hosted by Museumand founders (and mother-daughter duo!) Catherine...


    Coco Sarel and Candice Brathwaite talk community, Closet Confessions and the cost of podcasting

    By May 4, 2023

    Got something to confess sis…? In Closet Confessions Candice Brathwaite (Author and Journalist) and Coco Sarel (Actress and Online personality) welcome you into the closet, a safe space where nothing is off the table. One moment you’re holding back laughter – concerned your co-workers will hear you – and then the next you are tuned into a therapy session where...

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    REVIEW // Shade Podcast LIVE – Interludes

    By November 2, 2022

    Takudzwa Mudiwa reviews the live launch of the new season of the Shade Podcast – called Interludes – an immersive audio experience that took place on 26th October. In Hauser & Wirth London, Axel Kacoutié and Lou Mensah sit in front of a Amy Sherald painting titled “For love, and for country” (2022). The piece is part of an exhibition...

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    Benjamin Zephaniah’s top podcast appearances

    By October 27, 2022

    Celebrating podcasters is a common occurrence, but in this modern world being a solid, grade-A guest is something that needs celebrating. Our Podcast Prophet for issue #013 of the magazine was Benjamin Zephaniah! One of the beautiful gifts of the continued rise of podcasts has been the new voices they presents us with. But one of the less acknowledged joys...


    7 Classic podcast episodes for Black History Month

    By October 17, 2022

    October is Black History Month in the UK, and we decided to dedicate The Old Testament section of our latest magazine to it. Check out these 7 classic episodes from the podcast archives exploring Black history. In Search of Black History with Bonnie Greer Ep. 1 // Bones Do Not Lie // Dec 2019 Bonnie Greer’s eight-part exploration of stories...

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    Talking podcasts with Acast and Growing Up with gal-dem

    By September 7, 2022

    This is Let There Be Pod in Association with Acast. In each issue of the magazine, our partner Acast – home of the UK’s BEST podcasters – sits down for a chat with one of its creators to hear what they love about making podcasts. In this interview from Issue #022 Acast spoke to Bijal Shah, Head of Commercial at...

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    Talking podcasts with Out Of Home and Acast

    By December 21, 2021

    This is Let There Be Pod in Association with Acast. In each issue of the magazine, our partner Acast – home of the UK’s BEST podcasters – sits down for a chat with one of its creators to hear what they love about making podcasts. In this interview, from issue #018, Acast speaks to Kieran, Kwame, Steven and Yaf from the...

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    Pod Bible’s Black History Month podcast playlist

    By October 28, 2021

    Black history shouldn’t be confined to one month, it should be celebrated and uplifted throughout the year. So as Black History Month comes to a close, we’ve created the Pod Bible Black History playlist to further inform you on history in the UK and around the world. We hope it helps you find podcasts that narrate the unrecounted nuances of...

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    Moya Lothian-McLean // Human Resources uncovers stories of British slavery

    By May 13, 2021

    Human Resources, the newest podcast from Broccoli Productions, explores the British involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, and explores how the trade has influenced every part of modern Britain.  Due to the increased public interest in the Black Lives Matter movement, 2020 saw a surge of listens to podcast about Black history, and the way racism has shaped Western society....


    REVIEW // About Race with Reni Eddo-Lodge

    By June 10, 2020

    Over the past week, we at Pod Bible have been saving Instagram posts and bookmarking tweets about how to educate ourselves through audio and how to support Black voices in the podcasting world. As an American woman editing a predominantly British podcasting blog, I wanted to be sure that while I explored these well-crafted, informative and fun shows, I took...

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