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    THE GOOD SAMARITAN // Out with Suzi Ruffell

    By June 17, 2021

    June is Pride Month, so what better time to share this article from the magazine archive. Each issue, Jason Reed recommends a podcast from the charity and causes sector in his Good Samaritan column. His choice for Issue #010 was the great LGBQT+ podcast Out with Suzi Ruffell. This article was first written in August 2020. Comedian Suzi Ruffell is...

  • Gospel according to Stephen Fry Gospel according to Stephen Fry



    By June 15, 2021

    Best known for this acting and presenting (as well as being a bonafide National Treasure) Stephen Fry released his first ‘Podgram’ way back in 2008! We caught up with the host of the excellent 7 Deadly Sins to discuss his love for the podcast format and the shows he adores. From issue #009 0f the Pod Bible Magazine, this is...

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    REVIEW // Ian Wright’s Everyday People

    By June 2, 2021

    Ian Wright’s Everyday People is a Somethin’ Else production that aims to highlight everyday people who have achieved extraordinary things, despite encountering trials along the way. Hosted by footballer and broadcaster Ian Wright, the podcast talks to individuals who have experienced issues such as discrimination, cancer diagnosis, mental health problems and loss. Now at the end of its first season,...

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    18 new podcasts to listen to in June 2021

    By June 1, 2021

    Pod Bible aims to be the essential guide to podcasts. To keep your download list full of brilliant podcasts, and help you find the next podcast sensation, we’re bringing you the latest podcast releases in our New This Month feature. This month has seen a stream of new podcasts in time for Summer, and this is our longest list so...

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    Max & Harvey // Tiktokkers to podcasters

    By May 25, 2021

    They are the UK’s biggest TikTok stars and X-Factor runners up, but twin brothers Max and Harvey can firmly add ‘podcasters’ to their CV. Those of you who read the ‘New podcasts to listen to in May‘ article already will have The Max & Harvey Podcast on your radar. It’s a relaxed, unfiltered, and chatty series to discuss everything that...


    POINT OF ENTRY // the best QCODE podcasts

    By May 24, 2021

    QCODE is a Los Angeles based audio production studio who develop innovative and immersive scripted narrative stories. Normally what would occur in the Point of Entry series is episode recommendations, however QCODE now have 13 different shows. Instead, I will recommend some of my favourite shows, as I feel if I recommend individual episodes, I will be giving away spoilers....

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    Michael Spicer & Matt Tiller // It Happened To Me

    By May 21, 2021

    Michael Spicer is recognisable for his Room Next Door character, where acts as the unseen adviser in the Prime Minister’s. Now, he’s showcasing repertoire of new characters in a new podcast. It Happened To Me tells the stories of life-changing events experienced by real people… except it’s not real because every guest is made up and played by Michael. It...

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    Dominic Monaghan’s Top 5 Podcasts

    By May 20, 2021

    This week saw the launch of The Friendship Onion, a double act podcast with Lord of the Rings hobbits and real-life friends Dominic Monaghan and Billy Boyd. Of the many celebrity podcasts coming out, I am pretty excited about this one for a couple of reasons: I was such a big fan of The Lord of the Rings films when...

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    Alan Cumming // Alan Cumming’s Shelves

    By May 19, 2021

    Alan Cumming hardly needs any introduction (but we’ll give him a short one anyway!). His acting work has spanned across films (Goldeneye, X2, Eyes Wide Shut) television (from Taggart to The Good Wife) and numerous big theatre productions. For podcast enthusiasts, his Scottish accent is perhaps most recognisable for Homo Sapiens, which he’s co-hosted since May last year. Now he’s got...

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    28 Summers // Living everyday adventurously

    By May 14, 2021

    Have You Heard? is where the Pod Bible team meet the people behind the podcasts you may not have heard of yet. While the Oh. My. Pod. section in the magazine gives a quick shout out to shows of that ilk, Have You Heard? aims to go deeper in an effort to spread awareness for shows that deserve more exposure!...


    My Seven Wonders // Launching and producing a podcast remotely

    By May 7, 2021

    From Issue #014 of the Pod Bible magazine, the regular column from our partners Stakhanov looked at the reality of launching and producing a podcast remotely. This is Breaking Bread. On the 17th of February, Stakhanov launched its newest show My Seven Wonders with Clive Anderson, co-produced with Alaska TV and hosted by legendary presenter and award winning comedian, Clive...

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    By May 5, 2021

    If you were to list your dream line up of dinner party guests, there’s a strong chance that Jessie & Lennie Ware have already welcomed them to their table. Pop stars, chefs, actors & mayors, the mother & daughter combo have hosted them all. From Issue #011 of the magazine, this is the Gospel According to… Table Manners. Tell us...

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    15 new podcasts to listen to in May 2021

    By May 1, 2021

    Pod Bible aims to be the essential guide to podcasts. To keep your download list full of brilliant podcasts, and help you find the next podcast sensation, we’re bringing you the latest podcast releases in our New This Month feature.  With big celebrity shows and the return of some classic podcasts, here’s our round-up of  great new podcasts to listen...

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    10 Hollywood A-lister Podcast Appearances

    By April 26, 2021

    The 93rd Academy Awards took place last night and to celebrate we wanted to share an article from our magazine archives. There are so many brilliant film podcasts available to listen to, but for Issue #007 of the magazine, our partners at Acast pulled together a list of A-list guest appearances on some of our favourite podcasts. Olivia Colman on...


    Jamie Laing: “This is just the beginning of audio”

    By April 19, 2021

    In every issue of the Pod Bible Magazine, we ask a Podcast Disciple five questions about their love of podcasts and podcasting. Our Podcast Disciple for Issue #010 was Made In Chelsea stalwart, and one half of the Private Parts podcast, Jamie Laing! Why do you love podcasts? I’ve always loved audio – as a kid I used to listen...

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