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    The Anthony Walsh Podcast: “River-Jumping” to success

    By June 24, 2024

    The Anthony Walsh Podcast is a new podcast from former racing cyclist Anthony Walsh. Anthony has already achieved podcasting success with The Roadman Cycling Podcast where he explores how to recapture your health through cycling, and his new show aims to offer insights and stories to motivate listeners to chase their dreams and find balance in life. We spoke to...

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    Off the Hanger: Taking a deep dive into fashion

    By June 20, 2024

    Have You Heard? is where the Pod Bible team meet the people behind the podcasts you may not have heard, but we think you should have. Off the Hanger is a weekly fashion podcast hosted by fashion stylist and presenter Emma Lightbown. We caught up with Emma to learn more about the podcast… Who are you and what’s your podcast...

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    Sonic Fields: A journey through the evolution of British music festivals

    By June 18, 2024

    We spoke to Sam Tyler, host of the show Sonic Fields, to learn more about his podcast and the inspiration behind it. Sonic Fields launches today, 18th June. Who are you and what’s your podcast about? My new series is called Sonic Fields. It’s a year-long deep dive into British music festivals and is my second podcast story. My first...

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    Folk on Foot: Immersing listeners in nature and music

    By June 17, 2024

    Have You Heard? is where the Pod Bible team meet the people behind the podcasts you may not have heard, but we think you should have. Folk on Foot is a multi-award-winning podcast in which host Matthew Bannister goes walking with top folk musicians in the landscapes that have inspired them. Francesca Turauskis interviewed Matthew for Pod Bible in February...

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    5 podcasts to teach you about sound

    By June 13, 2024

    It’s so easy to listen to a brilliant podcast and not think about how important the actual sound of it is, and the same is true of in our everyday lives. If you’re walking around without earphones in (I know, scary thought) are you noticing the sounds that surround you? The chances are that you haven’t thought too much about...

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    REVIEW // UniPodFest 2024

    By June 11, 2024

    UniPodFest took place at Birmingham City University on Wednesday 5th June. We asked freelance writer, Saskia Masaun, to give us a review of her experience at the festival… As a podcast enthusiast, attending UniPodFest at Birmingham City University and immersing myself in the world of storytelling was a particularly enjoyable experience and one that will continue to inspire me throughout...

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    REVIEW // Crossed Wires Festival 2024

    By June 7, 2024

    Crossed Wires: The Podcast Festival took place across various venues in Sheffield on Friday 31st May to Sunday 2nd June. We asked freelance writer, Chella Quint, to attend on behalf of Pod Bible and to give us her honest thoughts… Sheffield’s brand new podcast festival, Crossed Wires, has had an excellent inaugural outing. Sheffield’s strong track record with events like...

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    Annie Mac: “Changes has really changed me”

    By May 29, 2024

    Annie MacManus has been a strong presence in the podcast world for years. In Issue #013 of the magazine, we asked Annie for the five podcasts she couldn’t live without, but given her high ranking in the 2023 Pod Bible Listener Polls, it’s safe to say that her show Changes fits into that category for many listeners. When we sat...


    VGC: The Video Game Podcast – Player 1 is Loading…

    By May 28, 2024

    VGC: The Video Game Podcast on Navigating the Turbulent Waters of the Gaming Industry… The video game industry is going through a tough time at the minute. It’s seen huge layoffs across the world, renowned studios are being closed at the drop of a hat, and games are getting so expensive to make that you might not see GTA 7...

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    8 UK podcasts about politics and current affairs

    By April 30, 2024

    As the UK goes to the polls this Thursday in a round of local elections, we’re recommending some politics and current affairs podcasts to keep you plugged into the political goings-on. The UK’s political landscape can be confusing at the best of times. We continue to gain and lose party leaders quicker than it takes a lettuce to wilt, and...



    By April 26, 2024

    Pod Save The UK is one year old tomorrow! That’s right, the first episode of the chart-topping show fronted by Nish Kumar and Coco Khan was released on 27th April 2023. We can’t quite imagine a time when this show wasn’t in our podcast queue. To celebrate the success of our Issue #027 cover stars, we’re revisiting our interview, where...

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    The best new podcasts of SPRING 2024

    By April 11, 2024

    It’s time to spring into our 2024 podcast recommendations! There has been such a wide range of shows sprouting up over this season, and we have some great podcasts from the BBC, independent production companies, solo podcasters and even brands investing in great audio content. Some of our writers have recommended their favourite new shows – all of the released...

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    Jess Shane: “I’m not interested in turning people’s lives into products anymore”

    By April 10, 2024

    What happens when you turn the process of documentary making inside out and purposely bend the rules? Well according to Radiotopia’s Shocking, Heartbreaking, Transformative, boundaries get blurred, mistakes proceed and lessons are learnt. Those familiar with nonfiction audio documentary maker Jess Shane, may know her as the producer of BBC 4 Lights Out: Accounts and Accountability which explored the ethics...


    30 of the BEST podcasts for beginners

    By February 29, 2024

    Pod Bible is five years old as of this February – don’t worry about a cake, it’s fine – and it’s been an amazing five years for podcasting. From the mega-hits which are always at the top of the charts to tiny indie ventures which turn into firm favourites, there are more podcasts out there than ever before – and...

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