All posts tagged "history podcast"
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AUDDY RECOMMENDS: Educational podcasts to help you learn something new!September 12, 2023
With the quest for knowledge no longer confined to classrooms, textbooks, or even cumbersome online courses, podcasting has become a powerhouse when it comes to learning anywhere at any time. It’s pretty fair to say that if you can think of a topic then there will most likely be a podcast on it. So whether you want to be informed,...
Objeks & Tings: A mother-daughter celebration of Caribbean heritageJune 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...
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Bernard P. Achampong: ‘Pilot Season’ is a more distinctive voice to UneditedApril 7, 2023
The Pod Bible gang wanted to bring podcast producers out from their editing bays and research caves to tell you why they’re passionate about creating podcasts… A couple of weeks ago, I suggested Pilot Season 2023 as the ‘New Pod of the Week’ in our newsletter. But it’s not quite accurate to call it a ‘pod’ given that Pilot Season...
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It’s A Continent: A creative outlet to learn about African historyApril 4, 2023
Have You Heard? is where the Pod Bible team meet the people behind the podcasts you may not have heard of yet… Today we’re profiling a history podcast that has been educating and entertaining listeners about the history of Africa for more than two years. It’s A Continent challenges the common misconception that Africa is a country, whilst appreciating the...
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Beneath The Skin: The history of everything told through the history of tattooingFebruary 28, 2023
Have You Heard? is where the Pod Bible team meet the people behind the podcasts you may not have heard of yet. This time we’re speaking to Thomas O’Mahony from one of our ESSENTIAL podcasts of 2022, Beneath The Skin… What was the first podcast you ever listened to? The first podcast I ever listened to is a show called...
Introducing… Memories From The DancefloorFebruary 10, 2023
The Acast Amplifier programme was created to seek out new audio talent across the UK, and actively support the next generation of podcasters in getting their ideas off the ground and sharing their stories with the world. Now the three winning podcast ideas are becoming reality. Memories From The Dancefloor is a docu-series hosted by Journalist Damian Kerlin. Released during...
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My Love Letter Time Machine: Co-writing with my great-great-grandparentsDecember 7, 2022
Have You Heard? is where the Pod Bible team meet the people behind the podcasts you may not have heard of yet… My Love Letter Time Machine came to our attention via a few networking events, and most recently when it was Shortlisted for the International Women’s Podcast Awards 2022. Host Ingrid Birchell Hughes has both sides (extremely rare) of...
BBC Sounds Audio Lab: Tomi Dixon – Colouring In BritainSeptember 22, 2022
Our series of interviews with the makers of the BBC Sounds Audio Lab shows continues with Tomi Dixon, creator of Colouring In Britain. The show imagines what Tomi’s secondary school history lessons could have been if black history was taught across the other 11 months of the year. It features interviews with cultural icons like Benjamin Zephaniah, who discusses his...
BBC Sounds Audio Lab: Hamza Salmi – Who Was Michael X?September 15, 2022
The final three Audiolab 2022 podcasts from BBC Sounds have now been released! And we’re continuing with our quick-fire interview series. This time, Hamza Salmi tells us about being a long-time podcast listener, and first-time podcast maker. His series, Who Was Michael X? tells the fascinating and divisive story of the once famous black British activist who many haven’t heard of…...
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Sean Douglas: Senior Podcast Producer for the National TrustAugust 25, 2022
Here at Pod Bible, we really like to bring podcast producers out from their editing bays and research caves to tell you why they’re passionate about creating podcasts. I recently spoke to Sean Douglas for the Pod Bible Podcast about the National Trust podcast. But we couldn’t fit the whole conversation into the show! So here is the full interview,...
WHERE TO START
Where to start with… In Our TimeJune 3, 2022
If Lord Reith were still about, he’d probably be so enamoured of In Our Time he’d probably be running around making the teas and making sure host Melvyn Bragg’s cushions were suitably plumped before recording started. If ever a radio show informed, educated and entertained, it’s In Our Time. The format is simple. Each week a topic from culture, science,...
Rory Bremner explores the fact and fiction in The Spying GameMay 19, 2022
Broadcaster, satirist and impressionist Rory Bremner is hosting a brand new podcast, The Spying Game, packed with fictional Hollywood spy tales and real-life espionage. Each week, host Rory Bremner sits down with a Hollywood filmmaker, international author or TV star, and a real-life international spy to separate the facts of true espionage from the fiction we see on screen. As...
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22 New podcasts you must listen to this AprilApril 15, 2022
Pod Bible aims to be the essential guide to podcasts. To keep your download list full of the best podcasts, and help you find the next podcast sensation, we’re bringing you the latest releases in our New This Month feature. We’re heading into a long weekend, and should you be in need of soundtracking your journeys, cooking time or awkward silences, we...
INTERVIEW // Dallas Campbell’s new science history podcast with History HitMarch 16, 2022
Dallas Campbell is best known as the face of some of television’s most popular factual programmes. From classic shows like The Sky At Night and Stargazing Live, to comedic takes on science like Science of Stupid, and Bang Goes the Theory, he has been a key figure in science communication for both adults and children. Now, he’s voicing his passion...
17 New podcasts you must listen to this MarchMarch 15, 2022
Pod Bible aims to be the essential guide to podcasts. To keep your download list full of the best podcasts, and help you find the next podcast sensation, we’re bringing you the latest releases in our New This Month feature. We may be halfway through the month, but I couldn’t let March slide without introducing you to some new podcasts! I’ve kept...
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