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    7 podcasts you’ll love if you love The Moth

    By September 26, 2023

    Our Digital Editor recommends some of her favourite non-fiction monologue podcasts for fans of The Moth searching for more shows… In my opinion, the non-fiction monologue is a hugely underrated podcast style. As a listener, I get the entertainment of storytelling, the rawness of reality and the simplicity of a single voice. What’s more, the stories are often told by...

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    8 Great investigative podcasts to listen to after The Trojan Horse Affair

    By March 10, 2022

    The New York Times’ The Trojan Horse Affair podcast, about the anonymous, deeply suspect letter which alleged – baselessly, as it turned out – that a cabal of Muslim school leaders in Birmingham were trying to infiltrate city schools and subvert them to run along strict Islamist principles, has become the first massive podcast of 2022. It’s taken criticism from...

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    6 Spooky podcasts for Halloween

    By October 25, 2021

    If you’re after an audience with the undead, podcasts are the ideal medium. Sorry. But puns aside, they really are. The magic of hearing a ghost story isn’t in what’s being said as such, but in the images being conjured up. Your brain is capable of forming terrors far more terrible than anything you could actually see, and around the...


    Where to start with… QCODE Podcasts

    By May 24, 2021

    Whether you are new to podcasts or have a queue of shows ready to listen to, there are always popular shows that “you must listen to”, but somehow never have. Our Point Of Entry series aims to give you just that – a point of entry into the shows you’ve heard of, but never heard. QCODE is a Los Angeles...

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    Introduction to The Piper podcast

    By December 11, 2020

    Have You Heard? is a series in which the team from Pod Bible 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...

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