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    5 things you MUST see at the Podcast Show 2023

    By May 22, 2023

    The Podcast Show 2023 is taking place this week at the Business Centre in London. I attended The Podcast Show last year and was so blown away by the amount of content on offer that I regretted not having forensically scoured the schedule to create an advance action plan days beforehand. Once again, I am likely to spend much of...

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    Nina Robinson reflects on Birmingham Podcast Festival

    By May 10, 2023

    The first ever Birmingham Podcast Festival took place on 22nd April at the University of Birmingham’s Curzon Building. With workshops on such aspects as community building and sound equipment, panels and talks from key podcasters, it was a great mixture of different aspects of the podcast industry. Festival organiser Nina Robinson sent us over a few words on her own...


    The Audio Production Awards 2022 – The Winners

    By November 24, 2022

    Last night I went down to the Audio Production Awards 2022, which took place at the BFI in London. Pod Bible were Media Partners for the event, and I was handing out a few magazines to folks (say ‘hi’ if you have one!). But I was mostly there to experience the night. This was the first time I’ve attended, so...


    Catching up with The London Podcast Festival’s Zoë Jeyes

    By September 6, 2022

    The London Podcast Festival is back with a massive schedule of events kicking off this Thursday. I’m looking forward to catching some of the action at Kings Place over the next few weeks. But with such a big line-up, what do I go and see? I caught up with Zoë Jeyes, Deputy Director at Kings Place and lead programmer for...

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    Thoughts on the International Women’s Podcast Festival 2022

    By June 22, 2022

    Hot on the tail on The Podcast Show, the International Women’s Podcast Festival from Content Is Queen took place in Kings Place last Saturday. Of course, I jumped at the chance to be there! “Festivals like this are great for discovering new shows, and finding people to collaborate with. Audio still has a male bias as an industry – but...

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    Acast announces Aclass: Kickstart Your Podcast

    By April 19, 2021

    Acast has announced a new a masterclass aimed at Irish creators. Aclass: Kickstart Your Podcast is aimed at Irish creators looking to get started in podcasting, and takes place Thursday, April 29, with special guest Caroline Foran. Aclass: Kickstart Your Podcast will feature expertise from Acast’s dedicated podcaster team, alongside commercial and podcast producer Emily Owens Burke — whose credits...

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    Acast announce Aclass: Queer Voices, a free virtual podcast workshop

    By February 16, 2021

    Acast have announced a free virtual podcast workshop for the LGBTQ+ community. Aclass: Queer Voices, takes place at the end of  LGBT History Month in February, and is now open for registration.  During LGBT History Month, on February 25th, Acast experts will be joined by comedian Suzi Ruffell and The Log Books producer Shivani Dave to inspire the next generation...

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