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Where to start with… Three Bean SaladFebruary 8, 2024
Our Where To Start series aims to give you a point of entry into the shows you’ve heard of, but never heard… This time, Suchandrika Chakrabarti is inducting new listeners into the universe of Three Bean Salad! Plus we find out Benjamin Partridge’s Top 5 Three Bean Salad jingles… Three Bean Salad is a phenomenon. At last year’s London Podcast Festival,...
Auddy Spotlight – five podcasts worth knowing!January 11, 2024
Auddy is inspiring and engaging audiences through audio. Supporting creators, creating branded content and private podcasts. They know all about quality podcasts and in their new column for us, they are sharing some of their favourites. From Issue #030, this is Auddy’s Shows Worth Knowing About… Ki & Dee: The Podcast How would you describe your show? Not for the faint...
REVIEW // Heirs of EnslavementNovember 20, 2023
Heirs of Enslavement is a new podcast from Persephonica exploring the history and social repercussions of the Transatlantic slave trade. At it’s core, it is telling the story of two individuals – Clive Lewis MP and Laura Trevelyan – who are both heirs of enslavement. Clive is a descendent of the enslaved, and Laura, of the enslaver. In fact, Clive’s...
Auddy Spotlight – OYNB and How To Be 60November 10, 2023
Auddy is inspiring and engaging audiences through audio. Supporting creators, creating branded content and private podcasts. They know all about quality podcasts and in their new column for us, they are sharing some of their favourites. From Issue #029, this is Auddy’s Shows Worth Knowing About… The OYNB Podcast is the show created to inspire you to take the steps needed to...
These are the BEST podcasts about Great British Bake OffNovember 8, 2023
It’s odd to think now that prior to 2010, nobody snickered at soggy bottoms and the Hollywood handshake was a level of human achievement which remained as yet out of reach. But The Great British Bake Off is part of the furniture now, and despite shuffling presenters and channels has retained its cosy charms, and its weekly knockout format makes...
Will podcasting survive?October 26, 2023
How do we make podcasting futureproof? What needs to be done to challenge the industry to innovate and produce daring content? In this column titled “Revelations”, Meera Kumar pokes and prods the audio industry and its creations before revealing the shows worth listening to and their place in the zeitgeist… The podcast waters have been especially choppy in the past...
EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Sherlock and Watson from Sherlock & CoOctober 24, 2023
True crime podcasts can very easily fall intro controversy, but there is no doubt they are still popular with audiences. Now there’s a new podcast in town that is documenting the adventures of a super sleuth in real time. Sherlock & Co is a new show created by Dr. John Watson, once of the British Army Northumberland Fusilier Regiment, now...
10 podcasts to kickstart your health and wellness educationSeptember 15, 2023
The health and wellness corner of the internet can feel very overwhelming. You have to push past myths, miracle tricks, and overly technical medical jargon to get the accessible stuff. I’ve recently been down my own health rabbit hole and decided to turn to podcasts for my research. Podcasts can feel like having a personal tutor in your ear, the...
5 Podcasts to listen to beyond Disability Pride MonthJuly 26, 2023
I am an AuDHD, disabled, trans, and queer creative, which means I am in an awful lot of communities and thus there is an awful lot that I want to learn about more. One thing I have only learnt about this year, is that there is an entire month dedicated to Disability Pride – stemming from a day long celebration...
AUDDY RECOMMENDS: Sex & Relationship podcastsJuly 4, 2023
Whether you’re single, in a couple (or even a thruple!) there is a podcast about relationships out there for you. Sophie Paluch from Auddy explores some of her favourite shows in the Sex and Relationship genre. No Holes Barred This is probably the only show that still makes me snigger like a schoolgirl, Laura and Victoria chat every week about...
17 new podcasts to listen to in December 2021December 3, 2021
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. It’s the last new podcasts round-up of the year and we have an epic list to take you over the...
6 Spooky podcasts for HalloweenOctober 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...
6 great podcasts to help you value your alone timeOctober 7, 2021
Hands up: who’s ever felt like a podcast has kept them company during their alone time? Whether it’s during a long solitary walk or while cooking for one, listening to a podcast is sometimes the halfway house between taking time to yourself and feeling in touch with your fellow humans – without the need for direct interaction. And there’s research...
School’s in session with these top educational podcastsOctober 5, 2021
This time of year marks the youngest in society sharpening their pencils and readying their books for a new year of education. However, for most of us, these days the bell we hear on Monday mornings tends to be our wretched iPhone alarm clock signalling the start of our work week. But education never truly stops. Whether it’s learning a...
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14 new podcasts to listen to in October 2021October 2, 2021
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. This month’s list has a big focus on aspects of modern society that are confusing, frustrating and complicated. From sexism,...
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