Passion, honesty and authenticity isn't something you can buy. So what happens when you do put your head above the parapet as a podcast presenter?

Feeling stuck and out of inspiration? Here are ten quick wins to help you get back on the horse. And take note, it's not all about experience - it's about curiosity.

How can a small team or arts organisation, perhaps overstretched and always with limited funding, take their work and bring it to a wider audience through podcasting? Clare Freeman explains how.

From swopping out commentaries, to changing the level of on-pitch sounds, to providing a service for impaired users - the chaps at Salford Acoustics have founded some great tech to capture rich, immersi...

Did you know - whilst wearing headphones sat in your pants on your sofa - you can go for a haircut in a virtual barbers, take a walk along the Congo River, or hear what it's like to sleep on the str...

Grab your headphones, a pen, paper and stop watch. Take 60 minutes out for a 3D puzzle/immersive fictional audio drama. Binaural sound just got competitive.

Clare Freeman and Colin Paterson interview sound recordist Chris Watson about binaural sound and podcasting on BBC Radio 5 Live.

Why are we so afraid to ask for them? Because the truth is, if you don't, then your series is most likely going to fade into the background of a growing competitive market.

How important are logos when it comes to podcasting? How can you make your podcast stand out from the crowd on Apple Podcasts? Graphic designer Gareth Price steps in with a Q&A.

Age, gender, where and how...some of the fascinating insights into who's really listening to podcasts and how as producers we can tailor our content to suit.

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