10 episodes

Bibliophile beams to you from independent bookshop Golden Hare Books in Edinburgh, Scotland. Hosted by resident booksellers David Bloomfield, Julie Danskin and Jonathan Taylor, Bibliophile is your resource for book recommendations and literary chat.



Each month Julie, Jonathan and David discuss what they've been reading and a Big Topic from the book world, such as awards shortlists, how to choose your next book and what to do when you're in a reading rut. They also recap the monthly book group pick in-depth, so each month you can read the selected book in advance and join in with our discussion.

Bibliophile | Book talk and recommendations from independent booksellers Golden Hare Books

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    • 5.0, 9 Ratings

Bibliophile beams to you from independent bookshop Golden Hare Books in Edinburgh, Scotland. Hosted by resident booksellers David Bloomfield, Julie Danskin and Jonathan Taylor, Bibliophile is your resource for book recommendations and literary chat.



Each month Julie, Jonathan and David discuss what they've been reading and a Big Topic from the book world, such as awards shortlists, how to choose your next book and what to do when you're in a reading rut. They also recap the monthly book group pick in-depth, so each month you can read the selected book in advance and join in with our discussion.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

charlotte mlki ,

Great podcast!

I love bibliophile, it’s funny; interesting and you get amazing book recommendation :)

mrscicic ,

The podcast I needed!

This podcast is wonderful - a cozy chat about books and the book industry from inside a bookshop between two intelligent, funny women - I can’t imagine anything better. Can’t wait to keep listening.

Libasaurusrocks ,

Engaging!

Love this podcast - I always come out of listening to it with a new book on my to-read list and new perspectives on things I have already read. They cover interesting topics and I haven't seen a book-themed podcast like this before (maybe I haven't been looking hard enough?) The only drawback is that the sound could be a little bit clearer, but it is very good for a first podcast from people who don't usually record things for a living. Also if you happen to be in Edinburgh sometime, the shop is definitely worth a visit.

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