There are a wide variety of formats that podcasts can adhere to, with each having its own value. When creating solo shows, with no guests or interviews, a simple yet effective way to approach it is with a rough sketch of thoughts and ideas for the episode. This allows some space for improvisation and a natural feeling, compared with a format that is more fully scripted.
Key Points From This Episode:
- There is no single answer to this question, as it is dependent on a number of factors.
- A basic outline of areas to cover can work well for a solo show.
- Subject matter and the intended depth of exploration will also impact the format.