Although there’s no rules in podcasting about how episodes must be structured, we do see some common themes when we look at highly-produced shows.

These podcasts tend to have more elements, and the presenter may duck in and out, introducing, getting out the way, then coming back to pass comment on something.

This might be compared to a “typical” podcast episode, where you might see the presenter introduce the show, carry out an interview, then close the show.

In the highly-produced arena we often see more than one guest per episode, and interviews chopped up into a narrative theme, as opposed to being played in a linear fashion.

In this episode, we’ll dive into the techniques you can use to structure and frame your “HPP” (can we call it that yet?) episodes.

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