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Latest Episodes

Episode 14, September 2019 • The Face • Penny Martin • Marie Claire

Our latest Podcast, recorded at the magCulture Shop in London, is a bumper edition that hangs loosely around the theme of change. The episode opens with Jeremy and Liv flicking through recent new mags, starting with The Face, freshly relaunched after a 15 year hiatus. Can it possibly live up to expectations? The pair also look at this year’s print edition of gal-dem and the exciting new Buffalo Zine, and are joined briefly by Erik from Lyrics As Poetry before heading off down a crazy magazine archeaology rabbit hole with guest Danny No. The ups and downs of the contemporary women’s magazine are reflected in the next two guests: Marie O’Riordan, editor of Marie Claire from 2001-2008, reflects on the demise of the magazine’s print edition. And Penny Martin, editor-in-chief of The Gentlewoman, discusses her magazine’s tenth anniversary. Both highlight the need for character and USP in a magazine. There’s just time for a Back Issue – the first ever edition of Berlin’s 032c, a ve...

52 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 14, September 2019 • The Face • Penny Martin • Marie Claire

Episode 13, August 2019 • Der Greif • Gym Class • Safar • Spy

Jeremy Leslie and Liv Siddall talk magazines, recorded at the magCulture Shop in London. The episode opens with a look at magCulture’s late summer plans, leading into a an overview recent new issues including the first issue of Belissimo and fourth issue of Safar Journal. We also hear from Steven Gregor at Gym Class about the zine-y nature of his new edition and Anna Broujean of Club Sandwich reveals future plans. Jeremy and Liv take a close look at the challenging recent issue of German photo mag Der Greif. The images it contains were deemed so potentially offensive that Stack Magazines offered subscribers an opt-out – Stack’s Steve Watson explain why and how. Our final conversation excerpt from MagMagMag in NYC presents Rob Hewitt (OH-SO) and Caitlin Thompson (Racquet)discuss working with brands. The episode signs off with our latest Back Issue –celebrated eighties NY satirical mag Spy. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Huge thanks to our friends at Park Communications for their support of the magCulture Podcast. The magCulture Podcast is edited by Lucy Dearlove.

46 MINAUG 27
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Episode 13, August 2019 • Der Greif • Gym Class • Safar • Spy

Episode 12, July 2019. Moonlandings, Pin-Up x American Chordata.

Jeremy Leslie and Liv Siddall talk magazines, recorded at the magCulture in London with a dash to Manhattan for some chat from our NY visit. The episode opens with a look back at how The Sunday Times Magazine reported the Apollo 11 moon landings, 50 years ago. Jeremy and Liv discuss this years Stack Awards, which have just been launchec, and then flick through new issues of Club Sandwich, C 41 and student magazine Garment from Amsterdam. We then switch to New York to listen in on part our MagMagMag event at Vitsoe; editors Alison Lewis (American Chordata) and Felix Burrichter(Pin-Up)discuss business and creative issues with Jeremy. We end with news of the magCulture Live (7 November) and a look at the March 1985 issue of The Face and the design of an interview with Andy Warhol. Huge thanks to our friends at Park Communications for their support for the magCulture Podcast. Edited by Lucy Dearlove.

45 MINJUL 30
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Episode 12, July 2019. Moonlandings, Pin-Up x American Chordata.

Episode 11, June 2019, ModMagNYC

Jeremy Leslie and Liv Siddall talk magazines, recorded at the magCulture in London with interviews from our recent New York residency. The episode starts with an overview of new mags, including the Neat Review, Banana and Dazed. Plus the new book about RayGun magazine, from founder Marvin Scott Jarrett. We then switch to New York, where we hear from ModMagNYC speakers Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff (gal-dem), Beth Wilkinson (Lindsay), Ian Birch (‘Uncovered’) and Douglas McGray (California Sunday, Pop-Up Magazine) plus guests Josef Reyes (Day Plus Night), Deidre Dyer (No Man’s Land), Alison Branch (Park) and Cath Caldwell (CSM). Liv and Jeremy then pick their ModMagNYC highlights and Jeremy looks back at nineties culture mag Speak. Huge thanks to our friends at Park Communications for their support for the magCulture Podcast. This epsiode was edited by Caroline Whiteley.

43 MINJUN 25
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Episode 11, June 2019, ModMagNYC

Episode 10, May 2019. Adam Moss interviewed.

Jeremy Leslie and Liv Siddall talk magazines, recorded at the magCulture in London and at our New York MagMagMag popup. The episode starts in London; Jeremy and Liv take a look at a selection of recent arrivals including Violet Book, Apartamento, RAID and Subway. Plus we hear from photographer Jenny van Sommers about shooting the latest cover of The Gourmand. We then switch to our MagMagMag pop-up in New York. To open this collaboration with our friends at Vitsoe, we welcomed a series of guests to discuss their magazines with Jeremy. Here, he meets Adam Moss, generally regarded as one of the best magazine editors working today. Moss reflects on his fifteen years as Editor-in-chief of New York magazine, a post he recently left. His views on the role of the editor make compelling listening. Huge thanks to our friends at Park Communications for their support of the magCulture Podcast. Production and editing by Lucy Dearlove.

53 MINMAY 17
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Episode 10, May 2019. Adam Moss interviewed.

Episode 9, April 2019. Buffalo Zine and magazine parodies

Jeremy Leslie and Liv Siddall discuss how magazines parody the format, with a look at the recent ninth issue of Buffalo Zine and its ten parody cover designs. We look back at Joseph Ernst’s wonderful Naked Woman Covered in Glitter, and Words and hear from Claire Milbraith about Editorial Magazine’s new mascot (itself a form of parody). There’s also a look at a bunch of recent arrivals including The South London Review of Hand Dryers, Failed States and Gusher, plus Vince Aletti’s fabulous book of fashion magazine photography ‘Issues’. The magCulture Podcast is supported by Park Communications – thank you! Production and editing by Lucy Dearlove.

37 MINAPR 24
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Episode 9, April 2019. Buffalo Zine and magazine parodies

Episode 8, March 2019. Longevity of magazines

Jeremy Leslie and Liv Siddall discuss the culture of magazines, recorded at the magCulture Shop. In this eighth episode, Jeremy and Liv discuss longevity and magazines, asking how many issues it takes for a magazine to assert its existence and noting the trend for limited publishing programmes; Justinien Tribillon from Migrant Journal explains how they plan to mark the end of their planned six-issue run this summer. They also celebrate the arrival of the latest issues of Interview, The New Yorker, Lindsay and Twin, welcome Dazed Beauty and ponder the return of The Face. For this episode’s Back Issue, founder Tim Hayward looks back at his food journal Fire & Knives. The magCulture Podcast is supported by Park Communications – thank you! Production and editing by Lucy Dearlove.

34 MINMAR 26
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Episode 8, March 2019. Longevity of magazines

Episode 7, February 2019. Magazines, waste and sustainability.

Jeremy Leslie and Liv Siddall discuss the culture of magazines, recorded at the magCulture Shop. In this seventh monthly episode, Jeremy and Liv discuss the paradox of printing a magazine about climate change and the wastage built into the long-standing system of magazine distribution. With contributions from Martha Dillon of It’s Freezing in LA and Rob Orchard from Delayed Gratification and a look at sustainable fashion magazine More or Less. They also celebrate the arrival of the latest issues of The Gentlewoman and American Chordate, the cover of the latest Monocle, and the launch of football x fashion mag Gaffer. This episode’s Back Issue is Found magazine. This episode’s Back Issue is Found magazine. The magCulture Podcast is supported by Park Communications – thank you! Production and editing by Lucy Dearlove.

36 MINFEB 26
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Episode 7, February 2019. Magazines, waste and sustainability.

The magCulture Podcast episode 6, January 2019

Jeremy Leslie and Liv Siddall discuss the culture of magazines, recorded at the magCulture Shop. In this sixth episode, Jeremy and Liv bid farewell to New York magazine editor-in-chief Adam Moss, highlighting the ‘Cosby: The Women’ front cover and the weekly staple ‘Approval Matrix’. They go on to discuss the role of lists in magazines, take a peek at the new Gym Class Magazine and look back at Marmalade magazine. Jeremy meets Eliot Haworth from Fantastic Man to hear about their new collection ‘What Men Wear’. The magCulture Podcast is supported by Park Communications – thank you! Produced by John Webb/The London Podcast Company

50 MINJAN 29
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The magCulture Podcast episode 6, January 2019

MagCulture Podcast episode 5, December 2018

Jeremy Leslie and Liv Siddall discuss the culture of magazines, recorded at the magCulture Shop. In this episode Jeremy and Liv share their magazine highlights of 2018, and we hear from ten guests about their favourite magazine moments of the year: Steven Gregor (Gym Class), Steve Watson (Stack), Kirsten Algera (MacGuffin), Ian Birch (‘Uncovered'), Perrin Drumm (Eye on Design), Fernando Pacheco(Monocle24 The Stack), Indi Davies (Lecture in Progress), Robert Newman (Newmanology), Rod Stanley (Good Trouble) and Richard Turley (Interview, Civilization, Good Trouble). There’s also a look forward to new issues of The Happy Reader and Somesuch Stories as well as new business mag Hacking Finance. And we look back at Manzine. The magCulture Podcast is supported by Park Communications – thank you! Produced by John Webb/The London Podcast Company

32 MIN2018 DEC 13
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MagCulture Podcast episode 5, December 2018

Latest Episodes

Episode 14, September 2019 • The Face • Penny Martin • Marie Claire

Our latest Podcast, recorded at the magCulture Shop in London, is a bumper edition that hangs loosely around the theme of change. The episode opens with Jeremy and Liv flicking through recent new mags, starting with The Face, freshly relaunched after a 15 year hiatus. Can it possibly live up to expectations? The pair also look at this year’s print edition of gal-dem and the exciting new Buffalo Zine, and are joined briefly by Erik from Lyrics As Poetry before heading off down a crazy magazine archeaology rabbit hole with guest Danny No. The ups and downs of the contemporary women’s magazine are reflected in the next two guests: Marie O’Riordan, editor of Marie Claire from 2001-2008, reflects on the demise of the magazine’s print edition. And Penny Martin, editor-in-chief of The Gentlewoman, discusses her magazine’s tenth anniversary. Both highlight the need for character and USP in a magazine. There’s just time for a Back Issue – the first ever edition of Berlin’s 032c, a ve...

52 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Episode 14, September 2019 • The Face • Penny Martin • Marie Claire

Episode 13, August 2019 • Der Greif • Gym Class • Safar • Spy

Jeremy Leslie and Liv Siddall talk magazines, recorded at the magCulture Shop in London. The episode opens with a look at magCulture’s late summer plans, leading into a an overview recent new issues including the first issue of Belissimo and fourth issue of Safar Journal. We also hear from Steven Gregor at Gym Class about the zine-y nature of his new edition and Anna Broujean of Club Sandwich reveals future plans. Jeremy and Liv take a close look at the challenging recent issue of German photo mag Der Greif. The images it contains were deemed so potentially offensive that Stack Magazines offered subscribers an opt-out – Stack’s Steve Watson explain why and how. Our final conversation excerpt from MagMagMag in NYC presents Rob Hewitt (OH-SO) and Caitlin Thompson (Racquet)discuss working with brands. The episode signs off with our latest Back Issue –celebrated eighties NY satirical mag Spy. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Huge thanks to our friends at Park Communications for their support of the magCulture Podcast. The magCulture Podcast is edited by Lucy Dearlove.

46 MINAUG 27
Comments
Episode 13, August 2019 • Der Greif • Gym Class • Safar • Spy

Episode 12, July 2019. Moonlandings, Pin-Up x American Chordata.

Jeremy Leslie and Liv Siddall talk magazines, recorded at the magCulture in London with a dash to Manhattan for some chat from our NY visit. The episode opens with a look back at how The Sunday Times Magazine reported the Apollo 11 moon landings, 50 years ago. Jeremy and Liv discuss this years Stack Awards, which have just been launchec, and then flick through new issues of Club Sandwich, C 41 and student magazine Garment from Amsterdam. We then switch to New York to listen in on part our MagMagMag event at Vitsoe; editors Alison Lewis (American Chordata) and Felix Burrichter(Pin-Up)discuss business and creative issues with Jeremy. We end with news of the magCulture Live (7 November) and a look at the March 1985 issue of The Face and the design of an interview with Andy Warhol. Huge thanks to our friends at Park Communications for their support for the magCulture Podcast. Edited by Lucy Dearlove.

45 MINJUL 30
Comments
Episode 12, July 2019. Moonlandings, Pin-Up x American Chordata.

Episode 11, June 2019, ModMagNYC

Jeremy Leslie and Liv Siddall talk magazines, recorded at the magCulture in London with interviews from our recent New York residency. The episode starts with an overview of new mags, including the Neat Review, Banana and Dazed. Plus the new book about RayGun magazine, from founder Marvin Scott Jarrett. We then switch to New York, where we hear from ModMagNYC speakers Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff (gal-dem), Beth Wilkinson (Lindsay), Ian Birch (‘Uncovered’) and Douglas McGray (California Sunday, Pop-Up Magazine) plus guests Josef Reyes (Day Plus Night), Deidre Dyer (No Man’s Land), Alison Branch (Park) and Cath Caldwell (CSM). Liv and Jeremy then pick their ModMagNYC highlights and Jeremy looks back at nineties culture mag Speak. Huge thanks to our friends at Park Communications for their support for the magCulture Podcast. This epsiode was edited by Caroline Whiteley.

43 MINJUN 25
Comments
Episode 11, June 2019, ModMagNYC

Episode 10, May 2019. Adam Moss interviewed.

Jeremy Leslie and Liv Siddall talk magazines, recorded at the magCulture in London and at our New York MagMagMag popup. The episode starts in London; Jeremy and Liv take a look at a selection of recent arrivals including Violet Book, Apartamento, RAID and Subway. Plus we hear from photographer Jenny van Sommers about shooting the latest cover of The Gourmand. We then switch to our MagMagMag pop-up in New York. To open this collaboration with our friends at Vitsoe, we welcomed a series of guests to discuss their magazines with Jeremy. Here, he meets Adam Moss, generally regarded as one of the best magazine editors working today. Moss reflects on his fifteen years as Editor-in-chief of New York magazine, a post he recently left. His views on the role of the editor make compelling listening. Huge thanks to our friends at Park Communications for their support of the magCulture Podcast. Production and editing by Lucy Dearlove.

53 MINMAY 17
Comments
Episode 10, May 2019. Adam Moss interviewed.

Episode 9, April 2019. Buffalo Zine and magazine parodies

Jeremy Leslie and Liv Siddall discuss how magazines parody the format, with a look at the recent ninth issue of Buffalo Zine and its ten parody cover designs. We look back at Joseph Ernst’s wonderful Naked Woman Covered in Glitter, and Words and hear from Claire Milbraith about Editorial Magazine’s new mascot (itself a form of parody). There’s also a look at a bunch of recent arrivals including The South London Review of Hand Dryers, Failed States and Gusher, plus Vince Aletti’s fabulous book of fashion magazine photography ‘Issues’. The magCulture Podcast is supported by Park Communications – thank you! Production and editing by Lucy Dearlove.

37 MINAPR 24
Comments
Episode 9, April 2019. Buffalo Zine and magazine parodies

Episode 8, March 2019. Longevity of magazines

Jeremy Leslie and Liv Siddall discuss the culture of magazines, recorded at the magCulture Shop. In this eighth episode, Jeremy and Liv discuss longevity and magazines, asking how many issues it takes for a magazine to assert its existence and noting the trend for limited publishing programmes; Justinien Tribillon from Migrant Journal explains how they plan to mark the end of their planned six-issue run this summer. They also celebrate the arrival of the latest issues of Interview, The New Yorker, Lindsay and Twin, welcome Dazed Beauty and ponder the return of The Face. For this episode’s Back Issue, founder Tim Hayward looks back at his food journal Fire & Knives. The magCulture Podcast is supported by Park Communications – thank you! Production and editing by Lucy Dearlove.

34 MINMAR 26
Comments
Episode 8, March 2019. Longevity of magazines

Episode 7, February 2019. Magazines, waste and sustainability.

Jeremy Leslie and Liv Siddall discuss the culture of magazines, recorded at the magCulture Shop. In this seventh monthly episode, Jeremy and Liv discuss the paradox of printing a magazine about climate change and the wastage built into the long-standing system of magazine distribution. With contributions from Martha Dillon of It’s Freezing in LA and Rob Orchard from Delayed Gratification and a look at sustainable fashion magazine More or Less. They also celebrate the arrival of the latest issues of The Gentlewoman and American Chordate, the cover of the latest Monocle, and the launch of football x fashion mag Gaffer. This episode’s Back Issue is Found magazine. This episode’s Back Issue is Found magazine. The magCulture Podcast is supported by Park Communications – thank you! Production and editing by Lucy Dearlove.

36 MINFEB 26
Comments
Episode 7, February 2019. Magazines, waste and sustainability.

The magCulture Podcast episode 6, January 2019

Jeremy Leslie and Liv Siddall discuss the culture of magazines, recorded at the magCulture Shop. In this sixth episode, Jeremy and Liv bid farewell to New York magazine editor-in-chief Adam Moss, highlighting the ‘Cosby: The Women’ front cover and the weekly staple ‘Approval Matrix’. They go on to discuss the role of lists in magazines, take a peek at the new Gym Class Magazine and look back at Marmalade magazine. Jeremy meets Eliot Haworth from Fantastic Man to hear about their new collection ‘What Men Wear’. The magCulture Podcast is supported by Park Communications – thank you! Produced by John Webb/The London Podcast Company

50 MINJAN 29
Comments
The magCulture Podcast episode 6, January 2019

MagCulture Podcast episode 5, December 2018

Jeremy Leslie and Liv Siddall discuss the culture of magazines, recorded at the magCulture Shop. In this episode Jeremy and Liv share their magazine highlights of 2018, and we hear from ten guests about their favourite magazine moments of the year: Steven Gregor (Gym Class), Steve Watson (Stack), Kirsten Algera (MacGuffin), Ian Birch (‘Uncovered'), Perrin Drumm (Eye on Design), Fernando Pacheco(Monocle24 The Stack), Indi Davies (Lecture in Progress), Robert Newman (Newmanology), Rod Stanley (Good Trouble) and Richard Turley (Interview, Civilization, Good Trouble). There’s also a look forward to new issues of The Happy Reader and Somesuch Stories as well as new business mag Hacking Finance. And we look back at Manzine. The magCulture Podcast is supported by Park Communications – thank you! Produced by John Webb/The London Podcast Company

32 MIN2018 DEC 13
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MagCulture Podcast episode 5, December 2018