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Tomorrow Never Knows

Emma Elinor Lundin and Charlotte Lydia Riley

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Emma Elinor Lundin and Charlotte Lydia Riley

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Tomorrow Never Knows is a podcast by historians Charlotte Lydia Riley and Emma Lundin in which we share our thoughts based on what we know, what we've heard, what we've seen and what we've listened to.

Latest Episodes

#25: Mothers, Part II

Charlotte and Emma discuss a new generation of mothers in literature, why you can’t hack your way out of parenthood, and how to shove the pram out of the hallway.

41 MIN2019 AUG 9
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#25: Mothers, Part II

#24: Foreign Policy, Part I

It’s diplomacy versus invasion as Charlotte and Emma discuss empire, negotiations, violence and ‘meddling’ supranational structures. Will a feminist foreign policy ever be enough, and why should Britain be taken seriously? Visit www.tomorrowneverknowspod.com for full footnotes - including links and further reading.

53 MIN2019 JUN 18
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#24: Foreign Policy, Part I

#23: Mothers, Part I - Working Mums

Emma and Charlotte discuss working motherhood, mums at work, and why we really should be able to have it all.

41 MIN2019 JUN 4
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#23: Mothers, Part I - Working Mums

#22: Eugenics - racism, classism, and free milk

When the health of the nation is more important than the individual: Emma and Charlotte discuss the 19th-century pseudo-scientific invention that continues to feed racist thought, ideology and action.

54 MIN2019 MAY 17
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#22: Eugenics - racism, classism, and free milk

#21: The (Second) Christmas Special

Emma and Charlotte get festive by watching The Crown before discussing the problematic humanisation of the royal family, racism and modernisation, dramatic licence and what honour and obedience is really about. Plus: our favourite Reese Witherspoon films.

55 MIN2018 DEC 3
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#21: The (Second) Christmas Special

#20: #MeToo - consent, power and career-ending moments

Consent, power relationships and career-ending moments: Charlotte and Emma discuss the #MeToo movement, testifying as punishment, and how to keep the anger alive.

52 MIN2018 OCT 8
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#20: #MeToo - consent, power and career-ending moments

#19: Elections – Part II

Emma and Charlotte discuss populism and polarisation, how economic precarity and racism aren’t mutually exclusive, and what is happening in Sweden right now. Plus: Charlotte’s guide to the ‘no-go zone’ of Tower Hamlets…

55 MIN2018 SEP 25
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#19: Elections – Part II

#18: Elections – Part I

Charlotte and Emma discuss glass cliffs, ticking the wrong box and how proportional representation is a lot like a bag of pick and mix. Plus: why losing an election could be a good thing.

52 MIN2018 SEP 11
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#18: Elections – Part I

#17 The [Men’s] World Cup Special

It’s Germany-Sweden all over again as Charlotte and Emma discuss women’s place in football, the question of expertise and why Neymar could pay the salaries of 1,693 female players in the top leagues. Plus: What we owe Nettie Honeyball...

54 MIN2018 JUN 29
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#17 The [Men’s] World Cup Special

#16: Windrush, Citizenship, Empire & Migration

Charlotte and Emma discuss national identity, belonging and how the inhumane ‘hostile environment’ created by the British Home Office over the past decade fits into a much longer history of British immigration policy. Plus: British aspirations versus historical realities, and how to lose people on purpose.

51 MIN2018 JUN 19
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#16: Windrush, Citizenship, Empire & Migration

Latest Episodes

#25: Mothers, Part II

Charlotte and Emma discuss a new generation of mothers in literature, why you can’t hack your way out of parenthood, and how to shove the pram out of the hallway.

41 MIN2019 AUG 9
Comments
#25: Mothers, Part II

#24: Foreign Policy, Part I

It’s diplomacy versus invasion as Charlotte and Emma discuss empire, negotiations, violence and ‘meddling’ supranational structures. Will a feminist foreign policy ever be enough, and why should Britain be taken seriously? Visit www.tomorrowneverknowspod.com for full footnotes - including links and further reading.

53 MIN2019 JUN 18
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#24: Foreign Policy, Part I

#23: Mothers, Part I - Working Mums

Emma and Charlotte discuss working motherhood, mums at work, and why we really should be able to have it all.

41 MIN2019 JUN 4
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#23: Mothers, Part I - Working Mums

#22: Eugenics - racism, classism, and free milk

When the health of the nation is more important than the individual: Emma and Charlotte discuss the 19th-century pseudo-scientific invention that continues to feed racist thought, ideology and action.

54 MIN2019 MAY 17
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#22: Eugenics - racism, classism, and free milk

#21: The (Second) Christmas Special

Emma and Charlotte get festive by watching The Crown before discussing the problematic humanisation of the royal family, racism and modernisation, dramatic licence and what honour and obedience is really about. Plus: our favourite Reese Witherspoon films.

55 MIN2018 DEC 3
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#21: The (Second) Christmas Special

#20: #MeToo - consent, power and career-ending moments

Consent, power relationships and career-ending moments: Charlotte and Emma discuss the #MeToo movement, testifying as punishment, and how to keep the anger alive.

52 MIN2018 OCT 8
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#20: #MeToo - consent, power and career-ending moments

#19: Elections – Part II

Emma and Charlotte discuss populism and polarisation, how economic precarity and racism aren’t mutually exclusive, and what is happening in Sweden right now. Plus: Charlotte’s guide to the ‘no-go zone’ of Tower Hamlets…

55 MIN2018 SEP 25
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#19: Elections – Part II

#18: Elections – Part I

Charlotte and Emma discuss glass cliffs, ticking the wrong box and how proportional representation is a lot like a bag of pick and mix. Plus: why losing an election could be a good thing.

52 MIN2018 SEP 11
Comments
#18: Elections – Part I

#17 The [Men’s] World Cup Special

It’s Germany-Sweden all over again as Charlotte and Emma discuss women’s place in football, the question of expertise and why Neymar could pay the salaries of 1,693 female players in the top leagues. Plus: What we owe Nettie Honeyball...

54 MIN2018 JUN 29
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#17 The [Men’s] World Cup Special

#16: Windrush, Citizenship, Empire & Migration

Charlotte and Emma discuss national identity, belonging and how the inhumane ‘hostile environment’ created by the British Home Office over the past decade fits into a much longer history of British immigration policy. Plus: British aspirations versus historical realities, and how to lose people on purpose.

51 MIN2018 JUN 19
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#16: Windrush, Citizenship, Empire & Migration
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