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Pandora Sykes and Dolly Alderton

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The High Low

The High Low

Pandora Sykes and Dolly Alderton

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A weekly conversation between writers Dolly Alderton and Pandora Sykes, that covers highbrow and lowbrow culture.

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Pandemic friendships, and how to mend a broken heart

EThis year has seen even our closest friendships turn into long-distance ones; what is theimpact - and the thought spirals - of your A-list friends becoming peripheral specksin your vision? We discuss, with a funny and thought-provoking piece by Katie Heaney for The Cut. Also today, we natter about how to mend a broken heart, and the evolving nature of romantic relationships, with a special reading from the author Nick Hornby. E-mailthehighlowshow@gmail.com Tweet@thehighlowshow Shopthehighlowshop.comwith 100% profits going to charity (50% Black Minds Matter, 50% Freedom Charity) Links Are All My Friends Mad At Me? By Katie Heaney, for The Cuthttps://www.thecut.com/2020/09/are-all-my-friends-mad-at-me.html High Fidelity, by Nick Hornby Schitt's Creek, on Netflix Guys We Fucked - Heartbreak Is Universal? with Guy Winch https://luminary.link/8lCmg8hebab The Psychology of Friendship, by Mahzad Hojjit Us, on BBC iPlayer Safe Spaces for Black Women, created by Leyla Husseinhttps://gf.me/u/y2khxi Dawn French's Desert Island Discs, 2012 on Radio 4https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01pf6dx The Wife, by Meg Wolitzer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

54 min1 d ago
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Pandemic friendships, and how to mend a broken heart

A Plunge Into The Body Politics and Choice Feminism of An Instagram Age

EDoll's Polls is back, with a strange fact about what heterosexual womenmostlook for, in a man. A handsome face? A tight tush? Nope --quite frankly, you'll never guess.We also discuss a beautiful ode from a coupled-up woman to her single friends, Matt Haig's new book about finding hope in the lives you could have lived, and a couple of our favourite comedy shows by women. And - deep breath - we dive into the issues raised by a personalessay penned by the model and actor Emily Ratajkowski, that blew up certain parts of the internet this week, about who owns a public image. We address women's bodies and the ethics of sharing in the age of Instagram, with a side order of choice feminism. You can share your thoughts withus via e-mail -- we're sure you'll havea few. E-mailthehighlowshow@gmail.com Tweet @thehighlowshow Shopthehighlowshop.com- 100% of profits go to charity, currentlyBlack Minds Matter and Freedom charity Links Emily Ratajkowski on reclaiming her own image, for New York maga...

65 min1 w ago
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A Plunge Into The Body Politics and Choice Feminism of An Instagram Age

The Joy of A Buffet, Zadie Smith's Lockdown Essays & Ofcom's Diversity Problem

EIn today's episode we discuss news of the telly: decade-defining reality show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, is ending after 20 seasons; US soap The Bold & The Beautiful are using dummies in their snogging scenes; and most depressingly and shamefully, Ofcom have received 22,000 (15,600 at the time of record) complaints over dance troupe Diversity's moving dance rendition of George Floyd's death onBritain's Got Talent. Also today, we discuss the joy of a buffet (with an excerpt from new book In The Kitchen read by Joel Golby), the world's first ever A.I. model agency and the emergence of lockdown literature, featuring Zadie Smith's booklet of essays, Intimations. E-mail usthehighlowshow@gmail.com Tweet us @thehighlowshow Shopthehighlowshop.com- 100% of profits go to charity: Black Minds Matter and Freedom Charity Links Intimations by Zadie Smith Zadie Smith on Adam Buxton podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/ep-130-zadie-smith/id1040481893?i=1000487206444?i=1000487206444 ...

56 min2 w ago
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The Joy of A Buffet, Zadie Smith's Lockdown Essays & Ofcom's Diversity Problem

Revising Our Thoughts on Gwyneth Paltrow, Dettol's Dubious 'Back To Work' Ads & The Best of Garage (Sort Of)

EWe reminisceover garage music (without being entirely sure what officially defines a garage track), discuss the dicey new Dettol ad that's got everyone's knickers in a twist and why we both felt ashamed when we read Gwyneth Paltrow's recent piece about the trauma of her 'conscious uncoupling', ten years ago. Plus, the sensitive and moving BBC drama about a life never lived, Anthony; a brilliant pocket-sized book on race by Ijeoma Oluo; and Dolly's favourite show, Circus of Books, about a famous gay pornography and bookshop of the 1980s. Oh! And Dolly's solved the mystery of Francesco - her long-term house ghost. You're welcome. E-mailthehighlowshow@gmail.com Tweet @thehighlowshow Shopthehighlowshop.com- 100% of profits go to charity (50% to Black Minds Matter, 50% to Freedom Charity) Links Gwyneth Paltrow on her experience of conscious uncouplinghttps://www.vogue.co.uk/arts-and-lifestyle/article/gwyneth-paltrow-conscious-uncoupling Circus of Books, on Netflix So You Want To Talk Abo...

60 min3 w ago
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Revising Our Thoughts on Gwyneth Paltrow, Dettol's Dubious 'Back To Work' Ads & The Best of Garage (Sort Of)

Selling Sunset, Gendered Care Work & How Often Do YOU Clear Out Your Pants Drawer?

EWe back! And it's the old mixed bag of content: from grubby gussets to bathroom-heavy mansions in WeHo, via a revisitation of our noughties book shelves. Links below, you know what to do. Shopthehighlowshow@gmail.com Tweet @thehighlowshow Shopthehighlowshop.com- 100% profits go to charity (Freedom Charity and Black Minds Matter) Links Watching/ listening Mrs America on Netflix Selling Sunset on Netflix Shagged Married Annoyed on all podcastapps Jim Nicholson on Fresh Airhttps://www.npr.org/2019/03/01/698908276/fresh-air-remembers-philadelphia-daily-news-obituary-writer-jim-nicholson?t=1598993655688 Reading The Confession by Jessie Burton Dominicana by Angie Cruz Lost To The Virus, a series for The Guardianby Sirin Kale 26a by Diana Evans Two Lives by Vikram Seth 'Heirlooms' a short story by Bryan Washington for The New Yorker More Than A Woman by Caitlin Moran High Fidelity by Nick Hornby How to Live On 24 Hours a Day by Arnold Bennett See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

80 minSEP 2
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Selling Sunset, Gendered Care Work & How Often Do YOU Clear Out Your Pants Drawer?

Wiley’s Anti-Semitism, Kiley Reid’s Such A Fun Age & An Author Special w/ Nesrine Malik

It’s our last episode of the season - and boy, do we have a bumper episode for you. In this week’s show we discuss what Twitter’s failure to suspend Wiley says about our failure to combat anti-semitism (and what you can do to help), the graphic and glorious podcast of the year, Brown Girls Do It Too, Kiley Reid’s incisive and compulsively readable novel Such A Fun Age and an author special with the inspiring and thought-provoking columnist and author of We Need New Stories, Nesrine Malik about why we must resist cultural myths. Plus, some newsletters to subscribe to right now, and an Ask The High Low question about dating after cancer. We’ll be back in early September! E-mail:thehighlowshow@gmail.com(but please do note the inbox will be unmanned for August) Tweet: @thehighlowshow Shop:thehighlowshop.comwhere 100% proceeds go to charity - 50% to Black Minds Matter and 50% to Freedom Charity Links Following/ signing @geraldstratfor3 on Twitter Sign the petition for Wiley to have ...

81 minJUL 29
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Wiley’s Anti-Semitism, Kiley Reid’s Such A Fun Age & An Author Special w/ Nesrine Malik

Lockdown Sexscapades & Friendship in Old Age

EWe dig further into the cultural conversation around parenting, courtesyof masses of feedback from our listeners on last week's ep and a thoughtful piece on same-sex parenting. Also today: Taffy Brodesser-Akner's short story, Dolly's favourite new dating columnist, a novel that delves into the foibles as much as the grand themes of old age, and why people are happier by the sea. And we introduce our new charitable outlets for The High Low shop. E-mailthehighlowshow@gmail.com Tweet@thehighlowshow Shop atthehighlowshop.com- 100% of profits go to charity (50% to Black Minds Matter, 50% to The Orchid Project.) Links The Weekend, by Charlotte Wood A Curious Career by Lynn Barber Taffy Brodesser Akner's short story https://www.thecut.com/2020/07/fleishman-is-in-lockdown-a-story-by-taffy-brodesser-akner.html Annie Lorde's dating column for Vogue https://www.vogue.co.uk/arts-and-lifestyle/article/sexting What adopting as a same-sex couple taught us, by Ben Fergusson for The Guardianhttps://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2020/jul/18/mums-day-off-is-it-what-adopting-as-a-same-sex-couple-taught-us orchidproject.org blackmindsmatteruk.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

55 minJUL 22
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Lockdown Sexscapades & Friendship in Old Age

A Deep Dive Into The Child-Free Vs Motherhood Dialogue

EToday we discuss how motherhood and child-free women are culturally discussed and pitted against one another, referencing podcasts, a journalistic series and Emma Gannon's new novel, Olive, along the way. We also answer an Ask The High Low from a woman whose partner wants children, but she's worried about how pregnancy, birth and motherhood may affect her mental health. Also today, we talk about a candid interview with Thandie Newton, where the actor reflects on a 30 year career often rife with micro-aggressions and misogyny, Nick Hornby's new novel and recommend two social and mentorship networks: City Girl Network and The Black Agents and Editors Group, for people of African descent working in publishing or media. E-mailthehighlowshow@gmail.com Tweet @thehighlowshow Shopthehighlowshop.com- 100% of profits go to charity, 50% to Show Racism The Red Card and 50% to Women's Aid Links https://www.goclimate.com Reading Olive by Emma Gannon Just Like You by Nick Hornby Thandie Newton int...

58 minJUL 15
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A Deep Dive Into The Child-Free Vs Motherhood Dialogue

On Why We Shouldn't Look For Relatability in Celebs & An Interview with Adam Kay about Dear NHS

EThe pubs have opened; but why is the beauty sector still in lockdown? Also today, we discuss the slew of videos of children interrupting their parents during a pandemic, a new book about love and loneliness in 1950s suburbia, and a deep-dive into Nora Ephron. And Dolly interviews the brilliant former doctor, comic and writer, Adam Kay, about a new book he has edited, Dear NHS: 100 Stories To Say Thank You. E-mailthehighlowshow@gmail.com Tweet @thehighlowshow Shopthehighlowshop.com- 100% profits go to charity (50% to Show Racism The Red Card, 50% to Women's Aid) Links Small Pleasures, by Clare Chambers, out now The Old Man, by Roger Angelhttps://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/02/17/old-man-3 Everything Is Copy, on NOW TV via Sky Documentaries Dear NHS: A Collection of 100 Stories To Say Thank You, edited by Adam Kay - out 9th July See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

62 minJUL 8
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On Why We Shouldn't Look For Relatability in Celebs & An Interview with Adam Kay about Dear NHS

The Glastonbury That Never Was; & Ruby Tandoh on The Art of Quitting

EWishing you were at Glastonbury? Get stuck into Zing Tseng's piece, instead. Ruby Tandoh reads us an excerpt of her beautiful piece on quitting, and we discuss why quitting is not just a physicalact - but a state of mind. Also today: a Doll's Polls on first date turn-offs (verdict: most of them are unavoidable), a hilarious analysis by Diyora Shadijanova of what Gen Z'ers really think about millennials (verdict: old and boring), plus a great primer on white privilegeby Robin DiAngelo and Channel 4's documentary, The School That Tried To End Racism. E-mailthehighlowshow@gmail.com Tweet @thehighlowshow Shopthehighlowshop.com- 100% profits go to charity (50% Show Racism The Red Card, 50% Women's Aid) Links Zing Tseng on festivals for Vicehttps://www.vice.com/amp/en_uk/article/4ayagj/what-i-miss-festivals-glastonbury Ruby Tandoh on the art of quitting for WePresenthttps://wepresent.wetransfer.com/story/work-sucks-i-know-ruby-tandoh/ Eat Up, by Ruby Tandoh What Gen Z'ers think about mill...

58 minJUL 1
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The Glastonbury That Never Was; & Ruby Tandoh on The Art of Quitting

Latest Episodes

Pandemic friendships, and how to mend a broken heart

EThis year has seen even our closest friendships turn into long-distance ones; what is theimpact - and the thought spirals - of your A-list friends becoming peripheral specksin your vision? We discuss, with a funny and thought-provoking piece by Katie Heaney for The Cut. Also today, we natter about how to mend a broken heart, and the evolving nature of romantic relationships, with a special reading from the author Nick Hornby. E-mailthehighlowshow@gmail.com Tweet@thehighlowshow Shopthehighlowshop.comwith 100% profits going to charity (50% Black Minds Matter, 50% Freedom Charity) Links Are All My Friends Mad At Me? By Katie Heaney, for The Cuthttps://www.thecut.com/2020/09/are-all-my-friends-mad-at-me.html High Fidelity, by Nick Hornby Schitt's Creek, on Netflix Guys We Fucked - Heartbreak Is Universal? with Guy Winch https://luminary.link/8lCmg8hebab The Psychology of Friendship, by Mahzad Hojjit Us, on BBC iPlayer Safe Spaces for Black Women, created by Leyla Husseinhttps://gf.me/u/y2khxi Dawn French's Desert Island Discs, 2012 on Radio 4https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01pf6dx The Wife, by Meg Wolitzer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

54 min1 d ago
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Pandemic friendships, and how to mend a broken heart

A Plunge Into The Body Politics and Choice Feminism of An Instagram Age

EDoll's Polls is back, with a strange fact about what heterosexual womenmostlook for, in a man. A handsome face? A tight tush? Nope --quite frankly, you'll never guess.We also discuss a beautiful ode from a coupled-up woman to her single friends, Matt Haig's new book about finding hope in the lives you could have lived, and a couple of our favourite comedy shows by women. And - deep breath - we dive into the issues raised by a personalessay penned by the model and actor Emily Ratajkowski, that blew up certain parts of the internet this week, about who owns a public image. We address women's bodies and the ethics of sharing in the age of Instagram, with a side order of choice feminism. You can share your thoughts withus via e-mail -- we're sure you'll havea few. E-mailthehighlowshow@gmail.com Tweet @thehighlowshow Shopthehighlowshop.com- 100% of profits go to charity, currentlyBlack Minds Matter and Freedom charity Links Emily Ratajkowski on reclaiming her own image, for New York maga...

65 min1 w ago
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A Plunge Into The Body Politics and Choice Feminism of An Instagram Age

The Joy of A Buffet, Zadie Smith's Lockdown Essays & Ofcom's Diversity Problem

EIn today's episode we discuss news of the telly: decade-defining reality show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, is ending after 20 seasons; US soap The Bold & The Beautiful are using dummies in their snogging scenes; and most depressingly and shamefully, Ofcom have received 22,000 (15,600 at the time of record) complaints over dance troupe Diversity's moving dance rendition of George Floyd's death onBritain's Got Talent. Also today, we discuss the joy of a buffet (with an excerpt from new book In The Kitchen read by Joel Golby), the world's first ever A.I. model agency and the emergence of lockdown literature, featuring Zadie Smith's booklet of essays, Intimations. E-mail usthehighlowshow@gmail.com Tweet us @thehighlowshow Shopthehighlowshop.com- 100% of profits go to charity: Black Minds Matter and Freedom Charity Links Intimations by Zadie Smith Zadie Smith on Adam Buxton podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/ep-130-zadie-smith/id1040481893?i=1000487206444?i=1000487206444 ...

56 min2 w ago
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The Joy of A Buffet, Zadie Smith's Lockdown Essays & Ofcom's Diversity Problem

Revising Our Thoughts on Gwyneth Paltrow, Dettol's Dubious 'Back To Work' Ads & The Best of Garage (Sort Of)

EWe reminisceover garage music (without being entirely sure what officially defines a garage track), discuss the dicey new Dettol ad that's got everyone's knickers in a twist and why we both felt ashamed when we read Gwyneth Paltrow's recent piece about the trauma of her 'conscious uncoupling', ten years ago. Plus, the sensitive and moving BBC drama about a life never lived, Anthony; a brilliant pocket-sized book on race by Ijeoma Oluo; and Dolly's favourite show, Circus of Books, about a famous gay pornography and bookshop of the 1980s. Oh! And Dolly's solved the mystery of Francesco - her long-term house ghost. You're welcome. E-mailthehighlowshow@gmail.com Tweet @thehighlowshow Shopthehighlowshop.com- 100% of profits go to charity (50% to Black Minds Matter, 50% to Freedom Charity) Links Gwyneth Paltrow on her experience of conscious uncouplinghttps://www.vogue.co.uk/arts-and-lifestyle/article/gwyneth-paltrow-conscious-uncoupling Circus of Books, on Netflix So You Want To Talk Abo...

60 min3 w ago
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Revising Our Thoughts on Gwyneth Paltrow, Dettol's Dubious 'Back To Work' Ads & The Best of Garage (Sort Of)

Selling Sunset, Gendered Care Work & How Often Do YOU Clear Out Your Pants Drawer?

EWe back! And it's the old mixed bag of content: from grubby gussets to bathroom-heavy mansions in WeHo, via a revisitation of our noughties book shelves. Links below, you know what to do. Shopthehighlowshow@gmail.com Tweet @thehighlowshow Shopthehighlowshop.com- 100% profits go to charity (Freedom Charity and Black Minds Matter) Links Watching/ listening Mrs America on Netflix Selling Sunset on Netflix Shagged Married Annoyed on all podcastapps Jim Nicholson on Fresh Airhttps://www.npr.org/2019/03/01/698908276/fresh-air-remembers-philadelphia-daily-news-obituary-writer-jim-nicholson?t=1598993655688 Reading The Confession by Jessie Burton Dominicana by Angie Cruz Lost To The Virus, a series for The Guardianby Sirin Kale 26a by Diana Evans Two Lives by Vikram Seth 'Heirlooms' a short story by Bryan Washington for The New Yorker More Than A Woman by Caitlin Moran High Fidelity by Nick Hornby How to Live On 24 Hours a Day by Arnold Bennett See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

80 minSEP 2
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Selling Sunset, Gendered Care Work & How Often Do YOU Clear Out Your Pants Drawer?

Wiley’s Anti-Semitism, Kiley Reid’s Such A Fun Age & An Author Special w/ Nesrine Malik

It’s our last episode of the season - and boy, do we have a bumper episode for you. In this week’s show we discuss what Twitter’s failure to suspend Wiley says about our failure to combat anti-semitism (and what you can do to help), the graphic and glorious podcast of the year, Brown Girls Do It Too, Kiley Reid’s incisive and compulsively readable novel Such A Fun Age and an author special with the inspiring and thought-provoking columnist and author of We Need New Stories, Nesrine Malik about why we must resist cultural myths. Plus, some newsletters to subscribe to right now, and an Ask The High Low question about dating after cancer. We’ll be back in early September! E-mail:thehighlowshow@gmail.com(but please do note the inbox will be unmanned for August) Tweet: @thehighlowshow Shop:thehighlowshop.comwhere 100% proceeds go to charity - 50% to Black Minds Matter and 50% to Freedom Charity Links Following/ signing @geraldstratfor3 on Twitter Sign the petition for Wiley to have ...

81 minJUL 29
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Wiley’s Anti-Semitism, Kiley Reid’s Such A Fun Age & An Author Special w/ Nesrine Malik

Lockdown Sexscapades & Friendship in Old Age

EWe dig further into the cultural conversation around parenting, courtesyof masses of feedback from our listeners on last week's ep and a thoughtful piece on same-sex parenting. Also today: Taffy Brodesser-Akner's short story, Dolly's favourite new dating columnist, a novel that delves into the foibles as much as the grand themes of old age, and why people are happier by the sea. And we introduce our new charitable outlets for The High Low shop. E-mailthehighlowshow@gmail.com Tweet@thehighlowshow Shop atthehighlowshop.com- 100% of profits go to charity (50% to Black Minds Matter, 50% to The Orchid Project.) Links The Weekend, by Charlotte Wood A Curious Career by Lynn Barber Taffy Brodesser Akner's short story https://www.thecut.com/2020/07/fleishman-is-in-lockdown-a-story-by-taffy-brodesser-akner.html Annie Lorde's dating column for Vogue https://www.vogue.co.uk/arts-and-lifestyle/article/sexting What adopting as a same-sex couple taught us, by Ben Fergusson for The Guardianhttps://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2020/jul/18/mums-day-off-is-it-what-adopting-as-a-same-sex-couple-taught-us orchidproject.org blackmindsmatteruk.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

55 minJUL 22
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Lockdown Sexscapades & Friendship in Old Age

A Deep Dive Into The Child-Free Vs Motherhood Dialogue

EToday we discuss how motherhood and child-free women are culturally discussed and pitted against one another, referencing podcasts, a journalistic series and Emma Gannon's new novel, Olive, along the way. We also answer an Ask The High Low from a woman whose partner wants children, but she's worried about how pregnancy, birth and motherhood may affect her mental health. Also today, we talk about a candid interview with Thandie Newton, where the actor reflects on a 30 year career often rife with micro-aggressions and misogyny, Nick Hornby's new novel and recommend two social and mentorship networks: City Girl Network and The Black Agents and Editors Group, for people of African descent working in publishing or media. E-mailthehighlowshow@gmail.com Tweet @thehighlowshow Shopthehighlowshop.com- 100% of profits go to charity, 50% to Show Racism The Red Card and 50% to Women's Aid Links https://www.goclimate.com Reading Olive by Emma Gannon Just Like You by Nick Hornby Thandie Newton int...

58 minJUL 15
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A Deep Dive Into The Child-Free Vs Motherhood Dialogue

On Why We Shouldn't Look For Relatability in Celebs & An Interview with Adam Kay about Dear NHS

EThe pubs have opened; but why is the beauty sector still in lockdown? Also today, we discuss the slew of videos of children interrupting their parents during a pandemic, a new book about love and loneliness in 1950s suburbia, and a deep-dive into Nora Ephron. And Dolly interviews the brilliant former doctor, comic and writer, Adam Kay, about a new book he has edited, Dear NHS: 100 Stories To Say Thank You. E-mailthehighlowshow@gmail.com Tweet @thehighlowshow Shopthehighlowshop.com- 100% profits go to charity (50% to Show Racism The Red Card, 50% to Women's Aid) Links Small Pleasures, by Clare Chambers, out now The Old Man, by Roger Angelhttps://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/02/17/old-man-3 Everything Is Copy, on NOW TV via Sky Documentaries Dear NHS: A Collection of 100 Stories To Say Thank You, edited by Adam Kay - out 9th July See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

62 minJUL 8
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On Why We Shouldn't Look For Relatability in Celebs & An Interview with Adam Kay about Dear NHS

The Glastonbury That Never Was; & Ruby Tandoh on The Art of Quitting

EWishing you were at Glastonbury? Get stuck into Zing Tseng's piece, instead. Ruby Tandoh reads us an excerpt of her beautiful piece on quitting, and we discuss why quitting is not just a physicalact - but a state of mind. Also today: a Doll's Polls on first date turn-offs (verdict: most of them are unavoidable), a hilarious analysis by Diyora Shadijanova of what Gen Z'ers really think about millennials (verdict: old and boring), plus a great primer on white privilegeby Robin DiAngelo and Channel 4's documentary, The School That Tried To End Racism. E-mailthehighlowshow@gmail.com Tweet @thehighlowshow Shopthehighlowshop.com- 100% profits go to charity (50% Show Racism The Red Card, 50% Women's Aid) Links Zing Tseng on festivals for Vicehttps://www.vice.com/amp/en_uk/article/4ayagj/what-i-miss-festivals-glastonbury Ruby Tandoh on the art of quitting for WePresenthttps://wepresent.wetransfer.com/story/work-sucks-i-know-ruby-tandoh/ Eat Up, by Ruby Tandoh What Gen Z'ers think about mill...

58 minJUL 1
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The Glastonbury That Never Was; & Ruby Tandoh on The Art of Quitting

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