Off the Record is the place for all things culture news and deep dives - from country music to the latest thrillers. The network comprises of two podcasts - Off the Record (our country music podcast) and Off the Rails (our culture podcast).
Episode #9: The Book Was Better?
Imogen and Madeline are back with another episode of Off the Rails - this time to break down their thoughts on the perennial debate, which was better, the book or the movie? They discuss the upcoming Daisy Jones and the Six movie, their thoughts on The Goldfinch adaptation and why they think the world is owed a movie adaptation of The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo.
Episode #8: An Author Special with Lizzy Dent and A Deep Dive into Asian-American Culture
Imogen and Madeline are back, this week chatting with author Lizzy Dent about her novel 'The Summer Job' out this Thursday.
Pick up a copy of The Summer Job here in the UK from the 15th April.
They also dive into how to support Asian Americans amongst the wave of hate crimes occurring and what literature they've been loving this week.
Off the Rails #7: Our Most Underrated Books, TV Shows and more
Imogen and Madeline are back to break down their most underrated books and TV shows, following last week's episode on their most overrated choices.
Off the Rails #6: Our Most Overrated Books, TV Shows and more
Imogen and Madeline return to break down their most controversial opinions, including which books and TV shows they think are most overrated and what they've been reading and listening to this week.
Episode #136: Ryan Hurd
Ryan Hurd is one of Nashville's most prolific songwriters, co-writing mammoth hits including 'What If I Never Get Over You,' 'Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset' and 'Lonely Tonight.' An incredibly unique artist in his own right, Hurd has experienced huge success over the past few years, with the release of his Platonic - EP and now a new single with his wife Maren Morris. Here, we chat to Ryan about the new single, the past year and his favourite C2C memories.
Off the Rails #5: Our Favourite Feminist Reads
Imogen and Madeline are back to break down their previous week's reading and listening, and their favourite feminist reads that have changed their perspective on the world over the past few years.