21 episodes

See Also is a weekly dispatch where hosts Kate Jinx and Brodie Lancaster connect the dots of pop culture. Each episode is filled with Further Reading wormholes and matching recommendations to Add To Cart, or at least Open in New Tab.


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    • Arts
    • 5.0 • 41 Ratings

See Also is a weekly dispatch where hosts Kate Jinx and Brodie Lancaster connect the dots of pop culture. Each episode is filled with Further Reading wormholes and matching recommendations to Add To Cart, or at least Open in New Tab.


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    Episode 20: This Is My Life (Toy Poodle Episode)

    Episode 20: This Is My Life (Toy Poodle Episode)

    See Also is a weekly dispatch that connects the dots of pop culture.
    This week, Kate and Brodie are talking about The Girls™️: Nora, Meg, Samantha and Gabby. It's our first Toy Poodle Episode (you'll see why) and it's all about Nora Ephron's 1992 directorial debut, This is My Life. There might not be Also Alsos this week, but don't worry, there's still plenty of further reading and ideas to Add To Cart – or at least Open in New Tab.
    Starring Julie "literal Marge Simpson" Kavner as hopeful stand-up comic Dottie Ingils, and Samantha Mathis and Gabby Hoffman as her daughters Erica and Opel, This is My Life is about everything that matters: mums! daughters! sisters! ambition! Carrie Fisher!
    Co-written by Nora and her sister Delia, the film was adapted from Meg Wolitzer's novel This is Your Life. As a special treat for us and you, Meg was kind enough to write in to See Also with her memories of having her book adapted by Nora.
    See Alsos
    Samantha Mathis on River Phoenix and her career revivalThe Chelsea Hotel Had Its Own EloiseSeeing Nora EverywhereGirl Talk: Lena Dunham on Her Brooklyn Movie SeriesSam Cohn's obituaryOne of Jinxy's "everything is material" momentsMeg Wolitzer on What Happens When a Book’s Character Comes to Life
    Watch Also
    HacksMuppets Take ManhattanThe Hairy Bird (aka Strike! aka All I Wanna Do)The WifeEverything is CopyPump up The VolumeThe Thing Called LoveC'mon C'mon
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    • 40 min
    Episode 19: Corporate Coven

    Episode 19: Corporate Coven

    See Also is a weekly dispatch that connects the dots of pop culture, with plenty of further reading and ideas to Add To Cart – or at least Open in New Tab.
    This week, Kate and Brodie are having fun with late-stage capitalism. Someone's gotta do it!! We talk about two new comedies that tackle wealth, class and contemporary America: Killing It (on Stan in Australia) and Loot (Apple TV+). We also debrief on the recent profile on Audrey Gelman in Vanity Fair.
    See Alsos
    Emma Corrin profile in Vogue“I’ve Seen the Future and I’m Not Going: The Art Scene and Downtown New York in the 1980s" by Peter McGoughSee Also for that: this T Magazine profile on Peter McGough Dennis Severs' House in LondonWatch Sarah's Channel on ABC iViewThis profile on Loot's costume designer Kirston Leigh Mann
    Also Alsos
    READ & COOK ALSO: Valerie Stivers' 'Eat Your Words' column in the Paris Review
    COOK ALSO: Khanh Ong's Bo Ne recipe
    WATCH ALSO (Aus): The Passengers of the Night – watch it on MIFF Play from August 12-28
    READ ALSO (Article): It’s Time to Stop Living the American Scam by Tim Kreider
    WATCH ALSO (UK): The Newsreader is now on BBC 2 & BBC iPlayer player in the UK
    READ ALSO (Book): Little Weirds by Jenny Slate – buy tickets to see BL's event with her at Melbourne Writers Festival here
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    • 58 min
    Episode 18: Be My Mint Sorbet

    Episode 18: Be My Mint Sorbet

    See Also is a weekly dispatch that connects the dots of pop culture, with plenty of further reading and ideas to Add To Cart – or at least Open in New Tab.
    This week, Kate and Brodie are opening the door to a world of architectural excess, decor nightmares and the interiors we go positively gaga for. Also: Alsos!
    See Alsos
    BL's article on nightmare celebrity interiors on The FaceThat piece on the fake booksFrom Grandmillennial to CluttercoreThat piece on The Cut about Millennial Interiors… which led us to Gen Z's "revolt against millennial minimalism"Emily Gould's apartment huntPaige Wassel on YouTubeEvil People in Modernist Homes in Popular FilmsSee visuals of the homes we're chatting about on our Instagram :)
    DONATE ALSO: Pay the Rent
    ANTICIPATORY WATCH ALSO: Angel Olsen live stream from the Theatricum Botanicum in Topanga Canyon
    READ & FOLLOW ALSO: Read Susan Orlean's profile on Steve Greig in The New Yorker + follow him @wolfgang2242 on Instagram
    LISTEN ALSO: Michael Showalter on HBO Max Movie Club podcast
    LISTEN ALSO: Jackie Shane 'Any Other Way'
    FLOSS ALSO: Dr Tung's Smart Floss
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    • 1 hr 8 min
    Episode 17: Letting Everything In Again

    Episode 17: Letting Everything In Again

    See Also is a weekly dispatch that connects the dots of pop culture, with plenty of further reading and ideas to Add To Cart – or at least Open in New Tab.
    This week, Kate and Brodie are having such a nice time. Or maybe a manic episode? They chat about packing light and deleting Twitter, before discussing Isobel Beech's new novel, Sunbathing. Then, Jinxy gives us her standouts and suggestions from MIFF – tickets for which are on sale now!
    Also: Alsos!
    See Alsos
    Like Inflation by Kyle ChaykaBuy a copy of SunbathingRead Issy's piece on grief in the GuardianMother & I by Ianto WareRead an excerpt of The Cost of Living by Deborah Levy on The Cut
    To see Kate's picks from the MIFF program, head to @seealsopodcast on Instagram. You can request a personalised recommendation from @katejinx.
    MIFF is in cinemas 4–21 August. If you're elsewhere in Australia, you can watch select films online via MIFF Play from 11–28 August.
    Also Alsos
    COOK ALSO: Smitten Kitchen black pepper tofu and eggplant
    LISTEN ALSO: Sharon Van Etten's We've Been Going About This All Wrong
    ORGANISE ALSO / SLEEP ALSO: replace your pillows, or at least follow Jolie Kerr's advice
    TREAT ALSO: Dog Crumble from Dog By Dr Lisa
    DIP ALSO: Pilpel Chilli Lemon Hummous
    POD ALSO: Ep 363 of How Long Gone podcast, feat. John Early
    + A See Also about that last Also Also: We Pay Attention to What Podcast Host Jason Stewart Is Roasting
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    • 1 hr 12 min
    Episode 16: Decadent Little Baby

    Episode 16: Decadent Little Baby

    See Also is a weekly dispatch that connects the dots of pop culture, with plenty of further reading and ideas to Add To Cart – or at least Open in New Tab.
    This week, Kate and Brodie dish up a buffet of recent TV recommendations, including I Love That For You, Queer as Folk, Only Murders in the Building and Stranger Things. They draw essential links to the satanic panic and The Dead Don't Die – which unfortunately means you're subjected to another frenzied update from Austin Butler's oeuvre. Lean into it.
    Also: Alsos!
    See Alsos
    After watching Stranger Things, dive into Hail Satan? (on Stan & DocPlay), West of Memphis and Pia Borg's Demonic, then that NYTimes story on Chloe Sevigny's sculpture by Damien Echols.After watching Only Murders in the Building, return to The Dead Don't Die.Austin Butler on the River Cafe Table 4 podcast
    Also Alsos
    LISTEN ALSO: Noisli
    WATCH ALSO: Would it Kill You to Laugh?
    RELAX ALSO: Sense of Self
    ORGANISE ALSO: Get Sorted
    EAT ALSO: Morning Market tahini granola
    READ ALSO: This Time Tomorrow
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    • 57 min
    Episode 15: That's The Patriarchy, Babes

    Episode 15: That's The Patriarchy, Babes

    See Also is a weekly dispatch that connects the dots of pop culture, with plenty of further reading and ideas to Add To Cart – or at least Open in New Tab.
    This week, Kate and Brodie are discussing the recent HBO documentary feature The Janes (streaming on HBO in the US / Binge in Australia), an especially relevant story in light of the recent Supreme Court decision on Roe v Wade. They fuel their rage over the stripping away of reproductive rights into this episode, and chat about unhelpful reactions from smug Australians and second-wavers, and ways we can turn our helplessness into action.
    Also: Baz Luhrmann's Elvis.
    See Alsos
    Great interview with Baz by Luke Goodsell for the ABC
    Killing It (on Stan)
    Final Hours in One of America's Largest Abortion Clinics
    We are not going back to the time before Roe; we are going somewhere worse
    Roe V Wade is Overturned – The Daily podcast
    Meanwhile in Australia, brush up on abortion laws
    The Town Without Abortion – 7AM podcast
    The Story of Jane by Laura Kaplan
    Read JANE zine online
    Also Alsos
    DONATE ALSO: In Our Own Voice, National Black Women's Reproductive Justice Agenda – the National Network of Abortion Funds
    READ ALSO: The Post-Roe Handbook
    PLAN ALSO: Hattie Molloy wall calendar
    ORGANISE ALSO: ikea STUK cubes
    LISTEN ALSO: Shuckin' Sugar by Karen Dalton
    NAILS ALSO: Beauty Merchant cuticle oil
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    • 48 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
41 Ratings

41 Ratings

gavinleah ,

Love love love 🤍

This podcast is my fave, these guys are clever, witty and candid, it’s my weekly dose of pop culture which I rely on for tv/movie/book recommendations. What a great listen for the daily commute to work.

7372626828 ,

All brows covered

All your pop cultures news and obsessions from Joan Didion to the Kardashians, Joanna Hogg to RHONY, they (somehow) cover everything! Love the natural chemistry and Australian POV. Have already capitalised on many of their literary, music, TV and podcast recommendations!

Nicholas Hudson-Ellis ,

Great pop culture chat and recommendations

Enjoyable spoiler free conversations about a wide variety of Arthouse and pop culture fare. Lots of laughs too, highly recommended.

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