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Podcast by magCulture

    Episode 19, March 2020 • Christoph Amend • Ricarda Messner • Econy

    Episode 19, March 2020 • Christoph Amend • Ricarda Messner • Econy

    This episode was recorded a couple of weeks ago, ahead of the current Coronavirus shutdown. We post it here as an antidote to all the other current news, but plan to address the effect of the virus on publishing in our next episode.
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    Ricarda Messner from Sofa and Flaneur joins Jeremy Leslie at the magCulture Shop to talk magazines, and editor-in-chief of ZEITmagazin Christoph Amend updates us on his plans from Amsterdam.

    After a flick through new issues including Eyeyah!, Leslie, Fervour and Sandwich, Ricarda and Jeremy discuss the new issue of Sofa, as well as the current plans for the next Flaneur. Ricarda also talks about working with ZEITmagazin, before we hear from its editor-in-chief Christoph Amend about his magazine’s podcast and new launch plans.

    The back issue this time is nineties German business mag Econy, the precursor to today’s Brand Eins.

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    Huge thanks to our friends at Park Communications for their support of the magCulture Podcast.

    Podcast edited by Ella Atcheson.

    Release date:
    27 March 2020

    • 35 min
    Episode 18, February 2020 • Dan Crowe, Port • Mundial • Slowe • Kasino A4

    Episode 18, February 2020 • Dan Crowe, Port • Mundial • Slowe • Kasino A4

    Editor/founder of Port magazine Dan Crowe joins Jeremy Leslie at the magCulture Shop to talk magazines.

    After a flick through new issues including Interview, Varoom and Holiday, Dan talks about the development of Port across 25 issues, the return of creative director Matt Willey and the origins of their working relationship on Zembla. After discussion of the pros and cons of multiple front covers, Dan reveals plans for an exciting new magazine, Inque.

    We also hear from Mundial editor Dan Sandison and Ro Jackson of Slowe, in an excerpt from the audience Q&A at the end of our recent We Love Sport event. And finally, our back issue is ‘The Most Melancholy Magazine,’ Finland’s Kasino A4.

    Huge thanks to our friends at Park Communications for their support of the magCulture Podcast.

    Podcast edited by Ella Atcheson.

    • 40 min
    Episode 17, January 2020 • David Lane, The Gourmand • Buffalo Zine no1

    Episode 17, January 2020 • David Lane, The Gourmand • Buffalo Zine no1

    Recorded at the magCulture Shop, Jeremy Leslie introduces our first podcast of 2020 with a look at some upcoming launches, before introducing David Lane, co-founder of The Gourmand. The two take a look at some recent magazines (Family Portrait, South London Review of Hand Dryers, Vogue Italia, Rubbish FAMzine), chat about the brand new 13th issue of The Gourmand, and David’s work for Frieze.

    The episode ends with a look back at the first edition of Buffalo Zine (2011).

    Huge thanks to our friends at Park Communications for their support of the magCulture Podcast.

    If you enjoy the magCulture Podcast please give it some love on iTunes, Soundcloud or wherever you’re listening. And drop us an email with suggestions: podcast@magculture.com

    Edited by Ella Atcheson

    • 38 min
    Episode 16, December 2019 • Highlights of the Year • Martha Dillon • Rod Stanley

    Episode 16, December 2019 • Highlights of the Year • Martha Dillon • Rod Stanley

    Our final Podcast of 2019 looks back at the year.

    Recorded at the magCulture Shop, Jeremy Leslie shares his highlights of 2019 alongside a host of indie magazine publishers, including Buffalo Zine, MacGuffin, Flaneur and Sabat. Plus he meets Martha Dillon to discuss her essential magazine It’s Freezing in LA! There’s also an excerpt from our recent magCulture Meets Good Trouble event.

    Huge thanks to our friends at Park Communications for their support of the magCulture Podcast

    If you enjoy the magCulture Podcast please give it some love on iTunes, Soundcloud or wherever you’re listening. And drop us an email with suggestions: podcast@magculture.com

    Edited by Lucy Dearlove

    • 41 min
    Episode 15, November 2019 • magC Live • Ariane Spanier • Nova team

    Episode 15, November 2019 • magC Live • Ariane Spanier • Nova team

    For this episode, Jeremy Leslie is joined at the magCulture shop by Marc Robbemond from Amsterdam’s Athenaeum magazine shop.

    We also hear from Ariane Spanier of Fukt magazine, listen in on David Hillman and Caroline Baker of sixties classic Nova in an excerpt from their recent magCulture Shop event, and podcast producer Lucy Dearlove removes her headphones to share the effect a zine had on her own podcast.

    If you enjoy the magCulture Podcast please give it some love on iTunes, Soundcloud or wherever you’re listening. And drop us an email with suggestions: podcast@magculture.com

    Huge thanks to our friends at Park Communications for their support of the magCulture Podcast

    Podcast edited by Lucy Dearlove.

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

    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 very different publication to today’s glossy quarterly – before the episode signs off with news of changes of our own.

    If you enjoy the magCulture Podcast please give it some love on iTunes, Soundcloud or wherever you’re listening. And drop us an email with suggestions: podcast@magculture.com

    Huge thanks to our friends at Park Communications for their support of the magCulture Podcast

    Podcast edited by Lucy Dearlove

    • 52 min

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