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In this month’s podcast, politician turned Strictly Come Dancing star Ed Balls steps outside his comfort zone, singer-songwriter Emmy the Great plays live in the studio, and the editorial team investigates local folklore.
Podcast extra: Gary Younge on guns and America
Tom Browne interviews journalist Gary Younge about his new book, Another Day in the Death of America.
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What would you do if your dad wrote a porno?
In this month’s podcast, actress Talulah Riley talks about her debut novel Acts of Love, Jamie Morton and James Cooper discuss their hit podcast My Dad Wrote a Porno, and the editorial team gets lost in Google on the topic of unexpected couples.
“It takes time for the world to catch up with Bowie’s mind”
In this month’s podcast, journalist Paul Morley talks about his new book 'The Age of Bowie', Robert Bound discusses Monocle's Culture podcast, and the editorial team gets lost in Google while researching missing people.
Santa Montefiore, Harriet, Kit de Waal and growing pains
In this month’s podcast, best-selling novelist Santa Montefiore talks about her new book 'Daughters of Castle Deverill', singer-songwriter Harriet performs live in the studio, Kit de Waal launches her debut novel 'My Name is Leon', and the editorial team discusses the transition from childhood to adulthood.
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Tony Parsons, Kate Morton and teenage memories
In this month’s podcast, journalist Tony Parsons talks about his new detective book ‘The Hanging Club’, best-selling author Kate Morton discusses her latest novel ‘The Lake House’, and the editorial team shares their teenage memories.