A weekly conversation between writers Dolly Alderton and Pandora Sykes, that covers highbrow and lowbrow culture. Listen on Apple Podcasts. Plus, some newsletters to subscribe to right now, and an Ask The High Low question about dating after cancer. 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. Today 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. The pubs have opened; but why is the beauty sector still in lockdown?
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Award-winning journalist and best-selling author Dolly Alderton is having a pretty good year so far. From publishing her debut book and producing one of he most talked about podcasts with her friend Pandora Skyes, to generally being the nations go-to life guru, it's as though her career is on an upwards trajectory that knows no limits. COM than her? To paraphrase Morrissey: and now my heart is full and now I must eat some bread. Here are their six best episodes. Expect to press pause on this one with a fresh new outlook. Plus a quick-fire round of Ask The High Low. Link in bio. Please like, review and subscribe!
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