We Talk Mini Skirts; Philip Green; & The Role of Injunctions in Modern Society

Since we’ve been gone, Apple has added cream cheese to its emoji bagel after furious complaints (we discuss what we have on OUR bagels and spoiler alert: it’s not cream cheese, Apple); Urban Outfitters has produced an “influencer’ Halloween costume of crop top and leggings; and, of course, a new scandal which features a megalomaniac at its centre, has broken: Arcadia chairman, Philip Green, has been accused of sexual and racial harassment after peer Lord Hain exercised his parliamentary immunity (where injunctions do not apply) to name him as the anonymous retail boss who allegedly paid off employees. We discuss the difference between the injunction and the NDA and what constitutes ‘in the public interest.’

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Tuesdays with Morrie, by Mitch Albom


Seven Days of Us, by Francesca Hornak


Rituals For Everyday, by Nadia Narain and Katia Narain Phillips (pre-order) https://www.hive.co.uk/Search/Keyword?keyword=Rituals%20for%20Every%20Day&productType=0

Late In The Day, by Tessa Hadley (pre-order)


A Keeper, by Graham Norton


The class of 1946-2018: Twenty-seven school-shooting survivors bear their scars, and bear witness, as told to Jared Soule and Amelia Schonbek, with a portfolio shot by Michael Avedon for New York magazine


What is camp now? By Charlie Porter, for The Financial Times


Why it’s okay to cut off family members, by Sali Hughes, for The Pool 


Busy Phillips on WTF: http://www.wtfpod.com/podcast/episode-959-busy-philipps 

Richard E Grant on WTF: http://www.wtfpod.com/podcast/episode-960-richard-e-grant-brian-posehn 

Roisin Meets Richard E Grant: https://soundcloud.com/irishtimes-lifestyle/richard-e-grant

With Nails by Richard E Grant: acast.com/privacy