Fyre Festival, Sex Education & A Bumper Book Chat

We’re back! Have you missed us? Dolly’s tits-deep in her Everything I Know About Love tour (buy tickets here: faneproductions.com/dolly and the paperback is out now) and Pandora’s essay, The Authentic Lie, for independent crowd-funding publisher, The Pound Project, is now open for pledging. Buy in online or mini book form, here! (Plus, there’s a foreword by Elizabeth Day.) https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/poundproject/the-pound-project-part-four-pandora-sykes


This week we discuss everything we’ve been enjoying since Christmas - what we’ve been watching, listening to and reading (a lot.) It’s all listed below. Sign the The High Low’s sub-editor and freelance journalist Anna Codrea Rado’s brilliant open letter to the media, to secure #FairPayForFreelancers http://bit.ly/fairpayforfreelancers. Donate to help The Pool's staff and freelancers get paid: https://www.gofundme.com/help-the-pool-staff-and-freelancers-get-paid?pc=&rcid=r01-154905562015-fce176adade44eb7 


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Books 

Notes To Self, by Emilie Pine 

Ordinary People, by Diana Evans

All That Man Is, by David Szalay

Becoming, by Michelle Obama

Duped, by Abby Ellin

The Tattooist of Auschwitz, by Heather Morris

Once More We Saw Stars, by Jayson Greene

Vox, by Christina Dalcher

Small Great Things, by Jodi Picoult

A Spark of Light, by Jodi Picoult

My Year or Rest and Relaxation, by Odessa Moshfegh 

Swan Song, by Kelleigh Greenberg-Jephcott

Bottled Goods, by Sophie van Llewyn

Putney, by Sofka Zinovieff

Instead of a Letter, by Diana Athill 

The Orange, by Wendy Cope 


Watching & Listening

Bros: After The Screaming Stops, available on BBC iPlayer

Origins With James Andrew Miller, on Sex And The City 

Bohemian Rhapsody, at cinemas now

The Favourite, at cinemas now

Mary Poppins Returns, at cinemas now 

Emily Blunt, interviewed on Fresh Air 

Alison Janney, on WTF

Sex Education, on Netflix now

Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened, on Netflix now 

Wendy Cope, on Desert Island Discs

Diana Athill, on Desert Island Discs 


Journalism 

Lauren Bravo for foodism https://foodism.co.uk/features/long-reads/romantic-food-myths-and-realities/ 

The World of Nora Ephron: a reading list https://foodism.co.uk/features/long-reads/romantic-food-myths-and-realities/ 

The Ten best life mantras of Diana Athill: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/life/10-best-life-mantras-brilliant-author-diana-athill/ 

Diana Athill interviewed for The Lenny Letter: https://www.lennyletter.com/story/diana-athill-interview


Dolly's songs about places playlist - acast.com/privacy