Wiley’s Anti-Semitism, Kiley Reid’s Such A Fun Age & An Author Special w/ Nesrine Malik

It’s our last episode of the season - and boy, do we have a bumper episode for you. In this week’s show we discuss what Twitter’s failure to suspend Wiley says about our failure to combat anti-semitism (and what you can do to help), the graphic and glorious podcast of the year, Brown Girls Do It Too, Kiley Reid’s incisive and compulsively readable novel Such A Fun Age and an author special with the inspiring and thought-provoking columnist and author of We Need New Stories, Nesrine Malik about why we must resist cultural myths. Plus, some newsletters to subscribe to right now, and an Ask The High Low question about dating after cancer. We’ll be back in early September! 

E-mail: thehighlowshow@gmail.com (but please do note the inbox will be unmanned for August)

Tweet: @thehighlowshow

Shop: thehighlowshop.com where 100% proceeds go to charity - 50% to Black Minds Matter and 50% to Freedom Charity 


Following/ signing

@geraldstratfor3 on Twitter 

Sign the petition for Wiley to have his MBE removed 


Write to honours.cabinetoffice@gov.uk to request the removal of Wiley’s MBE 


The Waiting Room, a newsletter by Amelia Tait 


Sidenotes, a newsletter by Sophie Wilkinson 


The Red Hand Files, a newsletter by Nick Cave 


The Meander, a newsletter by Dolly Alderton 


Such A Fun Age, by Kiley Reid

We Need New Stories, by Nesrine Malik

Hot Little Hands, by Abigail Ulman 

Listening/ watching 

Brown Girls Do It Too, on BBC Sounds

In Writing podcast, by Hattie Crisell

Call My Agent, on Netflix 


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