New Zealand PM Jacinda Arden made history when she took baby Neve to the UN Assembly in NYC this week; meanwhile, Trump made world leaders laugh out loud with his address (“that’s not what I was expecting” he replied, surprised at the lols.) In the domestic landscape, Dolly discovers a great new podcast and Pandora reads a unnerving but thought-provoking book.
Also this week, we host comedian and podcast supremo, Deborah Frances-White, creator and host of The Guilty Feminist. The podcast has had 50 million download since inception and is one of our favourites to listen to: it's funny, provoking, smart and political. The USP of The Guilty Feminist is: let humour do the heavy-lifting — something The High Low heartily admires. We talk inclusivity, intersectional feminism and why we are all guilty feminists.
Putney, by Sofka Zinovieff https://www.amazon.co.uk/Putney-Sofka-Zinovieff/dp/1408895757
Killing Eve and Press on BBC iPlayer
Fortunately with Fi and Jane, a BBC podcast on iTunes
Book a ticket to The Rooted Project’s ‘Skin Food’ event at https://www.picatic.com/event15345039853892
The Ratline on BBC Radio 4
Bella Mackie on being single at 30 for Vogue
The Guilty Feminist by Deborah Francis White:
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