The Signature Of All Things with Gavin Day
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It's the last episode of the season, and we're rounding it off with one of my favourite books of all time The Signature Of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert, with one of my favourite people of all time, artist and photographer Gavin Day. We talk about swashbuckling dads, rivalries with Kew Gardens, how historical novels make us face contemporary issues, masturbating in closets and how we want to raise our future children the Whittaker way. Music by Harry Harris, artwork by (guest!) Gavin Day, mixed by Hannah Varrall, recorded by Acast studios in London. We're taking a break for a little while but catch me on to stay involved! For information regarding your data privacy, visit
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