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Pandora Sykes and Dolly Alderton
The High Low
A weekly conversation between writers Dolly Alderton and Pandora Sykes, that covers highbrow and lowbrow culture.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 12,091 ratings
Shocked
I was listening to my first episode this morning as I saw Bryony Gordon featured who I love. In the opening, one of the presenters expressed sympathy for Danny Bakery being fired after comparing a mixedrace baby to a monkey. Wow. I dont know why Im so shocked what else would I expect from...Read full review »
Helena479942347 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/15/20
High low
Love this podcast! Keeps me going though the week... 🖤
Deee66 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/14/20
Love
Love it so much hope you are having a good night
penguwin love via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/13/20
Recent Episodes
We continue our conversation about sharing grief in the aftermath of a still birth or miscarriage, with a special contribution from the grief psychotherapist Julia Samuel MBE. We also discuss penguin and seahorse reproduction, a delicious piece of Hollywood gossip involving Cary Grant and Clark...
Published 10/13/20
We discuss Chrissy Tiegen's social media posts about the death of her baby Jack, and the judgement around public grief. Also today, we dissect a list of words and phrases facing expiration (40% of under 30s don't know what "getting sozzled" means) and the fascinating docu-drama, The Social...
Published 10/06/20
This year has seen even our closest friendships turn into long-distance ones; what is the impact - and the thought spirals - of your A-list friends becoming peripheral specks in your vision? We discuss, with a funny and thought-provoking piece by Katie Heaney for The Cut. Also today, we natter...
Published 09/29/20
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