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The Penguin Podcast
Conversations with some our of leading authors and creative thinkers, as we seek to understand how they write and where their ideas come from. Guests bring to the interview a handful of objects that have inspired their work. #PenguinPodcast
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4.1 stars from 669 ratings
Interview with Kehinde Andrews
Interesting but questionable if instilling such devisive attitudes into any young people joining school/uni/society is helpful anymore - build a future together not one apart - it only sets us up for more hate and terrible history rewriting itself
aemmartell via Apple Podcasts · Singapore · 03/19/21
a bit of opinionated
While there's a modicum of interesting facts and perspectives, this is nothing deep. There is nothing worthwhile in first 3 minutes, a history of Mormonism, and a few problems with believing and varied religions, but mostly nattering with little holding it together.Read full review »
Vroomsib via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 02/20/21
Best book podcast
It’s the best book podcast I’ve come across that balances finding a range of great authors from all over the shop - but with an entertaining, well researched presenter who is genuinely interested! Nihal Arthanayake is great!
Tom Mac Teacher via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/24/21
Recent Episodes
Labour MP, podcast host and now author Ed Miliband talks to Nihal Arthanayake about his debut book, ‘Go Big: How To Fix Our World’.  Using a scene from ’The West Wing’ and a Robert Kennedy speech as jump off points, Ed and Nihal meditate on Ed's time as Leader of the Opposition, reconciling a...
Published 06/09/21
Tune in to an exclusive conversation between President Barack Obama and England and Manchester United footballer Marcus Rashford as they meet for the first time. In this special bonus episode of the #PenguinPodcast, moderated by June Sarpong, Barack Obama and Marcus Rashford discuss the power...
Published 05/28/21
Bestselling author Taylor Jenkins Reid talks to Nihal Arthanayake about her latest book, ’Malibu Rising’.  Much of Taylor’s fiction focuses on the world of celebrity and fame - she talks to Nihal about why a cultural fascination with celebrities exists, the insidious, seductive nature of fame,...
Published 05/26/21
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