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This week, Jonathan Barnes joins us to explore the visionary work of Quatermass creator Nigel Kneale; and a wonderful conversation about literature and horticulture between Dame Penelope Lively and her daughter, musician Josephine Lively. more
This week, poet Camille Ralphs explains why she submitted to WH Auden's exacting syllabus; and Toby Lichtig joins us to preview the autumn's notable fiction. more
This week, we drop in on a conversation between Mary Beard and two former TLS editors; and Anne Enright joins us to talk about turning poet in her new novel. more
Alex Clark and Lucy Dallas are wonderful. Good humoured, insightful, informed. Makes my day when a new episode drops, an hour or so in the company of wise and witty women talking about life and books. Good interviews, good books and refreshingly not always agreement. Best presenters, I’ve been listening for a long time, keep them please.
I have been a subscriber to the TLS for decades and listened to this show from the beginning, suffering through years of Stig Abel’s oafish mansplaining. The show is at a good place again. But playing cheery advertising for corporations destroying the planet destroys any credibility this podcast might have when it talks about the climate, as it does not infrequently. If the only way to present this show is to provide greenwashing for Aramco, it might be time to hang it up. That’s embarrassing. T... more
Hi, I really look forward to the TLS podcasts, which are brilliant and enriching, however I must say I don’t enjoy the political comments continually voiced about Trump. I’m over it...guys please talk about literature, if I want to hear about Trump and Hillary and the coolest president in the universe Obama I’ll tune in elsewhere. I didn’t subscribe to the TLS for political opinion. more
The insipid drivel between the presenters Thea and Lucy completely mars what could be a fascinating listening experience.
The hosts are charming and seem to have good chemistry which helps, even though it is only on clear display during the five or so minute intros. more
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The TLS Podcast launched 9 years ago and published 510 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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