Where were you when Miley Cyrus couldn't stop twerking? Or when Prince Harry's privates were leaked in Vegas? Chances are you might remember one of these events but not the other. Enter Lowbrow: your cheat sheet to the biggest pop culture moments. Each week hosts Holly Wainwright and Shannen Findlay will take turns breaking down the pop culture moments that showed us something about the world, from the perspective of two women 25 years apart. One story, two generations, so much WTF.
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In the early 2010’s Gen Z cared about two things A LOT, the movie franchise Twilight, and the fact that it’s stars we’re dating in real life. That was until certain pap photos surfaced breaking the two apart and breaking the hearts of Gen Z’s (and od... more
This week we dive into a moment in time where the world stood still, the death of Princess Diana. more
There's nothing more we love here at Lowbrow than royal gossip and a conspiracy theory and this episode has both! more
So sad to hear it’s the last episode, I’ve found the show only recently (I’m American) and it’s just such a fun, easy, socially educational show, I really hope it’s able to be reincarnated. more
I’m so sad this is ending, I love listening to this podcast!
So sad to find out this show is ending so suddenly! I loved the chemistry between the hosts and the interesting content.
I love Lowbrow! An excellent podcast with such great stories. Gutted it’s ended!
Lots of laughs while listening. The connection between these two is a rare thing.
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Lowbrow launched 2 years ago and published 59 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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