70 | Magazines We Love
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This Tuesday, Sophie and I are swapping magazine suggestions. We both like nothing better than to spend a slow weekend morning reading a magazine over coffee, and we've been delighted by the increase in good quality independent magazines in recent years. We share some of our favourite mainstream and indie publications that cover general lifestyle topics, with an emphasis on food, travel and culture.
In this episode, Sophie also talks about a series of books by Anne Perry that she's loving at the moment, and a real crime TV drama that's keeping her gripped. I chat about my visit to the Picasso exhibition at Tate Modern and rave about the incredible memoir, Educated by Tara Westover.
Listen to discover some of our favourite lifestyle magazine and recent cultural recommendations.
- The print that Sophie picked out from Yvonne Coomber (#gifted).
- Christian Louis Parfums, Paris.
- The Cater Street Hangman by Anne Perry.
- American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace on BBC iPlayer.
- Picasso exhibition at Tate Modern.
- Educated by Tara Westover.
- The Simple Things.
- Oh Comely.
- Harper’s Bazaar.
- Noble Rot.
- Period Living.
- Cherry Bombe.
- Ernest Journal.
- In Clover.
- Sophie's instagram: @sophie_perdita.
- Miranda's instagram: @mirandasnotebook and @mirandasbookcase.
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There's nothing we like better than coffee and a magazine.
- Miranda and Sophie
Thank you so much for listening and being a part of Tea & Tattle podcast. As always, we love to hear your thoughts, so please let us know:
Do you enjoy a good magazine? Which are your favourites?
Remember to tune in for the latest mini Tea Reads episode this Friday. Next Tuesday, I'm chatting with the writer and art critic, Laura Freeman, about her fantastic memoir, The Reading Cure: How Books Restored My Appetite.