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JULIA RAESIDE & TONY LAW – She Was A Roughneck, Spinning Chains

Joining Tom Jackson to discuss the postcards from their pasts are comedian TONY LAW and journalist and podcaster JULIA RAESIDE. We encounter Ronnie and Donnie, join Tony on the longest gap year and hear about Julia’s dream weekend, spent truffling through dusty boxes. Along the way we try hog-selling to raise funds, learn the true value of a Led Zeppelin…

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MARK WINGHAM & MARK ROUTH – Making Me Feel Like a Mince Pie

Joining Tom Jackson to discuss the postcards from their pasts are two postcard collectors, dealers, enthusiasts and collectors, MARK ROUTH and MARK WINGHAM, respectively longtime columnist for, and editor and proprietor of, Picture Postcard Monthly. We hold in our hands two of among the first postcards ever sent, we discuss cricket, stamp books, propaganda, chance encounters in family history, the…

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SCOTT PACK & KAREN SHEPHERDSON – Please Feel Free To Go Round Again (Live at the Margate Bookie 2019)

Joining Tom Jackson to discuss the postcards from their pasts are publisher SCOTT PACK (How to Perfect Your Submission, Weightless Fireworks, 21st Century Dodos) and photographer, curator and writer KAREN SHEPHERDSON (Seaside Photographed, Beyond the View: Reframing the Early Commercial Photograph). We encounter photographers photographing photographers, visit model villages inside model villages, and look through the wrong end of a telescope…

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SARAH HILARY & CLARE MULLEY – The Metatext of It

Joining Tom Jackson to discuss the postcards from their pasts are crime writer SARAH HILARY (Someone Else’s Skin,No Other Darkness, Tastes Like Fear, Never Be Broken) and historical biographer CLARE MULLEY (The Woman Who Saved the Children, The Spy Who Loved, The Women Who Flew for Hitler). We discover postcards from a Japanese internment camp, from Egypt during the First…

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THANE PRINCE & TOBIE MATHEW – I’m Sure We Sat On The Cheese

Joining Tom Jackson to discuss the postcards from their pasts are food writer and broadcaster THANE PRINCE and journalist and expert in Russian revolutionary postcards TOBIE MATHEW (Greetings From The Barricades). We discover the strange and vibrant world of postcard manufacturing, collecting and sending in the latter days of Tsarist Russia, explore recipe postcards and catch glimpses of life in…

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SUKH OJLA & MAREK LARWOOD – Never Go In The Gift Shop First

Joining Tom Jackson to discuss the postcards from theirpasts are comedian and actor SUKH OJLA (Victoria and Abdul, Black Mirror, Hospital People, EastEnders) and fellow comedian and actor MAREK LARWOOD (We Are Klang, Extras, Hyperdrive, Impractical Jokers, Celebability). We explore the pros and cons of conjuringyour love life, the scariest waxworks no longer in the UK, the stress of receiving…

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SOPHIA MONEY-COUTTS & KEIRON PIM – The Weirdest Hangover Of My Life

Joining Tom Jackson to discuss the postcards from their pasts are journalist and novelist SOPHIA MONEY-COUTTS (The Plus One, What Happens Now?) and writer KEIRON PIM (Jumpin’ Jack Flash, The Bumper Book of Dinosaurs, Into The Light). We explore the seamier side of 1960s London, discover why Sophia never climbed Kilimanjaro, and take a trip to Tupelo, Mississippi to lament…

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RACHEL JOHNSON & NICK ASBURY – Creating a Fricasée

Joining Tom Jackson to discuss the postcards from their pasts are journalist and author RACHEL JOHNSON (Notting Hell, The Lady, The Mummy Diaries) and writer NICK ASBURY (The Disappointments Diary, Realtime Notes). We explore Notting Hill, take a trip up the A6, discover the secrets of the Inferior Poetry Society, animal cruelty, jokes on postcards that are understood only by…