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Wendy Staden

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Very enjoyable

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Reviewed: 05-07-19

An accessible introduction to the issues with GDP with interesting discussions around the possible alternatives. Lots of references to other sources so a good topic starter.

Fantastic

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Reviewed: 05-02-19

I love Hugo Speer as John Stone. I've listened to the episodes back to back!

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Really enjoyable

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Reviewed: 14-12-18

I loved this. A really interesting and pacey investigation into how the concept of "I" has developed over the last 2000 odd years woven through with Will Stor's own journey through understanding his personality. Initially I was listening to a bit here and a bit there but round about chapter 3 it just grabbed me and I was listening to it at every opportunity. A great book and I think Jack Hawkins is the perfect narrator - he is Will Stor!

A great short precis on feminism

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Reviewed: 13-06-17

This is a really enjoyable listen on the female experience in the modern age. For me, a really well spent 45 mins.

Love John Finnemore

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Reviewed: 18-04-17

So glad to have these episodes always available. John Finnemore's often astonishingly original humour is wonderful. And this series has the vulture interview which is one of my all time favourites 😊

Entertaining & informative

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Reviewed: 16-01-17

I'm not that familiar with Sara Pascoe & chose this book rather randomly, but I'll be looking out for her love show having heard her read her own book. It's usually great when authors read - this was fabulous. The story of the human female is way more complicated than I had imagined & Sara spins it all into a wonderful yarn which is sad & shocking in some parts (I'm still weighing up whether I should encourage my daughter to read it, including the bit about how they found the cure for 'birth injuries') whilst being laugh out loud funny in others. A really great book.

Great story, fabulously told

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Reviewed: 20-10-16

This was recommended by a friend & it's sat in my library for months but once I started listening to it I looked forward to my car journeys because I enjoyed it so much. Great story & the reading performance was fab

Wonderful

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Reviewed: 04-08-16

Wonderful to be personally led through this difficult topic by Tara. She has such a beautiful voice (I'm from the UK & I love her gentle US accent) and conveys her words with such warmth that it feels life you are having a personal coaching session with her. I always try to listen to Tara rather than only reading her as it makes her teachings so very accessible.

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The power of RAIN

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Reviewed: 23-04-16

RAIN is an amazing meditation & emotional healinf technique & Tara is a wonderful teacher so this audible presentation is perfect - would have liked the mediation itself to be longer (it's about 15 minutes)

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