There are certain journalists out there who share stories that make you feel seen, whether it’s struggling with body issues, addressing toxic friendships or how to get over an ex. For me, and just about every other millennial out there, Dolly Alderton is one of them, acting like a big sister with wise words on how to get through just about every situation. 

When she released her debut novel, Everything I Know About Love, every 20-something woman took a unanimous sigh of relief, that finally – fin-al-ly – someone was writing the truth about growing up in a male-dominated world and the struggles of navigating love in your 20s. 

If you’re someone who can’t get enough off of her writing and general chit chat, then you’ll be excited to know she’s returning to the Sentimental Garbage podcast for a three-episode special.

 

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Now in its ninth season, the hugely successful and award-winning podcast returns with a special three episodes.

Hosted by Irish author Caroline O’Donoghue, Sentimental Garbage is a podcast that offers a chatty deep dive into the culture that’s often associated with guilty pleasures. Now in its ninth season, the hugely successful and award-winning podcast returns with a special three episodes.

The three episodes will be jumping straight into the gossip, drama and livelihoods of our favourite New Yorker’s Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte… The episodes, the first of which launched last Thursday, will be discussing everything in the And Just Like That reboot. Expect it to span everything including ‘Big’s death, Susan Sharon and Carrie’s feud, the wasted potential of Gloria and Charlotte’s inexplicable robot voice’.

The And Just Like That dedicated episodes’ release will be spread across April, with the first 2 hours 18 minutes bumper episode already available to listen to. 

All of the proceeds from the episodes will be donated to British Ukrainian aid, helping to support and offer humanitarian assistance to the millions of lives affected by the crisis. 

 

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