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4 October 2017

The Back Half #3: Morrissey, The Deuce and the Garbage Pail Kids

The new NS culture podcast with Tom Gatti and Kate Mossman.

By New Statesman

On the New Statesman’s new culture podcast, The Back Half, Tom Gatti and Kate Mossman discuss Morrissey’s performance at 6 Music Live and David Simon’s new TV show about the porn industry in New York in the 1970s, The Deuce. Plus, they celebrate the noniversary of the Garbage Pail Kids. Listen on iTunes here, on Acast here or via the player below:

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Listen to Morrissey at 6 Music Live.

Andrew Harrison’s review of Morrissey’s autobiography.

Watch The Deuce.

Emily Nussbaum’s review of The Deuce.

Subscribe to the New Statesman now or buy a copy from your local newsagent to read Rachel Cooke’s review.

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