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27 November 2018updated 26 Jul 2021 5:07am

SRSLY #163: The Holiday Special

The pop culture podcast with Caroline Crampton and Anna Leszkiewicz.

By NS Podcasts

This is the last ever SRSLY, and we couldn’t go without one final festive special. In this episode, Caroline and Anna celebrate and analyse the 2006 Nancy Meyers Christmas film The Holiday, with some help from friends of the show Simran Hans, Stephanie Boland, India Bourke and Nick Hilton. We discuss the presentation of work, love and home in the film, as well as sharing our favourite/silliest moments. 

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You can still email us on srslypod@gmail.com and we’re both on Twitter: @c_crampton and @annaleszkie. Caroline also has a new podcast about murder mysteries that Anna will be appearing on soon: shedunnitshow.com

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