SRSLY #103: Dunkirk / Nadiya's British Food Adventure / Brooklyn Nine-Nine

On the pop culture podcast this week: Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk, the BBC cookery show Nadiya's British Food Adventure and the mumps episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

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Dunkirk

The trailer.

Why you should watch Harry Styles in Dunkirk.

Anna's line-by-line review of Harry's dialogue.

Nadiya's British Food Adventure

The programme on BBC iPlayer.

Even the Telegraph liked it! Truly she is queen of British hearts.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

The mumps episode is series 3 episode 12, "9 Days".

For next time:

We are reading Swimming Studies by Leanne Shapton.

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PS If you missed #102, check it out here.