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18 December 2017

Podcast: Laurie and Eleanor Penny on Witches

A brand new podcast about feminism, politics and philosophy.

By New Statesman

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On the second episode of their new NS podcast, Laurie and Eleanor Penny discuss the cultural significance of witches, and explore why today’s feminists are keen to identify themselves with the trope. Plus, why Fake or Fortune is the best show on TV.

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