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FT Everything Else

By Financial Times

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Everything Else is a culture podcast from the Financial Times. We're into film not finance, music not markets, and style not stocks. Featuring star guests and presented by Griselda Murray Brown and Al Gilmour.

Customer Reviews

Adding to my top 5 podcasts

Brilliant and refreshing mix! So glad this exists.

A reliably surprising, interesting take on pop culture

Okay, I notice WSJ reporters names via Audible, and The Financial Times of London undt Frankfurt offers a charming Griselda and an insightful, laughing India.

A truly global business daily - salmon pink paper, forsooth - with the focus on finance - the FT also has wide ranging individual, personal voices. My favorite is a literal don who provided technical advice on horseback riding for an Alexander the Great movie, for free except he got to ride with the Companion cavalry. A killer classicist with the only garden writing I have ever read regularly, let alone enjoyed.

Several bright, funny, usually less USA-centered,converse jokingly about popular culture - and they are almost always a hoot. A joy.

A Delightful and Intimate Soufflé

I love this podcast. Each week listeners get to eavesdrop on two smart, funny, unspoiled and charming young journalists discussing the arts in their affectionate, intelligent and quizzical voice. There are other good culture podcasts but none are quite so English with a gentleness and self-deprecation that America so sorely lacks. They are both great interviewers and pick terrific and varied guests. Listening to Everything Else is rejuvenating.