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Sundays Supplement

By Iszi Lawrence, Simon Dunn

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Sundays Supplement with Iszi Lawrence and Simon Dunn. It's the podcast pull-out that flops to the floor the moment you open your newspaper.Each week we get our fingers inky so you don't have to. We put two of Britain's Sunday newspapers head to head to see which has the best supplements. So, pull out your papers, liberate your supplements from their wrappers, and find out which paper you should have bought ... last Sunday.

Customer Reviews

Absolutely Brilliant

I don't know why, or what it is about, but I can't stop listening. Perhaps it is merely the accent which is basically crack for Americans. Anyway, Sunday's Supplement, or rather, Sundays' Supplement or could it be Sundays 'Supplement is essential listening for all fans of British Journalism and other erudite blather. Plus iszi is another name for unrequited... sorry Simon, but please keep it up. This supplement recommended for whatever ails you.

Self deprecating in only the finest Brit Com style

Not so much self-deprecating as Simon-deprecating in general, but either way it's a lot of good fun. I can't even get any of the newspapers they discuss and half the time I've no idea who the politicians or national celebrities they're talking about are, but they are clever and quick and oh so droll. Growing up on the standard PBS britcom fare I have a soft spot for the style and find this to be a nice fresh dose of it every week. Shade in and shut up.

Odd premise, but in a word, brilliant

I know that the idea of listening to two Brits reading the Sunday papers (not even the papers, but the inserts to the papers) sounds like a weird idea, and I guess it is. The podcast is, however, about as addicting as meth without having to worry about your teeth falling out. Iszi and Simon are, in a word, brilliant. As an American, I don't get some of the references to British society and culture, but listening to these two makes me want to do research and find out about some of the stuff about which they are talking. And have I mentioned that Iszi and Simon are, in a word, brilliant?

Sundays Supplement
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  • Category: Comedy
  • Language: English

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