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Sentimental in the City
Hannah Verdier • The Guardian • Jun 30, 2022
"These are women who know their stuff...Their Sentimental Garbage miniseries on the Sex and the City sequel is a place where debate about the divisive depiction of ageing, sexuality and diversity sits perfectly with lighter moments, like giggling over Charlotte’s robot lines."
James Marriot • The Times UK • Mar 25, 2021
"[Season: Sentimemental in the City] Sex and the City (analysed one series per episode) is the jumping-off point for a series of fascinating conversations about life, people, relationships, love, sex and being in your thirties. And Alderton and O’Donoghue are exceptionally perceptive (and funny) about all those things. I feel, weirdly, that I learnt a lot about life by listening to a podcast that I expected was going to teach me mainly about Sex and the City."
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