Tag: Daisy Chute

Coffee and the unbearable C-question

PODCAST REVIEW: BRYONY. WHAT IS IT with the notion of idle chatter that fills up space and the woman who is serving your breakfast? What gives you the right to ponder her private parts and life choices over your scrambled eggs? This is the central theme of Bryony, […]

Regrets? Me?

PODCAST REVIEW: MARY. ‘MARY’, THE FOURTH monologue in the Ink Jockey podcast series The End of the Line, seems to be older than the women we’ve  heard so far. She ponders the way in which strangers feel it is their beholden right to barge into one’s life and […]

Rude boys, girls who bristle

PODCAST REVIEW: SKYLAR. THE THING ABOUT Skylar, the third monologue in the podcast series The End of the Line, is her fiery youth and her anger. Similar to the situation with Sally, a couple of episodes ago, there isn’t a deep dark reason – or at least one […]

Tripped up by my genes

PODCAST REVIEW: LOUISE. WHAT IS THE worst kind of news to hear when you are at the very cusp of the responsibilities of adulthood? For Louise, it isn’t something that has happened to her. Rather, it is a definitive understanding of what is wrong with her sister, Jill. […]

How to avoid doing the done thing

PODCAST REVIEW: SALLY. SALLY HAS JUST broken up with James. He was the boyfriend everyone, including herself,  has deemed completely lovely. This is her brief, crisp tale, beautifully delivered by Zara Day reflecting on what a young woman faces in a traditional heterosexual relationship. In just over 10 […]