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We're recapping objectively the best month of the year: October! Tune in to hear us talk about the books we read, shows we watched, and albums we listened to as well Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter and boyband BTS' enlistment in the South Korean army. Follow us on Instagram as @yazminelomax, @majkahahn, and @dtbspodcast! Reading The Long Road Home:…
 
September has ended so it's time to wake up (geddit?) and listen to our recap episode! Majka is covering European politics and Yaz is talking about the Queen's death, celebrity cheating scandals, and the return of The Kardashians...all through a baby-focused lens. And if that isn't enough, you can join us on Instagram as @dtcbspodcast or individual…
 
Happy September, folks! The end of August got a little crazy but we MADE IT and now we're ready to discuss Sanna Marin's dancing, Linda Evangelista's British Vogue cover, and much, much more! Reading Throne of Glass series by Sarah J Maas How the Word is Passed by Clint Smith Watching Charade Breaking Away The Rehearsal on HBO Listening Normal Goss…
 
July was a big one: the Pope visited Canada, Bennifer got married, and we're here to recap it all! Keep up with us before our next episode on Instagram as @dtcbspodcast, @majkahahn, and @yazminelomax. Reading Every Summer After by Carley Fortune A Map to the Door of No Return by Dionne Brand Watching Nope Leave Her to Heaven Listening Unreal: A Cri…
 
As Bon Jovi once said, we're halfway there! "There" being the year 2022, which makes this our June episode. This month has been a tough one for a lot of people so we hope this episode offers some reprieve while still being educational. We also encourage you to join us in donating to abortion funds in the United States, which you can find right here…
 
Surprise! We're together IRL again and ready to blow your mind (but hopefully not your eardrums) with reading, watching, and listening recs as well as all the details on upcoming elections and *that* celebrity wedding. Reading Girl, Woman, Other by Bernardine Evaristo Beach Read by Emily Henry Reputation by Lex Croucher Watching Petite Maman Hearts…
 
Just like your place of work, we're back in-person! That's right; for the first time since 2018, we've recorded an entire episode in the same room. Tune in to hear us deviate from our usual politics and pop culture format, and instead, take things down a more personal--and dare we say, scenic?-- route. Follow our IRL adventures together on Instagra…
 
This episode mentions the Oscars a lot but doesn't rehash The Thing That Happened at the Oscars. You're welcome. Follow our upcoming reunion on Instagram as @dtcbspodcast, @yazminelomax, and @majkahahn. Reading Live, Laugh, Kidnap by Gabby Noone The Love Songs of W.E.B. Dubois by Honorée Fanonne Jeffers Watching Life of Beth Abbott Elementary Every…
 
The past month has been...a lot. Particularly in politics. So, we're attempting to make even a sliver of your day a little lighter by focusing on the politics of language revitalization and the drama over at Peloton. We hope this can serve as a small escape for you! Reading Transcendent Kingdom by Yaa Gyasi Migrations by Charlotte McConaghy The Pap…
 
Happy 2022! We're kicking off the first month of the year by chatting about the potentially tenuous situation on the Ukrainian AND the phenomenon that is Wordle. If you believe variety is the spice of life, you've come to the right place! Find us on Instagram as @dtcbspodcast, @yazminelomax, and @majkahahn. Listen to our very first episode (mention…
 
Another bizarre year is over and we’re waving it goodbye by drinking festive cocktails and recapping some of our top things of the year! Reading House of Hollow by Krystal Sutherland How to Break Up with Fast Fashion by Lauren Bravo Crying in H-Mart by Michelle Zauner Detransition, Baby by Torrey Petters Beautiful World Where are You by Sally Roone…
 
In one of our final episodes for 2021, we’re discussing our NYC reunion, The Hunger Games (in painstaking detail), the art collective who just won the Turner Prize, and budding romance between Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson. Enjoy! Reading Crying in H-Mart by Michelle Zauner Detransition, Baby by Torrey Peters Out of Love by Hazel Hayes The Balla…
 
How was your spooky szn, friends? Tune into this episode to find out how ours was and learn about two very different events that happened this October: the hunger strike for climate justice taking place outside the White House and British girl band Little Mix's very public feud. Stay in the loop on all things Different Things Can Be Sad by followin…
 
Welcome to spooky szn! Let's kick it off together by looking back on the things that made September 2021, well, September 2021! Catch us at the same time, same place next month. And in the meantime, follow us on Instagram as @dtcbspodcast,@yazminelomax, and @majkahahn (who is also on Twitter as @majkahahn). Reading Beautiful World Where Are You by …
 
August did it again--it slipped away into a moment in time! And did so like a bottle of wine! So here we are again, recapping all things politics and pop culture that happened in August. More specifically, the headline issues that Majka has been pondering and Molly-Mae Hague's appointment as Creative Director of Pretty Little Thing. Enjoy! Can't ge…
 
Happy summer, pals! This episode, we're looking back at the month that was July 2021 -- from the start of the very contentious Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games to the likes of Blake Lively and Gigi Hadid calling out paps for snapping photos of their kids. So find a hammock, grab a frozen margarita, and enjoy! Find us on Instagram at @dtcbspodcast. Keep up …
 
We're not gonna beat around the bush here. We're releasing this episode on Canada Day 2021 and encourage you to head straight to the resources Majka has shared so you can learn more about Canada's residential "schools", including what you can do to support survivors and the families of victims. Reading Rachel Lindsay article: https://www.vulture.co…
 
Tune in this month to hear Majka discuss recent legal action that's been taken against oil companies, and Yaz define May's word of the month--cheugy! Plus, we've got a bumper discussion of Emily Henry's new book, People We Meet on Vacation, in there too. Don't say we don't look after you. Find us on Instagram as @DTCBSpodcast or follow us individua…
 
We're back! You'll have to listen to this episode to find out what the hell happened last month, and to learn all about the politics of childcare as well as the fall out of Demi Lovato walking into a yogurt store. And if you can't wait until next month, catch us on Instagram as @dtcbspodcast, @majkhahn, and @yazminelomax in the meantime. Reading Ho…
 
Happy pandemic-versary! Yes, it's now March 2021 which means it's been a whole year since March 2020 aka the month everything went downhill. But today we're reflecting on February and the politics and pop culture happenings that occurred within its 28 days - including the Myanmar coup and celebs celebrating Valentine's Day! Listen on to learn it al…
 
Happy New Year! While the advent of 2021 didn't quite bring the end of COVID/all our other woes, it did bring a helluva lotta politics and pop culture news. Here's what you need to know. Reading Interior Chinatown by Charles Yu These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong Say Nothing: A True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland by Patrick Radden …
 
2020 IS OVER! Ring in the new year with our 2020 Party where we drink themed cocktails, present awards to our favorite Reading, Watching and Listening items of the year, and discuss the politics and pop culture moments that made 2020 what it was. Go on. You deserve it. Reading One To Watch by Kate Stayman-London Nobody Will Tell You This But Me by …
 
Hello hello hello! Welcome to another episode of Different Things Can Be Sad, specifically one where we're discussing the movement to decriminalize drugs (inspired by a wave of this happening during a certain event that dominated November) and the lovely Michael B. Jordan. Can't get enough of us? Check out @dtcbspodcast, @majkahahn and @yazmineloma…
 
How was your Halloween? Spooky? Socially distanced? Good! If your November is looking less so (read: a lot more stressful) channel your energy into learning about the current protests in Poland or aquatic mystery n Ireland. Reading Catch and Kill by Ronan Farrow (to skip this discussion, go to: 8:15) All Adults Here by Emma Straub Watching Deaf U (…
 
It's officially fall, y'all! If you're interested in learning more about the best season, you'll love this month's pop culture segment in which Yaz covers pumpkin spice lattes and Christian Girl Autumn. And if being knowledgable and informed about the election process is on your fall to-do list, Majka's got your back with a politics portion that di…
 
As the wonderful and wise Taylor Swift once said: August slipped away like a bottle of wine. So here we are, already talkin’ all about the month of August 2020! Listen to hear us discus the legacy and influence of Shirley Chisholm, the viral power of that Strawberry Dress, and exciting new media bits like Nice White Parents, Boys State, and I May D…
 
We hope this episode *finds you well in these unprecedented times* and, y’know, that you like it! If you do and you want more Different Things Can Be Sad in your life, make sure to follow our podcast Instagram @dtcbspodcast, as well as our personal accounts @yazminelomax and @msclearwater. Reading On Beauty by Zadie Smith Black Sunday by Tola Rotim…
 
Welcome to the second half of 2020! Here's hoping act two has more happiness in store for us than the first did, hey? This month we're returning to our regular Politics and Pop Culture format, as well as providing you with a BLM focused Reading, Watching and Listening. Bon app the teeth! Reading *Got some bookshop.org links for ya, not affiliate li…
 
This month, we're asking you to use the time you'd normally spend listening to Different Things Can Be Sad consuming a different podcast (or podcasts!). Our recommendations are a mixture of podcasts that focus on anti-racism, and ones that are fun listens by amazing Black creators. We are excited to join you on this important listening journey! 161…
 
Hold up: it’s (gonna be) May already? April 2020 passed in a bit of a blur so this month we’re talking all things April 1920 because...well, why the heck not? Get ready to hear Majka discuss some significant political events from 100 years ago, and Yaz dissect the juicy pop culture happenings of the time. Plus… IT’S OUR SECOND BIRTHDAY! Different T…
 
YOU GUYS! March has been...well, rough. It's been scary. It's been emotional. It's been looooong. So that's why we're breaking from our usual formula to bring you Pandemic Support Group, a very special episode designed to get you through this spell at home. Think of it as both an audio hug and your go-to guide to beating boredom. And remember: if w…
 
It's us again, folks! This February we're discussing the Wet'suwet'en pipeline protests in Canada and the forthcoming Friends reunion. Plus, in news that will surprise exactly zero loyal listeners, we read books with feminist themes and listened to the new Strokes songs so you'll get to hear our take on those too! Reading Conversations With Friends…
 
Happy 2020! It's a new year and a decade but the same old Majka and Yaz are back to break down the latest in politics and pop culture for you. This month, Majka teaches a masterclass on the concept of royals in light of #Megxit, while Yaz discusses the road to a potential Brad Pitt/Jennifer Aniston reunion. Oh, and there is definitely a Lorde singa…
 
It's our last episode of 2019 and it is, if we do say so ourselves, a cracker! This month we finally got our long-awaited reunion in New York City and are proud to present the Watching and Listening that occurred there. We're also giving you the story behind *that* J.K. Rowling tweet as well as a rundown of all the big breakup, engagement and baby …
 
It’s our November episode already which begs the question: 2019 where are you going? This month, we’re reflecting on the surge of strategic voting and a viral Twitter take down while being very very excited about our upcoming IRL reunion. Reading One Day In December by Josie Silver Watching The Irishman (now on Netflix) Parasite Listening Blossoms …
 
Did you have a swell spooky szn? We sure did and are ready to share our favourite bits of it with y’all1 We've also got your regular programming of politics and pop culture so buckle up and get ready to learn about all things Ruth Bader Ginsburg and R-Patz this episode. Reading The Rest of the Story by Sarah Dessen Watching Fleabag Live The Politic…
 
Happy Struggling Girl Fall! It's a term we've just made up that we think accurately describes the metaphorical mountain we had to climb to put our September 2019 episode together but HERE WE ARE! Please enjoy learning about the history of blackface and the end of aspiration. Please. It'll make our struggle worth it. Reading The Light We Lost by Jil…
 
Did you have an awesome August? Did you drink awesome shooters and listen to awesome music and then just sit around and soak up each other's awesomeness? Or did you end the month wanting to know more about the protests in Hong Kong and Disney's growing influence in the entertainment world? Then you've come to the right place! Reading Red, White And…
 
Happy Hot Girl Summer! This month, we're bringing you politics and pop-culture updates inspired by our summer activities i.e. Majka went to a wedding so is keen to educate y'all on the politics of marriage, while Yaz watched a whole heap of TV and needs to dissect the off-screen relationship between Riverdale co-stars immediately. Watching The Fare…
 
Jumping Joe Bidens (or Jonas Brothers, whatever floats your boat) - HOW are we already halfway through 2019? It’s been a helluva year so far and Month Six has been no exception. In this episode, Majka explains an under-reported situation in the Middle East while Yaz dissects the cultural importance of Keanu Reeves through the lens of Internet Boyfr…
 
Justin Timberlake once (pretty much) said, “It’s gonna be May” so we think it’s only right to honour this very significant month with a fan-freaking-tastic episode of Different Things Can Be Sad. This time, Majka and Yaz are joined by Audrey The Dog to break down the politics of Pride Month and dissect the popularity of Old Town Road. Reading ‘Fait…
 
This month we gon' party like it's our birthday because it really is our birthday! That's right, April 2019 marks one whole year of DTCBS *screams while flapping hands* To celebrate, we're doing a lil giveaway over on the 'gram (https://www.instagram.com/dtcbspodcast/) and chatting about women's health care and Taylor Swift 7! Reading The Great Bel…
 
March 2019 was a busy one: we read lots of books, watched lots of movies and TV shows, listened to lots of sweet jams, and learnt lots about Wangari Maathai and the closure of Victoria’s Centre For Youth Literature. Come join us on another educational journey - it’s like The Magic School Bus but for your ears! Reading Normal People by Sally Rooney …
 
Freaky Friday is a 2003 American fantasy comedy film directed by - wait. Sorry. Wrong media production. While we are neither Jamie Lee Curtis nor Lindsay Lohan, this month we are presenting to you a body swap story of sorts; Yaz takes over politics, Majka takes over pop culture and you (yes, YOU!) get to learn how Gina Martin changed the law on ups…
 
And so this is 2019! We’re back and chatting about elections coming up around the world this year, as well as analysing our obsession with Caroline Calloway and Fyre Festival Reading Patron Saint of Liars by Ann Patchett Truly Devious by Maureen Johnson Talent by Juliet Lapidos Watching The Favourite Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse The Marvelous …
 
Happy New Year! In this surprise episode of Different Things Can Be Sad, Majka and Yaz look back on the year that was 2018 - from the best of Reading, Watching and Listening to the political and pop culture moments that shaped the tumultuous 12 months Show Notes Yaz’s 2018 playlist: https://open.spotify.com/user/yazminel/playlist/6arRibHkKosfDsI3Ro…
 
From climate change to Christmas movies, Majka and Yaz are covering it all in the December episode of Different Things Can Be Sad Reading Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng Hayley Glatter’s What’s The Scoop? newsletter: https://tinyletter.com/hayleyglatter Shameless podcast Shameless Recommendations newsletter: https://tinyletter.com/ShamelessPo…
 
What have you been up to this November? Majka and Yaz have been busy little bumble bees working on papers and visiting cool cities but have squeezed in some time to talk about the new political force that is Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the bizarre world of Goop gift guides. Reading Eat Drink: https://www.eatdrinkmorningtonpeninsula.com.au Thanks, …
 
Majka and Yaz are here to brighten up the grim current climate with talk of women’s suffrage and babies! Reading I’ll Be Gone In The Dark by Michelle McNamara An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green (The Fog in San Fran is called Karl : https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/capital-weather-gang/wp/2016/05/20/pic-of-the-week-san-franciscos-fog-ha…
 
If you like fierce ladies, you’re going to love this month’s episode of Different Things Can Be Sad. Majka and Yaz cover everything from Ann Patchett and To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before (yup, again), to Australian politics and that fashion week fall out. Reading Truth and Beauty by Ann Patchett Sharp: The Women Who Made An Art Of Having An Opinio…
 
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