The Peach Test That’s Dividing The Internet

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Published Aug 15, 2022, 6:53 AM

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Holly is back from holidays and has a lot of books she wants you to read, but that’s beside the point. And on the show today, we’re talking about the peach test that’s dividing the internet, and no, it’s not about an actual peach. 

Plus, you might have seen the name Salman Rushdie making headlines over the weekend, due to pretty horrific circumstances. So, why was this author targeted?

And the improbable return of the cleanse.

The End Bits:

RECOMMENDATIONS: 

Here are all the books that Holly wants you to read:

French Braid by Anne Tyler
Before You Knew My Name by Jacqueline Bubblitz 
Girl A by Abigail Dean

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Hosts: Jessie Stephens, Mia Freedman, Holly Wainwright 

Executive Producer: Lize Ratliff

Audio Producer: Leah Porges

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