Saifan: Can I reconcile myself with entertainment?




Attention spoilers!

A lot of ink has already been poured, but one thing is clear. Two Summers, the new fantasy series on One touches a nerve. For some, this is a slap in the face to the all-encompassing “me too” debate, while others believe we shouldn’t treat literature with too much fiction.



The question is: Can you turn on a socially sensitive topic like a thriller novel on a Sunday evening? We talk about it with media editor Catherine De Kock and weekly journalist Philip Rogers.

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credits
journalist Catherine de Kock, Philip Rogers | Power point Liz Bundwell | editorial Liz Bundwell, Finn Dylan | Final editing Finn Dylan | sound production Joris Van Dam | Music Brecht Plaschaert | chef audio notation Bart Dobellaray | additional audio clips Tom Linerts Interview – Cinevox, “Two Summers” – VRT NU, Youtube, “Der Ondergang”, “You’re Safe With Me” – Wim Helsen, “Promising Young Woman”, I May Destroy You”, “Alex Agnew”, Stephen Fry

About this broadcast
This was Radar, de Standard’s weekly cultural podcast. Thank you for listening. You can respond via [email protected]. Radar also collects cultural advice on De Standaard Weekblad and in the De Standaard news app. We will be back next week..

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