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Engender Recommends 2021

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This year we've had the pleasure of talking to some brilliant people for our On the Engender podcast, and we ask each of the guests for a recommendation at the end of the episode. There have been loads of great reading recommendations this year, plus things to watch and listen to, and some bonus animal content!

Here's what's been recommended in 2021:




Things to do

Just for fun

We hope you find something in this list to keep you entertained over the winter break, however you are spending it.

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