A Night In with Olivia Petter
Interviewed by journalist and author Nell Frizzell, to mark the publication of Millennial Love
The ‘stream and book’ package includes a unique ticket for the stream, and a copy of Millennial Love, worth £12.99, deliverable to any UK or International address. The 'Stream' package consists of a ticket to the live stream only.
For one night only the event will initially be broadcast on 09 July at 18:30 UK time. It will be available to view up to a week after the event has ended and can be accessed Worldwide. If you live in a time zone that does not suit the initial broadcast time you can watch it at any point after the initial showing for one week.
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Join journalist and broadcaster Olivia Petter as she explores the questions, quirks and anxieties that consume the contemporary dating landscape.
In her new book, Millennial Love, which is based on her chart-topping podcast of the same name, Olivia expands on the issues discussed on the show, including why contraception is a feminist issue, how dating apps have altered our understanding of attraction, and how 'Love Island' became the unlikely lens through which the consequences of so many of these things were exposed.
Join Olivia in conversation as she interrogates the specific impacts of social media, including read receipt anxiety, why we need to rethink our relationship with porn, and the significance of ‘sliding into someone’s DMs’. She’ll also scrutinise the myths surrounding modern romance and ask why, despite having endless technology designed to aid communication, it’s harder to meet someone now than ever before.
Don’t miss this insightful and heart-warming event exploring modern dating in a unique way.
'A mouthpiece for our anxieties and a tonic for our hearts.' Charly Cox
‘Funny and honest.’ Pandora Sykes
‘Olivia Petter is a great journalist and a sharp-eyed chronicler of modern life. She offers readers of all stripes and ages a great overview of relationships in the digital era’. Matt Haig