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Pick of the Podcasts: Awards Chatter, Gay Pride and Prejudice, Dynasty by Vanity Fair

© SYSTEMSarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall in Sex and the City
Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall in Sex and the City

We can’t get enough of Hollywood stars at loggerheads with each other, whether it’s macho feuds like Vin Diesel and The Rock, pop star grudges like Taylor Swift and Katy Perry or even award show tantrums like Chris Rock and Will Smith.

Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall’s fallout supposedly originated when the former landed a huge pay rise for Sex And The City’s second series.

There was a rift when Cattrall refused to participate in a third spin-off movie, and Cattrall has occasionally been vocal about the dispute.

“I really think she could have been nicer. I don’t know what her issue is, I never have,” said Cattrall in 2018. Parker then offered her condolences following the death of her co-star’s brother, to which Cattrall replied on Instagram: “You are not my family. You are not my friend.” Ouch.

Publicly, Parker has played down the feud, and she attempted to do so once more on the excellent Awards Chatter.

“There is not a fight going on,” said Parker. “There has been no public dispute or spat or conversations or allegations made by me or anybody on my behalf. I wouldn’t do it. That is not the way I would have it. So I just wish that they would stop calling this a ‘catfight’ or an ‘argument,’ because it doesn’t reflect actuality – there has been one person talking.”

Ooft. Strong “definitely not bothered” vibes, there.

Awards Chatter, from LA entertainment bible Hollywood Reporter, interviewed Parker about a host of subjects, and it’s worth listening to that episode, just as it is their others.

Previously host Scott Feinberg has interviewed Courtney Cox, Penelope Cruz, Jodie Comer and a host of other names. Many of these interviews generate the headlines you read; get in there first and listen at source.

Dynasty by Vanity Fair

Got Platinum Jubilee withdrawal? US magazine Vanity Fair examines the royal family through this podcast with writers Katie Nicholl and Erin Vanderhoof.

They re-examine the complex, sometimes fiery family dynamics – from the intimate side of the Queen’s reign to Harry and Meghan’s royal split to Prince Andrew’s shameful scandal, with razor-sharp insights, fresh reportage and exclusive guests.

Gay Pride And Prejudice

It’s Pride Month so why not give this fun show from Modern Family’s Jesse Tyler Ferguson a go?

In this modern interpretation of the Jane Austen classic, Bennet, a 30-something, non-committal gay man struggles to find belonging when his chosen family suddenly begins coupling up and settling down.

Can he find love? Probably, yes. Should be fun finding out how, though.