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An Intimate Look At The Friendship Of Annabel Crabb and Leigh Sales 

They have one of the most popular podcasts in the country, bestselling books and three Walkleys between them. As their success continues to skyrocket, Crabb and Sales open up about the friendship that started it all.

By Natalie Cornish

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They have one of the most popular podcasts in the country, bestselling books and three Walkleys between them. As their success continues to skyrocket, Crabb and Sales open up about the friendship that started it all.

By Natalie Cornish

Annabel Crabb and Leigh Sales aren’t your average double act. For a start, they are ABC’s star presenters with three Walkleys between them. They’ve interviewed Prime Ministers (including a very hungover Boris Johnson), covered the biggest stories both at home and abroad and written bestselling books. 

But, to the ‘chatters’ in their 36,000-member-strong Facebook group, they are the voices behind their favourite “peripatetic podcast” Chat 10 Looks 3. What started as a hilarious and honest conversation about books, TV and cooking has gone “absolutely berserk”, regularly topping 100,000 downloads a week and bringing the pair to a whole new female audience.

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Leigh Sales: “Margaret Atwood’s new book, The Testaments, which I got a sneaky advanced copy of. It is really good and touches on the characters in The Handmaid’s Tale. It’s really riveting.”

Annabel Crabb: “Fleishman Is In Trouble by Taffy Brodesser-Akner. It’s fascinating with a superb twist. Also loved Three Women by Lisa Taddeo. Not to be outdone by Sales, I got an advanced copy of Charlotte Woods’ new book, The Weekend. It is the most lovingly precise and insightful and funny and sad examination of female friendship, something that is so rarely examined in fiction. She has absolutely nailed it. It’s a great, great book.”

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