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The Monocle Arts Review, 92

Tuesday 7 July

Music writer David Stubbs and Monocle’s Andrew Mueller discuss an eclectic selection of music releases, encompassing new works of ambient electronica, modern Glaswegian folk and a collaboration between The Long Lost Band…

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Culture with Rob Bound, 195

Monday 6 July

Arifa Akbar, literary editor of ‘The Independent’, and John Mitchinson, founder of Unbound publishers, join Robert Bound in the studio to discuss the titles they are most looking forward to getting stuck in to on their…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 91

Monday 6 July

Photography critic Sue Steward talks us through the latest exhibition at the Wapping Project Bankside, a show of Raymond Cauchetier’s work at the James Hyman Gallery and ‘Fresh Faced + Wild Eyed’, a collection of pictures…

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The Stack, 149

Saturday 4 July

Tom Edwards reviews a healthy stack of new issues with Patrick Burgoyne, editor of Creative Review, plus Fernando Augusto Pacheco speaks to the editor of a new erotica title NIN (Naked for No Reason) from Brazil.

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The Sessions at Midori House, 18

Saturday 4 July

American musician Weyes Blood performs three stunning tracks for us, explains how her nomadic life has inspired her music and why it is important to think through your head attire before you get on stage.

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The Monocle Arts Review, 90

Friday 3 July

Monocle’s Gillian Dobias and Tim Robey, film critic for ‘The Telegraph’, discuss the sequels that have hit the screens this week: ‘Magic Mike XXL’ and Terminator Genisys’. Plus we talk about Asif Kapadia’s much-anticipated…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 89

Thursday 2 July

Fleur Macdonald, editor of The Omnivore literary website reviews two novels: Louis de Bernières’ latest, ‘The Dust that Falls From Dreams’ and Algerian writer Kamel Daoud’s debut ‘The Meursault Investigation’, which picks…

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Wednesday 1 July

Dominic Maxwell, chief theatre critic for 'The Times', runs through a triple bill of plays on in London this summer. At the Phoenix Theatre we’ll see how 'Bend it Like Beckham' scores against the original film, we’ll dis…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 87

Tuesday 30 June

Luke Turner, associate editor of the Quietus, talks us through new album releases from Finnish synth-pop-maker Jaakko Eino Kalevi and the producer credited with pioneering footwork music in Chicago: RP Boo. Plus we’ll find…

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Culture with Rob Bound, 194

Monday 29 June

Tim Robey, film critic for 'The Daily Telegraph' and David Jenkins, editor of 'Little White Lies' magazine join Robert Bound in the studio to review what's on the silver screen over the coming months, from big-budget blo…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 86

Monday 29 June

Robert Bound whizzes around a trio of new exhibitions in Europe with art critic and curator Francesca Gavin. Together they see work by Haroon Mirza at Museum Tinguely in Basel, a John Waters show at Sprüth Magers in London…

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The Stack, 148

Saturday 27 June

Tyler Brûlé talks about the most vital of materials, paper, with John Haslam, managing director of paper specialists and suppliers GF Smith and Ben Parker, director of design studio Made Thought. We also hear about Steve…

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The Sessions at Midori House, 17

Saturday 27 June

Sarah Cracknell is best known as the front woman of St Etienne but just ahead of a short tour with her band she has found the time to release her second solo album ‘Red Kite’. On this week’s show she performs tracks from…

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Weekend Agenda

Friday 26 June

This week on The Monocle Arts Review we’ve enjoyed a new take on the classic Western, the best in Greek and Cypriot art and a fond look back to 1990s New York. Read up and listen in.

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