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119 20 Jan 2014
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A special extended interview with 20th-century pop culture icon Boy George. We also find out what constitutes German design with Rolf Sachs in Köln and discuss the Norwegian TV export making its way to a screen near you soon. Plus: is London Art Fair stepping up now Frieze is stripping back?

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118 13 Jan 2014
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Robert Bound takes a walk in space with Nelly Ben Hayoun, meets Grammy-nominated singer Gregory Porter for this week’s Midori House session, and visits the team attempting to archive the entire internet.

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117 6 Jan 2014
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2014 preview: Robert Bound is joined by Lisa Campbell, Jason Woods and Simon Prosser to predict the films, books, TV and music to look out for over the coming year.

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116 30 Dec 2013
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The best of Culture from 2013: Robert Bound takes a look back at the highlights from the past 12 months of the show.

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115 23 Dec 2013
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Christmas special: Robert Bound looks at the business of 25 December, analysing advertising campaigns in Australia, the US, Spain and the UK. Plus, some stops at independent record stores around the world to hear what’s decorating their seasonal displays.

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114 16 Dec 2013
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We head to Brisbane for the Asia Pacific Screen Awards film awards, chat with Sonic Youth guitar-man-gone-solo Lee Ranaldo, hear why music website Pitchfork is branching into print, and ask how you put a former Eastern bloc nation back on the musical touring map.

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113 9 Dec 2013
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This is just a tribute: A look at the strange world of musical impersonators with journalist Alex Godfrey, Tribfest-founder Ed Faulkner, we meet the Canadian all-female Weezer – “Sheezer”, hear from Italy’s ball-breaking AC/DC stand-ins, speak to an Argentinian Freddie Mercury, and enjoy a live Midori House session from Oasis-a-likes, Noasis.

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112 2 Dec 2013
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François Ozon talks to Robert Bound about his new film, we meet Argentina’s Eduardo Stupia ahead of Art Basel Miami and discuss America’s dirty wars with investigative reporter and subject of a new documentary, Jeremy Scahill. Plus a DIY music chat with Kristin Hersh and tracks from Helsinki act Phantom.

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111 25 Nov 2013
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We visit Rough Trade’s new store in New York, ask Celeste Headlee why she's campaigning for a radio show dedicated entirely to the middle states of the US, and discuss the merits of infographics with David McCandless.

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110 18 Nov 2013
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Highlights from Paris Photo, an exclusive peek at the couldn’t-be-newer Jumex Museum in Mexico City and a chat with South African Nobel Laureate Nadine Gordimer as she approaches her 90th birthday.

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109 11 Nov 2013
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The latest Israeli TV series set to go international from the INTV conference in Jerusalem, we see what the art world is up to at Artissima in Turin and Art Taipei, and enjoy a session from country singer Slaid Cleaves.

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108 4 Nov 2013
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We ask how you design a space for selling art with the architect behind the new Bonhams headquarters, enjoy a music session from Brazilian singer Thais Gulin, and stop off at the Taichung Jazz Festival in Taiwan.

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