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291 1 Feb 2015

Friday 30 January: 

Musician Chilly Gonzales joins Andrew Tuck and Robert Bound to discuss his new tracks inspired by Henry III, John McEnroe and others. Plus the history of cotton and art from the Middle East.

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290 25 Jan 2015

We meet the author of the award-winning play ‘Liberian Girl’, Gerard Russell discusses his new book ‘Heirs to Forgotten Kingdoms: Journeys into the Disappearing Religions of the Middle East’, and we’re joined by the editor and publisher of ‘Guantánamo Diary’.

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289 18 Jan 2015

We meet authors John and Jack Sutherland, journey into the world of everyday risk with Polly Morlan and ask Fatos Ustek to explain her ‘Fig-2’ project at London's ICA.

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288 11 Jan 2015

Artists Rob and Nick Carter explain their solo show Chinese Whispers, editor Joe Warwick discusses the new edition of Where Chefs Eat, and we explore art in post-Soviet states with Josephine Burton.

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287 4 Jan 2015

Andrew Tuck and Robert Bound are joined by Professor Robert Tombs, who explains the turbulent and multifaceted history of the English, the duo also delve into the past of London’s Old Vic theatre with author Terry Coleman, and meet film-critic Anna Smith.

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286 28 Dec 2014

Andrew Tuck and Rob Bound meet The Rolling Stones photographer Gered Mankowitz, talk to Ziauddin Sardar about his new book on Mecca and get Peter York’s New Year's Eve do’s and don’ts.

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285 21 Dec 2014

James Ferguson from London's Beagle restaurant explains the perfect Christmas dinner and Eden Collinsworth discusses her career as a publisher and etiquette expert. Plus: Taschen's Nina Wiener on Norman Mailer's coverage of John F Kennedy's presidential campaign.

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284 14 Dec 2014

Our original Sunday show is hosted by Robert Bound and Andrew Tuck, covering key interviews of the week and looking ahead to the next seven days.

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283 7 Dec 2014

Andrew Tuck and Tom Edwards meet Anne Wojcicki, co-founder of 23andMe, to discuss the future of private medical provisions and there’s also a visit from one of Colombia’s most revered novelists, Tomás González. Plus, musicians Orphy Robinson and Paul Bradshaw assess John Coltrane's jazz masterpiece, A Love Supreme, 50 years since it was first recorded.

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282 30 Nov 2014

Tom Edwards and Andrew Tuck celebrate the radical nudes of Egon Schiele as they meet the curator behind an exhibition of his work. We also discover how the North Sea helped give rise to the modern world and talk great resignations with writer Matt Potter.

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281 23 Nov 2014

Andrew Tuck and Robert Bound hear from the author of a new book putting psychoanalyst Sabina Spielrein in the limelight and meet Damon Murray to discuss Fuel's Russian criminal tattoo archive. Plus: photographer Abbie Trayler-Smith gives us a snapshot of her work.

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280 16 Nov 2014

Andrew Tuck and Robert Bound meet advertising luminary and AMV co-founder Peter Mead as he explains why it pays to be nice in business. Plus: the 19th-century inventions that didn't change the world and an appreciation of Brazilian art.

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