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The Monocle Arts Review, 356

25 July 2016

We take a look at David Bowie’s art collection as it goes up for sale at Sotheby’s. Plus: we visit some of London’s top art shows, including Yayoi Kusama at the Victoria Miro Gallery, William Eggleston at the National…

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Meet the Writers, 33

23 July 2016

Georgina Godwin has the Demon Dog himself on the other side of the microphone. James Ellroy, master of noir crime fiction, talks about his work and intriguing – and at times horrific – backstory. He also tells us how God…

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The Stack, 204

23 July 2016

We meet the editor of ‘Positive’ magazine Giacomo Cosua, hear from Monocle correspondent Tom Burges Watson on the new kiosks in Paris and speak to Angharad Lewis, author of a new book on how to publish a magazine.

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The Cinema Show, 33

22 July 2016

Darting through the hallways of the British Museum and over the rooftop of Scotland Yard, we present a tour of Alfred Hitchcock’s London. Plus: jazz composer David Braid’s soundtrack to the Chet Baker biopic ‘Born to be…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 355

22 July 2016

Elizabeth Wood, director of the Bertha DocHouse at the Curzon cinema in Bloomsbury, joins us in the studio to talk us through this weekend’s collaboration with the Sheffield Doc/Fest.

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The Monocle Arts Review, 354

21 July 2016

We review ‘The Tidal Zone’, the latest novel by Sarah Moss, take a look at a set of poems written by Michel Faber and released under the name ‘Undying: A Love Story’, and discuss the life of Lieutenant Colonel Tom Carew as…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 353

20 July 2016

Monocle 24’s Fernando Augusto Pacheco rounds up the shows that have piqued his interest on the Brazilian small screen recently – and we discuss upcoming coverage of the Olympics.

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The Monocle Arts Review, 352

19 July 2016

We discuss the latest singles by electronica artist Floating Points and London soul singer Eska, as well as taking a look at the recently reissued debut album by Brazilian funk group Banda Black Rio.

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Culture with Robert Bound, 249

18 July 2016

When journalists, columnists and commentators have news flying at them from all angles, and it feels a little bit like the world is going mad, how do they begin to make sense of it all and mould it into thoughtful prose?…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 351

18 July 2016

Ossian Ward, head of content at the Lisson Gallery, rounds up this year’s Liverpool Biennial and Moscow International Biennale for Young Art.

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Meet the Writers, 32

16 July 2016

Booker Prize winner James Kelman has been described as the most influential novelist of the postwar period. He talks about his new book ‘Dirt Road’, which explores the brevity of life, the agonising demands of love, the…

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The Stack, 203

16 July 2016

On this week’s episode of ‘The Stack’ we sit down with Steven Gregor, editor of ‘Gym Class’ – a magazine about magazines. Plus: a Belgian publication dedicated to raising the country’s spirits after recent difficult times…

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The Sessions at Midori House, 72

16 July 2016

Norwegian singer-songwriter Moddi performs tracks from his album ‘Unsongs’, a collection of 12 covers that have been banned in 12 different countries.

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