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Meet the Writers, 43

1 October 2016

Author and illustrator Judith Kerr has captured the heart of countless children with her books, including ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ and the ‘Mog the Friendly Cat’ series. She was born in 1923 and after escaping Nazi…

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The Stack, 214

1 October 2016

We welcome Rob Orchard, editor of ‘Delayed Gratification’, and interview Steven Gregor, editor of ‘Gym Class Magazine’.

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The Sessions at Midori House, 83

1 October 2016

Back in 2014, New Zealander Tiny Ruins – otherwise known as Hollie Fullbrook – came to Midori House armed with an acoustic guitar to play a beautiful set of songs from her album ‘Brightly Painted One’. We revisit the per…

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The Cinema Show, 43

30 September 2016

Are film-makers and audiences afraid of taking risks? We ask Elliot Grove, founder of the Raindance Film Festival. We also recall a US president who was never far from the nuclear codes and take a look at pre-fame James…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 405

30 September 2016

David Jenkins, the editor of ‘Little White Lies’, talks us through the week’s film releases, including fantastical castaway adventure ‘Swiss Army Man’, oil-rig drama ‘Deepwater Horizon’ and Iranian horror movie ‘Under the…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 404

29 September 2016

Sarah Shaffi, online editor for ‘The Bookseller’, discusses some of her favourite upcoming titles, including ‘Another Day in the Death of America’ by Gary Younge, ‘The Underground Railroad’ by Colson Whitehead and ‘Hag…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 403

28 September 2016

Theatre critic Matt Wolf rounds up London’s latest on-stage offerings, including ‘Imogen’ at the Globe, Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Patrick Stewart in ‘No Man’s Land’ and ‘Jess and Joe Forever’ at the Orange Tree Theatre.

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The Monocle Arts Review, 402

27 September 2016

We check out the latest tunes from Warpaint, Lady Gaga and Cherry Glazerr with Alice Vincent, arts and entertainment writer for ‘The Telegraph’.

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Culture with Robert Bound, 259

26 September 2016

We take a look at the relationship between the arts and gentrification in Madrid, Belgrade and London. Are artistic communities the driving force behind new neighbourhoods or is it the developers? And how well do the two…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 401

26 September 2016

Jane Morris, editor at large at ‘The Art Newspaper’, drops by to give us the lowdown on London’s art shows.

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Meet the Writers, 42

24 September 2016

In the final instalment of our two-part series featuring the critically acclaimed author of ‘Bright Lights, Big City’, Jay McInerney, we hear about his children, the parallels between his writing and personal life and the…

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The Stack, 213

24 September 2016

We welcome Simon Esterson, art director of ‘Eye’ magazine, and speak with the editor of new men’s title ‘Zeitmagazin Mann’ from the publishers of ‘Die Zeit’.

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The Sessions at Midori House, 82

24 September 2016

Ala.ni is a UK singer who makes music with a dash of vintage cinema. This year she released her album ‘You+I’, a series of song about her past relationships. She visits the Midori House studios to play from the album and…

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