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Meet the Writers, 64

25 February 2017

On ‘Meet The Writers’ this week Georgina Godwin meets Steve Crawshaw, senior advisor at Amnesty International, to discuss his most recent book ‘Street Spirit: The Power of Protest and Mischief’.

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The Stack, 235

25 February 2017

We celebrate 10 years of Monocle and meet the editor in chief of ‘M, Le Magazine du Monde’.

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The Cinema Show, 64

24 February 2017

We look at the sensational ‘Moonlight’ and its creators Barry Jenkins and Tarrell Alvin McCraney. Plus: Xavier Dolan discusses his latest film ‘It’s Only the End of the World’ and we examine the colourful dreams of Italian…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 510

24 February 2017

The 'Telegraph' film critic gives us his Oscar predictions, as well as reviewing 'A Cure for Wellness' and 'Certain Women'.

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The Cinema Show, BONUS – Patriots Day

23 February 2017

Sergeant Jeffrey Pugliese found himself face to face with one of the Boston Marathon bombers during a police operation following the attack. He recalls his story as depicted in the new film ‘Patriot's Day’, in which he’s…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 508

22 February 2017

Reviews of ‘Supergirl’, Australian show ‘Please Like Me’ and ‘The Golden Girls’ (now that it’s streaming on Hulu).

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Culture with Robert Bound, 280

20 February 2017

Once a month this show will bring together two people linked by profession, passion or friendship. To kick things off we invited in Will Hodgkinson, chief music critic for ‘The Times’, and Tom Hodgkinson, the writer, critic…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 506

20 February 2017

Ossian Ward reviews two UK pop-artist blockbusters: David Hockney at the Tate Britain and Eduardo Paolozzi at the Whitechapel Gallery.

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Meet the Writers, 63

18 February 2017

Born in Germany in the 1950s with Bengali ancestry, Steven Uhly is no stranger to racism. But his Spanish stepfather enriched him with the culture of Spain and life in Köln made him feel as German as the rest of the city’s…

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The Stack, 234

18 February 2017

We speak to Taschen’s Julius Wiedemann about his book ‘National Geographic Infographics’. Plus: a look at Italian weekly ‘Panorama’.

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