Thursday 6 October
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6 October 2016
In this special edition we broadcast live from Frieze Masters in Regent’s Park. Joining Robert Bound in the Reading Room is legendary auctioneer Simon de Pury, art dealer Kathlene Fox Davies and the Museum of Everything’s James Brett.
6 October 2016
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