Isle of Dogs
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2 April 2018
In the first episode of our brand-new revamped culture show we take Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’ for a walk with film critic for ‘The Telegraph’ Tim Robey and ‘It’s Nice That’ design writer Jenny Brewer.
2 April 2018
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