Sunday Brunch

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29 July 2018

Episode 1

55 minutes

We speak to composer Keith Burstein on his politically charged work, and to one of the oldest art shippers in London. Plus: feline literature, weekend papers and chef Aurelie Altemaire.

29 July 2018

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Chapter 1

Political opera

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Composer Keith Burstein is well known for his political operatic work – we discuss his career.

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Chapter 2

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Art shipping

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Gander & White is one of London’s oldest art shippers. It is celebrating its 85th year – we meet the team.

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Chapter 3

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Weekend read: cat books

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We discuss cat-related literature with cat behaviourist and groomer Anita Kelsey, and former foreign affairs journalist Alan S Cowell.

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Chapter 4

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Paper review with Marie Billon

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The journalist for French media joins us in the studio to go through a hefty stack of the weekend’s papers.

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Chapter 5

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The female chef

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Aurelie Altemaire is tired of being defined as a ‘female’ chef, she just wants to be seen for her talents – we discuss.

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