Sunday Brunch 2: California Designing
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20 August 2017
We head to the Design Museum to learn about its new exhibition California: Designing Freedom, explore Leonard Cohen’s life with Kieron Matthew Banerji and sample ice-cream sundaes in north London. All that before we go through a huge helping of broadsheets from around the world with Jonathan Fenby.
20 August 2017
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