Sunday Brunch

Sunday Brunch: Invisible cities

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4 March 2018

47 minutes

We explore concepts of the ideal city with former Tate curator Flavia Frigeri. We visit a royal art collection. Damien Rudd tells us about the saddest place names in the world, and we try some Hong Kong brunch. Plus: Cornelia Meyer reads the weekend papers.

4 March 2018

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Chapter 1

Invisible Cities: Architecture of Line

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Former Tate curator Flavia Frigeri explores concepts of the ideal city in her new exhibition.

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Charles I: king and collector

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King Charles I amassed one of the most extraordinary art collections of his age. The Royal Academy of Arts gave us the opportunity to see it.

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Weekend Read – Damien Rudd

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Damien Rudd tells us about the saddest place names in the world – as featured in his book ‘Sad Topographies’.

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Hong Kong brunch

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The founder of Bun House and Tea Room talks us through their new Hong Kong-inspired brunch menu.

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