Highlights from Monocle 24
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19 December 2021
Food historian Annie Gray discusses her new book ‘At Christmas We Feast: Festive Food Through the Ages’. We sit down with Italian director Paolo Sorrentino to hear about his new film ‘The Hand of God’. And Craig Glenday, editor in chief of ‘Guinness World Records’, reveals how he keeps the brand fresh.
19 December 2021
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