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The Monocle Arts Review - latest episodes
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A private episode for club members only.
The 'Telegraph' film critic gives us his Oscar predictions, as well as reviewing 'A Cure for Wellness' and 'Certain Women'.
Reviews of the latest releases by Howard Cunnell, Jaqueline Woodson and Mohsin Hamid.
Reviews of ‘Supergirl’, Australian show ‘Please Like Me’ and ‘The Golden Girls’ (now that it’s streaming on Hulu).
A review of the latest country releases by Nikki Lane, Little Bandit and Whitney Rose.
Ossian Ward reviews two UK pop-artist blockbusters: David Hockney at the Tate Britain and Eduardo Paolozzi at the Whitechapel Gallery.
Jason Solomons reviews ‘Moonlight’, ‘Hidden Figures’ and ‘The Founder’.
John Mitchinson reviews the latest book releases by Clover Stroud, Viet Thanh Nguyen and Jacob Polley.
Dominic Maxwell reviews the latest from London’s theatres, including ‘The Glass Menagerie’, ‘The Pitchfork Disney’ and ‘Beware of Pity’.
Laura Snapes reviews the latest releases by US electropop band Muna, Swedish musician Jens Lekman and the experimental Mega Bog.
Francesca Gavin reviews ‘Myths of the Marble’ in Oslo, Wolfgang Tillmans in London and Omer Fast in Berlin.
This week we review ‘Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk’ and ‘20th Century Women’, and preview the Berlin Film Festival.
Author and critic Cathy Rentzenbrink joins us in the studio to talk through memoirs by writers Howard Cunnell and Clover Stroud, as well as the latest novel by 'The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas' author John Boyne.
Alice Vincent, arts and entertainment writer for ‘The Telegraph’, joins Tom Edwards in the studio to discuss Netflix’s latest original cannibalistic comedy ‘Santa Clarita Diet’ and Hulu’s cult drama ‘The Path’.
In this week’s music review, broadcaster and DJ Nick Luscombe brings in the latest music by London four-piece Hejira, American-Japanese trio Halo Orbit and Hot Chip drummer Pillow Person.
We round up the art shows to see in London this week at Victoria Miro, Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert and Whitechapel gallery.