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The Monocle Arts Review - latest episodes
Theatre critic Matt Wolf and writer Lucy Jones join Matt Alagiah in the studio to review this week’s West End and TV shows, we head to Amsterdam to learn about a recently solved art heist and we speak to one of the creative…
We get this week’s film, podcast and art picks from critics Tim Robey, Pete Naughton and Jane Morris, and we head to Austin, Texas, to find out the music acts to watch at this year’s SXSW showcase.
This week we review March’s book releases with John Mitchinson, co-founder of Unbound, and Anne Meadows, commissioning editor at Granta and Portobello. Plus: we preview this month’s must-see TV with John Doyle of Toronto’s…
Robert Bound is joined by film critic Jason Solomons and Alice Vincent, arts and entertainment writer for ‘The Telegraph’, to talk Oscars and this week’s film and album releases. Plus: we take a trip to Rio to find out what…
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.