The Monocle Arts Review

Books, John Doyle and 100 years of British advertising

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10 March 2017

Episode 512

45 minutes

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 ‘Globe and Mail’ and head to east London for an exhibition of British advertising over the past century.

10 March 2017

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Chapter 1

Book review with Anne Meadows and John Mitchinson

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John Mitchinson, co-founder of Unbound, and Anne Meadows, commissioning editor at Granta and Portobello, talk us through the latest books by Ross Raisin, George Saunders, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Yiyun Li.

22 minutes

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Chapter 2

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Exhibition: 100 years of British advertising

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Monocle 24’s Fernando Augusto Pacheco heads to east London for an exhibition highlighting the best – and most controversial – of British advertising over the past century.

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Chapter 3

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TV review with John Doyle

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We look ahead to what’s on the small screen in March with John Doyle, TV critic for Toronto’s ‘Globe and Mail’ newspaper.

11 minutes

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Chapter 4

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Global countdown: what's at number one in Japan?

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Each week Monocle 24’s Fernando Augusto Pacheco visits the studio to tell us what’s at number one in the charts around the globe. This week he talks us through the top five singles in Japan.

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