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16 June 2017

Episode 526

45 minutes

From the latest album releases to new music docs via all-singing all-dancing Broadway for the Tony awards and the Brazilian charts, we get musical on this week’s Monocle Arts Review. Robert Bound is joined by chief rock and pop critic for ‘The Times’, Will Hodgkinson, and film critic Jason Solomons in the studio and we also chat to country music superstar, Steve Earle.

16 June 2017

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Chapter 1

Film review: Jason Solomons

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Film critic Jason Solomons gives his take on the new documentary about Whitney Houston, ‘Whitney: Can I Be Me’ and the first of two biopics being released this year about Winston Churchill, aptly named ‘Churchill’.

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Chapter 2

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The Tony awards

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Matt Wolf, theatre critic for ‘The New York Times International Edition’ wraps up this year’s Tony awards with Fernando Augusto Pacheco.

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Chapter 3

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Album review: Will Hodgkinson

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Chief rock and pop critic for ‘The Times’, Will Hodgkinson, gives us the lowdown on new records by Songhoy Blues and Fleet Foxes.

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Chapter 4

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Steve Earle

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Grammy-award winning country legend Steve Earle joins Andrew Mueller in the studio to chat about his new album, ‘So You Wannabe An Outlaw’.

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Global countdown: Brazil

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This week Fernando Augusto Pacheco picks his home country of Brazil to dissect its top-five singles in the music charts.

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