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29 September 2017

Episode 541

40 minutes

Film critic Jason Solomons and TV editor for ‘London Live’ Toby Earle join Ben Rylan to discuss this month’s big and small-screen entertainment. Plus: we meet the UK singer who has adopted the French chanson style of music.

29 September 2017

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Chapter 1

Film with Jason Solomons

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Film critic Jason Solomons reviews some of this week’s film releases, including ‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’ and ‘Brimstone’.

13 minutes

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Chapter 2

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The Chanteuse

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The Chanteuse, AKA Lucy Hope, might be from Manchester but she’s also a leading francophone singer, with a new album coming this October called ‘Sings Modiano’, inspired by the celebrated author. The songs are a mix of Charlotte Gainsbourg, bossa and jazz, as Lucy tells Monocle’s Fernando Augusto Pacheco.

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TV with Toby Earle

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TV editor for ‘London Live’, Toby Earle tells us about CBS All Access’s first foray into original programming, ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ and upcoming BBC3 web series ‘Overshadowed’.

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