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6 October 2017
Monocle Culture editor Robert Bound is joined in the studio by Will Hodgkinson, chief rock and pop critic for ‘The Times’, and DJ and broadcaster Georgie Rogers to discuss this month’s album releases. Plus: restaurant critic Jay Rayner on his career sidestep into music and the Southbank Centre’s Ted Hodgkinson on its upcoming literature festival.
6 October 2017
Jay Rayner is well known for his column inches and TV appearances as one of the UK’s best-loved food critics. But it is a little known fact that he is also a jazz pianist. He recently released his debut album ‘A Night of Food and Agony’ and here dishes the details to Fernando Augusto Pacheco .
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Ted Hodgkinson, senior programmer for literature and spoken word at London’s Southbank Centre, drops in to tell us about the all-star line-up for their literature festival this Autumn, which features Tom Hanks, Philip Pullman and Hillary Clinton.
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