The Monocle Arts Review

On the box, top beats and treading the boards

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3 November 2017

Episode 546

45 minutes

Robert Bound sits down with Alice Vincent, arts and entertainment writer for ‘The Telegraph’, and Will Hodgkinson, chief rock and pop critic for ‘The Times’, for this week’s TV and music releases. Plus: we find out who’s stealing the show on Broadway with theatre critic Matt Wolf and head to the reopening of Belgrade’s National Museum of Contemporary Art.

3 November 2017

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Alice Vincent’s TV review

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Alice Vincent, arts and entertainment writer for ‘The Telegraph’, discusses the much-anticipated new season of Netflix sci-fi favourite ‘Stranger Things’ and psycho-musical comedy, ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’.

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Belgrade reopens its contemporary-art museum

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After 10 years, Belgrade’s Museum of Contemporary Art has finally reopened to the public. Guy De Launey heads down to see the renovation.

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Will Hodgkinson’s music review

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Will Hodgkinson, chief rock and pop critic for ‘The Times’, reviews the latest releases by Scandi singer Fever Ray and Ian Dury’s son Baxter Dury.

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What’s on Broadway?

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Matt Wolf calls us up from New York to see who’s treading the boards on Broadway this week.

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The global countdown: Russia

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Fernando Augusto Pacheco joins the team in the studio to run through the top five singles in the Russian music chart this week.

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