The Monocle Arts Review

Sunday Brunch: documenting a war

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28 January 2018

53 minutes

We find out about Peter Jackson’s new film documenting the First World War, head to London’s Tate Gallery to celebrate the pioneers of installation art and talk to John Wood about his decision to leave Microsoft to change the world. Plus we try vegan junk food and Rachel Cunliffe on the weekend papers.

28 January 2018

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Documenting a war

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Filmmaker Peter Jackson, of ‘The Lord of the Rings’ trilogy fame, has created a new film about the First World War – we learn all about it.

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‘Not Everyone Will Be Taken Into The Future’

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Monocle’s Leiah Fournier checks out some pioneering installation art at London’s Tate Gallery.

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Weekend read: John Wood

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We look at John Wood’s mission to bring libraries to children across the world.

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Paper review: Rachel Cunliffe

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Rachel Cunliffe of ‘City AM’ goes through the weekend’s papers with us.

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Vegan junk food

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The founders of Vurger Co give us the low down on their new soon-to-be-opened permanent site.

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