The Monocle Arts Review

Sunday Brunch: ‘Age of Terror: Art Since 9/11’

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11 February 2018

56 minutes

We look at how art has changed since events in New York back in 2001 with the Imperial War Museum. Plus: the Sapphic Suffragettes. Emmy Favilla on our changing language and how to be a natural baker.

11 February 2018

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‘Age of Terror: Art Since 9/11’

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With performance artist Aman Mojadidi and Tony Guillan, senior producer at London’s Imperial War Museum.

18 minutes

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The Sapphic Suffragettes

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Writer, activist and playwright Hilary McCollum tells us about the lesbians and bi women who were integral to the suffragette movement in the UK.

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Paper Review: Juliette Foster

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The broadcaster joins us in the studio to go through a hefty pile of the weekend’s papers.

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The Natural Baker

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Pastry chef Henrietta Inman explains why she only bakes with the best natural ingredients.

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