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3 October 2016
We look ahead to the final few months of 2016 in film, music and books with our panel of experts: film critic Karen Krizanovich; Will Hodgkinson, chief rock and pop critic for ‘The Times’; and co-founder of Unbound publishers, John Mitchinson.
3 October 2016
Will Hodgkinson and Robert Bound discuss the upcoming releases from David Bowie musical ‘Lazarus’, Australian-American singer Julia Jacklin, Canadian twin sisters Tasseomancy and the 1970s-inspired, mullet-donning brothers The Lemon Twigs.
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We discover which books we should be reading this autumn, from Colson Whitehead’s ‘The Underground Railroad’ – which John Mitchinson dubs one of the best books of the past 20 years – to the ‘Financial Times’ restaurant critic Nicholas Lander’s latest coffee-table tome, ‘On the Menu’. Plus: we discuss an upcoming novel by Nell Zink and an amusing read based around one of the world’s favourite podcasts, ‘My Dad Wrote a Porno’.
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