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19 July 2015

Episode 315

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Robert Bound and Tom Edwards meet Sven Hansen-Løve, one of the minds behind a new film about the French dance-music scene, ‘Eden’. They also chat economics with a Nobel Prize-winner Alvin Roth and discuss Ballet Folklórico de México with the company’s director Salvador López López.

19 July 2015

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Sven Hansen-Løve

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DJ and writer Sven Hansen-Løve talks to Robert Bound and Tom Edwards about the inspiration behind ‘Eden’, a new film that looks at the 1990s French dance-music scene.

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Alvin Roth

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Professor Alvin Roth is a Nobel Prize winner in economics. He talks Robert and Tom through why matching markets to customers is a complex task behind some of life's most everyday transactions – from booking an Uber car to finding a replacement kidney.

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Ballet Folklórico de México

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Ballet Folklórico de México has been putting Mexico’s indigenous folk traditions on the map through dance since 1952. The company’s director Salvador López López discusses why his grandmother first founded the troupe and why it’s back in London after a 20-year wait.

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