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13 September 2015

Episode 323

53 minutes

Steve Bloomfield and Markus Hippi discuss artists’ studios with Olivier Widmaier Picasso – the producer, lawyer and grandson of a certain Pablo. Plus, Australian culinary icon Donna Hay talks about the country’s food scene and her book ‘The New Easy’ and film critic Jason Solomons analyses the controversial career of Woody Allen, who is the subject of his new book.

13 September 2015

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Introduction

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Markus Hippi, Steve Bloomfield and Henry Rees-Sheridan look at the past seven days and try to pick out which stories – large and small – will be the biggest over the coming week ahead.

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Olivier Widmaier Picasso

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Lawyer and TV and music producer Olivier Widmaier Picasso has spent his life preserving the legacy of his grandfather, Pablo Picasso. Now he has curated a new exhibition, ‘Revealed, which shows artistic greats such as Dalí, Chagall and, yes, Picasso, at work in their studios.

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Donna Hay

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Australian author, magazine editor, TV star and food stylist Donna Hay drops by Midori House to celebrate her home country’s food culture and discuss her latest book, ‘The New Easy’.

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Jason Solomons

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Moncole 24 regular Jason Solomons has written a new book ‘Woody Allen: Film by Film’ – he joins the team to analyse why the film-maker’s works hold a particular appeal.

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