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22 November 2015

Episode 333

53 minutes

Andrew Tuck and Tom Edwards talk to Darren Wall about the evolution of video games and his design-led publishing venture Read-Only Memory. We also chat about Iran and what attracted film-makers Tom Allen and Leon McCarron to follow its longest river, the Karun. Plus: we learn why creative Paula Zuccotti has been documenting the objects people touch in the space of one day.

22 November 2015

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Introduction

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Tom Edwards and Andrew Tuck are joined by Monocle’s Henry Rees-Sheridan to discuss the past seven days and look forward to the week ahead.

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Darren Wall

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Darren Wall, editor in chief of design-led publishing venture Read-Only Memory, is the mind behind ‘Britsoft: An Oral History’. This new book tells the history of the UK’s gaming industry and the unusual characters behind even stranger games and some well-known classics.

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Tom Allen

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In 2014, Tom Allen and Leon McCarron captured an epic journey across Iran as they followed the path of the Karun river. Tom joins us to tell us about the duo’s new documentary directed by Rhys Thwaites-Jones, ‘Karun: Misadventures On Iran’s Longest River’.

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Paula Zuccotti

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Argentinian-Italian creative Paula Zuccotti’s latest project is a book called ‘Every Thing We Touch’, in which she has photographed objects used by people from different walks of life during the space of one day.

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