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Karl Hyde, Clive Oppenheimer and James Mullinger

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30 October 2016

Episode 382

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Underworld’s Karl Hyde talks us through 30 years of groundbreaking dance music, as detailed in his new book ‘I Am Dogboy’. Meanwhile, comedian James Mullinger outlines his life as the basis of new film ‘The Comedian’s Guide to Survival’ and we meet Clive Oppenheimer, the volcanologist whose research saw him collaborate with film-maker Werner Herzog on documentary ‘Into the Inferno’.

30 October 2016

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Introduction

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Monocle’s Henry Rees-Sheridan looks back at the last seven days with Andrew Tuck and Robert Bound and attempts to forecast what’s coming in the next week.

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James Mullinger

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UK comedian James Mullinger learnt his trade as a journalist, interviewing everyone from Jerry Seinfeld to Russell Brand. But now Mullinger’s own life is in the spotlight, having been made into feature film ‘The Comedian’s Guide to Survival’. He tells us how art began imitating life.

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Clive Oppenheimer

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Oppenheimer is professor of volcanology at the University of Cambridge and his studies attracted the great film-maker Werner Herzog. The duo’s new documentary ‘Into the Inferno’ sees them visit six volcanoes around the globe, studying not just the craters themselves but the societies that live in their shadows.

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Karl Hyde

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Dance-music duo Underworld, made up of producer Rick Smith and frontman Karl Hyde, have not stopped evolving since their formation in the 1980s. Their journey has now been collected in new book ‘I Am Dogboy’, a loose collection of stories, photographs, lyrics and poetry amassed during more than 30 years of music making. Hyde discusses the book and the music behind it.

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