The Monocle Weekly

Richard Wentworth, Yasmeen Ismail and Jeffrey Young

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2 April 2017

Episode 404

53 minutes

Artist Richard Wentworth discusses new group show “Architecture as Metaphor” and explains how city life influences his work. Plus: we preview the London Coffee Festival with its founder Jeffrey Young and illustrator and author Yasmeen Ismail joins us to talk about her latest title, ‘Happy, Sad, Feeling Glad: Draw & Discover’.

2 April 2017

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Chapter 1

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Chapter 1

Introduction

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Monocle’s Tom Edwards returns, for one week only, to discuss the past seven days and the week ahead with Andrew Tuck and Robert Bound.

9 minutes

Chapter 2

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Chapter 2

Richard Wentworth

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Artist Richard Wentworth’s work is appearing at London’s Griffin Gallery as part of the group show “Architecture as Metaphor”. He joins the Weekly team to discuss his time learning from greats such as Henry Moore and how the urban environment influences his current work.

20 minutes

Chapter 3

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Chapter 3

Jeffrey Young

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The London Coffee Festival kicks off this week. Here the event’s founder Jeffrey Young discusses the best blends with Robert Bound.

8 minutes

Chapter 4

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Chapter 4

Yasmeen Ismail

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Yasmeen Ismail is an illustrator, animator and children’s author, whose latest title, ‘Happy, Sad, Feeling Glad: Draw & Discover’, shows young readers that there are more than just two emotions. She tells us how to communicate complicated themes in an engaging way.

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