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Terry Stiastny, Guy Delisle and Jules Evans

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11 June 2017

Episode 414

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Journalist and author of political thrillers such as ‘Acts of Omission’, Terry Stiastny, joins us to discuss the chaos that was this week’s UK election. Plus, Canadian cartoonist, illustrator and animator Guy Delisle talks us through his new book ‘Hostage’, and we get ecstatic with philosopher Jules Evans, whose book ‘The Art of Losing Control’ seeks to learn why letting go might be the best way to get a better hold on life.

11 June 2017

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Chapter 2

Terry Stiastny

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With the UK’s political parties in chaos, we pick over some of the emerging developments with journalist and author Terry Stiastny.

12 minutes

Chapter 3

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Guy Delisle

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Cartoonist and illustrator Guy Delisle’s new book ‘Hostage’ tells the story of kidnapped French aid worker Christophe Andre. Delisle joins Monocle’s Christopher Frey to discuss how to make a traumatic ordeal into a celebrated comic – and how Andre lived to tell the tale.

16 minutes

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Jules Evans

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Jules Evans is a writer, researcher and philosopher, whose new book ‘The Art of Losing Control’ looks at humans’ desire to seek out ecstatic experiences – be they in a church, a rave, a gallery or simply retreating within ourselves.

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