The Monocle Weekly

Noma Bar, Guy De Launey and Andrew O’Neill

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6 August 2017

Episode 422

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Israeli illustrator and graphic artist Noma Bar discusses his career and new retrospective book collection ‘Bittersweet’. We also head to Belgrade – where Monocle’s Guy De Launey has been sampling summer with the city’s ice-cream makers – and writer and comedian Andrew O’Neill stops by to talk us through his book ‘A History of Heavy Metal’.

6 August 2017

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Chapter 1

Introduction

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Robert Bound and Tom Edwards are joined by Bill Leuty to discuss what to expect in next week’s news.

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Chapter 2

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Chapter 2

Noma Bar

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The Israeli illustrator and artist is known for images with hidden messages within. He joins us to talk about this and his new retrospective book collection ‘Bittersweet’.

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Belgrade’s ice-cream

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To celebrate our new August newspaper, The Monocle Summer Weekly, we enlist our correspondent Guy De Launey to report on that essential seasonal staple: ice cream.

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Andrew O’Neill

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The comedian and author up loving loud rock music. Now he’s published a new book – ‘A History of Heavy Metal’ – and he joins us to discuss it.

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