The Monocle Weekly

Andrew Ellis, Nathalie Savaricas and Karen Flett

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3 September 2017

Episode 426

46 minutes

Andrew Ellis, director of Art UK, joins us to discuss the Art Detective initiative, an online resource dedicated to unearthing obscure works. Meanwhile, we hear from Monocle’s Athens correspondent Nathalie Savaricas, who has been enjoying the city’s Open Air Film Festival. Plus: designer and author Karen Flett explains the enduring appeal of Airstream trailers and life on the open road.

3 September 2017

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Chapter 1

Introduction

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Monocle’s Henry Rees-Sheridan joins Robert Bound and Tom Edwards to discuss some of next week’s big stories.

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Chapter 2

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Andrew Ellis

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Art Detective is an initiative established by non-profit Art UK, which throws the identification of obscure works open to the public. Director Andrew Ellis tells us why there’s always more to a picture than meets the eye.

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Nathalie Savaricas

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Monocle’s Athens correspondent has been enjoying the city’s Open Air Film Festival – and talks to film-lovers about why cinema is better out than in.

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Chapter 4

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Karen Flett

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Beloved by movie stars and vintage-savvy road-goers alike, the curvy aluminium design of Airstream trailers dates back to the 1930s. Now designer Karen Flett has compiled ‘Living the Airstream Life’, a book about the distinctive mobile homes.

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