Stephen Bayley, Roger Mavity, Alice Vincent and Marty Jopson
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17 September 2017
Creative minds Stephen Bayley and Roger Mavity join us to discuss why they’ve updated their business and etiquette classic ‘Life’s a Pitch’. Plus, arts and culture critic Alice Vincent previews this weekend’s Emmy awards and we talk to science broadcaster Marty Jopson about the unusual events that go on in our kitchens.
17 September 2017
When cultural and design-commentator Stephen Bayley and creative-industry luminary Roger Mavity published their professional bible ‘Life’s a Pitch’ a decade ago, the world of business sat up and listened. Now they’ve updated it for a rapidly shifting business landscape.
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