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Sally Howard, Clare Liardet and Marion Rankine

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5 November 2017

Episode 435

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Photo: Junior D Kannah

Journalist and author Sally Howard discusses fashion, gender and how her collaborative show with Kinshasa-based photographer Junior D Kannah is highlighting both. Plus, we meet cook Clare Liardet to discuss non-alcoholic cocktails and her book ‘Dry’, and learn about the history of the humble umbrella with author Marion Rankine – as detailed in her new book ‘Brolliology’.

5 November 2017

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Introduction

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

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Sally Howard

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Sally Howard is a journalist and author whose work covers topics ranging from travel to gender studies. She joins us to discuss her collaboration with Kinshasa-based photographer Junior D Kannah for photography show ‘Les Sapeuses: The Lady Dandies of the DRC’, currently on show at London’s Brunei Gallery.

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Clare Liardet

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Clare Liardet’s new book, ‘Dry: Non-Alcoholic Cocktails, Cordials and Clever Concoctions’, explores why mixing ingredients can make for fun and enticing drinks – even without one particular cocktail staple.

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Marion Rankine

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As autumn arrives, we speak to author Marion Rankine about why she wrote what might be the first ever history of the humble umbrella: ‘Brolliology’.

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