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Ghislaine Wood, Brett Morgen, Yto Barrada and Lotte Johnson

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4 February 2018

Episode 448

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We meet Ghislaine Wood, one of the creators of the V&A Museum’s new exhibition “Ocean Liners: Speed and Style”. Plus: film-maker Brett Morgen discusses his latest production “Jane”, which celebrates the life and career of primatologist Jane Goodall, and we learn the story of the Moroccan city of Agadir with artist Yto Barrada and curator Lotte Johnson.

4 February 2018

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Introduction

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Monocle’s Henry Rees-Sheridan joins Tom Edwards and Markus Hippi to look at the the next seven days.

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Ghislaine Wood

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The co-curator of the V&A Museum’s new exhibition ‘Ocean Liners: Speed and Style’ tells us how these giants of the seas have influenced design both at sea and on dry land.

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Brett Morgen

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The new Bafta-nominated documentary ‘Jane’ from film-maker Brett Morgen looks at primatologist, conservationist and anthropologist Jane Goodall’s life and her pioneering work with chimpanzees.

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Yto Barrada and Lotte Johnson

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When an arthquake hit the region surrounding the Moroccan port city of Agadir in 1960, the losses were tragic and profound. Moroccan-French artist Yto Barrada’s new series of installations, “Agadir”, at the Curve Gallery in London’s Barbican, looks to tell some of story of how the city managed to rebuild.

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