Caroline Till, Eliades Ochoa and Dharshini David
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11 March 2018
We discuss new design book ‘Radical Matter’ with forecaster and creative thinker Caroline Till, meet legendary Cuban musician Eliades Ochoa ahead of his appearance at London’s La Linea festival and hear from economist and broadcaster Dharshini David about her new book ‘The Almighty Dollar’.
11 March 2018
Design-and-research specialists Kate Franklin and Caroline Till make up studio Franklin Till, which focuses on how we can use materials more intelligently. Caroline joins ‘The Monocle Weekly’ to discuss the duo’s new book ‘Radical Matter’.
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One of the founding members of the legendary musical collective Buena Vista Social Club, Eliades Ochoa discusses his life and career ahead of his show this April at London’s Royal Albert Hall as part of the La Linea festival of Latin music.
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