The Monocle Weekly

Nargisse Benkabbou, Josh T Pearson, Matt Everitt and Jim Stoten

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13 May 2018

Episode 462

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Cook and writer Nargisse Benkabbou discusses her new book ‘Casablanca: My Moroccan Food’, we meet Texas musician Josh T Pearson to hear his new record ‘The Straight Hits!’ and talk festivals with radio DJ Matt Everitt and illustrator Jim Stoten as detailed in their new book ‘Where’s My Welly?’.

13 May 2018

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Chapter 1

Introduction

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Monocle’s Fernando Augusto Pacheco joins Markus Hippi and Tom Edwards to look forward to the week ahead.

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Nargisse Benkabbou

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Leaving behind a career on the path towards politics and academia, Belgian cook Nargisse Benkabbou has gained a following for a blog featuring her global take on the dishes of her parents’ home country, Morocco. Now she’s compiled some of her favourite recipes into a new book: ‘Casablanca: My Moroccan Food’.

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Josh T Pearson

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Following 2001’s ‘The Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads’ and 2011’s ‘Last of the Country Gentlemen’, Texas musician Josh T Pearson returned this year with new record ‘The Straight Hits!’. He joins us at Midori House to discuss where he’s been and where his music is headed.

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Matt Everitt and Jim Stoten

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Radio DJ Matt Everitt and illustrator Jim Stoten have a new book, ‘Where’s My Welly?’, looking at some of the best music festivals to have ever filled a field.

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