The Monocle Weekly

Noah Charney, Olga Tokarczuk, Jennifer Croft and Mathew Carver

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27 May 2018

Episode 464

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Art-crime specialist and historian Noah Charney discusses his new book ‘The Museum of Lost Art’. We hear from Polish author Olga Tokarczuk and her literary interpreter Jennifer Croft about their book ‘Flights’ – recent winner of the Man Booker International prize, and discuss the enduring appeal of cheese with Mathew Carver, one of the faces from this weekend’s London Cheese Project festival.

27 May 2018

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Chapter 1

Introduction

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Fernando Augusto Pacheco discusses some of next week’s big stories with Monocle’s Tom Edwards and Robert Bound.

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Noah Charney

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An art historian specialising in art crime, Noah Charney’s new book showcases works that have been stolen, discarded, even lost at sea, recycled, vandalised and more in ‘The Museum of Lost Art’.

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Olga Tokarczuk and Jennifer Croft

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The recent winner of the Man Booker International prize discusses her book ‘Flights’ and how the English edition was created with the help of interpreter Jennifer Croft.

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Mathew Carver

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This weekend the London Cheese Project food festival takes over the city’s Geffrye Museum site. One of the people pushing cheese in ever more creative directions is Mathew Carver, who has found success with the Cheese Truck street-food stand, and latterly the Cheese Bar restaurant. He joins us to discuss where he – and cheese – might be headed next.

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