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Clare Lilley, Marcus Miller and Oliver Wainwright

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8 July 2018

Episode 470

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We meet art curator Clare Lilley, who’s overseeing the Frieze Sculpture fair in London, hear from bassist and bandleader Marcus Miller about playing with everyone from Miles Davis to Luther Vandross, and speak with Oliver Wainwright, the architecture critic whose new book from Taschen, ‘Inside North Korea’, looks at the unusual design within the isolated nation.

8 July 2018

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Chapter 1

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Chapter 1

Introduction

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Fernando Augusto Pacheco looks ahead to some of next week’s big stories with Monocle’s Tom Edwards and Augustin Macellari.

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Chapter 2

18 minutes


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Chapter 2

Clare Lilley

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Frieze Sculpture fair in London showcases some of the world’s most forward-thinking visual art – and kicks off this week. We meet curator Clare Lilley.

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Chapter 3

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Chapter 3

Marcus Miller

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Grammy-winning bassist and bandleader Marcus Miller’s work can be heard on hits by Chaka Khan, Luther Vandross, Miles Davis and more. He joins us to discuss his career in music and recent album ‘Laid Black’.

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Chapter 4

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Chapter 4

Oliver Wainwright

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Oliver Wainwright is the architecture and design critic for ‘The Guardian’. His new book ‘Inside North Korea’, published by Taschen, explores the design of the isolated nation. He talks us through it.

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