The Monocle Weekly

Helen Jukes, Simon Raymonde and Barry Hatton

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29 July 2018

Episode 473

47 minutes


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We talk to writer and beekeeper Helen Jukes about her new book “A Honeybee Heart has Five Openings”, discuss the life of musical arranger and songwriter Ivor Raymonde with his son, musician and label head Simon Raymonde, and learn the story of Lisbon with author and journalist Barry Hatton.

29 July 2018

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Introduction

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Monocle’s Bill Leuty looks ahead to next week with Tom Edwards and Fernando Augusto Pacheco.

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Chapter 2

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Helen Jukes

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Helen Jukes’s new book “A Honeybee Heart has Five Openings” looks at the ruminative and rewarding art of beekeeping and tells the story of how it gave her a different way of looking at the world.

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Simon Raymonde

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As Head of Bella Union and a former member of Cocteau Twins, Simon Raymonde knows a few things about music. But his latest project is a collection of songs that his father, musical arranger and composer Ivor Raymonde helped create. He joins us to talk through “Paradise: The Sound Of Ivor Raymonde”.

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Barry Hatton

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Lisbon’s past stretches back 2,000 years, and writer, journalist and Lisbon resident Barry Hatton’s new book “Queen of the Sea” collects the stories that helped shape Portugal’s capital today.

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