The Monocle Weekly

Róisín Murphy, Mary Kelly and Thomas Morris

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7 October 2018

Episode 483

53 minutes


Photo: Robert Wedemeyer. Mary Kelly, Circa 1940, 2016. Courtesy the artist.

Musician and singer Róisín Murphy discusses her collaboration with producer Maurice Fulton and The Vinyl Factory. We also meet pioneering conceptual artist Mary Kelly to discuss her show ‘Face-to-Face’ and learn some of the more unusual stories from medical history with author Thomas Morris.

7 October 2018

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Chapter 1

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Chapter 1

Introduction

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Monocle 24’s Carlota Rebelo, Tom Edwards and Augustin Macellari look to the week ahead.

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Chapter 2

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Róisín Murphy

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The musician’s latest project was a series of one-off 12-inch singles released over the summer in collaboration with producer Maurice Fulton and The Vinyl Factory. She talks us through them.

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Chapter 3

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Mary Kelly

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For more than 50 years, Kelly has been creating conceptual works that have advanced the dialogue surrounding feminism, postmodernism and more. Her latest show is ‘Face-to-Face’ at London’s Pippy Houldsworth Gallery.

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Chapter 4

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Thomas Morris

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The medical historian and author’s new book, ‘The Mystery of the Exploding Teeth’, presents incredible feats of modern medicine – and some of the more ludicrous ones too.

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