The Monocle Weekly

Jesca Hoop, Brian Jungen, Oriel Sullivan and Jonathan Gershuny

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30 June 2019

Episode 521

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US musician Jesca Hoop talks us through her new album ‘Stonechild’. Plus: we meet Canadian artist Brian Jungen and discuss time (and how people use it) with professors Oriel Sullivan and Jonathan Gershuny, authors of new book ‘What we Really do all Day’.

30 June 2019

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Chapter 1

Introduction

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Monocle’s Melkon Charchoglyan joins Fernando Augusto Pacheco and Augustin Macellari to look ahead to some of next week’s potential news stories.

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Chapter 2

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Jesca Hoop

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The UK-based, California-born musician’s new album features some of the US’s most pressing issues. She joins us to tell us what informed the writing process.

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Brian Jungen

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The Canadian artist’s work has ranged from sculpture to installations, often focusing on First Nations and Native-American themes. He discusses his exhibition ‘Friendship Centre’, on show at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

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Chapter 4

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Oriel Sullivan and Jonathan Gershuny

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‘What do we Really do all Day?’ is the new book from these academics, whose work in sociology looks at how the concept of time is used in different ways by different people.

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