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Lynne Truss, Clare Lilley and Sophie Green

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7 July 2019

Episode 522

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Author Lynne Truss on her research into 1950s Brighton for her new book, ‘The Man That Got Away’, Frieze Sculpture curator Clare Lilley offers a tour and photographer Sophie Green discusses her striking new book.

7 July 2019

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Chapter 1

Lynne Truss

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Author Lynne Truss endeared herself to a generation of pedants with her 2003 international bestseller, ‘Eats, Shoots and Leaves’. She discusses her new book, ‘The Man that Got Away’, the latest instalment in her gripping comic-thriller series.

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Frieze Sculpture

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Frieze Art Fair takes place in October but Frieze Sculpture has already opened in London’s Regents Park. Curator Clare Lilley gives us a guided tour.

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Sophie Green

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Photographer Sophie Green is drawn to communities. Her latest book, ‘Congregation’, explores how Aladura churches in South London provide a solid social and spiritual base for the city’s African diaspora.

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