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Rana Foroohar, Xylouris White and Emma Lewis

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24 November 2019

Episode 542

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We meet Rana Foroohar, FT columnist and author of ‘Don’t be Evil,’ a new book that explores just how and when Big Tech lost its way. Plus: Greco-Australian duo Xylouris White talk turning the Myth of Sisyphus from a negative to a positive, and the curator of a major new Dora Maar exhibition at the Tate unpacks her legacy.

24 November 2019

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Introduction

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Monocle 24’s Fernando Augusto Pacheco joins Augustin Macellari and Rob Bound for a look ahead to next week’s news.

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Rana Foroohar

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‘Don’t be Evil’ used to be one of Google’s mantras. Now it’s more of a stick with which to beat the internet giant – and the name of a new book by FT columnist Rana Foroohar. When and why did the tech giants lost their way?

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Xylouris White

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Made up of Georgios Xylouris and Jim White, Xylouris White make jazz-inflected alt-rock, heavily informed by Georgios’s Cretan background. The pair join Monocle 24’s Tom Hall for a chat before a London gig.

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Emma Lewis

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Dora Maar may have become famous as Pablo Picasso’s muse but a major new show at the Tate Modern shows she was far more than that. Robert Bound sits down with the exhibition’s curator, Emma Lewis, to explore her legacy.

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