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30 November 2019

Episode 379

30 minutes

This week on The Stack we go from the hyperlocal to the global: from a new title covering the best of one of London’s most exciting neighbourhoods to a photographer’s book about the nostalgic idea of old shopping malls. Plus: cartophile Ian Wright from Brilliant Maps and new Jakarta-based title, ‘Further Reading’.

30 November 2019

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Ian Wright, Brilliant Maps

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We speak with Ian Wright, who runs Brilliant Maps, one of the world’s most popular cartographic websites, and his new book ‘Brilliant Maps: An Atlas for Curious Minds’, which is published by Granta.

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Januar Rianto, ‘Further Reading’

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We speak with Januar Rianto, founder of a new Jakarta-based title ‘Further Reading’.

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Phil Donohue

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Photographer and filmmaker Phil Donohue discusses his latest book. ‘I Dreamed It Was Better Than It Was’ is a nostalgic look at old shopping malls and physical structures.

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Kai Lutterodt, ‘My Soho Times’

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We speak to Kai Lutterodt, editor in chief of ‘My Soho Times’, a new title covering one of London’s most exciting neighbourhoods.

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