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Monocle 24: Monocle on Culture

Monocle 24: Monocle on Culture

Monocle

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Robert Bound and his guests discuss what has piqued their interest in our one-stop shop for lively reports and in-depth interviews on the newest and finest in art, film, books and the media business.

Latest Episodes

What’s the future for music mags?

As some publications are suspended while others are in danger of being discontinued, we explore how the music press is holding up during the pandemic – and why it’s important that we keep it going. Robert Bound speaks to Stuart Stubbs, editor of ‘Loud and Quiet’ and Laura Snapes, deputy music editor at ‘The Guardian’.

29 MIN1 d ago
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What’s the future for music mags?

Richard Russell, XL Recordings

We speak to Richard Russell, head of XL Recordings, about his new book, his career producing records for the likes of Adele and Bobby Womack and his collaboration with Gil Scott-Heron.

29 MIN1 w ago
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Richard Russell, XL Recordings

Pop in a pandemic

Music journalists Kate Hutchinson and Will Hodgkinson join Robert Bound to take a look at how the music industry has reacted and adapted to the current pandemic, and what sort of creativity that has sparked.

29 MIN2 w ago
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Pop in a pandemic

Onscreen in lockdown

Critics Simran Hans and Scott Bryan divulge a few hidden TV and film gems to get you through the rest of lockdown.

29 MIN3 w ago
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Onscreen in lockdown

Olivia Laing

Novelist and art writer Olivia Laing tells Robert Bound about ‘Funny Weather: Art in an Emergency’, her new collection of essays, columns and character studies from the past decade.

29 MINAPR 28
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Olivia Laing

Spring books and music

Will Hodgkinson and Lucy Scholes tell us about the best new music and books to enjoy this month, and the golden oldies they have been revisiting during lockdown.

29 MINAPR 21
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Spring books and music

Melissa Harrison

Writer Melissa Harrison tells Robert Bound about her new podcast on nature, ‘The Stubborn Light of Things’. She talks about writing during a period of change, how getting in touch with the outdoors changed her life and why we should believe the hype about nightingales.

29 MINAPR 14
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Melissa Harrison

Craig Brown

Robert Bound speaks to writer Craig Brown about his new biography of the Beatles, called ‘One Two Three Four: The Beatles in Time’. How do you say something fresh about one of the most written-about bands in history?

29 MINAPR 7
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Craig Brown

Broadcasting during a pandemic

We look at the role of public broadcasters during the pandemic. TV critic Scott Bryan tells us what the BBC has been up to while the CBC/Radio-Canada’s Catherine Tait talks about the practicalities of producing for a multilingual country. Plus: we head to northern California to discuss the value of local radio.

29 MINMAR 31
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Broadcasting during a pandemic

The art of an online gallery

As art institutions and commercial galleries shut their doors to the public, we speak to critics Ben Luke and Jane Morris about what effect closures will have on audiences and businesses. Plus: we speak to Art Basel director Marc Spiegler about its brave new online world.

29 MINMAR 24
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The art of an online gallery

Latest Episodes

What’s the future for music mags?

As some publications are suspended while others are in danger of being discontinued, we explore how the music press is holding up during the pandemic – and why it’s important that we keep it going. Robert Bound speaks to Stuart Stubbs, editor of ‘Loud and Quiet’ and Laura Snapes, deputy music editor at ‘The Guardian’.

29 MIN1 d ago
Comments
What’s the future for music mags?

Richard Russell, XL Recordings

We speak to Richard Russell, head of XL Recordings, about his new book, his career producing records for the likes of Adele and Bobby Womack and his collaboration with Gil Scott-Heron.

29 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Richard Russell, XL Recordings

Pop in a pandemic

Music journalists Kate Hutchinson and Will Hodgkinson join Robert Bound to take a look at how the music industry has reacted and adapted to the current pandemic, and what sort of creativity that has sparked.

29 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Pop in a pandemic

Onscreen in lockdown

Critics Simran Hans and Scott Bryan divulge a few hidden TV and film gems to get you through the rest of lockdown.

29 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Onscreen in lockdown

Olivia Laing

Novelist and art writer Olivia Laing tells Robert Bound about ‘Funny Weather: Art in an Emergency’, her new collection of essays, columns and character studies from the past decade.

29 MINAPR 28
Comments
Olivia Laing

Spring books and music

Will Hodgkinson and Lucy Scholes tell us about the best new music and books to enjoy this month, and the golden oldies they have been revisiting during lockdown.

29 MINAPR 21
Comments
Spring books and music

Melissa Harrison

Writer Melissa Harrison tells Robert Bound about her new podcast on nature, ‘The Stubborn Light of Things’. She talks about writing during a period of change, how getting in touch with the outdoors changed her life and why we should believe the hype about nightingales.

29 MINAPR 14
Comments
Melissa Harrison

Craig Brown

Robert Bound speaks to writer Craig Brown about his new biography of the Beatles, called ‘One Two Three Four: The Beatles in Time’. How do you say something fresh about one of the most written-about bands in history?

29 MINAPR 7
Comments
Craig Brown

Broadcasting during a pandemic

We look at the role of public broadcasters during the pandemic. TV critic Scott Bryan tells us what the BBC has been up to while the CBC/Radio-Canada’s Catherine Tait talks about the practicalities of producing for a multilingual country. Plus: we head to northern California to discuss the value of local radio.

29 MINMAR 31
Comments
Broadcasting during a pandemic

The art of an online gallery

As art institutions and commercial galleries shut their doors to the public, we speak to critics Ben Luke and Jane Morris about what effect closures will have on audiences and businesses. Plus: we speak to Art Basel director Marc Spiegler about its brave new online world.

29 MINMAR 24
Comments
The art of an online gallery
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