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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

The Fight

Robert Bound speaks to film-maker Eli B Despres about ‘The Fight’, a new documentary that he’s co-directed about four different cases taken on by the American Civil Liberties Union.

29 MIN19 h ago
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The Fight

Back to business

As Tate reopens its museums, we visit Tate Modern to speak to art critic Louisa Buck and Tate’s director, Maria Balshaw, about the importance of seeing art in the flesh and the new challenges of running a gallery.

29 MIN1 w ago
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Back to business

A time for change?

Robert Bound is joined by guests from the film, publishing, art and music industries to talk about the future of the arts, how they have been affected by lockdown and whether this is an opportunity for positive change.

29 MIN2 w ago
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A time for change?

‘The Booksellers’

We speak to DW Young and Judith Mizrachy, the director and producer of new documentary ‘The Booksellers’, which offers a glimpse into the fascinating world of New York’s book collectors and traders.

29 MIN3 w ago
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‘The Booksellers’

Summer round-up

We dial up some of our cultural experts to find out what we should be watching, listening to and reading this summer. Robert Bound chats to broadcaster and journalist Kate Hutchinson, the writer Alex Preston and film critic Simran Hans.

29 MINJUL 7
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Summer round-up

Brit Bennett

Author Brit Bennett tells Robert Bound about her new novel, ‘The Vanishing Half’, which explores the lives of twin sisters in a black community in the US Deep South, who run away and live their lives differently: one as black, the other as white.

29 MINJUN 30
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Brit Bennett

Home

The AppleTV+ documentary series ‘Home’ visits unique properties around the world that have a sustainable or social remit. Robert Bound speaks to the series director, Doug Pray, and one of the featured designers, Christopher Brown, about what ‘home’ means.

29 MINJUN 23
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Home

Reopening the Guggenheim

The directors of the Guggenheim’s Bilbao, Venice andNew York museums reflect on what they’ve missed since we went into lockdown, how they have been getting their art fixes and how things are different now as gallery doors reopen.

29 MINJUN 16
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Reopening the Guggenheim

Róisín Murphy

Solo artist Róisín Murphy, the former lead singer of Moloko, tells us about the wonderfully trippy home music videos that she’s been making during lockdown and how her influences include Italian TV shows, queer music culture and cities with big rivers.

29 MINJUN 9
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Róisín Murphy

Full stream ahead

Since people have been cooped up indoors thanks to the pandemic, streaming services have seen an uptick in viewership. We speakto two programme directors from MUBI and Curzon to find out about the opportunities that this presents.

29 MINJUN 2
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Full stream ahead

Latest Episodes

The Fight

Robert Bound speaks to film-maker Eli B Despres about ‘The Fight’, a new documentary that he’s co-directed about four different cases taken on by the American Civil Liberties Union.

29 MIN19 h ago
Comments
The Fight

Back to business

As Tate reopens its museums, we visit Tate Modern to speak to art critic Louisa Buck and Tate’s director, Maria Balshaw, about the importance of seeing art in the flesh and the new challenges of running a gallery.

29 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Back to business

A time for change?

Robert Bound is joined by guests from the film, publishing, art and music industries to talk about the future of the arts, how they have been affected by lockdown and whether this is an opportunity for positive change.

29 MIN2 w ago
Comments
A time for change?

‘The Booksellers’

We speak to DW Young and Judith Mizrachy, the director and producer of new documentary ‘The Booksellers’, which offers a glimpse into the fascinating world of New York’s book collectors and traders.

29 MIN3 w ago
Comments
‘The Booksellers’

Summer round-up

We dial up some of our cultural experts to find out what we should be watching, listening to and reading this summer. Robert Bound chats to broadcaster and journalist Kate Hutchinson, the writer Alex Preston and film critic Simran Hans.

29 MINJUL 7
Comments
Summer round-up

Brit Bennett

Author Brit Bennett tells Robert Bound about her new novel, ‘The Vanishing Half’, which explores the lives of twin sisters in a black community in the US Deep South, who run away and live their lives differently: one as black, the other as white.

29 MINJUN 30
Comments
Brit Bennett

Home

The AppleTV+ documentary series ‘Home’ visits unique properties around the world that have a sustainable or social remit. Robert Bound speaks to the series director, Doug Pray, and one of the featured designers, Christopher Brown, about what ‘home’ means.

29 MINJUN 23
Comments
Home

Reopening the Guggenheim

The directors of the Guggenheim’s Bilbao, Venice andNew York museums reflect on what they’ve missed since we went into lockdown, how they have been getting their art fixes and how things are different now as gallery doors reopen.

29 MINJUN 16
Comments
Reopening the Guggenheim

Róisín Murphy

Solo artist Róisín Murphy, the former lead singer of Moloko, tells us about the wonderfully trippy home music videos that she’s been making during lockdown and how her influences include Italian TV shows, queer music culture and cities with big rivers.

29 MINJUN 9
Comments
Róisín Murphy

Full stream ahead

Since people have been cooped up indoors thanks to the pandemic, streaming services have seen an uptick in viewership. We speakto two programme directors from MUBI and Curzon to find out about the opportunities that this presents.

29 MINJUN 2
Comments
Full stream ahead
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