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Jonathan Ames' risqué revelations

The gentle neurotic, Jonathan Ames, in the studio to talk about his new risqué book "The Double Life is Twice as Good." We also meet Europe’s up and coming stars at the Eurosonic festival in Holland, and visit the largest American art collection in the world, once again available for viewing at New York's Met.

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2017-02-20 culture

Kiwi indie heroes The Naked and Famous reflect on life after 'Young Blood'

New Zealand's indie-pop heroes The Naked and Famous are the voice of a generation of "Young Blood" fans, the breakout hit from their chart-topping debut "Passive Me, Aggressive...

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2017-02-17 culture

Eimear McBride gives voice to the visceral, vivid process of falling in love

"A Girl Is a Half-Formed Thing" garnered comparisons to Joyce's "Ulysses", and saw Eimear McBride applauded as a major new literary voice. Her second novel "The Lesser Bohemians"...

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2017-02-16 culture

A disappearance in the desert: Everett Ruess brought to life on stage

Inspired by a mysterious vanishing in the desert of Utah in the 1930s, "The disappearance of Everett Ruess" is a theatrical rock performance being staged at Paris’s 104 cultural...

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2017-02-15 culture

The Best of the Berlinale: Cinema and politics meet on the red carpet

Film critic Emma Jones joins us from Berlin, where an international and cerebral selection of films have been lapped up by critics and movie fans alike. Director Sally Potter and...

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2017-02-14 culture

Do you remember? Al McKay on bringing back vintage disco

Guitarist Al McKay has worked with everyone from Tina Turner to the Temptations. Yet most people remember him as a central part of the legendary 1970s disco outfit "Earth Wind...

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