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Latest update : 2013-01-23

Britain's brainman

On today’s show Eve Jackson meets the best-selling author and maths expert Daniel Tammet to discuss his perception of words and numbers as shapes, colours, and emotions, his new book "Thinking in Numbers" and what it’s like to be hailed as a genius the world over. Also on the show, Haute Couture designers get topical and Australian musician Angus Stone delivers his masterpiece in his second solo album "Broken Brights".

Don't miss the concert of Angus Stone, on January 24th at 8:00 pm at La Cigale (Paris)!

By Eve JACKSON

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2014-07-18 art

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