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.
Saint Etienne and Alasdair McLellan
British band Saint Etienne have just released their 10th album, ‘I’ve Been Trying to Tell You’. Accompanying the music is a film by Alasdair McLellan, a series of vignettes set on a road trip across the UK. McLellan and Saint Etienne’s Sarah Cracknell join Robert Bound to discuss the project.
Robert Bound chats to Penny Martin, editor in chief of ‘The Gentlewoman’, about a new anthology of essays called ‘Modern Manners’. The book is a primer for contemporary life from the elegant and amusing female perspective to which readers of the magazine will already be happily attuned.
Autumn on screen
TV critics Scott Bryan and Inkoo Kang join Robert Bound to round up the best programmes hitting televisions this season in the US and UK.
Reopening the dance floor
As nightlife tries to find its feet again we speak to club owner Ray Ng in Hong Kong about his decision to launch a new venue. Plus, Simon Taffe, director of the UK’s End of the Road festival, on the toll of the pandemic on his industry.
Robert Bound is joined by the film critics Simran Hans and Caspar Salmon to review the film ‘Zola’ – a dark comedy based on a viral twitter thread about two strippers in Florida on a wild weekend gone wrong.
‘The Witches of the Orient’
Robert Bound chats to French film director Julien Faraut about his new documentary ‘The Witches of the Orient’, about Japan’s 1964 Olympic women’s volleyball team.