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The Blend Sessions is a new series from Chivas Regal Whisky celebrating collaboration and creativity. Each episode brings together two figures from photography, art, food and literature to talk about how they work together, how they combine their skills and what they’ve learned.

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    • Cultura e società

The Blend Sessions is a new series from Chivas Regal Whisky celebrating collaboration and creativity. Each episode brings together two figures from photography, art, food and literature to talk about how they work together, how they combine their skills and what they’ve learned.

Listening and sharing for over 18's only. Enjoy Chivas Regal Responsibly.

    The Blend # 7: Derek Ridgers and Nina Manandhar on skinheads, style and street fashion

    The Blend # 7: Derek Ridgers and Nina Manandhar on skinheads, style and street fashion

    Host Teo Van Den Broeke is joined by two of Britain’s most acclaimed photographers. Derek Ridgers documented a series of British subcultures from the skinheads onwards, while Manandhar is an artist whose What We Wore project has archived generations of British street style. They talk about how this country’s different scenes and styles constantly combined, evolved and turned into something new, what they learned from each other’s work, and why fashion and music still matter. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 21 min
    The Blend # 6: David Nicholls and Camilla Way on books, bestsellers and screenplays

    The Blend # 6: David Nicholls and Camilla Way on books, bestsellers and screenplays

    Host Teo Van Den Broeke is joined by one of Britain’s most successful writers to talk about how his breakthrough Starter For Ten led to a life in novels, screenwriting, TV adaptations and film. Also joining Teo is Camilla Way, who has turned a career in magazines into a series of critically-acclaimed thrillers, including this year’s hit, Watching Edie. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 29 min
    The Blend # 5: Jonathan Yeo and Bafic on art, celebrities and virtual reality

    The Blend # 5: Jonathan Yeo and Bafic on art, celebrities and virtual reality

    Host Teo Van Den Broeke is joined by two of the most fascinating figures in contemporary art. Jonathan Yeo has reinvented portraiture, capturing everyone from Kevin Spacey to Prince Philip, while Bafic has documented his world by disrupting and experiment with technology. They came together to talk about what they could learn from each other’s techniques, why they make the art they do and how technology is changing it. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 18 min
    The Blend # 4: Ewen Spencer and Paul Hallam on photography, clothes and clubbing

    The Blend # 4: Ewen Spencer and Paul Hallam on photography, clothes and clubbing

    Host Teo Van Den Broeke is joined by the two photographers who documented London subcultures from mod to grime. The two talk about life as photographers, collaborating as publishers, how they inspired each other, and the secret to the perfect club night.

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    • 22 min
    The Blend # 3: Reggie Yates and Dan Davies on TV, crime and documentaries

    The Blend # 3: Reggie Yates and Dan Davies on TV, crime and documentaries

    Host Paul Croughton is joined by the two journalists who transformed themselves from a TV host and editor respectively to documentary storytellers investigating some of the world’s most troubling people. They reveal what they’ve learned from the industry, from each other and from collaborating with people who need to tell their stories, whatever the cost. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 22 min
    The Blend # 2: Jeremy Lee and Jackson Boxer on restaurants, recipes and British food

    The Blend # 2: Jeremy Lee and Jackson Boxer on restaurants, recipes and British food

    Host Teo Van Den Broeke is joined by two of this country’s most acclaimed chefs. Jackson Boxer and Jeremy Lee talk about how at the Brunswick House Café and Quo Vadis respectively, they have combined an array of cooking styles, using them to update and invigorate British dining and London’s restaurant scene. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 22 min

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