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Writer and broadcaster James O'Brien joins Robert Bound to talk about his new book ‘How Not To Be Wrong’, a more personal follow-up to his last, ‘How To Be Right’. They discuss the difference between winning an argument and being right, how much language gets in the way, and the penny-drop moments for both him and his listeners.
David Byrne’s ‘American Utopia’
As David Byrne’s hit Broadway show ‘American Utopia’ arrives on screens in a new film by Spike Lee, Robert Bound chats with Tim Robey and Hilary Hughes about Byrne’s history of revolutionising live performance, Lee’s imprint on the show and its relevance in the current political climate.
‘On the Rocks’
Anna Smith and Caspar Salmon join Robert Bound to discuss ‘On the Rocks’, Sofia Coppola’s latest film, which stars Bill Murray and Rashida Jones.
As her new film, ‘Kajillionaire’, is shown at the London Film Festival, director Miranda July tells Robert Bound about the characters, colours and conversations that brought it to life.
‘Vic Reeves Art Book’
Comedian and artist Jim Moir, better known as Vic Reeves, joins Robert Bound to talk about his new book, a collection of his paintings that range from the dark to the absurd.
At the drive-in
We speak to the director and cast of a new drive-in production of ‘La Bohème’ at Alexandra Palace about the future of opera, staging a show during a pandemic and acting out a love story from a distance of two metres.