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FT Culture Call
Join a lively transatlantic conversation about culture. Financial Times editors Griselda Murray Brown (in London) and Lilah Raptopoulos (in New York) get together to interview people who are shifting culture, dissect how social changes play out in books, art, music, online and on screen, and bring you behind the scenes of FT Life & Arts journalism.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 183 ratings
A rare treat
It’s a rare and delightful treat to hear two young, intelligent women talking about subjects they want to talk about entirely unmediated by men. They are always interesting, always impressive.
Iconista via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/11/19
Love!
Love this podcast! As they mentioned at the start of the podcast with Jia Tolentino she has been on a lot of podcasts recently but this was by far my favourite. They managed to ask new questions which provoked interesting answers.
Lucy Priest via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/10/19
New favourite podcast
What a great podcast - and stellar line up of guests. I love the rapport between Griselda and Lilah, their in-depth interviews and open, thoughtful discourse (the transatlantic perspectives work particularly well.) The episodes are often right on the zeitgeist of arts and culture, yet constantly...Read full review »
Elise Melrose via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/25/19
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