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Notebook on Cities and Culture: Episodes

<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in Winchester, England with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.peterdsmith.com">PD Smith</a><span>, author of books on science, literature, superweapons, and, most recently,&nbsp;</span><em>City: A Guidebook for the Urban Age</em><span>. They discuss whether London has ...
<p><span>The Kickstarter drive for <em>Notebook on Cities and Culture</em>'s Korea Tour has nearly reached its halfway point. But we still have over $3300 of the budget left to raise. If you want to hear Notebook on Cities and Culture go beyond season four and on to a whole season of in-depth conversations ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down for bangers and mash in Woolwich, London, England, with writer on political aesthetics&nbsp;</span><a href="https://twitter.com/owenhatherley">Owen Hatherley</a><span>, author of the books&nbsp;</span><em>Militant Modernism</em><span>,&nbsp;</span><em>A Guide to the ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in Canterbury, England with Jack Hues, founding member of the rock band&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.wangchung.com">Wang Chung</a><span>&nbsp;and jazz band The Quartet. Wang Chung's latest album&nbsp;</span><em>Tazer Up</em><span>&nbsp;came out in 2012, and The Quartet's ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall walks through Stratford, London with John Rogers, author of the blog Lost Byway book&nbsp;</span><em>This Other London: Adventures in the Overlooked City.&nbsp;</em><span>They discuss how one should approach one's first London shopping mall, a built phenomenon that has changed ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in Marseille, France, specifically in the Le Corbusier-designed&nbsp;Unit&eacute; d'Habitation, with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://jonathanmeades.co.uk">Jonathan Meades</a><span>, writer and broadcaster on architecture, culture, food, and a variety of other subjects to ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down for a pint at Nelson's Retreat, a pub on London's Old Street, with Neil Denny, host of&nbsp;</span><em><a href="http://www.littleatoms.com">Little Atoms</a></em><span>, a show about ideas and culture on Resonance FM. They discuss whether beer improves or degrades the ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in London's Tower Hamlets with composer and artist Robin Rimbaud, better known as&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.scannerdot.com">Scanner</a><span>. They discuss the usefulness of a new place's disorientation; the fun of grasping that new place's systems and making its ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall stands around Hackney, London's "Tech City" with urban designer&nbsp;</span><a href="http://euanmills.com">Euan Mills</a><span>. They discuss how to tip in a London bar and how to cross a London street; when he realized he has become an urban designer, and what that entails; the ...
<p>Colin Marshall sits down in Los Angeles' Little Tokyo with Dan Kuramoto, founding member of the band&nbsp;<a href="http://www.hiroshimamusic.com/index.html">Hiroshima</a>&nbsp;who have now played for 40 years and recently released their 19th album,&nbsp;<em>J-Town Beat</em>. They discuss what he sees ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in Copenhagen's&nbsp;Frederiksberg with Melanie Haynes, author of the blog&nbsp;</span><a href="http://dejligedays.com/">Dejlige Days</a><span>. They discuss the Danish national virtue of hygge (and the also important quality of dejlige); how she came to leave her native ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in Copenhagen's Vesterbro with&nbsp;Per &Scaron;midl, author of the bestseller&nbsp;</span><em>Chop Suey</em><span>, the essay&nbsp;</span><em>Victim of Welfare</em><span>, and the new novel&nbsp;</span><em><a href="http://www.amazon.com/Wagon-537-Christiania-Per-Smidl/dp/0985849576">Wagon ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in Copenhagen's&nbsp;N&oslash;rrebro with Louise Sand (and her baby daughter Alice), who teaches the Danish language on the&nbsp;</span><em><a href="http://www.copenhagencast.com">Copenhagencast</a></em><span>. They discuss why the Danes speak English so well, yet still ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in one of Copenhagen's many storied serving houses with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.thomasekennedy.com">Thomas E. Kennedy</a><span>, author of the "Copenhagen Quartet" of novels&nbsp;</span><em>In the Company of Angels</em><span>,&nbsp;</span><em>Kerrigan in Copenhagen: ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down at Copenhagen's&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.huset-kbh.dk">Husets Biograf</a><span>&nbsp;with Jack Stevenson, programmer of the theater and author of books on both Scandinavian and American film. They discuss Lars von Trier as the world's representative of Danish ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in Vesterbro with Mikael Colville-Andersen, urban mobility expert and CEO of&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.copenhagenize.com">Copenhagenize</a><span>. They discuss where Los Angeles, with its "pockets of goodness," ranks on the global scale of Copenhagenization; what ...
<p>Colin Marshall sits down in the Copenhagen offices of&nbsp;<a href="http://www.gehlarchitects.com">Gehl Architects</a>&nbsp;with founding partner Jan Gehl, architect,&nbsp;Professor Emeritus of Urban Design at the School of Architecture in Copenhagen, and author of books including&nbsp;<em>Life Between ...
<p>Colin Marshall sits down in N&oslash;rrebro&nbsp;with&nbsp;<a href="http://classiccopenhagen.blogspot.com/">Classic Copenhagen</a>&nbsp;blogger and photographer&nbsp;Sandra H&oslash;j. They discuss the city's current enthusiasm for tree-cutting; the small things in Copenhagen that draw her eye, from ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in Copenhagen's&nbsp;N&oslash;rrebro with Lars AP, author of the book&nbsp;</span><em>Fucking Flink</em><span>&nbsp;and founder of&nbsp;</span><a href="http://fflink.dk">the movement of the same name</a><span>, which aims to make the Danish not just the "happiest" people, ...
<p>Colin Marshall sits down before a live audience at the New Urbanism Film Festival at Los Angeles' ACME Theater with Tim Halbur, Director of Communications at the&nbsp;<a href="http://www.cnu.org">Congress for the New Urbanism</a>, former Managing Editor at Planetizen, creator of the two-disc DVD set&nbsp;<em>The ...
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