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Iain Sinclair

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Iain Sinclair and Gareth Evans: ‘The Gold Machine’

London Review Bookshop Podcast

Towards the end of the 19th century Iain Sinclair’s great-grandfather Arthur made an accident-prone and largely disastrous colonial expedition to Peru. In his latest book, accompanied by his daughter, Iain Sinclair abandons his familiar London territory to follow in his ancestor’s footsteps, perhaps also hoping to eclipse his shadow. What he finds makes harrowing but essential reading in a story of exploitation, colonialism and environmental devastation. Sinclair was in conversation about his journey with Gareth Evans, curator of film at the Whitechapel Gallery. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


9 Feb 2022

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Iain Sinclair - London Orbital i The Rodinsky’s Room. Wielka literatura.

Literatura po nieludzku

Opowiadam o książkach Iaina Sinclaira. Uważam, że to jeden z najważniejszych autorów naszych czasów.


8 May 2021

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Iain Sinclair: "Blakes London" - Unterwegs mit einem toten Dichter

Büchermarkt - Deutschlandfunk

Der britische Autor und Filmemacher Iain Sinclair ist bekannt für seine Stadtwanderungen durch London. Dabei erfasst er die Stadt als mehrdimensionalen Raum, in den auch unsichtbare Vorgänge hineinspielen. Diesmal wandelt er auf den Spuren des romantischen Dichtes William Blake. Mit "Blakes London" wird nun die Disziplin der Psychogeographie auch in Deutschland bekannt. Sven Koch im Gespräch mit Tanya Lieske www.deutschlandfunk.de, Büchermarkt Hören bis: 19.01.2038 04:14 Direkter Link zur Audiodatei


18 Nov 2020

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49. Fearlessly Failing: Iain Sinclair

Fearlessly Failing with Lola Berry

I’ll be honest with you, I was so nervous for this interview. From the moment I met Iain in an acting class last year I knew I wanted to interview him for this podcast. Iain is an award winning director, sought after acting teacher (i’m lucky enough to call him my teacher), dramaturg, story consultant and head of acting at 16th street actors studio and if that list wasn't impressive enough, he was the assistant director to Cate Blanchett when she was Artistic Director at Sydney Theatre Company. Even if you’re not into theatre or acting i promise you’ll gain something from this episode. Iain is passionate about human behaviour and his brain is incredible. We talk story theory; and after listening to this you won’t look at Harry Potter or Star Wars the same way again! Thank you Iain for taking the time to chat, it’s a total honour to have you on this podcast!Big loveLola xFollow Lola Berry on Instagram: @yummololaberrywww.16thstreet.com.au See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 11mins

21 Jun 2020

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The Aside - Keynote JUMPSTART 2020 - Iain Sinclair 16th Street Actors Studio

The Aside Podcast

The Aside Podcasts are a free resource supported by Drama Victoria - Australia’s oldest Drama AssociationIn this episode of The Aside we present the Keynote from JUMPSTART 2020 - Iain Sinclair from 16th Street Actors Studio. https://www.16thstreet.com.au/tutors/iain-sinclair/Please feel free to email asidepodcast@outlook.com to ask a question. We will try to answer on a future podcast.


21 Feb 2020

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The LRB at 40: Rosemary Hill and Iain Sinclair on London

The LRB Podcast

As part of our series of events marking the 40th anniversary of the LRB, longtime contributors Rosemary Hill and Iain Sinclair talked to the LRB’s digital editor, Sam Kinchin-Smith, about London, through the lens of pieces they've written for the paper.Read more by Rosemary Hill in the LRB: lrb.me/hillpodRead more by Iain Sincliar in the LRB: lrb.me/sinclairpodSign up to the LRB's newsletter: lrb.me/acast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

1hr 18mins

31 Oct 2019

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LRB at 40: Rosemary Hill and Iain Sinclair

London Review Bookshop Podcast

Rosemary Hill and Iain Sinclair talk to the LRB's digital editor, Sam Kinchin-Smith, about their shared preoccupations with London, as written about in the London Review of Books. This was the first in a series of events celebrating the LRB's 40th anniversary. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

1hr 19mins

20 Oct 2019

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Chapter 245: 'Living with Buildings' with Iain Sinclair

Talking Books


1 Dec 2018

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Iain Sinclair and Patrick Wright: Living with Buildings

London Review Bookshop Podcast

In Living With Buildings (Profile), Iain Sinclair embarks on a series of expeditions – through London, Marseille, Mexico and the Outer Hebrides. He explores the relationship between sickness and structure, and between art, architecture, social planning and health, taking plenty of detours along the way. Walking is Sinclair's defensive magic against illness and, as he moves, he observes his surroundings: stacked tower blocks and behemoth estates; halogen-lit glasshouse offices and humming hospitals; the blackened hull of a Spitalfields church and the floating mass of Le Corbusier's radiant city. Sinclair was in conversation with Patrick Wright, Professor of Literature and Visual & Material Culture, Kings College London. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


14 Nov 2018

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A Sentimental Journey: Martin Rowson and Iain Sinclair

London Review Bookshop Podcast

Laurence Sterne’s A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy, his final work and published in the year of his death in 1768, has been somewhat neglected of late in favour of his earlier The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman. Narrated by Yorick, one of the dramatis personae of the earlier book and a barely disguised self-portrait of Sterne himself, A Sentimental Journey is marked by the author’s trademark sharp wit, good humour and sense of irony. 250 years after its first publication, this landmark in the history of travel writing was discussed by the writer and traveller Iain Sinclair and the cartoonist Martin Rowson, author of a graphic novel adaptation of Tristram Shandy and illustrator of a new edition of A Sentimental Journey produced by Uniformbooks for the Laurence Sterne Trust, with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund. This event took place in partnership with the Laurence Sterne Trust. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


13 Mar 2018