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August 2nd, 2016
Episode 3622 of 3777 episodes
We discover Mary Anne Butler's play Broken, the first play to win the Victorian Prize for Literature; Vietnamese architect Vo Trong Nghia on seeking inspiration and materials from the natural world; Courtney Barnett and Jen Cloher on their Masterpiece, Patti Smith's 1975 debut album Horses; and David Crystal, a leading historian of the English language, on the history of punctuation.
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