38. I've never been into clams

North V South doesn’t let British rail and broadband providers’ ineptitude get in the way of producing another show that is and isn’t about design. In episode 38, news this week includes a look at the Frankenstein’s monster of Apple’s new festive ad. Rob asks whether the new Hockney windows at Westminster Abbey are going to look out of place? And Jon asks if VR is going to change the art world? (Answer: no.) Today we climb on board the USS Palomino and journey into cultural black holes. There’s a difference in approach between the known unknowns Rob) and the unknown unknowns (Jon). Rob fares better as Jon couldn’t figure out what the unknown unknowns were because he didn’t know. Pies are then reviewed.

November 28th, 2016 / 1:01:16 / Episode 38

Show Notes

North V South doesn’t let British rail and broadband providers’ ineptitude get in the way of producing another show that is and isn’t about design.

In episode 38, news this week includes a look at the Frankenstein’s monster of Apple’s new festive ad. Rob asks whether the new Hockney windows at Westminster Abbey are going to look out of place? And Jon asks if VR is going to change the art world? (Answer: no.)

Today we climb on board the USS Palomino and journey into cultural black holes. There’s a difference in approach between the known unknowns Rob) and the unknown unknowns (Jon). Rob fares better as Jon couldn’t figure out what the unknown unknowns were because he didn’t know.

Pies are then reviewed.

This week's pies

Pie Drink Review Rating

Goat’s Cheese and Sweet Potato Lattice Pie from Tesco

Punk IPA by Brewdog

Good looking pie. Creamy sauce. Quite comforting. Pleasant enough.

3

Moo and Blue from Pieminister

Very cheesy. It’s a good one. Carrots like glowing embers.

6
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