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The Panel
 

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- Tori Amos

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- Simon Broughton

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- Nina de Man

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- Denzyl Feigelson

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- Sean Goulding

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- Will Hodgkinson

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- Ben Hudson

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- Kyrill Khieninson

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- Caspar Llewellyn Smith

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- Ashlene Nand

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- Yan Nikolenko

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- Nickens Nkoso

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- Seva Novgorodtsev

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- Omar

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- Rodrigo Sanchez

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- Nitin Sawhney

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- Miranda Sawyer

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- Ilka Schlockermann

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- Anoushka Shankar

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- Paul Stokes

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- Sway

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- Youdai Zhang

Miranda Sawyer

 

Miranda Sawyer
Miranda Sawyer lives in London and has been a writer for more than 12 years.

In that time she has written for Smash Hits, Time Out, The Face, Vogue, Blender, and other newspapers and magazines.

She presented Damon Albarn's Mali expedition for BBC Radio in 2001.

She co-scripted and presented an hour-long programme looking at issues surrounding the age of consent for the UK's Channel Four, as part of a series of programmes on young people and sex, and recently made a documentary for Channel 4 about abortion rights in the USA.

She has appeared in many discussion programmes on UK TV including Question Time, Late Review, Music of the Millennium, and What The Papers Say.
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