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Digital arts: Crown Heights, The Boat, Google Cultural Institute, The Miniaturists

Antonia Quirke and guests Inua Ellams, Andy Riley and Errollyn Wallen review Crown Heights, The Boat, Google Cultural Institute and The Miniaturists.

A digital edition of Saturday Review presented by Antonia Quirke.

Crown Heights is a new on-demand film based on an episode of NPR's This American Life, telling the true story of Trinidadian teenager Colin Warner's twenty year wrongful incarceration.

The Miniaturists takes a long-running short play night and turns it into a podcast with five new short plays from up and coming British playwrights.

The reviewers explore the world's greatest and strangest museums, galleries and monuments with Google Cultural Institute.

The story of a refugee's journey across the sea is rendered in an interactive graphic novel format in Nam Le & Matt Huynh's The Boat.

Antonia's guests are Inua Ellams, Andy Riley and Errollyn Wallen. The producer is Caitlin Benedict.

Available now

45 minutes

Crown Heights

Crown Heights is available on demand on Amazon video. 

Google Cultural Institute

The Google Cultural Institute contains over a thousand collections from artistic institutions across the world. 

The Miniaturists

The Miniaturists podcast is available wherever you get your podcasts. 

The Boat

The Boat is available to experience via the SBS website. 
The Vietnam War is available on iPlayer. 


Role Contributor
Presenter Antonia Quirke
Interviewed Guest Inua Ellams
Interviewed Guest Andy Riley
Interviewed Guest Errollyn Wallen
Producer Caitlin Benedict


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