Writer Hari Kunzru on his new novel Gods Without Men and architect Bjarke Ingels on sustainable hedonism.
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On today's programme, writer Hari Kunzru on his new novel Gods Without Men and architect Bjarke Ingels on sustainable hedonism and his new project to build a waste treatment plant with a ski slope on the roof.
Photo of Hari Kunzru by Jamie Diamond.
Best-selling British-Indian novelist Hari Kunzru discusses his new book, Gods Without Men, a sprawling, time-hopping novel centred round the Mojave desert in America.
Bjarke Ingels is a Danish architect who explores hedonistic sustainability. He talks about his project in Copenhagen, an incinerator with a ski slope on the roof.
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