Alison Jane Reid

Total 127 Posts

Avant Habit - Talking Wearable, Circular Fine Art Fashion

Arts and Culture Journalist Alison Jane Reid in conversation with circular fashion founder, Noshua Wilson from Avant Habit. Avant Habit is a canvas for fine artists. It helps them make a living by offering ethical, wearable, organic fashion as an art form.

An Evening with John Simpson- Bullets, Burqas and Cigars Live Interview

John Simpson CBE is my interview guest on the Ethical Hedonist Culture Show this month. We're an independent, ethical arts and culture magazine founded by UK feature writer and organic food and farming champion Alison Jane Reid. AJ spent a decade at The Times Magazine writing about icons.

Coco Chanel's Secrets, The Chocolate Detective & the Art of Fashion Reinvention

Journalist Alison Jane Reid Hosts the Culture Show with a theme of Fashion and Chocolate Revolution. AJ talks to author Caroline Young about Coco Chanel's legacy and secrets and to chocolatier Chantal Coady about sailboat chocolate.

News Flash! Who wants to Support a Sanditon Live Show & Period Drama Debate?

Calling Sanditon Fans. Who wants to support and take part in a crowdfunded live edition of The Ethical Hedonist Culture Show to celebrate a remarkable year of campaigning to #savesanditon with your the fans?

Detectorists, Morning Glory, Letters from Baghdad & the Magic Guide to the Best Film, Drama & Documentaries

Journalist Alison Jane Reviews the best films, dramas and documentaries to watch this week. This weeks theme is archaeology and The Queen of the Desert. AJ's top picks include Detectorists, Letters from Baghdad and Morning Glory.

Avant Habit - Circular Fashion for Modern Blue Stockings & Patrons of the Arts

Avant Habit is a circular, organic and ethical fine art as a fashion house. At lover and CSR expert, Noshua Wilson champions her fine art friends with wearable art writes journalist Alison Jane Reid.

The Dig - An Elegy to Life, Death, the Cosmos and The Fantastic Basil Brown, Archaeologist Extraordinaire!

The Dig - A Review By leading arts and culture journalist Alison Jane Reid. AJ describes The Dig as Simon Stone's elegy to life, death, the cosmos and the fantastic Mr Basil Brown, archaeologist and astronomer extraordinaire!
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