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Songlines is the magazine that looks at the world through its music Covering music from traditional and popular to contemporary and fusion, Songlines features artists from all around the globe: from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe; from Miriam Makeba to Mariza; from Gilberto Gil to Gogol Bordello and from Björk to Buena Vista Social Club. Discover the traditional instruments of the world: the sitar, the kora, the talking drum and many more. Edited by Simon Broughton, co-editor of The Rough Guide to World Music, Songlines is packed full of the latest CD reviews, artist interviews, guides to particular world music traditions, travel adventures, beginner’s and city guides, frontline reports and concert listings. Explore the music featured in the magazine on each issue’s exclusive Top of the World CD, featuring the editor’s selection of ten tracks from the best new album releases, as well as a 5-track guest playlist. These have included selections by Damon Albarn, WimWenders, Philip Pullman, Andy Kershaw, Kate Bush, Robert Plant, Pelé and many more. The podcast accompanying each issue, where our features come to life via commentary and audio excerpts, was nominated as a ‘Best of 2008’ by iTunes.
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Chief Executive John Kampfner Editor Jo Glanville Associate Editor Rohan Jayasekera Assistant Editor Natasha Schmidt News Editor Padraig Reidy Online Editor Emily Butselaar Head of Arts & Events Julia Farrington Finance Manager David Sewell Curator Klara Chlupata Public Affairs Manager Michael Harris Fundraising Coordinator Lizzie Rusbridger Sub-editor Caroline Palmer Interns and Editorial Assistants Ángel García Català, Ed Gillett, Angel Ko, David Paton, Michael Riordan, Eleonora Vio, Pete Ward, Kathie Wu, John Young Graphic designer Sam Hails Cover design Brett Biedscheid Printed by Page Bros., Norwich, UK
Directors & Trustees Jonathan Dimbleby (Chair), Christopher Hird, Rohan Jayasekera, Katie King, Sir Ken Macdonald QC, Kenan Malik, David Membrey, Sir Andrew Motion, Matthew Parris, Alexandra Pringle, Mark Stephens Patrons Chinua Achebe, Margaret Atwood, Simon Callow, Brian Eno, Harold Evans, Nadine Gordimer, Richard Hamilton, Ian Hislop, Lord Joel Joffe, Jude Kelly, Michael Palin, Gabrielle Rifkind, Philip Roth, Sir Tom Stoppard, Francis Wheen, Sue Woodford Advisory Committee Clemency Burton-Hill, Stanley Cohen, Ariel Dorfman, Michael Foley, Andrew Franklin, Conor Gearty, Andrew Graham-Yooll, AC Grayling, Lyndsay Griffiths (Chair), William Horsley, Anthony Hudson, Natalia Koliada, Jane Kramer, Htein Lin, Robert McCrum, Rebecca MacKinnon, Beatrice Mtetwa, Oleg Panfilov, Julian Petley, Arne Ruth, Michael Scammell, Kamila Shamsie, Graham Sheffield, Michael Smyth, Nart Villeneuve, Suriya Wickremasinghe
Volume 39 No 3 2010
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