#274 - Dorian Lynskey Interview

Dorian Lynskey has a discussion with Tom about his recent article for Unherd in which he states Bob Dylan is both a "musical genius" and "an obnoxious jerk", how he came to be a music journalist, some of his favourite acts and recordings, and his book about protest songs entitled 33 Revolutions Per Minute: A History of Protest Songs. Dorian's most recent book, The Ministry of Truth, is a biography of George Orwell's 1984 and his weekly podcast, OH GOD, WHAT NOW?, attempts to make sense of the current political climate every Friday. 

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