In this episode, we consider the theme of ENDURING. What is it about certain items of clothes that make us return to them over and over? And what about when there are limits on how many clothes we can own? What makes the cut and stays in your life, and what doesn't?
Sirena Bergman, a London-based journalist talks to Stevie about how living on a houseboat means coming up with ingenious space-related solutions. And Francis McKee, a writer, curator and lecturer who lives in Glasgow tells us about the democracy of clothing via a self-imposed uniform he has worn since 1978…
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Music: E's Jammy Jams - Arabian Sand (via YouTube Music Library), Kevin MacLeod - Hard Boiled, Aaron Liebermann - Gypsy Stroll (via YouTube Music Library)