2.7 Reggie Yates, Director
Publisher |
The Modern House
Media Type |
audio
Categories Via RSS |
Arts
Design
Society & Culture
Publication Date |
Nov 18, 2021
Episode Duration |
00:47:54

If you’re a millennial who grew up watching TV in Britain, chances are you’ll remember Reggie Yates from his days as a TV presenter. As the latest guest on our podcast, the writer and director shares his top three favourite living spaces with out host and co-founder Matt Gibberd. Two common threads run throughout Reggie’s choices: the first is London, the backdrop to his life, home and now film. The second is community, something that he holds close to his heart. As he says, “a building is nothing without the people in it”.

 

Find out more on The Modern House.

 

You can purchase Matt Gibberd’s new book A Modern Way to Live via our website.

If you’re a millennial who grew up watching TV in Britain, chances are you’ll remember Reggie Yates from his days as a TV presenter. In our latest episode, the writer and director shares his top three favourite living spaces with our host and co-founder Matt Gibberd. Find out more on The Modern House.    You can purchase Matt Gibberd’s new book A Modern Way to Live via our website.

If you’re a millennial who grew up watching TV in Britain, chances are you’ll remember Reggie Yates from his days as a TV presenter. As the latest guest on our podcast, the writer and director shares his top three favourite living spaces with out host and co-founder Matt Gibberd. Two common threads run throughout Reggie’s choices: the first is London, the backdrop to his life, home and now film. The second is community, something that he holds close to his heart. As he says, “a building is nothing without the people in it”.

 

Find out more on The Modern House.

 

You can purchase Matt Gibberd’s new book A Modern Way to Live via our website.

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