In the next issue we visit Marjorie, who has opened her home every sunday for the last 20 years to give jazz concerts in her beloved Harlem.

Also every sunday, artist Jim Haynes has been making dinners for the last 37 years in Paris. We pick vegetables at Muld, a field to table farm just outside of Copenhagen, and visit the secret garden of the Pandolfini family in the heart of Florence. With many more interviews and stories in between, we finish with the modernist house, architect Harry Seidler built for his mother as his first project in Sydney, that is open as part of the Sydney Living Museums.

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