Culture

The Monocle Arts Review, 3

Wednesday 4 March

Alice Vincent, arts and entertainment writer for ‘The Telegraph’, drops by to review the season finale of ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ and Tina Fey’s new Netflix series ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’, and tells us whether…

Global

Affairs

The Monocle Daily, 862

Tuesday 3 March

We report on the mixed reactions to Israel’s prime minister in Washington. Plus we examine the consequences of Venezuela throwing US embassy staff out of the country and peruse the items up for grabs as Toronto's mayor puts…

Global

Design

Section D, 177

Tuesday 3 March

The story behind 'Björk: Archives', the new print volume accompanying the Icelandic superstar’s retrospective at MoMa. Plus, adaptive architecture with Bjarke Ingels, the opening of Barcelona’s Museu del Disseny and we take…

Global

Affairs

Midori House, 850

Tuesday 3 March

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu delivers his controversial speech and Russian has been bidding farewell to murdered opposition leader Boris Nemtsov. Commentators Kathleen Burk and James Schneider discuss these and the day’s…

Global

Affairs

The Briefing, 864

Tuesday 3 March

Boris Nemtsov’s girlfriend managed to flee Russia this morning for her mother’s home in Ukraine but will intimidation from the Kremlin follow her? We also find out how the rise of the right is affecting Italy’s political…

Global

Culture / Media

Sound opinion

Tuesday 3 March

The enduring popularity and constantly evolving format of radio means that the spoken word is now speaking to more people than ever. Monocle 24 is happy to be part of the conversation, says Andrew Tuck.

If you listen carefully you will hear the sound of change. Don’t worry I am not getting all “guru” on you. The change I am talking about is a real thing. And a Monocle 24 thing.

Affairs

The Globalist, 872

Tuesday 3 March

As Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to US Congress approaches, we discuss American president Barack Obama’s labelling of the visit as a “distraction”. Plus, after the death of Boris Nemtsov, who now represents Russia’s…

Global

Culture

The Monocle Arts Review, 2

Tuesday 3 March

Will Hodgkinson – rock and pop critic for ‘The Times’ – swings by Midori House to chat to Robert Bound about the latest releases from artists such as queen of pop Madonna, Canadian electro-duo Purity Ring and Arthur, a…

Global

Affairs

The Monocle Daily, 861

Monday 2 March

Is Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov more dangerous to Vladimir Putin dead than alive? Commentators Robert Fox and John Everard discuss this and the day’s other main news stories.

Global

Culture

Culture with Rob Bound, 177

Monday 2 March

We look into the use – and misuse – of that much-thrown around word “curator”; can a shop window be curated like a fine-art gallery can be? We speak to art experts, writers and delve in to the murky world of PR to try and…

Global

Affairs

Midori House, 849

Monday 2 March

Is Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov more dangerous to Vladimir Putin dead than alive? Commentators Robert Fox and John Everard discuss this and the day’s other main news stories.

Global

Affairs

The Briefing, 863

Monday 2 March

We look at an awkward potential confrontation between US secretary of state John Kerry and Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov, hear how energy talks with Ukraine might be affected by the crisis, and ask is Australia…

Global

Affairs / Politics

Hard pressed

Monday 2 March

House of Cards’s dramatised depiction of the Russian president makes for excellent television but beyond the fiction the truth remains that these are tough times for censorship worldwide says Monocle’s Aisha Speirs.

This weekend, I – like many – was glued to my screen to watch the latest developments coming from within the walls of the White House. Who does the president think the likely GOP candidate is going to be for the 2016 ele…

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