Affairs

The Curator, 176

Saturday 28 February

Our round-up of the week's best stories, featuring a celebration of campanology – or bells – a critical look at the Qatar 2022 World Cup, an insight into Nepal’s living Goddess and much more.

Global

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Edits / Travel

Attention seekers

From organically growing their first ventures to exploring new horizons, crafty entrepreneurs know it’s the small touches that make their businesses stand out – whether they are making spectacles in London or tableware in…

Affairs

The Monocle Daily, 860

Friday 27 February

A look at the increasingly strained and strange relationship between Israel and the US Democrat party, we review the weekend's Asian newspapers, and get tips for a perfect Friday evening in in Gold Coast, Australia.

Global

Edits

The Menu, 176

Friday 27 February

Swiss Guard and cookbook-author David Geisser on what different Popes and his fellow guardsmen like to eat, a restaurant in Barcelona that focuses on ‘Pan Con Tomate’ (tomato with bread), and the week’s culinary headlines…

Global

Culture / Entertainment

Weekend Agenda

Friday 27 February

On Midori House this week we’ve enjoyed everything from Icelandic pop to Portuguese surrealism and the very real threat of drone warfare – in literary form, of course – along the way. Listen back to the week’s best bits and…

Global

Affairs

Midori House, 848

Friday 27 February

Andrew Mueller and guests discuss the day’s top stories and we meet the author of a new visual history of the blues. Plus, film reviewer Anna Smith gives us her tips for the best on the big screen and we catch up with our…

Global

Affairs

The Briefing, 862

Friday 27 February

We discuss the Greek economy and Estonian elections, talk stats with Ben Page of Ipsos Mori and find out why some Turkish political candidates are donning Ottoman attire.

Global

Affairs / Aviation

A higher power

Friday 27 February

People have been flying unmanned aerial vehicles and remote-controlled planes for fun for a very long time, so why all the fuss about drones? It’s because they can kill you, says Monocle’s Tristan McAllister.

What is a drone? Up until a few years ago the thing to which the word “drone” referred was a “continuous, low humming sound”. One could hear a drone or something could drone. The word is oddly perfect, acting as a noun and…

Affairs

The Globalist, 870

Friday 27 February

Ukraine’s expulsion of Russian journalists is raising questions but is it all part of the propaganda war? And how is Gucci’s new direction being received on the Italian runways? We'll cross to Monocle’s man in Milan, Ivan…

Global

Affairs

The Monocle Daily, 859

Thursday 26 February

Could the much-broken ceasefire be repairing itself as Ukraine starts withdrawing heavy artillery from the front lines? We also hear what Argentina is doing to its intelligence agency and check in on the highlights from…

Global

Affairs

The Urbanist, 176

Thursday 26 February

Timekeeping has a big impact on urban life, from iconic clocks and watchmakers to city-wide alarms and historic church bells. We find out about life as a bell-ringer and discover which timezone gives a city 15 minutes of…

Global

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