Business

The Bulletin with UBS, 39

Sunday 5 July

As all eyes turn to Athens we explore referendums and exits and consider the history of monetary union break-ups. What, if anything, can history teach us about the current crisis?

Global

Affairs

The Monocle Weekly, 313

Sunday 5 July

Andrew Tuck and Robert Bound get a new slant on art with Dana Arnold, learn how to make authentic New York pizza with chef Bruno di Fabio and find out why the Moog keyboard is still king of the disco (and the concert hall…

Global

Affairs

The Big Interview, 11

Sunday 5 July

Acclaimed Turkish writer Elif Shafak talks to Georgina Godwin about the art of storytelling, the great promise of language and the polarisation of Turkish society and public space.

Global

Affairs

The Recap, 18

Saturday 4 July

As the saga gripping Greece continues, we hear about the rallies taking place across the nation. Plus Hungary begins offering cash incentives to attract citizens back to the country. We’ll also hear a highlight from this…

Global

Affairs

The Foreign Desk, 78

Saturday 4 July

Steve Bloomfield and guests Péter Krekó and Ágnes Kövér profile politics in Viktor Orbán’s Hungary and reflect on the rise of the far-right party Jobbik. Plus poet and translator George Szirtes discusses the significance…

Global

Culture

The Stack, 149

Saturday 4 July

Tom Edwards reviews a healthy stack of new issues with Patrick Burgoyne, editor of Creative Review, plus Fernando Augusto Pacheco speaks to the editor of a new erotica title NIN (Naked for No Reason) from Brazil.

Global

Affairs

The Curator, 194

Saturday 4 July

Ben Rylan takes us on a whistle-stop tour around the best of Monocle 24. Tyler Brûlé talks paper with specialist suppliers GF Smith, on The Urbanist we discuss that iconic city corner: the Flatiron Building in Manhattan and…

Global

Culture

The Sessions at Midori House, 18

Saturday 4 July

American musician Weyes Blood performs three stunning tracks for us, explains how her nomadic life has inspired her music and why it is important to think through your head attire before you get on stage.

Global

Affairs

The Monocle Daily, 950

Friday 3 July

Andrew Mueller and Emma Nelson take a look at the news making the headlines in Asia, celebrate the city of Granada and get a film tip from Ben Rylan in the latest Monocle Cinémathèque.

Global

Edits

The Menu, 194

Friday 3 July

We are in Milan at Expo 2015 to see how Chile is promoting its food culture. We also get restaurant business tips from British top restaurateur Mark Sargeant and Monocle's Fernando Augusto Pacheco opens up about a problem…

Global

Affairs

Midori House, 938

Friday 3 July

We look ahead to this Sunday’s referendum in Greece, ask why Burundi is pressing ahead with disputed elections condemned by the UN and wonder if Malaysia will ever find the perpetrators of downed flight MH17.

Global

Affairs / Society

Snap, crackle and pop

Friday 3 July

Ed Stocker looks forward to the annual US festivities on 4 July.

Americans like their holidays. OK, so who doesn’t? But I’m not talking about a weekend hiking in upstate New York or an escape to the beach. I’m talking about the concept behind nationally decreed time off, the ritual of…

Affairs

The Briefing, 952

Friday 3 July

We discuss the future of Greece, the death of a Tunisian jihadist and media freedom in Turkey. Plus Ben Page of Ipsos MORI talks us through the week’s most intriguing statistics.

Global

Affairs

The Globalist, 960

Friday 3 July

We explore corporate transitions in the wake of Nike co-founder Phil Knight’s departure, James Schneider discusses gay rights in Africa, our man in Budapest looks at Hungary’s plans to win back emigrants, we get the latest…

Global

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