Radio

The Voyager, 2

Wednesday 26 August

Monocle's editors and correspondents are your guide to the world's most exciting and dynamic emerging cities. Each week Monocle 24's new travel programme takes you beyond a great city's tourist traps and well-known spots…

Global

Radio

The Monocle Daily, 987

Tuesday 25 August

After nearly three months Turkey still has no government and as Ahmet Davutoglu is named interim prime minister, we assess the latest on the political situation of the country. We also head to Beirut, as protests and vio…

Radio

Section D, 202

Tuesday 25 August

David Plaisant takes a look at graphic-design master Lance Wyman as a new monograph on his work, including his artwork for the Mexico 1968 Olympics, hits the shelves. We also speak to world-renowned architect Daniel Libe…

Radio

Midori House, 975

Tuesday 25 August

Special guests Peter Fleming and Roger Boyes join Monocle’s Markus Hippi to discuss the day’s top news stories, including Lebanon’s political paralysis, the Chinese economy, German demographics and the future of Greece’s…

Radio

The Briefing, 989

Tuesday 25 August

After North and South Korea agree to end a stand-off, we ask, could this really be the start of a new peace? As migrants take the Western Balkan route in the hope of reaching the presumed security of Europe, our correspo…

Opinion

On with the show

Tuesday 25 August

As daytime talk shows abandon old-guard anchors for a new kind of host, discussions seem to have been replaced by a whole lot of bickering. Ben Rylan tunes in.

For much of the 1980s and 1990s, daytime television was dominated by a handful of personalities who often needed just one name. Donahue, Ricki, Sally, Jerry and, of course, Oprah.

Radio

The Globalist, 997

Tuesday 25 August

We discuss global reaction to China’s economic slowdown, reflect on Germany’s response to asylum seekers and get the business news from Stockholm. We also hear about an award-winning wine from Australia’s Yarra Valley and…

Radio

The Monocle Arts Review, 127

Tuesday 25 August

Laura Snapes, senior editor at ‘The Pitchfork Review’, reviews this week's music releases: ‘Poison Season’ by Canadian rocker Destroyer, a new collaboration between Cate le Bon and White Fence’s Tim Presley called Drinks…

Radio

The Monocle Daily, 986

Monday 24 August

As South Korea switches off its loudspeakers and North Korea stands down its troops, we examine the deal reached between the nations. Then, as UK and Iran reopen embassies in each other’s capitals, we discuss the thawing…

Radio

Culture with Rob Bound, 202

Monday 24 August

As nightclub numbers dwindle in the UK and licensing laws put more much-loved dance floors under threat, we take a global look at nightlife. From London to Beirut to Seoul, we discuss why a thriving nightlife is important…

Radio

Midori House, 974

Monday 24 August

Guests Kathleen Burk and Phil Clark join Monocle’s Tom Edwards to discuss the day’s top news stories, from Europe’s migrant crisis and China’s economy to UK-Iran diplomatic relations.

Radio

The Briefing, 988

Monday 24 August

After a suspected terror attack is foiled in France, we discuss the response to the incident. Plus, after Britain reopens its embassy in Tehran we look at Iran’s relationship with western states following the recent nuclear…

Opinion

Home delivery

Monday 24 August

A popular delivery service, ordered at a swipe of a button, is solving urban problems in Southeast Asia. Nolan Giles ponders how smartphones are transforming our environments.

While trapped in Jakarta traffic, seemingly hours away from your dinner destination, the instantly recognisable green uniform of a Go-Jek driver on his motorbike zips past you.

Radio

The Globalist, 996

Monday 24 August

As Ukraine marks Independence Day we ask what’s to celebrate, as its president heads to Berlin to discuss the crisis in the east and predicts decades of pressure from Moscow. We also take a look at India and Pakistan’s…

Radio

The Monocle Arts Review, 126

Monday 24 August

Monocle’s Vienna correspondent reviews the most recent exhibitions in Vienna, including the latest offering from the Leopold Museum and the Ernesto Neto show at TBA21.

Show more
Loading

0:00:00 0:01:00

Drag me