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The Foreign Desk, 46

Saturday 22 November

Following the murder of four Jews at a synagogue in Jerusalem, Monocle foreign editor Steve Bloomfield asks what it means for peace in the region. He's joined by Daniella Peled, Dimi Reider and Joseph Dana.

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The Stack, 117

Saturday 22 November

Tom Edwards meets Seb Emina, editor in chief of new magazine Happy Reader, and design critic and editor of Creative Review Patrick Burgoyne. Plus: we go to Helsinki as the new edition of Fat magazine is sent to print.

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The Curator, 162

Saturday 22 November

The pick of Monocle 24 this week includes Arabic science fiction, a giant of Japanese cinema remembered and a stylish shop tour in London.

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The Monocle Daily, 795

Friday 21 November

A preview of the Tunisian elections with Monocle's correspondent in Tunis, plus we talk about the construction of the Nicaragua Canal. We also review the Asian front pages with Dibyesh Anand and meet secret sidekicks thr…

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The Menu, 162

Friday 21 November

We hear how designers and chefs have got together to rethink Turkish cooking, visit Conflict Kitchen in Pittsburgh and find out about Dubai's ambition to become the centre of the world’s coffee industry.

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Midori House, 788

Friday 21 November

Jane Kinninmont and John Everard discuss the day's biggest news stories, we check in on the local discussion topics in Toronto and review the new films this week.

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Culture / Entertainment

Weekend Agenda

Friday 21 November

Suburbia, sex and scarlet sashes all feature prominently in this weekend’s rundown of the best ways to fill your time and fuel your imagination.

Taking place in two London galleries, The Photographers 2014 celebrates the diversity and beauty captured in a single frame. The annual group show displays the works of 63 master photographers, starting with iconic images…

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The Briefing, 792

Friday 21 November

We discuss reactions to Obama’s planned immigration reform in America and hear from Amnesty International about Syrian refugees in Turkey. Plus weird and wonderful statistics from Ipsos Mori and the latest luxury news.

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The great and the good

Friday 21 November

Monocle’s editor attended an awards ceremony this week – and was rewarded with a greater faith in humanity from almost the moment he sat down.

This week I was invited to the Rolex Awards for Enterprise, a nice dinner with nice people at The Royal Society in London. The Society occupies a grand residence on Carlton House Terrace just a short nip from Buckingham…

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The Globalist, 800

Friday 21 November

With it looking unlikely that Aung San Suu Kyi can run for president, what are the prospects for democracy in Burma?, We also hear from Amnesty International on Syrian refugees in Turkey, Tyler Brûlé meets Karl Lagerfeld…

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The Monocle Daily, 794

Thursday 20 November

With President Obama about to unveil his plans to fix America's broken immigration system, we ask how he aims to do it. Plus: our first weekly chat about the latest issue of the Nikkei Asian Review, a tribute to the Duchess…

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The Urbanist, 162

Thursday 20 November

Inside story: parks and plazas are obvious public spaces but when the weather gets a little less pleasant, what are our indoor equivalents? From underground pathways to open and airy libraries, we take a look at what public…

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Thursday 20 November

Jim Hoare and Mary Dejevsky review the day's biggest news. We also leaf through the freshest Italian news weeklies and meet Australian artist Leila Jeffreys, who has spent the past few years taking photos of cockatoos.

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