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Midori House, 696

Wednesday 16 July

Isabel Hilton of China Dialogue and Shashank Joshi of RUSI discuss the day’s news ranging from the BRICS bank to Iran’s proposed extension of nuclear talks, we also hear from our man in Paris about the top stories from…

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The Briefing, 700

Wednesday 16 July

Reactions to the latest developments in the Srebrenica-massacre trial at The Hague, we learn why the “knock on the roof” tactic in use by the Israeli military is becoming so contentious, and ask why comic-book character,…

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Affairs / Politics

Flagging pride

Wednesday 16 July

Monocle 24’s Markus Hippi is in the mood to fight back against the co-opting of national flags by minority groups with unpalatable agendas. Will you join him?

I bet the last few weeks have been good times for the world’s flag industry: there has been a lot of demand. Just think of the World Cup, 4th of July in the US and Pride marches around the world. Then there are some more…

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The Globalist, 708

Wednesday 16 July

This one-hour show airs at 06.00 London time and looks ahead to events that will shape the day in Europe, and beyond, with a special focus on Turkey and the Gulf.

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The Monocle Daily, 702

Tuesday 15 July

The view from two journalists reporting on the conflict in Gaza, we head to Texas to discuss the detention of an American immigration activist, review the Asian newspapers with Jim Hoare, and find out why the Devil is…

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Design

Section D, 144

Tuesday 15 July

Adrian Craddock reports on mid-century modern pieces in the unlikely furniture capital of Melbourne, Markus Hippi heads to Fire Island, New York, to visit an architecture studio that’s helped create the seaside town’s…

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Midori House, 695

Tuesday 15 July

Nina Schick of Open Europe and the Dr James Boys talk us through the controversial appointment of new EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker, we also hear about actors lifting the curtain on Europe’s last dictatorship, and check in…

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The Briefing, 699

Tuesday 15 July

Live from Farnborough International Airshow: we speak to the big players at Boeing and Airbus, try out a futuristic new helmet for pilots, and count up the event’s important facts and figures with Murdo Morrison of Flight…

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Edits / Society

Observation

Issue 75

Editor in chief Tyler Brûlé isn’t adverse to a spot of goat herding if he has a chilled glass of Forst beer to hand – and is delighted to introduce you to our South Tyrol-themed issue.

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Culture / Television

Maternal madness

Tuesday 15 July

A new TV show in Japan is putting pressure on mothers to never look less than fabulous and cook like Michelin-star chefs – oh, and bring up their children. Fiona Wilson contemplates the craziness.

As if the pressures on working women in Japan weren’t enough, state broadcaster NHK is upping the stakes with its programme Karisumama, which translates as Charismatic Mums.

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The Globalist, 707

Tuesday 15 July

Michael Binyon, former diplomatic editor at The Times, and Dimi Reider from ECFR assess the diplomacy behind an Israeli-Palestinian ceasefire brokered by Egypt. Plus, we also speak to our Brussels correspondent Charlotte…

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The Monocle Daily, 701

Monday 14 July

We discuss the conflict in Gaza with Daniella Peled, Terry McAuliffe explains his approach to business as governor of the state of Virginia, we meet the editor of South Korea’s Jeju Weekly, and take a musical tour of New…

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Culture

Culture, 144

Monday 14 July

We meet the men behind Global Breakfast Radio, a station that streams shows from wherever it's breakfast time in the world. Peter White of ‘Broadcast’ magazine drops by to talk TV formats and CBC's Matt Galloway tells us…

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Midori House, 694

Monday 14 July

Samira Shackle and Martin Plaut discuss the day’s top news stories, we check in with our correspondent Guy De Launey in Zagreb, talk film with the curator of London’s Whitechapel Gallery, and explore Greece’s art scene with…

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