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The Monocle Daily, 924

Thursday 28 May

Sets the agenda in Asia and considers what’s been dominating the day in Europe and North America. The programme is sometimes co-hosted out of our Toronto and New York bureaux and features regular interviews with special…

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The Urbanist, 189

Thursday 28 May

We take the lead from Monocle’s pages as we look at how transport is changing our cities. Tune in as we hitch a ride in a water taxi in Toronto, go to Bolivia’s capital by ‘teleférico’, explore Vienna’s aviation links and…

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Midori House, 912

Thursday 28 May

As David Cameron sets off on a charm offensive to argue for EU reform, Andrew Mueller and guests discuss his chances of success. They also reflect on the scandal plaguing Fifa as its president defies calls to step down. We…

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The Briefing, 926

Thursday 28 May

As David Cameron prepares to meet his European counterparts to lobby for EU reform, we assess his prospects for success. Then we’re live in Paris as the country hosts a conference to debate the future of its military; and…

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The Globalist, 934

Thursday 28 May

As the European Commission’s migrant quota proposal faces heavy opposition, we discuss the possibility of the proposal becoming a reality. Plus, could renaming Nicolas Sarkozy’s party help him become president of France…

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The Monocle Daily, 923

Wednesday 27 May

On today’s show, we hear that Fifa president Sepp Blatter is still planning to stand for re-election. We also cover a Qatar royal warning against negative media coverage of Islam, a high-profile Mafia arrest and how the NBC…

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Midori House, 911

Wednesday 27 May

As the European Commission presents measures to address the vast loss of life in the Mediterranean, Steve Bloomfield and guests ask whether critics’ frustrations will be furthered or calmed. We also reflect on the latest…

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The Briefing, 925

Wednesday 27 May

We take a look at the latest scandal in the football world after several senior Fifa officials were arrested under corruption charges. We also examine why France’s most powerful man Bernard Arnault wants to acquire the…

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The Globalist, 933

Wednesday 27 May

As France and Germany make plans to deepen European ties without the need to rewrite a treaty, we ask what this means for Britain’s renegotiation strategy. We also discuss Iraq’s chances of banishing IS forces from Ramadi…

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The Monocle Daily, 922

Tuesday 26 May

We take a look at the implications of China putting its defence forces on the offence, discuss the public issue Turkey’s president is taking with ‘The New York Times’ and remember the setting of Superman’s workplace, ‘New…

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Midori House, 910

Tuesday 26 May

As Britain’s prime minister seeks a reformed bond with Brussels, Andrew Tuck and guests talk about what David Cameron wants and what he’s likely to get. We also discuss the chance of a fair hearing as the trial of a Wash…

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The Briefing, 924

Tuesday 26 May

We assess Australia’s proposal to strip dual nationals of their Australian passport as a way to counter terrorism and examine the revamp of Malaysia Airlines. Plus we analyse Taiwan's plan to settle the conflict in the…

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The Globalist, 932

Tuesday 26 May

We analyse Indian prime minister Narendra Modi’s first year in office and look at the significance of the Arctic Challenge Exercise where more than 100 US and European fighter jets have begun training near the Russian…

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The Monocle Daily, 921

Monday 25 May

The Tunisian government wants the world to know that the shooting at an army base was not terrorism. But are the tourists listening? And more bad news for BlackBerry as market share falls to below one per cent. Plus, Isr…

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Midori House, 909

Monday 25 May

Mary Dejevsky and Phil Clark discuss the day’s main stories including the surprise results in Polish and Spanish elections, the latest developments in Burundi and why China organises prison tours for government officials…

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