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The Recap, 27

Saturday 5 September

Highlights from this week’s live news programmes on Monocle 24, including: a look at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics as its logo is scrapped over plagiarism claims; analysis on the ongoing refugee crisis from a Middle East persp…

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The Foreign Desk, 87

Saturday 5 September

Fifteen years after the Millennium Development Goals were set, it’s time for a review. Monocle’s foreign editor Steve Bloomfield chairs a discussion asking if these targets for global development worked. Michela Wrong and…

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The Curator, 203

Saturday 5 September

We discuss some of the week’s best content from magazine shows on Monocle 24, including perhaps the art world’s best picture-framing company, how Rwanda has benefited from president Paul Kagame and a couple in Buenos Aires…

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The Monocle Daily, 995

Saturday 5 September

A week before Singapore’s first election since the death of its founding prime minister, Lee Kuan Yew, we take a look at the issues dominating the electoral agenda. We also get the lowdown on Saudi King Salman’s visit to…

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Midori House, 983

Friday 4 September

Despite a scathing editorial from ‘The New York Times’, the Australian prime minister insists that the solution to Europe’s migrant and refugee crisis is stopping the boats crossing the Mediterranean. Isabel Hilton and Tim…

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The Briefing, 997

Friday 4 September

A pacy round-up of the day’s main news stories, anchored from London by a Monocle editor. The show features informed reporting, prescient business analysis and invaluable industry reports covering everything from technology…

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The Globalist, 1005

Friday 4 September

We discuss why the V4 group of nations are meeting in Prague today, ask whether Israel should be concerned about Egypt’s new gas discovery and learn how to make ice cream Buenos Aires-style.

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The Monocle Daily, 994

Thursday 3 September

As distressing images of refugees flood in, we look at the ethics of sharing photos of a drowned Syrian child on social media. China engages in a show of military might as it marks 70 years since the end of the Second World…

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The Urbanist, 203

Thursday 3 September

We discover how fashion is weaved into the fabric of our cities, from the way New Delhi promotes ethics within the industry to how Paris is benefitting from its fashion capital status. Listen in as we head to Vancouver,…

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Midori House, 982

Thursday 3 September

In today’s show we discuses whether perceptions on migrants and refugees are changing in Britain. And after another attack by the Al-Shabaab terrorist network in Somalia, we look at what capacity there is for African nat…

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The Briefing, 996

Thursday 3 September

We learn what John Kerry’s lobbying for the Iran nuclear deal means in the US domestic political landscape, hear why Hungary’s prime minister has received a cool welcome in Brussels and find out why Russia and China want…

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The Globalist, 1004

Thursday 3 September

As China commemorates the Second World War, we discuses the political and diplomatic subtext. Plus we find out why Azerbaijan has jailed a top journalist and we get the business news from Russia.

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The Monocle Daily, 993

Wednesday 2 September

We ask a migration expert how the EU should deal with the influx of refugees as thousands are still stranded at Budapest’s main train station. President Obama seals the nuclear deal with Iran, securing the Democratic sup…

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Midori House, 981

Wednesday 2 September

The UK prime minister says accepting more refugees is not the way to solve Europe’s migrant crisis. Instead we should bring peace to the Middle East. Plus, how far is too far when it comes to graphic but important pictures…

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The Briefing, 995

Wednesday 2 September

We look at what led to a Eurostar train to be halted near the entrance of the Channel Tunnel; and learn whether Hong Kong’s beloved historic trams will be allowed to stay on its busy streets.

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