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The Briefing, 949

Tuesday 30 June

We get the latest from Tunisia, discuss a deadly incident on Japan's Shinkansen train service, review the Latin American front pages and head to Paris to hear from an astronomer about tonight's leap second.

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The Globalist, 957

Tuesday 30 June

We discuss the economic situation in Greece and Iranian nuclear negotiations, Rahul Bedi looks at the day’s business news from India and we explore the television-news industry in Ukraine.

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The Monocle Daily, 946

Monday 29 June

As pro-government protesters in Athens rally against austerity, we reflect on the impact a possible Eurozone exit could have on the country's stability and regional relations. We also discuss the EU-China Summit – and the…

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Midori House, 934

Monday 29 June

Is it crunch time for Greece in Europe? We also analyse Friday's massacre in Tunisia and ask why Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe isn't quite as popular as he once was.

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The Briefing, 948

Monday 29 June

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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Line in the sand

Monday 29 June

Japan’s alliance with the US is longstanding but an argument over the latter’s management of its military bases on Japanese soil is creating a very public controversy.

There were extraordinary scenes in Okinawa last week, Japan’s southernmost prefecture. This subtropical chain of islands is famous for its sandy beaches and clear waters but also for the preponderance of US military bases…

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The Globalist, 956

Monday 29 June

Discussions about the economic situation in Greece, the UK’s relationship with the EU and Dilma Rousseff's trip to America. We also explore the global role of news anchors and Phil Clark reviews the morning newspapers.

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The Monocle Weekly, 312

Sunday 28 June

Robert Bound and Andrew Tuck meet Lisson Gallery owner Nicholas Logsdail and discover how art can enhance the quality of life in the spaces it inhabits. They also talk to the cast of War Horse about authentically horsing…

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The Big Interview, 10

Sunday 28 June

Award-winning British performer Will Young talks to Monocle’s Georgina Godwin about life on stage and screen, campaigning against discrimination and the experience of turning instant fame into long-term success after being…

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The Recap, 17

Saturday 27 June

We discuss the aftermath of South Carolina’s church shooting, the winning design for Helsinki’s Guggenheim museum, how to fix the Gare du Nord station in Paris and why bookshops increase cities’ quality of life.

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The Foreign Desk, 77

Saturday 27 June

What does it take to turn a protest movement into a potent electoral force? Steve Bloomfield talks to Emilio Sáenz-Francés and Eduardo Suarez about the rise of Spain’s Podemos and the country’s political revolution.

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The Curator, 193

Saturday 27 June

Ben Rylan whips round the best of Monocle 24 this week: we talk ties in New York with Jacques-Elliott, whiz to Barcelona for the Sonar music festival and chat to chef-restaurateur Wolfgang Puck. Plus: we meet author Matthew…

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The Monocle Daily, 945

Friday 26 June

Paul Osbourne and Emma Nelson discuss the day’s leading stories, including terrorist attacks on civilians in France, Tunisia and Kuwait. We also take a look at Pride in Toronto and catch up with Monocle’s Ben Rylan in this…

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Midori House, 933

Friday 26 June

We analyse today’s multiple terror attacks across the world, find out why Rwanda and the UK are not seeing eye to eye, discuss whether the French media purposefully left the Calais migration crisis off its agenda and cel…

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The Briefing, 947

Friday 26 June

We’re live in France to get the latest on an attack close to the city of Lyon. We also take a look at the European Union as it is set to relocate 40,000 migrants within the next two years. Plus: we discuss the fact that…

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