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The Stack, 179

Saturday 30 January

When we leaf through the pages of the world’s most luxurious publications, what is it about the images and words that captivates and enthralls us? Lucia van der Post joins Tyler Brûlé to reflect on the state of today’s…

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The Sessions at Midori House, 48

Saturday 30 January

Legendary Malian singer Rokia Traoré tells us about her new album ‘Né So’ – which translates as “home” – and discusses what home means to her.

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The Cinema Show, 8

Friday 29 January

Sneaking about in the shadows, dressed in our Burberry trenches, we assess the spy scene in the cinema. From Michael Caine in ‘The Ipcress File’ (1965) to Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘Saboteur’ (1942), author and social scientist…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 230

Friday 29 January

Monocle’s New York bureau chief Ed Stocker is fresh off the plane from Utah for the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. He talks us through three documentaries that caught his eye: ‘Jim: The James Foley Story’, a look at the life…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 229

Thursday 28 January

Sharmaine Lovegrove, co-founder of Dialogue Scouting, and Monocle’s Matt Alagiah talk through the week in books, featuring ‘A Guide to Berlin’ by Gail Jones and Moroccan writer Tahar Ben Jelloun’s ‘The Happy Marriage’. Plus…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 228

Wednesday 27 January

On this week’s theatre review we discuss Alistair McGowan’s role as a coma patient trying to piece together the last 10 years of his life in ‘4000 Days’ and we head to the Lyrics Hammersmith theatre for a reprise of the…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 227

Tuesday 26 January

Potential new wave out-takes meet 1980s corporate video tunes and manic marimba visions in this week’s music review. Broadcaster and DJ Nick Luscombe talks Robert Bound through upcoming releases from London-based producer…

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Culture with Rob Bound, 224

Monday 25 January

Will Hodgkinson, rock and pop critic for ‘The Times’, tells us how David Bowie led the world in musical legacies. We also meet sculptor Frances Segelman to find out how you immortalise someone in statue form. Plus: David…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 226

Monday 25 January

Monocle’s Balkans correspondent Guy De Launey talks through Belgrade’s art scene with Robert Bound, with pit-stops at the Academy of Arts and Sciences and the ArtGet gallery in the Belgrade Cultural Centre.

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Meet the Writers, 7

Saturday 23 January

Two guests on Meet the Writers this week. First we have Marie Kondo, the self-confessed “crazy tidying fanatic” who is currently occupying the first and second slots of ‘The New York Times’ best-seller list with her books…

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The Stack, 178

Saturday 23 January

From the industry staples to the grand dames of consumer fashion, we’re peeling back the covers of fashion publishing. Plus: as pioneering Australian title ‘Cleo’ bids us farewell, we consider what makes the modern fashion…

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The Sessions at Midori House, 47

Saturday 23 January

Brooklyn singer and pianist Tor Miller comes to Midori House armed with his keyboard. Tune in to hear him play a trio of tracks and tell us how his songs are a love letter to New York.

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The Cinema Show, 7

Friday 22 January

The Sundance Film Festival is the world's home of independent cinema and a key launching pad for emerging talent – but it’s also a crucial pot-stirrer for issues the mainstream wouldn’t touch. In this special edition we…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 225

Friday 22 January

Tim Robey, film critic for 'The Daily Telegraph', discusses Adam McKay’s Wall Street saga ‘The Big Short’, Sandra Bullock’s role as a US spin doctor sent to help a Bolivian president in ‘Our Brand is Crisis’ and a docume…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 224

Thursday 21 January

Author Mark Mason leafs through a few recent literary releases with Monocle’s Ben Rylan. Together they discuss Francesca Kay’s latest novel ‘The Long Room’, which explores surveillance and human interest in other beings.…

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