Culture

The Stack, 134

Saturday 21 March

Discussing the advertising landscape with Tyler Brûlé and two industry creatives: Rik Moran and Nils Leonard.

Global

Culture

The Sessions at Midori House, 3

Saturday 21 March

American country-folk singer Vikesh Kapoor drops by the Monocle 24 studios to play tracks from his latest record ‘The Ballad of Willy Robbins’, a collection of songs inspired by a local news story of a construction worker…

Global

Culture / Food & Drink

The Monocle Restaurant Awards

Friday 20 March

Here’s one to get your teeth into: Monocle’s new restaurant ranking that ignores the obvious choices to delve a little deeper for the ingredients that really matter.

When was the last time you were surprised by a list ranking the best restaurants in the world? Such lists receive a lot of criticism. The same names appear on them again and again and the restaurants on them are usually…

Culture

The Monocle Arts Review, 15

Friday 20 March

Editor of 'Little White Lies', David Jenkins, reviews the latest DreamWorks Animations’ film ‘Home’ and Studio Ghibli’s Oscar-nominated ‘The Tale of Princess Kaguya’. Plus we ask whether Sean Penn makes a good action hero…

Global

Culture / Television

Trial by television

Thursday 19 March

Ed Stocker reflects on a disturbing new trend whereby broadcasters appear to be more capable of advancing some criminal cases than the police themselves – and with debatable results.

It unfolded with perfect dramatic timing. A day before the conclusion of a six-part documentary series on HBO its subject – Robert Durst – was arrested for killing one of his best friends, a claim the show had been inves…

Culture

The Monocle Arts Review, 14

Thursday 19 March

Cathy Rentzenbrick, the associate editor at ‘The Bookseller’ and director of Quick Reads, flicks through the pages of Jon Ronson’s latest investigation, ‘So You've Been Publicly Shamed’, Matt Haig’s personal battle with…

Global

Culture

The Monocle Arts Review, 13

Wednesday 18 March

Louise Levene, journalist and critic for the Financial Times compares two productions of Swan Lake in London and Paris, and discusses whether you can get an authentic experience of the ballet by watching it on a cinema…

Global

Culture

The Monocle Arts Review, 12

Tuesday 17 March

Concert producer Glenn Max swings by the studio to tell Paul Noble what we can expect at this year's Convergence festival in London, which focuses on music, art and technology.

Global

Culture

Culture with Rob Bound, 179

Monday 16 March

We go crate-digging with ‘Times' rock and pop critic Will Hodgkinson, and Matt Sullivan, co-founder of record label Light in the Attic, who tell us how you find a lost record and then get it rereleased. We also discover a…

Global

Culture

The Monocle Arts Review, 11

Monday 16 March

We review Art Basel Hong Kong, ‘Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty’ at the V&A Museum and Richard Diebenkorn at the Royal Academy of Arts – all with Fisun Guner, visual arts editor of ‘The Arts Desk’. Plus: Aisha Speirs…

Global

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