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The Globalist, 820

Friday 19 December

Monocle's Joseph Dana looks back at a week of negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians. We also assess how Thailand's military junta intends to change the country's constitution and hear from one of the world's most…

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The Monocle Daily, 814

Thursday 18 December

Cuba expert Stephen Wilkinson is joined by commentators in Brazil and Venezuela to discuss the US announcement of a rapprochement with the communist isle.

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The Urbanist, 166

Thursday 18 December

Lessons from 2014: we wrap up a good year for cities with Monocle correspondents based in Istanbul, Madrid and Tokyo. Plus, a report on Toronto’s laneways and a look at what might be the biggest change to hit city roads in…

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Midori House, 807

Thursday 18 December

A one-hour news show airing at 18.00 London time. Get the views of our editors and correspondents around the world.

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The Briefing, 811

Thursday 18 December

We unpick the content of Vladimir Putin's annual news conference and our Brussels correspondent looks ahead to today’s gathering of EU leaders. Plus we review the North American papers.

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The Globalist, 819

Thursday 18 December

Tonia Samsonova and Sarah Lain preview Vladimir Putin’s annual address to the press, we assess the demise of the sleeper train in Europe, and find out about the world’s largest floating Christmas tree.

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The Monocle Daily, 813

Wednesday 17 December

We discuss the next steps for the US and Cuba’s diplomatic relations, learn how China inked a deal with Serbia and Hungary to bring high-speed rail to those nations, and get the latest news from Latin America.

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The Entrepreneurs, 166

Wednesday 17 December

We peruse the Turkish retail and hospitality scenes in Portland, Eden Collinsworth discusses her new book I Stand Corrected, Asi Sharabi of Lostmyname explains the service’s personalised children’s books, we meet the cre…

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Midori House, 806

Wednesday 17 December

As a new chapter in US-Cuban relations appears to be emerging, Jeffrey Kofman and Michael Binyon discuss it and today’s other top stories. We also find out why Australians aren’t so keen on domestic cinema, and review the…

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Monocle Presents, 15

Wednesday 17 December

A fresh selection of new tracks chosen by guest DJs and friends of Monocle 24 from around the world.

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The Briefing, 810

Wednesday 17 December

We discuss the reaction of Pakistan’s prime minister Nawaz Sharif to yesterday’s massacre by the Taliban at a Peshawar school, learn what might be on the agenda as Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko visits Poland, and get…

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The Globalist, 818

Wednesday 17 December

We discuss Turkey’s crackdown on the press, learn if South Korea’s transport ministry might penalise Korean Air, and hear why 15,000 people marched in Dresden against the “Islamification” of Germany.

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