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The Foreign Desk, 27

Saturday 12 July

A debate on the future of Iraqi Kurdistan chaired by foreign editor Steve Bloomfield, as Iraq’s military continues its fight against Isis forces in the country. Featuring Bayan Sami Abdul Rahman, Iraqi Kurdistan’s High…

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The Stack, 98

Saturday 12 July

Tom Edwards welcomes editor Andrew Tuck and senior editorial assistant Thomas Reynolds into the studio for an assessment of what’s good – and not so good – among the magazines currently occupying newsstands. We also head…

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The Curator, 143

Saturday 12 July

Monocle's Tomos Lewis with some of our favourite bits from the past seven days on Monocle 24. There’s a debate on how to resolve the escalating crisis between Israel and Gaza, a report on Bratislava's thriving tech entre…

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The Monocle Daily, 700

Friday 11 July

What are the regional implications of the turmoil in Gaza? We also explore the status of the F35 jet, get an update on the week in luxury news with Piers Schmidt and enjoy a Friday night out in Brazil.

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The Menu, 143

Friday 11 July

We’re in Vienna to see how conservative Austrian eaters are getting into the taste of experimental dining. We also hear how food-art duo Bompas & Parr are trying to save the heritage of British menus and get a taster of a…

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Midori House, 693

Friday 11 July

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, 697

Friday 11 July

Ben Judah and Antonio Sampaio discuss Vladimir Putin's visit to South America and what impact it's likely to have, if any. Plus: author Ben Lyttleton discusses problem penalties at the World Cup and foreign editor Steve…

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The Globalist, 705

Friday 11 July

Why Clive Palmer may be the new power player in Australian politics, a discussion about the legacy of the World Cup in Brazil and a review of this morning's Russian front pages.

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The Monocle Daily, 699

Thursday 10 July

In a packed show we discuss Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s political rival, French anti-terror legislation, London's polluted air and the business of books.

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The Urbanist, 143

Thursday 10 July

Suburbs: how to bring them back to life, what a 'sprawl index' says about a city and what happens when neglected ’burbs fight back. Join us as we head to Istanbul, Washington DC, New York and London.

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Midori House, 692

Thursday 10 July

Dr Oscar Guardiola-Rivera and Mary Dejevsky discuss today's news, from Ukraine and Russia to Honduras and Brazil. We also explore the world of freediving with author James Nestor and review the newest books on the market…

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The Briefing, 696

Thursday 10 July

We examine India’s budget with Shashank Bengali of the LA Times, defence expert Robert Fox assesses what an Israeli ground offensive would look like, and author and journalist Adrian Wooldridge discusses his new book,…

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  • We’re in Vienna to see how conservative Austrian eaters are getting into the taste of experimental dining. We also hear how food-art duo Bompas & Parr are trying to save the heritage of British menus and get a taster of a new spirit called Solbeso.
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