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Monocle culture editor Robert Bound takes an international look at the latest in film, music and the arts. Plus – weekly Midori House music sessions.

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The Globalist, 714

Thursday 24 July

This one-hour show airs at 06.00 London time and looks ahead to events that will shape the day in Europe, and beyond, with a special focus on Turkey and the Gulf.

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The Monocle Daily, 708

Wednesday 23 July

Regular check-ins and live interviews from the US and all across the Americas add to the mix of guests and analysis from our studios in London.

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The Entrepreneurs, 145

Wednesday 23 July

We visit a family farm in northern Greece, talk future tech with Adrian David Cheok of the Mixed Reality Lab, explore the US craft-beer movement with Steve Hindy of Brooklyn Brewery, discuss branding with Jeanette Pritchard…

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Midori House, 701

Wednesday 23 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, 705

Wednesday 23 July

We profile three international leaders who could play a crucial role in healing the conflict between Gaza and Israel. Plus, we hear from the Saint-Nazaire shipyard in France, which is building two Russian warships, and ask…

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The Globalist, 713

Wednesday 23 July

We discuss the diplomatic fallout in the aftermath of MH17, ask whether the Commonwealth really matters anymore, and learn how to make the perfect Aperol Spritz.

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The Monocle Daily, 707

Tuesday 22 July

As a rocket lands close to Ben Gurion airport in Israel, Ben Hartman of The Jerusalem Post discusses what it might mean for the ongoing conflict. We also look at EU foreign ministers’ response to Russia regarding MH17, and…

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Section D, 145

Tuesday 22 July

We take a hard-hat tour of the new Park Hyatt hotel in New York with the design firm behind it, Yabu Pushelberg. Plus, a look at how architecture can be a tool for change with the director of Architecture for Humanity, Eric…

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Midori House, 700

Tuesday 22 July

Samira Shackle and James Schneider assess what hope there is for an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire for Gaza, our Madrid correspondent explains how hundreds of major artworks in Spain have disappeared, and our music review…

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The Briefing, 704

Tuesday 22 July

Will South Korea begin the process of national healing after finding the body of a businessman connected with the Sewol ferry disaster? We also profile Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's political future and dis…

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The Globalist, 712

Tuesday 22 July

Atef Alshaer and Amjad Iraqi assess the latest from the conflict between the IDF and Hamas. Plus: as Thailand's military junta opens a “reconciliation festival” in Bangkok we look at the evolution of propaganda in Southeast…

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The Monocle Daily, 706

Monday 21 July

Find out how Russia views the MH17 tragedy through the eyes of professor Nina L Khrushcheva. You can also discover how the US is reporting the crisis in Gaza and what Bellingcat founder Eliot Higgins hopes to contribute to…

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  • Monocle culture editor Robert Bound meets the mind behind London’s Secret Cinema events ahead of one of their most audacious plans yet, talks to author and journalist Simon Heffer, and enjoys a Midori House session from celebrated French musician Sébastien Tellier.
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