On air

The Pacific Shift

The Pacific Shift brings you music from around the Pacific Rim, Asia and beyond. J-pop, K-pop, T-pop and more, Monocle is the soundtrack to your day by the Pacific.

At home

Wifi radio

We recommend our special edition Revo radio for a couple of rooms in the house – it comes with one-touch access to Monocle 24.

At the office

Desktop

Listen at the office using your web browser. Also optimised for iPad and other tablet devices you may choose to prop on your desk.

On the move

Mobile app

Our iPhone app is ideal for listening on the road – and also include access to our travel guide and daily Monocolumn.

Affairs

The Monocle Daily, 713

Wednesday 30 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.

Global

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Business

The Entrepreneurs, 146

Wednesday 30 July

We head to rural Australia to meet the man making some of the best bluegrass mandolins money can buy, look at the art of designing the perfect workplace and the entrepreneurship of architects, meet the mind behind crowd…

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Midori House, 706

Wednesday 30 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, 710

Wednesday 30 July

We discuss whether new sanctions on Russia might hurt European businesses more, hear about a corruption scandal gripping China, and also hear why Knut the polar bear is back in the news.

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The Globalist, 718

Wednesday 30 July

As deadline day for Argentina looms, we look at its current struggle to repay its international debts, we also ask why Chinese citizens are allegedly training with Islamist fighters in Syria, and assess which Russian-made…

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The Monocle Daily, 712

Tuesday 29 July

A look at what sanctions against Russia might achieve, we ask whether civilian planes should be flying over warzones, preview the US secretary of state’s upcoming visit to India, and hear from the author of the 2014 UN…

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Design

Section D, 146

Tuesday 29 July

Lisbon housing special: Section D travels to two contrasting areas of the city, Bairro da Liberdade and Portela de Sacavem, to examine the legacy of Lisbon’s housing programmes from the past five decades. Plus, we report…

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Midori House, 705

Tuesday 29 July

Former diplomat John Everard and diplomatic editor for The Times Roger Boyes give their views global affairs stories of the day, we also hear the top stories from Hungary, listen to the second chapter of our summer murder…

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The Briefing, 709

Tuesday 29 July

We discuss accusations that Russia broke the 1987 nuclear-missile test treaty, hear why diplomacy has failed so badly in Gaza, and discuss Sarah Palin’s brand new internet channel.

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The Globalist, 717

Tuesday 29 July

As the EU prepares to finalise fresh sanctions against Russia, exiled Russian entrepreneur, Evgeny Chichvarkin, and the UK’s former ambassador to Moscow, Sir Tony Brenton, assess the effectiveness of economic penalties.…

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The Monocle Daily, 711

Monday 28 July

Imtiaz Tyab of Al Jazeera English joins the show from Gaza City and Ben Hartman reports on the state of the peace movement in Israel. We also hear from The New York Times editorial board member Vikas Bajaj about the news…

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Culture

Culture, 146

Monday 28 July

Robert Bound meets music-business impresario Shep Gordon – star of the new Mike Myers documentary Supermensch, talks Blaxploitation soundtracks with Edward Griffiths, we also get the lowdown on auteur filmmaking with Mark…

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