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The Monocle Daily, 715

Friday 1 August

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 Menu, 146

Friday 1 August

We are in Vienna to meet three sisters who want to challenge Austrian baking traditions, get of the latest on London’s cold-brew coffee front, and visit one of the most successful hop farms in upstate New York.

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Midori House, 708

Friday 1 August

Tim Marshall of Sky News and James Hoare of SOAS discuss the kidnapping of an Israeli soldier and what it means for any possible ceasefire, we also review the best Italian film releases with Luca Mastrantonio, and hear the…

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The Briefing, 712

Friday 1 August

As Israel and Palestine agree to a 72-hour ceasefire, we assess the likelihood of that agreement lasting. Plus, we get the latest from the Ukraine crash site, ask why blocking ambassadors in the US is a popular strategic…

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The Globalist, 720

Friday 1 August

Monocle’s editor-in-chief Tyler Brûlé and Emma Nelson ask why Shinzo Abe has become the most-travelled Japanese prime minister in recent memory. We assess how Malaysia Airlines might move forward in its current form, and…

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The Monocle Daily, 714

Thursday 31 July

We hear from the Quilliam Foundation’s Haras Rafiq about the spread of extremism in the Middle East, check in with correspondent Ben Tavener in São Paulo about a giant new church, and get a round-up of the Asian papers with…

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The Urbanist, 146

Thursday 31 July

Dogs: we spend an hour with man’s best friend and look at the city from a dog’s eye-view. Why are city-slickers gaga over pricey pooch pampering?

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Midori House, 707

Thursday 31 July

We discuss why the US has decided to supply Israel with weapons, hear why Rob Ford is back in the news, and review the best of this week’s new books.

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The Briefing, 711

Thursday 31 July

As Israel’s reservists are called up, we get the latest from the Gaza conflict, ask why Argentina’s debt talk failed, and asses Nato’s weaknesses in Eastern Europe. Plus, we review the day’s newspapers from North America…

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The Globalist, 719

Thursday 31 July

When, if ever, should a government pay for the release of hostages? Mark Harris and Laurence Miller discuss a report that suggests Europe is paying more and more for the release of its citizens captured overseas. We also…

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The Monocle Daily, 713

Wednesday 30 July

We investigate Africa’s deadliest virus but also ask whether Ebola is quite the killer bug it’s cracked up to be with Sandra Smiley from Medicins Sans Frontieres and journalist Arwen Kidd, who recently returned from Liberia…

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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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Monocle 24

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  • 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 on housing initiatives pursued by Lisbon City Hall and look at the work of the Oikonet research network.
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