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.

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The Monocle Daily, 737

Tuesday 2 September

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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Design

Section D, 151

Tuesday 2 September

A look at British Brutalist architecture as Tom Morris meets the designer of a new Barbican-themed computer game, Edward Mascarenhas, and we climb London’s Trellick Tower where we talk bags with Ally Capellino. There’s also…

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Midori House, 730

Tuesday 2 September

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, 734

Tuesday 2 September

We report on fresh evidence of ethnic cleansing in northern Iraq, hear the latest in aviation news, discuss Monocle’s new partnership with Nikkei Inc, and talk to the founder of a new coffee museum in Dubai.

Global

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The Globalist, 742

Tuesday 2 September

African leaders meet to tackle terrorism across the continent, we hear a history of Colombia’s communist FARC rebel group and one of London’s iconic structures becomes a stage for gamers.

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The Monocle Daily, 736

Monday 1 September

Libya’s chaos continues as rebel groups cement their hold over Tripoli, we assess what might happen in Lesotho after the flight-into-exile of the prime minister and we ask whether the iWallet is any closer to fruition.

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Culture

Culture, 151

Monday 1 September

Robert Bound gets the lowdown on storytelling phenomenon The Moth with bestselling author Neil Gaiman, meets abstract painter Sean Scully, and enjoys a Midori House session from Boston-born dream-folk artist Marissa Nadler…

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Midori House, 729

Monday 1 September

We discuss the day’s top stories with Nina Schick and Samira Shackle, check in with our woman in Rio and discuss a new art project in Santander.

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The Briefing, 733

Monday 1 September

We discuss pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, hear about Brazil’s tightening presidential race, and ask whether Mitt Romney will make a run for the White House in 2016.

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The Globalist, 741

Monday 1 September

We ask if a military coup might topple Pakistan’s first democratically elected government for a generation, get the latest on the Ukrainian crisis, and hear the first instalment of our week-long series on terrorism around…

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The Monocle Weekly, 269

Sunday 31 August

Andrew Tuck and Robert Bound learn how to write a modern ghost story with author Joanna Briscoe, hear how John Moore's latest album came about (and sing along too), and discuss Girl Soldiers in the US with Helen Thorpe.

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The Foreign Desk, 34

Saturday 30 August

Monocle foreign editor Steve Bloomfield assesses whether European football, which boasts some of the most popular and lucrative leagues in the world, is the continent’s most potent soft-power tool. Featuring football wri…

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