Schedule

23:02 on air

The Pacific Shift

00:01 on air

Global Music

01:01 on air

The Menu

Saké and wine sommelier Vanessa Cinti contrasts the worlds of these two drinks, we meet a couple in Buenos Aires wanting to change the Argentinian ice-cream culture and we get the week’s headlines from Europe.

01:30 on air

Global Music

03:30 on air

The Entrepreneurs

We paint a colourful picture of the art world’s framing superstars John Jones. Taking a journey from the company’s massive London headquarters to its bespoke wood mill outside the capital, we tell the story of this successful second-generation family firm as it preserves and protects everything from Warhols, Bacons and Banksys to treasured family photographs.

04:01 on air

Global Music

05:01 on air

Section D

As ‘The Monocle Guide to Cosy Homes’ hits the shelves we take a look at the products, places and people that make for some of the best places to live. We visit furniture shop Førest London and hear from architect Pascal Flammer who built a “stöckli”, or farmstead, for his family. Plus: we take a virtual tour of Barcelona’s remarkable Walden 7 apartment complex.

05:30 on air

Global Music

06:01 on air

Culture with Rob Bound

We assess the success of the Austin-Toronto Music City Alliance, and see how Toronto is building itself as a music destination through interviews with mayor John Tory, British broadcaster and festival organiser Rob Da Bank and other musicians, promoters and venue owners from the city.

06:30 on air

Global Music

07:01 on air

The Urbanist

We discover how fashion is weaved into the fabric of our cities, from the way New Delhi promotes ethics within the industry to how Paris is benefitting from its fashion capital status. Listen in as we head to Vancouver, home to the world’s only Eco Fashion Week. We also find out if you can identify a city by what people wear.

07:30 on air

Global Music

08:02 on air

The Weekend Edition

08:15 on air

The Sessions at Midori House

Rhodes is fast becoming a popular name on the British singer-songwriter scene, with live appearances alongside the likes of Rufus Wainwright, Laura Marling and London Grammar under his belt. This September he releases his debut record ‘Wishes’ and is in the studio to play us some of its tracks on this week’s show.

08:30 on air

The Weekend Edition

09:02 on air

The Curator

We discuss some of the week’s best content from magazine shows on Monocle 24, including perhaps the art world’s best picture-framing company, how Rwanda has benefited from president Paul Kagame and a couple in Buenos Aires who want to change the Argentinian ice-cream culture.

10:02 on air

The Stack

Ben Rylan sits down with David Plaisant to review some Icelandic magazines old and new, including ‘I booi natturunnar’, ‘Neptun’ and ‘Timarit’. We also hear why Icelanders love their magazines so much. Plus: we talk to some of the talented editors at Indiecon in Hamburg.

10:30 on air

The Weekend Edition

12:02 on air

The Foreign Desk

Fifteen years after the Millennium Development Goals were set, it’s time for a review. Monocle’s foreign editor Steve Bloomfield chairs a discussion asking if these targets for global development worked. Michela Wrong and Simon Maxwell join the debate and question whether this box-ticking approach is the best way to measure progress. Plus: John W. McArthur explains how the Sustainable Development Goals, the next stage, aim to further this UN initiative.

12:30 on air

The Weekend Edition

14:02 on air

The Recap

Highlights from this week’s live news programmes on Monocle 24, including: a look at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics as its logo is scrapped over plagiarism claims; analysis on the ongoing refugee crisis from a Middle East perspective; and how Russia has partnered with China to challenge Airbus and Boeing. Plus: is Sarah Palin’s interview with Donald Trump a new low for US television?

14:30 on air

The Weekend Edition

16:01 on air

The Curator

We discuss some of the week’s best content from magazine shows on Monocle 24, including perhaps the art world’s best picture-framing company, how Rwanda has benefited from president Paul Kagame and a couple in Buenos Aires who want to change the Argentinian ice-cream culture.

17:01 on air

Global Music

18:01 on air

The Foreign Desk

Fifteen years after the Millennium Development Goals were set, it’s time for a review. Monocle’s foreign editor Steve Bloomfield chairs a discussion asking if these targets for global development worked. Michela Wrong and Simon Maxwell join the debate and question whether this box-ticking approach is the best way to measure progress. Plus: John W. McArthur explains how the Sustainable Development Goals, the next stage, aim to further this UN initiative.

18:30 on air

Global Music

22:01 on air

The Stack

Ben Rylan sits down with David Plaisant to review some Icelandic magazines old and new, including ‘I booi natturunnar’, ‘Neptun’ and ‘Timarit’. We also hear why Icelanders love their magazines so much. Plus: we talk to some of the talented editors at Indiecon in Hamburg.

22:30 on air

Global Music

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