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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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827 29 Jan 2015
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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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826 28 Jan 2015
01:00:00

As new Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras holds his first cabinet meeting we assess Greece's economic future. Plus we ask whether an office block should be preserved for future generations and review the latest TV releases.

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825 27 Jan 2015
00:58:33

After Cuba’s Fidel Castro says that he doesn't trust the US, Tom Edwards asks Jeffrey Kofman and Kathleen Burk for their take on the complex diplomatic relationship. We also check in with the weeklies in Brazil and get the latest in music with Monocle’s Paul Noble.

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824 26 Jan 2015
01:00:00

Monocle’s editor Andrew Tuck discusses reactions to the killing of a Japanese citizen by Isis militants in Syria, we also analyse US president Barack Obama’s historic visit to India, and cross to Greece for some insight on how the business community is feeling about their new left-leaning prime minister.

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823 23 Jan 2015
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The latest on the coup in Yemen, we hear from our man in Copenhagen Michael Booth, and get film reviews with Karen Krizanovich.

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822 22 Jan 2015
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As the European Central Bank announces an ambitious programme of quantitative easing, Michael Binyon and Robert Fox discuss this and the other day’s main stories.

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821 21 Jan 2015
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Mary Dejevsky, Roger Boyes and Alessio Patalano discuss through the day's biggest news stories. Plus the latest from the World Economic Forum in Davos.

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820 20 Jan 2015
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As Japan’s PM Shinzo Abe vows to rescue two Japanese hostages being held by Isis, Tim Marshall and James Schneider discuss this and the day’s other top stories. Plus this week’s top music recommendations.

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819 19 Jan 2015
01:00:00

John Everard and Phil Clark discuss the day’s major news stories including the Boko Haram attacks in Cameroon. We also check in at Milan’s men's fashion week and review the new US art exhibitions.

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818 16 Jan 2015
01:00:00

With Donetsk Airport now under rebel control, hopes for further talks are fading fast. Tadhg Enright is joined by Mary Dejevsky from ‘The Independent’ and Jeffrey Kofman from ABC News as we discuss the deteriorating situation in Ukraine, as well as UK prime minister David Cameron's plan to increase internet-based surveillance.

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817 15 Jan 2015
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With the White House steering clear of the term "Islamic extremists", Martin Plaut and Samira Shackle discuss the importance of words in battling terror. Also: Fernando Augusto Pacheco flicks through the news weeklies in Brazil, we check in with the Pitti Uomo trade fair in Florence and Arifa Akbar guides us through the world of books.

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816 14 Jan 2015
01:00:00

In light of the decision by some media outlets not to publish the ‘Charlie Hebdo’ cartoons, Markus Hippi asks Ivor Gaber and Sebastian Borger whether it amounts to editorial discretion or poor journalism. Plus: New York bureau chief Ed Stocker on the race for the Republican nomination and Peter White from ‘Broadcast’ magazine on the final episodes of ‘Mad Men’.

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