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813 9 Jan 2015
00:59:03

We discuss the unfolding events in France with Michael Binyon from The Times and The Evening Standard’s Robert Fox. We also hear about a new film from behind the scenes of London's National Gallery and Christopher Frey reports from Toronto.

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812 8 Jan 2015
00:59:07

We discuss the cultural implications of this week's horrific events in Paris with George Brock and Shashank Joshi. We also glimpse into the world of books with Sharmaine Lovegrove, Imke Henkel guides us through the German weeklies and Georgina Godwin sits down with music legend Brian Eno.

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811 7 Jan 2015
00:59:03

After the massacre of 12 people at a Paris satirical newspaper, we get the reactions of the Evening Standard’s Robert Fox and Daniella Peled, editor at the Institute for War and Peace Reporting. Also on the show: Massimo Bottura, chef patron at Osteria Francescana in Modena, and theatre critic Matt Wolf.

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810 6 Jan 2015
00:56:21

We discuss the day’s top stories with Raffaello Pantucci and Quentin Peel, review the Chinese news weeklies with Patrick Boehler and Nick Luscombe shares his top music tracks.

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809 5 Jan 2015
01:00:00

As Lebanon takes new measures to prevent the flow of Syrian refugees, we discuss the consequences. We also meet Scottish percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie and review the latest Italian art exhibitions.

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808 19 Dec 2014
00:59:45

John Everard and Robert Fox discuss the day's main news stories, we get the local discussion topics in São Paulo and review new book releases for the holiday season.

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807 18 Dec 2014
00:56:54

Isabel Hilton and James Schneider discuss Vladimir Putin's speech and the day's other top stories; we also leaf through the latest Italian weeklies and review new book releases.

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806 17 Dec 2014
01:00:00

As a new chapter in US-Cuban relations appears to be emerging, Jeffrey Kofman and Michael Binyon discuss it and today’s other top stories. We also find out why Australians aren’t so keen on domestic cinema, and review the best in new theatre with critic Matt Wolf.

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805 16 Dec 2014
01:00:00

Analysis of the Taliban’s attack on a school in Pakistan, we ask what EU foreign ministers can do to help bring peace to Syria, and discuss gun control in the US. Plus, a chat with celebrated producer Young Guru, we review the Brazilian news weeklies, and talk soaps, corruption and censorship in Turkey.

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804 15 Dec 2014
01:00:00

We discuss the clearance of Hong Kong’s protest sites, the re-election of Japan’s Prime Minister Abe and travel upset in Belgium. Plus we get the latest news from Toronto and hear about the history of stolen art.

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803 12 Dec 2014
01:00:00

We discuss Latin America’s reaction to CIA interrogation methods, review the latest Bollywood films, and meet one of the neighbours of Monocle’s new Tokyo bureau.

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802 11 Dec 2014
01:00:00

We ask how much might George W Bush have known about the CIA’s interrogation methods? There’s also book recommendations for the holiday season, and we preview the nominees for the Golden Globe awards.

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