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714 11 Aug 2014
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James Schneider and John Everard discuss the latest developments in Ukraine and also ask what role Obama can still play in an increasingly unstable Iraq. Plus, Monocle correspondent Aram Lebor tells us why Hungary’s Roma community is making its voice heard.

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713 8 Aug 2014
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We discuss today’s top news stories with Robert Fox and Dr James Boys, check in with our correspondent in Belgrade, and talk about this week’s film releases with critic Tim Robey.

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712 7 Aug 2014
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We look at how much influence Germany and Angela Merkel can have on Gaza, ask if Boris Johnson’s political aims are forging a new form of leadership, and learn about reactions in Italy to prime minister Matteo Renzi’s reforms.

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711 6 Aug 2014
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We discuss the day’s top stories with Shashank Joshi and Daniella Peled, author Philip Ball discusses his book Invisible: The Dangerous Allure of the Unseen, and Adrian Craddock reviews the latest in Australian television.

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710 5 Aug 2014
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We discuss the day’s biggest news stories with Martin Plaut and Isabel Hilton, hear why there are very few female superheroes in films, and review new dance music with London-based DJ and producer Phil Mison.

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709 4 Aug 2014
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Brett Mason and Samira Shackle discuss the day’s top stories, we check-in with our correspondent in Paris, enjoy the conclusion of our fiction murder mystery, and Sue Steward reviews the best in current photography exhibitions.

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708 1 Aug 2014
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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 fifth part of Monocle’s murder mystery mystery.

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707 31 Jul 2014
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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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706 30 Jul 2014
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As the violence in Gaza continues, Kathleen Burk and Dr James Boys discuss the situation, we also analyse the NSA-reform bill and the likelihood of President Obama being sued, talk to our Denmark correspondent Michael Booth, hear chapter three of our Monocle murder mystery, and review this week’s TV in the US.

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705 29 Jul 2014
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Former diplomat John Everard and diplomatic editor for The Times Roger Boyes give their views global affairs stories of the day, we also hear the top stories from Hungary, listen to the second chapter of our summer murder mystery, and discuss how Krautrock has influenced the music scene since the 1960s.

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704 28 Jul 2014
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Xenia Wickett and Ivor Gaber analyse Russia’s $50bn oil bill, look how the Gaza conflict is being covered in Israeli media, and how the US might still influence the power balance in Syria. We also check in with our correspondent in Belgrade, hear the first chapter of our summer murder mystery, and review the week’s top art exhibitions in New York.

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703 25 Jul 2014
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We discuss today’s top news with Phil Clark and Raffaello Pantucci, diplomatic editor for Sky News, Tim Marshall, discusses his new book about football chants, we also review this week’s film releases with Anna Smith, and check in with our contributor Syma Tariq to hear the latest news from Lisbon.

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