Episode Date Description Download Play
755 1 Oct 2014
01:00:00

Inside the Hong Kong protests with our bureau chief Aisha Speirs, we hear about Ukraine and Russia potentially taking their conflict to the courtroom, and sit down with an Icelandic journalist for her take on the country’s men-only gender-equality conference.

Download Play
754 30 Sep 2014
01:00:00

The view from the ground as Hong Kong’s protests continue. Also on the show: how Russia’s state-controlled railway is still on track in spite of sanctions and Brazil’s ambitious plans for more airports.

Download Play
753 29 Sep 2014
00:55:30

A live update from our bureau chief in Hong Kong as pro-democracy protests there continue, we also hear about the new president of Afghanistan, and discuss the Spanish government’s reaction to Catalan plans for an independence referendum.

Download Play
752 26 Sep 2014
01:00:00

We trace the evolution of the European left’s response to the current crisis in Iraq, look ahead to Narendra Modi’s first visit to the US, and ask two perfumers what Che Guevara smelled like.

Download Play
751 25 Sep 2014
00:59:30

What priorities are Asian states bringing to the lectern at the UN General Assembly? What could British airstrikes add to the fight against Isis militants in Iraq? We discuss these questions and more in this edition.

Download Play
750 24 Sep 2014
00:59:30

We hear about the Khorasan group targeted by the US in Syria, look at the dynamics of debate at the UN General Assembly and discuss Air France's plan to expand its low-cost Transavia arm.

Download Play
749 23 Sep 2014
01:00:00

Tom Edwards talks to Fawaz Gerges about today’s air strikes on Syria and hears from our correspondent in Greece as that country’s premier meets with Angela Merkel in Berlin. Plus, we meet founder of the Raindance Film Festival, Elliot Grove, and discuss the expansion of the Emirates airline with Monocle’s Tristan McAllister.

Download Play
748 22 Sep 2014
00:59:35

We discuss Poland’s new government, Afghanistan’s recent power-sharing deal and Japan’s plan to launch a domestic fighter jet. Plus we hear from the founder of Fashion Film Festival Milano.

Download Play
747 19 Sep 2014
00:59:37

As Scotland sides with the “No” campaign, we ask what will become of all the devolution promises made by David Cameron. Plus, analysis of the latest hostage message from Islamic State, we discuss today’s business and luxury news, and preview a new David Lynch exhibition in Philadelphia.

Download Play
746 18 Sep 2014
00:59:36

We discuss the largest anti-terror operation in Australian history, find out how Brazil made it off the world hunger map, review the week’s media news with Stephen Armstrong, and Rob Schwartz of Billboard explains Japan’s love of CDs.

Download Play
745 17 Sep 2014
00:59:37

We get analysis on Xi Jinping’s first official visit to India, look at the rebuilding of the Gaza Strip, discuss the political future of Nicolas Sarkozy and preview the Pyongyang International Film Festival.

Download Play
744 16 Sep 2014
01:00:00

We look at Iran’s role in containing the threat of Isis, analyse the ‘New Climate Economy’ with Michael Jacobs and discuss the latest business and aviation news in the studio.

Download Play
Show more

Monocle 24

× The Continental Shift

Loading

0:00:00 0:01:00

Drag me