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827 13 Jan 2015
01:00:00

As Charlie Hebdo hits newsstands, Imke Henkel of Die Zeit and Roger Boyes of The Times discuss the dilemma for other news organisations regarding whether to republish the cover. Plus: Tyler Brûlé on whether social-media networks should screen inflammatory content and we assess the diet consuming Brazil's political class.

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826 12 Jan 2015
00:57:24

Croatia has elected its first female president but can Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic can do anything to revive the country's stagnant economy? Elsewhere in the show, architect John McAslan assesses reconstruction efforts in Haiti post-earthquake and we weigh up New York mayor Bill de Blasio’s first twelve months in office.

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825 9 Jan 2015
01:00:00

As the siege in Paris ends, we analyse the fallout of a deadly week in France: Monocle editor in chief Tyler Brûlé hosts a roundtable chat with editors about the events in the city, we look at the nature of live coverage of the chaotic situation, and see how newspapers around the world are reacting.

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824 8 Jan 2015
00:59:11

A manhunt continues in Paris as tens of thousands of police search for the Charlie Hebdo suspects; we get a live update from Paris. Plus: we get a sneak peak at what's inside the next edition of the Nikkei Asian Review.

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823 7 Jan 2015
00:58:55

Our Paris correspondent brings us the latest on the shootings at Charlie Hebdo and we ask a military and security analyst to dissect the actions of the gunmen. Plus: more troubles for Brazil's Petrobras and we learn why a Canadian bull is being honoured in a Havana square.

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822 6 Jan 2015
00:57:05

Problems with drug cartels follow Mexico’s president to Washington as he meets with Barack Obama. Plus we discuss why Pakistan wants military courts to try insurgents and how high-speed rail will change the US’s west coast.

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821 5 Jan 2015
00:59:11

With Arab League ambassadors discussing the Libyan crisis, what challenges lie ahead for the region in 2015? Plus, India’s first transgender mayor, the changing real-estate market in New York and all the news from Asia.

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820 26 Dec 2014
00:54:38

Winter Series: in the final episode we talk food and hospitality. Code's Adam Hyman, Caravan's Miles Kirby and Arabica's James Walters discuss the trends and themes of 2014 with Tom Edwards.

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819 25 Dec 2014
01:00:00

Winter Series: 2014 in film is today's theme. Tom Edwards is joined by film critics Jason Solomons and Karen Krizanovich, while Beatie Wolfe supplies the music.

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818 24 Dec 2014
01:00:00

Winter Series: in the third episode we head to the gallery to talk about the state of the art world. The Lisson Gallery's Ossian Ward and Tate Modern's Mark Godfrey join Tom Edwards and Gillian Dobias.

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817 23 Dec 2014
01:00:00

Winter Series: day two sees Tom Edwards talking music in the company of Monocle 24's Nick Luscombe, Crispin Parry from British Underground, and journalist Pete Paphides. Music comes from jazz singer Ben Cox.

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816 22 Dec 2014
00:55:11

Winter Series: Tom Edwards kicks off this annual series with a look back at the year in literature in the company of Alex Clark, Ellah Allfrey OBE and Monocle 24's Georgina Godwin. Music comes from Will Grove-White.

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