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Culture

Culture

Sundance old and new: Robert Bound meets Jackie Siegel, star of Queen of Versailles – the break out hit of Sundance 2012 and asks what went down well at this year’s Festival. Plus, a session from Devendra Banhart, and we…

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03:00

Business

The Entrepreneurs

We meet the mind behind Wantful – a service to find the perfect gift – and look at the upper echelon of the hairdressing industry, while Gillian Dobias visits Paperworld in Frankfurt.

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06:00

Affairs

The Globalist

An overview of the Munich Security Conference with defence writer Robert Fox, we say farewell to Canadian pennies, and get the latest business news from the Czech Republic.

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09:00

Design

Section D

The hits and misses from three design trade fairs in three cities, IDS in Toronto, IMM in Köln and Maison et Objet in Paris.

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12:00

Affairs

The Briefing

We remember Ed Koch as one of New York City’s great mayors, find out why Cambodians waited four months for the funeral of King Norodom Sihanouk, and take a look at luxury market news with Sagra Maceira de Rosen.

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14:00

Affairs

The Urbanist

Concrete: invented in the Roman era but seemingly modern, we talk about concrete with architects, urbanists, psychologists and academics. Does it drive us mad? How does it differ in Japan, Italy or Switzerland? And, what…

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18:00

Affairs

Midori House

We head to the Munich Security Conference, find out why automation is hurting aviation, get an update on the protests in Cairo, and review the new Libyan banknote.

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19:00

Edits

The Menu

A report from the Bocuse d’Or gastronomic event in Lyon, we hear how Singapore’s bar scene is getting a facelift, and speak to one of the most celebrated food critics in Brazil, Josimar Mello.

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22:00

Affairs

The Monocle Daily

A look at the successes of EU foreign policy, we ask some friends of Monocle for their book recommendations, and get tips for a great Friday evening in Belgrade.

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