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The Monocle Daily, 1546

16 October 2017

Sets the agenda in Asia and considers what’s been dominating the day in Europe and North America. The programme is sometimes co-hosted out of our Toronto and New York bureaux and features regular interviews with special…

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Midori House, 1515

16 October 2017

We ask who Austria’s new leader is and analyse the terrorist atrocity that occurred in Mogadishu this weekend. Plus: we question why the media didn’t report Harvey Weinstein’s behaviour sooner and look at the continuing…

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The Foreign Desk, Bonus feature: A new politics?

16 October 2017

En Marche holds power in France, the far-right Alternative für Deutschland is challenging Angela Merkel’s uninterrupted grip on power in Germany and Greece’s radical left-wing group, Syriza, is the largest party in the…

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The Briefing, 1548

16 October 2017

We ask if Austria’s new leader will seek an alliance with the far-right Freedom party and discuss reports of clashes between Iraqi and Kurdish forces. Plus: we look ahead to China’s party congress and query if repetition…

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The Globalist, 1556

16 October 2017

As Austria seems set to be run by the world's youngest leader, we look at the implications of the election result. Plus: Donald Trump’s seemingly non-existent Iran plan and a scandal surrounding New Zealand's Bird of the…

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The Monocle Weekly, 432

15 October 2017

Neuroscientist David Eagleman and composer Anthony Brandt talk us through their new book: ‘The Runaway Species: How Human Creativity Remakes the World’. We also discuss the joys of a good quiz with writer Mark Mason and…

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The Big Interview, 71

15 October 2017

Alexandre de Betak is commonly referred to as “the Fellini of fashion” and it is easy to see why. For the past 25 years the Frenchman has been creating exuberant shows for the world’s best designers. He sat down with Mon…

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The Foreign Desk, 197

14 October 2017

Is taking the giant leap into space still a muscle-flexing exercise for competing powers or has it become the blueprint for international co-operation? As Australia gears up to start its own space programme, we ask: what…

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The Curator, 313

14 October 2017

Tom Edwards and Henry Rees-Sheridan present a selection of highlights from the past week on Monocle 24, including food stylist Donna Hay, Swedish film-maker Tomas Alfredson and neo-soul singer Jordan Rakei.

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The Monocle Daily, 1545

13 October 2017

We analyse the US-Iran nuclear agreement and a new Palestinian unity deal, look ahead to this weekend’s election in Austria and review the day’s Asian newspapers.

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Midori House, 1514

13 October 2017

We look ahead to the Austrian election at the weekend. Plus: Arsène Wenger calls Liberia’s election, diet avocados and the new Swiss special issue of Monocle magazine.

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The Monocle Weekly, The Classics 42: Langlands & Bell

13 October 2017

A listen back to our conversation with Turner prize-nominated artists and designers Nikki Bell and Ben Langlands – known as artistic duo Langlands & Bell. They joined us to discuss their new work celebrating the life and…

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The Briefing, 1547

13 October 2017

We discuss Donald Trump’s plans to withdraw US backing from the nuclear accord with Iran. Plus: the former footballer who is hoping to become Liberia’s next president and famous astronaut Colonel Chris Hadfield.

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The Globalist, 1555

13 October 2017

We preview Sunday’s Austrian election, discuss Japanese politics and visit this year’s Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavík.

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The Monocle Daily, 1544

12 October 2017

We ask why Germany needs the US, analyse the future of a Cold War-era arms treaty, discuss the UK’s far-right and find out why Donald Trump dislikes Unesco.

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