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The Monocle Weekly, 412

28 May 2017

Author and journalist Tim Moore joins us to talk about why he rode more than 8,000km along the former Iron Curtain route, as told in his book “The Cyclist Who Went Out in the Cold”. Plus: film director David Michôd discu…

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The Foreign Desk, 177

27 May 2017

In the first of a three-part special looking at the Horn of Africa, Steve Bloomfield explores a country in a state of flux: Somalia. The threat of terror, corruption and famine are high and help from outside often does more…

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The Curator, 293

27 May 2017

Tom Edwards and Daniel Giacopelli take a look at the past seven days on Monocle 24. This week: Emmy-award-winning photographer and film-maker Lauren Greenfield on her new book ‘Generation Wealth’. Plus: we look back at some…

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The Monocle Daily, 1445

26 May 2017

The historian and journalist Rick Perlstein gives us the latest on the Trump-Russia investigation and we ask how India’s longest bridge has enraged the Chinese. Plus: the author of ‘The Retreat of Western Liberalism’ and…

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Midori House, 1414

26 May 2017

Monocle’s Steve Bloomfield, Tom Edwards, and Christopher Lord discuss the week’s top news stories, from the terror attack in Manchester to Donald Trump’s diplomatic trip to Brussels.

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The Briefing, 1447

26 May 2017

With the British prime minister calling on G7 leaders to tackle online extremism we examine the practical impacts of cyber terrorism. Plus: how Brazil’s media affects the country’s political unrest and we assess the shor…

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The Monocle Weekly, The Classics 23: Dana Thomas

26 May 2017

Fashion journalist and author Dana Thomas visited Studio One at Midori house in 2016. She joined Monocle’s Andrew Tuck and Robert Bound to discuss the careers of two maverick fashion talents who had helped shape London’s…

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The Globalist, 1455

26 May 2017

The G7 arrives in Italy as the UK resumes intelligence sharing with the US. We look at why online extremism is set to make the agenda. Meanwhile in Egypt, a series of news organisations including Al Jazeera are blocked.…

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The Monocle Daily, 1444

25 May 2017

Should ‘The New York Times’ have published police photographs from the Manchester attack? We also bring you the latest from Brazil as pressure grows on president Michel Temer and we have a special report from Clerkenwell…

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The Urbanist, 293

25 May 2017

Food can be a big part of a city’s identity. But as cities adapt to technology and changing demographics, is the food tradition changing too? We head to Paris, Cairo and Hong Kong to have a look at what’s on the menu.

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Midori House, 1413

25 May 2017

We discuss Donald Trump’s opinion of Nato and China’s foreign policy. Plus: Brazil’s political instability and tourism in Cuba.

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The Briefing, 1446

25 May 2017

Brazil’s crisis deepens as 35,000 protesters take to the streets in the capital and many more in other major cities. Plus: intelligence leaks rattle the investigation into the Manchester bomb attack and Barack Obama joins…

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The Globalist, 1454

25 May 2017

We examine the Libyan connection following Monday’s terror attack in Manchester and the British prime minister’s meeting with the US president in Brussels. Plus: Taiwan approves same-sex marriage and Montenegro takes a seat…

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The Monocle Daily, 1443

24 May 2017

The former head of the UK’s Counter Terrorism Security Office tells us about the hunt for the Manchester attack “network”. Plus has China had enough of North Korean aggression? We discuss the “exchange of views” between the…

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