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The Foreign Desk, 194

23 September 2017

When Hungary and Poland joined the EU in 2004 hopes were high for the newest members. But as Europe itself goes through a troubled period they have started to lean away from the liberalism they once craved during Soviet…

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The Curator, 310

23 September 2017

This week we sit down with the director of Moma, Glenn Lowry. We also discuss fake news with award-winning writer and documentary film-maker Marcel Theroux, while UK musician Nick Mulvey performs live.

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The Monocle Daily, 1530

22 September 2017

As London’s transport regulator deems Uber “not fit and proper” to operate in London, we ask if the taxi-hailing giant can be stopped. Plus: Macron signs sweeping labour reforms into law, and we flick through today’s Asian…

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Midori House, 1499

22 September 2017

Monocle’s Chiara Rimella, Tom Edwards, and Fernando Augusto Pacheco review the news of the week including today’s speech in Florence by Theresa May, Germany’s election this weekend, Italy’s Corriere della Sera launch of a…

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The Briefing, 1532

22 September 2017

Is Angela Merkel’s re-election a foregone conclusion and what should we make of Kim Jong-un’s criticism of Donald Trump and US foreign policy? Plus: Monocle’s Markus Hippi gives us his take on the value of Michelin stars…

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The Globalist, 1540

22 September 2017

The UK prime minister Theresa May is set to give one of the most important speeches of her career in Florence – but will she be able to unlock the Brexit talks? Plus: how Auckland airport chaos may impact New Zealand’s…

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The Monocle Daily, 1529

21 September 2017

We assess another busy day in Washington as President Trump signs off on new sanctions against North Korea and the Mueller probe delves deeper. Plus: Nicaragua considers joining the Paris climate agreement, Google acquires…

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The Urbanist, 310

21 September 2017

We joined the Academy of Urbanism’s 2017 Congress to report from Denmark’s second city of Aarhus, on everything from its waterfront development to participatory urbanism and lessons for other cities. Plus: a special inte…

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Midori House, 1498

21 September 2017

Jeffrey Howard and Robert Fox join Andrew Mueller to look at mounting fears that the US may pull out of the Iran nuclear agreement. Plus: Robert Mueller's investigation into the Trump campaign expands, the difficulty con…

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The Briefing, 1531

21 September 2017

As US special counsel Robert Mueller asks the White House for documents relating to Donald Trump’s actions since taking office, we discuss the issue. Meanwhile, we ask whether French president Emmanuel Macron has an image…

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The Globalist, 1539

21 September 2017

We look to Spain as increased tensions see police raid Catalan government buildings to prevent their independence referendum. Plus: UK prime minister Theresa May’s message to the UN and how South Korea is trying to convince…

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The Monocle Daily, 1528

20 September 2017

We get the latest updates on the Catalonian referendum and take stock of what we've learned from Russia's Zapad war games. Plus: earthquake early-warning systems, Toronto gets a World Trade Centre and a flick through some…

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Midori House, 1497

20 September 2017

Mary Dejevsky and James Boys join Monocle’s Tom Edwards to reflect on developments at the UN. Plus: how political TV continues to shape debate 10 years after MSNBC’s ‘Morning Joe’ debut and we ask if Hillary Clinton’s book…

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The Monocle Weekly, The Classics 39: Ed Yong

20 September 2017

Science-writer Ed Yong discusses his book ‘I Contain Multitudes’ and explains why the tiny organisms living within us deserve more credit. Original air date: 4 September 2016.

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