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The Monocle Daily, 1466

26 June 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, 1435

26 June 2017

We unpick the deal struck between the UK’s minority Conservative government and its new DUP partner, learn why The White House is not hosting its traditional Eid dinner and ask whether the media could have done more to…

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The Briefing, 1468

26 June 2017

We ask what Iraq will look like once Isis has left Mosul and discuss the deal between the Democratic Unionist Party and the Conservatives. Plus: Monocle’s correspondent in Belgrade tells us about progress on LGBT rights in…

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The Globalist, 1476

26 June 2017

Donald Trump calls prime minister Narendra Modi his friend – could it be because of India’s $2bn deal to buy drones from the US? We also look at the role of Al Jazeera in the region, as pressure mounts on Qatar over its…

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The Monocle Weekly, 416

25 June 2017

We’re joined by editor in chief of ‘HuffPost’ Lydia Polgreen, speak with photographer and artist Gregory Crewdson about his show ‘Cathedral of the Pines’ and welcome back beer expert and writer Pete Brown to discuss his new…

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The Foreign Desk, 181

24 June 2017

As tensions continue to rise between Saudi Arabia and Iran, Andrew Mueller asks if the co-ordinated shunning of Qatar by many of its neighbours is just a distraction – and where this political stalemate could be heading.

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The Curator, 297

24 June 2017

Tom Edwards and Markus Hippi present an hour of highlights from the past week on Monocle 24. This week we meet Whitney Wolfe, the founder of Bumble, and Sarah Cracknell, the lead singer of Saint Etienne, who reveals the…

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The Monocle Daily, 1465

23 June 2017

We discuss the future of Al Jazeera, the stability of peace in Afghanistan and the state of US-India relations. Plus: a check-in from a Midsummar party in Stockholm, and a discussion about presidential portraits in France…

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Midori House, 1434

23 June 2017

Matt Alagiah, Daniel Giacopelli and Andrew Mueller assess whether the US Republican party will provoke a backlash with its health bill. Plus: why Barack Obama opted to soften his retaliation for Russian election tampering…

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The Monocle Weekly, The Classics 27: Flume

23 June 2017

Australian dance-music producer and beatmaker Flume joined ‘The Monocle Weekly’ in June 2016 to discuss collaborating with the likes of Beck and how to please audiences in the digital era.Original air date: 5 June 2016

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The Briefing, 1467

23 June 2017

Why four Arab nations want Al Jazeera shut down, the latest on South Korea’s corruption saga and what happens when you give a dog some beer (note: from London's first bar for pooches).

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The Globalist, 1475

23 June 2017

We analyse the future of EU citizens in the UK after Theresa May’s meetings in Brussels. Plus: the future of Chinese street food and the day’s top business news.

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The Monocle Daily, 1464

22 June 2017

We discuss healthcare in the US, security in Mosul, journalism ethics and student activism in Bosnia. Plus: a review of the Asian newspapers and an interview with the deputy mayor of Paris.

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The Urbanist, 297

22 June 2017

In the first episode of our Resite series we meet celebrated landscape architect Kathryn Gustafson and Paris’s deputy mayor Jean-Louis Missika at Forum Karlín in Prague.

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Midori House, 1433

22 June 2017

Jacob Parakilas, Martin Plaut and Monocle’s Tom Edwards ask whether the US Democrats are being weighed down by a branding problem and question why the EU is avoiding refugee issues at today’s summit. Plus: Zimbabwe’s lea…

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