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The Monocle Daily, 1320

2 December 2016

As Italy’s constructional referendum is just hours away, we ask whether it could be swept up in a right-wing political wave. Plus: Miami’s Art Basel, Starbucks’ new tech-savvy CEO, Angola’s presidency and a look back at the…

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Midori House, 1298

2 December 2016

Andrew Mueller and his studio guests discuss some of the biggest news stories of the day, including The Gambia’s surprise presidential election result, the logic behind Trump’s cabinet appointments and the upcoming bans for…

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The Monocle Weekly, The Classics 5: Jimmy Wales

2 December 2016

We delve through ‘The Monocle Weekly’ archive from Monocle 24’s first five years on air and revisit a 2013 interview with Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales. The technology guru came to Studio 1 to discuss London’s position as…

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The Briefing, 1322

2 December 2016

We discuss General James “Mad Dog” Mattis, the man appointed as the new US defence secretary, and unpack François Hollande’s shock statement that he won’t run for a second term. Plus: a report from Art Basel Miami Beach.

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The Globalist, 1330

2 December 2016

We look ahead to this weekend in European politics as two key votes take place in Austria and Italy that could once again upset the status quo. Plus: we speak to Noah Horowitz, director of Art Basel Miami Beach, and head…

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The Monocle Daily, 1319

1 December 2016

French president François Hollande has appeared on television to announce that he won't seek another term; we look at what it means for France's left in the face of another rise in right-wing sentiment. Plus: Ukraine's…

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The Urbanist, 268

1 December 2016

This week we head to Cairo to talk about how good design has helped the city change for the better, chat with Brazil’s tourism minister Marx Beltrão and catch up with Buenos Aires mayor Horacio Rodriguez Larreta.

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Midori House, 1297

1 December 2016

Why has Donald Trump changed his mind about Wall Street? We also ask why Belgium and the Netherlands are swapping small, uninhabited bits of land – and whether there is ever an inopportune time to promote your latest book…

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The Briefing, 1321

1 December 2016

We hear Trump’s latest remarks on Pakistan, find out about the future challenges for Colombia following the new Farc deal and discuss why Helsinki’s Guggenheim plans got rejected.

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The Globalist, 1329

1 December 2016

As Germany arrests a suspected Islamist extremist inside the country’s intelligence agency, we ask how many more moles there are in agencies across Europe. Plus: an interview with the Indonesian ambassador to the UK, a…

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The Monocle Daily, 1318

30 November 2016

As the rebel grip on Aleppo loosens we look at today’s emergency UN Security Council meeting. Plus: why ignoring Donald Trump’s tweets is no longer an option, Gambia’s imminent election and one of the founding members of…

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Midori House, 1296

30 November 2016

Will Donald Trump scrap the Iran nuclear deal? We also discuss whether burning a country's flag should be a constitutional right – and is Saudi Arabia about to lift a ban that forbids women from driving?

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The Briefing, 1320

30 November 2016

We discuss the future of the Iranian nuclear deal, analyse German fears over Russian hacking and judge the merits and future of the new Colombian-Farc peace deal. Plus: we look at Copenhagen’s love affair with cycling.

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The Globalist, 1328

30 November 2016

We discuss a political embarrassment over Brexit, Australia's new chief justice, South Korea's presidential drama and business news from Hong Kong – and meet an exiled Egyptian journalist.

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