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The Briefing, 1944

23 April 2019

Sri Lanka’s government imposes a state of emergency. Plus: business headlines from Bloomberg, cross-party Brexit talks in Westminster, China’s spectacular military parade and a bumper tulip harvest in the Netherlands.

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Madrid: The Monocle Quality of Life Conference

23 April 2019

This year we’re in Madrid to discover all the city has to teach us, from inviting hospitality to nocturnal delights and the recipe to a long and happy life. Prepare to be challenged and inspired by a host of thinkers unp…

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The Globalist, 1952

23 April 2019

We get the latest on the deadly attacks in Sri Lanka, assess the ongoing violence in Libya and discuss Greece’s claim for war reparations from Germany. Plus: we talk to a leading expert on colour pigments.

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The Monocle Daily, 1941

22 April 2019

We head to Washington to find out about the future of the Democrats and their plans to take down Donald Trump. Plus: the latest from Ukraine, Turkey and Northern Ireland, and a flick through Asia’s morning newspapers.

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The Monocle Culture Show, 393

22 April 2019

The actor Jonah Hill makes his directorial debut with “Mid90s” – a coming-of-age film about a group of teenage skater boys in LA. But how does he do in the director’s chair? Robert Bound discusses the film with critics…

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Midori House, 1903

22 April 2019

We discuss the devastating terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka, learn about the new president of Ukraine and reflect on the recent climate-change protests in London.

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The Briefing, 1943

22 April 2019

Could Sri Lanka’s government have prevented the country’s worst attacks since its civil war? We also profile Ukraine’s new president, speak to Lord Hain about Northern Ireland’s fragile peace and review the day’s papers.

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The Globalist, 1951

22 April 2019

We’re live from Sri Lanka, where explosions on Easter Sunday left more than 290 dead. Plus: actor Vladimir Zelensky wins Ukraine’s election, Putin prepares to meet Kim Jong-un and climate-change protests hit London.

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The Bulletin with UBS, 237

21 April 2019

This week we dive into this new UBS Global Wealth Management Chief Investment Office report with its editor in chief, Ricardo Garcia, and contributor Themis Themistocleous. They explain some of the key drivers behind the…

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The Monocle Weekly, 511

21 April 2019

Music legend Dionne Warwick discusses her new record “She’s Back”, artist Oscar Murillo talks us through his new exhibition “Violent Amnesia”, and David Coles talks about his new book “Chromatopia”.

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Sunday Brunch, 39

21 April 2019

Academy award-winning director Neil Jordan discusses his campy new thriller “Greta”, which stars Isabelle Huppert as a deranged stalker. Plus: how an arts education is raising the standards in US prisons and economist…

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The Big Interview, 96

21 April 2019

The English actor has had a successful career in film as well as on stage – and earlier this year he launched his career as a writer and director with critically acclaimed debut ‘The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind’. Ben Rylan…

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Meet the Writers, 176

20 April 2019

Ashton is an actor best known for her role in ‘Fresh Meat’; she’s also a director, producer, screenwriter, playwright, editor, presenter and, now, a published author. Her debut book, ‘Character Breakdown’, is described as…

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The Foreign Desk, 276

20 April 2019

Renegade Libyan general Khalifa Haftar has been advancing towards Tripoli for some weeks now. It’s not clear what his aims are but most observers agree that further conflict is the last thing the country needs. So what is…

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