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The Briefing, 2189

31 March 2020

A pacy round-up of the day’s main news stories, anchored from London by a Monocle editor. The show features informed reporting, prescient business analysis and invaluable industry reports covering everything from technology…

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Mater: designed to last

31 March 2020

Long before environmentalism became a popular concern, Henrik Marstrand created Mater, a Danish furniture company that prides itself on timeless pieces with sustainability at the core. Marstrand’s entrepreneurial spirit and…

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The Globalist, 2197

31 March 2020

Monocle’s editor in chief Tyler Brûlé on the day’s key news stories, Finland’s decision to cut Helsinki off from the rest of the country as part of its coronavirus clampdown and why Switzerland is running out of gold.

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Monocle on Culture, 442

30 March 2020

We look at the role of public broadcasters during the pandemic. TV critic Scott Bryan tells us what the BBC has been up to while the CBC/Radio-Canada’s Catherine Tait talks about the practicalities of producing for a mul…

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The Briefing, 2188

30 March 2020

What part can we all play in helping to stamp out coronavirus? Tyler Brûlé joins us live from Zürich, we get the latest on Donald Trump’s woeful response to the virus and we assess the impact on the print industry.

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The Globalist, 2196

30 March 2020

A special edition co-hosted by our editor in chief Tyler Brûlé in Zürich and Monocle 24’s Tom Edwards in London, where we unpack the latest from Italy as the nation continues to be the center of the pandemic in Europe. Plus…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 286

30 March 2020

Today we’re hearing from the UBS Evidence Lab, and finding out how data and analytics are being used to understand ground truth in a world turned upside down by the pandemic. We talk with the creator of the lab to drill…

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Meet the Writers, 225

29 March 2020

Omar Shahid Hamid is an award-winning Pakistani writer. A serving member of the Karachi Police, he has been actively targeted by various terrorist groups and wounded in the line of duty. He’s hailed for his ability to…

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The Monocle Weekly, 560

29 March 2020

We take a look at the roots of narrative as we meet master storyteller and mythologist Dr Martin Shaw. Plus, we reflect on a fertile time for experimental music with the man behind a new compilation, Matthias Orsett, and…

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Monocle on Sunday, 11

29 March 2020

Tyler Brûlé is joined ETH’s Benno Zogg, Reuters’ Breakingviews editor Rob Cox and Rome-based broadcaster Juliet Linley for a look at how the global press is covering the pandemic and whether the tone of the discussion needs…

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The Curator, 440

29 March 2020

Highlights from the past week on Monocle 24 presented by Markus Hippi. As many find themselves spending more time at home, we delve into the world of great recipes; Monocle’s editor in chief Tyler Brûlé looks at the impact…

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The Foreign Desk, 325

28 March 2020

If we date modern multilateralism from the founding of the League of Nations, it is an idea which celebrates its hundredth birthday this year. As the world attempts to tackle a global crisis, what have our multilateral…

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The Stack, 396

28 March 2020

This week we speak with legendary creative director Jim Moore, plus we look at a new book about the historical importance of posters.

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The Entrepreneurs, Eureka 190: Laka

27 March 2020

Tobias Taupitz is the CEO and co-founder of Laka, a London-based insurance company aimed at cyclists, which has found great success is upending the traditional insurance model. Members contribute to a collective fund and…

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