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Monocle on Design, 358

21 August 2018

We take a closer look at some of the 20th century’s female design pioneers. Plus: Josh Fehnert asks how infographics and illustration can unpack complex issues with ‘Weapons of Reason’ magazine’s Paul Willoughby.

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Midori House, 1729

21 August 2018

Join Monocle’s editors and guests drawn from our unrivalled pool of international commentators, analysts and experts to unpack the issues dominating the day’s agenda. From diplomatic wrangles and border disputes to big…

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The Briefing, 1769

21 August 2018

Could a crisis at the heart of Australia’s government claim the scalp of the country’s prime minister? We also find out why China is taking part in Russia’s military drills, discuss pioneering women designers and Berlin’s…

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The Globalist, 1777

21 August 2018

French oil giant Total is leaving Iran due to US sanctions – what happens next? Also in the programme: why late-night comedy shows don't seem to work on Netflix and the day’s top business headlines.

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The Monocle Daily, 1766

20 August 2018

We evaluate the erratic behaviour of Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro, look at how Greece found its way out of the EU bailout and discuss Justin Trudeau’s decision to run for a second term in Canada.

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The Monocle Culture Show, 358

20 August 2018

‘The Simpsons’ and ‘Futurama’ creator Matt Groening has released his new animated series ‘Disenchantment’ on Netflix. But when you have a couple of hits under your belt, how easy is it to impress fans again? Tom Edwards and…

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Midori House, 1728

20 August 2018

Venezuela’s economic woes, 50 years since the invasion of Czechoslovakia and Brazil's upcoming election. Plus: which politician would you invite to your wedding?

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The Briefing, 1768

20 August 2018

We report as families divided by the Korean war meet for the first time since the 1950s. We also ask whether Australia’s PM could face a leadership challenge and discuss Vladimir Putin’s attendance at the Austrian foreign…

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The Globalist, 1776

20 August 2018

We examine the legacy of the former UN secretary general Kofi Annan, discuss Greece’s formal departure from the EU bailout programme and explore counterfactual history in film. Plus: why did Vladimir Putin attend the Aus…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 202

19 August 2018

This week we look at the sustainable-investment landscape and put green bonds in the spotlight. We reflect on the move by UBS to join the Climate Bonds Programme; consider the ways in which some new and innovative instru…

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The Monocle Weekly, 476

19 August 2018

Composer and producer Anna Meredith tells us about the place where classical music breaks down, as she takes us through her ambitious new release ‘Anno’. Plus, curator Vincent Honoré explains the social and cultural rele…

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Sunday Brunch, 4

19 August 2018

We discuss the life of one of Britain’s most prolific playwrights and seductive symphonies. Plus: Scandi dining, how to grill and weekend papers.

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Meet the Writers, 141

18 August 2018

An award-winning author and singer-songwriter, Young talks about her life and her latest book ‘You Left Early’. It charts her all-consuming relationship with composer Robert Lockhart and his all-consuming relationship with…

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