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The Monocle Arts Review, 453

7 December 2016

We discuss Hulu’s upcoming adaptation of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ – can it be the hit that puts the streaming service on the map? Plus: we review Amazon Prime’s newsroom drama ‘Good Girls Revolt’ and one of the latest series…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 452

6 December 2016

Broadcaster and DJ Nick Luscombe plays new Jessy Lanza remixes, lost tracks by legendary composer Peter Gordon and psych-rock from the UK’s Jack Ellister.

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Culture with Robert Bound, 269

5 December 2016

When almost every city in the world seemingly has one, what is the role of the biennial? We wonder who does this soft-power attraction best and which parts of the world benefit from them as a showcase of how dynamic and…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 451

5 December 2016

Jane Morris reviews ‘Robert Rauschenberg’ at Tate Modern and ‘Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2016’ at the ICA.

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Meet the Writers, 52

3 December 2016

Horowitz has brought us the Alex Ryder series of teen fiction, two Sherlock Holmes books and a James Bond novel, among others. He indulges us in his enthusiasm for storytelling, saying, “As the world bends out of shape…

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The Stack, 223

3 December 2016

A special one-hour edition broadcasting live from the Monocle Christmas Market with Tyler Brûlé and Emma Nelson. Author and former newspaper editor Jonathan Fenby discusses the state of the newspaper industry in 2016 and…

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The Cinema Show, 52

2 December 2016

In recognition of World Aids Day we look back at the people and films that have shaped LGBT history on the screen with writer Benjamin Law, Harvey Milk’s nephew Stuart, actress and author Magda Szubanski, the Oscar-winning…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 449

1 December 2016

In the run up to Christmas we discuss a few potential non-fiction stocking fillers from the latter half of this year, including Patrick Kidd’s ‘The Times Diary at 50’, John Simpson’s dictionary memoir ‘The Word Detective’…

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The Cinema Show, BONUS – ‘I, Olga’

30 November 2016

In this special bite-sized edition, Ben Rylan discusses the horrific crime committed by Olga Hepnarová in 1970s Prague and the new film chronicling the event with actress Michalina Olszanska and co-director Tomás Weinreb…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 448

30 November 2016

We take a whirlwind tour of what’s on the stages of London this week with theatre critic for ‘The International New York Times’ Matt Wolf.

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The Monocle Arts Review, 447

29 November 2016

Monocle 24’s Fernando Augusto Pacheco gives Robert Bound the lowdown on the South American tracks that have been catching his attention recently.

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Culture with Robert Bound, 268

28 November 2016

It’s not often that you get your hands on a manuscript, whether it’s the first draft of a novel or an ancient text etched on vellum. On the show today we get to know stories in their original formats and discover what can…

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