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The Monocle Arts Review, 532

28 July 2017

Ben Rylan is joined in the studio by Toby Earle, TV editor for ‘London Live’, and Matt Wolf, theatre critic for ‘The New York Times International Edition’, to find out what’s on the small screen and the stage this week.…

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The Cinema Show, 86

26 July 2017

Join us on a city-watching tour from Istanbul to Western Australia. Ceyda Torun guides us through her delightful documentary ‘Kedi’, which tells the story of Istanbul from the perspective of its feline fanciers. Plus:…

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Culture with Robert Bound, 302

24 July 2017

We dive into summer through Monocle’s sister publication ‘The Escapist’, a journal of places less explored. Robert Bound is joined by some of the team who brought the stories to life on the page and we head to one of our…

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Meet the Writers, 85

22 July 2017

Krauss is a theoretical physicist, cosmologist, academic, commentator and public intellectual. On top of that he’s produced several books, the most recent of which is called ‘The Greatest Story Ever Told – So Far’. From…

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The Stack, 256

22 July 2017

We speak to the editor of ‘The Oldie’ magazine, Harry Mount’. Plus: the editor of ‘Soffa’ magazine in the Czech Republic and the second edition of ‘Gentle Rain’, a publication on all things Hamburg.

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The Cinema Show, Action! 07: Designing for Tom Ford

21 July 2017

Meet the man who helped give “Nocturnal Animals” the unmistakable look for which its director, Tom Ford, is so well regarded. From 2015’s “Straight Outta Compton” to Ryan Murphy’s “The Normal Heart”, Shane Valentino expl…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 531

21 July 2017

Robert Bound is joined by broadcaster and DJ Georgie Rogers and country music aficionado Baylen Leonard for this week’s music review, we head to Calgary for the annual Stampede festival and Fernando Augusto Pacheco is back…

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The Cinema Show, 85

19 July 2017

Take a step inside America’s original picture palace. Since it hosted Hollywood’s very first motion picture premiere, the Egyptian Theatre has been attracting patrons to its exotic grandeur. And it’s now one of the few…

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Culture with Robert Bound, 301

17 July 2017

As people head off to warmer climes during the summer-holiday season we celebrate the postcards that they might be posting back home.

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Meet the Writers, 84

15 July 2017

After being a dancer, priest, therapist and campaigner for women’s rights within the church, Marie-Elsa Bragg has now turned her hand to writing. She’s just produced her first novel, Towards Mellbreak, telling the story of…

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The Stack, 255

15 July 2017

We speak to Jeremy Leslie from magCulture and James Mullinger, editor in chief of The Maritime Edit.

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