Schedule

00:00 on air

Global Music

01:00 on air

The Menu

Cookbook author Sabrina Ghayour’s top dishes from the Middle East, Amsterdam’s vegan food boom and the week’s top headlines from Tokyo.

01:30 on air

Global Music

02:00 on air

The Big Interview

Lowry has been at the helm of New York’s Moma for 22 years, overseeing acquisitions of works by major artists, the creation of new departments and various expansions and renovations. He joined Monocle’s Tomos Lewis to talk about the importance of museums when it comes to enriching public life.

02:30 on air

Global Music

03:00 on air

The Cinema Show

In this animation special we speak to the Academy award-winning director of Studio Ghibli masterpiece ‘The Red Turtle’. We also catch up with Iran’s leading animator Ali Soozandeh.

03:30 on air

The Entrepreneurs

Is artificial intelligence the future of healthcare? We talk to Dr Claire Novorol, co-founder of Ada: an app designed by doctors and powered by AI that’s aiming to be your personal health companion when you’re unwell.

04:00 on air

Global Music

05:00 on air

Section D

As London Design Festival gets underway, designer Jasper Morrison joins Josh Fehnert to talk about the threads linking fashion and industrial design. Plus: we wrap our series with finds from Maison et Objet in Paris.

05:30 on air

Global Music

06:00 on air

Culture with Robert Bound

Music journalists and old friends Andrew Harrison and Andrew Mueller are the guests on this month’s ‘Something Old, Something New’. They pick the items that have piqued their interest throughout their lives and careers.

06:30 on air

Global Music

07:00 on air

The Urbanist

We joined the Academy of Urbanism’s 2017 Congress to report from Denmark’s second city of Aarhus, on everything from its waterfront development to participatory urbanism and lessons for other cities. Plus: a special interview with Jan Gehl.

07:30 on air

Global Music

08:02 on air

The Weekend Edition

08:15 on air

The Sessions at Midori House

The UK synthpop legend and Soft Cell star plays tracks from his new solo album, which pays homage to the songs of the 1960s that inspired him.

08:30 on air

The Weekend Edition

09:02 on air

The Curator

This week we sit down with the director of Moma, Glenn Lowry. We also discuss fake news with award-winning writer and documentary film-maker Marcel Theroux, while UK musician Nick Mulvey performs live.

10:02 on air

The Stack

A report from the trade fair that covers print and digital distribution. We show some love to the underappreciated army of publishers, retailers and more who are as important to the industry as the writers, editors and photographers who put our beloved magazines together.

10:30 on air

The Weekend Edition

12:02 on air

The Foreign Desk

When Hungary and Poland joined the EU in 2004 hopes were high for the newest members. But as Europe itself goes through a troubled period they have started to lean away from the liberalism they once craved during Soviet rule. Is this a sign of things to come or will the pendulum swing back in Europe’s favour?

12:30 on air

The Weekend Edition

14:02 on air

The Cinema Show

In this animation special we speak to the Academy award-winning director of Studio Ghibli masterpiece ‘The Red Turtle’. We also catch up with Iran’s leading animator Ali Soozandeh.

14:30 on air

The Weekend Edition

15:02 on air

Meet the Writers

Lagercrantz is not just responsible for ghosting a book by one of Sweden’s most iconic sportsmen in the form of Zlatan Ibrahimovic: he has also taken over from the late Steig Larsson, author of the multimillion-selling Millennium trilogy, to continue the adventures of the girl with the dragon tattoo.

15:30 on air

The Weekend Edition

16:00 on air

The Curator

This week we sit down with the director of Moma, Glenn Lowry. We also discuss fake news with award-winning writer and documentary film-maker Marcel Theroux, while UK musician Nick Mulvey performs live.

17:00 on air

Global Music

18:00 on air

The Foreign Desk

When Hungary and Poland joined the EU in 2004 hopes were high for the newest members. But as Europe itself goes through a troubled period they have started to lean away from the liberalism they once craved during Soviet rule. Is this a sign of things to come or will the pendulum swing back in Europe’s favour?

18:30 on air

Global Music

19:00 on air

The Stack

A report from the trade fair that covers print and digital distribution. We show some love to the underappreciated army of publishers, retailers and more who are as important to the industry as the writers, editors and photographers who put our beloved magazines together.

19:30 on air

Global Music

20:00 on air

The Monocle Arts Review

As the Barbican’s much-anticipated ‘Basquiat: Boom For Real’ exhibition opens its doors we discuss the life and work of the prodigious artist. Plus: we attend a funeral for the ‘Cassini’ space probe and find out how to put cinema on the silver screen.

20:45 on air

Global Music

22:00 on air

The Menu

Cookbook author Sabrina Ghayour’s top dishes from the Middle East, Amsterdam’s vegan food boom and the week’s top headlines from Tokyo.

22:30 on air

Global Music

23:00 on air

Meet the Writers

Lagercrantz is not just responsible for ghosting a book by one of Sweden’s most iconic sportsmen in the form of Zlatan Ibrahimovic: he has also taken over from the late Steig Larsson, author of the multimillion-selling Millennium trilogy, to continue the adventures of the girl with the dragon tattoo.

23:30 on air

The Cinema Show

In this animation special we speak to the Academy award-winning director of Studio Ghibli masterpiece ‘The Red Turtle’. We also catch up with Iran’s leading animator Ali Soozandeh.

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