Schedule

00:00 on air

Global Music

Show playlist 
  • 00:00:40LordeGreen Light
  • 00:04:42GFriendRough
  • 00:08:12JainMakeba
  • 00:12:28Max Giesinger80 Millionen
  • 00:16:09Calvin HarrisSlide (feat. Frank Ocean & Migos)
  • 00:21:12The FlightsHelp Me Remember
  • 00:25:07Fear of Dawn feat. BoswellAlright
  • 00:29:37Bruno MarsThat's What I Like
  • 00:33:14Maja FrancisCome Companion
  • 00:36:52Robin BengtssonI Can't Go On
  • 00:39:562PMMy House
  • 00:43:59ElohimHallucinating
  • 00:47:41Calum ScotRhythm Inside
  • 00:51:15PhoenixTi Amo
  • 00:54:56SiaMove Your Body
01:00 on air

The Menu

Japan’s whisky industry is going its own way, what happens when you mix a Scottish whisky brand and a world-famous perfumer, plus how US chef Alex Stupak proves the versatility of Mexican-inspired food.

01:30 on air

Global Music

Show playlist 
  • 01:31:04MullallyShe Don't Know Me
  • 01:34:28Imagine DragonsI'll Make It Up To You
  • 01:38:53SOHNConrad
  • 01:42:34Dusky GreyCall Me Over
  • 01:47:12Lady Linn and Her Magnificent SevenThat's Alright
  • 01:51:56Suzy and BAEKHYUNDream
  • 01:55:38Love x StereoLemon Spark
02:00 on air

The Cinema Show

Join us on a coastal journey from Brooklyn to Iceland as we explore three beachside films. Director Eliza Hittman discusses her sensitive portrait of a struggling young gay man in her new film, ‘Beach Rats’, and Monocle’s Carlota Rebelo reveals the story behind Wim Wenders’ affection for Lisbon. Plus: Icelandic filmmaker Erlingur Thoroddsen discusses the stunning scenery of his new thriller ‘Rift’.

02:30 on air

Global Music

Show playlist 
  • 02:30:18RationaleProdigal Son
  • 02:34:00BOTHThe Longest of Goodbyes
  • 02:37:09Namie AmuroGolden Touch
  • 02:40:40Liam PayneBedroom Floor
  • 02:44:51Kero Kero BonitoWaking Up
  • 02:47:45Nina NesbittThe Best You Had
  • 02:51:21m-flo and BoAThe Love Bug
  • 02:55:30Moon TaxiTwo High
03:00 on air

The Entrepreneurs

Joni Steiner is the co-founder of Opendesk, a global online platform that facilitates the local production of furniture by connecting consumers to a library of designs and a host of nearby craftsmen. Originally trained as architects, the team behind the company developed their concept with the help of crowdfunding and an incubator programme. We find out more about this furniture-making movement, the democratisation of production and distribution and what the future holds for the Opendesk.

03:30 on air

Global Music

Show playlist 
  • 03:30:34indulge
  • 03:32:17JonesIndulge
  • 03:35:33Karin ParkHuman Beings
  • 03:38:32KIRIN BIG BANG
  • 03:40:16BIGBANGSOBER
  • 03:45:19mome
  • 03:45:22MomeHold On (feat. Dylan Wright)
  • 03:48:22Mashrou' Leila3 Minutes
  • 03:52:42CoskaSunstruck
  • 03:56:20Julia MichaelsIssues
  • 04:00:37Dua LipaLost In Your Light (feat. Miguel)
  • 04:04:06TVXQVertigo
  • 04:07:52Jessie WareAlone
  • 04:11:32LANYGood Girls
  • 04:15:48Strange TalkYoung Hearts
  • 04:20:45Firefox AKTell Me Lies
  • 04:24:45Spada & Elen LevonCool Enough (Mozambo Remix)
  • 04:28:11HarperBad Luck
  • 04:32:24EchosmithCool Kids
  • 04:36:08AliifeTLM
  • 04:40:24HalseyColors
  • 04:44:34The DøToo Insistent (Trentemoller Remix)
  • 04:49:48St. LuciaElevate
  • 04:55:11Oh WonderLifetimes
05:00 on air

Section D

We sit down with master of minimalism John Pawson as he reveals his love of colour in a new photography book, ‘Spectrum’.

05:30 on air

Global Music

Show playlist 
  • 05:30:28Nights with You
  • 05:33:37Maroon 5Help Me Out (ft. Julia Michaels)
06:00 on air

Culture with Robert Bound

We head to Saadiyat Island, home to the new Louvre Abu Dhabi, to find out what adorns the walls of this branch of the French mega museum – and whether it will be a success.

06:30 on air

Global Music

07:00 on air

The Urbanist

Waste management and recycling are essential components of what makes a city work for its citizens. This week we get down and dirty to find out how cities deal with different types of waste.

07:30 on air

Global Music

08:02 on air

The Weekend Edition

08:15 on air

The Sessions at Midori House

Canadian electro duo Blue Hawaii play from their sophomore album ‘Tenderness’ and tell us how relationships have influenced the music they write and their own writing dynamic.

08:30 on air

The Weekend Edition

09:02 on air

The Curator

Monocle 24’s weekly highlights show brings you a selection of the best bits from the past seven days. This week: Gert Jonkers of ‘Fantastic Man’, LA-based musician Sudan Archives, and Brad Barr of the Barr Brothers performs live.

10:02 on air

The Stack

The people who make independent magazines aren’t motivated by fame or fortune. They simply want their passion projects to reach an appreciative community of like-minded readers. Still, given the long hours and unpredictable financial returns, most wouldn’t turn down an offer of an open bar, and maybe even a gong or two. On today’s show, we look back at last week’s Stack Awards. Plus: a magazine that never fails to have us dusting off our tennis whites and another to take you off the beaten track.

10:30 on air

The Weekend Edition

12:02 on air

The Foreign Desk

Robert Mugabe’s 37-year rule has come to an end amid jubilation at home and relief abroad. Emmerson Mnangagwa has been sworn in as the new president of Zimbabwe and faces the daunting task of rebuilding the country – and of meeting the hopes and expectations of its residents. Andrew Mueller asks what the future holds for Zimbabwe and how Zimbabweans will adjust.

12:30 on air

The Weekend Edition

14:02 on air

The Cinema Show

Join us on a coastal journey from Brooklyn to Iceland as we explore three beachside films. Director Eliza Hittman discusses her sensitive portrait of a struggling young gay man in her new film, ‘Beach Rats’, and Monocle’s Carlota Rebelo reveals the story behind Wim Wenders’ affection for Lisbon. Plus: Icelandic filmmaker Erlingur Thoroddsen discusses the stunning scenery of his new thriller ‘Rift’.

14:30 on air

The Weekend Edition

15:02 on air

Meet the Writers

In the week The Ashes begin, we meet one of England’s greatest cricket captains, who has also spent the past 30 years as a psychoanalyst. Mike Brearley talks about what it means to be on form in all parts of life.

15:30 on air

The Weekend Edition

16:00 on air

The Curator

Monocle 24’s weekly highlights show brings you a selection of the best bits from the past seven days. This week: Gert Jonkers of ‘Fantastic Man’, LA-based musician Sudan Archives, and Brad Barr of the Barr Brothers performs live.

17:00 on air

Global Music

18:00 on air

The Foreign Desk

Robert Mugabe’s 37-year rule has come to an end amid jubilation at home and relief abroad. Emmerson Mnangagwa has been sworn in as the new president of Zimbabwe and faces the daunting task of rebuilding the country – and of meeting the hopes and expectations of its residents. Andrew Mueller asks what the future holds for Zimbabwe and how Zimbabweans will adjust.

18:30 on air

Global Music

19:00 on air

The Stack

The people who make independent magazines aren’t motivated by fame or fortune. They simply want their passion projects to reach an appreciative community of like-minded readers. Still, given the long hours and unpredictable financial returns, most wouldn’t turn down an offer of an open bar, and maybe even a gong or two. On today’s show, we look back at last week’s Stack Awards. Plus: a magazine that never fails to have us dusting off our tennis whites and another to take you off the beaten track.

19:30 on air

Global Music

20:00 on air

The Monocle Arts Review

Film critics Karen Krizanovich and Tim Robey bring some Hollywood glamour to Midori House as they discuss the latest features to hit the big screen. Plus: we find out about Musicity in Seoul and discuss a controversial festive issue in Amsterdam.

20:45 on air

Global Music

22:00 on air

The Menu

Japan’s whisky industry is going its own way, what happens when you mix a Scottish whisky brand and a world-famous perfumer, plus how US chef Alex Stupak proves the versatility of Mexican-inspired food.

22:30 on air

Global Music

23:00 on air

Meet the Writers

In the week The Ashes begin, we meet one of England’s greatest cricket captains, who has also spent the past 30 years as a psychoanalyst. Mike Brearley talks about what it means to be on form in all parts of life.

23:30 on air

The Cinema Show

Join us on a coastal journey from Brooklyn to Iceland as we explore three beachside films. Director Eliza Hittman discusses her sensitive portrait of a struggling young gay man in her new film, ‘Beach Rats’, and Monocle’s Carlota Rebelo reveals the story behind Wim Wenders’ affection for Lisbon. Plus: Icelandic filmmaker Erlingur Thoroddsen discusses the stunning scenery of his new thriller ‘Rift’.

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