Schedule

23:00 on air

The Monocle Weekly

Simon Hucker from auction house Sotheby’s talks us through ‘Bowie/Collector’, their exhibition and upcoming auction of David Bowie’s personal art collection. Plus: cabaret and opera performer Ali McGregor tells us how to hold a note and chef Adam Rawson and curator Joel Karamath discuss ‘The Rhône Touch’, a new exhibition combining French wine and contemporary art.

00:02 on air

The Pacific Shift

01:02 on air

The Menu

How a group of entrepreneurs is working hard to make Israel famous for its whisky, tips for rescuing a restaurant that’s going through tough times and the week’s top news from our friends at Food Republic.

02:02 on air

The Urbanist

How does a city change when the sun shines? Be it balmy evenings in the park, dinner by the river or the sand between your toes, there’s something about a rise in temperature that just makes everyone that bit happier.

02:30 on air

The Pacific Shift

03:02 on air

The Monocle Arts Review

We take a look at David Bowie’s art collection as it goes up for sale at Sotheby’s. Plus: we visit some of London’s top art shows, including Yayoi Kusama at the Victoria Miro Gallery, William Eggleston at the National Portrait Gallery and Antony Gormley at the Alan Cristea Gallery.

03:15 on air

The Pacific Shift

05:02 on air

Section D

On today’s show we book in some time with the writers, commissioners, printers and editors behind the design world’s budding publishing scene.

05:30 on air

The Pacific Shift

06:02 on air

The Stack

We meet the editor of ‘Positive’ magazine Giacomo Cosua, hear from Monocle correspondent Tom Burges Watson on the new kiosks in Paris and speak to Angharad Lewis, author of a new book on how to publish a magazine.

06:30 on air

The Pacific Shift

07:00 on air

The Globalist

We discuss the frequency of attacks in Germany and whether anything be done to prevent them, our series explores what constitutes a coup as Turkey's leaders clamp down on internal dissent and Tomos Lewis reports from the Democrat Convention.

08:02 on air

The Continental Shift

09:02 on air

The Foreign Desk

For a brief moment last Friday it seemed as if the attempted coup in Turkey would succeed. That it failed should be a cause for celebration, regardless of your views on the authoritarian nature of the Erdogan government. But the crackdown that has followed should worry those who believe in democracy. We ask where the coup attempt and the subsequent crackdown leaves the country.

09:30 on air

The Entrepreneurs

How do you measure company culture? How seriously should a CEO consider it and how can it be improved? This week we meet Didier Elzinga from Australian start-up Culture Amp, a company revolutionising the ‘people-analytics’ industry. Meanwhile, with the news that advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy has created an emotionally needy robot that roams the company’s Portland office, we profile this experiment in how artificial intelligence affects the workplace. Plus: is the grass always greener for the sun-starved cubicle dweller? We send our sound engineer to a goat farm to find out.

10:02 on air

The Ten

A fast-paced daily news-and-views show packed with insight and opinion from Monocle's editors, live in our Midori House studios, from our global bureaux and on the road. Snappy analysis of the headlines and a glance at some offbeat stories you might have missed, guaranteed every weekday.

10:30 on air

The Continental Shift

11:02 on air

The Monocle Arts Review

We take a look at David Bowie’s art collection as it goes up for sale at Sotheby’s. Plus: we visit some of London’s top art shows, including Yayoi Kusama at the Victoria Miro Gallery, William Eggleston at the National Portrait Gallery and Antony Gormley at the Alan Cristea Gallery.

11:15 on air

The Continental Shift

12:00 on air

The Briefing

We sit down with the editor of Bavarian Public Radio to discuss the recent attacks in the German state. Plus: we look to Turkey as its opposition parties join a pro-democracy rally to condemn the failed coup and ask why Europe’s busiest airport is struggling to cope with queues.

12:30 on air

The Continental Shift

13:02 on air

The Bulletin with UBS

UBS Social Innovators, launched in concert with global social-entrepreneurship pioneer Ashoka, is focused on identifying high-potential social enterprises. It helps them to grow and achieve greater impact through a support package that includes cash grants and expert coaching.

13:15 on air

The Urbanist

How does a city change when the sun shines? Be it balmy evenings in the park, dinner by the river or the sand between your toes, there’s something about a rise in temperature that just makes everyone that bit happier.

13:45 on air

The Atlantic Shift

15:02 on air

The Sessions at Midori House

A live performance from Swedish singer Albin Lee Meldau, who performs from his latest EP ‘Lovers’.

15:15 on air

The Atlantic Shift

16:02 on air

The Big Interview

The independent producer and legend of the UK film industry Lord Puttnam sits down with Robert Bound to discuss playing father to an entire film crew, the lack of integrity today’s media and the role of the documentary as a tool to help the world.

16:30 on air

The Atlantic Shift

18:00 on air

Midori House

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 business and frontline politics, this is the programme you need to hear to make sense of a dynamic and sometimes volatile world.

19:02 on air

Culture with Robert Bound

The iconic Four Seasons restaurant has served its final meal in its current guise, as it leaves the Seagram Building on Park Avenue in New York. As the contents of the restaurant come up for sale we take a look around to see what we might like to place our bids on.

19:30 on air

The Atlantic Shift

22:00 on air

The Monocle Daily

Sets the agenda in Asia and considers what’s been dominating the day in Europe and North America. The programme is sometimes co-hosted out of our Toronto and New York bureaux and features regular interviews with special guests both there and across the Americas, as well as experts and analysts at our studios in London.

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