Schedule

00:02 on air

The Pacific Shift

01:02 on air

The Menu

The Austrian restaurateur fighting conventions and the wine-subscription service getting customers out of their comfort zones. Plus: why saffron is not just for risotto, buns and biryanis.

01:30 on air

The Pacific Shift

02:02 on air

The Urbanist

City-building is tough – we try to imagine how tough it is in a secluded country such as North Korea. Meanwhile, Cairo plans to build a new administrative capital in the desert. Plus: what do fashion houses do for our cities?

02:30 on air

The Pacific Shift

03:02 on air

The Monocle Arts Review

Ossian Ward reviews two UK pop-artist blockbusters: David Hockney at the Tate Britain and Eduardo Paolozzi at the Whitechapel Gallery.

03:15 on air

The Pacific Shift

05:02 on air

Section D

We report from Stockholm Design Week, including emerging talents and design at the Norwegian Embassy. Meanwhile, as Netflix releases a new documentary series about design, we speak to one of its producers, former ‘Wired’ editor in chief Scott Dadich.

05:30 on air

The Pacific Shift

06:02 on air

The Stack

We speak to Taschen’s Julius Wiedemann about his book ‘National Geographic Infographics’. Plus: a look at Italian weekly ‘Panorama’.

06:30 on air

The Pacific Shift

07:00 on air

The Globalist

Has Donald Trump's first month in office been as chaotic as it has often appeared? We also discuss the Iraqi army’s major offensive to retake western Mosul and review the European front pages.

08:02 on air

The Continental Shift

09:02 on air

The Foreign Desk

Kim Jong-un now finds himself facing a foe who also understands the awesome and disorienting power of unpredictability. How will North Korea negotiate the age of Donald Trump?

09:30 on air

The Entrepreneurs

In the mid-1990s Australia-born Jasper Cuppaidge ended up in London after missing his connecting flight while on a surfing trip. Years later and still in London, he founded one of the city’s most famous and beloved beer brands, Camden Town Brewery, which he recently sold to much fanfare and controversy to the world’s largest brewer – for £85 million. This week Cuppaidge tells us what happened between that missed flight and that big sale, and what he’s learnt along the way.

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

Ossian Ward reviews two UK pop-artist blockbusters: David Hockney at the Tate Britain and Eduardo Paolozzi at the Whitechapel Gallery.

11:15 on air

The Continental Shift

12:00 on air

The Briefing

How do Swedes feel about Donald Trump trashing their country? We also discuss whether the UK's upper chamber could block the process of leaving the EU and find out whether a rocket launch in Cape Canaveral has ushered in a new era of private space travel.

12:30 on air

The Continental Shift

13:02 on air

The Bulletin with UBS

How does a country reconcile stabilising growth and accumulating debt? We ask whether China’s advocacy for globalisation is at odds with its restrictive capital controls and how the country can cope with an overheating property market, an accumulation of debt, wobbles in the interbank market and capital flight.

13:15 on air

The Urbanist

City-building is tough – we try to imagine how tough it is in a secluded country such as North Korea. Meanwhile, Cairo plans to build a new administrative capital in the desert. Plus: what do fashion houses do for our cities?

13:45 on air

The Atlantic Shift

15:02 on air

The Sessions at Midori House

She spent most of the early 2000s in British indie band The Pipettes; since then she's been working with the likes of Mark Ronson and has now launched her solo career. She plays live from new album ‘Stellular’.

15:15 on air

The Atlantic Shift

16:02 on air

The Cinema Show

We’re in Berlin for one of Europe’s most celebrated film festivals. Kitty Green discusses her new documentary ‘Casting JonBenet’, which cleverly sets itself apart from the flurry of tabloid archival retreads of the US child-murder case. Plus: new films from Bruce LaBruce, Cate Shortland and Stanley Tucci.

16:30 on air

The Atlantic Shift

18:00 on air

Midori House

After Donald Trump's confusing reference to "what's happening in Sweden", Michael Goldfarb joins Mary Dejevsky and Tom Edwards to discuss some of the real issues affecting the nation. Plus: how Trump's America has hit television writers – and what if Russia was threatening the border of Alaska?

18:30 on air

The Atlantic Shift

19:02 on air

Culture with Robert Bound

Once a month this show will bring together two people linked by profession, passion or friendship. To kick things off we invited in Will Hodgkinson, chief music critic for ‘The Times’, and Tom Hodgkinson, the writer, critic and founder of ‘The Idler’ magazine. And we asked the brothers to bring along two things that fascinate them: something old and something new.

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.

23:02 on air

The Pacific Shift

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