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A round-up of the day’s international papers, a letter from Monocle’s editor Andrew Tuck, a look ahead to the Cheltenham Literature Festival, plus how the Comedy Women in Print award supports female comedy writers.
Daniel Gorman, director of English Pen, on how the organisation is working to keep writers safe around the world. Plus: a round-up of the weekend’s papers and how Zürich’s art scene is changing.
A round-up of the day’s top news from Italy; drinks expert and author Henry Jeffreys on lesser-known cocktails that deserve more attention; and a weekend column by our editor Andrew Tuck.
The reopening of the Vienna State Opera, the art of making chandeliers and a round-up of the weekend’s main news
The US political expert, Scott Lucas, on a dramatic week in his homeland, a sneak preview of our interview with Norman Foster, a review of the day’s papers and Andrew Mueller’s irreverent take on the week's news.
How the musical ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ has headed outdoors in London, why Italian adults can no longer expect financial support from their parents anymore, and a round-up of the day’s newspapers.
How the Edinburgh International Book Festival has found a way to go ahead during the pandemic. Plus: Monocle editor Andrew Tuck’s weekend column and a look at the day’s newspapers. Georgina Godwin and guests set the tone…
The biggest discussion topics from Italy, a round-up of the weekend’s Brazilian papers and what we’ve learned over the past seven days. Georgina Godwin and guests set the tone for the weekend.
A look at the diverse Booker Prize longlist, a leaf through the day’s international newspapers, plus what we learnt this week.
We discuss how the publishing industry is changing to give more visibility to underrepresented writers, how the city of Florence is getting back on track after the worst of the pandemic, and we take a look at the weekend’s…
How the hospitality industry is getting back to business in London. Plus: an art project for asylum seekers during lockdown and a look at the weekend’s hot discussion topics.
A look at the day’s top discussion topics, a fresh project to support the arts sector after the pandemic and new music by singer-songwriter Waiting for Smith.
We hear about ‘The Lockdown Plays’ podcast, speak to Philip Jones of ‘The Bookseller’ about the British Book Awards and review the newspapers with Charles Hecker of Control Risks. Plus: our editor’s weekly column.
How Hay Festival is getting back to business, the London Contemporary Voices alternative choir and what’s making headlines in the Faroe Islands. Plus: a round-up of the day’s Lusophone newspapers.
How the pandemic has boosted populist movements, a campaign for more diverse statues in London and Dustin Lance Black’s fight for LGBTQ rights. Plus: a round-up of the day’s newspapers.