Sunday Brunch: How to eat your Christmas tree
00:00 / 00:00
7 January 2018
Learn how you can enjoy your Christmas tree beyond the festive period. Rebecca Abrams tells the history of the Jewish people, we meet a songwriter to the stars and find out how perceptions around seafood are changing. Plus: Juliette Foster goes through the weekend papers.
7 January 2018
Want more radio episodes like these in your inbox?
Sign up to Monocle's email newsletters to stay on top of news and opinion, plus the latest from the magazine, radio, film and shop.
Sunday Brunch - latest episodes
We take a cultural tour of the world as we visit the London Borough of Culture and the Chinese Arts Now festival. Plus: the art of flight, weekend papers and how London’s most famous bar in the 1990s has had a revamp.
We discuss the London International Mime Festival 2019 and meet Adam Szabo the Managing Director of the Manchester Collective. Plus: we try Calvados and go through the weekend papers.
We celebrate a year of ‘Sunday Brunch’ with highlights from 2018: how a song changed a brand, the vegan revolution and how art has changed in the century since the First World War.
As the big day approaches, we’ve got some last-minute tips for the perfect feast, as well as the best drinks to match. Plus: festive weekend papers and the power of ice.
We meet two artists who traverse genres. Plus: how to bring joy to your everyday, weekend papers and we try some British savoury buns.
Get in the festive spirit for a special edition of the show, broadcast live from The Monocle Christmas Market in Zürich. Raclette at the ready.
In this special edition of the show, we are live from our London Christmas Market 2018.
We look at how sound can be used in two different ways: to commemorate the outbreak of the Spanish flu and to help refugees. Plus: job satisfaction, the weekend papers and Ecuadorian cacao.
The future of the circus, a love song to Europe, the Palace of Versailles, the weekend papers and Middle Eastern cooking at home.
We meet some of New Zealand’s leading Maori authors. Plus: a report from Pitchfork Paris, the weekend papers, female tribes and the ethical tea brand trying to change the industry.
As Asian Art in London hits full swing, we look at the art scene in the region. Plus: classical piano meets Pink Floyd, the lost houses of the estancia and vegan chef Shannon Martinez.
As Kunst 18 Zürich hits full swing we take the cultural temperature of the city from our bureau there.
We discuss why some books find popularity long after publication and profile artist Yayoi Kusama. Plus: the reign of Nur Jahan, the craft cider movement and the weekend papers.
We discover some previously unseen photos of Britain’s suffragettes. Plus: a life through music, the story of horror and how to survive a decade in London’s competitive restaurant scene.
We discuss the psychology behind addiction with London’s Science Gallery, meet artist Zak Ové, leaf through the weekend papers, find out how to deal with a natural disaster and visit Bluebird Café in London.
Bluebird Café As…