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An alternative look at this week’s news stories, including Boris Johnson’s turn in the hot seat at the Covid-19 inquiry and ex-US Congressman George Santos’s new career venture.
The best of Monocle Radio this week, including an interview with culinary legend and actress Madhur Jaffrey, the top songs in France and the launch of Monocle’s Small Cities Index 2024.
Our round up of this week’s news stories includes a US congressman forgetting key facts about his country, a spat between Greece and the UK over the Parthenon marbles and Kyrgyzstan making tweaks to its national flag.
The best of Monocle Radio this week. We interview artist Antony Gormley, discuss the result of the Dutch elections and pay a visit to the newly reopened HMV in London’s Oxford Street.
An alternative look at this week’s news stories includes a previous Eurovision winner wanted by police, a new tactic for defending against whale attacks and a Ghana MP’s apology to a prominent football player.
The best of Monocle Radio this week. We speak with the author of a book about the history of the notebook, look at David Cameron’s return to politics and pay a visit to Expo City Dubai.
An alternative look at this week’s political stories, including the return of a former UK prime minister, the ‘QAnon Shaman’ entering the race for Congress and Bernie Sanders breaking up a potential bust-up.
One month of Israel’s war with Hamas, the AfD party in Saxony-Anhalt is declared an extremist group and poetry is weaponised in Ukraine. Plus: we meet composer Marina Herlop and visit a micro-gym in Singapore.
An alternative look at the past seven days of news, including the discovery of a figure in a famous album cover and the rescue of Britain’s loneliest sheep.
The latest on the Israel-Hamas war, the UK hosts the first global summit on AI and we speak with US Senator Lisa Murkowski. Plus: interviews with photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto and president of Emirates, Tim Clark.
An alternative look at the past seven days of news, including revelations from the UK Covid-19 Inquiry and Massachusetts clearing the names of those accused of witchcraft.
This week on Monocle Radio we speak with former Bloomsbury Publishing editor in chief Alexandra Pringle, plus we take a look at Japanese culinary soft power and radio as an artistic medium.
An alternative look at the past seven days of news, including more legal woes for Donald Trump and a German tourist’s love for the British city Hull.
A testimony from inside Gaza, the results of Poland’s election and a look at how Italy’s government wants to solve the country’s population crisis. Plus: reports from the road in Detroit, Paris and Copenhagen.
Andrew Mueller on the last seven days of news including a new world record involving cereal and a Winnie-the-Pooh mix-up in Florida.