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The Globalist

The perfect way to start the day in Europe is with Monocle’s morning news programme. Join Monocle 24’s editors, presenters and guests as they set the agenda in international news and business. Winner Best News & Politics Radio Show in the 2015 Mixcloud Online Radio Awards.

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Thursday 18 January:

We discuss the rights of British people living in the EU post-Brexit, look at whether health plays a part in politicians’ fitness to lead and learn why Berlin’s transport authority is putting its best foot forward.

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162418 Jan 2018
1 hour

Thursday 18 January: 

We discuss the rights of British people living in the EU post-Brexit, look at whether health plays a part in politicians’ fitness to lead and learn why Berlin’s transport authority is putting its best foot forward.

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162317 Jan 2018
1 hour

Wednesday 17 January: 

We look at the future of the US’s involvement in Syria and how that affects relations with Turkey. Plus, we discuss the death of prominent Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic, and check in with our business editor at the SIHH watch fair in Geneva.

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162216 Jan 2018
57 min

Tuesday 16 January: 

We analyse the continuing deadlock in German politics, ask whether Canada might have a role to play in the US-North Korea nuclear stand-off and discuss the architecture of the new US embassy in London.

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162115 Jan 2018
1 hour

Monday 15 January: 

After a false nuclear alarm sent Hawaii into panic over the weekend, we ask how dangerous the rivalry between the US and North Korea has become. Plus: Tunisia marks the seventh anniversary of the Arab Spring with fresh protests and we discuss the best way to leave a job.

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162012 Jan 2018
1 hour

Friday 12 January: 

Is Germany any closer to forming a government? We also find out why a new street name in Washington is causing a stir in Russia and look at the what effect vertical forests could have on architecture.

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161911 Jan 2018
1 hour

Thursday 11 January: 

Could Catalonia’s Carles Puigdemont be sworn in via a TV screen? Plus: the UK tries to convince companies that Brexit is a good idea and we examine the US’s new foreign policy.

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161810 Jan 2018
1 hour

Wednesday 10 January: 

We focus on the mounting humanitarian crisis in Idlib in Syria, learn why protests are unfolding in Tunisia, discuss whether Oprah Winfrey could run for the US presidency and hear from designer Déborah Neuberg at the Pitti Uomo clothing fair.

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16179 Jan 2018
58 min

Tuesday 9 January: 

We examine the shambolic nature of Theresa May’s cabinet reshuffle, look at high-level diplomatic talks on the Korean peninsula and ask whether the end is nigh for Belgium’s government. Plus: the enduring and terrifying appeal of the AK-47.

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16168 Jan 2018
1 hour

Monday 8 January: 

Are Iran and Saudi Arabia conducting a proxy war in Yemen? We also examine Emmanuel Macron’s visit to China and our series takes a closer look at the global sale and control of arms. Plus: how much should we know about the provenance of our food?

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16155 Jan 2018
1 hour

Friday 5 January: 

We ask how Russia might react to new revelations about Donald Trump’s presidency, whether Tony Blair can influence the UK’s Brexit debate and what it takes to be a judge at the Cannes Film Festival.

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16144 Jan 2018
1 hour

Thursday 4 January: 

As Iran’s Revolutionary Guards say anti-government protests in the country have ended, where next for a nation in turmoil? Plus: why Germany’s role in Europe is becoming ever more vital and the health of print publishing.

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16133 Jan 2018
1 hour

Wednesday 3 January: 

We discuss the complex factors uniting protesting crowds in Iran, learn whether Australia might soon be holding another plebiscite to decide the nation’s future and hear why 2017 was statistically the safest year in aviation history.

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16122 Jan 2018
1 hour

The best bits from 2017: 

In this special edition of ‘The Globalist’, we look back at some of 2017’s best bits on Monocle 24. Today we hear from Richard Reed, creator of the drinks brand Innocent, take a tour of Helsinki’s food hoods and ask whether we should be working fewer hours.

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16111 Jan 2018
1 hour

The best bits from 2017: 

In this special edition of ‘The Globalist’, we look back at some of the best bits of 2017 on Monocle 24. Today we hear from Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield and musician Chilly Gonzales, and take a tour of Cairo’s food neighbourhoods.

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161029 Dec 2017
30 min

Section E review : 

This special edition of ‘The Globalist’ looks back at the most interesting developments in food, drink and hospitality in 2017, and looks ahead to 2018 too. Markus Hippi is joined by Bloomberg’s chief food critic Richard Vines, restaurant consultant and founder of Code Bulletin Adam Hyman, and Richard Martin, editorial director of Food Republic.

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