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The Stack - latest episodes
We take stock of coverage of last week’s attack in Barcelona and editor at large of ‘The Art Newspaper’ Jane Morris casts her eye over the newsstand. Plus: a new publication designed to get your creative juices flowing.
We take a closer look at two publications looking to get beneath the surface of the modern world, ‘Icon’ and ‘Yes & No’. Plus: at work with our resident magazine connoisseur at Monocle’s Kioskafé.
We speak to the editor of pioneering slow journalism quarterly ‘Delayed Gratification’ and take a look at Monocle’s new weekly newspaper ‘The Summer Weekly’. Plus: trouble at Conde Nast.
This week on The Stack we speak to the editor of a magazine aiming to be a platform for critical thinking in fashion. Plus, a closer look at the ‘FT Weekend Magazine’.
We speak to the editor of ‘The Oldie’ magazine, Harry Mount’. Plus: the editor of ‘Soffa’ magazine in the Czech Republic and the second edition of ‘Gentle Rain’, a publication on all things Hamburg.
We speak to Jeremy Leslie from magCulture and James Mullinger, editor in chief of The Maritime Edit.
We meet the ace team behind ‘Racquet’ magazine and the editor of ‘M, le Magazine du Monde’. Plus: highlights from Monocle’s third annual Quality of Life Conference.
We speak with Megan Murphy, editor of the recently redesigned ‘Bloomberg Businessweek’, chat with Tara Loader Wilkinson from ‘Billionaire’ magazine and take a look at London’s local press.
We meet Emily Gosling, editor of ‘Typenotes’ magazine, talk to the editor of Austrian food title ‘All You Can Eat’ and chat with the editor of ‘Mekong Review’, Minh Bui Jones.
Rowan Pelling from ‘The Amorist’, plus new music magazine ‘Recorder’ and a report on newspaper consumption in the mobile age.
A look on how print media covers terrorist attacks with Simon Jenkins, Shashank Joshi, Philip Seib and Pascal Hollenstein.
We ask whether newspapers really matter in an election. Plus: Christoph Amend from ‘Zeitmagazin’ and Studio Safar on their new journal.
The best culinary titles understand the art of eating on a deeper level and know how to capture it all on the printed page. We explore the secrets with two publishing connoisseurs: David Lane of ‘The Gourmand’ and restau…
We welcome the editor of Belgium art and literature magazine ‘Oogst’ plus Davide Cazzaro, editor of a ‘Nang’ magazine which looks at Asian cinema, and Gail Bichler from ‘The New York Times Magazine’.
As a political crisis grips Washington, many in the US’s newspaper industry recalled another incident that saw journalism and politics collide – the Watergate scandal. Journalism professor John Owen joins Tom Edwards to…