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16 September 2017
This week we speak to the editor of one of the UK’s leading weekend newspapers about how to strike a balance between out-of-hours fun and business as usual. Plus: Monocle’s finest pick some of their favourites from the newsstand and we discuss a car magazine that’s happy to go off-road.
16 September 2017
The weekend edition of the ‘Financial Times’ has a discerning readership who expect the same assiduous reporting and astute opinion-leading of its weekday cousin but also want to wind down perusing its ‘Life & Arts’, ‘House & Home’ and ‘FT Magazine’ sections. Editor Alec Russell tells us how he strikes this balance.
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One of the advantages of producing a show about magazines from the office of a magazine is that we’re surrounded by people as excited about print as we are. And there are few more knowledgeable and enthusiastic than Monocle’s creative director Richard Spencer Powell and director of photography Matt Beaman, who joined us to run through some of their favourite titles currently on newsstands.
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‘Cadillac’ is a publication made by the people behind the US’s most iconic automobile brand. There’s plenty to keep the petrolheads happy but 75 per cent of the stories cover design, fashion, technology, culture and travel without a car in sight. On a recent visit to London, editor in chief Marc Einsele popped into our studio.
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