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The Globalist, 892

Tuesday 31 March

After thousands march through Tunis in solidarity against terror, our correspondent in the city reflects on its response to the Bardo museum attack. Plus we discuss calls to make Ukraine more inviting to investors and meet…

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The Monocle Daily, 881

Monday 30 March

We have a look at the elections in Nigeria as early results start to come in and ask if Greece is turning to Russia for economic help. Plus we discover how Costa Rica hasn't burned any fossil fuels so far in 2015 and review…

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Midori House, 869

Monday 30 March

Negotiations on Iran's nuclear programme intensify before the deadline and US financier George Soros promises to invest $1bn in Ukraine. Tim Marshall and Sebastian Borger discuss these other day’s news stories.

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The Briefing, 883

Monday 30 March

As the deadline approaches for a preliminary deal over Iran’s nuclear programme, we discuss its possible contents and the feasibility of its achievement. Plus we look back at this weekend’s Arab League summit in Sharm el…

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Fuelling the fire

Norway’s prime minister Erna Solberg’s brand of conservatism is typically Norwegian: progressive, inclusive and pragmatic. These qualities will be vital in the future as the oil-rich nation considers alternatives to the…

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The Globalist, 891

Monday 30 March

As Nigeria awaits the result of this weekend’s presidential election, we get the latest from Abuja. Plus we hear about the final farewell to the founder of modern Singapore and we get the business news from China. Also,…

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The Monocle Weekly, 299

Sunday 29 March

Robert Bound and Steve Bloomfield meet playwright Tom Morton-Smith to talk about explosive new play ‘Oppenheimer’, hear about the life of mercurial pop legend Lee Hazlewood with writer Wyndham Wallace and look at London's…

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The Foreign Desk, 64

Saturday 28 March

Steve Bloomfield talks to CNN’s Peter Hamby and the AP’s Lisa Lerer about the strange non-race to be the Democratic nominee for president in 2016.

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The Curator, 180

Saturday 28 March

We meet beachwear designer Lenny Niemeyer, delve into the world of classified ads and hear a performance by Vikesh Kapoor.

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The Monocle Daily, 880

Friday 27 March

As Nigeria heads to the polls this weekend, we assess the close contest between President Goodluck Jonathan and Muhammadu Buhari. Plus we discuss aviation and mental health in the wake of the Germanwings crash, have a look…

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Midori House, 868

Friday 27 March

Jane Kinninmont and Alessio Patalano discuss the biggest news stories of the day with presenter Andrew Mueller.

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The Briefing, 882

Friday 27 March

We analyse the latest developments in the Germanwings crash, get the week’s biggest stories in numbers from Ipsos Mori’s Ben Page and ask why Italian food is being talked about in Toronto.

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Fair traders

Friday 27 March

Flying in the face of chain stores, Turkey’s nimble, always-useful, small shopkeeping tradition – in all its variants – is a continuing success story that other countries could learn from, says Monocle’s Sophie Grove.

Last night I found myself short of an onion. So, employing a much-used Istanbul technique, I called down to the local bakkal (corner shop) below my flat and then lowered a small wicker basket for the proprietor to place the…

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