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Tuesday 2 September

A one-hour news show airing at 18.00 London time. Get the views of our editors and correspondents around the world.

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The Briefing, 734

Tuesday 2 September

We report on fresh evidence of ethnic cleansing in northern Iraq, hear the latest in aviation news, discuss Monocle’s new partnership with Nikkei Inc, and talk to the founder of a new coffee museum in Dubai.

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The Globalist, 742

Tuesday 2 September

African leaders meet to tackle terrorism across the continent, we hear a history of Colombia’s communist FARC rebel group and one of London’s iconic structures becomes a stage for gamers.

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The Monocle Daily, 736

Monday 1 September

Libya’s chaos continues as rebel groups cement their hold over Tripoli, we assess what might happen in Lesotho after the flight-into-exile of the prime minister and we ask whether the iWallet is any closer to fruition.

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Midori House, 729

Monday 1 September

We discuss the day’s top stories with Nina Schick and Samira Shackle, check in with our woman in Rio and discuss a new art project in Santander.

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The Briefing, 733

Monday 1 September

We discuss pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, hear about Brazil’s tightening presidential race, and ask whether Mitt Romney will make a run for the White House in 2016.

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Fever pitch

Monday 1 September

Is Japan’s recent dengue fever outbreak a sign of things to come? Monocle’s Fiona Wilson investigates.

Unlike many people who live in Tokyo, I love the Japanese summer. I like the screech of the cicadas, the sweaty street festivals. I like the firework displays. I even like the intense heat. It has always struck me that…

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The Globalist, 741

Monday 1 September

We ask if a military coup might topple Pakistan’s first democratically elected government for a generation, get the latest on the Ukrainian crisis, and hear the first instalment of our week-long series on terrorism around…

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The Monocle Weekly, 269

Sunday 31 August

Andrew Tuck and Robert Bound learn how to write a modern ghost story with author Joanna Briscoe, hear how John Moore's latest album came about (and sing along too), and discuss Girl Soldiers in the US with Helen Thorpe.

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The Foreign Desk, 34

Saturday 30 August

Monocle foreign editor Steve Bloomfield assesses whether European football, which boasts some of the most popular and lucrative leagues in the world, is the continent’s most potent soft-power tool. Featuring football wri…

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The Monocle Daily, 735

Friday 29 August

We give you the latest update on the strikes in Argentina, speak to author Rick Perlstein about his new book ‘The Invisible Bridge: The Fall of Nixon and the Rise of Reagan’, and tell you what to do on a Friday Night in New…

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Midori House, 728

Friday 29 August

Mary Dejevsky and Jane Kinninmont discuss the day's news – from Ukraine and Russia to the Middle East, we also check in with our correspondent in Colombia, and investigate the "cold conflict" over contested Crimean gold.

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