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The Globalist, 805

Friday 28 November

This one-hour show airs at 06.00 London time and looks ahead to events that will shape the day in Europe, and beyond, with a special focus on Turkey and the Gulf.

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The Monocle Daily, 799

Thursday 27 November

Regular check-ins and live interviews from the US and all across the Americas add to the mix of guests and analysis from our studios in London.

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The Urbanist, 163

Thursday 27 November

Made in: This week we check out an organisation pushing to unite manufacturers in Copenhagen, former industrial sites in East London and investigate Belgrade's design district. Plus, we visit a traditional Hong Kong prin…

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Midori House, 792

Thursday 27 November

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, 796

Thursday 27 November

We discuss race relations in America, geopolitics in South Asia, and free speech in South Korea; analyse the week's top media and business news; and get a lesson in capoeira as the Brazilian martial art and dance gains UN…

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The Globalist, 804

Thursday 27 November

Greece braces for a general strike and Thailand’s rulers splash out ahead of the 2016 election. Plus we explore Iceland’s film industry and our New York bureau chief reflects on his first Thanksgiving.

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The Monocle Daily, 798

Wednesday 26 November

We explore how sanctions on Russia are hurting European industries, analyse a political threat to Angela Merkel, meet documentary-maker Hernán Vilchez and discuss the life of Lebanese music legend Sabah.

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Midori House, 791

Wednesday 26 November

As President Obama calls for calm we take a look at civil unrest in Ferguson. Plus we discuss Germany’s law to ensure women find their place in the boardroom and celebrate the life of Sambo the elephant as the Cambodian…

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The Briefing, 795

Wednesday 26 November

As protests continue in Ferguson, Missouri, we get analysis from professor of American studies Randal Maurice Jelks in Kansas. We also discuss female suicide bombers in Nigeria and hear about a trio of referendums in Swi…

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Meet your maker

Wednesday 26 November

Retailers are catching on to the fact that savvy consumers want transparency when parting with their money, and what can be more transparent than buying direct from the producer? Monocle’s Daniel Giacopelli reports.

If you lock up a human being for long enough, nature takes over and madness sets in. We are, as they say, inherently social creatures. Despite the quiet protests of introverts and hermits, our survival depends largely on…

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The Globalist, 803

Wednesday 26 November

Igor Sutyagin evaluates Russia's plans to build a network of military facilities in the Arctic. We also assess why Turkey's president doesn't think men and women should be treated equally and bring you part three of our…

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The Monocle Daily, 797

Tuesday 25 November

Peace talks in Colombia and terrorism warnings in Norway, Ben Murtagh reviews the Asian newspapers, Grub Street's Sierra Tishgart explores the politics of professional kitchens and we take a lesson in Finnish calligraphy…

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Midori House, 790

Tuesday 25 November

Martin Plaut and Dr James Boys discuss the current wave of unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, and ask why a new arms race is brewing in Africa. We also hear from sculptor Davide Dormino and writer Charles Glass on a new artwork…

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The Briefing, 794

Tuesday 25 November

Reflections on the extended deadline for talks on Iran’s nuclear future, we hear from Strasbourg as the Pope pays a visit, and learn about Kathmandu’s makeover ahead of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation…

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Notes on a scandal

Tuesday 25 November

The recent arrest of Portugal’s former prime minister José Sócrates marks a promising shift in the nation’s mentality, says Carlota Rebelo.

This weekend was a surprising and positive one for Portuguese justice. For the first time, a former politician has been arrested under suspicion of corruption, tax fraud and money laundering.

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