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Wednesday 1 October

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, 755

Wednesday 1 October

Inside the Hong Kong protests with our bureau chief Aisha Speirs, we hear about Ukraine and Russia potentially taking their conflict to the courtroom, and sit down with an Icelandic journalist for her take on the country’s…

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Backseat voting

Wednesday 1 October

Following Scotland’s close-run decision to remain as part of the UK, is it right that – given the nation’s growing independent powers – it has such an influence on elections south of the border? Monocle’s Matt Alagiah…

A week is a long time in politics but two is simply an aeon.

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The Globalist, 763

Wednesday 1 October

The latest on Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests, we discuss today’s planned meeting between Benjamin Netanyahu and Barack Obama, and get the business news from France.

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The Monocle Daily, 757

Tuesday 30 September

Malte Kaeding discusses what the Hong Kong protesters might settle for, we ask Hassan al-Amin about the challenges being faced by Libya, Tristan McAllister has the week’s transport news, and we review the today’s front…

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Midori House, 750

Tuesday 30 September

John Everard and James Boys discuss the ongoing pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, we also visit the French countryside with entomologist Dave Goulson, and check in with our Copenhagen correspondent.

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The Briefing, 754

Tuesday 30 September

The view from the ground as Hong Kong’s protests continue. Also on the show: how Russia’s state-controlled railway is still on track in spite of sanctions and Brazil’s ambitious plans for more airports.

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Affairs / Diplomacy

All talk

Tuesday 30 September

Ongoing negotiations between Japan and North Korea regarding abducted Japanese nationals rarely provide any results for the Japanese. Monocle’s Kenji Hall asks if Japan can go on giving chances to the rogue state.

The Japanese envoy stood before TV cameras yesterday in Shenyang, northern China, to deliver his disappointing message: after nearly five hours spent negotiating with a North Korean delegation he had no fresh news on the…

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The Globalist, 762

Tuesday 30 September

As pro-democracy protests continue in Hong Kong we hear from our bureau chief in the city. We also get business news from Turkey, take a trip to the Glasgow School of Art and reflect on the upcoming Uruguayan election.

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The Monocle Daily, 756

Monday 29 September

All the latest news from the Syrian-Turkish border. We also hear about the recent surge in violence against politicians in Mexico and Indian prime minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the US.

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Midori House, 749

Monday 29 September

Sebastian Borger and Tim Marshall discuss the future of Afghanistan, America’s fight against Isis and the prospects of a Catalonian independence referendum. Plus Norway’s resurgent art scene.

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The Briefing, 753

Monday 29 September

A live update from our bureau chief in Hong Kong as pro-democracy protests there continue, we also hear about the new president of Afghanistan, and discuss the Spanish government’s reaction to Catalan plans for an indepe…

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Affairs / Food & Drink

Flavour of the month

Monday 29 September

Despite Istanbul’s deserved ascension to the top of any would-be traveller’s wish list in recent times, the city’s culinary scene has lacked bite. Until now that is, as Monocle’s Joseph Dana reports.

The latest, and often most talented, celebrity chef in Turkey is your mother. This truism, poached from a friend over the weekend, captures something extraordinarily simple about Turkish cuisine: it traditionally doesn’t…

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