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Midori House, 889

Monday 27 April

Join Monocle’s editors and guests drawn from our unrivalled pool of international commentators, analysts and experts to unpack the issues dominating the day’s agenda. From diplomatic wrangles and border disputes to big…

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The Briefing, 903

Monday 27 April

After Nepal suffers its worst earthquake in over 80 years, we discuss the lives lost, the damage done and the recovery project ahead. Plus we hear live from Burundi’s capital as protests continue against the president's bid…

Global

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Lack of remote control

Monday 27 April

Drone warfare is back in the news and yet its consequences continue to be pushed into the background, says Alice Bloch. Are technological advances leading to a moral regression?

Last week we heard that back in January, a US drone accidentally killed two hostages – one American, one Italian – in an attack on an al-Qaeda compound in Pakistan. Not surprisingly, President Obama publicly expressed his…

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The Globalist, 911

Monday 27 April

As Japan’s prime minister visits the US, we discuss defence, deterrence and the mutual interests of the two states. We also hear from Jakarta as Indonesia prepares to execute foreign drug convicts on death row and our…

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Asia Pac Unwrapped, 1

Sunday 26 April

Coming soon: Anchored by Monocle’s unrivalled team of editors and correspondents, and produced out of our bureaux in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Singapore, Asia Pac Unwrapped is an unmissable weekly briefing from the world’s most…

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The Monocle Weekly, 303

Sunday 26 April

Robert Bound and Tom Edwards meet photographer Jessica Fulford-Dobson to discuss the young skateboarding girls of Kabul, hear about the history of swimming in the River Thames with writer Caitlin Davies and learn why the…

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The Recap, 8

Saturday 25 April

What should the EU do to prevent more migrant deaths? We also hear how Politico Europe is going to succeed in Brussels and what the backdrop is for South Africa’s violence against foreigners.

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The Foreign Desk, 68

Saturday 25 April

No election is complete without arguments over opinion polls. Who’s up, who’s down, what we care about, what we don’t. It’s time to brush up on our sample sizes, our margins of errors and, of course, our confidence inter…

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The Curator, 184

Saturday 25 April

A highly musical edition of ‘The Curator’ as Ben Rylan guides us through Monocle’s choice output from the past week, including Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth, Turkish instrumentalist Gorkem Sen and American sister act Larkin…

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The Monocle Daily, 900

Friday 24 April

David Whitehouse shares his news book “Journey to the Centre of the Earth”, Somnath Batabyal reviews the Asian newspapers and Tomos Lewis takes us on a Friday night out in the Arctic Circle.

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Midori House, 888

Friday 24 April

After a US drone strike on an al-Qaeda compound kills two innocent hostages, questions are being raised over the safety and effectiveness of drones; Roger Boyes and Samira Shackle join Emma Nelson for a full analysis. Plus…

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The Briefing, 902

Friday 24 April

We analyse the drone strike that killed US and Italian civilians, learn what threat volcanic ash really poses to airlines and celebrate 50 years of Brazilian broadcaster Globo.

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The Globalist, 910

Friday 24 April

The latest on Greece's looming economic deadline. We also look at the complexities of the recent attacks on immigrants in South Africa and ask what it means to be a member of a political party.

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The Monocle Daily, 899

Thursday 23 April

The EU migration crisis and the future of David Petraeus are discussed, Toronto's mayor shares the experience of his first few months in office and David Fung describes his new book on Bodhi the Menswear Dog.

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