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The Foreign Desk, 37

Saturday 20 September

Monocle’s foreign editor Steve Bloomfield hosts a discussion on Australian prime minister Tony Abbott’s first year in office looking at immigration reform, climate policy and the nation’s presence on the world stage. With…

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The Curator, 153

Saturday 20 September

Daniel Giacopelli presents highlights from the past week on Monocle 24 including analysis on the Scottish referendum result, the comeback of the New York City Transit Authority Graphics Standards Manual for the city’s…

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The Monocle Daily, 750

Friday 19 September

A look at the implications of Scotland’s decision to stay as part of the UK, we learn what John Kerry hoped to achieve as he chaired a UN Security Council meeting today, check out gourmet food at high altitude, and Guy De…

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Midori House, 743

Friday 19 September

We discuss the day’s top news with John Everard and Tim Marshall, check in with our correspondent in Brussels, and review the latest cinema releases with film critic Anna Smith.

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The Briefing, 747

Friday 19 September

As Scotland sides with the “No” campaign, we ask what will become of all the devolution promises made by David Cameron. Plus, analysis of the latest hostage message from Islamic State, we discuss today’s business and luxury…

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Lost in translation

Friday 19 September

Unexpectedly losing a passport or ID card can derail even the best-laid plans and doing so while in a foreign country can make things even trickier, as Monocle’s Gaia Lutz is finding out.

It is easier than ever to find out information about people that you meet (as well as those you don’t) but the news seems to be more filled with horror stories about identity theft rather than tales of people going the…

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The Globalist, 755

Friday 19 September

The verdict on Scotland’s referendum result, we assess the UN’s influence in global affairs, and get the top business stories from Hong Kong.

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The Monocle Daily, 749

Thursday 18 September

A look at what the Scottish referendum reveals about changing trends in global politics, we ask why Nasa is hoping to be less reliant on Russia, and review the Asian front pages.

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The Urbanist, 153

Thursday 18 September

The dying breeds: Cities are rapidly changing places in the global hierarchy and with all of the new people, new buildings and new things to do, some are inevitably left behind. In this episode we’re looking at some fading…

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Midori House, 742

Thursday 18 September

We analyse how nations are attempting to unite against Islamic State, get the latest on Scotland’s independence referendum, and hear the top stories from Toronto.

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The Briefing, 746

Thursday 18 September

We discuss the largest anti-terror operation in Australian history, find out how Brazil made it off the world hunger map, review the week’s media news with Stephen Armstrong, and Rob Schwartz of Billboard explains Japan’s…

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Political rights and wrongs

Thursday 18 September

For Brazil’s upcoming election, gay rights are finally getting the platform for open debate that they deserve. But there are still some no-go areas left in Brazilian politics, says Monocle’s Fernando Augusto Pacheco.

For election aficionados like me, this year’s Brazilian presidential race is a treat. It’s looking to be the most unpredictable of my lifetime with so many firsts. It’s the first time two women are the favourite candidates…

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The Globalist, 754

Thursday 18 September

As polls open in Scotland we look ahead to the country’s historic independence referendum, we also assess the role that US allies in the Arab world might play in the fight against ISIS, and check out to a unique audio…

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The Monocle Daily, 748

Wednesday 17 September

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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Midori House, 741

Wednesday 17 September

Nina Schick and Samira Shackle discuss the day’s issues including Scotland’s independence referendum, the Pakistani politicians who were ejected from a plane, and the latest on Ukraine.

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