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The Briefing, 635

Wednesday 16 April

The latest on the search for survivors as a ferry carrying over 450 people – most of them school children – capsizes off the coast of South Korea. We also learn why Sudan’s president has banned all political meetings, and…

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A bumpy landing

Wednesday 16 April

Sydney will soon have a much-needed second airport. But the city already has a more conveniently situated hub nearby so any newcomer has a fight on its hands, says Monocle’s Phil Han.

It’s been one long 70-year wait but it looks like Sydney-siders can celebrate – the city is finally getting a second airport. The federal government has approved a AU$2.4bn (€1.6bn) plan for the new site that will be built…

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The Globalist, 643

Wednesday 16 April

The latest from eastern Ukraine, we preview Thursday’s Algerian presidential elections, talk business in the UAE, and review today’s newspapers with Darren McCaffrey.

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The Monocle Daily, 637

Tuesday 15 April

We’re in Donetsk to discuss Ukraine’s “anti-terrorism campaign”, ask whether community service can redeem Silvio Berlusconi, and find out how university newspapers are filling in the void for local news reporting.

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Midori House, 630

Tuesday 15 April

Why the US has denied Iran’s new ambassador to the UN a visa, we hear why South Korea’s spy agency is in the middle of a scandal, and explain why the UK is concerned about its maritime security if Scotland votes for inde…

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The Briefing, 634

Tuesday 15 April

We get the latest on the kidnap of Jordan’s ambassador to Libya in Tripoli, go live to Australia as Sydney’s second international airport gets the go ahead, and ask why an ancient dialect is being revived by the Turkish…

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The Globalist, 642

Tuesday 15 April

We survey the state of the Syrian war, discuss Joko Widodo’s “political safari”, get the business news from Shanghai, and review today’s newspapers with Peter Cardwell.

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The Monocle Daily, 636

Monday 14 April

Veteran Balkans journalist, Tim Judah, details his experiences in Horlivka, Steven Bodzin brings us the latest from the fires in Valparaiso, and author Mónica Bello discusses the finding of a Portuguese galleon off the…

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Midori House, 629

Monday 14 April

The latest from Ukraine, we find out who is leading in the Afghan presidential race, and we ask whether the Republican party is racist? Plus, we get the headlines from Belgrade and tell you which exhibitions are making…

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The Briefing, 633

Monday 14 April

We measure tension in Ukraine as a deadline for pro-Russian forces to leave their positions in the east of the country passes, we also assess the implications of the resignation of Libya’s prime minister, and head to Bol…

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The Globalist, 641

Monday 14 April

We discuss the tense situation in eastern Ukraine, preview this week’s Algerian presidential election, get the business news from Greece, and Aarti Betigeri recounts her interview with the prime minister of Bhutan’s in this…

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The Monocle Weekly, 249

Sunday 13 April

Filmmaker and critic Mark Cousins joins Andrew Tuck and Robert Bound to discuss his documentary ‘A Story of Children and Film’. Danny Rhodes discusses his new book, ‘Fan’, a tribute to the Hillsborough disaster, and Dr Mike…

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The Foreign Desk, 14

Saturday 12 April

Hamid Karzai is preparing to leave office after 12 years in power. Monocle's foreign editor Steve Bloomfield chairs a discussion on the Afghan president's legacy as US troops prepare to leave a country where security seems…

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  • We inspect the global TV industry at this year's MIPTV conference, hear how Sweden’s art scene is on the rise, and meet the new wave of playwrights bringing political theatre back to Chile. Plus, the verdict on the Sydney Biennale, and music from Seun Kuti and Novo Amor.
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