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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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Monocle's Joseph Dana looks back at a week of negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians. We also assess how Thailand's military junta intends to change the country's constitution and hear from one of the world's most intriguing music events: Norway's Salt festival.

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820 19 Dec 2014
00:59:30

Monocle's Joseph Dana looks back at a week of negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians. We also assess how Thailand's military junta intends to change the country's constitution and hear from one of the world's most intriguing music events: Norway's Salt festival.

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819 18 Dec 2014
00:59:32

Tonia Samsonova and Sarah Lain preview Vladimir Putin’s annual address to the press, we assess the demise of the sleeper train in Europe, and find out about the world’s largest floating Christmas tree.

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818 17 Dec 2014
00:59:20

We discuss Turkey’s crackdown on the press, learn if South Korea’s transport ministry might penalise Korean Air, and hear why 15,000 people marched in Dresden against the “Islamification” of Germany.

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817 16 Dec 2014
00:59:14

A century on from the first commercial flight, we celebrate the history of aviation. Plus we look at publishing in Spain, work etiquette in Arizona and business news from New York.

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816 15 Dec 2014
01:06:19

With a café in Sydney’s business district under siege, journalist Sarah Wiley brings us the latest. Plus we report on Shinzo Abe’s election victory in Japan and Denmark’s attempts to rehabilitate jihadist fighters.

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815 12 Dec 2014
00:59:29

As another bomb rocks Nigeria we find out how Boko Haram is changing its tactics, Monocle’s Tom Edwards hears how a Tokyo taxi firm is drawing on tradition to bring customers high-quality car services, and we get the business news from Hong Kong.

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814 11 Dec 2014
01:00:00

Demonstrators in Hong Kong tell us they might be going home but the protest isn’t over. Plus experts weigh in on the European debate in Denmark about recognising an independent Palestinian state.

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813 10 Dec 2014
00:59:28

Our maritime-industry expert explores the competing claims by nations chasing oil and gas reserves in the South China Sea, we learn about an ambitious architectural project that hasn’t quite got off the ground, and get business news from Shanghai.

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812 9 Dec 2014
00:59:30

With Japan heading to the polls we assess the opposition to Shinzo Abe. We also look at rule changes coming to the Olympic Games, get the business latest from Sweden, and learn and why a fight is brewing over the Nobel Peace Center.

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811 8 Dec 2014
01:02:37

As Greece sets out its budget, we find out why both businesses and unions aren't happy, we also learn about the latest Mugabe-related power shifts in Zimbabwe, and discuss why London’s mayor is going on a bike ride with Indonesia’s president.

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810 5 Dec 2014
00:59:55

A close look at the unrest unfolding in New York as protesters shut down bridges and streets over the death of Eric Garner, we also learn how technology is shaping contemporary art, and attempt to make new friends through salad with Australian kitchen queen Donna Hay.

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809 4 Dec 2014
00:59:057

As Hong Kong’s Occupy movement leaders hand themselves over to police, will their student counterparts also decide it’s time to head home? Our Asia expert gives his take on the latest developments.

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