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October

November

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Culture

Culture

As Halloween approaches we learn about all things gothic with the curator of a new exhibition at the British Library and find out about this year’s costume trends. Plus a report from the CMJ Music Marathon in New York and…

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01:00

Business

The Bulletin with UBS

This week we’re asking whether big declines in global stock markets will herald a whole new crisis or offer new opportunities for investors.

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03:00

Business

The Entrepreneurs

We navigate Istanbul's Grand Bazaar with a mobile app, talk sustainable luxury with Maria Eugenia Gijon and meet business thinker Jeff Sutherland. Plus: Indian fashion brand Bhane, the Stair-Rover team and a chat about…

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06:00

Affairs

The Globalist

For the first time, more Swedes are in favour of joining Nato than not; could Stockholm be ready to sign up? We also look at the legacy of Catherine Ashton, who today steps down as the head of EU's foreign policy, and get…

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07:00

Culture

Culture

As Halloween approaches we learn about all things gothic with the curator of a new exhibition at the British Library and find out about this year’s costume trends. Plus a report from the CMJ Music Marathon in New York and…

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09:00

Design

Section D

This week David Plaisant visits the Biennale Interieur in Belgium, our New York bureau chief explores the recently refurbished UN headquarters and we go to South Korea for the new-look Seoul Fashion Week.

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12:00

Affairs

The Briefing

As Burma’s political and ethnic leaders agree to work on reforms and peace talks, we ask how robust the consensus really is. Also, we hear about protests in Burkina Faso and discuss Israel’s reaction to Sweden recognising…

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14:00

Affairs

The Urbanist

Hosted by editor Andrew Tuck, the show about the people making city life better, from dedicated mayors to hi-tech businesses.

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18:00

Affairs

Midori House

Phil Clark and Mary Dejevsky review the day’s top stories, we check in with our Washington DC correspondent, Judith Flanders discusses new book *The Making of Home* and Karen Krizanovich shares her top film picks.

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19:00

Edits

The Menu

We are in Sydney to speak to Mitch Orr, one of the best-known chefs of the latest crop. We also hear how a food community in Vienna has come up with new use for empty shop spaces and get the week's headlines from Latin…

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22:00

Affairs

The Monocle Daily

As Jerusalem’s Temple Mount reopens amid tight security, will divisions over the site’s future ever be reconciled? We also ask whose drones have been flying above French nuclear sites and mark the Halloween holiday with the…

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23:00

Culture

Monocle Presents

Nick Luscombe’s handpicked selection of slinky sounds includes tracks from Vancouver soul singer Dawn Pemberton and video-game soul from Finland’s Ted Striker.

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