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The Urbanist

Views: a commute into Glasgow, we walk the shores of Lake Ontario in Toronto, and why Warsaw is trying to hide one of its most iconic buildings.

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03:00

Culture

Culture

New music guru Huw Stephens talks us through the bands which caught his eye at Eurosonic festival, we meet Philip Tinari, director of the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing to hear about their latest show, and…

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06:00

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The Globalist

On election day in Israel we find out why Benjamin Netanyahu is such a controversial figure and check in with Joseph Dana in Jerusalem, we also catch up on business news in Chicago, and treat ourselves to curry in Tokyo.

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09:00

Business

The Entrepreneurs

We meet a Düsseldorf-based Sri Lankan shirt maker, visit a Greek grocery store for the blind, and chat with the man perfecting sourdough bread in London.

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12:00

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The Briefing

Christine Okrent gives us the view from France on the Mali conflict, we get a round up of the week’s biggest aviation stories, and our Paris correspondent makes his very own perfume.

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14:00

Edits

The Menu

We find out about the unmarked, closed-door restaurants of Buenos Aires, get tips from San Francisco’s ultimate dinner-party host, and speak to the editor of a book revealing where top chefs choose to eat.

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18:00

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Midori House

We look out for results as Israelis head to the polls, find out why Norway might send troops to Mali, and ask if the future of RIM telecommunications is looking brighter.

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19:00

Design

Section D

We check out menswear collections from Paris Fashion Week, look at the German construction industry at the BAU fair in Munich, drop in on the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto, and learn how to make a fragrance back in Paris.

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22:00

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The Monocle Daily

We hear from Tel Aviv about the latest Israeli election news, learn why a maker of bulletproof attire has started a kids’ range, and cross over to Texas to speak with Bexar County Judge Nelson W Wolff about e-libraries.

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