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Hear our take on the news and enjoy sharp reporting on the big stories every weekday. Tune in as our guest panel reviews the day’s events in Europe, follows developing stories in the Americas and welcomes early risers in Asia and Australasia. Plus: reports and analysis from Monocle’s correspondents and bureaux around the world. Nominated for ‘Best Daily Podcast’ in the 2022 British Podcast Awards.
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Launched in February 2007, Monocle is a premium media brand with magazine, web, audio, retail and broadcast divisions. With coverage of forgotten states, alluring political figures, emerging brands, fresh forces in popular culture and inspiring design solutions, our mission is to keep an eye and an ear on the world.
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Robert Bound and his guests discuss what has piqued their interest in our one-stop shop for lively reports and in-depth interviews on the newest and finest in art, film, books and the media business.
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Our weekend programme comes live from Monocle’s radio studio in Zürich, where Tyler Brûlé and a panel of special-guest thought leaders discuss key topics in front of a studio audience.
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Don’t miss the week’s most interesting stories from around the world. Join Georgina Godwin every week on Monocle on Saturday to delve into the latest global news and culture, with reports from regular guests in Monocle’s London studio and our international correspondents.
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Everything you need to know about the world of design, from furniture to fashion and craft to architecture. Expect fresh stories, new finds and designers and all the latest news from the world’s most exciting studios.
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The Freelance Monocle Podcast

Christian Prieto: Freelance Monocle Podcast Host for Freelancers in Motion

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A lens into the freelance life of motion design. Conversations that dive deeper into the nuances of freelance, intended to educate and empower the modern day freelancer.
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The Monocle Arts Review

The Monocle Arts Review

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Daily cultural nourishment with Monocle 24’s international critics in the fields of art, music, theatre, literature, film and television. They’ll tell you the shows to see, books to read and music to hear each week in a tasty 15-minute chunk.
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As the world wrestles with the most serious global IT outage ever experienced, we assess the immediate security risks and the effects on aviation. Then: as the Republican National Convention wraps up in Milwaukee, we analyse Donald Trump\'s 93-minute speech and we hear from Tel Aviv, where a Houthi drone appears to have penetrated Israel’s air defe…
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This year’s Republican National Convention has put forward a convincingly re-energised Trumpism that stands in stark contrast to Biden’s ailing Democratic campaign. We take stock on the event’s final day. Plus: Keir Starmer hosts leaders for the European Political Community summit and umbrella rentals take off in Japan. See omnystudio.com/listener …
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New York-based artist and musician Cassandra Jenkins discusses her new album, ‘My Light, My Destroyer’. The spellbinding new record is a tangle of cranked guitars, close-mic confessionals and wonderfully melodic songwriting. Plus: we celebrate ‘To the End’, a new documentary about Blur, with the film’s director, Toby L. See omnystudio.com/listener …
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Georgina Godwin, is joined by Professor of International Politics, Scott Lucas, and Monocle’s Head of Radio, Tom Edwards, to discuss the Trump assassination attempt. Plus: Alex von Tunzelmann and David Schlesinger on the weekend’s other biggest talking points. We also speak to Monocle’s editorial director, Tyler Brûlé, in Liguria and Monocle’s corr…
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Charles Hecker joins Georgina Godwin to talk about the Democrats’ dwindling support for Biden, the future of Paris and ‘The New York Times’ list of the best-selling books of the 21st century. Plus: the founder of Weatherglass Books, Neil Griffiths, talks about co-founding a small publishing house and the Republic of Consciousness Prize for Small Pr…
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US-based journalist HJ Mai joins us for the latest from the Republican National Convention as it wraps up in Milwaukee. Also on the programme: we discuss Japan’s urgency to seek greater engagement to counter China’s influence in the Pacific as leaders meet in Tokyo. And: two weeks on from a Labour landslide in the UK general election, we ask politi…
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This year’s Republican National Convention has put forward a convincingly re-energised Trumpism that stands in stark contrast to Biden’s ailing Democratic campaign. We take stock on the event’s final day. Plus: Keir Starmer hosts leaders for the European Political Community summit and umbrella rentals take off in Japan. From Milan: Salone highlight…
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JD Vance takes to the stage at the Republican National Convention but his past pronouncements on foreign policy are making allies nervous. Also on the programme: as the UK moves to renationalise its railways, we get a European train round-up. Plus: the latest from the European Political Community meeting and ‘The Global Countdown’. From Milan: Salo…
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EU leaders are deciding today on whether to reappoint Ursula von der Leyen as European Commission president. But what would her second term look like? Then: we examine the reforms being proposed in China’s third plenum and look at Joe Biden’s announcement on Supreme Court changes. Plus: the latest from Dhaka as protests escalate and we discuss the …
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Can the shared-workspace model work in manufacturing? We head to Bloqs, a pay-as-you-go workshop in north London, to hear how founders Arnaud Nichols and Al Parra are redefining the production process by providing creatives and businesses with flexible access to top-tier machinery, tools and a community of makers. Plus: we learn how Kabin founder W…
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Ohio senator JD Vance has been announced as Donald Trump’s running mate and potential vice-president. Andrew Mueller explains his background and the likely reasons for his nomination. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.Monocle Radio
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How can democracy function in a conflict zone? We explore that question with a focus on Ukraine. Plus: day three of the Republican National Convention and will Portugal force shopping centres to close on Sundays? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Monocle
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How can democracy function in a conflict zone? We explore that question with a focus on Ukraine. Plus: day three of the Republican National Convention and will Portugal force shopping centres to close on Sundays? From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.Monocle Radio
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Defeated Republican rivals for the presidential nomination offer endorsements in Milwaukee, Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo plunges into the Seine ahead of the Olympics and the hidden ties between Google and Amazon’s Project Nimbus and Israel’s military. Plus: Rio de Janeiro, the tale of two airports. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily …
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Following Viktor Orbán’s ‘peace tour’ to Israel, Moscow and China, European politicians plan to boycott meetings held by the Hungarian leader during his country’s EU presidency. We also have a dispatch from the second day of the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee and can the French left overcome their impasse and elect a new prime minister…
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We mark the launch of Monocle’s new paperback, ‘Fifty Ideas for Building Better Cities’, by discussing adaptive reuse with Jonathan Tuckey and find out how a Danish supermarket brought art and design to the masses. Plus: two exhibitions bringing contemporary craft to London offices. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guid…
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We mark the launch of Monocle’s new paperback, ‘Fifty Ideas for Building Better Cities’, by discussing adaptive reuse with Jonathan Tuckey and find out how a Danish supermarket brought art and design to the masses. Plus: two exhibitions bringing contemporary craft to London offices.Monocle Radio
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Tokyo’s Sangenjaya neighbourhood is often overlooked due to the bright lights of nearby Shibuya. But its diverse food scene, cosy coffee shops and tucked-away speakeasies make it well worth the visit. Hanna Pham takes us on a full-day culinary tour of this sleepy corner of the city. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guid…
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In his first public appearance since surviving an assassination attempt, Donald Trump was rapturously received at the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee. Plus: Germany has banned a right-wing magazine and are Danish politicians spending too much time on social media? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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In his first public appearance since surviving an assassination attempt, Donald Trump was rapturously received at the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee. Plus: Germany has banned a right-wing magazine and are Danish politicians spending too much time on social media? From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More…
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We mark the launch of Monocle’s new paperback, ‘Fifty Ideas for Building Better Cities’, by discussing adaptive reuse with Jonathan Tuckey and find out how a Danish supermarket brought art and design to the masses. Plus: two exhibitions bringing contemporary craft to London offices. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Donald Trump makes an emotional entrance to the Republican National Convention and names his running mate. We look at how the weekend’s events might affect the direction of travel for the Republican Party. We also analyse Kaja Kallas’s vision for EU diplomacy as she takes up a foreign-policy role at the bloc after serving as Estonia’s first female …
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We discuss the mood and security measures at the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, where Donald Trump made his first public appearance following the failed assassination attempt at a campaign event on Saturday. Plus: Monocle’s foreign editor, Alexis Self, explains the UK and EU’s warming relations as government minister Nick Thomas-Symon…
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New York-based artist and musician Cassandra Jenkins discusses her new album, ‘My Light, My Destroyer’. The spellbinding new record is a tangle of cranked guitars, close-mic confessionals and wonderfully melodic songwriting. Plus: we celebrate ‘To the End’, a new documentary about Blur, with the film’s director, Toby L. From Milan: Salone highlight…
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Camille Rodríguez Montilla tells the story of a grand development in Caracas that is emblematic of Venezuela’s decades-long tale of boom and bust. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.Monocle Radio
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Nato has accused China of being a ‘decisive enabler’ of Russia in Ukraine. Beijing has rejected the claim and warned Nato against stirring confrontation. What is the path forward for relations between the two military powers? Plus: the fallout from the attempt on Donald Trump’s life and the Norwegian satellite bringing broadband to the Arctic. From…
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Nato has accused China of being a ‘decisive enabler’ of Russia in Ukraine. Beijing has rejected the claim and warned Nato against stirring confrontation. What is the path forward for relations between the two military powers? Plus: the fallout from the attempt on Donald Trump’s life and the Norwegian satellite bringing broadband to the Arctic. See …
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As Donald Trump heads for the Republican National Convention, we look at whether the attempt on his life might affect the presidential campaign. We also catch up with Latvia’s foreign minister on the sidelines of the Nato Summit and look at whether China can find a fix for its laggardly economic growth as its third plenum kicks off in Beijing. From…
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The former president was speaking at a rally in Pennsylvania when he was shot at, with a bullet reportedly grazing his ear. How will the assassination attempt reshape the presidential race? Then we get the latest from Israel as it intensifies its assault on Gaza, head to Rwanda where incumbent Paul Kagame is poised to win a fourth term in office an…
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The UBS Global Wealth Report has been at the forefront of insights into household wealth for 15 years and has become a key reference point for all those interested in trends shaping wealth across the world. Featuring analysis from UBS Global Wealth Management chief economist Paul Donovan and Economist Samuel Adams. From Milan: Salone highlights, in…
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Ever wondered what David Bowie liked to eat for dinner, or how the members of Queen wrote and rehearsed their famous “Galileos”? Tiffany Murray’s new memoir invites us into the lives of 1970s rock nobility. Set at two recording studios, including the legendary Rockfield Studios where she was raised, her mother Joan was a chef for the likes of Black…
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Georgina Godwin, is joined by Professor of International Politics, Scott Lucas, and Monocle’s Head of Radio, Tom Edwards, to discuss the Trump assassination attempt. Plus: Alex von Tunzelmann and David Schlesinger on the weekend’s other biggest talking points. We also speak to Monocle’s editorial director, Tyler Brûlé, in Liguria and Monocle’s corr…
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We look back at Keir Starmer’s first week as UK prime minister and our team reports from the Nato summit in Washington. Plus: we speak with Apple’s Lisa Jackson and pay a visit to an icon of the French Riviera. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.Monocle Radio
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‘The Foreign Desk’ broadcasts from Washington for Nato’s 75th anniversary summit, with Joe Biden playing host under an intense spotlight. Andrew Mueller speaks to ministers from Estonia, Latvia and Moldova, as well as Ian Bremmer and former US defence official Ian Brzezinski. Plus: the story of Nato’s longest-serving spokesperson, Oana Lungescu. Fr…
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