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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.
 
Radio Cherry Bombe features interviews with the most interesting people in the world of food. Each week, host Kerry Diamond, founder and editor of the indie magazine Cherry Bombe, talks to the chefs, bakers, creatives, and entrepreneurs making it happen. Follow @cherrybombe on Instagram for show news and more, and visit cherrybombe.com/radio-cherry-bombe for transcripts and past episodes. Thank you to Tralala for our theme song, "All Fired Up." Produced by Cherry Bombe Media.
 
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Laura Marling and Mike Lindsay together make up musical duo Lump. As they release their second album, ‘Animal’, they chat to Robert Bound about making their record in Margate and channelling their music through the character of Lump, whoever that might be. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.…
 
Every year, thousands of people clamor to eat at The Lost Kitchen, Erin French’s restaurant in Freedom, Maine, population 722. Don’t visit your favorite reservations app. The only way to snag a seat is by mailing in a postcard, and needless to say, a lot of folks come up empty-handed. Fortunately, the disappointed now have a way to console themselv…
 
This new report from UBS Global Wealth Management explains how and why its CIO is updating forecasts to reflect a neutral view on the US dollar this year. We’ll hear from one of our regular chroniclers of currency market moves in London and from one of the report’s co-authors in Zurich. They’ll talk about the ongoing coronavirus situation, central …
 
William Green knows a little more than most about how to stack the odds in your favour. His career as a financial journalist has seen him write for publications including ‘The New Yorker’, ‘Time’, ‘Fortune’, and ‘Forbes’. He has reported from all over the world and interviewed presidents, CEOs, billionaires, and investors. Georgina Godwin speaks to…
 
In part three of our historical summer series, we travel back in time to 1962 to chart the Cuban Missile Crisis. What does Fidel Castro think he’s playing at? Who is making the decisions in the Kremlin and the White House? And is there any peaceful way out of this? Andrew Mueller speaks to Henry Rees-Sheridan, James Rodgers, Alex von Tunzelmann, an…
 
This week on ‘The Stack’ it’s all about the Olympics. We speak to Tom Loxley, editor of ‘Radio Times’, about its bumper Olympics issue. Plus: Luke Kennedy from Aussie surf title ‘Tracks’ on the surfing debut at Tokyo 2020 and our Tokyo bureau chief Fiona Wilson on how the Japanese media is covering the event. From Milan: Salone highlights, intervie…
 
Monocle’s Fiona Wilson and the UK’s former ambassador in Japan, David Warren, have the latest as the Olympic Games begin. Plus: Rob Cox from Reuters on the G20 summit, Louis Harnett O'Meara’s round-up from far-flung reaches and Andrew Mueller’s wry take on the week’s news. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More in…
 
We hear from Suzanne Lynch in Washington, DC as US Republicans reject a probe on the Capitol riots. Our panellists Charles Hecker and Yossi Mekelberg discuss Hungary’s referendum on its anti-LGBT law, extreme weather and Cuban protests, and our regular feature ‘On This Day’ takes us to 1894 and the world’s first car race. From Milan: Salone highlig…
 
Arifa Akbar is the chief theatre critic at ‘The Guardian’. A journalist for over 20 years, she previously held the position of literary editor at ‘The Independent’ and worked as an arts and news correspondent. She speaks with Georgina Godwin about her new memoir ‘Consumed’ which is a personal exploration of her own grief after her sister died at th…
 
Venezuela’s president Nicolas Maduro was comfortably re-elected to office in 2018. Or was he? Allegations of a false result have led the UK government to formally recognise opposition leader Juan Guaido as the country’s official premier despite simultaneously continuing diplomatic relations with Maduro’s administration. Both are trying to access go…
 
We analyse the security implications of the Pegasus spyware scandal and examine exactly how the technology was deployed. Our correspondent in Bangkok discusses the recent anti-government protests and the country’s worsening coronavirus situation. Plus: the second part in our series on Lebanon’s multiple crises. From Milan: Salone highlights, interv…
 
Sophie Taeuber-Arp was an artist at the forefront of the 20th-century avant-garde. She was also a craftswoman, a graphic designer, a poet, an interior designer and a performer. Such a variation of disciplines has made it hard to define her as an artist. But does that mean she has been overlooked? Tate Modern has put on a major retrospective of Taeu…
 
Being on TV was never a goal for Jamila Norman, aka Farmer J. As the founder of Patchwork City Farms in Atlanta, she was looking to connect with the land and provide produce for her family and local residents. But now a decade later, she’s the star of 'Homegrown,' a brand new show from Joanna and Chip Gaines’ Magnolia Network. In each episode, Jami…
 
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