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Monocle 24’s unrivalled coverage of news and current affairs kicks off on weekdays with ‘The Globalist’ at 07.00 GMT/08.00 CET. Anchored from London and Zürich, join our editors for insight and opinion on the big current affairs and business stories of the day and a review of the European front pages. Nominated for Best Daily Podcast in the 2020 British Podcast Awards.
 
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.
 
Essential listening for anyone who cares about the printed word and developments in publishing. From independent publications, new forms of print media and graphic novels to little-known niche magazines, ‘The Stack’ is Monocle’s take on the world of print, focusing on everything from the glossiest fashion title to the grittiest local newspaper.
 
‘Konfekt’ is a sharp, elegant and well-turned-out magazine from the creators of Monocle. ‘Konfekt Korner’ is the podcast: listen now and discover why celebrating chic, understated glamour, seeking out lesser-known stories and opening closed doors has never been more important. Join ‘Konfekt’ editor Sophie Grove and style director Marcela Palek as they take their seats alongside Gillian Dobias every month. Like a really good dinner party, listeners can count on great conversation, insights, i ...
 
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The best of the past week on Moncle 24, including Monocle’s editorial director, Tyler Brûlé, talking to Estonian prime minister, Kaja Kallas. Plus: the editor of ‘The Sunday Times’, Emma Tucker, discusses the future of the media, and we discuss what this weekend’s federal elections in Germany could mean for the country. From Milan: Salone highlight…
 
France has recalled its ambassadors to the US and Australia as a response to the new AUKUS deal and Australia’s cancellation of a French submarine contract. But what do such gestures really mean? Do some countries just want to make a scene? How does a diplomatic spat actually work? Andrew Mueller speaks to Agnès Poirier, Quentin Peel and John Evera…
 
This week we feature ‘The Republic’, a renowned political and literary title from Nigeria. Plus: the new restaurant issue of ‘Bon Appétit’, and football correspondent Andrew Downie tells us about his book, ‘The Greatest Show on Earth: The Inside Story of the Legendary 1970 World Cup’.Monocle 24 による
 
Monocle’s Chris Cermak and Alexis Self discuss this weekend’s German federal election, the UK’s food shortages, the virtues (or lack thereof) in movie prequels and how to treat the old in society. Plus: the latest from our Quality of Life Conference in Athens.Monocle 24 による
 
Peter Ward and Michael Geer are the co-founders of Humanity, a platform aimed at helping people to slow their rate of ageing. With the help of some leading researchers on their science advisory board, they’ve created an app that allows users to closely monitor various biomarkers to make better decisions for a healthier life. They’ve recently launch…
 
Kätlin Lõbu, co-curator of Tactile Baltics, shares what’s in store at the exhibition that champions contemporary makers from the region. Eighteen designers from Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia have produced tableware, textiles, lighting and furniture, which will all be on display at the London Design Festival this year.…
 
Georgina Godwin speaks to German-American writer Deborah Feldman. Born into a strict Hasidic community in New York, Feldman longed for more and in 2012 she released her autobiography ‘Unorthodox: The Scandalous Rejection of My Hasidic Roots’. The best-selling story of how she left to find freedom and independence has inspired the hit Netflix drama …
 
We visit Dulwich Picture Gallery to learn about ‘Radical Beauty’, a new exhibition of woodcut prints by abstract artist Helen Frankenthaler. We also chat to Christian Jungen, artistic director of the Zürich Film Festival, and Rob West, the director of a new documentary about ‘Picture Post’ magazine.Monocle 24 による
 
We’re off to the fair! As Art Basel makes its much-anticipated return this week, we discuss the mood among fair-goers. Plus: we take a timely look at UBS and Art Basel’s jointly published, mid-year review, ‘Resilience in the Dealer Sector’, which was authored by renowned cultural economist Dr Clare McAndrew. The survey presents an analysis of the g…
 
The best of the past week on Moncle 24, including Monocle’s editorial director, Tyler Brûlé, talking to Estonian prime minister, Kaja Kallas. Plus: the editor of ‘The Sunday Times’, Emma Tucker, discusses the future of the media, and we discuss what this weekend’s federal elections in Germany could mean for the country.…
 
France has recalled its ambassadors to the US and Australia as a response to the new AUKUS deal and Australia’s cancellation of a French submarine contract. But what do such gestures really mean? Do some countries just want to make a scene? How does a diplomatic spat actually work? Andrew Mueller speaks to Agnès Poirier, Quentin Peel and John Evera…
 
France has recalled its ambassadors to the US and Australia as a response to the new AUKUS deal and Australia’s cancellation of a French submarine contract. But what do such gestures really mean? Do some countries just want to make a scene? How does a diplomatic spat actually work? Andrew Mueller speaks to Agnès Poirier, Quentin Peel and John Evera…
 
This week we feature ‘The Republic’, a renowned political and literary title from Nigeria. Plus: the new restaurant issue of ‘Bon Appétit’, and football correspondent Andrew Downie tells us about his book, ‘The Greatest Show on Earth: The Inside Story of the Legendary 1970 World Cup’. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running gu…
 
Monocle’s Chris Cermak and Alexis Self discuss this weekend’s German federal election, the UK’s food shortages, the virtues (or lack thereof) in movie prequels and how to treat the old in society. Plus: the latest from our Quality of Life Conference in Athens. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.…
 
Peter Ward and Michael Geer are the co-founders of Humanity, a platform aimed at helping people to slow their rate of ageing. With the help of some leading researchers on their science advisory board, they’ve created an app that allows users to closely monitor various biomarkers to make better decisions for a healthier life. They’ve recently launch…
 
Why are some of Donald Trump’s former associates in trouble over the riot at the US Capitol? Plus, the significance of Germany’s election beyond the country’s borders, an update from Monocle’s Quality of Life Conference in Athens and Andrew Mueller reflects on the week’s stranger news stories.Monocle 24 による
 
Why are some of Donald Trump’s former associates in trouble over the riot at the US Capitol? Plus, the significance of Germany’s election beyond the country’s borders, an update from Monocle’s Quality of Life Conference in Athens and Andrew Mueller reflects on the week’s stranger news stories. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily r…
 
Why has president Erdoğan sent more troops to Turkey’s border with Syria? Plus: Monocle’s news editor Christopher Cermak previews Germany’s federal election, the latest on a crucial vote on same-sex marriage in Switzerland and Monocle’s Quality of Life Conference begins in Athens.Monocle 24 による
 
Why has president Erdoğan sent more troops to Turkey’s border with Syria? Plus: Monocle’s news editor Christopher Cermak previews Germany’s federal election, the latest on a crucial vote on same-sex marriage in Switzerland and Monocle’s Quality of Life Conference begins in Athens. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide.…
 
We bring you a bundle of reports from the past few days, including the London Design Festival, Expo Prado in Montevideo, New York hosting world leaders and the Al Fay Park in Abu Dhabi. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.Monocle 24 による
 
Kätlin Lõbu, co-curator of Tactile Baltics, shares what’s in store at the exhibition that champions contemporary makers from the region. Eighteen designers from Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia have produced tableware, textiles, lighting and furniture, which will all be on display at the London Design Festival this year. From Milan: Salone highlights,…
 
Julie Norman and Stephen Dalziel discuss whether promises made in UN speeches are ever kept, what’s next for Russia’s opposition and why Liverpool thinks it doesn’t need Unesco World Heritage status. Plus, a first look at Monocle’s Quality of Life Conference in Athens and a letter from New York.Monocle 24 による
 
Julie Norman and Stephen Dalziel discuss whether promises made in UN speeches are ever kept, what’s next for Russia’s opposition and why Liverpool thinks it doesn’t need Unesco World Heritage status. Plus, a first look at Monocle’s Quality of Life Conference in Athens and a letter from New York. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily…
 
Georgina Godwin speaks to German-American writer Deborah Feldman. Born into a strict Hasidic community in New York, Feldman longed for more and in 2012 she released her autobiography ‘Unorthodox: The Scandalous Rejection of My Hasidic Roots’. The best-selling story of how she left to find freedom and independence has inspired the hit Netflix drama …
 
Are Australia and France interested in repairing their battered relationship? Plus: China commits to reducing its carbon footprint, Monocle’s editorial director Tyler Brûlé joins from our Quality of Life Conference in Athens and Fernando Augusto Pacheco delivers his weekly pop countdown.Monocle 24 による
 
Are Australia and France interested in repairing their battered relationship? Plus: China commits to reducing its carbon footprint, Monocle’s editorial director Tyler Brûlé joins from our Quality of Life Conference in Athens and Fernando Augusto Pacheco delivers his weekly pop countdown. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running…
 
We discuss the geopolitical headache facing Narendra Modi and ponder whether anyone can stop Viktor Orban as he seeks another term in office. Plus: global business news and the latest from Art Basel. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.Monocle 24 による
 
This week we celebrate the release of ‘The Monocle Book of Entrepreneurs’, a guide to starting and running your own business. Daniel Bach speaks to editors Joe Pickard and Chiara Rimella about what makes a great business book and how they approached putting together Monocle’s latest title. Plus: editor in chief Andrew Tuck discusses the importance …
 
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