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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.
 
‘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 ...
 
The Pioneers is a brand new series that tells the stories of people improving the planet. You’ll hear how Rolex supports these innovators with whom they share a passion for safeguarding the earth for future generations. Gain precious insight into the fresh thinking that is disrupting received wisdom for the better; and learn how fearless action continues to be the crucial driver of change.
 
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Eliza Flanagan and Mary McLeod are co-founders of Kankan, a soap and personal-care brand they launched in 2019 to promote the circular economy. Their soaps and body wash come in aluminum cans, a great way to curb the use of single use plastic soap bottles. McLeod previously worked in retail buying, including for the department store House of Fraser…
 
As violence escalates in Israel, what role can the US play? Chileans head to the polls to vote in regional elections that will be crucial to create a path for a new constitution. Then, we hear how New Zealand plans to reconnect with the world and we wrap up our series on vaccine hesitancy. Plus: Andrew Mueller’s What We Learned.…
 
George Floyd: One Year On is a series of events curated by Lemn Sissay as part of this year’s Hay Festival. Georgina Godwin explores the series with Sissay and two of the speakers taking part, author Maaza Mengiste and political commentator and activist Ash Sarkar. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.…
 
Monocle’s Dr Chris Smith has the latest on concerns about the spread of India’s coronavirus variant. Plus: former White House advisor Linda Chavez on Liz Cheney’s ousting from the GOP, the day’s business headlines and Fernando Augusto Pacheco explores Kyrgyzstan’s pop charts. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More…
 
Alexis Self speaks to writer Francisco Garcia about his debut book, ‘If You Were There’, which deals with the missing persons crisis in the UK. Garcia spoke to private investigators, charity workers and the family and friends of missing people in order to find out the root causes of the problem, and to try to better understand why his own father ha…
 
Alexis Self speaks to writer Francisco Garcia about his debut book, ‘If You Were There’, which deals with the missing persons crisis in the UK. Garcia spoke to private investigators, charity workers and the family and friends of missing people in order to find out the root causes of the problem, and to try to better understand why his own father ha…
 
As violence escalates in Israel/Palestine, we speak to Alisson Kaplan Sommer of ‘Haaretz’ in Tel Aviv. Then, with candidates jostling for a potential run at the French presidency, we analyse comments made by Michel Barnier about immigration from non-EU countries. And will the hacking of the Colonial Pipeline in the US cause states and corporations …
 
As violence escalates in Israel/Palestine, we speak to Alisson Kaplan Sommer of ‘Haaretz’ in Tel Aviv. Then, with candidates jostling for a potential run at the French presidency, we analyse comments made by Michel Barnier about immigration from non-EU countries. And will the hacking of the Colonial Pipeline in the US cause states and corporations …
 
As violence escalates in Israel/Palestine, we speak to Alisson Kaplan Sommer of ‘Haaretz’ in Tel Aviv. Then, with candidates jostling for a potential run at the French presidency, we analyse comments made by Michel Barnier about immigration from non-EU countries. And will the hacking of the Colonial Pipeline in the US cause states and corporations …
 
Patagonia has been known for decades as a leader in climate activism. This week, we catch up with Beth Thoren, the outerwear brand’s environmental action director, to hear about the initiatives she is spearheading in Europe. Plus: Monocle’s Josh Fehnert speaks with Irish entrepreneur Jonathan Legge to hear about &Open, the company that has reimagin…
 
Inflammatory claims in an open letter penned by several hundred members of the French military are causing a stir in France. The letter warns of the risk of civil war and targets radical Islam and national immigration policies – issues likely to loom large in next year’s presidential election. Andrew Mueller explains why the controversial letter ma…
 
Inflammatory claims in an open letter penned by several hundred members of the French military are causing a stir in France. The letter warns of the risk of civil war and targets radical Islam and national immigration policies – issues likely to loom large in next year’s presidential election. Andrew Mueller explains why the controversial letter ma…
 
Inflammatory claims in an open letter penned by several hundred members of the French military are causing a stir in France. The letter warns of the risk of civil war and targets radical Islam and national immigration policies – issues likely to loom large in next year’s presidential election. Andrew Mueller explains why the controversial letter ma…
 
As Japanese prime minister Yoshihide Suga announces his attendance at a major security summit in Singapore, we look at defence alliances in the Indo-Pacific. Plus: why universal basic income leads to success at the ballots, the third part of our series on vaccine hesitancy and why Switzerland’s decision to switch off analogue broadcasting is facing…
 
As Japanese prime minister Yoshihide Suga announces his attendance at a major security summit in Singapore, we look at defence alliances in the Indo-Pacific. Plus: why universal basic income leads to success at the ballots, the third part of our series on vaccine hesitancy and why Switzerland’s decision to switch off analogue broadcasting is facing…
 
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