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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.
 
Tyler Brûlé talks to inspirational chief executives and chief operating officers from the world’s biggest players in finance, retail, healthcare, aviation and more in a special season of Monocle 24’s flagship, long-form interview programme. Do you want to know how the finest global businesses are successfully navigating a course through the pandemic? Then join Monocle’s editor-in-chief and a stellar cast of c-suite leaders for practical advice on steering a business through unprecedented vol ...
 
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.
 
The UNLIMITED* project aims to challenge received wisdom regarding the nature of wealth and to question conventional notions of luxury, ownership and legacy. As a magazine that exists predominantly in print during a supposedly digital age, being counter-intuitive and reassessing prevailing opinions is part of Monocle’s DNA. UNLIMITED* is therefore the perfect forum for all of us and UBS to explore new ways of understanding global trends and to redefine the debate surrounding the place of wea ...
 
It's time to take stock and tune in to a special series that seeks answers to some of the toughest questions confronting the world. Whether it's changing demographics and ageing populations, to the trials posed by climate change or mass migration, hear bright analysis and fresh insight from an expert global panel. Listen to Monocle's editors and special guests discuss everything from urbanisation and education, to commerce and technology. The World Ahead is brought to you with Allianz.
 
A new series from Monocle 24 chronicling and celebrating all that was good about commercial-airline travel in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. We’ll hear about technological developments and engineering innovators, meet the fearless individuals in boardrooms and cockpits who defined a new era of travel, learn about the storied brands that embodied the essence of the golden age and talk with the marketers that sold the world a dream.
 
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Two of the authors of a new report from the Chief Investment Office of UBS Global Wealth Management explain how private markets fit into a liquidity, longevity, legacy approach to investment and discuss how a lower-return environment is driving investor appetites for alternative instruments. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily run…
 
Afonso Cruz has written more than 30 books, plays, young-adult novellas, essays and novels, including ‘Kokoschka’s Doll’, which won the EU Prize for Literature. His subsequent books have also found success: ‘Jesus Christ Drank Beer’ was Time Out Lisbon’s best Portuguese novel of the year; ‘Where do Umbrellas End Up’ won the 2014 Portuguese Society …
 
Afonso Cruz has written more than 30 books, plays, young-adult novellas, essays and novels, including ‘Kokoschka’s Doll’, which won the EU Prize for Literature. His subsequent books have also found success: ‘Jesus Christ Drank Beer’ was Time Out Lisbon’s best Portuguese novel of the year; ‘Where do Umbrellas End Up’ won the 2014 Portuguese Society …
 
Colombia’s president Iván Duque Márquez has announced that the country will grant nearly one million undocumented Venezuelan migrants the right to stay for 10 years, arguably a surprising move by a conservative government. Might other governments take notice of this compassionate and pragmatic pitch? In a world rebuilding itself, could a more enlig…
 
Colombia’s president Iván Duque Márquez has announced that the country will grant nearly one million undocumented Venezuelan migrants the right to stay for 10 years, arguably a surprising move by a conservative government. Might other governments take notice of this compassionate and pragmatic pitch? In a world rebuilding itself, could a more enlig…
 
Colombia’s president Iván Duque Márquez has announced that the country will grant nearly one million undocumented Venezuelan migrants the right to stay for 10 years, arguably a surprising move by a conservative government. Might other governments take notice of this compassionate and pragmatic pitch? In a world rebuilding itself, could a more enlig…
 
Vivien and Howard Wong co-founded mochi ice-cream brand Little Moons in 2010 after leaving careers in finance. The brother-and-sister team grew up watching their parents run a family bakery, and loved to eat the traditional Japanese mochis. They began by selling directly to London restaurants and are now stocked by Whole Foods, Selfridges and Amazo…
 
Vivien and Howard Wong co-founded mochi ice-cream brand Little Moons in 2010 after leaving careers in finance. The brother-and-sister team grew up watching their parents run a family bakery, and loved to eat the traditional Japanese mochis. They began by selling directly to London restaurants and are now stocked by Whole Foods, Selfridges and Amazo…
 
Welcome to Konfekt Korner, a new podcast brought to you by the ‘Konfekt’ magazine team, hosted between London and Zürich. In this first episode, Sophie Grove, Gillian Dobias and Marcela Palek are joined by fashion designers Paula Gerbase and Kazu Huggler; Norwegian artist Sissel Tolaas tells us why you should consider scent when throwing a dinner p…
 
Bonnie Kemske is an artist, writer and former editor of ‘Ceramic Review’. Born in Okinawa but raised in the US, she studied the Zen Buddhist artform of Chanoyu in Japan before undertaking a PhD at the Royal College of Art, becoming a ceramicist and researcher. She speaks to Georgina Godwin about her latest book, ‘Kintsugi: The Poetic Mend’, which e…
 
Bonnie Kemske is an artist, writer and former editor of ‘Ceramic Review’. Born in Okinawa but raised in the US, she studied the Zen Buddhist artform of Chanoyu in Japan before undertaking a PhD at the Royal College of Art, becoming a ceramicist and researcher. She speaks to Georgina Godwin about her latest book, ‘Kintsugi: The Poetic Mend’, which e…
 
As she releases her debut album, ‘Collapsed in Sunbeams’ the London-based singer, songwriter and poet Arlo Parks reflects on how she defines her sound. She tells us about the music and poetry she was brought up on, why certain instruments speak to her and the effect that the spoken word has on her music. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews an…
 
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