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  • On Design 67: Michael Bierut: 'Fear of Color', Section D - Radio 16 Nov '17, 5pm

    We examine how product and package design evolves free from exposure to the outside world with Nicholas Bonner’s new book, ‘Made in North Korea’. Plus: ditching the digital with Polaroid’s new instant camera and how Kohl…

  • Good on paper - Issue 109 - Magazine 17 Nov '17, 6pm

    On a typically sunny Monday morning in autumn the main meeting room at the offices of Internazionale magazine is bursting at the seams. Some 30 journalists, many of them standing, gather at a large round table that is covered in an explosion of the best of the national and internation...

  • News editor, London - Jobs 15 Nov '17, 12pm

    We are looking for a news editor to join our team in London. You’ll be working across the affairs pages of ‘Monocle’ magazine, contributing to and running our daily news email, The Monocle Minute, and feeding into the news agenda on Monocle 24 – someone with a good voice for radio wou...

  • Trouble in the House of Saud, The Foreign Desk 201 - Radio 11 Nov '17, 12pm

    After an abrupt and significant week in Saudi Arabia, from shock resignations to missile interceptions, Christopher Lord looks at the state of the House of Saud and the reasons behind its recent change of strategy. Also in the studio: Ahmed Al Omran, Jane Kinninmont and Mohammed Khali...

  • Peter Wohlleben, Meet the Writers 101 - Radio 11 Nov '17, 3pm

    The German forester tells us about his bestselling book ‘The Hidden Life of Trees’, which includes revelations on how they suckle their young, communicate with each other through the ‘wood-wide web’ and have personalities. And now there’s his follow-up, which looks at how animals grie...

  • Cryptocurrencies: beneath the bubble, The Bulletin with UBS 162 - Radio 12 Nov '17, 4pm

    A new UBS report explains a decade of soaring popularity of these digital platforms as a bubble, and discusses why they can never go mainstream. Our experts will explain some of the anarchic behaviour that surrounds the space and we’ll also look beneath the bubble at the underlying te...

  • Cultural capital, The Stack 272 - Radio 11 Nov '17, 10am

    The editors of legacy newspapers’ arts sections can be a gloomy bunch: on top of their sensitive dispositions, sadly they’re often the first casualties when management wields the axe. This week: a conversation with an arts-desk chief who’s a heartening exception to that rule. Plus: a ...

  • Rié, The Sessions at Midori House 140 - Radio | 04 Nov '17, 8am

    Japanese singer and artist Rié tells us about straddling a pop career between Japan and the UK and sings tracks from her new EP ‘Levels’.

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