This week: actress and activist Jane Fonda; the new leader of the Green Party of Canada, Annamie Paul; and the editor of ‘Point.51’, Rob Pinney.
Singer, model and former first lady of France Carla Bruni warns of the affect of coronavirus on live music. Plus: political commentator Charles Sykes sits down for a Big Interview, and the author and illustrator Lauren Child explores the importance of kindness in her latest book, ‘The Goody’.
We talk to veteran Fox News anchor Chris Wallace. Plus: director Miranda July discusses her new film, ‘Kajillionaire’, and we look back at the life of Japanese fashion designer Kenzo Takada.
Highlights from the past week on Monocle 24 including: Booker prize-nominated author Brandon Taylor; Mexican chef Santiago Lastra; and journalist Razia Iqbal recalling one of the last interviews Ruth Bader Ginsburg gave before her death.
All the best bits from the past seven days on Monocle 24 carefully curated into a 60-minute show. This week: Clarissa Ward, CNN’s chief international correspondent on her new memoir; Kostas Bakoyannis, mayor of Athens, discusses the opportunities the city has to offer; and top chef Niklas Ekstedt, shares one of his favourite Swedish recipes.
The best of the past week, including: Swiss artist and fashion photographer Michel Comte; renowned publisher Carlo De Benedetti; and author and entrepreneur Vanessa Branson.
British architect Norman Foster on why he has hope for the future of our cities, UK Labour MP Jess Phillips talks about telling truth to power and Brazilian musician Marcos Valle discusses his new album.
All the best bits from the past seven days on Monocle 24, including Anthony Kennedy, alderman for the 10th district of Kenosha, Wisconsin; top chef and restaurant owner Jun Tanaka and Alan Mahon, founder of the Scottish craft beer company Brewgooder.
The best of the week on Monocle 24, compiled into one show.
All the best bits from the past seven days on Monocle 24 presented by Markus Hippi. This week: philosopher Anthony Grayling on his new book ‘The Good State’; British film-maker Claire Oakley discusses her latest film ‘Make Up’; and UK chef Nicholas Balfe shares a favourite recipe.
This week we talk to the former prime minister of Australia, Kevin Rudd, and hear from the president of Sinn Féin, Mary Lou McDonald. Plus: Dr Michell Chresfield asks whether Biden and Harris make a winning pair.
The pick of the past seven days on Monocle 24, including violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter, Indigenous Canadian architect Douglas Cardinal and the film-maker Eli B Despres, who discusses his new documentary, ‘The Fight’.
All the best bits from the past seven days squeezed into 60 minutes. This week we meet the writer, poet and reporter Annie Zaidi; hear how the Tate is back in business; and chef José Pizarro shares a favourite recipe.
This week’s highlights include a word with Enric Pastor, editor-in-chief of ‘AD Spain’, and architect Hannah Lewi on her new book ‘Australia Modern’. Plus, we meet Richard Lee Massey, the creator of Apt, a new platform that will help groups of friends to dine in a safe and intimate setting.
Highlights from the past week on Monocle 24. We speak to bestselling author, former Apple designer and co-founder of the Stanford University Life Design Lab, Dave Evans, and meet the creators of the documentary ‘The Booksellers’. Plus: UK singer Arlo Parks performs live.
All the best bits from the past seven days on Monocle 24 carefully curated into 60 minutes. This week: a ‘Never Trump’ Republican, Linda Chavez; chairman and creative director of The Alpina Gstaad, Nachson Mimran; and a favourite recipe from Ravinder Bhogal, founder of Jikoni restaurant in London.
Fernando Augusto Pacheco presents a selection of highlights from the past week on Monocle 24, including: former UK foreign secretary Malcolm Rifkind, US writer Brit Bennett and the mayor of Tampa, Jane Castor, a former police chief.
Markus Hippi presents a selection of highlights from the past week on Monocle 24, including Tracey Meares, founding director of the Justice Collaboratory at Yale Law School; LGBTQ-rights campaigner and Oscar winner Dustin Lance Black; and Wizz Air CEO József Váradi.
Highlights from the past week on Monocle 24 including: Sharmaine Lovegrove, publisher of Dialogue Books; former lead singer of Moloko, Róisín Murphy; and US economist and author Robert Reich.
A closer look at the US protests and the attacks on journalists. Plus: we head to New Zealand’s east coast for a Tall Story, and bestselling food writer John Gregory-Smith shares a recipe inspired by Lebanon.