Want to hear from the authors, artists, creative thinkers and business leaders shaping your world? The Monocle Weekly presents just that on our longest-running radio programme.
‘The Monocle Weekly’ catches up with writer and critic Lauren Oyler, to learn more about her remarkable debut novel ‘Fake Accounts’, which explores the mendacity and compulsion woven into social media.
In this exclusive interview, Monocle’s Augustin Macellari meets Richard Mosse, whose unique view on documentary photography has shone a fresh light on some of the world’s forgotten conflicts and offered audiences insight into the struggle of refugees seeking safety in Europe. From his studio in New York, he discusses his practice and tells us more about his new project in the Amazon.
Legendary underground cartoonist Peter Bagge joins Monocle 24 to reflect on a career in comics as his seminal series ‘Hate’ is republished as a complete collection.
We meet Lisa Rovner, the director behind a new documentary ‘Sisters with Transistors’, which shines a light on the pioneering women who helped to shape early electronic music.
Natalie Erika James
We meet Natalie Erika James, director of ‘Relic’, to learn more about ageing, loss and the very personal inspiration for her chilling debut.
Monocle’s Augustin Macellari talks to songwriter Richard Dawson to learn more about the way his prophetic ‘2020’ album changed in light of the year’s tumult.
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Inane dross by the privileged few
I've purchased Monocle magazine from the initial issue but over the years the increasingly arrogant tone has left me .....underdone and well bored. With the launch of Monocle 24, the cocksureness of the Canadian editor-in-chief in his ill fitting J Crew suit and George Michael 1994 stubble has compounded the problem. Escape the ill timed and inappropriate advertisements and advertorials, The World Service or the Economist this is NOT. Get serious and skip this dross.
Cool Global Affairs Banter & Music
The latest baby from Tyler Brulé, creator of Wallpaper* Magazine. This podcast is from contributors to his latest magazine, Monocle, which is similar to Wallpaper* but with elements of say The Economist but way cooler. The summer series features great live music