Hear our take on the news and enjoy sharp reporting on the big stories every weekday. Tune in as our guest panel reviews the day’s events in Europe, follows developing stories in the Americas and welcomes early risers in Asia and Australasia. Plus: reports and analysis from Monocle’s correspondents and bureaux around the world.
Thursday 29 July
Our bureau chief James Chambers explains Hong Kong’s census, before panellists Daniella Peled and Lance Price discuss UK coronavirus cases, apparent war crimes in Gaza, London’s potential holocaust memorial and New Zealand (is it the best place to go if society collapses?). Plus: our series on the Olympics continues.
Wednesday 28 July
The latest on the 6 January committee hearing with Suzanne Lynch in Washington, DC. Our panel, Natalia Sobrevilla Perea and Stephen Dalziel, discuss UK travel rules, Peru’s Pedro Castillo and US-Russia talks in Geneva. Plus: our Olympics series continues.
Monday 26 July
We are live in Tunis with Layli Foroudi to get the latest on the country’s political crisis, and Isabel Hilton and Michael Binyon discuss the US-China Tianjin meeting, Afghanistan and climate change goals. Plus: our Olympics series continues with a look at Rio 2016.
Friday 23 July
Monocle’s Olympics correspondent Kieran Pender reports from the Tokyo 2020 opening ceremony, with analysis from our panel in the studio too. Plus: we examine US Republicans and Jair Bolsonaro’s vaccine tactics in Brazil and CNN’s move into streaming.
Thursday 22 July
We hear from Suzanne Lynch in Washington, DC as US Republicans reject a probe on the Capitol riots. Our panellists Charles Hecker and Yossi Mekelberg discuss Hungary’s referendum on its anti-LGBT law, extreme weather and Cuban protests, and our regular feature ‘On This Day’ takes us to 1894 and the world’s first car race.
Wednesday 21 July
Robin Lustig and Mary Dejevsky on France-UK border crossings, the Tokyo Games and Liverpool losing World Heritage status. Plus: a Nord Stream 2 update with Elisabeth Braw and Marie Le Conte on her new book ‘Honourable Misfits’.