Our guests Isabel Hilton and Ivor Gaber discuss Nicolas Maduro’s win in Venezuela. Plus we preview of the upcoming presidential election in Mexico, discuss the Italian coalition and why it’s becoming so expensive to get married in Hong Kong.
This week we hear the story of one of London’s Victorian wonders: Alexandra Palace. It has long served as a centre for entertainment in north London, despite its tumultuous past.
Robert Bound heads down to the Tate Modern for its new show ‘Shape of Light: 100 Years of Photography and Abstract Art’, where he meets curator Simon Baker and artist Barbara Kasten. Back in the studio he’s joined by Kathlene Fox-Davies and Francesca Gavin to discuss the show and photography as an art form.
A pacy round-up of the day’s main news stories, anchored from London by a Monocle editor. The show features informed reporting, prescient business analysis and invaluable industry reports covering everything from technology to aviation and retail to media.
After last week’s bloodshed in Gaza, how Israelis and Palestinians can find a better way. Also, the unexpected environmental consequences of peace in Colombia, and the human fascination with the sound of silence. Rob Gifford hosts
We ask whether a breakthrough in Italy’s search for a coalition government could become a nightmare for the EU. Plus: standing up to guns in advertising with a carrot and a hairdryer, Anthony Scaramucci’s terrible TV project and Netflix’s dilemma: to dub or not to dub?
Composer Paul Schütze and husband Chris Rickwood set out to launch a perfume house four years ago, Paul Schütze Perfume. Their five fragrances are inspired by memory and architecture, and packaged in the Cotswolds.