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Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

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Customer Reviews

Monocle Podcast

I'm an avid reader of Monocle and was pleasantly surprised to find this new podcast. Nice. A smart insightful conversation of editors and decision-makers on a variety of current event and cultural topics. I just wish the conversation had continued. I would have enjoyed a second half hour during my daily reservoir walk. I'm already looking towards next week's offering.

An excellent podcast and an excellent start

Listening to the first episode of this new series from Monocle magazine has been an insightful half an hour. The first episode not only covers the upcoming trends in various fields of arts, but it also contatined substantial amount of political coverage, to bit of my surprise. As a frequent reader of the magazine (not a subscriber yet though, sorry), I am happy see that Monocle is broadening its reporting on variety of issues using different mediums of communication.

Want What You Get; Get What You Want

I think the fundamental of any chat, whether it be with one's friend or strictly as an outsider for a podcast, is two-fold: content, and delivery. Whether you had previously heard of Monocle Magazine or not (I had not) you cannot discount the wide spectrum of intriguing content delivered by The Monocle Weekly. From there, the players, led by Tyler Brule, are articulate, witty, involved, and fast-paced. One gets the sense that if one had a manner through which to add one's thoughts in the conversation, the gang would listen with welcome ears. A great subscription. 'Very pleased to have found this. Oh, and I really dig the music in between subjects!