Emma Nelson covers the weekend’s biggest and most interesting news stories with Rob Cox, Simon Brooke, Christof Münger and Christoph Amend from ‘Zeit Magazin’. Plus: Olympic updates from Monocle’s Tokyo bureau chief, Fiona Wilson.
Emma Nelson covers the weekend’s biggest and most interesting news stories with Latika Bourke, Charles Hecker, Eemeli Isoaho, Matt Wolf and Monocle’s Europe editor at large Ed Stocker.
Tyler Brûlé dissects the weekend’s biggest and most interesting news stories with panellists Chandra Kurt and Florian Egli, and our friends and contributors in the UK, Japan and Germany.
Monocle’s Emma Nelson, Latika Bourke and Rob Cox cover the weekend’s biggest news. Also in the programme: a check-in with our correspondent in the Balkans and what’s on the pages of Austria’s ‘Profil’ magazine.
Emma Nelson covers the weekend’s biggest talking points with panelists Simon Brooke, Terry Stiastny and Benno Zogg. Plus, we check in with Monocle’s editorial director Tyler Brûlé and our Tokyo bureau chief, Fiona Wilson.
Tyler Brûlé covers the weekend’s biggest discussion topics with panelists Chandra Kurt and Benno Zogg, and check-ins from our friends and contributors in London, Copenhagen and Hong Kong.
The biggest stories of the weekend dissected by Monocle’s editorial director Tyler Brûlé and guests, with check-ins by our friends and contributors in London, Berlin and Tokyo.
Tyler Brûlé and guests on the weekend’s biggest stories, including check-ins with friends and contributors in London and Ljubljana.
The historic Lyndhurst Mansion, designed by architect Alexander Jackson Davis, is a prime example of the Gothic Revival style, located on 67 beautifully-landscaped acres in New York’s Hudson Valley. “Sunday Morning” host Jane Pauley offers viewers a tour.
Lyndhurst, also known as the Jay Gould estate, is a Gothic Revival country house that sits in its own 67-acre park beside the Hudson River in Tarrytown, New York, about a half mile south of the Tappan Zee Bridge on US 9. The house was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1966.
Tyler Brûlé, Andrew Tuck, Benno Zogg and Gillian Dobias on the weekend’s biggest discussion topics. Plus: a Eurovision debrief from Monocle 24’s Fernando Augusto Pacheco.