A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week: the rise of e-money, ten years after Spain’s indignados protests (10:03) and “the brothers Karamazov” on stage (17:36).
A roundup of the weekend’s newspapers, Monocle editor in chief Andrew Tuck’s column and Henry Mance tells us what people can do for animals. Georgina Godwin sets the tone for the weekend.
Georgina Godwin sets the tone for the weekend: a look at the day’s fresh papers, Monocle’s editor in chief Andrew Tuck’s column, plus the Women’s Prize for Fiction 2021 shortlist.
Stefanie Bolzen of ‘Die Welt’ on Germany’s federal elections; Lance Price on the papers; Andrew Mueller’s weekly news roundup; and the London Library celebrates a big birthday.
We discuss the UN’s report into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic and hear about a new comprehensive agreement signed between Beijing and Tehran.
Plus: we head to Iceland as the countdown to Eurovision begins.
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week: science after the pandemic, Rwanda: paragon or prison? (9:10) And Herbie goes electric (33:55)