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Robert Bound

Robert Bound presents Culture each week, showcasing the best in art, music, film, books and media as well playing host to the Midori House Sessions – the home of live music on Monocle 24, he also hosts live shows through the week, ending up on Sunday's Monocle Weekly, he has been the culture editor of Monocle since its launch and previously worked in television production and development for ITV and Channel 4.


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Catching up
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Monocle 24: The Urbanist
We speak to Lisa Helps, the mayor of Victoria, about her ambitious transport agenda and Clarkston’s mayor Ted Terry about refugees. Plus: can The Tide, a project by the studio behind New York’s High Line, change London?
Tall Stories 165: The Kiwi bach
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Monocle 24: The Urbanist
The bach plays a leading role in New Zealanders’ summer holidays. Monocle 24’s David Stevens takes us to his family’s bach on Waikanae Beach to assess why this classic Kiwi dream might be starting to fade.
Wellbeing and cities
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Monocle 24: The Urbanist
We discuss wellbeing in our urban environments. Reporting from the inaugural Wellbeing Cities Forum in Montréal, we examine how to live well in a city and dissect the social, economic and cultural aspects of urban life.
Tall Stories 164: Stonewall’s legacy
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Monocle 24: The Urbanist
Stonewall is the most influential event in US gay-rights history; in 2016 Barack Obama made the site of the uprising a national monument. But many places critical to LGBT history are under-documented and overlooked.
Lessons from the Quality of Life Conference
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Monocle 24: The Urbanist
Now that Monocle’s fifth annual Quality of Life conference has wrapped up in Madrid, we look back at some of the wisdom we took home with us and ponder how we can use these lessons to effect change in our own urban environments. 
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