Andrew Tuck is the founding editor of the leading current affairs, business and design magazine Monocle that has championed the urbanism agenda since its launch in 2007. Headquartered in London the magazine also launched a 24-hour radio station, Monocle 24, in 2011 on which Tuck is an anchor and the host of The Urbanist, the only commercial radio show in the world about urbanism. Hosted each week out of London, the programme has produced shows covering Detroit, how to run a city hall, gentrification, Olympic city legacies and green space and has interviewed the world’s leading urban thinkers and mayors. Tuck is also an editor of ‘The Monocle Guide to Better Living’, a new book with a focus on how to create liveable cities that will be published by Gestalten in August. Prior to joining Monocle, Tuck was the executive editor of the Independent on Sunday newspaper in the UK and also ran their Sunday and Saturday magazines.