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  1. Korea Change: The End of the South Korea Model?

    Peter Day reports on how South Korea is trying to make a 'creative economy'.

    First broadcast: 24 Apr 2014

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  2. Has the book a future?

    Can books survive, and if so, how? Peter Day looks for the answer at the London Book Fair.

    First broadcast: 17 Apr 2014

  3. The Veneto

    Peter Day visits family-run businesses in the Italian Veneto.

    First broadcast: 10 Apr 2014

  4. The New Manufacturing

    Peter Day reports from Sheffield on how manufacturing is evolving in globalising world.

    First broadcast: 03 Apr 2014

  5. 23/01/2014

    Peter Day travels to Cork to find out what life is really like after the EU bailout.

    First broadcast: 23 Jan 2014

  6. Cyber Town Malvern

    Peter Day visits Malvern to find out why it is a hub in the fight against cyber crime.

    First broadcast: 16 Jan 2014

  7. Stitch in Time

    Peter Day asks how serious UK manufacturing is for the British fashion industry.

    First broadcast: 09 Jan 2014

  8. The Music Industry

    How can musicians make money in an industry that has changed so much in the past decade?

    First broadcast: 02 Jan 2014

  9. Kenya's Mobile Money Revolution

    Peter Day traces the story of how mobile phones kick-started Kenya's tech economy.

    First broadcast: 26 Dec 2013

  10. Curtain Up

    Peter Day goes behind the scenes at the pantomime to find out why it matters financially.

    First broadcast: 19 Dec 2013

  11. Workload

    Peter Day talks to people with disabilities and asks how equal their opportunities are.

    First broadcast: 12 Dec 2013

  12. Longevity War Game

    Peter Day discovers if a war game can help bridge the gap of healthy living in Newcastle.

    First broadcast: 05 Dec 2013

  13. Mao and Silicon

    Peter Day explores two very contrasting enclaves in China.

    First broadcast: 28 Nov 2013

  14. China's Economic Crossroads

    Peter Day travels to China to ask why so many graduates are having difficulty finding jobs

    First broadcast: 26 Sep 2013

  15. Survivors' Stories

    Peter Day talks to business survivors from the 25 years he has presented this programme.

    First broadcast: 19 Sep 2013

  16. The Internet of Things

    Peter Day looks at a future when cows and cars will be connected to the internet.

    First broadcast: 12 Sep 2013

  17. Civilian Drones

    Peter Day investigates the business use of what some call, with a shiver, drones.

    First broadcast: 05 Sep 2013

  18. Kit of Life

    Peter Day reports on an entrepreneur using ideas from soft drinks to distribute medicine.

    First broadcast: 29 Aug 2013

  19. Design Thinking

    Peter Day finds out how designers are moving out of the lab and into the real world.

    First broadcast: 22 Aug 2013

  20. Regenerating Margate

    Peter Day ask if Margate's Turner Contemporary Gallery will rejuvenate the town.

    First broadcast: 15 Aug 2013

  21. Gene Patenting

    Peter Day asks whether gene patenting is a good or bad thing for medical innovation.

    First broadcast: 08 Aug 2013

  22. North Sea Oil

    Peter Day reports from Aberdeen on the UK's North Sea oil industry.

    First broadcast: 01 Aug 2013

  23. Vorsprung durch Technik or Universitat?

    Peter Day examines innovation in Germany and asks why it lacks world class universities.

    First broadcast: 23 May 2013

  24. New Dimensions

    Peter Day hears from the pioneers of the rapidly-advancing world of digital manufacturing.

    First broadcast: 16 May 2013

  25. Battle of the Business Schools

    Peter Day goes to Boston to examine the battle between Harvard and MIT business schools.

    First broadcast: 12 May 2013

  26. Job Search

    Peter Day and a panel of experts help unemployed young people with their job search.

    First broadcast: 02 May 2013

  27. Potash of Gold

    Peter Day reports on plans to mine valuable potash in North Yorkshire.

    First broadcast: 25 Apr 2013

  28. Indian Identity

    India is giving its entire population of 1.2 billion people their own digital identity.

    First broadcast: 18 Apr 2013

  29. The Sick Note

    Peter Day examines new plans to get people who are off sick back to work more quickly.

    First broadcast: 11 Apr 2013

  30. Productivity Puzzle

    Peter Day explains the UK economy's productivity puzzle and why it matters.

    First broadcast: 04 Apr 2013

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