Peter Day discusses the potential impact of the world's biggest trade deal.
Peter Day explores the future of money and digital currencies.
Peter Day meets the vloggers who start making home videos and end up courted by big brands
Peter Day explains the trend of frugal innovation and the benefit it could bring to us all
Peter Day explains how random kindness can make all the difference to how we work and live
Peter Day examines the business of running some of the country's most famous cathedrals.
Peter Day talks to some British-based experts trying to make flying nicer for us all.
Peter Day investigates government-run sovereign wealth funds.
Peter Day asks companies how they cope with economic sanctions imposed by governments.
Peter Day meets the local entrepreneurs of the new Myanmar.
Peter Day travels to Myanmar to find out how the country is trying to emerge from its past
Peter Day asks Scottish business leaders to assess the mood ahead of the referendum.
The internet lets us remember everything forever. Peter Day asks if this a good thing.
Cremona in northern Italy is a centre of violin making, but can the old industry survive?
Peter Day asks if technology companies can transform healthcare and the way we live.
Peter Day travels to Silicon Valley to ask whether its enormous success can go on and on.
Peter Day explains how the influence of Formula 1 expertise is reaching everyday lives.
Peter Day meets business people inspired and influenced by highbrow philosophers.
Peter Day investigates the modern-day packaging which wraps up the products we all buy.
Peter Day looks at current retail pricing strategies, from market stalls to luxury brands.
Sharing your neighbour's car, tools and clothes. Peter Day reports on the sharing economy.
What are businesses doing to reinvent the battery?
Peter Day reports on how South Korea is trying to make a 'creative economy'.
Can books survive, and if so, how? Peter Day looks for the answer at the London Book Fair.
Peter Day visits family-run businesses in the Italian Veneto.
Peter Day reports from Sheffield on how manufacturing is evolving in globalising world.
Peter Day travels to Cork to find out what life is really like after the EU bailout.
Peter Day visits Malvern to find out why it is a hub in the fight against cyber crime.
Peter Day asks how serious UK manufacturing is for the British fashion industry.
How can musicians make money in an industry that has changed so much in the past decade?