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Evan Davis and his panel discuss why businesses tend to cluster and the future of TV.
Evan Davis presents the business magazine.
Evan Davis and guests discuss those silly bits of paper and metal we call money.
Evan Davis is joined by a panel of top business guests to discuss technology.
Evan Davis presents a special edition of the programme from the University of Derby.
Stephanie Flanders asks her panel of business guests about the fine art of salesmanship.
Evan Davis asks guests about discipline at work and the mysteries of profit margins.
Evan Davis and his guests discuss managing the expectations of customers and shareholders.
Evan Davis asks business leaders about their contact with their employees.
Evan Davis asks his guests about their personal style of management.
Guest presenter Stephanie Flanders discusses the future of the airline industry.
Evan Davis asks his guests if businesses can manage succession any better than politicians
Evan Davis and guests consider whether we have entered a new era of austerity.
Evan Davis and his guests discuss how businesses can survive a recession.
Evan Davis asks his guests what they fear more, inflation or deflation.
Evan Davis talks to the bosses of confectionery giant Cadbury and insurance group Aviva.
Evan Davis and guests discuss the advertising industry.
Evan Davis challenges his guests on the art - and the complications - of pricing.
Evan Davis presents the business magazine and debates the merits of hedge funds.
Evan Davis is joined by Clara Gaymard, Ayman Asfari and Tony Mascolo.
Evan Davis and his business guests talk about government intervention.
Evan Davis and guests discuss whether air travel can be improved in these tough times.
Evan Davis discusses shop displays and the challenges of doing business in Europe.
Evan Davis talks with entrepreneurs and business leaders about the issues that matter.
Evan Davis and guests talk about bargain hunting when economic times get tougher.
Was the way banks declare their assets partly to blame for the economic meltdown?