St Paul's cathedral - inside and out - has become a focus for the national conversation taking place since the financial crisis about the kind of people we want to be, the kind of society we want to live in and the economic systems that can support that.
The programme continues the discussion about how we build virtue into our society. What are the implications of that for the model of Capitalism we operate? What are the virtues of the market and of Capitalism that we must retain and those we must reject? Is the very idea of ethical Capitalism an oxymoron?
Joining James Jones to discuss these issues are Lord Skidelsky, Kerry Anne Mendoza, an activist from the Occupy movement, and Margaret Thatcher's former economic adviser Brian Griffiths.