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  1. Myanmar Challenges

    Two homegrown marketing companies on the challenges of doing business in Myanmar

    First broadcast: 04 Oct 2014

  2. Myanmar - Learning to do Business

    How local entrepreneurs of a new Myanmar are setting up businesses despite the challenges

    First broadcast: 27 Sep 2014

  3. Myanmar Awakening

    Peter Day travels to Myanmar to find out how the country is trying to emerge from its past

    First broadcast: 20 Sep 2014

  4. Scotland's Business Plan

    Scottish entrepreneurs assess the business landscape post-referendum

    First broadcast: 13 Sep 2014

  5. Life's Memories

    With the internet we can now record everything forever, but is this a good thing?

    First broadcast: 06 Sep 2014

  6. Fast and Furious

    Peter Day explains how the influence of Forumula 1 expertise is reaching everyday lives

    First broadcast: 30 Aug 2014

  7. Philosophy/Deep Thoughts

    The business people inspired and influenced by highbrow philosophers

    First broadcast: 23 Aug 2014

  8. Health Technology

    Can technology companies transform healthcare and the way we live?

    First broadcast: 16 Aug 2014

  9. Inside Silicon Valley

    Can Silicon Valley's success continue, or are there now too many rivals world wide?

    First broadcast: 09 Aug 2014

  10. Silicon Valley - Part 1

    Peter Day talks to Steve Blank, one of the grandees of the start up community.

    First broadcast: 02 Aug 2014

  11. Companies and Innovation

    Author Lynda Gratton and innovation expert Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg, on innovation

    First broadcast: 28 Jun 2014

  12. What Does the Future Hold for the African Economy?

    Donald Kaberuka, president of the African Development Bank on issues facing the continent

    First broadcast: 21 Jun 2014

  13. Prices

    How do manufacturers and retailers decide what prices to charge?

    First broadcast: 14 Jun 2014

  14. The Clash of Generations

    World leaders meet students at St Gallen Symposium to discuss the clash of generations

    First broadcast: 07 Jun 2014

  15. Packaging in a Pickle

    The ever-increasing packaging of products and the packaging industry

    First broadcast: 31 May 2014

  16. Governor of the Indian Reserve Bank - Raghuram Rajan

    The prospects for the future of the Indian economy and tackling India's poverty gap

    First broadcast: 24 May 2014

  17. Sharing Economy: Rachel Botsman

    Rachel Botsman, expert on the sharing economy, on the rise of 'collaborative consupmtion'

    First broadcast: 17 May 2014

  18. Fair Shares: The Sharing Economy

    How sharing your neighbour’s car, tools and home have become a new style of enterprise

    First broadcast: 10 May 2014

  19. Battery Matters

    What are businesses doing to reinvent the battery?

    First broadcast: 03 May 2014

  20. New Manufacturing in the UK

    What will it take for British manufacturing to survive and prosper in a globalised world?

    First broadcast: 26 Apr 2014

  21. Has the Book a Future?

    Can books survive? Peter Day looks for the answer at the London Book Fair.

    First broadcast: 19 Apr 2014

  22. Engineers in the City

    Tackling problems for a living: challenges facing cities from the viewpoint of engineers

    First broadcast: 12 Apr 2014

  23. The Violins of Cremona

    Cremona in northern Italy is a centre of violin making but can a niche industry survive?

    First broadcast: 05 Apr 2014

  24. Italy Veneto

    How family-owned businesses in Italy's Veneto region are surviving economic turmoil

    First broadcast: 30 Mar 2014

  25. Creative Economy

    How knowledge-based industries are changing the way we live and work around the world

    First broadcast: 23 Mar 2014

  26. The Ambitious Korea

    The robots who care for dementia patients

    First broadcast: 16 Mar 2014

  27. Korea Change

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

    First broadcast: 09 Mar 2014

  28. Cyber Town Malvern

    How the quiete English town of Malvern became a hub in the fight against cyber crime

    First broadcast: 02 Feb 2014

  29. Cork

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

    First broadcast: 26 Jan 2014

  30. Longevity War Game

    Rich people of Newcastle live 11 more healthy years than the poor. Can we brige the gap?

    First broadcast: 19 Jan 2014

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