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  1. The Tale of Two Chinas

    Peter Day explores two very contrasting enclaves in China.

    First broadcast: 03 Nov 2013

  2. China’s Crossroads

    Why can’t China’s class of 2013 find the jobs they want?

    First broadcast: 26 Oct 2013

  3. The World Turned Upside Down Part Two

    After 25 years of business reporting Peter Day argues the world has turned upside down

    First broadcast: 19 Oct 2013

  4. The World Turned Upside Down (Part 1)

    After 25 years of business reporting, Peter Day argues the world has turned upside down

    First broadcast: 12 Oct 2013

  5. The Entrepreneurial State

    The role of the state in bringing new goods and services to market

    First broadcast: 05 Oct 2013

  6. Kit of Life

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

    First broadcast: 28 Sep 2013

  7. Internet of Things

    What would the future be like if cows and cars were connected to the Internet?

    First broadcast: 21 Sep 2013

  8. Civilian Drones

    Could an unmanned aerial vehicle be delivering your pizza in the not too distant future?

    First broadcast: 14 Sep 2013

  9. The Road to Zambezi Street - Part Two

    Zambia has the potential to be a trade hub, if it can improve its roads and railways.

    First broadcast: 07 Sep 2013

  10. The Road to Zambezi Street - Part One

    How Zambia is doing business, despite electricity cuts and limited access to water

    First broadcast: 31 Aug 2013

  11. Regenerating Margate

    Peter Day asks whether Margate's Turner Contemporary art gallery will rejuvenate the town

    First broadcast: 24 Aug 2013

  12. Gene Patenting

    Is gene patenting a good or bad thing for medical innovation?

    First broadcast: 17 Aug 2013

  13. North Sea Oil Part Two: Sir Ian Wood

    How a family firm transformed from a fishing company to a global energy services group

    First broadcast: 10 Aug 2013

  14. North Sea Oil

    Experts expected oil to run out by the end of 1990s but North Sea oil is still in business

    First broadcast: 03 Aug 2013

  15. Kenya’s Tech Hopes

    Undersea cables, IT training for teachers and technology projects which could change Kenya

    First broadcast: 27 Jul 2013

  16. Mobile Money in Kenya

    How mobile payment system M-Pesa kick-started an emerging tech econmomy in Kenya

    First broadcast: 20 Jul 2013

  17. Entrepreneur of the Year

    Three winners from this year's Entrepreneur of the Year Awards explain how they started

    First broadcast: 13 Jul 2013

  18. Paul Ormerod

    Economist and author Paul Ormerod on the complexity of economics

    First broadcast: 06 Jul 2013

  19. Designs For Life

    'Design thinking' - and why it is becoming fundamental to the way organisations function

    First broadcast: 29 Jun 2013

  20. Breakthrough Designs

    Peter Day attends the Design of the Year Awards to see how design is evolving everywhere

    First broadcast: 22 Jun 2013

  21. Vorsprung Durch Technik or Universitat?

    Where is German innovation and why are so few of its universities ranked as world leaders?

    First broadcast: 15 Jun 2013

  22. St Gallen Symposium, Switzerland

    Politicians, business leaders and students gather at the 43rd St Gallen Symposium

    First broadcast: 08 Jun 2013

  23. New Dimensions

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

    First broadcast: 01 Jun 2013

  24. Strike up the Broadband

    How important is fast internet access to small businesses around the world?

    First broadcast: 25 May 2013

  25. Job Search

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

    First broadcast: 18 May 2013

  26. Feeding the Nine Billion

    Peter Day hosts a round table discussion examining the future of food production.

    First broadcast: 11 May 2013

  27. Potash of Gold

    Peter Day reports on plans to build a potash mine in a national park in northern England.

    First broadcast: 04 May 2013

  28. The Sick Note

    Illness at work - and the implications it has for workers around the world

    First broadcast: 27 Apr 2013

  29. Skoll World Forum: Disrupting Big Finance

    Peter Day presents a debate about disrupting big finance at the annual Skoll World Forum.

    First broadcast: 20 Apr 2013

  30. Battle of the Business Schools

    Peter Day examines the rivalry between two Boston business schools - Harvard and MIT.

    First broadcast: 13 Apr 2013

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