Banks to the rescue?
Turning the tables on popular expectations, we ask can the world's bankers - the ones so many of us love to hate - yet become our heroes, galloping to rescue the global economy from terminal crisis? We hear the thoughts of global banking expert, Professor Richard Werner.
Also, from the shadows of Hong Kong's gleaming skyscrapers, we hear about the social underclass, living in cramped conditions, and making their anger increasingly heard over the gap between the island's rich and poor.
There's an explanation of the so-called "Dilbert Principle" of business by our resident guru, Rene Carayol, and an exclusive report from Zimbabwe on how one small-time film-maker took on the DVD pirates, and won.