China has undergone the greatest economic transformation in human history - more than thirty unbroken years of near double digit growth, hundreds of millions of people lifted out of poverty, world trade reshaped. But now the Chinese economy is slowing. Justin Rowlatt asks the BBC's brand new chief global business correspondent, Linda Yueh, what this means - is China about to crash?
The countries of the Levant, to the East of the Mediterranean sea, did not share in the vast energy reserves of its neighbours in the Middle East. That has changed with the recent discovery of off-shore gas fields and possibly oil resources. We discover how this is changing strategic relationships in this key region.
Regular commentator, Lucy Kellaway, of the Financial Times, looks at solutions to the very modern problem of cyber loafing.