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We're in Tanzania to hear how private investment is changing the farming landscape here and across Africa. Lucy Hooker reports on whether multinational food and agricultural firms can really co-exist with the smallholders who have worked the land for centuries. Also Greece is testing the patience of its European partners, according to an influential finance minister. Plus respected economist Irwin Stelzer on JP Morgan's record fine; and the company that admits its televisions may be spying on your viewing choices.