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Tuesdays 16:00-16:30
Intelligent and entertaining conversation about business, money, technology and workplace issues.

Presented by Heather Payton, each programme picks up on trends and returns to stories that have moved out of the headlines.
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Previous Series

Winter 2005/2006

Globalisation
Business Relationships
Web 2.0
Digital Mapping
Motivation
Successful Retailing
Internet Search Engines Autumn 2005

Does size matter?
Cricket
Newspapers and the internet
Inventors
Computer Games
Anthropology of Business
Nanotechnology
Blogging
Disaster management
Voice recognition technology
Nature
Toff tips for business
Show business

Summer 2005

Shopping Centres
Disruptive Innovation
Pro-ams
Ageing Population
Recycling
The Business of Choice
Doing Business With a Conscience
The Night-time Economy
Haute Couture
Surprise and Anticipation

Spring 2005

Pro-ams
Ageing Population
Recycling
The Business of Choice
Doing Business With a Conscience
The Night-time Economy
Haute Couture
Surprise and Anticipation


Winter 2004/2005

Consumer Evolution
Place Branding
Libraries
The Future of the PC
The Business of the Future
The Low Carbohydrate Revolution
The Celebrity-as-salesperson
Shoes
Mature Entrepreneurs
Car Parking
Running
Reputations

Autumn 2004

Funerals
Greetings Cards
House and Home
Shoes
Sleep
Technology and Crime
Cornwall
Millionaires
The future of advertising
Pets
Antiques
Fast Food

Spring 2004

Green Fingered Businesses
(22/06/2004)
Complaining
(15/06/2004)
Family Business
(08/06/2004)
The Restoration Business
(01/06/2004)
The Music Revolution
(25/05/2004)
Fear
(18/05/2004)
Green Energy
(11/05/2004)
Kitchens of the future (04/05/2004)
Golf (27/04/2004)
Book Clubs (20/04/2004)
Mumpreneurs (06/04/2004)
Regionalism (13/04/2004)



Winter 2003/4

Adventure Holidays (17/02/2004)
China (10/02/2004)
Psychics and Spirituality (03/02/2004)
English Wine (20/01/2004)
Gone to Pot (13/01/2004)
Airbus Super Jumbo (06/01/2004)
Minimalism (30/12/2003)
Artificial Intelligence (23/12/2003)
Christmas (16/12/2003)
Weather (09/12/2003)
Population and the economy


Autumn 2003 Series

Spy games
Brits Abroad
Wi-Fi World
Toys
Smart Clothes
Thrift and the savvy consumer
Mens Sano In Corpore Sano
Service Economy
Small food producers
Target-itis
Say it with flowers
Ideopolis


Summer 2003 Series

Social Enterprise
Corporate Longevity
Family Business
The Saga generation
Luxury
Colour
Happiness
After-dinner speeches
Affordable Art


2002 Series

Busy Syndrome
Corporate Branding
Computer Games
Leadership
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