Europe Reacts to Greek Election

Analysts across Europe consider Greece's future with a government pledged to anti-austerity measures. We hear from Lena Komileva, chief economist at G Plus Market Economics. And Measles infections are on the rise in the United States. Dr Natasha Burgert is a family health practitioner in Kansas City, Missouri and tells us the advice she gives to families undecided over whether to vaccinate their children.

We follow #blizzardof2015 as it roles into the north-eastern US shutting transport systems and businesses and speak to Sabri Ben Ashour of Marketplace in New York before he hunkered down for the night.

Mindfulness is the new buzz word and David Gelles from the New York Times has plenty to say on it in his new book "Mindful Work".

The BBC's Cindy Sui joins us from Taipei with some advice on giving clocks as gifts in Chinese culture.

And our guests throughout the show are David Kuo of The Motley Fool who is off-base in Beijing and Cecily McMillan of the Occupy movement who joins us from Atlanta.

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