Last Day of Campaigning in France
The attack in Paris by a suspected Islamist on Thursday night has become a party-political issue on the last day of campaigning in the French Presidential elections. Sylvain Courage of Novel Observateur consider the effect the attack had on the final hours of the campaign.
The BBC's Theo Leggett reports from the rural provence, in the South of France about why the National Front's Marine Le Pen and the hard-left Jean Luc Melenchon appear to have gained a lot of support from people in the countryside.
Marketplace's Kai Ryssdal talks to former CEO of Chanel, Maureen Chiquet.
In this edition of Trumponomics, the BBC's Economics Editor, Kamal Ahmed, the BBC's Michelle Fleury and Neil Irwin from the New York Times discuss President Trump's relationship with the IMF and his executive order on visas.
Roger Hearing is joined for comment throughout the programme by Professor Danny Samson, Department of Management and Marketing, University of Melbourne.
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