Ernie Rea and guests discuss the principle of Sabbath rest.
Lucy Kellaway looks at long hours office culture and asks what happened to 9 to 5?
Oliver Burkeman asks if people have become addicted to busy.
What happened to the dream of working less? Sonia Sodha investigates the four-day week.
Professor Emma Griffin explores how British workers became tied to the clock.
Ruth Barnes continues her series exploring the changing world of work. Is the office dead?
Oliver Burkeman asks if we are talking ourselves into feeling overwhelmed with busyness.
Sheila Dillon goes trucking and finds out what it's like to work, live and eat on the road
Justin Champion looks at the roots of our culture's belief in the moral power of hard work
In the time taken for your average midday meal, Sheila Dillon unpacks the future of lunch.
When did you last take a lunch hour? Matthew Sweet explores the demise of the midday break
Matthew Engel makes a secular case for reclaiming the peace and quiet of the Sabbath.
Jarvis Cocker prowls the nations dark in search of the night people
Chris Ledgard explores the restoration of Sunday trading in August 1994.
Oliver Burkeman explores if the busyness epidemic is not what it at first seems.
Lucy Mangan explores the future for homeworking. Who wins - employer or employee?
Sarah Montague investigates the risks involved in working the nightshift.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Dr Alice Roberts finds out if we can save the planet by staying in our pyjamas.
Lord Skidelsky, the economist, tells Helen Lewis about his inquiry into the four-day week.
Jonathan's app could be a lifeline for jobseekers in the gig economy. Can it succeed?