Have homes become cheaper since NZ radically changed the law on foreign ownership?
Banning foreign home buyers - the New Zealand experiment
A degree from a screen?
How YouTube and other online platforms are coming to dominate our ideas of education
Why has Italy fallen out of love with the euro?
And is Italy's populist government cosying up to Russia instead?
Rome: Drowning in rubbish
Italy’s eternal city is overflowing with history - and rubbish
Life on Mars
What are the obstacles for a permanent base on the Red Planet?
Is air traffic control fit for purpose?
The system for keeping planes in the sky dates back to the 1940s - time for an overhaul?
The death of Venice?
The Venetians who say cruise ships and tourist hordes are killing their city
Britain's Brexit saviour?
Boris Johnson has promised to get the UK out of the EU by 31 October, "do or die"
The truth about natural gas
A bridge to a renewable future or just hot air?
Are we too scared of nuclear energy?
Why we fear nuclear radiation
When a work colleague dies
How companies and staff deal with death at work
Can our planet afford meat?
The battle between the world's biggest meat producers could be exhausting the earth
A Lesson in Pioneering Education
We look at the disruptive models of educating young minds across the globe
How the US fracking revolution is changing geopolitics
A global gig economy
Are freelancing platforms threatening worker's rights?
Sunscreen under the microscope
One dermatologist argues sunscreen isn’t always a good idea.
Vanuatu's missing women
What are the consequences of the country having no female MPs?
The smart home hype
Has technology really made our homes better?
How to be ambitious
Is it good or bad to be ambitious? And what do you do with it if you've got it?
A Brexit game of chicken
Is the UK's government really serious about a 'no-deal' Brexit?
What can music festivals teach us about toilet technology?
Vanuatu's sacred drink
Could the traditional beverage known as kava boost Vanuatu's struggling economy?
Should workers be offered unlimited paid leave?
Some employers are letting their workers take as much time off as they like.
Has 3D printing met the hype?
Are we any closer to the new industrial revolution promised a few years ago?
Are stock buybacks a corporate scam?
When corporations buy back shares is it for the good of the economy, or themselves?
Helping Africa feed itself
Supporting Africa's homegrown food-growing capacity
The singing president who disappeared
Turkmenistan's president mysteriously vanishes, while his country faces economic crisis
Ecommerce in Africa - still finding its way
Will online retailers overcome a lack of infrastructure and trust to conquer Africa?
The challenges facing Syrian refugees in Turkey
Are Syrians now paying the price of Turkey's economic slowdown?
The market's most feared recession signal
What's an inverted yield curve and what does it tell us about economic expectations?
Trump announces new tariffs on China
The US has hit back at China in their escalating trade war
Fighting modern slavery
Devina Gupta and her guests discuss what can be done to eradicate modern day slavery.
Julie and Paul: The Money Clinic - Episode 4
Paul wants to retire early, but his wife Julie says he can’t afford to.
Julie and Paul
In an honest and intimate discussion, a counsellor helps people talk about money.
The Money Clinic: Julie and Paul