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Out in Africa

Africa has been called the most homophobic continent. In the majority of African countries, homosexual activity is illegal; in some, long jail sentences or even death await those who break anti-gay laws. Charles Adesina, himself a gay man with Nigerian roots, goes on a personal…

China’s Capital Flight

We’re looking at the growing pressures on China’s economy. More than three quarters of a trillion dollars leached overseas last year, despite the government’s best efforts to limit capital flight. A new year and new government rules, but can the central bank stop faith dwindling…


Tom wants to make changes, and Roy notices something is up.

2017: Prepare for Anything

Today we examine the risks and the opportunities of 2017 with two UK-based market experts. With President Trump heading for the White House, big elections scheduled in Europe in the next twelve months, and China’s economy continuing to slow, does this promise to be the…


Helen wants today to be perfect, and Rex has news for Toby.


Callum and Finn discuss brand names which are now are used for other similar products.

How to Change Your Career

Ever thought about changing your career? With people living longer and job security decreasing, sticking with the same career for the whole of your working life is becoming a thing of the past. Edwin Lane speaks to John McAvoy, an armed robber turned record breaking…

2nd January 17: State of the Nations (Ep 1)

Star of BBC3’s Josh and Radio 4 News Quiz regular Elis James hosts four stand-up shows from the four nations of the United Kingdom which explore what it means to be variously Welsh, English, Scottish and Northern Irish in today’s United Kingdom. For the first…