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Japan’s Exploited Foreign Workers

Japan’s workforce is shrinking due to an ageing population and a policy of very low immigration. But though the world’s third largest economy needs workers, the government isn’t keen on immigration when it comes to filling lower-skilled jobs. A loophole in the rules, however, means…

Japan’s Exploited Foreign Workers

Japan’s workforce is shrinking due to an ageing population and a policy of very low immigration. But though the world’s third largest economy needs workers, the government isn’t keen on immigration when it comes to filling lower-skilled jobs. A loophole in the rules, however, means…

Japan’s Exploited Foreign Workers

Japan’s workforce is shrinking due to an ageing population and a policy of very low immigration. But though the world’s third largest economy needs workers, the government isn’t keen on immigration when it comes to filling lower-skilled jobs. A loophole in the rules, however, means…

Japan’s Exploited Foreign Workers

Japan’s workforce is shrinking due to an ageing population and a policy of very low immigration. But though the world’s third largest economy needs workers, the government isn’t keen on immigration when it comes to filling lower-skilled jobs. A loophole in the rules, however, means…

Japan’s Exploited Foreign Workers

Japan’s workforce is shrinking due to an ageing population and a policy of very low immigration. But though the world’s third largest economy needs workers, the government isn’t keen on immigration when it comes to filling lower-skilled jobs. A loophole in the rules, however, means…

30/04/2017

Brookfield tightens its belt, while Grange Farm holds off an eager visitor.

default Title edit Gabriela Montero: Improvisation Masterclass

Gabriela Montero, the exhilarating Venezuelan pianist, is playing in Miami. She is renowned for her live improvisations, a form of classical music that is rarely heard in concert halls today. Her spontaneous compositions on stage are inspired by musical motifs, sung or hummed to her…

Nikolaj Znaider, Philip Glass – Music in Twelve Parts, Daryl Runswick

Tom Service meets the acclaimed violinist and conductor Nikolaj Znaider ahead of concerts involving both his violin and his baton with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and his Mozart project with the London Symphony Orchestra. Nikolaj talks to Tom about how to engage young audiences,…

28/04/2017

Brookfield needs to dig deeper, and Kenton strikes a deal.

FriComedy: The News Quiz 28th Apr 2017

Miles is joined by Hugo Rifkind, Katy Brand, Rich Hall and Kiri Pritchard-McLean. A revisiting of the week in general electioneering as well as some vital learning from grandmas about how to throw a basketball properly. Producer: Richard Morris A BBC Studios Production