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959 14 Jul 2015
00:30:00

Tuesday 14 July: 

We discuss a diplomatic deal with Iran and an economic deal with Greece, explore Budapest’s evolving transport system, focus on Qatar’s stake in Spanish retail and ask if space exploration is worth the cost.

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958 13 Jul 2015
00:30:00

Monday 13 July: 

We discuss the Greek deal, analyse Iran-Saudi relations, explore the fate of Melbourne’s historic Hotel Windsor and Kenji Hall looks back at the legacy of Satoru Iwata, Nintendo’s CEO.

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957 10 Jul 2015
00:30:00

Friday 10 July: 

We’re in Yemen where a temporary ceasefire is due to begin today. How much of an impact will it have? In Turkey, rising anti-Chinese protests are receiving mixed coverage in Istanbul’s newspapers. Plus we take a stroll through one of New York’s finest department stores, Bergdorf Goodman.

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956 9 Jul 2015
00:30:00

Thursday 9 July: 

It’s deadline day for Greece, so will we finally see an end to the political bickering that’s stifled any hope of a solution? We also look at the faltering fortunes of Microsoft; President Putin discusses yoga with Narendra Modi at Russia’s Brics summit, and sleepless South Koreans drive profits up for business.

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955 8 Jul 2015
00:29:55

Wednesday 8 July: 

Is Germany right to make an example of Greece? As a solution continues to evade the increasingly desperate situation, we look at the wisdom behind the bailout negotiations. Also, as anti-Chinese sentiment sweeps across Turkey, we ask if a new €300m hotel development could feel the affects. Plus: we discuss refunds for bad concerts in Finland.

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954 7 Jul 2015
00:29:53

Tuesday 7 July: 

With diplomatic fault lines between Greece and the Eurozone growing increasingly wide, we ask who the country might turn to next. We also touch down in Sydney where the city’s urban makeover is reaching a crucial new step. Plus: as Louis Vuitton is set to open a second museum dedicated to itself, we discuss luxury brands going beyond their retail roots.

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953 6 Jul 2015
00:30:00

Monday 6 July: 

Uncertainty reigns in Greece as the finance minister quits and Alexis Tsipras celebrates the results of the weekend’s referendum. Plus we look at Asian airlines vying for their share of a burgeoning market and take the temperature of this week’s luxury business news.

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952 3 Jul 2015
00:30:00

Friday 3 July: 

We discuss the future of Greece, the death of a Tunisian jihadist and media freedom in Turkey. Plus Ben Page of Ipsos MORI talks us through the week’s most intriguing statistics.

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951 2 Jul 2015
00:30:00

Thursday 2 July: 

We check in with our correspondent in Athens and our editor-in-chief in northern Italy, explore American diplomacy in Latin America, look at the legacy of Nike co-founder Phil Knight and discuss a US investigation into domestic airlines.

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950 1 Jul 2015
00:30:00

Wednesday 1 July: 

We discuss the latest developments in Greece, talk border controls in Denmark, explore what the Heathrow runway announcement means for other large travel hubs and our man in Singapore explains the relaunch of The Straits Times.

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949 30 Jun 2015
00:30:00

Tuesday 30 June: 

We get the latest from Tunisia, discuss a deadly incident on Japan's Shinkansen train service, review the Latin American front pages and head to Paris to hear from an astronomer about tonight's leap second.

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948 29 Jun 2015
00:30:00

Monday 29 June: 

We discuss the latest economic developments in Greece, analyse the new Danish government, review this week’s luxury industry news and find out why United Airlines is paying $100m for a stake in Brazil’s Azul.

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