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968 15 Jul 2015
01:00:00

Wednesday 15 July: 

We discuss Ukrainian security, American presidential politics, the future of Newsweek Europe and the business news in Greece. Plus: a review of the morning’s Middle Eastern newspapers.

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967 14 Jul 2015
01:00:00

Tuesday 14 July: 

We discuss Nigerian politics and Australian and Finnish energy policies, talk business in Singapore and review the morning newspapers.

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966 13 Jul 2015
01:00:00

Monday 13 July: 

We discuss negotiations over Greece’s economic future and Iran’s nuclear programme. Plus: Michael Peel explores Burma’s beer industry and James Schneider reviews the morning newspapers.

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965 10 Jul 2015
01:00:00

Friday 10 July: 

On today’s show we ask what lies ahead for Greece; and as Chinese stock markets have gained $6.5trn in a year, is the bubble bursting? Plus, New Zealand is joining the private space race with plans to build an orbital launch site. We also explore the king of all department stores, New York’s Bergdorf Goodman, and leaf through the day’s newspapers.

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964 9 Jul 2015
01:00:00

Thursday 9 July: 

Could Greece need humanitarian aid? We cross to Brussels for a look at the rippling costs of a possible Greek exit from the Euro. We also touch down in Vienna for spot of luxury shopping at the Steffl department store. Plus, who killed Dag Hammarskjöld? The death of the former UN chief in a plane crash in southern Africa may finally be explained, 54 years later.

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963 8 Jul 2015
00:58:53

Wednesday 8 July: 

With no new plan from Greece and a stark warning issued by the European Council’s president Donald Tusk, we ask whether we could finally see a breakthrough this week. We also discuss the possibility of a deal with Iran now that Saudi Arabia is spending billions on nuclear capabilities. Plus: our series on department stores continues with a look at the architects behind Melbourne’s Myer renovation.

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962 7 Jul 2015
00:58:59

Tuesday 7 July: 

After Greeks voted “No” to more austerity at the weekend, we continue our coverage of the aftermath live in Athens. Meanwhile, as another deadline looms in Tehran, we discuss the nuclear deal that may or may not happen. Plus: our department store series continues in Milan with La Rinascente.

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961 6 Jul 2015
0:55:24

Monday 6 July: 

As Greece comes to terms with the weekend’s vote against bailout measures, what next for Greece and eurozone leaders? Also, after two terrorist attacks threaten to wipe out Tunisian tourism, we head to Lebanon to find out how Beirut rescued the industry. We also begin our series on department stores around the world and leaf through the morning’s newspapers.

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960 3 Jul 2015
01:00:00

Friday 3 July: 

We explore corporate transitions in the wake of Nike co-founder Phil Knight’s departure, James Schneider discusses gay rights in Africa, our man in Budapest looks at Hungary’s plans to win back emigrants, we get the latest developments from Chris Konstas in Athens and Chatham House’s Jacob Parakilas reviews the day’s newspapers.

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959 2 Jul 2015
01:00:00

Thursday 2 July: 

We discuss the latest developments in Greece, explore China's new security laws, get today’s business news from Shanghai, look at the future of Donna Karan and review the morning newspapers.

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958 1 Jul 2015
01:00:00

Wednesday 1 July: 

We explore the latest developments with our correspondent in Athens, analyse the decision of the UK’s Airports Commission to back a third Heathrow runway, discuss the business news from Istanbul, and Michael Goldfarb, Constantine Buhayer and Chris Lord review the morning newspapers with a focus on Greece.

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957 30 Jun 2015
01:00:00

Tuesday 30 June: 

We discuss the economic situation in Greece and Iranian nuclear negotiations, Rahul Bedi looks at the day’s business news from India and we explore the television-news industry in Ukraine.

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