Still in Business Sept. 24, 2020
For the final programme of the series, John Murphy returns to a selection of businesses that have come through this far. A fabric and haberdashery shop, a fruit farmer and a micro-pub. What’s their story of survival, what did they change and what of the future? The potential difficulties and pitfalls, are not over. Presenter: John Murphy Producer: Phoebe Keane Series editor: Penny Murphy
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Building Back Better Sept. 17, 2020
How can businesses ensure our recovery from Covid is green?
Wine, Widgets and Brexit Sept. 10, 2020
Two companies, one French, one German, prepare for post-Brexit trade with the UK.
The Tree Trade Sept. 3, 2020
The future of forestry in the UK.
The March of Robots Aug. 27, 2020
In a world where everything seems to be changing, will robots take more jobs?
Black Business Matters Aug. 20, 2020
The impact of Black Lives Matter on business.
Keep up at the Back! Aug. 13, 2020
How healthy is the exercise industry?
The Gatwick Effect Aug. 6, 2020
The impact of lockdown on businesses in Crawley, the town near Gatwick Airport.
The Jobs Challenge July 30, 2020
Whose jobs are most at risk from the economic wreckage of Covid 19?
Oil Shock 2020 May 24, 2020
Why should we care if the oil price has crashed? With Lesley Curwen.
Adapt to Survive May 14, 2020
Many businesses are struggling in the lockdown, but some are adapting to survive.
Economic Recovery in the USA May 7, 2020
Jim O'Neill assesses American business and economic resilience.
Economic lessons from pandemics past April 23, 2020
What can the past teach us about economies after a pandemic?
Working From Home April 16, 2020
So many of us are WFH. Caroline Bayley looks at the history and pitfalls.
Could carbon offsetting save the world’s forests? April 9, 2020
How a company in Zimbabwe is using carbon credits to protect forests
Supply Chains vs Covid-19 April 2, 2020
How coronavirus is straining global delivery networks
Indonesia’s new capital Jan. 25, 2020
Indonesia is planning to move its capital to the jungle – how will this work?
Making fashion sustainable Jan. 23, 2020
The British menswear designer, Patrick Grant asks how fashion can be made sustainably.
Hydrogen: The answer to Climate Change? Jan. 18, 2020
Once dubbed ‘fuel of the future’ but hydrogen powered transport is now a reality.
Is the UK up for sale? Jan. 16, 2020
A third of takeovers in the UK are by foreign companies. A welcome boost or a problem?