Nine to Five: we discuss work cultures in different cities, from why the siesta may be over in Madrid to why Copenhagen’s unemployed are turning to selling their CVs in storefronts rather than the internet. Plus, what CEOs can teach City Hall.
Live from Istanbul: the CEO of the city’s 2020 Olympic bid tells us why it deserve the games, we discuss an airline that is taking to the seas to beat traffic, and talk design, fashion and food. Plus, the top stories from today’s front pages across Turkey.
We take a tour with winegrowers in South Africa, meet a company that hopes the world’s solo workers will leave home to take a work desk at another company, and talk manufacturing with a woman who launched her celebrated handbag range with a budget of just £600.
In the small, warm kitchen of his home, buried among a huddle of wooden houses in the coastal village of Joe Batt’s Arm on Fogo Island off Newfoundland, Canada, Pete Decker is explaining how to collect iceberg ice – the secret ingredient, he believes, for making the ultimate gin and t...
Joseph Dana reports on the Ma’an News Agency in Palestine, we speak to New York Times reporter Brian Stelter about his new book “Top of the Morning”, and Dr James Boys brings us the day’s agenda for the US and Middle East.
389 Affairs The Globalist This one-hour show airs at 06.00 London time and looks ahead to events that will shape the day in Europe, and beyond, with a special focus on Turkey and the Gulf. Listen to episode Subscribe in iTunes View in Timeshift