The Economist

The week ahead: Manchester in mourning

Dodany: 26 maja 2017

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Our Britain correspondent Richard Cockett reports on a moving vigil held for the victims of the Manchester attack. Anne McElvoy and Adrian Wooldridge ponder the two sides of Theresa May. And how...

The Economist asks: What makes a terrorist?

Dodany: 25 maja 2017

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In the aftermath of the horrific suicide bombing at the Manchester Arena on Monday, Anne McElvoy is joined by Gilles Kepel, one of Europe's leading experts on radical Islam, and deputy foreign...

The Economist asks: What makes a terrorist?

Dodany: 25 maja 2017

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In the aftermath of the horrific suicide bombing at the Manchester Arena on Monday, Anne McElvoy is joined by Gilles Kepel, one of Europe's leading experts on radical Islam, and deputy foreign...

Babbage: Anticipating terrorism

Dodany: 24 maja 2017

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In the wake of the Manchester bombing, Dr Robert Wesley explains how artificial intelligence can spot extremist behaviour early. Coloured light can now be used to control how genetically-engineered...

Money talks: Ford's falling fortunes

Dodany: 23 maja 2017

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Simon Long and Philip Coggan reflect on the suicide bombing in Manchester and its impact on the markets. In the rest of the programme: as heads roll at Ford, our industry expert Simon Wright...

Tasting menu: Audio highlights from the May 20th 2017 edition

Dodany: 22 maja 2017

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This week: A political fight breaks out over Rome’s Colosseum, Australians debate how to deal with sharks and what a future utopian society might think of humanity today

The week ahead: Chaos First?

Dodany: 19 maja 2017

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Lexington columnist David Rennie says despite the hysteria that has hit Washington, the Comey scandal is not yet Mr Trump's Watergate. Also: Anne McElvoy and Adrian Wooldridge parse the Labour and...

The Economist asks: Has Silicon valley become too powerful?

Dodany: 18 maja 2017

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Kenneth Cukier looks into into the dangers of giant technology companies. He is joined by author and film producer Jonathan Taplin, who was also Bob Dylan's tour manager

Babbage: Megatech: Technology in 2050

Dodany: 17 maja 2017

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This feature-length episode dives into the technology that will shape our world over the next decades. Host Kenn Cukier and The Economist's Executive Editor Daniel Franklin are joined by experts in...

Money talks: Bankrolling the hackers

Dodany: 16 maja 2017

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Simon Long hears about a potential bubble in the market for Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies. Also: a report on how American ex-convicts are breaking into the job market. And, could Bollywood be...

Tasting menu: Audio highlights from the May 13th 2017 edition

Dodany: 15 maja 2017

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This week: Mumbai plans the world’s tallest statue, the underlying maths of life and whether the English language will survive in the European Union

The week ahead: The Economist meets Donald Trump

Dodany: 12 maja 2017

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Our Editor-in-Chief evaluates Donald Trump's economic agenda and discusses the 'surreal' experience of meeting him in the Oval Office. Also on the show: Democrats smell blood after James Comey's...

The Economist asks: Can the liberal west survive?

Dodany: 11 maja 2017

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Anne McElvoy explores the future of western liberal ideals. She is joined by former Economist editor Bill Emmott to debate how liberals must change to meet the challenges of their opponents

Babbage: Goodbye glaciers

Dodany: 10 maja 2017

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Miranda Johnson explains why ice in the Arctic is melting at such an alarming rate. Philip Auerswald takes us on a 40,000-year history of human society. And an idea borrowed from lizards could make...

Money talks: Trumponomics

Dodany: 9 maja 2017

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Simon Long delves into what Donald Trump means for taxes, growth and trade. Also: the markets react to Emmanuel Macron's election victory in France and China develops its first large passenger jet

Tasting menu: Audio highlights from the May 6th 2017 edition

Dodany: 9 maja 2017

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This week: Food inspections start up in Pakistan, what the journey of a T-shirt says about African industrialisation and how to invest in art

The week ahead: Macron marches on

Dodany: 5 maja 2017

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As French voters choose their next president on Sunday, can Macron fight off Le Pen's populism? Anne McElvoy is joined by Adrian Wooldridge for a new segment, "First past the post truth",...

The Economist asks: What’s the next great leap for education?

Dodany: 4 maja 2017

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Anne McElvoy heads to Utah for the Brookings Institution’s Centre for Universal Education Event. With a host of policymakers and researchers, she investigates how educational institutions will...

Babbage: Soundscape of the deep ocean

Dodany: 3 maja 2017

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A new form of bioengineering ditches the cell and could speed up innovation. Five giant tech firms are hoarding most of the world's data. Is it time to break up the oligopoly? Also, an ambient...

Money talks: Another pay rise?

Dodany: 2 maja 2017

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Callum Williams joins presenter Simon Long to examine the merits of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s proposal for a £10 minimum wage. The Chinese investors who idolise American billionaire Warren...