The Economist

The week ahead: Brexit's point of no return

Dodany: 3 lutego 2017


After 17 hours of intense debate, Parliament voted in favour of a bill allowing for Brexit to begin. Britain editor Tom Wainwright looks ahead to the prime minister's agenda following the vote....

The Economist asks: Why is Donald Trump’s populism so potent?

Dodany: 2 lutego 2017


John Judis, author of The Populism Explosion, joins our US Editor John Prideaux to explore what lies behind the surge of political revolts in Europe and America and the difference between left and...

Babbage: Adding to reality

Dodany: 1 lutego 2017


Augmented reality technology blends the virtual with the real world, so how might this alter the way humans interact with computers, and each other? Also, we explore how artificial intelligence can...

Money talks: A new boss at the helm of Exxon Mobil

Dodany: 31 stycznia 2017


With Exxon Mobil’s former chief executive now Trump’s Secretary of State, what challenges will face the new man in charge of the world's largest private oil company? India’s annual economic survey...

Indivisible Week 2: POTUS travel ban stirs public outcry ... and lots of questions

Dodany: 31 stycznia 2017


On this episode of Indivisible, we take your calls on the recent executive order by President Trump enacting a ban on travel to the United States from certain countries with heavy Muslim...

Tasting menu: Audio highlights from the January 27th 2016 edition

Dodany: 31 stycznia 2017


This week: China’s new year goes global, how to make America date again and the case for rational compassion

The week ahead: Rise of the Herbal Tea Party?

Dodany: 27 stycznia 2017


Once a Supreme Court justice is confirmed, Republicans could have control over all three branches of the federal government. Our Lexington columnist David Rennie weighs the Democrats' options for a...

The Economist asks: Thomas Friedman

Dodany: 26 stycznia 2017


Is technology making us populists? App makers and Silicon Valley executives wax lyrical about technological disruption. But millions perceive innovation as a threat - are they wrong? Best-selling...

Babbage: Printing parts

Dodany: 25 stycznia 2017


We're now pretty good at printing body parts, so what are the possibilities and limitations? Healthcare expert George Halvorson explains the importance of language development in the first few...

Money talks: An expert’s guide to Trumponomics

Dodany: 24 stycznia 2017


A leading economist has issued stark warnings about the Trump era and its impact on the American and global economy. We ask if the new president’s monetary policy is likely to succeed or fail. And...

Tasting menu: Audio highlights from the January 21st 2016 edition

Dodany: 23 stycznia 2017


This week: a tobacco merger shows the industry’s resilience, Argentina’s economic woes hit the dance floors and Mumbai’s hawkers feel some legal heat

The week ahead: One nation under Trump

Dodany: 21 stycznia 2017


In this inaugural special we hear from our Lexington columnist David Rennie as he reflects on the new president's very partisan address. Data expert Matt Hindman discusses Mr Trump's troubled...

The Economist asks: Michael Sandell

Dodany: 19 stycznia 2017


What is the common good in the age of Donald Trump? And in the week that the Chinese Premier addressed the World Economic Forum, are we falling too readily into the trap of praising...

Babbage: The automation game

Dodany: 18 stycznia 2017


How quickly will robots disrupt global industries and what will the implications be? We explore with economist Andrew McAfee at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Also, neuroscientists often...

Money talks: Davos in the spotlight

Dodany: 17 stycznia 2017


China's president has addressed the World Economic Forum, the first Chinese head of state to do so. We assess his message to Donald Trump. Plus the author of the “Second Machine Age” Erik...

Tasting menu: Audio highlights from the January 14th 2016 edition

Dodany: 16 stycznia 2017


This week: The harsh environment for startups in the Middle East, China’s bullet trains to nowhere and why an Uber for kids may struggle to reach maturity’

The week ahead: Hacks, leaks and videotape

Dodany: 13 stycznia 2017


Matthew Symonds joins host Josie Delap to explain how the relationship between Donald Trump and the intelligence community fell apart and ask whether it can be rebuilt. Also: Modi's teflon streak...

The Economist asks: Should education last a lifetime?

Dodany: 12 stycznia 2017


Andrew Palmer joins host Anne McElvoy to discuss a special report saying we should upend our education model. To dig into the practicalities of transforming an education system, renowned education...

Babbage: Conversational computers

Dodany: 11 stycznia 2017


When will computers truly be able to understand what we are saying? We discuss with our guest, Amazon's Alexa. Also, long-distance electrical supergrids could flood the planet with renewable energy

Money talks: Turbulence ahead

Dodany: 10 stycznia 2017


Airlines have gone on an unprecedented shopping spree - but is their luck running out? We examine how Mexico might respond to Donald Trump's threats on trade. And can the way people buy pet...