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Why your boss is incompetent

Dodany: 19 marca 2021

Why is it that the boss never seems to know what they’re doing? The famous “Dilbert principle” asserts that companies promote incompetent employees into middle management to get them out of the...

Josephine’s story: Starting a business

Dodany: 18 marca 2021

In the sprawling Nairobi slum of Kibera in Kenya, a single mother of four struggles to survive lockdown. At the beginning of the pandemic, Josephine was working as a cook, but soon lost her job,...

How the pandemic feeds online trolling

Dodany: 16 marca 2021

The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we behave on the internet. Online trolling is on the rise as people turn to social media to take out their lockdown frustrations. Marie Keyworth hears...

Has the food industry made Covid worse?

Dodany: 15 marca 2021

Obesity is a major factor in which countries have the worst Covid-19 death rates, a new report suggests. So could this be a moment of reckoning for food and beverage businesses? Manuela Saragosa...

Business Weekly

Dodany: 13 marca 2021

On this edition of Business Weekly, we look at an alternative view of the economic future, a year on from the start of the Coronavirus pandemic. We hear from musicians on different continents who...

Sexual assault in the music industry

Dodany: 12 marca 2021

As women begin to speak out against sexual violence and harassment, does the music industry face a #metoo reckoning? Manuela Saragosa speaks to her colleague Tamanna Rahman about her investigation...

Josephine’s story: Covid hits Kenya

Dodany: 11 marca 2021

Josephine is a single mother of four in Kibera, the sprawling slum in Nairobi, Kenya. At the beginning of the pandemic she was working as a cook, but soon lost her job, and when the BBC's Ed Butler...

Lab grown meat: The new food frontier?

Dodany: 10 marca 2021

Are chicken nuggets grown from animal cells the ultimate innovation, or a flash in the pan? As Singapore allows the sale of cultivated chicken nuggets, Elizabeth Hotson speaks to Josh Tetrick,...

The digital currency race

Dodany: 9 marca 2021

Central banks and many companies are rushing to develop their own digital currencies. Why are they doing it? What are the risks? And how might it upend our relationship with money? Ed Butler speaks...

Women, work and lockdowns

Dodany: 8 marca 2021

On International Women's Day, we ask what Covid-19 lockdowns have done to gender equality at work - and at home. Mum Leslie Chiaramonte was forced to quit her nursing job amid the demands of...

Business Weekly

Dodany: 6 marca 2021

Next week marks the first anniversary of the World Health Organisation officially labelling Covid-19 a pandemic. In the year since that announcement was made over two and a half million people have...

The joy of work

Dodany: 5 marca 2021

New York rat-catcher James Molluso has been dealing with vermin since he was a teenager. The pay isn't brilliant, the hours are long and the chemicals are toxic. So why does he love his job so...

Covid: Healthcare worker burnout

Dodany: 4 marca 2021

A year of crisis has taken a toll on those tasked with caring for the sick and elderly. It’s almost a year since the World Health Organization declared the outbreak of COVID-19 a pandemic. Manuela...

Guyana and the pandemic

Dodany: 3 marca 2021

How has mental health in the South American country been affected during lockdown? According to the World Health Organisation Guyana has for years had one of the highest suicide rates anywhere in...

Growing up in lockdown

Dodany: 2 marca 2021

The Coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the lives of billions of people around the world, and with many countries still in lockdown the impact will continue to be felt for many years. Not least for...

Lockdown breakdowns

Dodany: 1 marca 2021

It’s almost a year since the World Health Organization declared the outbreak of COVID-19 a pandemic. Many embraced working from home to start off with. But has it lost its lustre? We look at the...

Business Weekly

Dodany: 27 lutego 2021

As the global Covid-19 vaccination drive slowly gathers pace - on Business Weekly we’ll be looking at whether vaccine passports will help us return to life as we once knew it. While the travel...

Why does Bitcoin consume so much energy?

Dodany: 26 lutego 2021

As Bitcoin's price hits a new all-time high, it's now estimated to use as much electricity as the whole of Argentina But is this remotely sustainable? Justin Rowlatt speaks to cryptocurrency expert...

China's vaccine diplomacy

Dodany: 25 lutego 2021

Poorer countries in search of Covid-19 vaccines are looking east. Agathe Demarais, global forecasting director at the Economist Intelligence Unit, describes how China and Russia are stepping in to...

Love in the time of coronavirus

Dodany: 24 lutego 2021

Covid-19 has ruined millions of wedding plans. Will 2021 spark a race to the altar for those unable to tie the knot? California couple Lauren and Patrick Delgado tell their story. We also hear from...