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Monday 30 July: Family Entrepreneurs
Peter Day reports from the Ernst & Young World Entrepreneur of the Year Summit, where he meets two entrepreneurs, one German, one Portuguese - who saved their respective family businesses from failing.
Tuesday 31 July: An Unspeakable Act (Part 1 of 2)
Will Storr investigates rape as a weapon of war in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He discovers this crime has a long history. He meets victims who share their stories, counsellors trying to raise awareness and hears the surprising fact that international aid agencies, such as Oxfam, and the UN are trying to suppress talk of it.
Wednesday 1 August: Spain's Runway to Nowhere
The state-of-the-art Aeropuerto Don Quijote in Ciudad Real opened for business at the end of 2008. The vision was to create an air hub in the heart of Spain, and its backers believed it would bring business, jobs and tourists to this underdeveloped region. But just over three years later the airport closed. In this documentary Pascale Harter tells the story of a project with its roots in Spain's building boom-years doomed by the economic crisis, politics and the banking collapse.
Thursday 2 August: Learning To Lose
Olympic athletes dream of winning, but don't they owe it to themselves to prepare for the more probable outcome of losing? In this programme we hear North American Olympic competitors confess the shame and agony of their losses. They echo a sense of heartbreak, which is shared by elite athletes across the world.