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Monday 20 November – The Invisible Hand of Donald Trump
One year on from the election of Donald Trump, the Chief Economic Commentator of the Financial Times, Martin Wolf, examines the president's economic impact and asks: what has “Trumponomics” accomplished in the year since the election? Especially in  Tax Cuts, Trade Policy reform , Deregulation and Increased Infrastructure Spending.         One year on from the election of Donald Trump, the Chief Economic Commentator of the Financial Times, Martin Wolf, examines the president's economic impact and asks: what has “Trumponomics” accomplished in the year since the election? Especially in  Tax Cuts, Trade Policy reform , Deregulation and Increased Infrastructure Spending. (BBC)

Tuesday 21 November -  Profile Of Robert Mugabe
As the world watches the events unfolding in Zimbabwe, we profile Robert Mugabe, the man who has defined the country’s politics for more than forty years. We chart how he went from revolutionary liberation hero to one of the continent’s most notorious leaders, presiding over his country’s economic and social collapse. (BBC)

Thursday 23 November - My Life in Five Dishes: Antonio Carluccio
Antonio Carluccio describes his most memorable dishes in his last ever interview. The cook, restaurateur and writer, known as the 'Godfather of Italian cooking', died suddenly on the 8th of Novemberember, five days after this recording was made, aged 80. He tells Emily Thomas about his passion for simple, authentic Italian cuisine, and why he only began to pursue it professionally relatively late in life. (BBC)