In the teeth of the worst financial crisis in living memory, BBC Business Editor Robert Peston examines how the world got to this point and how the colossal imbalances in the global economy have left the UK in need of a radical economic overhaul.
Take a look at how writing code is becoming a girl thing; see how one woman is forging ahead with her family business in the male-dominated taxi sector; and Mia Freedman shares how she turned her redundancy into a media empire.
In this episode, plumber-turned-entrepreneur Clinton Cowin sheds insight on how SME's can handle late payments. Then, Herb Smith shares how he took his bush tucker business Dreamtime Tuka from a regional town to QANTAS passengers all over Australia. This episode also visits the design-based social enterprise that's open for refugees to make and sell their own art.