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Ogni sabato mattina alle 9 su Radio Number One, condotta dal giornalista Claudio Chiari, viene trasmessa la rubrica “Controcorrente – L'Italia che cresce”: due minuti e mezzo per scoprire quali aziende, su tutto il territorio coperto dalle frequenze di Radio Number One, hanno sperimentato nuove strade e nuovi mercati, con un tornaconto in termini di produttività e guadagni.
Journalism is a noble and yet, thankless profession as it helps give voice to the voiceless and provide the public with information. Despite the not-so-glamorous job descriptions, youngsters with aspirations keep signing up, raring to accept the challenge. We speak to three young journalists to learn why they signed up, and how their journeys have been so far. Here are the segments of the episode: 1:33 - Asia Calling 1 - Genocide Commemoration in Cambodia 9:46 - Asia Calling 2 - The Reopening of Gurudwara Bhai Temple in Pakistan 17:12 - Part 2 - The Young and The Restless This episode was produced by Aziff Azuddin, Aisyah Tajuddin, Sharyl Kaur, and Muhammad Haniff Baharudin.
US employers added a shade over 150,000 jobs in January but that positive number was seen by some analysts as further evidence of a deceleration after months of impressive gains. President Obama welcomed the latest data, but he also called for caution. We called up the Chicago based economist Diane Swonk who has advised the US central bank in the past. The fall in global oil prices has hit Venezuela hard. Diminished income has hit imports and there are shortages of some crucial household goods. But when the Health Minister Luisana Melo was asked about the lack of toothpaste - she said people were brushing their teeth too often - and the habit of over-brushing could be blamed on malicious dentists and aggressive capitalism. We hear from journalist Grace Livingstone in the capital Caracas. Carnival in Brazil is usually a four-day celebration - a time to get out in the street, make a lot of noise, maybe have a small glass of something fortifying. But it's also a time of recession, dou ...
What the latest unemployment numbers really mean... getting prizes for saving money... the oil glut is getting worse... and some people are flying to the Super Bowl in private jets while others stock up on chips and dip...
US employers added a shade over 150,000 jobs in January - but the number was further evidence of a deceleration after months of impressive gains. The spin on Twitter from the US Labor Department was that the US economy has now seen 71 consecutive months of private sector job growth. And the administration is also pointing to another tiny drop in the unemployment rate - down to 4.9 per cent, the lowest rate since February 2008. Economist Diane Swonk gives her view from Chicago. Carnival in Brazil is usually a four-day celebration - a time to get out in the street, make a lot of noise, maybe have a small glass of something fortifying. But it's also a time of recession, double-digit inflation and high unemployment - so while places like Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo are still planning de luxe parades, dozens of smaller cities have cancelled carnival. Daniel Gallas reports from Cabo Frio, a beach town close to Rio, one of the many places where carnival is taking a break this year. The m ...
Join Kris Kridel and Cisco Cotto as they discuss today's key jobs report, LinkedIn earnings and a Chicago startup that has become one of the nation's fastest growing providers of consumer medical advocacy.
This week, Patrick Teoh takes you on another foot stomping, hand clapping ride down memory lane as he blows dust off his vinyl collection to bring you the 30 most popular songs of the year 1963 in the UK. Featuring Ray Charles, The Springfields, Cliff Richard, The Shadows and more.
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Gone are the days of associating graffiti art with vandalism and reckless abandonment of our youth. Take a stroll along a few areas locally and you’ll find our walls and alleys decorated with stunning artwork – breathing new life into gloomy alleys and walls around town. We speak to Eki Escapeva, one of the fast rising influencers in the graffiti art community to find out more. And then, a rundown on exciting events to look out for in the month of February.
Being in the fashion industry as a photographer for several years, Bibo Aswan shares with us what first inspired him and, his experiences with photographing professional models and celebrities. Lee Chwi Lynn goes over what made headlines in the fashion industry. Emma Chong Johnston, Managing Editor of ELLE Malaysia, discusses what is trendy with off-shoulder dresses.
One farmer suffering from the drought in Australia tells BBC Business Daily that it looks "like a lunar landscape", with the ground crackling under his feet. We look at how much the weather conditions have damaged the country's economy. And since the thaw with the US, Cuba is now enjoying a tourist boom - but the country can't keep up with the influx of new visitors - meaning some tourists have ended up sleeping in open squares. (Picture: Cracked land in drought. Credit: Getty Images)
Martin Shkreli is the former boss of a US company called Turing Pharmaceuticals. On Thursday, he appeared before a Congressional hearing on the company's drug pricing policy but refused to answer questions about why he increased the price of a drug called Daraprim - used by many AIDS patients - by more than 5,000%. The technical term for this is "taking the Fifth". But it was Mr Shkreli’s behaviour in the hearing that annoyed many of those watching. Our reporter tells us what happened. Donor nations meeting in London have pledged more than 10 billion dollars to help Syrians affected by more than five years of brutal war. The money is to be spent on food, medical care and shelter, as well as education and jobs for refugees in neighbouring countries. The BBC’s Josh Thorpe reports from the conference. From Aberdeen in Scotland to Asunción in Paraguay, over the past year severe floods have hit many parts of the world. But just how much of the devastation wreaked on communities could ha ...
What the new leaders of CBS and Viacom need to do to keep their companies relevant... new details on the modernization of LAX... phone scams cost Americans billions of dollars ... and how the Super Bowl can predict the stock market.
Balan Kashmir, a solo rapper/songwriter and has written alongside many local and international acts. He roped in his long time producer, Dnavigator to start work on his solo album and is currently performing live shows with the support of DJ Mastermind. In 2014, he released his English Mixtape titled 'Beats, Rhymes & Life' with the first single 'Live My Life' going number one on Hitz FM and got him nominated in 2016 MET10 Awards for Best Male Artiste. Stay tuned for his coming-of-age double disc album scheduled to be released this August or September 2016. If you like what you heard, then head over to our website! That Time Of Night
Ross Yusof & guests Bob Holmes, Ray Jennings & Sam Postlethwaite lookback at the midweek BPL which saw Leicester City move 3 points clear at the top thanks to a brace from Jamie Vardy against Liverpool. One of them, a contender for Goal of the Season. Man City won thanks to Sergio Aguero and Spurs replace Arsenal in 3rd thanks to Harry Kane & Delle Ali. There's also a preview of the weekend which sees the top 2 pitted against each other as Man City welcome Leicester to the Etihad. Will United continue to attack? Even away from home against Chelsea? Full weekend preview, Treatment Table & 3 Big Shouts!
The guys take a look at earnings from blue chip companies Phillip Morris and Royal Dutch Shell, as well as GoPro and Dunkin Brands. Plus, does the outcome of the Superbowl influence the stock market? History says it absolutely does.
The episode where Uma checks out Ola Bola, the much hyped, brand new Malaysian movie from the director of The Journey. Is it any good? Will it rule at cinemas? Is football nostalgia the key to box office success? For more Evening Edition goodness, be sure to check out "Finding the Funny", where Ezra Zaid takes a serious look at the comedy of Woody Allen. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN.
It has been described as the worst humanitarian crisis since World War Two. And today billions of dollars were pledged to help people displaced by the war in Syria, on the first day of an international donor conference in London. The BBC's Joshua Thorpe reports from the event, while Chris Doyle from the Council for Arab-British Understanding argues that simply throwing money at the crisis won't solve it. Modern Baku has been built on oil money - Azerbaijan's capital boasts high rise luxury hotels overlooking the Caspian Sea, and designer boutiques lined up along the grand avenues. But behind the show of wealth - Baku is now really feeling the pinch. The BBC's Elnara Mammodova reports. We also hear from the environmental campaigner George Monbiot, on how we might limit flooding as the effects of climate change worsen. And we talk to the director of a surprise Oscar nominee: a German-French co-production of a film directed by an Israeli Arab, about an encounter between Palestinian nu ...