With George Alagiah.
The BBC's political editor discusses the way globalisation is transforming city life with his guests, sociologists Saskia Sassen and Richard Sennett.
A friend and confidante to the stars, Barry Joule is said to have inherited money, paintings or property from artist Francis Bacon, dancer Rudolf Nureyev and model Toto Koopman. But how did this little-known man become one of the greatest arts networkers of all time? Film-maker Margy Kinmonth tries to pin down the man behind the enigma.
The curious tale of Marco Polo House in south-west London, whose tenants were nearly all struck by commercial disaster.
The story of the riches-to-rags story that was the Thai economy in the 1990s.