Greece’s battered economy is braced for yet more austerity under a third bailout programme. The country has already lost more than a quarter of its GDP in the past five years, and one in four people are out of work. We speak to a Greek entrepreneur about the difficulties she’s facing, and we ask Sony Kapoor from the think tank Re-Define if it’s even possible for Greece to grow its economy.
Also on the show: it's been five years since the Dodd-Frank financial reforms were passed in the United States. And what makes a jingle stick? We look into the science of a signature tune.