The biggest names in the aerospace industry gathered in England for the Farnborough Air Show. But conditions were more turbulent than in previous years. Plane-building giants Airbus and Boeing are slowing down production in anticipation of a fall in demand. One notable announcement from Airbus was that it's drastically reducing the number of A380s it plans to build in the coming years. Is that a sign that airlines have fallen out of love with the superjumbo?
Also in this programme:
- Football to the rescue: how the Euro 2016 championships helped France's beleaguered tourist industry.
- And not for all the tea in China - we look at how coffee is gaining popularity in the world's second-largest economy.
Editor's note: this show was recorded prior to the attack in Nice.