This week: as cryptocurrencies plummet, some stable coins are not so stable.
This week: the world is running out of sand. The most-exploited resource after water should be recognised as a strategic material and regulated like a mineral commodity
This week: the future of geopolitics. From Australia’s place in Asia to the war in Europe, we discuss new ways of thinking, with Professor Marc Stears.
This week: what should you wear to work: the end of suit and heels and more hybrid office fashion.
This week: we’re on a break but we have something interesting in store for you, we discuss how the way we engage with music is fundamentally changing — from something we listen to, to something we create with.
This week: it really is a Musk when Elon becomes Twitter’s largest shareholder and gets a seat on the board.
This week: the world’s leading suppliers of neon are in Ukraine, and that threatens to make the ongoing microchip shortage even worse.
This week: we discuss the economics and business behind the New York Times’ decision to buy popular internet game Wordle.
This week: fake fact-checking videos take disinformation to a different level.
This week: on International Women's Day why cybersecurity needs more women and what we can do about it with expert Dr Meraiah Foley.
This week: the future of wine is bleak because of millennials, climate, tariffs and taxes; and more remote work and fake companies.
This week: what is the future of universities? As the sector navigates disruption and uncertainty, special guest Professor Mark Scott joins us to discuss the future of higher education.