April 27th, 2015
Episode 226 of 836 episodes
After the failure of last Friday's talks in Riga between Greece and its creditors, we speak to Francesco Papadia, a former insider at the European Central Bank, about his view of the eurozone debt crisis. Could the ECB be left holding the Greek tab? Also, we look at the way FC Midtjylland, a Danish football club that few football fans outside the country had heard of until this season, is now beating richer, better-known rivals, apparently just by crunching the numbers. And finally Lucy Kellaway of the Financial Times asks how much a quest for spiritual peace should be used as a justification for a super-rich boss taking leave of his position.