September 8th, 2015
Episode 483 of 1046 episodes
The bitter story behind Britain's favourite cuppa. A BBC investigation uncovers harsh working conditions at tea plantations in India. Also in the programme, our economic commentator Roger Bootle assesses the latest figures that confirm the Chinese economy is slowing. But what impact is that having on luxury carmaker Rolls Royce? We ask its chief executive Torsten Müller-Ötvös. Plus we have a special report from the BBC's Jennifer Pak in Malaysia on the plight of migrants' undocumented children.
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