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Wednesday's business with Dominic O'Connell

Big British companies are doing well at getting women on boards – but about what the next layer of management down?

(Image: London skyline as seen from Tower 42 with the "Gherkin" (foreground), 30 St Mary Axe and Canary Wharf (background) Credit: Press Association)

Gutsy Women

Former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her daughter Chelsea Clinton on US and global politics, their next steps, and their joint project - the Book of Gutsy Women. This is the longer version of an interview played on the programme.

(Image: Hillary Clinton, Chelsea Clinton and Mishal Husain, credit: BBC)

Phoebe Waller-Bridge: Fleabag to Bond

After writing and starring in the hit show Fleabag, Phoebe Waller-Bridge went on to create the comic thriller Killing Eve and has been drafted in to help write the new James Bond film. Now scripts for the Emmy award-winning series are being published in a new book: "Fleabag the Scriptures". Phoebe Waller-Bridge speaks to arts correspondent Rebecca Jones.

(Image: Phoebe Waller-Bridge, credit: Getty Images)

Friday's business with Rob Young

Retailers are braced for a terrible Christmas after a string of yet more bad news this week

(Image: crowds of shoppers on Market Street in Manchester. Credit: Press Association)

Is Nigel Farage the remain campaign's secret weapon?

The leader of the Brexit Party won't himself be standing as a candidate in the election - but is there a chance his party's strategy could split the Brexit vote? He tells us the deal Boris Johnson has negotiated is not Brexit, and should be challenged.

(Image: Nigel Farage. Credit: Danny Lawson/PA)

Thursday's business with Dharshini David

The major parties are unveiling their spending plans - and changing the rules about how much government can borrow. But how much debt could we be saddled with?

(Image: Chancellor Sajid Javid with shadow chancellor John McDonnell. Credit: Getty Images)

Wednesday's business with Rob Young

The country's biggest gambling companies are promising to fundamentally change how they are run, in an attempt to head off tighter regulation

(Image: a fixed odds betting terminal in a bookmakers. Credit: Reuters)

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