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Business cities: Andrew Tuck speaks to commuters, planners and creatives in Sydney, Beijing, Paris and London to learn what makes a good place do business.
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How to keep a city clean: we meet a London street sweeper, learn why Malmö ditched rubbish trucks and look at Milan’s graffiti problem.
Urban neighbours: the Chilean mayor re-housing dogs, an Australian whose garage sale have gone global and the San Francisco restaurateur who created a food park.
Rivers: Tom Bolton guides us down London’s lost waterways and we learn about plans to turn part of New York’s East River into a resort.
Crime and the city: the Chicago prison in a skyscraper, how Oslo street lighting prevents crime and a look at New York gangsters of old.
How New York is bringing back small businesses, urban researcher John Bingham-Hall on Detroit and Richard Florida on how to fix a city.
Skyscrapers: This week’s show is all about tall buildings, from icons of hope to crumbling remains of empires in decline.
We learn about an ice hockey stadium turned into a grocery store, ask how London cabs could be greener and visit Zürich’s Freitag Tower.
Looking at education, we visit Vancouver where public salons are improving speech, stopping via Shanghai, we also attend the Bartlett School of Planning in London.