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    播放頻道: 港台電視31、31A
    播出時間: (首播) 2017年3月29日 星期三 晚上9時正
    (重溫) 2017年3月30日 星期四 凌晨12時正
    2017年3月30日 星期四 中午12時正

    Inside the Storm - Lehman Brothers

    In 2008, the collapse of Lehman Brothers was the biggest bankruptcy in history, sending shockwaves throughout the global financial market. This episode tells the story of what went wrong within America's oldest investment bank, and how it devastated even the common man in Asia.

    Cantonese narrator: Alyson Hau

    Channel: RTHK 31 & 31A
    Time: (First run) 2017.3.29 Wed 9:00pm
    (Re-run) 2017.3.30 Thu 00:00am
    2017.3.30 Thu 12:00pm

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    • 商業世界風暴 - 雷曼兄弟

      商業世界風暴 - 雷曼兄弟



      播放頻道: 港台電視31、31A
      播出時間: (首播) 2017年3月29日 星期三 晚上9時正
      (重溫) 2017年3月30日 星期四 凌晨12時正
      2017年3月30日 星期四 中午12時正

      Inside the Storm - Lehman Brothers

      In 2008, the collapse of Lehman Brothers was the biggest bankruptcy in history, sending shockwaves throughout the global financial market. This episode tells the story of what went wrong within America's oldest investment bank, and how it devastated even the common man in Asia.

      Cantonese narrator: Alyson Hau

      Channel: RTHK 31 & 31A
      Time: (First run) 2017.3.29 Wed 9:00pm
      (Re-run) 2017.3.30 Thu 00:00am
      2017.3.30 Thu 12:00pm

    • 商業世界風暴--霸菱銀行




      播放頻道: 港台電視31、31A
      播出時間: (首播) 2017年3月22日 星期三 晚上9時正
      (重溫) 2017年3月23日 星期四 凌晨12時
      2017年3月23日 星期四 中午12時

      Inside the Storm: Barings Bank
      Britain's oldest bank, Barings Brothers had a reputation for security - but in 1995, it became an emblem of scandal. Inside The Storm: Lessons from the Boardroom gets the inside story from Nick Lessons, the man who lost over a billion dollars and sent shockwaves through the world of banking.
      Channel: RTHK 31 & 31A
      Time: (First run) 2017.3.22 Wed 9:00pm
      (Re-run) 2017.3.23 Thu 00:00am
      2017.3.23 Thu 12:00pm

    • 商業世界風暴 - 柯達

      商業世界風暴 - 柯達


      雙語播放:粵語 / 英語

      播放頻道:港台電視 31、31A

      2017年3月15日 星期三 晚上9時正

      2017年3月16日 星期四 凌晨12時
      2017年3月16日 星期四 中午12時

      Kodak was, one of the giants of its era. At its peak Kodak controlled about 80 percent of the film market in the United States, which is the world's largest photography market. Its name was synonymous with photography. But the world was moving fast. A digital technology revolution was sweeping across the globe and destroyed Kodak’s valuable business of selling photographic film - once worth billions. Kodak went from being the world’s leader in photography to being a broken company in little over a decade. What are the real reasons behind the downfall of Kodak?

      Bilingual broadcast : Cantonese / English

      Channel : RTHK31、31A

      Time :
      First run
      2017.3.15 Wed 9:00pm

      2017.3.16 Thu 00:00am
      2017.3.16 Thu 12:00pm

    • 食慾薰心:毀林棕櫚油




      播放頻道: 港台電視 31、31A
      播出時間: (首播)  2017年3月8日 星期三 晚上9時正
      (重溫) 2017年3月9日 星期四 凌晨12時正
      2017年3月9日 星期四 中午12時正

      Money World 3 - Appetite for Destruction: The Palm Oil Diaries

      The palm oil industry has papered over vast swathes of the planet, much of it valuable and ecologically diverse. Forty million tonnes are produced annually, and it can be found in 50% of all packaged foods. Travelling from Cameroon, to Guatemala, to Colombia the doc investigates what has catalysed this new industry and the social and environmental impact of its exponential growth. Palm oil has dominated the environmental press in recent years, amid claims of deforestation and the detrimental effects of monoculture. Michael Dorgan set out to investigate these claims. In Cameroon, where palm oil has been cultivated for almost two centuries, the palm plantations have stayed consistent in size, and remain largely small scale family operations. The community revolves around the plantation, and the wealth it generates supports hospitals and schools. But in Guatemala it’s a very different story. The local Mayan population are forced into selling their land to the palm companies, and branded terrorists if they resist. This crafted doc questions whether palm oil is quite the Godsend that many initially thought it was?

      Channel: RTHK 31 & 31A
      Time: (First Run)  2017.3.8 Wed 9:00pm
      (Re-run) 2017.3.9 Thu 00:00am
      2017.3.9 Thu 12:00pm

    • 二手衫的秘密之旅






      播放頻道: 港台電視31、31A
      播出時間: (首播) 2017年3月1日 星期三 晚上9時正
      (重溫) 2017年3月2日 星期四 凌晨12時
      2017年3月2日 星期四 中午12時

      Each year, we give thousands of tons of our unwanted clothes to charity shops. But where do they actually go? It turns out most don't ever reach the rail of the local charity shop. Instead - they are exported to Africa. And even though we have given them away for free, our castoffs have created a multimillion-dollar industry and some of the world's poorest people pay good money to buy them.

      In this revealing film, charismatic paralympian Ade Adepitan tells the fascinating story of the afterlife of our clothes. He follows the trail to Ghana, the biggest importer of our castoffs where 1000’s of tonnes of our old clothes arrive every week. Ade meets the people who make a living from our old castoffs, from wholesalers and markets traders to the importers raking in more than the average yearly wage in a single day!

      But not everyone is profiting…With cheaply made western clothes flooding the market, the local textile industry has been decimated. Ade visits one of the last remaining cloth factories and finds it on its knees. And the deluge of our clothes isn't just destroying jobs; it has also had a knock-on effect on Ghanaian culture. Western outfits are fast replacing iconic West African prints and traditional garb. Ade travels to remote villages to find everyone wearing British high street brands. Prepare to open your eyes… to the secret life of your clothes.

      Channel: RTHK 31 & 31A
      Time: (First run) 2017.3.1 Wed 9:00pm
      (Re-run) 2017.3.2 Thu 00:00am
      2017.3.2 Thu 12:00pm

    • 自動化與職場的遠景




      播放頻道: 港台電視 31、31A
      播出時間: (首播)  2017年2月22日 星期三 晚上9時正
      (重溫) 2017年2月23日 星期四 凌晨12時
      2017年2月23日 星期四 中午12時

      "Automation and the future of jobs" is a documentary exploring how digitalization, robotics and automation could reshape the future of jobs.

      What happens to jobs in a world increasingly handled by computers and machines? Will we be able to create new jobs at the same rate as the old ones disappear? If not, what will be left for the people that have been replaced by the machines and the algorithms?

      Thoughtful interviews with some of the planet's most distinguished economists and futurists are interspersed with visits to workplaces around the world, that provide clues as to what the future might look like.

      The documentary travels to Silicon Valley and examines the progress of self-driving cars, a technology that could make millions of jobs in the transportation industry redundant.

      The reporter also visits one of the world's most efficient storage logistics companies, which instead of hiring thousands of workers invested in 200 robots.

      And the audience will get to meet the algorithm-based software that writes articles on its own for the prestigious newspaper Los Angeles Times..

      Channel: RTHK 31 & 31A
      Time: (First run)  2017.2.22 Wed 9:00pm
      (Re-run) 2017.2.23 Thu 00:00am
      2017.2.23 Thu 12:00pm

    • 埃塞俄比亞的荷蘭玫瑰








      播放頻道: 港台電視31、31A
      播出時間: (首播) 2017年2月15日 星期三 晚上9時正
      (重溫) 2017年2月16日 星期四 凌晨12時
      2017年2月16日 星期四 中午12時


      One of the world’s largest rose producers is located in Ethiopia, the Dutch company SHER. Every day, SHER produces between 3 and 4 million roses for the European market. The roses carry the Fairtrade label, an international certificate for fair and sustainable products. Zembla travels to Africa and investigates how “fairly” the roses are produced.

      It turns out the rose laborers earn on average 1.5 euros a day. According to experts, this is not enough to make ends meet. SHER employs over ten thousand people in Ethiopia. Annual reports show that the 42 employees at SHER’s Dutch office in Aalsmeer together earn more than 10,000 Ethiopian colleagues who work in the greenhouses.

      Besides fair trade, Fairtrade also promises sustainability. Geographer Marcel Rutten states that producing the roses requires at least 2000 Olympic-sized swimming pools worth of water every year. In Ethiopia it turns out that SHER’s use of water leads to the nearby river running dry.

      An internal report shows that the wastewater contains substances that harm the ecology. The same substances are also in the SHER roses we buy at the supermarket. Professor of toxicology Martin van den Berg analyzed the data: “These substances are harmful and can lead to fertility problems and miscarriage.”

      In these times of extreme drought the Ethiopian government needs tax income to feed its population. An anonymous source gives us SHER’s tax data. They show that in 5 years (2011-2015), the company has paid only 420,000 euros. SHER has an annual turnover 50 million euros, on average. SHER tells us “there is absolutely no question of tax avoidance or evasion. ?

      Channel: RTHK 31 & 31A
      Time: (First Run) 2017.2.15 Wed 9:00pm
      (Re-run) 2017.2.16 Thu 00:00am
      2017.2.16 Thu 12:00pm

      Bilingual: Cantonese/ Dutch

    • 公平何價


      在阿特蘭大,行為科學家莎拉・布朗森研究僧帽猴,質疑進化過程引起我們傾向自私的說法,我們對不公制度所感到的忿怒是否深植於人類需互相合作的渴求中? 我們走訪哥斯達黎加及冰島,分析他們如何重組經濟系統,建立更公平的制度,亦會看看美國的種族歧視如何打擊民眾對建立一個公義制度的希望。 我們由種姓歧視的印度村落走到對種族問題敏感的密蘇里州弗格森市街頭,探討我們對公平的概念,尋求改變不公制度的方法。

      播放頻道: 港台電視 31、31A
      播出時間: (首播)  2017年2月8日 星期三 晚上9時正
      (重溫) 2017年2月9日 星期四 凌晨12時正
      2017年2月9日 星期四 中午12時正

      Money World 3 - The Price of Fairness

      Why do we accept huge levels of inequality and social injustice? This is one of the central questions that The Price of Fairness sets out to answer, beginning with a surprising set of social experiments in Norway, which suggest that our willingness to support systems of inequality is far greater than we are often prepared to admit.
      In Atlanta, from the perspective of a group of capuchin monkeys. Behavioural scientist Sarah Bronson’s work with the monkeys questions the idea that we have an evolutionary tendency towards selfish behaviour. Could it be that the outrage we feel towards systems of inequality have roots in our human need for cooperation? We visit Costa Rica and Iceland to see how whole economies have been engineered to function with greater ‘fairness’, and the US where systematic racial injustices have tested many of their citizens hopes for a fairer justice system. From the caste-biased villages of India to the race-sensitive streets of Ferguson, Missouri, this documentary explores our understanding of fairness and what it takes to change an unfair system.
      Touching on issues of economic, political, racial and gender inequality, this film offers a thought-provoking and timely look at what fairness really means to us?

      Channel: RTHK 31 & 31A
      Time: (First Run)  2017.2.8 Wed 9:00pm
      (Re-run) 2017.2.9 Thu 00:00am
      2017.2.9 Thu 12:00pm

    • 高等教育 新環球經濟戰

      高等教育 新環球經濟戰



      播放頻道: 港台電視 31、31A
      播出時間: (首播)  2017年2月1日 星期三 晚上9時正
      (重溫) 2017年2月2日 星期四 凌晨12時
      2017年2月2日 星期四 中午12時

      With the birth of the knowledge society, higher education is booming. There were 13 million university students in 1960. In 2015, their ranks had swollen to nearly 200 million. The number of students attending university is exploding around the globe, as a gigantic global student market is being forged… It’s a simple fact: for the past two decades, the new wealth producing champions have been business executives and members of the intellectual and scientific professions.

      Universities are operating in the world’s most competitive knowledge economy. They are waging a ferocious battle to attract the brightest minds from around the globe. We delve into the key seats of decision-making, where money and politics intermingle, and show the deep cultural divide between a lucrative Anglo-Saxon model of funding and the universal independent European. The program also documented the emergence of a new class of over-educated and over-indebted workers.

      Who really benefits from this heightened competition? Just how much debt should students take on? What is the real price for our societies? Is higher education set to be a big market?

      Channel: RTHK 31 & 31A
      Time: (First Run)  2017.2.1 Wed 9:00pm
      (Re-run) 2017.2.2 Thu 00:00am
      2017.2.2 Thu 12:00pm

    • 美國反貪警察




      播放頻道: 港台電視31、31A
      播出時間: (首播) 2017年1月25日 星期三 晚上9時正
      (重溫) 2017年1月25日 星期四 凌晨12時
      2017年1月26日 星期四 中午12時

      Any company that makes payments in dollars or send emails that pass through a US server like google can be sanctioned in American courts if they break American anti-corruption law. It doesn’t matter if their actions are perfectly legal in their own country. America claims that corruption hurts everyone and that their actions promote good business practice. But this anti-corruption crusade is also undeniably a way of weakening or eliminating foreign compétition, gaining valuable commercial information and funding the US treasury.


      When Technip paid a kickback to the President of Nigeria to secure a contract in 1995, this form of business practice was still legal in France. In contrast, in America it was illegal. And 15 years later, Technip was fined an unprecedented $338 million. Not co-operating would have incurred even more severe consequences. In recent years, multiple foreign companies have paid hundreds of millions in fines to the US government.?

      Channel: RTHK 31 & 31A
      Time: (First Run) 2017.1.25 Wed 9:00pm
      (Re-run) 2017.1.26 Thu 00:00am
      2017.1.26 Thu 12:00pm