Europe TV Schedule

All times CET

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Region:
  1. U.S.
  2. Europe
  3. Asia

March 2, 2015

Time Program
0:00

First Up with Angie Lau

Bloomberg Television's award winning morning show takes a look at market openings in Asia and analyzes all the breaking news stories essential for your business day ahead.

2:00

Trending Business

News and information is coming at you from every angle and the moods of business changing faster. Trending Business is the show across it all. From Bloomberg's Asia headquarters, it keeps you up with all the trends - from market moves to the latest innovation, all the stories you need to know about and the ones everyone has a view on.

4:00

Asia Edge

Get to the bottom of the days major issues influencing business decisions. Asia Edge gives viewers a deeper perspective through extended interviews with the region's newsmakers as well as fast-paced panel discussions featuring Bloomberg's market reporters, business experts and influential guests. Stay ahead of the business day with Asia Edge.

5:00

Made by Modi: Indian's Budget

Join Bloomberg TV India Anchor Harsha Subramaniam and his panel live in Hong Kong as they discuss the impact of India's Budget on investors in Asia.

5:30

Oleg Tinkov: Making Money in the Motherland

Oleg Tinkov is one of Russia's most prolific, patriotic and provocative serial entrepreneurs. Ryan Chilcote meets the Siberian tycoon to talk making money in today's Russia, Vladimir Putin, the West and sanctions.

6:00

Charlie Rose

Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, scientists and other newsmakers in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions.

7:00

Countdown

Countdown, presented by Anna Edwards, Mark Barton and Manus Cranny, tracks the breaking business news and top stories in the lead-up to the opening of European markets.

9:00

On The Move

On the Move goes on the air as the markets open across Europe. Jonathan Ferro tracks the breaking stories and explores their impact upon those markets through expert analysis and interviews with the big business players.

10:00

The Pulse

Francine Lacqua and Guy Johnson provide commentary and analysis on the developing stories from around Europe along with a look-ahead to what's likely to dominate the U.S. business agenda.

12:00

Bloomberg Surveillance

Tom Keene, Brendan Greeley and Olivia Sterns bring insight on the top business stories and the state of the markets getting you ready for the day ahead.

14:00

In The Loop with Betty Liu

Betty Liu and a team of reporters and analysts report all of the day's business and markets news as the trading day begins.

16:00

Market Makers

Erik Schatzker and Stephanie Ruhle use analysis, insights and A-list guests to help set up your daily market trades.

18:00

Money Clip

Money Clip uses the most eye-catching videos, breakthrough interviews, and visually captivating company stories on Bloomberg to show you what's happening right now - in business, on the web, and around the world.

19:00

Bloomberg West

The only daily news program focused exclusively on technology, innovation, media, and the future of business with Emily Chang and Cory Johnson.

20:00

Bloomberg Bottom Line with Mark Crumpton

Bottom Line covers the critical business headlines, economic analysis, and market-moving political developments before the closing bell. Get the stories that effect your money, your community, and your world.

21:00

Street Smart with Trish Regan

Trish Regan walks you through the close of US markets, while taking an in depth look at the companies, people, politics and global issues that could impact your money and the way you do business..

23:00

Charlie Rose

Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, scientists and other newsmakers in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions.

March 3, 2015

Time Program
0:00

First Up with Angie Lau

Bloomberg Television's award winning morning show takes a look at market openings in Asia and analyzes all the breaking news stories essential for your business day ahead.

2:00

Trending Business

News and information is coming at you from every angle and the moods of business changing faster. Trending Business is the show across it all. From Bloomberg's Asia headquarters, it keeps you up with all the trends - from market moves to the latest innovation, all the stories you need to know about and the ones everyone has a view on.

4:00

Asia Edge

Get to the bottom of the days major issues influencing business decisions. Asia Edge gives viewers a deeper perspective through extended interviews with the region's newsmakers as well as fast-paced panel discussions featuring Bloomberg's market reporters, business experts and influential guests. Stay ahead of the business day with Asia Edge.

5:00

Bloomberg West

The only daily news program focused exclusively on technology, innovation, media, and the future of business with Emily Chang and Cory Johnson.

6:00

Charlie Rose

Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, scientists and other newsmakers in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions.

7:00

Countdown

Countdown, presented by Anna Edwards, Mark Barton and Manus Cranny, tracks the breaking business news and top stories in the lead-up to the opening of European markets.

9:00

On The Move

On the Move goes on the air as the markets open across Europe. Jonathan Ferro tracks the breaking stories and explores their impact upon those markets through expert analysis and interviews with the big business players.

10:00

The Pulse

Francine Lacqua and Guy Johnson provide commentary and analysis on the developing stories from around Europe along with a look-ahead to what's likely to dominate the U.S. business agenda.

12:00

Bloomberg Surveillance

Tom Keene, Brendan Greeley and Olivia Sterns bring insight on the top business stories and the state of the markets getting you ready for the day ahead.

14:00

In The Loop with Betty Liu

Betty Liu and a team of reporters and analysts report all of the day's business and markets news as the trading day begins.

16:00

Market Makers

Erik Schatzker and Stephanie Ruhle use analysis, insights and A-list guests to help set up your daily market trades.

18:00

Money Clip

Money Clip uses the most eye-catching videos, breakthrough interviews, and visually captivating company stories on Bloomberg to show you what's happening right now - in business, on the web, and around the world.

19:00

Bloomberg West

The only daily news program focused exclusively on technology, innovation, media, and the future of business with Emily Chang and Cory Johnson.

20:00

Bloomberg Bottom Line with Mark Crumpton

Bottom Line covers the critical business headlines, economic analysis, and market-moving political developments before the closing bell. Get the stories that effect your money, your community, and your world.

21:00

Street Smart with Trish Regan

Trish Regan walks you through the close of US markets, while taking an in depth look at the companies, people, politics and global issues that could impact your money and the way you do business..

23:00

Charlie Rose

Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, scientists and other newsmakers in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions.

March 4, 2015

Time Program
0:00

First Up with Angie Lau

Bloomberg Television's award winning morning show takes a look at market openings in Asia and analyzes all the breaking news stories essential for your business day ahead.

2:00

Trending Business

News and information is coming at you from every angle and the moods of business changing faster. Trending Business is the show across it all. From Bloomberg's Asia headquarters, it keeps you up with all the trends - from market moves to the latest innovation, all the stories you need to know about and the ones everyone has a view on.

4:00

Asia Edge

Get to the bottom of the days major issues influencing business decisions. Asia Edge gives viewers a deeper perspective through extended interviews with the region's newsmakers as well as fast-paced panel discussions featuring Bloomberg's market reporters, business experts and influential guests. Stay ahead of the business day with Asia Edge.

5:00

Bloomberg West

The only daily news program focused exclusively on technology, innovation, media, and the future of business with Emily Chang and Cory Johnson.

6:00

Charlie Rose

Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, scientists and other newsmakers in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions.

7:00

Countdown

Countdown, presented by Anna Edwards, Mark Barton and Manus Cranny, tracks the breaking business news and top stories in the lead-up to the opening of European markets.

9:00

On The Move

On the Move goes on the air as the markets open across Europe. Jonathan Ferro tracks the breaking stories and explores their impact upon those markets through expert analysis and interviews with the big business players.

10:00

The Pulse

Francine Lacqua and Guy Johnson provide commentary and analysis on the developing stories from around Europe along with a look-ahead to what's likely to dominate the U.S. business agenda.

12:00

Bloomberg Surveillance

Tom Keene, Brendan Greeley and Olivia Sterns bring insight on the top business stories and the state of the markets getting you ready for the day ahead.

14:00

In The Loop with Betty Liu

Betty Liu and a team of reporters and analysts report all of the day's business and markets news as the trading day begins.

16:00

Market Makers

Erik Schatzker and Stephanie Ruhle use analysis, insights and A-list guests to help set up your daily market trades.

18:00

Money Clip

Money Clip uses the most eye-catching videos, breakthrough interviews, and visually captivating company stories on Bloomberg to show you what's happening right now - in business, on the web, and around the world.

19:00

Bloomberg West

The only daily news program focused exclusively on technology, innovation, media, and the future of business with Emily Chang and Cory Johnson.

20:00

Bloomberg Bottom Line with Mark Crumpton

Bottom Line covers the critical business headlines, economic analysis, and market-moving political developments before the closing bell. Get the stories that effect your money, your community, and your world.

21:00

Street Smart with Trish Regan

Trish Regan walks you through the close of US markets, while taking an in depth look at the companies, people, politics and global issues that could impact your money and the way you do business..

23:00

Charlie Rose

Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, scientists and other newsmakers in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions.

March 5, 2015

Time Program
0:00

First Up with Angie Lau

Bloomberg Television's award winning morning show takes a look at market openings in Asia and analyzes all the breaking news stories essential for your business day ahead.

2:00

Trending Business

News and information is coming at you from every angle and the moods of business changing faster. Trending Business is the show across it all. From Bloomberg's Asia headquarters, it keeps you up with all the trends - from market moves to the latest innovation, all the stories you need to know about and the ones everyone has a view on.

4:00

Asia Edge

Get to the bottom of the days major issues influencing business decisions. Asia Edge gives viewers a deeper perspective through extended interviews with the region's newsmakers as well as fast-paced panel discussions featuring Bloomberg's market reporters, business experts and influential guests. Stay ahead of the business day with Asia Edge.

5:00

Bloomberg West

The only daily news program focused exclusively on technology, innovation, media, and the future of business with Emily Chang and Cory Johnson.

6:00

Charlie Rose

Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, scientists and other newsmakers in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions.

7:00

Countdown

Countdown, presented by Anna Edwards, Mark Barton and Manus Cranny, tracks the breaking business news and top stories in the lead-up to the opening of European markets.

9:00

On The Move

On the Move goes on the air as the markets open across Europe. Jonathan Ferro tracks the breaking stories and explores their impact upon those markets through expert analysis and interviews with the big business players.

10:00

The Pulse

Francine Lacqua and Guy Johnson provide commentary and analysis on the developing stories from around Europe along with a look-ahead to what's likely to dominate the U.S. business agenda.

12:00

Bloomberg Surveillance

Tom Keene, Brendan Greeley and Olivia Sterns bring insight on the top business stories and the state of the markets getting you ready for the day ahead.

14:00

In The Loop with Betty Liu

Betty Liu and a team of reporters and analysts report all of the day's business and markets news as the trading day begins.

16:00

Market Makers

Erik Schatzker and Stephanie Ruhle use analysis, insights and A-list guests to help set up your daily market trades.

18:00

Money Clip

Money Clip uses the most eye-catching videos, breakthrough interviews, and visually captivating company stories on Bloomberg to show you what's happening right now - in business, on the web, and around the world.

19:00

Bloomberg West

The only daily news program focused exclusively on technology, innovation, media, and the future of business with Emily Chang and Cory Johnson.

20:00

Invest DRC

The Democratic Republic of Congo is Africa’s second largest country and potentially one of the world’s richest but one with a complex past. From mining and finance to infrastructure and transport, find out which sectors are set to boost the economy and the leaders and players spearheading this drive.

20:30

Horizons: Cost Conscious Science

There is a lot we can learn from technology in the developing world. When there are significant constraints in resources -- from money to energy, time and know-how -- innovators can be extremely economical. Small-scale entrepreneurs are increasingly making cheap and ingenious discoveries that will improve the lives of many -- not just in today’s emerging economies but also global markets. Frugal innovation, as it is sometimes called, is now spreading. We look at affordable self-diagnostic malarial and HIV tests, microscopes that sell for 50 U.S. cents, disease diagnoses using smart phones and other devices.

21:00

Street Smart with Trish Regan

Trish Regan walks you through the close of US markets, while taking an in depth look at the companies, people, politics and global issues that could impact your money and the way you do business..

23:00

Charlie Rose

Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, scientists and other newsmakers in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions.

March 6, 2015

Time Program
0:00

First Up with Angie Lau

Bloomberg Television's award winning morning show takes a look at market openings in Asia and analyzes all the breaking news stories essential for your business day ahead.

2:00

Trending Business

News and information is coming at you from every angle and the moods of business changing faster. Trending Business is the show across it all. From Bloomberg's Asia headquarters, it keeps you up with all the trends - from market moves to the latest innovation, all the stories you need to know about and the ones everyone has a view on.

4:00

Asia Edge

Get to the bottom of the days major issues influencing business decisions. Asia Edge gives viewers a deeper perspective through extended interviews with the region's newsmakers as well as fast-paced panel discussions featuring Bloomberg's market reporters, business experts and influential guests. Stay ahead of the business day with Asia Edge.

5:00

Bloomberg West

The only daily news program focused exclusively on technology, innovation, media, and the future of business with Emily Chang and Cory Johnson.

6:00

Charlie Rose

Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, scientists and other newsmakers in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions.

7:00

Countdown

Countdown, presented by Anna Edwards, Mark Barton and Manus Cranny, tracks the breaking business news and top stories in the lead-up to the opening of European markets.

9:00

On The Move

On the Move goes on the air as the markets open across Europe. Jonathan Ferro tracks the breaking stories and explores their impact upon those markets through expert analysis and interviews with the big business players.

10:00

The Pulse

Francine Lacqua and Guy Johnson provide commentary and analysis on the developing stories from around Europe along with a look-ahead to what's likely to dominate the U.S. business agenda.

12:00

Bloomberg Surveillance

Tom Keene, Brendan Greeley and Olivia Sterns bring insight on the top business stories and the state of the markets getting you ready for the day ahead.

14:00

In The Loop with Betty Liu

Betty Liu and a team of reporters and analysts report all of the day's business and markets news as the trading day begins.

16:00

Market Makers

Erik Schatzker and Stephanie Ruhle use analysis, insights and A-list guests to help set up your daily market trades.

19:00

Bloomberg West

The only daily news program focused exclusively on technology, innovation, media, and the future of business with Emily Chang and Cory Johnson.

20:00

African Business Weekly

African Business Weekly reviews the most important business and economic stories and their impact across the continent. We'll be analyzing the markets and debating the African agenda with leading experts. Presented by Uche Okoronkwo and Boason Omofaye from Lagos and London with Eleni Goikos from Johannesburg.

20:30

Africa Trending

Going beyond business, Africa Trending brings you the top stories from around the continent. Every week, Savahna Nightingale takes us on a journey covering culture, from film to fashion, art to music, to sport, literature and lifestyle – bringing you the latest events, interviews and news that has Africa talking. It’s an interactive program that also captures the African continent’s heartbeat through social media and invites the audience to have their say on Twitter @AfricaTrending.

21:00

Street Smart with Trish Regan

Trish Regan walks you through the close of US markets, while taking an in depth look at the companies, people, politics and global issues that could impact your money and the way you do business..

23:00

Charlie Rose

Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, scientists and other newsmakers in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions.

March 7, 2015

Time Program
0:00

Bloomberg West

The only daily news program focused exclusively on technology, innovation, media, and the future of business with Emily Chang and Cory Johnson.

1:00

Studio 1.0: Malcolm Gladwell

Host Emily Chang sits down with Malcolm Gladwell, author of The Tipping Point, Blink, David & Goliath and others. Gladwell discusses the sources of inspiration for his work, and the creative process behind writing five best-selling books.

1:30

Studio 1.0: Chamath Palihapitiya

Outspoken tech investor Chamath Palihapitiya speaks with host Emily Chang about his diverse investments, and how he thinks the issue of inequality in Silicon Valley can be solved.

2:00

Studio 1.0: Bill Gurley

Legendary Benchmark Capital venture capitalist, Bill Gurley speaks with host Emily Chang about the transformation of Silicon Valley since the dotcom bubble of 1990s and where he's placing his next bet.

2:30

Studio 1.0: Peter Thiel

Founders Fund Managing Partner and PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel speaks with host Emily Chang about his new book "Zero to One", and shares his philosophy on who are the biggest innovators in technology.

3:00

THE PLAYER: Secrets of a Vegas Whale

Trish Regan takes you inside the secret world of a Las Vegas high roller who wins millions at the casinos -- and reveals how the gambling industry may be more beatable than you think. Learn how one gambler transformed himself from mediocre card player into the man who brought down the house. Featuring: Steve Wynn (CEO, Wynn Resorts), Jim Murren (CEO, MGM Resorts Ltd), Gary Loveman (CEO,Caesars Entertainment) Bill Boyd (Chairman, Boyd Ltd), Trish Regan and, the ultimate Vegas whale Don Johnson.

4:00

Inside LEGO

LEGO, the company known by kids and parents alike for its colorful building bricks, is hugely successful. Over the last four years it has enjoyed double digit growth. But, just ten years ago, the company was losing nearly a million dollars a day. Bloomberg traveled to the company’s headquarters in Denmark to get a glimpse into LEGO’s history, its production, its fans, the LEGO family billionaires and the young boss who rebuilt one of the world’s most loved toy companies.

4:30

Haiti: Open for Business?

Bloomberg's Stephanie Ruhle visits Haiti to find out if it is the next emerging market. Five years after the country was hit by a devastating earthquake the government says Haiti is "Open for Business." Despite mass unemployment and horrible infrastructure problems, some say there are huge opportunities for foreign investors.

5:00

Charlie Rose

Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, scientists and other newsmakers in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions.

6:00

Studio 1.0: Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is attempting to change the way the world communicates - again. The tech billionaire is providing free mobile Internet access people in the most remote areas of the globe. Will this bring in the next billion Facebook users?

6:30

Studio 1.0: Max Levchin

Paypal co-founder and Affirm CEO Max Levchin shares with host Emily Chang how his roots as a Russian immigrant led him to be one of the most successful entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley.

7:00

The Great Disrupters: Businessweek Anniversary

For its 85th anniversary, Bloomberg Businessweek chronicles the most disruptive ideas of the past 85 years. 'The Great Disrupters' goes straight to the innovators themselves to hear how they came up with ideas that changed the world.

8:00

Inside PepsiCo

Bloomberg's "Inside" visits one of the world's largest food and beverage companies, PepsiCo. Featuring an exclusive interview and access into the company's Gatorade and Snacks research and development facilities.

8:30

Inside Johnson & Johnson

Inside Johnson & Johnson takes you behind the doors of the world's biggest healthcare products company. We talk to the CEO about J&J's strategy to expand in emerging markets and why the 128-year company is taking a page from Silicon Valley when it comes to trying to create the next big thing.

9:00

BRINK: Aquapods, Volkswagen, Palomar Medical Ctr

Farming, manufacturing, and home construction are three pillars of American industry, and the 21st century has ushered in a sustainable and profitable approach to all three.

9:30

BRINK: Masdar

The United Arab Emirates – a country enriched by its massive oil reserves – is looking to position itself as a leader in a post-petroleum world. So they’ve built Masdar City, a zero-carbon, zero-waste urban center that could sustain a 40,000 person population, 1,500 clean tech businesses, and 50,000 commuters -- while using 20% of the power of a conventional city of a smaller size. The centerpiece of the project is the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, a post-graduate university established in partnership with MIT that aims to be a hotbed for future innovation.

10:00

Studio 1.0: Paul Graham & Jessica Livingston

Y Combinator co-founders Paul Graham and Jessica Livingston: Host Emily Chang discuss how the husband and wife couple started one of Silicon Valley's most successful tech incubators.

10:30

Studio 1.0: Aaron Sorkin

Host Emily Chang sits down with Aaron Sorkin, writer/producer of "A Few Good Men", "West Wing" and "The Social Network" among others. On the eve of "The Newsroom's" third season premiere, Sorkin opens up on everything from his next big project, a biopic on Steve Jobs to his battle with Cocaine addiction.

11:00

THE PLAYER: Secrets of a Vegas Whale

Trish Regan takes you inside the secret world of a Las Vegas high roller who wins millions at the casinos -- and reveals how the gambling industry may be more beatable than you think. Learn how one gambler transformed himself from mediocre card player into the man who brought down the house. Featuring: Steve Wynn (CEO, Wynn Resorts), Jim Murren (CEO, MGM Resorts Ltd), Gary Loveman (CEO,Caesars Entertainment) Bill Boyd (Chairman, Boyd Ltd), Trish Regan and, the ultimate Vegas whale Don Johnson.

12:00

Inside LEGO

LEGO, the company known by kids and parents alike for its colorful building bricks, is hugely successful. Over the last four years it has enjoyed double digit growth. But, just ten years ago, the company was losing nearly a million dollars a day. Bloomberg traveled to the company’s headquarters in Denmark to get a glimpse into LEGO’s history, its production, its fans, the LEGO family billionaires and the young boss who rebuilt one of the world’s most loved toy companies.

12:30

Haiti: Open for Business?

Bloomberg's Stephanie Ruhle visits Haiti to find out if it is the next emerging market. Five years after the country was hit by a devastating earthquake the government says Haiti is "Open for Business." Despite mass unemployment and horrible infrastructure problems, some say there are huge opportunities for foreign investors.

13:00

Studio 1.0: Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is attempting to change the way the world communicates - again. The tech billionaire is providing free mobile Internet access people in the most remote areas of the globe. Will this bring in the next billion Facebook users?

13:30

Studio 1.0: Max Levchin

Paypal co-founder and Affirm CEO Max Levchin shares with host Emily Chang how his roots as a Russian immigrant led him to be one of the most successful entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley.

14:00

Titans at the Table

Betty Liu sits down with the Titans of the food industry to discuss the business of running culinary empires with Mario Batali, Rachael Ray, Bobby Flay, and Tom Colicchio.

15:00

Titans at the Table: The Rise of Macau

Bloomberg's "Titans at the Table" takes you inside Macau, the new global champion of gambling that's leaving Las Vegas in the dust. With exclusive interviews from casino magnates Sheldon Adelson, Lawrence Ho and Pansy Ho.

15:30

Titans at the Table: Jonathan Tisch

Jonathan M. Tisch, Chairman of Loews Hotels and co-owner of the New York Giants, gives Bloomberg Correspondent Betty Liu a private, behind the scenes tour of the Giant's home turf - MetLife Stadium and a sneak peek of the new Lowes Regency which re-opens on January 16. The iconic hotel and home of the "power breakfast" has just undergone a $100 million renovation and is already booked solid for Super Bowl weekend.

16:00

BRINK: Masdar

The United Arab Emirates – a country enriched by its massive oil reserves – is looking to position itself as a leader in a post-petroleum world. So they’ve built Masdar City, a zero-carbon, zero-waste urban center that could sustain a 40,000 person population, 1,500 clean tech businesses, and 50,000 commuters -- while using 20% of the power of a conventional city of a smaller size. The centerpiece of the project is the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, a post-graduate university established in partnership with MIT that aims to be a hotbed for future innovation.

16:30

BRINK: MC10, Ekso Bionics, Houze

Healthcare technology is accelerating at an unprecedented speed. Hospitals are smarter and more flexible than ever before. Wearable electronics can collect valuable data and communicate to health care workers in real time. Paraplegics can now take their first steps.

17:00

Inside PepsiCo

Bloomberg's "Inside" visits one of the world's largest food and beverage companies, PepsiCo. Featuring an exclusive interview and access into the company's Gatorade and Snacks research and development facilities.

17:30

Inside Johnson & Johnson

Inside Johnson & Johnson takes you behind the doors of the world's biggest healthcare products company. We talk to the CEO about J&J's strategy to expand in emerging markets and why the 128-year company is taking a page from Silicon Valley when it comes to trying to create the next big thing.

18:00

The Great Disrupters: Businessweek Anniversary

For its 85th anniversary, Bloomberg Businessweek chronicles the most disruptive ideas of the past 85 years. 'The Great Disrupters' goes straight to the innovators themselves to hear how they came up with ideas that changed the world.

19:00

Studio 1.0: Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is attempting to change the way the world communicates - again. The tech billionaire is providing free mobile Internet access people in the most remote areas of the globe. Will this bring in the next billion Facebook users?

19:30

Studio 1.0: Max Levchin

Paypal co-founder and Affirm CEO Max Levchin shares with host Emily Chang how his roots as a Russian immigrant led him to be one of the most successful entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley.

20:00

African Business Weekly

African Business Weekly reviews the most important business and economic stories and their impact across the continent. We'll be analyzing the markets and debating the African agenda with leading experts. Presented by Uche Okoronkwo and Boason Omofaye from Lagos and London with Eleni Goikos from Johannesburg.

20:30

Africa Trending

Going beyond business, Africa Trending brings you the top stories from around the continent. Every week, Savahna Nightingale takes us on a journey covering culture, from film to fashion, art to music, to sport, literature and lifestyle – bringing you the latest events, interviews and news that has Africa talking. It’s an interactive program that also captures the African continent’s heartbeat through social media and invites the audience to have their say on Twitter @AfricaTrending.

21:00

THE PLAYER: Secrets of a Vegas Whale

Trish Regan takes you inside the secret world of a Las Vegas high roller who wins millions at the casinos -- and reveals how the gambling industry may be more beatable than you think. Learn how one gambler transformed himself from mediocre card player into the man who brought down the house. Featuring: Steve Wynn (CEO, Wynn Resorts), Jim Murren (CEO, MGM Resorts Ltd), Gary Loveman (CEO,Caesars Entertainment) Bill Boyd (Chairman, Boyd Ltd), Trish Regan and, the ultimate Vegas whale Don Johnson.

22:00

Haiti: Open for Business?

Bloomberg's Stephanie Ruhle visits Haiti to find out if it is the next emerging market. Five years after the country was hit by a devastating earthquake the government says Haiti is "Open for Business." Despite mass unemployment and horrible infrastructure problems, some say there are huge opportunities for foreign investors.

22:30

Inside FENDI

Fendi, known for its extravagant furs and leather accessories, is one of Italy's oldest Fashion houses. From humble beginnings back in 1925, it's stayed true to its roots in Rome. In a special 30 minute feature we get exclusive access inside the luxury maker, find out about its heritage, and look at the company's future.

23:00

Asia's Business: Mandarin Oriental

Asia's Business is a 30-minute interview show with top newsmakers, influential business leaders and top executives from around the world. They discuss their insights and strategies for doing business in Asia and share their vision for the future.

23:30

Asia's Business: Mahindra

Asia's Business is a 30-minute interview show with top newsmakers, influential business leaders and top executives from around the world. They discuss their insights and strategies for doing business in Asia and share their vision for the future.

March 8, 2015

Time Program
0:00

Asia's Business: Bremont

Asia's Business is a 30-minute interview show with top newsmakers, influential business leaders and top executives from around the world. They discuss their insights and strategies for doing business in Asia and share their vision for the future.

0:30

Asia's Business: Mobius

Asia's Business is a 30-minute interview show with top newsmakers, influential business leaders and top executives from around the world. They discuss their insights and strategies for doing business in Asia and share their vision for the future.

1:00

Asia's Business: Catepillar Group

Asia's Business is a 30-minute interview show with top newsmakers, influential business leaders and top executives from around the world. They discuss their insights and strategies for doing business in Asia and share their vision for the future.

1:30

Asia's Business: Hysan

Asia's Business is a 30-minute interview show with top newsmakers, influential business leaders and top executives from around the world. They discuss their insights and strategies for doing business in Asia and share their vision for the future.

2:00

Titans at the Table

Betty Liu sits down with the Titans of the food industry to discuss the business of running culinary empires with Mario Batali, Rachael Ray, Bobby Flay, and Tom Colicchio.

3:00

Titans at the Table: The Rise of Macau

Bloomberg's "Titans at the Table" takes you inside Macau, the new global champion of gambling that's leaving Las Vegas in the dust. With exclusive interviews from casino magnates Sheldon Adelson, Lawrence Ho and Pansy Ho.

3:30

Titans at the Table: Jonathan Tisch

Jonathan M. Tisch, Chairman of Loews Hotels and co-owner of the New York Giants, gives Bloomberg Correspondent Betty Liu a private, behind the scenes tour of the Giant's home turf - MetLife Stadium and a sneak peek of the new Lowes Regency which re-opens on January 16. The iconic hotel and home of the "power breakfast" has just undergone a $100 million renovation and is already booked solid for Super Bowl weekend.

4:00

The Great Disrupters: Businessweek Anniversary

For its 85th anniversary, Bloomberg Businessweek chronicles the most disruptive ideas of the past 85 years. 'The Great Disrupters' goes straight to the innovators themselves to hear how they came up with ideas that changed the world.

5:00

Charlie Rose

Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, scientists and other newsmakers in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions.

6:00

Studio 1.0: Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is attempting to change the way the world communicates - again. The tech billionaire is providing free mobile Internet access people in the most remote areas of the globe. Will this bring in the next billion Facebook users?

6:30

Studio 1.0: Max Levchin

Paypal co-founder and Affirm CEO Max Levchin shares with host Emily Chang how his roots as a Russian immigrant led him to be one of the most successful entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley.

7:00

BRINK: Singularity

At Singularity University, the world’s brightest minds gather to imagine what the future will look like and ways in which it can be improved. Dreamed up by revolutionary futurist Ray Kurzweil, the California campus serves as a high-tech breeding ground for technological innovation and discovery across disciplines.

7:30

BRINK: MC10, Ekso Bionics, Houze

Healthcare technology is accelerating at an unprecedented speed. Hospitals are smarter and more flexible than ever before. Wearable electronics can collect valuable data and communicate to health care workers in real time. Paraplegics can now take their first steps.

8:00

BRINK: Masdar

The United Arab Emirates – a country enriched by its massive oil reserves – is looking to position itself as a leader in a post-petroleum world. So they’ve built Masdar City, a zero-carbon, zero-waste urban center that could sustain a 40,000 person population, 1,500 clean tech businesses, and 50,000 commuters -- while using 20% of the power of a conventional city of a smaller size. The centerpiece of the project is the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, a post-graduate university established in partnership with MIT that aims to be a hotbed for future innovation.

8:30

21st Century Television (Paid Programming)

Commercial Presentation: An in depth opportunity to find solutions to the industry problems from some of the top business leaders from across the world.

9:00

Haiti: Open for Business?

Bloomberg's Stephanie Ruhle visits Haiti to find out if it is the next emerging market. Five years after the country was hit by a devastating earthquake the government says Haiti is "Open for Business." Despite mass unemployment and horrible infrastructure problems, some say there are huge opportunities for foreign investors.

9:30

Inside LEGO

LEGO, the company known by kids and parents alike for its colorful building bricks, is hugely successful. Over the last four years it has enjoyed double digit growth. But, just ten years ago, the company was losing nearly a million dollars a day. Bloomberg traveled to the company’s headquarters in Denmark to get a glimpse into LEGO’s history, its production, its fans, the LEGO family billionaires and the young boss who rebuilt one of the world’s most loved toy companies.

10:00

Studio 1.0: Sebastian Thrun

The Google X co- Founder, Udacity CEO and inventor of Google's driverless car sits down with Emily Chang to explain why he has set his sights on fixing global education.

10:30

Studio 1.0: Bill Gurley

Legendary Benchmark Capital venture capitalist, Bill Gurley speaks with host Emily Chang about the transformation of Silicon Valley since the dotcom bubble of 1990s and where he's placing his next bet.

11:00

Studio 1.0: Aaron Levie

Host Emily Chang sits down with Aaron Levie, CEO and co-founder of Box.

11:30

Studio 1.0: John Chen

Blackberry CEO John Chen sits down with host Emily Chang to tell the story of how he's become Silicon Valley's "fixer", and shares his plans to turnaround Blackberry's business.

12:00

Titans at the Table

Betty Liu sits down with the Titans of the food industry to discuss the business of running culinary empires with Mario Batali, Rachael Ray, Bobby Flay, and Tom Colicchio.

13:00

Studio 1.0: Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is attempting to change the way the world communicates - again. The tech billionaire is providing free mobile Internet access people in the most remote areas of the globe. Will this bring in the next billion Facebook users?

13:30

Studio 1.0: Max Levchin

Paypal co-founder and Affirm CEO Max Levchin shares with host Emily Chang how his roots as a Russian immigrant led him to be one of the most successful entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley.

14:00

Titans at the Table: The Rise of Macau

Bloomberg's "Titans at the Table" takes you inside Macau, the new global champion of gambling that's leaving Las Vegas in the dust. With exclusive interviews from casino magnates Sheldon Adelson, Lawrence Ho and Pansy Ho.

14:30

Titans at the Table: Jonathan Tisch

Jonathan M. Tisch, Chairman of Loews Hotels and co-owner of the New York Giants, gives Bloomberg Correspondent Betty Liu a private, behind the scenes tour of the Giant's home turf - MetLife Stadium and a sneak peek of the new Lowes Regency which re-opens on January 16. The iconic hotel and home of the "power breakfast" has just undergone a $100 million renovation and is already booked solid for Super Bowl weekend.

15:00

The Great Disrupters: Businessweek Anniversary

For its 85th anniversary, Bloomberg Businessweek chronicles the most disruptive ideas of the past 85 years. 'The Great Disrupters' goes straight to the innovators themselves to hear how they came up with ideas that changed the world.

16:00

Inside Pixar

When it comes to animation, few do it better than Pixar and Disney. They are the dreamers and doers with multi-billion dollar imaginations. Bloomberg television takes you behind closed doors to see how this powerhouse makes movie magic.

16:30

Haiti: Open for Business?

Bloomberg's Stephanie Ruhle visits Haiti to find out if it is the next emerging market. Five years after the country was hit by a devastating earthquake the government says Haiti is "Open for Business." Despite mass unemployment and horrible infrastructure problems, some say there are huge opportunities for foreign investors.

17:00

Inside PepsiCo

Bloomberg's "Inside" visits one of the world's largest food and beverage companies, PepsiCo. Featuring an exclusive interview and access into the company's Gatorade and Snacks research and development facilities.

17:30

Inside Johnson & Johnson

Inside Johnson & Johnson takes you behind the doors of the world's biggest healthcare products company. We talk to the CEO about J&J's strategy to expand in emerging markets and why the 128-year company is taking a page from Silicon Valley when it comes to trying to create the next big thing.

18:00

Inside LEGO

LEGO, the company known by kids and parents alike for its colorful building bricks, is hugely successful. Over the last four years it has enjoyed double digit growth. But, just ten years ago, the company was losing nearly a million dollars a day. Bloomberg traveled to the company’s headquarters in Denmark to get a glimpse into LEGO’s history, its production, its fans, the LEGO family billionaires and the young boss who rebuilt one of the world’s most loved toy companies.

18:30

Haiti: Open for Business?

Bloomberg's Stephanie Ruhle visits Haiti to find out if it is the next emerging market. Five years after the country was hit by a devastating earthquake the government says Haiti is "Open for Business." Despite mass unemployment and horrible infrastructure problems, some say there are huge opportunities for foreign investors.

19:00

Studio 1.0: Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is attempting to change the way the world communicates - again. The tech billionaire is providing free mobile Internet access people in the most remote areas of the globe. Will this bring in the next billion Facebook users?

19:30

Studio 1.0: Max Levchin

Paypal co-founder and Affirm CEO Max Levchin shares with host Emily Chang how his roots as a Russian immigrant led him to be one of the most successful entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley.

20:00

Invest DRC

The Democratic Republic of Congo is Africa’s second largest country and potentially one of the world’s richest but one with a complex past. From mining and finance to infrastructure and transport, find out which sectors are set to boost the economy and the leaders and players spearheading this drive.

20:30

Africa Trending

Going beyond business, Africa Trending brings you the top stories from around the continent. Every week, Savahna Nightingale takes us on a journey covering culture, from film to fashion, art to music, to sport, literature and lifestyle – bringing you the latest events, interviews and news that has Africa talking. It’s an interactive program that also captures the African continent’s heartbeat through social media and invites the audience to have their say on Twitter @AfricaTrending.

21:00

BRINK: Masdar

The United Arab Emirates – a country enriched by its massive oil reserves – is looking to position itself as a leader in a post-petroleum world. So they’ve built Masdar City, a zero-carbon, zero-waste urban center that could sustain a 40,000 person population, 1,500 clean tech businesses, and 50,000 commuters -- while using 20% of the power of a conventional city of a smaller size. The centerpiece of the project is the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, a post-graduate university established in partnership with MIT that aims to be a hotbed for future innovation.

21:30

BRINK: Singularity

At Singularity University, the world’s brightest minds gather to imagine what the future will look like and ways in which it can be improved. Dreamed up by revolutionary futurist Ray Kurzweil, the California campus serves as a high-tech breeding ground for technological innovation and discovery across disciplines.

22:00

Haiti: Open for Business?

Bloomberg's Stephanie Ruhle visits Haiti to find out if it is the next emerging market. Five years after the country was hit by a devastating earthquake the government says Haiti is "Open for Business." Despite mass unemployment and horrible infrastructure problems, some say there are huge opportunities for foreign investors.

22:30

The Entrepreneurs: Making It...

Bloomberg anchor Anna Edwards looks at what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur. She talks to a number of diverse companies who have developed an idea into a business. From cosmetics, cars to sushi Anna talks about the highs and lows of Making It...

23:00

Asia's Business: Bremont

Asia's Business is a 30-minute interview show with top newsmakers, influential business leaders and top executives from around the world. They discuss their insights and strategies for doing business in Asia and share their vision for the future.

23:30

Asia's Business: Catepillar Group

Asia's Business is a 30-minute interview show with top newsmakers, influential business leaders and top executives from around the world. They discuss their insights and strategies for doing business in Asia and share their vision for the future.

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