Andrew talks gentrification with Anna Minton, Toby Lloyd and Ed Clarke, and asks Alexandra Jones and Paul Swinney about the Autumn Statement.
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Andrew talks to Dr Thomas Kemeny about the divergent economies of Los Angeles and the Bay Area in California.
Andrew talks to John Dickie from London First, Kathleen Kelly from the National Housing Federation and Marc Vlessing from Pocket about how to get more homes built in cities.
Andrew talks to Henry Overman from the LSE and Alexander Lembcke from the OECD about the theory of 'agglomeration'.
Andrew talks to Paul Cheshire about his book Urban Economics and Urban Policy, co-authored with Henry Overman and Max Nathan.
Andrew talks to Lord Kerslake and Jo Casebourne about the impact city region mayors will have in 2017.
Andrew talks to Prof Robin Hambleton of the University of the West of England about his book 'Leading the Inclusive City'.
Andrew talks to Tom Clarkson, Jonn Elledge and David Kirkby about what to expect in the Local Elections on 5th May.
Andrew talks to Brian Groom, Heather Jameson and Paul Dale about the tensions between cities and regions.
Three reflections on good city governance that emerge from Tony Travers' London Boroughs at 50.