My programmes and other work

Select broadcasts and reports:Highlights (video, 5:02) & TV trail (video, 30 sec)
Some of my favourite TV pieces are below:

News reports:
China's shadow banking:
Chasing the Chinese dream:
Burma: after the sanctions:
Fed "taper"/end of cheap money:
The company helping British businesses sell to China:
Could women be the key to turning around the Japanese economy?
Indonesian elections:
Australian mining: tour of massive mine
Longer pieces (8 minutes):
BBC One The Editors: When will the global and UK economies recover?
Abenomics: Has Japan's PM Abe's economic policy hit its target?
In studio reports:

China's economy: A re-balancing act:
The New Middle Class:
Fragile 5 emerging markets:
UK Autumn Statement and economic forecasts: 

I have presented a number of TV and radio programmes, including BBC Radio 4: Analysis, Today, and BBC World Service: The Inquiry, Business Daily, In the Balance, as well as documentaries, including Six Routes to a Richer World for BBC World Service/U.S. Marketplace. Select programmes are below.

I present a documentary on the 2016 U.S. elections: Linda for Congress broadcast from 1-8 February 2016 on BBC World Service The Documentary (audio, 27:00) on 3 February 2016. A clip of my stump speech is available from BBC Current Affairs (audio, 1:14).

     Part One: The Look (video, 6:14)

     Part Two: Getting the Message Right (video, 4:18)

     Part Three: The Campaign Team (video, 6:42)

     Part Four: The Voters (video, 2:57)

BBC News Youtube US Elections: How to be a Candidate

I present The Inquiry, BBC World Service (audio, 23:00):
"How did Venezuela go from so rich to so poor?" 11, 14-15 May 2017.     "What would 'no deal' mean for Brexit Britain?" 31 January & 4 February 2017     "Who wins in a cashless economy?" 20 & 25 September 2016     "Are we really about to end world poverty?" 14 & 19 June 2016     "Why are wages so low?" 8 & 13 March 2016     "How much inequality is too much?" 5 & 10 January 2016     "Should governments drop money out of helicopters?" 8 & 13 December 2015 

I present "Analysis" on Making the Invisible Visible, BBC Radio 4, 15 June 2015 & repeated on 21 June 2015.

"Talking Business with Linda Yueh" premiered on 4 October 2013 until 18 May 2015 on BBC World News & BBC News Channel as well as on BBC iPlayer. Select programmes below (video, 23:00 in duration).     What makes an entrepreneur in the UK?, December 2013      Gender & growth (Davos special with Sheryl Sandberg, Christine Lagarde, UN Women, Renault-Nissan CEO), January 2014     Business of fashion (London Fashion Week), February 2014. Property markets, March 2014     Going digital, April 2014. Islamic finance, July 2014     Business of movies in China, September 2014 How an economy fares after a coup (Thailand), November 2014     Is Abenomics working?, December 2014     Diversity dividend (Davos special), January 2015I front the "Next Billionaires" series on BBC Global News that launched on June 14th, 2014 with a special half hour programme broadcast from 16-22 August 2014.I co-present "Your Money" on BBC World Service from Hong Kong with Paul Lewis from Shanghai, China, 13 November 2013.I present the flagship programme, 'Working Lives,' during the Singapore Direct season on BBC Global News from 21 October to 1 November 2013 on BBC World News and Repeated from 22-25 August 2014. I fronted 'The New Middle Class' series on BBC Global News: BBC World News and BBC World Service, that launched on June 19th, 2013 and wrapped up with a special half-hour programme that I presented from China on August 3rd, also seen on the UK's BBC News Channel. Catch it on air & online at present "Economic Edge" on Bloomberg TV, select episodes (video, around 21:00 in duration):  Central bank inaction  Future of the Euro Zone  New era in the euro crisis  Marshall plan for the euro area  Emerging economies vs the West  Answers for Europe  London Olympics during a recession  Pimco's then co-CEO Mohamed El-Erian    Economic lessons from the past  Bank of England's boost to lending"The Economy and Yueh" Bloomberg TV special where a panel of leading economists answer the key economic questions shaping 2012 and how it will affect you: What's next for the euro debt crisis? Is there a solution within reach? Will there be a global double dip recession in 2012? Will there be a repeat of 2008? And, a bull/bear debate on the US dollar, gold, European investments & China as the world engine of growth. My guests were: Gerard Lyons, Chief Economist of Standard Chartered, the world's most accurate forecaster according to Bloomberg, Larry Hatheway, Chief Economist of UBS, and John Llewelyn, founder of Llewelyn Consulting & advisor to HM Treasury. Broadcast from 26 December to 2 January 2012.
I present a series of podcasts (video & audio) for the University of Oxford at:
My broadcasts for NPR's Marketplace:
Interviews: More recent interviews are found on my homepage.I gave an interview to Benzinga radio on the release of the paperback version of The Economy of China on February 10th 2012: (MP3 link).Rapid Growth Markets webcast, E&Y, October 24th, 2011 (3 videos of about 4 minutes each).   I was interviewed on my views on emerging markets after my speech at the Fund Forum 2011, Europe's largest conference of asset managers, 7 July 2011 (video, 3:44 in duration).  "China: The Road to Sustainable Growth" video prepared for the IMF annual summit (video, 11.00 in duration), January 2011. "Frost Over the World: Review of 2010," Al Jazeera English, 24 December 2010, where I was part of a panel that included Chris Patten who was former governor of Hong Kong, Kate Adie who was the BBC's foreign correspondent, Mehdi Hassan of the New Statesman,and Mary Jordan from the Washington Post (video, 24.30 in duration). BBC World TV Series "Ideas that Changed the World: The Economy" broadcast on November 27th 2010.   "How Britain Can Emerge from the Economic Mess," The Motley Fool ( "Money Talk" podcast on August 11th 2010 (24.00 in duration). BBC 2 "Money Watch" series as a contributor on the economic challenges facing Britain: July 6th at 8.00 pm, July 14th & July 21st, 2010. The programmes are available to watch for another 7 days from July 21st on BBC iPlayer: Channel 4 News, "Election Uncovered: What They Won't Tell Us," expert economics contributor, 2 May 2010.BBC Radio 5 "Wake up to Money" General Election expert panellist on economic issues starting on 9 April 2010 until 7 May 2010. The "Economic reality check" series (downloadable as podcasts). First show is found at: "It's the economy, stupid" on April 9th (11.30 in duration). Panel discussion on the Coalition Government's plans broadcast on May 13th (10.42 in duration). CNN Business Christmas Special Interview with Charles Hodson on China's economy in 2009 & 2010 which aired on "World Business Report" and "Quest Means Business," 30 December 2009 (video, 2.48 in duration). CNBC "Decade in Review: 2004" discussing the beginning of the China boom and global impact in a special segment looking back at the 2000s, 23 December 2009 (video, 8.02 in duration; interview starts at 3.41). CNBC Europe "The Future of Finance" Debate, November 2009, where a panel debated whether we were entering an era of "New rules, same game?" (video, 25:38 in duration). BBC "Newsnight", 15 October 2009, discussion with Irwin Stelzer from the Sunday Times on the future of the U.S. dollar (video, 6:26 in duration). BBC "Newsnight", 25 September 2009, discussion with Sir David Tang and MEP Daniel Hannan on the benefits and pitfalls of the G20 (video, 7:03 in duration). Al Jazeera English "Frost Over the World," 3 April 2009, discussion with Sir David Frost and David E. Sanger from the New York Times on the outcome of the G20 summit (video, 11:45 in duration).Channel 4 News "More4 News" (news package that I present on the G20 summit), 1 April 2009 (video, 3:33 in duration). BBC "Newsnight" discussion on what to expect from the G20 summit, 30 March 2009 (video, 8:19 in duration).“Six ways to get the economic motor running: Economists tell Edmund Conway what they would do to fix the financial crisis,” The Daily Telegraph, 10 January 2009.The Credit Crunch and Global Recession - A podcast series about the credit crunch and global recession featuring Oxford economists starting from December 2008. This series examines how the current crisis developed, analyse market and governmental responses, and considers what might happen next. Our discussions can also be downloaded via Oxford University’s iTunes website:  BBC "Newsnight" on the credit crunch in the developing world with Jagdish Bhagwati of Columbia University and Lord Owen, interviewed by Jeremy Paxman, 23 October 2008 (video, 9:35 in duration). BBC News, "Financial crisis: World round-up," commentary piece, 20 October 2008. BBC News Credit Crunch Debate, a clip of my thoughts on the unfolding financial crisis and recession, 15 September 2008 (video, 1.09 in duration). BBC Radio 4 "The Credit Crunch Mess -- What Next?" a rare live special programme presented by Evan Davis and a panel of experts,15 September 2008 (radio, 56.51 in duration). BBC "Newsnight" programme on the U.S. Federal Reserve cutting interest rates to boost markets, 18 March 2008 (video, short clip in package).BBC World, "Have Your Say," hour-long programme where I served as guest commentator on the global economy and stock markets, 27 January 2008 (video, guest commentator for the hour).BBC Radio 4 "Analysis" programme on China's development, broadcast on 9 March 2006 can be found here (transcript). BBC news coverage of an address that I gave to the Caribbean Development Bank on globalisation and economic growth in China on 15 March 2006 can be found here. CNN "Eye on China" Special Report, 5 May 2005, where I discuss China's rise can be found here.