Two months into an economic blockade by its nearest neighbours, what has been the impact for Qatar?
David Segall, a policy associate at the Centre for Business and Human Rights at New York University, says the blockade is making conditions harsher for many foreign workers. We hear the rare testimony of two migrant construction workers from India and Nepal about the increasingly difficult conditions they are working under, as many fellow migrants are forced to return home.
Also in the programme, the dairy business that air-lifted thousands of cows into the country. We hear from Ramez Alkhayyat, CEO of the Qatari conglomerate Power International Holdings, on the extreme logistics he has pursued to work around the economic blockade.
And finally, in the face of economic adversity, Qatar's state-owned sports investment company, has just splashed out more than a quarter of a billion dollars on Brazilian football superstar, Neymar. We hear from James Montague, journalist and author of a new book 'The Billionaires' Club: The Unstoppable Rise of Football's Super Rich Owners'.
(Picture: Qatari investor follows stock market, Credit: KARIM JAAFAR/AFP/Getty Images)