Prime Minister Edouard Philippe hopes to "free up the energy of the workforce". Laurent Alias runs an advertising agency called Josiane in Paris, and tells us what he makes of the government's proposals, and we get analysis from Sophie Pedder, Paris bureau chief of The Economist. Also in the programme, India's latest economic figures show the country growing at its slowest rate in three years. Danesh Varma is co-founder of a private equity fund that invests in India, and offers his assessment of the country's economic policies. At the end of a bumper football transfer season for the Premier League, Dr Dan Plumley, a sport finance expert at Sheffield Hallam University, tells us why clubs are spending so much money this time round. Plus, as sales of non-digital cameras signal a comeback for traditional photography, Sally Bibawy of Lomography, a company which sells film cameras, tells us what's behind the boom.