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Episode 1 - Who Killed the Economy?
David McWilliams undertakes his own personal investigation to uncover who is responsible for destroying our economy. Along the way he assembles clues to discover evidence of a drugs syndicate. The…
Episode 2 - Nowhere to Hide
We journey through economic badlands as David McWilliams gives us his diagnosis; the world's economy has suffered a heart attack and we're all in shock. We travel to the far…
Episode 3 - Peak Everything
Ahead we face a series of complex challenges, which threaten our way of life. It's like a computer game where there are dangers at every turn: initially we must come…

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