Bread Week

Few people talk about bread in such magical terms as Apollonia Poilâne. This week we speak to the head of one of France’s most prestigious bakeries about the secrets of sourdough and taking over the family company aged just 18. We’re also talking about Iceland’s four-day week experiment, a cyberattack that took out hundreds of Swedish supermarkets, and boosting body positivity in Norway.

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