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We gauge financial market reaction to the news US president Donald Trump has coronavirus. And Daniel Lippman, reporter at US news website Politico in Washington tells us how the development might impact the run-up to next month's presidential election. Also in the programme, from 2024 onwards, contenders for best picture at the Oscars will have to meet new rules designed to broaden the backgrounds of the people who worked on it, on both sides of the lens. Clayton Davis is film awards editor of the US entertainment website Variety, and discusses whether loopholes in the new rules may mean very little changes as a result. Maggie Hennenfeld is associate professor of film and media at the University of Minnesota and offers her suggestions on how to boost diversity in the movie industry. Malika James is a black makeup artist working in Los Angeles, and describes her experience of discrimination in Hollywood. And Star Trek First Frontier actress April Billingsley explains why she welcomes the new Oscar diversity rules. Plus, as the Chinese holiday season known as Golden Week continues, we hear how the pandemic has impacted the tradition from Iris Ouyang, who is a reporter with the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong. (Picture: Donald Trump boards Air Force One on October 1st. Picture credit: Getty Images.)