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As British lawmakers consider the possible reopening of theatres, we examine the issues. Charlotte Geeves is executive director for the Bristol Old Vic in the west of England, and Robin Hawkes is executive director of the Leeds Playhouse, who also sits on a government working group on entertainment and events. And we get further context from Lucy Noble, artistic and commercial director of the Royal Albert Hall in London, who also chairs the UK National Arenas Association. Later in the programme, South Africa has revealed the extent of the economic damage caused by its strict lockdown earlier this year, with economic activity in the three months to June halving compared to the previous quarter. The BBC's Matthew Davies tells us which parts of the economy were hit hardest. Plus, as a row between Beijing and Washington over the Chinese video sharing app TikTok continues, China has drafted rules it is calling the Global Data Security Initiative that it wants the rest of the world to adopt. Emma Wright specialises in technology and digital media at the law firm Kemp Little, and is a director at the Institute of AI, and considers the implications.