2020 was, for most people, the worst year in recent memory. But the novel coronavirus has been a catalyst for change, rapidly accelerating development and forcing major industries to make substantial alterations.
So, this week, The Agenda's Stephen Cole is looking to the future and asking experts what this year could have in store.
It's a critical year for our health and innovation but also for global economies to heal, for climate change to retake center stage, for the travel industry to take off and for the world of sport to get back in the game.
Former Financial Times columnist and one of the UK's leading economists John Kay, peers into the future of finance. Margaret Harris from the World Health Organization provides an insight into their expectations for the coming year, and as Tokyo prepares to host the postponed Olympic Games, the president of World Athletics, Sebastian Coe outlines the challenges ahead.
We also will be looking to the stars for any signs of hope or optimism with the help of one of the world's best-known astrologers.