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Genres: Family
Station: BBC News (UK)
Status: Running
Start: 2006-11-30

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  • S2016E01 - Dr Henry Marsh
    Air Date: 03 January 2016 02:30 -
  • S2016E02 - Nir Barkat, Mayor of Jerusalem
    Air Date: 04 January 2016 02:30 -
  • S2016E03 - Ben Okri, Novelist
    Air Date: 06 January 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E04 - Fuambai Ahmadu, co-founder of African Women Are Free to Choose, and Nimco Ali, co-founder of Daughters of Eve
    Air Date: 10 January 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E05 - Igor Crnadak - the foreign minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Air Date: 11 January 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E06 - Lord Lawson
    Air Date: 12 January 2016 20:30 -
  • S2016E07 - Jamal Khashoggi and Mohammed Marandi
    Air Date: 13 January 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E08 - Henry Rollins
    Air Date: 17 January 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E09 - Jack Straw - Foreign Secretary, 2001-2006
    Air Date: 18 January 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E10 - Harlem Désir - France's Minister for European Affairs
    Air Date: 19 January 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E11 - John Kiriakou
    Air Date: 20 January 2016 03:30 -
  • S2016E12 - Francis Egan - Chief Executive, Cuadrilla Resources
    Air Date: 24 January 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E13 - David Adjaye - Architect
    Air Date: 27 January 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E14 - Louka Katseli
    Air Date: 31 January 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E15 - Maj Gen Mansour Al-Turki
    Air Date: 01 February 2016 02:30 -
  • S2016E16 - Iyad Ameen Madani
    Air Date: 02 February 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E17 - Erna Solberg - Prime Minister of Norway
    Air Date: 02 February 2016 20:30 -
  • S2016E18 - Fahd al Rasheed, CEO King Abdullah Economic City
    Air Date: 07 February 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E19 - Rasha Hefzi - Jeddah Municipal Council, Saudi Arabia
    Air Date: 08 February 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E20 - Rob Wainwright, Director of Europol
    Air Date: 09 February 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E21 - Søren Espersen - Deputy Chairman, Danish People's Party
    Air Date: 10 February 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E22 - John Cale - Musician
    Air Date: 14 February 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E23 - Bassma Kodmani - Syrian Opposition Negotiator
    Air Date: 15 February 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E24 - Otmar Issing - Executive Board, European Central Bank 1998-2006
    Air Date: 16 February 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E25 - Krzysztof Szczerski - Foreign policy adviser to the president of Poland
    Air Date: 17 February 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E26 - Kyriakos Mitskotakis - President of New Democracy, Greece
    Air Date: 21 February 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E27 - General Michael Hayden, CIA Director (2006-2009)
    Air Date: 22 February 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E28 - Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament
    Air Date: 23 February 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E29 - Janet Napolitano, former US Secretary of Homeland Security
    Air Date: 24 February 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E30 - Nadia Murad, Yazidi activist
    Air Date: 28 February 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E31 - Anthony Weiner - Former US Congressman (Democrat)
    Air Date: 29 February 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E32 - Selim Yenel - Turkey's Ambassador to the European Union
    Air Date: 02 March 2016 20:30 -
  • S2016E33 - Isabel de Saint Malo de Alvarado - Vice President and Foreign Minsiter, Panama
    Air Date: 06 March 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E34 - Lord Mervyn King, governor of the Bank of England, 2003-2013
    Air Date: 07 March 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E35 - Meglena Kuneva, Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister for European Affairs
    Air Date: 08 March 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E36 - George Katrougalos, Minister of Labour and Social Security, Greece
    Air Date: 09 March 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E37 - Susanne Bier, Film Director
    Air Date: 14 March 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E38 - Elias Bou Saab, Lebanon's Education Minister

    Zeinab is joined by Elias Bou Saab.

    Air Date: 15 March 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E39 - 16/03/2016

    In-depth interviews with news makers and personalities from around the globe.

    Air Date: 16 March 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E40 - 17/03/2016

    In-depth interviews with news makers and personalities from around the globe.

    Air Date: 17 March 2016 21:30 -
  • S2016E41 - 20/03/2016

    In-depth interviews with news makers and personalities from around the globe.

    Air Date: 20 March 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E42 - 21/03/2016

    In-depth interviews with news makers and personalities from around the globe.

    Air Date: 21 March 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E43 - 22/03/2016

    In-depth interviews with news makers and personalities from around the globe.

    Air Date: 22 March 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E44 - 23/03/2016

    In-depth interviews with news makers and personalities from around the globe.

    Air Date: 23 March 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E45 - Fahd al Rasheed, Group Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Emaar Economic City

    Stephen Sackur speaks with Fahd al Rasheed, CEO of King Abdullah Economic City in Saudi Arabia. King Abdullah Economic City is a vast construction project on the Red Sea. It is supposed to become one of the world's biggest ports with a population of 2 million - a new global city for Saudi Arabia. But could the kingdom's economic problems see this dream turn to dust?

    Air Date: 24 March 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E46 - Susanne Bier, director and writer

    Stephen Sackur talks to one of Europe's top film directors, Susanne Bier, who already has an Oscar to her name and a reputation which brings in offers from the major US studios as well as her native Denmark. How hard has it been to challenge Hollywood stereotypes?

    Air Date: 25 March 2016 04:30 -
  • S2016E47 - Dominic Grieve, British Conservative politician

    The suicide bomb attacks in Brussels are unlikely to be the final operation mounted by the so-called Islamic State on European soil. France's President Hollande says Europe is now at war, so what are the most effective weapons at Europe's disposal? Dominic Grieve was the Attorney General in David Cameron's first term as British prime minister. He is now Chairman of the UK parliament's Intelligence and Security Committee. Can Europe be both secure and free?

    Air Date: 28 March 2016 03:30 -
  • S2016E48 - David Adjaye, architect

    Can architecture inspire people to think and behave differently? David Adjaye is one of the most sought after architects in the world today. Among his many buildings are the Nobel Peace Centre in Oslo, a business school in Moscow, shopping centres in Beirut and Lagos, a children's hospital in Rwanda, a housing project in New York's Harlem and about to open - his biggest project yet - the National Museum of African American History and Culture sitting right on the National Mall in Washington. Has he got it right? What is the test of a good building?

    Air Date: 29 March 2016 03:30 -
  • S2016E49 - Hans Zimmer

    From his Oscar winning score for The Lion King, through 12 Years A Slave to a series of superhero blockbusters, including the latest - Batman vs Superman - Hans Zimmer is, as one director put it, "quite simply the contemporary composer to work with". German born, British educated, he never received formal musical training and he's a champion of technology. Hardtalk's Shaun Ley asks Hans Zimmer whether the technology he so loves is killing the music makers?

    Air Date: 30 March 2016 03:30 -
  • S2016E50 - Yanis Varoufakis, former Greek Finance minister

    Stephen Sackur talks to one of the most powerful voices in Europe's radical left: Yanis Varoufakis. The motor-bike riding former Greek Finance minister confronted the powers that be during the darkest days of Greece's debt crisis and lost. Or did he?

    Air Date: 31 March 2016 03:30 -
  • S2016E51 - Vladimir Chizhov, Russia Ambassador to the European Union

    Vladimnir Putin's projection of Russian power, from Ukraine to Syria, has sowed seeds of alarm across Europe and America. The United States is beefing up its military presence in Europe in response to what the Americans call Russian aggression. Stephen Sackur asks Russia's Ambassador to the European Union, Vladimir Chizhov, can the Kremlin sustain a longterm confrontation with the West?

    Air Date: 04 April 2016 03:30 -
  • S2016E52 - Henry Rollins; writer, actor and traveller

    We tend to pigeonhole creative types: writer, musician, actor - they get a label. Stephen Sackur talks to a guest who defies simple description - punk is perhaps the only word that captures the spirit of Henry Rollins. He first found success in the punk band Black Flag back in the early eighties. Since then he's variously made a name as a non-conforming writer, broadcaster, actor and intrepid traveller. How hard is it to swim against the cultural tide in the United States?

    Air Date: 05 April 2016 03:30 -
  • S2016E53 - FGM Discussion

    When US President Barack Obama visited Kenya last year he spoke out against the continued practice of female genital mutilation in countries across Africa and beyond. He said that FGM has "no place in the 21st century". But are there cultural arguments for the practice to continue? Stephen Sackur talks to Fuambai Ahmadu and Nimco Ali.

    Air Date: 06 April 2016 03:30 -
  • S2016E54 - Anthony Weiner, Democratic Party

    American politics currently has more unlikely story lines than anything you might see in New York's Broadway theatre district. The rise of Donald Trump is one illustration of the depth of public frustration with politics as usual. Stephen Sackur talks to Anthony Weiner who was a rising star of the Democratic Party in New York. His career was destroyed by not one but two bizarre sex scandals. Why did he push the self-destruct button?

    Air Date: 07 April 2016 03:30 -
  • S2016E55 - Ben Orki, novelist and poet

    The stories we tell ourselves say much about the times, places and cultures we live in. So what should we make of the fiction coming out of Africa in the two generations since the continent emerged from colonial rule? How free are Africa's storytellers to explore the richness and diversity of their continent? Stephen Sackur talks to internationally acclaimed novelist and poet Ben Okri, whose life has straddled Nigeria and the UK.

    Air Date: 11 April 2016 03:30 -
  • S2016E56 - Florence Hartmann, journalist and author

    On the same day that a war crimes tribunal jailed the Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic for 40 years, it also detained a journalist. Florence Hartmann used to work at the tribunal, but her decision to reveal confidential court decisions led to a brief spell in custody. She says the world had a right to know that Serbia had been allowed to keep secret documents which could have helped victims of war crimes win compensation. Critics say Hartmann's actions made it harder for the tribunal to get cooperation in the future. How did her own experience of the horrors of the Bosnian War influence her decision? Did Florence Hartmann put journalistic ambition before justice?

    Air Date: 12 April 2016 03:30 -
  • S2016E57 - Donna Edwards, Congresswoman

    From Washington, HARDtalk's Stephen Sackur talks to Congresswoman Donna Edwards. She's a radical voice in the Democratic Party and is now running for a seat in the senate. But is America ready for genuinely left-wing politics?

    Air Date: 13 April 2016 03:30 -
  • S2016E58 - Haley Barbour, former chairman of the Republican National Committee

    HARDtalk's Stephen Sackur is in Washington DC to talk to a former chairman of the Republican National Committee, Haley Barbour. With every passing week the race for the Republican Party's presidential nomination becomes more bizarre and more bitter. According to one Republican senator the fact that Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are the two leading candidates is proof that the party has gone crazy. We ask - what on earth has happened to the Republicans?

    Air Date: 14 April 2016 03:30 -
  • S2016E59 - Christine Lagarde, Head of the IMF

    In front of an audience in Washington DC, HARDtalk's Stephen Sackur talks to Christine Lagarde, head of the IMF. Could 2016 produce economic shocks big enough to plunge the world economy back into crisis?

    Air Date: 18 April 2016 03:30 -
  • S2016E60 - Boardman: How professional cycling affected my family
    Air Date: 05 August 2016 23:00 -
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