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In-depth, hard-hitting interviews with newsworthy personalities.

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In-depth, hard-hitting interviews with newsworthy personalities.

    Dr Seth Berkley: How to ensure the whole world gets a Covid vaccine

    Dr Seth Berkley: How to ensure the whole world gets a Covid vaccine

    Maybe we shouldn't be surprised that a vast gulf is opening up between Covid vaccination rates in the richest countries and the poorest. But still the numbers are shocking. While the UK has given 27% of its population a first dose, many nations have yet to inject a single arm. Hardtalk speaks to Dr Seth Berkley, head of Gavi, the Global Vaccine Alliance and key driver of the effort to ensure the whole world gets Covid protection. It is a great ambition; is it achievable?

    • 23 min
    Elizabeth Neumann: The battle for the soul of the US Republican Party

    Elizabeth Neumann: The battle for the soul of the US Republican Party

    How far does the Republican party need to go to reinvent itself following Donald Trumps defeat in the November Presidential election? Elizabeth Neumann, a former counter terror official in the Trump Administration says she saw America’s far right, white-supremacists as a growing security threat and she felt Donald Trump was fanning the flames of their extremism. In April 2020 she resigned. Now she says she is fighting for what she calls accountability in the Republican party - but has her stand come too late?

    • 22 min
    Timothy Snyder: Lessons from history

    Timothy Snyder: Lessons from history

    Stephen Sackur speaks to Timothy Snyder, renowned American historian of totalitarianism and the Holocaust, about the Trump presidency. Professor Snyder believes the former US president and his movement brought America face to face with early stage fascism. Historical parallels may be seductive, but are they useful?

    • 23 min
    Douglas Stuart: Stories of tender souls in tough places

    Douglas Stuart: Stories of tender souls in tough places

    Stephen Sackur speaks to the Booker prize-winning author Douglas Stuart. His novel, Shuggie Bain, centres on a boy growing up amid poverty, addiction and intolerance in Glasgow. There are deep parallels with his own life. How does he extract so much love from hardship?

    • 24 min
    Yogendra Yadav: Are farmers' protests a defining moment for India?

    Yogendra Yadav: Are farmers' protests a defining moment for India?

    Thousands of Indian farmers are keeping up their long-running protest against farm law reform. Stephen Sackur interviews Yogendra Yadav, leader of the Swaraj Party and prominent backer of the farmers’ cause. India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, has faced down a host of opponents in the past. Is his government versus the farmers a defining moment for India?

    • 23 min
    Kirill Dmitriev: Russia's Sputnik V a vaccine for humankind?

    Kirill Dmitriev: Russia's Sputnik V a vaccine for humankind?

    Right now the world is seeing two sides of Vladimir Putin’s Russia. The one he wants you to see is the scientifically advanced nation offering the world an effective Covid vaccine known as Sputnik V. The one he’d rather you ignore is the repressive authoritarian state that ruthlessly eliminates those who threaten the status quo. Stephen Sackur speaks to Kirill Dmitriev a Putin ally, the boss of one of Russia’s sovereign wealth funds and a key backer of the Russian vaccine.

    • 24 min

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