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

    Krišjānis Kariņš: Is Latvia still vulnerable?

    Krišjānis Kariņš: Is Latvia still vulnerable?

    Stephen Sackur is in Riga to speak to the Prime Minister of Latvia, Krišjānis Kariņš. Latvia is now an established member of the EU and NATO, but Putin’s Ukraine invasion has revived fears of Russian expansionism. Three decades on from the collapse of the Soviet Union, is Latvia still vulnerable?

    • 22分
    George Monbiot: Surrounded by fear

    George Monbiot: Surrounded by fear

    Humans face a series of interlinked existential challenges. How do we feed a global population heading towards ten billion? Can it be done without degrading ecosystems and exacerbating climate change to a calamitous extent? Stephen Sackur interviews writer and environmental activist George Monbiot, who has spent decades addressing these questions and framing radical answers. Why are so many politicians and voters seemingly unwilling to listen?

    • 23分
    Shon Faye: The transgender issue

    Shon Faye: The transgender issue

    According to research in the US and the UK, roughly one in 100 may be transgender. But the fact that the debate about transgender rights has become a political battleground isn’t driven so much by the numbers but more by conflicting ideologies. Stephen Sackur asks author and journalist Shon Faye if all the attention on issues of sex, gender and identity is making it easier to be trans or not.

    • 23分
    Amrullah Saleh: Is resistance in Afghanistan viable?

    Amrullah Saleh: Is resistance in Afghanistan viable?

    Stephen Sackur speaks to the former First Vice President of Afghanistan Amrullah Saleh, now a leader of the resistance dedicated to overthrowing the Taliban. A year after the Islamists returned to power, Afghanistan is in the grip of repression and starvation. Is resistance a viable option?

    • 24分
    Albert Woodfox: Freedom after a life inside

    Albert Woodfox: Freedom after a life inside

    There are some human experiences which most of us find it very hard to get our heads around. In 2019, Stephen Sackur spoke to Albert Woodfox, who experienced the unimaginable torment of more than four decades in solitary confinement, in a tiny cell in one of America’s most notorious prisons. He was the victim of ingrained racism and brutality inside America’s system of criminal justice. He was released from prison in 2016 and reflected on the meaning of freedom after everything he’d been through.

    This is another chance to listen to the interview with Albert Woodfox after his recent death.

    (Photo: Albert Woodfox, a former member of the Black Panthers, who was put in solitary confinement at the Louisiana State Penitentiary. Credit: Alain Jocard/AFP/Getty Images)

    • 23分
    Gregory Doran: Why does Shakespeare still captivate us?

    Gregory Doran: Why does Shakespeare still captivate us?

    Stephen Sackur is in Stratford-upon-Avon, interviewing Gregory Doran, artistic director emeritus of the Royal Shakespeare Company. More than 400 years after his death, Shakespeare’s words and stories live on, transcending languages and borders. Why do we continue to make much ado about Shakespeare?

    • 23分

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