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Inside Europe 01.12.2022
Poland rejects German Patriot missiles to secure its airspace - Turkey finds common ground with Italy’s new far-right government - Rare Ukrainian artworks are spirited to safety - The Christmas Book Flood is underway in Iceland - And a special focus on the current difficulties of researching sea ice at the North Pole
Inside Europe 24.11.2022
Orwell Road: Why would Russia run an out-sized embassy operation in Dublin? The Franco-German relationship gets bumpy, Turkey’s deportation targets put Afghans at risk and Hungary says goodbye to a once iconic bus. Also in our Mediterranean Sea special, we explore the sight, smell, taste and touch of this huge waterway and its influence on all Europeans
Inside Europe 17.11.2022
Could the retaking of Kherson really be Ukraine’s D-Day moment? Inside Lviv’s extraordinary bid to become European Youth Capital and the UK’s scheme for Ukrainian refugees is in serious trouble. Also: Istanbul reels after a deadly bomb attack, German social media site Mastodon steps in to fill the Twitter breach and why the world cup won’t be showing in some Norwegian pubs.
Inside Europe 10.11.2022
Humanitarian rescue missions in the Med, Poland fences off its border with Kaliningrad, Greece's spy scandal takes a new turn and Czech Republic rebrands itself Czechia. Also: disruption tactics and the climate movement, new questions in a notorious German death in custody case, Georgia’s sanatorium sanctuaries and a calmer side to Ibiza.
Inside Europe 03.11.2022
A conversation with British immigration lawyer Colin Yeo, Serbs and Kosovans at loggerheads over numberplates, Turkey holds Sweden’s fate in its hands, plus the Kyiv City Ballet in Paris. Also: Germany’s domestic intelligence agency has questions to answer, Swiss glaciers feel the heat, Ukraine’s tourist industry attempts a comeback, and Albania’s medicinal herb sector faces limits to growth.
Inside Europe 27.10.2022
The UK gets its third Prime Minister in three months, Kazakhstan becomes a safe haven for companies fleeing sanctions, and France finds new use for its agricultural waste. Also: Ilya Matveev dares to imagine Russia without Putin, a double homicide spotlights homophobia in Slovakia, the Vatican has questions to answer, and Halloween comes to Germany.