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"Global Questions" puts the important questions in the spotlight.

Latest episodes

aired 23 days ago
As coronavirus continues to claim lives around the world, Global Questions invites its international audience to put their questions to a panel of experts on the impact of the pandemic. In a special series, Zeinab Badawi explores how the crisis has affected our health, our economy, our politics, our society and our future. Join Zeinab and two leading international figures each week answering your questions from around the world.
aired 29 days ago
As the Coronavirus continues to claim lives around the world, Global Questions invites its international audience to put their questions to a panel of experts.
aired 43 days ago
As Covid-19 continues to claim lives around the world, Global Questions invites its international audience to put their questions to a panel of experts on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. In a special series, Zeinab Badawi explores how the crisis has affected our health, our economy, our politics, our society and our future. Join Zeinab Badawi and two leading international figures each week answering your questions from around the world.
aired 56 days ago
As the Coronavirus takes hold around the world, audiences ask questions to a panel of experts on the risks to global health. Join Zeinab Badawi and two leading figures, the former Prime Minister of Denmark Helle Thorning-Schmidt and Richard Horton.
aired 58 days ago
The World Health Organisation is warning that Africa could become the next epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Why are there fewer cases so far when compared with Europe and the US?
aired 68 days ago
As the Coronavirus takes hold around the world, Global Questions invites its international audience to put their questions to a panel of experts on the impact on the Global Economy.
aired 128 days ago
The recent upsurge in violence against foreigners, mostly from elsewhere in Africa, is raising fears that xenophobic attacks in South Africa is on the rise.
aired 268 days ago
President Donald Trump's decision to pull US forces out of north-eastern Syria could open the way for Turkey to launch an attack on Kurdish fighters across the border.
aired 366 days ago
Questioning if the multiculturalism dream has failed, if too many communities live separately and if they pursue segregation rather than integration.
aired 464 days ago
Global Questions travels to Hong Kong to discuss China and its place in the world in 2019.
aired 485 days ago
Is more conflict inevitable or could there be a lasting peace that allows the next generation to live without war, for the future of Israelis and Palestinians?
aired 513 days ago
Some believe Europe is more divided than ever. After years of austerity and migration, populists are on the rise in countries like Italy, framing politics as a battle between ordinary voters and a European `establishment' some see as corrupt.
aired 653 days ago
Global Questions puts the important questions in the spotlight.
aired 709 days ago
In the run up to next year's critical general election in Nigeria, Global Questions travels to Lagos to explore how African youth are mobilising to raise political awareness.
aired 842 days ago
In the run up to the first parliamentary elections in nearly a decade, Global Questions travels to Beirut to explore its political relationships with its neighbouring countries.
aired 940 days ago
Joining Zeinab Badawi and a panel of Russian and international figures who take questions from a young St Petersburg audience on their hopes and fears for the next century.
aired 989 days ago
One year on since Donald Trump's election to the most powerful position in the world, the team travel to Charleston, South Carolina, to hear from people in the south. Zinab Badawi and a high-profile panel find out what they think of his presidency.
aired 1,144 days ago
The Association of South East Asian Nations is celebrating its 50th anniversary. Five decades on, has ASEAN achieved what it was meant to?