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It is one of the great puzzles of American politics: how voters could make history by putting Barack Obama in the White House, twice, and then elect Donald Trump as his successor. Valerie Jarrett is a close friend and advisor to Barack Obama.
aired 2 days ago
The author of over 30 novels, he is best known for the book that became Steven Spielberg’s Oscar winning film, Schindler’s List. At 83, Keneally’s prodigious output hasn’t diminished and he’s just released a new book.
aired 15 days ago
After the journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Khashoggi's friends received warnings that their lives could be in danger, including Iyad El-Baghdadi, a long-time critic of Arab authoritarian regimes.
aired 19 days ago
Stephen Sackur speaks to renowned Libyan writer Hisham Matar, whose writing has explored the impact of having a father `disappeared' by the Gaddafi regime.
aired 26 days ago
In 1974 the IRA bombed two pubs in Birmingham and murdered 21 people. Over 44 years later, the inquest into those deaths was reopened, attended by the families of the victims, but justice has never been served in this tragic case.
aired 27 days ago
Kenya's supreme court is about to decide whether to decriminalise homosexuality. One of the most prominent gay voices in Kenya was the award winning writer, Wainaina, who was at the centre of the debate about freedom, identity and culture.
aired 30 days ago
Stephen Sackur speaks to former champion British swimmer turned sports commentator Sharron Davies, to discuss what happens when athletes change gender, in particular when individuals born biologically male transition to female after puberty.
aired 33 days ago
Grigory Yavlinsky has spent the Putin years in thankless, fruitless opposition, as his brand of liberal economics and political reform has failed to take root. It could be because, unlike Putin, he doesn't speak to Russia's heart.
aired 40 days ago
A decade ago, Iceland was a by-word for bubble economics with then three banks having collapsed and much of the economy too. Iceland's Prime Minister is a left-wing environmentalist whose ambitious pledge is to make Iceland carbon neutral by 2040.
aired 43 days ago
Stephen Sackur is in Florida to speak to one of the crew members of the Apollo 11 mission. 2019 marks the fiftieth anniversary of one of the most remarkable feats of exploration in the history of humankind, which landed men on the moon.
aired 47 days ago
Stephen Sackur speaks to Victor Gao, a well-connected think tank analyst in Beijing who once worked as an interpreter for Deng Xiao Ping. 2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the Chinese government's suppression of the pro-democracy protests in Tiananmen Square. Since then, China has undergone a remarkable economic transformation.
aired 56 days ago
Stephen Sackur speaks to Preet Bharara, former US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and one of America's most powerful federal prosecutors until President Trump fired him in 2017. The Mueller report is out and has raised new questions.
aired 57 days ago
Zeinab Badawi speaks to Martin Fayulu, Presidential candidate in the DRC 2018 election. How far can the Democratic Republic of Congo, a giant of a county ravaged by war poverty and disease, set itself on a path of peace and reconciliation?
aired 65 days ago
Edouard Louis produced a harrowing account of his own upbringing in a working class town in the north of France. Since then he's written two more books, drawn from his own experience of class, discrimination, violence, in a fractured France.
aired 75 days ago
Stephen Sackur speaks to Philippe Lamberts, a Belgian Green party MEP and member of the European Parliament's Brexit steering group. Is it time for the European Union to put Theresa May out of her Brexit misery? As the British Prime Minister makes another last ditch attempt to nail down parliamentary approval for a Brexit deal the EU must decide whether to extend the UK's departure deadline for a second time. Has patience run out in Brussels?
aired 83 days ago
Stephen Sackur speaks to NATO's Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation is 70 years old this year, but despite its achievements and longevity, celebrations are muted. That's because NATO's cohesion and long-term viability are being questioned as never before. Is the Secretary General simply papering over the organisation's widening cracks?
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aired 85 days ago
It's hard to remember a time when Britain wasn't consumed by Brexit agony. MPs are currently trying to find a Brexit consensus in defiance of the wishes of PM May. Her own deal remains short of a parliamentary majority but she remains hopeful.
aired 91 days ago
The World Bank is about to get a new Trump-nominated president who has been sharply critical of its past activities. A look at if the current interim head of the World Bank braced for turbulence ahead.
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