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

Acclaimed writer Margaret Heffernan has published a book on the fallacies of forecasting.
The chief economist at the global economic forum, the OECD, discusses Covid-19
Does political uncertainty now make Ireland especially vulnerable to coronavirus?
Shaun Ley speaks to the president of the Syrian American Medical Society
How severe will the financial effects of the coronavirus be?
Democrat Congressman Anthony Brown on the best candidate to beat Donald Trump
Zeinab Badawi is in Johannesburg, talking to renowned artist William Kentridge
Mr Attal is the Minister for Youth and a rising star in the President’s En Marche party.
Shaun Ley interviews David Tait, successful financier and survivor of sexual abuse
Zeinab Badawi asks Mmusi Maimane about the state of South African politics
Is the World Health Organisation moving fast enough?
What happens to a people living with trauma and collective despair?
Stephen Sackur cross examines one of America's most high profile lawyers.
Stephen Sackur speaks to the woman who first coined the phrase "Me Too"
Top models are deemed to have a look that attracts and sells. But how diverse is it?
Stephen Sackur interviews UN Special Rapporteur on extra judicial killing Agnes Callamard
Is partisanship infecting every corner of today's realm of ideas?
The leader of the party's biggest financial backer on what it should do next
How hard is it to tell South Africa’s post-apartheid story?
The Scotish nationalists have plenty of passion, but do they have a winning strategy?