HARDtalk

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

Is elite sport honest about the vulnerability of its stars?
Does the debate on trans rights pose a problem for the gay liberation movement?
Is Venezuela on the brink of regime change or has the opposition seriously miscalculated?
Post-Brexit, how will Britain stack up as a source of global power and influence?
Is China becoming more authoritarian under President Xi JinPing?
One of the US's most powerful federal prosecutors until President Trump fired him in 2017
What will it take to bring peace to Afghanistan?
Can Sudan make the transition to a democratic government?
Can the Democratic Republic of Congo set itself on a path of peace and reconciliation?
Nigerian writer and Nobel Literature laureate, Wole Soyinka
Does Germany need to reboot its economic model?
How soon can Sudan become a democracy?
Writer - Edouard Louis April 15, 2019
Is anger the fuel that propels Edouard Louis to write his books?
Jason Rezaian worked for the Washington Post in Tehran when he was arrested and jailed
50 years on, what was the significance of the Apollo 11 mission to the moon?
Stephen Sackur speaks to former US Deputy Secretary of State William Burns.
Philippe Lamberts MEP April 4, 2019
Stephen Sackur talks to Philippe Lamberts MEP. Will Britain get more time to exit the EU?
How much autonomy does Hong Kong really enjoy?
Writer - Angie Thomas April 3, 2019
Can literature help bridge America's racial divide?
The first Trump campaign member to be convicted as a result of the Mueller probe