Thomas Chatterton Williams: Race, identity and power Sept. 18, 2020
A mixed-race American writer who challenges the so-called 'woke' culture
We speak to the new chief of the International Atomic Energy Agency
Polls suggest more and more Scots want out of the United Kingdom - can Ross preserve it?
The Lithuanian president discusses the geopolitics at play in neighbouring Belarus
Frank Luntz: Can Donald Trump win? Sept. 8, 2020
We speak to the veteran Republican party pollster and consultant Frank Luntz
Laura Kövesi: Can the EU's 'corruption buster' deliver? Sept. 6, 2020
Stephen Sackur speaks to the EU's first public prosecutor
Is the pandemic is unleashing a tsunami of scapegoating, hate and xenophobia?
Alfre Woodard: The artist and the activist Sept. 2, 2020
A veteran screen actor discusses making art in America's current political climate
Sam Harris: A place for conversation in an angry world Aug. 30, 2020
Is extremism and intolerance drowning out reasoned debate?
We hear from the microbiologist who has hit out at Brazilian President Jair Bolsanaro
An exiled artist gives her thoughts on the protests against Alexander Lukashenko
Katie Hill: When a politician's nude photos are leaked Aug. 23, 2020
What does a former Congresswoman's case tell us about sexism and modern politics?
Kishore Mahbubani: Has Covid-19 weakened the West? Aug. 21, 2020
A former Singaporean diplomat says the pandemic has shifted the global balance of power
Has the euphoria that followed last year's revolution given way to harsh realities?
Wu'er Kaixi: China's crackdown on Uighur dissent Aug. 16, 2020
We speak to Wu'er Kaixi, a Chinese political dissident in exile since Tiananmen
Nikol Pashinyan: Peace for Armenia and Azerbaijan? Aug. 13, 2020
We speak to the Armenian Prime Minister about their conflict with Azerbaijan.
Raoul Nehme: Can Lebanon be saved from collapse? Aug. 12, 2020
We speak to Lebanon's economy minister following the resignation of the entire government
Chris Packham: 'Finding the good in the bad' of Covid-19 Aug. 10, 2020
Naturalist Chris Packham says new sustainable economies can emerge after Covid-19
Is support waning for Venezuela's opposition?
Sir Jeremy Farrar is a scientific advisor to the UK government