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

Sinn Fein won the most votes at Ireland's election last February. Is it still as popular?
He won the Nobel Prize for economics in 2015. His new work looks at 'deaths of despair'
We speak to veteran women's rights lawyer Gloria Allred
Stephen Sackur speaks to the chair of the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization
What lessons can the world learn from an Aboriginal sports star's experience?
We speak to the Palestinian ambassador in London
Nathan Law was a member of Hong Kong's Legislative Council and a pro-democracy activist
Can chimps and so many other species be saved from mass extinction?
Stephen Sackur speaks to a member of Hong Kong's Executive Council
What, if anything, can stir Russians to rebel?
A former astronaut talks about exploring the deepest point under the ocean
Can the creator of Veep find humour amid the world's crises?
We speak to Maria Ressa, the journalist just convicted of cyber-libel.
The former creative director at US Vogue looks back at his years in the fashion industry
How will the institution cope in the face of hostility from President Trump?
We speak to leftist Congressman Jim McGovern and ask if Biden can unite the Democrats
How much damage has the pandemic done to international collaboration?
A world-renowned epidemiologist analyses the international response to Covid-19
Simon Cheng was detained in China while working for the UK's Hong Kong consulate
Will the protests sweeping across the United States be a catalyst for genuine change?