We analyse Hong Kong’s protest movement, get the business news from Greece, look at the responsibilities of the international community to protect Syria’s civilians and review the morning newspapers with Giles Winn.
Can support from former Brazilian president Lula Inácio de Silva help swing the election for his successor Dilma Rousseff? We also hear how women conquered broadcast news in the US with author Sheila Weller.
As a watch group finds evidence of cluster bombs in Ukraine we look at the latest developments in the region. Plus we visit a pop-up contemporary gallery in Nigeria and say goodbye to Oscar de la Renta.
With talks set to take place between protestors and government officials, we hear the latest from Hong Kong. Plus we reflect on the death of Total chief executive Christophe de Margerie and report on the fight against Isis…
We look ahead to political talks in Hong Kong, discuss the wider strategy of Isis, explore the role of the “Responsibility to Protect” doctrine in the context of Libya and review the morning newspapers.
As Indonesia’s new president is inaugurated, we assess what kind of leader he might be, plus news of the search for a Russian submarine off the Stockholm archipelago and journalist Matt Bai discusses his new book.
Broadcast’s Peter White introduces highlights from this year’s MIPCOM conference, we meet playwright Jingan Macpherson Young as her new production Filth opens in London and we hear live music from New Build.
What the resignation of two ministers from Shinzo Abe’s cabinet means for the leader, we discuss the significance of Nigeria being declared free of Ebola by the World Health Organisation, review the North American papers…