As the lockdown of Canada’s parliament building continues, we report on the Ottawa gun attack. We ask how products branded with images of Hitler made it to the shelves and trace the life of Madrid’s first skyscraper.
We talk hotel searches with Tom Leathes of Top10.com, meet the founder of the Millennial Trains Project and discuss the events industry with Richard Dodgson. We also ponder business partnerships with the CEOs of Technogym…
James Schneider and Brett Mason discuss Australia’s attempt to stamp out home-grown terror and Tunisia’s impending election. Plus the bird photographer who took to the wild to capture the perfect shot.
Have arms airdropped by the US fallen into Isis hands? And why has North Korea released one of its American prisoners? Also on the programme we pay tribute to former Washington Post executive editor Ben Bradlee.
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.