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940 17 Jun 2015
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Wednesday 17 June: 

We explore Russian defence issues and the future of European airlines. We also review the Latin American newspapers and our correspondent in Berlin takes a look at the German capital’s quality of life.

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939 16 Jun 2015
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Tuesday 16 June: 

We broadcast live from day two of the Paris Air Show, featuring interviews with an Airbus A350 test pilot and Randy Tinseth from Boeing. We also take a look at the top cities in Monocle’s latest Quality of Life survey and meet Melbourne’s Maz Salt, founder of The Office of Public Works.

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938 15 Jun 2015
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Monday 15 June: 

A special episode broadcast live from the Paris Air Show. Plus an interview with Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore.

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937 12 Jun 2015
00:30:00

Friday 12 June: 

We ask what’s next for Greece after the IMF leaves the negotiation table and assess the role Rupert Murdoch will play at 21st Century Fox after nominally stepping down as CEO. Plus we will interpret the week in statistics, with Ipsos MORI chief executive, Ben Page.

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936 11 Jun 2015
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Thursday 11 June: 

As Polish prime minister Ewa Kopacz announces the resignation of several ministers, we ask if this could reverse the slide of her party’s popularity. We also examine the plan to create a free-trade zone between 26 African countries and head to Greece, as the public broadcaster ERT returns after two years of silence.

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935 10 Jun 2015
00:30:00

Wednesday 10 June: 

We assess the complete overhaul of Malaysia Airlines, after CEO Christoph Mueller announces the airline will be restructured into a new company. We discuss infrastructure in Brazil and delve into the world of luxury as Thai retailer Central Group decides to speed up its European expansion.

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934 9 Jun 2015
00:30:00

Tuesday 9 June: 

As the Nigerian military moves its headquarters to the northern town of Maiduguri, we examine President Buhari’s efforts to combat Boko Haram. Plus, the Chinese and Israeli labour agreement is at a stalemate, Serbia’s controversial monument to Franz Ferdinand’s assassin and can Parisians really clean up their city?

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933 8 Jun 2015
00:30:00

Monday 8 June: 

As Turkey’s main opposition parties celebrate the election results, we assess what the next steps will be for AKP. We also take a look at capital control in Iceland and discuss the controversy surrounding Anish Kapoor's latest exhibition in Versailles.

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932 5 Jun 2015
00:30:00

Friday 5 June: 

We hear why the Romanian prime minister is being investigated for corruption, look ahead to this weekend’s G7 meeting in Germany and hear why Nordic noir still appeals to Londoners.

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931 4 Jun 2015
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Thursday 4 June: 

We get the latest on renewed fighting in Ukraine, learn what Australia thinks of the Fifa scandal and discuss same-sex branding in Brazil.

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930 3 Jun 2015
00:30:00

Wednesday 3 June: 

We ask how the Chinese government is influencing media coverage of the Yangtze river cruise-ship disaster, learn how Fifa’s implosion will impact the 2022 World Cup in Qatar with investigative reporter Heidi Blake and find out which Japanese animation character is going down a storm in China.

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929 2 Jun 2015
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Tuesday 2 June: 

We find out why former Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili gives up his Georgian passport and takes on the job as a Ukrainian governor. We also hear why the Finnish government is working in an open-plan office and get the day’s main business headlines.

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