This year has been one of divided politics, from Brexit to Trump, so is it time to take a stand? We look at the history of the protest song and discuss the musicians vocalising the opinions of a new generation.
There is plenty of music in the Middle East but how do you hear it? Two entrepreneurs are launching English-language platform Dandin to help promote talent in the region; from protest songs to perfect pop, it’s an online…
Despite years of turbulence between Taiwan and China, this island’s pop culture leaves the mainland standing. From idols to protest singers via television talent shows, Taipei pop is the country’s new heavy industry.
Despite years of turbulence between Taiwan and China, this island's pop culture leaves the mainland standing. From idols to protest singers via television talent shows, Taipei pop is the country's new heavy industry.
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.
We discuss the recent fighting between Isis and Kurdish forces, analyse the latest from the Brazilian election, examine the weekend's “pro-family” protest in Paris, and talk business news with Pimm Fox.
What does it take to turn a protest movement into a potent electoral force? Steve Bloomfield talks to Emilio Sáenz-Francés and Eduardo Suarez about the rise of Spain’s Podemos and the country’s political revolution.