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Sputnik

Episode 067 Reuters / Pierre Albouy
HSBC is in big trouble. It wasn’t an attraction to cheese which drew it to Geneva, but rather the opportunity to either evade or avoid tax. Joining Sputnik this week to survey the mountain of troubles surrounding this is an alternative economist ... February 28, 2015 09:30
Sputnik

Sputnik orbits the World with George Galloway, looking behind the stories which made the news, as well as unearthing the ones that didn’t. As one of the longest serving MPs, expect debate and discussion between George and authoritative, influential, but most importantly informed, guests. Co-host Gayatri Pertiwi will take to the streets and social media, gathering your thoughts and opinions to add to the mix. Topics may differ from politics to social concerns, but Sputnik will remain true to its aim - bringing a new perspective, a different view.

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Episode 066

Libya has gone to hell and there appears no timetable for a return journey. There may not be one at all. Last week the Islamic State lined up 21...

February 21, 2015 09:30
Reuters/Alkis Konstantinidis
Episode 065

With the flurry of diplomacy snowing down on the Ukraine and a shaky ceasefire deal set to start at 10pm on Sunday, we invite Alexander Nekrassov aboard...

February 13, 2015 09:30
Dominic Frisby (Photo from dominicfrisby.com)
Episode 064

Dominic Frisby is that rare figure: a funny anarchist. Both comedian and economist, he’s nonetheless deadly serious when he says the state should be...

February 07, 2015 09:30
Head of radical leftist Syriza party Alexis Tsipras waves after winning elections in Athens, January 25, 2015. (Reuters/Alkis Konstantinidis)
Episode 063

On Sunday Greeks elected the most radical left wing government in Europe since the 1930s. With half the youth unemployed, mass poverty, a suicide...

January 31, 2015 13:55
Episode 062

The bodies have been buried, the shooting, for now at least, has stopped, but the reverberations of the killings in Paris are far from over. There...

January 24, 2015 09:30
Reuters / Afolabi Sotunde
Episode 061

In the same week that 17 people died in Paris, 2,000 people died in another terrorist outrage in Borno, a province in Nigeria of virtually no importance...

January 17, 2015 16:42
Members of the French police special forces evacuate the hostages after launching the assault at a kosher grocery store in Porte de Vincennes, eastern Paris, on January 9, 2015.(AFP Photo / Thomas Samson)
Episode 060

Bangladesh, a nation of 160 million and one of the world's most populous democracies has over the last few weeks gotten a whole lot less democratic....

January 10, 2015 09:30
Reuters / Shannon Stapleton
Episode 059

The world's greatest saxophone player is something to be. He's not American as you might expect. In fact, he came upon these genres in the only record...

January 03, 2015 03:30
Reuters / U.S. Navy
Episode 058

Former Prime Minister Harold Wilson said a week is a long time in politics. Sir Edward Leigh MP looks back at 52 of them! Distinguished politician, veteran...

December 26, 2014 09:30