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Worlds Apart

House rules ft. Ngaire Woods, dean at Blavatnik School of Govt, Oxford
With all the turmoil, economic hardship and austerity troubling the world today, it seems good governance is rare. And while it's easy to criticize governments for failing to deliver, running a tight ship is harder than it may seem. How can gove... January 29, 2015 11:30
Worlds Apart

Worlds Apart is a fast-paced, in-depth discussion on the most pressing issues facing the world today.It strives to depart from the traditional Q&A form of interview in favor of a more emotive and engaging conversation. Host Oksana Boyko is not afraid to ask the hard questions that others avoid, with the aim of promoting intelligent public debate.

 Halla Diyab, Syrian author and activist, to discuss these issues
Assad state of affairs? - Featuring Halla Diyab, Syrian author & activist

With the Syrian conflict in deadlock and no political solution in sight, the bloodbath is set to continue. And with the fractured opposition offering no...

January 25, 2015 06:30
Tolerating intolerance? ft. George Vassiliou, President of the Republic of Cyprus (1988-1993)

From the sanctions war between Europe and Russia to the Charlie Hebdo affair, common sense in politics appears to be anything but common these days....

January 22, 2015 11:30
Former European Central Bank (ECB) President Jean-Claude Trichet (Reuters / Charles Platiau)
Banking on crisis - ft. Jean-Claude Trichet, European Central Bank President (2003-2011)

The sanctions war between Russia and Europe has been biting on all sides, and with the prospects of a Grexit looming over the horizon, the region's...

January 18, 2015 06:30
Anne-Elisabeth Moutet (Flickr.com/AEPix)
Checkpoint Charlie ft. Anne-Elisabeth Moutet, columnist, The Telegraph

The Charlie Hebdo massacre shocked the world and triggered an outpouring of support for free speech. And while few would argue that the satirical...

January 15, 2015 11:30
Guitarist Brian May of Queen (Reuters / Cathal McNaughton)
Queentessential rights

The music of legendary band Queen transcended borders, politics and even time. From rocking South Africa's apartheid to championing animal rights in the...

January 08, 2015 06:30
Spanish Catalan opera soprano Montserrat Caballe (AFP Photo / Gerard Julien)
Giving voice

Conflicts have been proliferating around the globe, and despite living in a hyper-connected world, it seems that divisions between people have never been...

January 01, 2015 11:30
Recreating reproduction with Dr Carl Djerassi, co-inventor of the contraceptive pill

The invention of the contraceptive pill helped usher in the sexual revolution in the West, changing the balance of power between the sexes. And while women...

December 27, 2014 06:30
Correct but wrong? Hanne Nabintu Herland, author & historian of religions

Liberalism and secularism are considered to be cornerstones of Western civilization, though many feel that their overemphasis has led away from traditional...

December 25, 2014 11:30
Michael O'Hanlon (Screenshot from RT video)
​BEAR-ING CRIMEA - ft. Michael O'Hanlon, Director of Research, Brookings Institution

The differences between the positions of Russia and the West on Crimea and Ukraine appear insurmountable. Yet both sides realise their global interests are...

December 21, 2014 06:30