In-depth, hard-hitting interviews with newsworthy personalities.
What motivates the jihadi fighters?
Earlier this year Suha Arafat, the widow of Yasser Arafat, spoke to Zeinab Badawi.
Tim Franks talks to the artist who penned 'American Pie' about his most famous song.
After five decades making movies, is Werner Herzog's love of film as intense as ever?
His novels explore dark themes but is Colm Tóibín as intense as his fiction suggests?
Zeinab Badawi talks to the South African jazz musician and activist Hugh Masekela.
Hardtalk talks to James Ellroy regarded as America’s greatest living crime writer.
Can the first black leader of South Africa's main opposition take race out of politics?
She is about to retire after three decades of performing. What makes Sylvie Guillem tick?
Could Turkey be slipping back into conflict? Zeinab Badawi asks HDP MP Ertuğrul Kürkçü.
Calais' Deputy Mayor Philippe Mignonet and British MP Tim Loughton on the migrant crisis.
Allen Ault used to organise state executions in Georgia, now he opposes the death penalty
The Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is facing a rebellion within his party
Marc Quinn is one of Britain's best known artists. Will his work stand the test of time?
Why is it proving so hard to root drugs out of sport?
Why are America's race-based wounds so slow to heal?
The Nato military alliance has a proud history, but does it have a future?
How much has changed for Kellie Maloney following gender reassignment surgery?
Is he a credible or wise addition to Ukraine’s hard-pressed government?
Brandon Bryant's time as a drone operator has left him feeling angry - we find out why.
Hardtalk speaks to William Schabas, who chaired the commission of inquiry into Gaza war.
What happened to American leadership in a troubled region?
What purpose does the trial of former Nazi SS guard Oskar Groning serve today?
Will he win over supporters of the ANC and take race out of South African politics?
What motivates the jihadist fighters?