In-depth, hard-hitting interviews with newsworthy personalities.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos talks to Stephen Sackur in Bogota.
Should NATO join the coalition bombing IS in Syria after the terrorist attacks in Paris?
Is Brazil teetering on the brink of a major political and economic crisis?
What is making the sport so popular today?
Should foreign journalists report from such dangerous conflict zones?
What does Jeremy Corbyn mean for Labour and for Britain?
Is a new wave of extremism sweeping the West Bank and Gaza?
Will the fight for Africa's endangered wildlife have a happy ending?
As the Obama presidency enters its final phase how have attitudes towards the US shifted?
Can we be confident the right lessons have been learned from the great financial crash?
Does Russia’s desire to shore up the Assad regime risk a confrontation with the US?
What is driving the latest violence between Israelis and Palestinians?
Stephen Sackur asks Eric Cantor, what on earth is going on inside the Republican party?
What does Syria tell us about US foreign policy making in the age of Obama?
Is delivering healthcare in the world’s conflict zones becoming more dangerous?
American author Jonathan Franzen on his life and work and modern culture
Does the West have a coherent strategy in Syria?
Falsely accused in an investigation of historical sex abuse, when will the trauma end?
Will Europe ever agree on how to tackle the migration crisis?
Mohamed Fahmy, the now freed former Al Jazeera English bureau chief in Cairo
How far has the refugee crisis exposed tensions between Christians and Muslims?
Syrian businessman Ayman Asfari, CEO of Petrofac,on international intervention in Syria
Emmanuel Macron on the economic reforms he is spearheading
How well is Hungary handling the migration crisis on its borders?
Does David Cameron's position on Syria and the migrant crisis make sense?
Is Nato prepared to accept Georgia as a new member?