Is Syria part of a wider story of international humanitarian failure?
After five decades making movies, is Werner Herzog's love of film as intense as ever?
Is the notion of 'giving back' a choice or a moral obligation for the world's richest?
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Where does Hong Kongs umbrella revolution's campaign for political reform go next?
What can the life of Anders Breivik, who killed 77 people, tell us about Norwary today?
Is American capitalism in danger of collapse?
Why hasn’t freedom reduced inequality in South Africa?
"For my fellow filthy rich...wake up, people - it won’t last” warns Nick Hanauer
Are Britain and Nato exhibiting dangerous weakness on conflicts from Ukraine to Syria?
What does the Liberal Democrat party’s experience say about politics in Britain today?
In-depth, hard-hitting interviews with newsworthy personalities.
In terms of the Jewish community and Labour are there problems that just can't be fixed?
Is the Catholic Church helping or hindering the development of the Philippines?
Is this a time for economic confidence, or caution?
Will President Goodluck Jonathan or former military dictator Muhammadu Buhari win voters?
Why does she believe there is a lack of trust between the government and British Muslims?
What does his extraordinary story tell us about the nature of the jihadist threat?
Are ‘three-parent babies’ a revolution too far?
Senior Economic Adviser to Chancellor Angela Merkel
Owner of Salford Rugby League Club
Founder of Alternative for Germany party
Young, black and poor Americans and the police today
Hardtalk speaks to the man who has been called America’s greatest living crime writer
Lebanon's Minister of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants
Does Pakistan need to change it's handling of terrorists?
Ukrainian novelist on the country's uprising and the impact of writing in Russian
Is torture ever justifiable?
The EU's former Chief Scientific Advisor talks of the role's challenges