We talk to Gehad El-Haddad, adviser to the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party.
Stephen Sackur talks to psychiatrist Steve Peters, consultant to British Olympic cycling.
An interview with Beeban Kidron, one of the few really successful women film-makers.
Stephen Sackur talks to Labour's business spokesman Chuka Umunna.
The former head of Mossad explains why an attack on Iran might not benefit Israel.
Choreographer Wayne McGregor on why he remains the maverick inside the world of ballet
We speak to Dr Ali Asghar Soltanieh, Iran's ambassador to the UN's nuclear watchdog.
We speak to the chairman of the Police Federation in England and Wales, Paul McKeever.
Could we soon see a cure for HIV/Aids? Francoise Barre-Sinoussi thinks so.
Stephen Sackur talks to artist Tracey Emin about her life, work and latest exhibition.
Gavin Esler speaks to one of the greatest lyricists of his generation, Sir Tim Rice.
Stephen Sackur discusses the global economic crisis with economist Paul Krugman.
Gavin Esler speaks to Yiannis Milios, the economic sdvisor of the Syriza Party in Greece.
Iron Maiden lead singer Bruce Dickinson talks about his dual roles as frontman and pilot.
Eighteen months ago, Robin Gibb joined Stephen Sackur in the Hardtalk studio.
Stephen Sackur speaks to Grigory Yavlinsky, a veteran leader of Russia's opposition
Stephen Sackur speaks to French international footballer Louis Saha.
If the Greeks leave the euro now, how far could the contagion spread?
Did the West get the balance between war and diplomacy fundamentally wrong in Afghanistan?
Jordan's foreign minister Nasser Judeh talks about the prospects for reform.
Are American Jews, as Norman Finkelstein claims, falling out of love with Israel?
Sir Ronald Cohen is committed to social investment but can capitalism deliver public good?
Philip Glass is driven by a simple question, what is music? So what is his answer?
Is Africa's economic growth being matched by improved governance?
South Sudan is in trouble. Is there hope for a negotiated settlement?
Sir John Sulston on whether science can help the human species change its ways
Bahrain's monarchy says it has heeded the message of the Arab Spring - but has it?
Is the politics of Russia proving to be bad for business?
Zoë Wanamaker, actor, talks about her family's artistic obsession - Shakespeare
Peter Keen on London Olympics. Has the cult of winning gone too far?