Stephen Sackur speaks to Syrian opposition negotiator, Bassma Kodmani.
Stephen Sackur speaks with Fahd al Rasheed, CEO of King Abdullah Economic City.
Søren Espersen on immigration and Danish values
Does Europol have the powers it needs to defeat cross border terror and organised crime?
Zeinab Badawi speaks to Iyad Ameen Madani of the Organisation of Islamic Co-operation
Erna Solberg, Prime Minister of Norway on her country's stance on migration
Saudi Arabia faces economic and political instability - is the House of Saud in trouble?
In-depth, hard-hitting interviews with newsworthy personalities.
What will be the result of lifting sanctions on Iran?
Hardtalk talks Fracking with Francis Egan, who wants to bring it to the UK
Former CIA agent John Kiriakou went public with the truth about water-boarding
Is America ready for his enduring punk sensibility?
The Eurosceptic’s have a historic opportunity – can they seize it?
Is there any way to take the heat out of the Saudi-Iranian confrontation?
Can his country stay intact and navigate the road to full EU membership?
Should female genital mutilation have a place in the 21st Century?
Novelist and poet Ben Okri on the freedom for storytellers to explore their continent
Nir Barkat has grand plans for advancing Jerusalem but just how equal is the city?
Insight into the mind of a doctor from Dr Henry Marsh, neurosurgeon
Hardtalk interviews newsmakers and personalities from across the globe.
After more than 3 decades at the top, Sylvie Guillem is retiring from ballet.
Nigel Owens refereed the Rugby World Cup final. He speaks to Zeinab Badawi.
Will the fight for Africa's endangered wildlife have a happy ending?
The award winning writer, Colm Tóibín, talks to Stephen Sackur.
Actor Burt Reynolds on his Hollywood career and why he is proud of only some of his films
Is Lord Turner's solution - printing money to stimulate growth - credible?
Can the businessman and politician Tokyo Sexwale, replace Sepp Blatter at FIFA?
Does the Anglican establishment have its priorities right?
Is Tunisia's example of inclusive politics a realistic model for other countries?