Solving the Greek debt crisis
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou delivers an impassioned plea to German business leaders to help his country out of its debt crisis. The BBC's Steve Evans reports.
Saving the euro
Can the euro currency survive the economic crisis hitting Europe? Jacques Delors, president of the European Commission between 1985 to 1994 tells Newshour it can be saved.
Country music and hard times
Our Washington correspondent Paul Adams reports on how the struggle of unemployed Americans is being reflected in the country music charts.
Australia lifts female combat ban
Neil James of the Australian Defence Association and Dr Kathryn Spurling of the Australian Defence Force Academy discuss broadening the roles of women in the army.
Life as France's first lady
Our guest presenter, Christine Ockrent talks to Carla Bruni about her life as the wife of President Sarkozy.
Cancer treatment policy
Professor Richard Sullivan from King's College London and the French Socialist MP Marisol Touraine discuss the ethics of treating terminally ill patients with expensive drugs.
Our sports correspondent Tim Franks talks to the author of the Robert Enke biography about the footballer's battle with depression.
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