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Stephen King: Are you afraid of the dark?
Stephen Sackur speaks to the bestselling master of horror writing
Baroness Minouche Shafik: What do we owe each other?
The need for a new social contract that is less about 'me' and more about 'we'
Regina Ip Lau Suk-yee: Is the concept of ‘one country, two systems’ dead?
Stephen Sackur interviews one of Beijing’s most loyal backers in Hong Kong
Jean-Claude Juncker: Is Covid an unprecedented test of EU cohesion?
Stephen Sackur speaks to the former president of the European Commission
Marina Abramović: A remarkable career pushed to the limits
Stephen Sackur interviews the world's most famous performance artist.
Erika Lust: Can porn be feminist?
We speak to feminist pornographer Erika Lust to ask if porn can be ethical
Sir Vartan Melkonian: From Beirut street child to the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
How one of the world's most renowned conductors overcame remarkable adversity
Barbara Amiel: What do the super-rich owe the rest of the world?
What does a former newspaper columnist's memoir reveal about the lives of the wealthy?
Ken Rogoff: Does Bidenomics make sense?
We speak to US economist Ken Rogoff, on the economic consequences of the pandemic
Amrullah Saleh: Is the Afghan peace process running out of road?
Stephen Sackur speaks to the First Vice President of Afghanistan Amrullah Saleh
Tsitsi Dangarembga: Are better days coming for Zimbabwe?
Zeinab Badawi interviews one of Zimbabwe's most influential cultural figures
Serj Tankian: System of a Down frontman on activism and music
Do politics or music matter more to the frontman of one of the world's biggest rock acts?
Silvia Foti: When truth trumps family loyalty
Silvia Foti on grappling with family responsible for the holocaust