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24
JAN

Inside Europe 24.01.2020

French police under fire amid allegations of brutality - Can the EU make a difference in the Libyan conflict? - Make or break talks on Spain's Catalan crisis - Holocaust Memorial Day: a special report from the Auschwitz Nazi death camp - Personal reflections on the Holocaust - Unexploded World War II bombs made safe in two German cities - The sexual mores of the Parisian intellectual elite.
17
JAN

Inside Europe 16.01.2020

A political shake-up in Russia – Power-sharing returns to Northern Ireland – Salvaging the Iran nuclear deal – Going for Gold at the Winter Youth Olympics – Erdogan’s “crazy project” - Harry and Megan’s legal battle - US climate scientists head to Europe – The abortion debate in Greece
10
JAN

Inside Europe 10.01.2020

Washington calls on the EU for more support over Iran – Keeping the skies safe during conflict – Austria’s new coalition – Segregated schools in Bosnia – Cyprus gang rape case – Nigerian prostitution in Europe – Traditional Greek boats threatened - French transport strikes boost carpooling
20
DEC
2019

Inside Europe

Inside Europe is a one hour weekly news magazine that explores the topical issues shaping the continent.
20
DEC
2019

Inside Europe 20.12.2019

Italy’s ‘Sardines’ shake up politics – EU piles pressure on Maltese leader – Hungary’s controversial ‘culture law’ – Christmas in Greenland – Greta Thunberg takes on German rail – The home of Extinction Rebellion – Saunas in Finland – The migrant influx on Samos – Bells ring in Norway’s Christmas
13
DEC
2019

Inside Europe 13.12.2019

On this week's show: A decisive victory for Boris Johnson - Deadly conditions for migrants in Bosnia as winter sets in - Women take over the reins of power in Finland - Italian families open their homes to migrants - Progress in talks on Ukraine conflict - Luring Greece's talent back home - Game of Thrones boosts tourism in Northern Ireland
05
DEC
2019

Inside Europe 06.12.2019

Clashes overshadow NATO Summit – Greece and Turkey at odds over Libya deal – Hungarian control over press 'unprecedented' – Grim warnings on climate change at COP25 – Belgrade pollution breaks record – Russia’s journalists, bloggers fear 'foreign agent' law – French honey bees get their buzz back – Lithuania's unusual protest moment
29
NOV
2019

Inside Europe 29.11.2019

New measures to combat femicide in France – The Dresden treasure heist – The bid to save Oslo’s Y-block - A rational solution to one of Prague's darker tales - Greece launches a campaign to help 5,000 unaccompanied migrant children – The Uzbek cleaning woman-turned DJ - Swiss cheese makers find ways to sell more cheese – French farmers on the march
22
NOV
2019

Inside Europe 22.11.2019

French President Emmanuel Macron causes outrage amongst NATO allies – Can Venice be saved? - Prince Andrew steps down from royal duties – Serbia’s star of performance art – The exodus from southern Italy - Rick O'Shea drops in with a selection of books for Christmas - Oslo's annual Christmas gift to London – The decline of Scots Gaelic
14
NOV
2019

Inside Europe 15.11.2019

Turkey wants to re-migrate up to two million Syrians to their homeland. But will Syria welcome them back? – Nigel Farage makes a huge U-turn ahead of next month's UK election – Czechs and Slovaks recall the start of the Velvet Revolution that brought Communism to an end – Mozart's opera Idomeneo opens in Rome with a cast of migrants – A Dresden family's search for answers about a lost child

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