Inside Europe
Inside Europe

Inside Europe, a one-hour weekly news magazine hosted by Helen Seeney and Keith Walker, explores the topical issues shaping the continent. No other part of the globe has experienced such dynamic political and social change in recent years.

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54 min

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
54 min

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
54 min

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
54 min

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
54 min

Inside Europe 08.11.2019

What impact will Nigel Farage's Brexit Party have on next month's UK election? — Fears over France's new facial recognition system — Greeks protest migrant transfers to the mainland — Czech prosecutors reopen the probe into the mysterious 1948 death of politician Jan Masaryk — An in-depth look at the fall of the Berlin Wall 30 years ago.
54 min

Inside Europe 01.11.2019

Brexit delayed again — The UK calls a general election — Speaker of the House John Bercow stands down after ten years — Germany debates Turkey's incursion into northern Syria — We visit a French theme park with a focus on tradition and French heritage — Latvia moves to further integrate speakers of Russian into society — A Swedish town clamps down on 'controversial' art — and more!
54 min

Inside Europe 24.10.2019

A clampdown on independent media amid Turkey's incursion in northern Syria - Northern Ireland decriminalizes abortion - Four suspects charged over the murder of Slovakian journalist Jan Kuciak - Rome sees mass right-wing rally - The world's only cocktail mixing contest for women only - Brexit uncertainty inspires music in Northern Ireland
54 min

Inside Europe 18.10.2019

Two NATO allies face off over northern Syria. Who stands to gain? - Tensions rise in Catalonia - The Mont Blanc glacier on the verge of collapse - Are Czech-Chinese ties in peril? - Poland's ruling nationalist party wins poll - Hungary's opposition wins Budapest mayoral race - Supermarkets fight food waste in France – Gelato with a sustainable difference
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