Inside Europe 13.06.2019
A risky election rerun in Turkey - Two Hongkongers are granted asylum in Germany – German rescue boat captain faces jail in Italy – Stemming the exodus from Kosovo – Passing on the D-Day torch – UK is ‘Europe’s cocaine capital’ – Germany remembers Anne Frank – Unlocking change in eastern Europe – Russia’s role in the Middle East – Nightingales in Berlin
Inside Europe 06.06.2019
Europe marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day; we meet WWII veterans on the Normandy beaches — Trump's visit to Europe sparks huge demonstrations in London — John Laurenson visits a Danish hotel run by drug addicts — Czech prime minister under pressure to step down amid fraud allegations — Climate change protesters threaten to use drones to close Heathrow Airport — Indigenous at Venice Art Biennale
Inside Europe 30.05.2019
The European Parliament election results – Snap elections for Greece – Austrian government ousted – Mussolini’s legacy lingers on – Remembering Turkey’s disappeared – A Green Wave in Denmark – On vintage wheels through the Tuscan hills – Prisons and AI – Is support growing for a united Ireland?
Inside Europe 24.05.2019
Secret video footage brings down Austria's government — Is Istanbul's mayoral election re-run a blow to Turkey's democracy? — Greece's worrying new trend: kidnapping migrants — Accusations of harassment and a spate of reported suicides at France Telecom — The Dutch migration minister resigns over migrant crime statistics — Poland's new wave of censorship — and more!
Inside Europe: EU election special
This special edition focuses on the elections to the European Parliament, crucial to deciding what course the EU takes. Brussels is telling 400 million voters to "choose their future." We look at the politics, the parties and the people.
Inside Europe 09.05.19
The EU faces threats from Washington and Tehran - Istanbul to rerun mayoral vote – Poland says Germany owes billions in war reparations - Can drones change farming? – Prague honours a heroine of WWII - Migrant workers exploited by the Italian mafia – Libraries around the clock in Denmark – Pedestrians reclaim the streets of Edinbugh
Inside Europe 02.05.2019
EU Commission presidential candidates spar in election debate – Another push for Scottish independence – Slovak court rejects ban of far-right party – First serial murder case shocks Cyprus – Rebuilding Notre Dame – Hungary’s controversial new Holocaust museum – A new government for Spain – Salafism in Germany – Prokofiev’s musical genes
Inside Europe 25.04.2018
The killing of journalist Lyra McKee sparks outrage in Northern Ireland — Climate activists cause chaos in London — The Czech prime minister moves closer to facing trial — How a hike in French university fees could hurt African students — The AfD's attack on Germany's culture of remembrance — Turkey's purge victims forced into new jobs — And the impact of climate change on the Hebrides.