Inside Europe 14.02.2019
France shocked by spate of anti-Semitic attacks – The push to increase Hungary’s birthrate – A comeback for Swedish conscription – Death cafes in Berlin - Catalan separatists go on trial - Albania closes down gambling - Supporting migrants in Italy through art - And the 75-year-old who says exercise has given her a new lease of life.
Inside Europe 07.02.2019
France's yellow vest crisis and the controversial use of rubber bullet rifles — Anti-Semitic incidents are on the rise across Britain — The US withdrawal from the INF nuclear arms treaty worries EU leaders — Spain's far-right Vox party puts gender equality into the country's political debate — Exorcism in Italy amid warnings from Pope Francis about the devil
Inside Europe 31.01.19
Germany's military under fire — Scotland's former first minister accused of sexual offenses — 500th anniversary of Leonardo Da Vinci's death — Czech Republic to tax church compensation relating to the former communist regime — Parthenon Marbles (Elgin Marbles) spat with British Museum escalates — and a lot more!
Inside Europe 24.01.2019
Italy and France face-off over migrants - Contradictions at the World Economic Forum - Measles makes a deadly comeback in Romania – Celtic Connections and computer gaming take the stage - France and Germany strengthen ties - Why French mayors are fed up -Vienna's new food-free public transport – The fate of Jewish monuments in the Czech Republic - Technology assists the UK's homeless.
Inside Europe 17.01.2019
Can British PM Theresa May scrape together a new compromise Brexit deal? — Macron's 'Great Debate' on the 'Yellow Vest' crisis — Poland mourns the murder of popular opposition politician Pawel Adamowicz — Israeli divers to search for human remains in Hungary's Danube River — A journalist's journey through insanity after a yellow-fever vaccination ... and more of the week's big stories from Europe.
Inside Europe: 11.01.2019
The trial on a deadly terror attack on a Jewish museum opens in Belgium — One of the largest data leaks in Germany's history — High-level corruption and upcoming elections in Poland — An acclaimed author in France says women over 50 are too old for sex — Helsinki: the epitome of smart city living — Greece turns to taxpayers for donations to boost its navy.
Inside Europe 03.01.2019
This week we take you on a culinary tour of Europe. We start at a Syrian restaurant in Berlin run by refugees. We visit Russia's Istra Cheese Festival and learn how EU sanctions have created a domestic cheese industry. Also, Vienna's incredible Vegetable Orchestra, a TV star from Ireland's "The Biggest Loser," and an Italian Gelato University makes this a tour worth taking! Guten Appetit!
Inside Europe 27.12.2018
The Polish charity that the country's rulers love to hate – Start ups change the lives of migrants in Scandinavia – The problem with plastic – How the Turks view the country’s economic woes - One hundred years since the Suffragettes waged a campaign to get the vote – Your health and 5G technology