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.
Inside Europe: 13.08.2020
Russia grants relugatory approval for world's first COVID-19 vaccine — Dutch cities toughen up on face mask rules — Rijeka 2020: Croatia's European Capital of Culture amid the pandemic — Protests in Belarus after a disputed vote the EU says was neither free nor fair — More and more cities in France make wearing facemasks compulsory — And more!
Inside Europe: 06.08.2020
Ireland delays easing lockdown measures, but still allows in American tourists — Spain's former king Juan Carlos I mysteriously departs the country — German politicians slam Berlin protests against COVID-19 measures — First batch of tour guides graduate from Chernobyl University — Experts fear drug-related deaths in Scotland may be increasing — and more.
Inside Europe: 31.07.2020
US to withdraw or relocate more troops in Germany than previously thought — COVID-19 infections across Europe spike — Germany advises against travel to some Spanish hotspots — Britain quarantines returning holidaymakers — Turkish anti-government protests over response to violence against women — and more!
Inside Europe: 24.07.2020
EU leaders reach deal on coronavirus recovery package — Making sense of social distancing in London's West End — Allegations of a cover-up after a deadly brush fire in Greece — Halle synagogue attack suspect shows no remorse in court — Young people in Italy pay the price of a looming economic crisis — Europe's universities expect a shortfall of international students — and more.
Inside Europe: 16.07.2020
Poland's populist president narrowly wins reelection — 25 years after the Srebrenica massacre — Did the Hungarian government fail to protect its citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic? — Turkey rejects EU condemnation over Hagia Sophia mosque plan — Extraordinary collection of letters reflect love and loss during the Holocaust — and more on this weekend's podcast.
Inside Europe: 10.07.2020
Austria probes a possible political motive in the killing of a Chechen dissident — A chilling insight into the violent Dutch criminal underworld — Binational couples struggle to keep their lives together while being apart — Croatia's ruling conservatives consolidate their power after last weekend's election — Germany and France reassess their colonial past — and more!
Inside Europe: 02.07.2020
Germany assumes the EU's rotating presidency — UK businesses pay the price of both COVID-19 and Brexit — What's behind Turkey's low coronavirus death rate — The Greens surge in French local elections — How the coronavirus affects the EU's decision making process — A tight runoff in Poland's presidential election
Inside Europe: 25.06.2020
640,000 people back under lockdown in virus-hit German region — Russia holds grand WWII parade ahead of vote on Putin reforms — Construction of Austrian Holocaust victims' memorial begins — Serbia's opposition parties question legitimacy of new parliament — Pop stars and sports legends join global fight for COVID-19 vaccine — Sex workers in Greece hit hard by the coronavirus lockdown — and more.