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Macron forces through deeply unpopular pension reforms in France, reckoning time for London’s Metropolitan Police, and who is the man attempting to topple Turkey’s Erdogan? Also: The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change reports back. We’ll be looking in detail at what this means, as well as offering ideas for solutions.
The Dutch provincial election brings farmers to the fore, all eyes on the skies after a US drone falls into the Black Sea, and the BBC reinstates Gary Lineker, but what about the corporation’s impartiality? Also: Turkish journalists struggle to be heard in the wake of the quake, Belarus' opposition sets up its own alternative embassy and French cinema goers revel in anti-revolutionary history.
A Women of Europe special edition: We hear from the Russian Feminist Resistance and Ukraine's frontline as well as the nonagenarian performer Thelma Ruby. Also: Trail-blazing Hungarian politicians from opposite sides of the political divide, Sasha Talaver on Soviet gender narratives, UK campaigners against police misogyny, and a dead French woman still saving lives from beyond the grave.
Finland votes to join NATO, investigative journalist Erika Kinetz on the phone intercepts throwing new light on the horrors of Bucha, and Hungary's spyware scandal deepens. Also: a new Brexit deal for Northern Ireland, Erdogan struggles in the wake of the quakes, German families say they’ve had enough, and we celebrate the day of Italy’s greenest nut!
We mark the one year anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine with a special programme in which we’ll be taking stock of the situation so far - hearing from those most impacted, and asking: where to from here? Featuring interviews with Mark Galeotti and Tetyana Ogarkova. https://linktr.ee/insideeurope&maca=en-podcast_inside-europe-949-xml-mrss
The fingerpointing begins over the lack of quake-proof buildings in Turkey, opposition areas outshine the Erdogan government's response to the disaster, and arch-enemy Greece offers assistance to Ankara. Also: Holding Putin to account for war crimes in Ukraine, how bringing back bodies from the battlefield brings some closure, and inflation takes a bite out of Norway's sovereign wealth fund.
Turkey after the earthquake: we hear from DW's correspondents on the ground. Also: Giorgia Meloni's first three months in power, Germany gets its first ever Black children's library, Budpest hosts an Invisible University for Ukrainian students and the fight is on to save France's morribund churches.
Czechs elect a former NATO general as head of state, Turkey’s Erdogan clamps down on the political opposition and Spain repatriates the children of "Islamic State" fighters. Also: a million French people march against pension reform, it's game on for Ukrainian football despite the war, and meet the Bulgarian masked men and boys who chase evil spirits away.
Germany opens up the way for Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine, Turkey holds firm over its NATO veto against Sweden and heads roll as Zelenskyy launches a high-level clean-up. Also: disturbing human trafficking cases from Spain and the UK, why Switzerland is so keen to woo back Chinese visitors and meet the French bakers who left their ovens to take to the streets.
Survival at the Russian-Norwegian border, Turkish power ships and the race to alleviate Ukraine's energy misery, the arrest of Italy's most notorious mafia boss and accusations of police violence in Germany. Also: Croatia adopts the euro, an interview with Kosovo's president, Pompeii's lesser known twin reveals its secrets, and the launch of an exciting new investigative podcast.
Climate resistance in Germany's Rhineland, energy sobriety in France, a toxic waste fire in the UK and melting snow in the Swiss Alps. Also: the Vatican re-opens its investigation into the disappearance of Emanuela Orlandi, migrant workers return home from Russia, Serbia cashes in on Russia's brain-drain and Belgium uses art to take on angst.
Ukrainian doctors battle to keep the healthcare system alive, the Dutch government apologizes for its role in the slave trade and how Norwegians are shunning gas-powered cars for their electric cousins. Also: One man's effort to stop us dehumanizing Ukrainian refugees, how the Ukraine war and Bregret could mark a change in UK-EU relations, and if men won't talk, get them to make something.
We’ve called this special edition of the program “Europe Stinks!'' No, that’s not a comment on how we feel about the continent… despite all it’s problems, we still love it dearly. It’s a cheeky way of telling you that we’re hot on the scent of some rather intriguing olfactory experiences that have been happening in Europe lately… Feeling nosey? Then stick around!
The EU parliament is rocked by its biggest ever corruption scandal, Amnesty International releases another damning report and Berlin schools help Ukrainian children bridge the educational gap. Also: industrial action in the UK, energy price hikes in Germany, as well as space security and seed saving.
Far-right terror plot thwarted in Germany, NATO war games, Italy legislates to keep cash in circulation, and post from Saint Nikolaus. Also: China’s secret network of overseas police stations, an interview with the Albanian PM, Turkey's headscarf agenda and a Christmas market especially for dogs.
Poland rejects German Patriot missiles to secure its airspace - Turkey finds common ground with Italy’s new far-right government - Rare Ukrainian artworks are spirited to safety - The Christmas Book Flood is underway in Iceland - And a special focus on the current difficulties of researching sea ice at the North Pole
Orwell Road: Why would Russia run an out-sized embassy operation in Dublin? The Franco-German relationship gets bumpy, Turkey’s deportation targets put Afghans at risk and Hungary says goodbye to a once iconic bus. Also in our Mediterranean Sea special, we explore the sight, smell, taste and touch of this huge waterway and its influence on all Europeans
Could the retaking of Kherson really be Ukraine’s D-Day moment? Inside Lviv’s extraordinary bid to become European Youth Capital and the UK’s scheme for Ukrainian refugees is in serious trouble. Also: Istanbul reels after a deadly bomb attack, German social media site Mastodon steps in to fill the Twitter breach and why the world cup won’t be showing in some Norwegian pubs.
Humanitarian rescue missions in the Med, Poland fences off its border with Kaliningrad, Greece's spy scandal takes a new turn and Czech Republic rebrands itself Czechia. Also: disruption tactics and the climate movement, new questions in a notorious German death in custody case, Georgia’s sanatorium sanctuaries and a calmer side to Ibiza.
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