Stephen Sackur speaks to Jacob Bleacher, Chief Exploration Scientist at NASA. A British economist explains why he thinks big measures are needed to revive growth. Read about our approach to external linking. James Rebanks: Sustainable food in a growing world. bbcハード・トーク 放送は終了いたしました ハード・トークは、政治的指導者からエンターテイナー、企業の経営責任者から話題となった一般の人まで、多彩なゲストを迎えてお送りするインタビュー番組。 Dominique Schnapper heads a council which advises the French government on secularism, Stephen Sackur speaks to the historian and bestselling author. Stephen Sackur on the challenges of making the programme during the coronavirus pandemic. Leroy Logan: How easy is it to root out discrimination dressed in a police uniform? Last year, South Korean court rulings ordering Japanese firms pay compensation to Koreans over forced wartime labour inflamed long-running tensions. Narendra Taneja: How well has India handled the coronavirus crisis? Leroy Logan was one of London's top black policemen until his retirement seven years ago, Zeinab Badawi speaks to the European Commissioner for the Economy, Poet and activist Yusef Salaam on the chance of real change in the US justice system, Alexey Navalny's chief of staff discusses the future of the anti-Putin political movement, A mixed-race American writer who challenges the so-called 'woke' culture, We speak to the new chief of the International Atomic Energy Agency. She went on to live an extraordinary life of achievement and philanthropy, blazing a trail for women in business, science and technology. Are this shepherd's ideas for more sustainable farming compatible with affordable food? Is extremism and intolerance drowning out reasoned debate? Stephen Sackur speaks to former US National Security Advisor Lt. General HR McMaster. The polls consistently say Trump is in trouble. Douglas Ross: Can the new Scottish Conservative leader preserve the UK? Stephen Sackur speaks to the national spokesman for India's ruling BJP, A Harvard professor argues the West's cultural power has skewed our view of normality. Is space exploration a potential lifeline or a massive vanity project? Is the pandemic is unleashing a tsunami of scapegoating, hate and xenophobia? Leonid Volkov: What next for Russia's opposition? Stephen Sackur talks to the founder of Venezuela's Popular Will opposition Leopoldo Lopez. Stephen Sackur speaks to former US National Security Advisor Lt. General HR McMaster. サイトに関するお問合せはこちらまで。 Leopoldo Lopez - Founder of Popular Will Party, Venezuela, Arancha Gonzalez - Foreign Minister of Spain, Gen McMaster: ‘Trump making transition turbulent', HR McMaster, US National Security Adviser, 2017 - 2018, ‘US election dispute is also a battle of rhetoric', Jack Kingston - Former Congressman and Trump campaigner, Leopoldo López: 'I never wanted to leave Venezuela', Nasa: Why the Moon is a stepping stone to Mars, Jacob Bleacher - NASA Chief Exploration Scientist, How Hardtalk is staying on air during the pandemic, Find out who's appearing on HARDtalk by following us on Twitter, Stephen Sackur gives the inside track on the good, the bad and the ugly, Watch the programme on BBC Player (Singapore & Malaysia only). Duration: 23:00. She told BBC Hardtalk: "We want to minimise the issues, and I think given the Japanese rationale now that the trade control issues are really technical issues on the part of their export industries we are saying 'ok fine, let’s discuss it at that level and work through the technical issues'. Jack Kingston - Former Congressman and Trump campaigner, Leopoldo Lopez - Founder of Popular Will Party, Venezuela. We hear from the microbiologist who has hit out at Brazilian President Jair Bolsanaro, An exiled artist gives her thoughts on the protests against Alexander Lukashenko, Leopoldo Lopez: An opposition leader in exile, Jacob Bleacher: Putting astronauts back on the moon, Dominique Schnapper on secularism in France after Samuel Paty's killing. Read about our approach to external linking. We have not had any response from the Japanese on that.". Polls suggest more and more Scots want out of the United Kingdom - can Ross preserve it? Read about our approach to external linking. Stephen Sackur speaks to former Republican Congressman, and Trump supporter Jack Kingston. 2019.9.5. Kaliada: When will the EU wake up on Belarus? Stephen Sackur speaks to Peter Frankopan, a professor of global history and author. Copyright(c) Tokyo Metropolitan Television Broadcasting Corp. Tokyo Japan All Rights Reserved. Gossip is as old as the hills, but has the age of the internet put it on steroids? South Korea's Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha has said her country is trying "find a way forward" in the current trade dispute with Japan. The Lithuanian president discusses the geopolitics at play in neighbouring Belarus, We speak to the veteran Republican party pollster and consultant Frank Luntz, Stephen Sackur speaks to the EU's first public prosecutor. A veteran screen actor discusses making art in America's current political climate. Stephen Sackur speaks to Democrat House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn. Has he lost faith in the Venezuelan opposition's ability to win their struggle? Stephen Sackur talks to newsmakers and personalities from across the globe. HARDtalk. Jacob Bleacher - NASA Chief Exploration Scientist, Jim Clyburn - Congressman and Democratic Majority Whip, Dominique Schnapper - The Council of Elders for Secularism, France, Peter Frankopan - Professor of Global History, Oxford University, Jack Kingston - Former Congressman and Trump Campaigner, Daniel Jones - US Senate Torture Investigator, Reverend Rob Schenck - Evangelical Minister, Volodymyr Zelensky - President of Ukraine, Narendra Taneja - National spokesperson, BJP, India. Is there reason to think they are wrong? The decisions drew condemnation from Japan, which argues the dispute was settled in 1965 when diplomatic ties were normalised between the neighbouring countries. Will the evangelical Christian right still give Donald Trump their support? Stephen Sackur talks to the founder of Venezuela's Popular Will opposition Leopoldo Lopez. Stephen Sackur speaks to the former Congressman and loyal Trump backer Jack Kingston. Stephen Sackur speaks to Spain's Foreign Minister Arancha Gonzalez. Clips from HARDtalk. ステファニー・シャーリー(it企業家・慈善家) 9月5日(木)放送分 80年前、ナチス占領下のヨーロッパからユダヤ人の子供数百人が列車で極秘裏に運び出された。この人道活動はキンダートランスポートと呼ばれた。 ‘Don’t read too much into US election polls’ — Jack Kingston - Former Congressman and Trump Campaigner Duration: 01:09 Read about our approach to external linking. Available now. BBC World News Leopoldo Lopez - Founder of Popular Will Party, Venezuela Stephen Sackur talks to the founder of Venezuela's Popular Will opposition Leopoldo Lopez. Last Monday Gossip is as old as the hills, but has the age of the internet put it on steroids? Available episodes of HARDtalk. All episodes of HARDtalk. Has the former actor, elected in April 2019, been able to deliver on his pledges? Eighty years ago, hundreds of Jewish children were smuggled out of Nazi occupied Europe by train in a covert humanitarian mission which became known as the ‘kindertransport’. Stephen Sackur speaks to former Republican Congressman, and Trump supporter Jack Kingston. Rob Schenck: Can Trump still count on the religious right? (R). South Korea's Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha has said her country is trying "find a way forward" in the current trade dispute with Japan. What lessons can we learn from a woman determined to make the most of a life so nearly extinguished in childhood? All … In-depth, hard-hitting interviews with newsworthy personalities. Stephen Sackur speaks to Volodymyr Zelensky, President of Ukraine. 9月5日(木)放送分80年前、ナチス占領下のヨーロッパからユダヤ人の子供数百人が列車で極秘裏に運び出された。この人道活動はキンダートランスポートと呼ばれた。ゲストはその一人、ステファニー・シャーリー氏。救出後、経済、科学技術の分野で女性の先駆者となり、慈善事業でも成果を上げている。子供時代に消える寸前だった命を最大限活かそうと決意したこの女性から我々は何を学べるか。, Dame Stephanie Shirley - IT Entrepreneur and Philanthropist. Stephen Sackur speaks to Dominique Schnapper, an advisor to the French government. bbcワールドニュースで放送中の番組紹介です。bbcワールドニュースジャパンは、英国bbc放送センターからニュース、ドキュメンタリー、ビジネス情報、スポーツ情報と、様々な形で世界の「今」を24時間お届している国際ニュースチャンネルです。 Jim O'Neill: Is this a time for governments to be bold? Gen McMaster: ‘Trump making transition turbulent', HR McMaster, US National Security Adviser, 2017 - 2018, ‘US election dispute is also a battle of rhetoric', Jack Kingston - Former Congressman and Trump campaigner, Leopoldo López: 'I never wanted to leave Venezuela', Leopoldo Lopez - Founder of Popular Will Party, Venezuela, Nasa: Why the Moon is a stepping stone to Mars, Jacob Bleacher - NASA Chief Exploration Scientist. Is Democratic party confidence more than skin deep? Gitanas Nausėda: Will people power take Belarus in a new direction? Rafael Grossi: Is the world's nuclear watchdog being undermined? The row stems from export restrictions Tokyo imposed on certain industrial materials that Seoul needs to make semiconductors and display screens. Jack Kingston - Former Congressman and Trump Campaigner. Natalia Kaliada: Where do Belarus activists go from here? Stephen Sackur speaks to Jim O'Neill, former chief economist at Goldman Sachs. UN Secretary General António Guterres: Is multilateralism dead? Will the evangelical Christian right still give Donald Trump their support? Volodymyr Zelensky: How is Ukraine's president faring? Peter Frankopan: Can history offer us any lessons on the coronavirus pandemic? Rob Schenck: Can Trump still count on the religious right? Laura Kövesi: Can the EU's 'corruption buster' deliver? Visit HARDtalk's YouTube Channel Stephen Sackur gives the inside track on the good, the bad and the ugly Watch the programme on BBC Player (Singapore & Malaysia only) Thomas Chatterton Williams: Race, identity and power. HR McMaster served as President Trump's National Security Adviser from 2017 to 2018, We return to Trump Campaigner Jack Kingston following the election. Stephen Sackur speaks to a national spokesman for India's ruling BJP, Narendra Taneja. Jacob Bleacher: Putting astronauts back on the moon . Stephen Sackur speaks to Rob Schenck, an influential evangelical pastor in the US. Alfre Woodard: The artist and the activist, Sam Harris: A place for conversation in an angry world, Natalia Pasternak: Brazil's battle between science and politics. Yusef Salaam: How to reform the US criminal justice system. 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