Farmers need to control weeds to ensure good harvests, but are they poisoning us in the process? And are we letting companies put dangerous products that may…
INSIDERS - 30/06 15:57 CET
Currently in Europe, manufacturers of glyphosate have asked to have their European Internal Market licence renewed. But many are…
INSIDERS - 27/06 20:04 CET
This week on Insiders we investigate how the UK’s decision to leave the EU will affect the sovereign state – and the…
INSIDERS - 27/06 13:27 CET
Insiders speaks with Pieter Cleppe of think tank Open Europe on what changes Europe can expect post-Brexit.
INSIDERS - 27/06 13:26 CET
Scottish National Party member Ross Cassie speaks to Insiders on what Brexit could mean for Scottish independence.
LEARNING WORLD - 10/06 17:03 CET
In this episode of Learning World we look at the importance of learning languages.
INSIDERS - 10/06 15:56 CET
In England there may be a noisy chorus of voices to leave the EU, but they find no echoes in Northern Ireland, Wales, or…
INSIDERS - 10/06 10:50 CET
South Wales, like many traditional European centres of heavy industry, has suffered in the last 30 years as plants have closed…
INSIDERS - 10/06 10:49 CET
David Blackaby is an economist and professor at Swansea University. He feels…
INSIDERS - 10/06 10:48 CET
Stephen Kinnock is the Labour MP for Aberavon constituency. A Brexit he says…
INSIDERS - 10/06 10:47 CET
In England there may be a noisy chorus of voices to leave the EU, but they…
INSIDERS - 10/06 10:46 CET
Alexander Salmond served as the fourth First Minister of Scotland from 2007 to…
INSIDERS - 03/06 13:46 CET
Insiders Editor-in-Chief Sophie Claudet met up with Pieter Wezeman, a Senior Researcher with the Stockholm International Peace…
LEARNING WORLD - 27/05 16:22 CET
The world is witnessing the biggest refugee crisis since World War ll.
INSIDERS - 27/05 11:11 CET
Vassiliki and Kostis got married in 2008, but it was only about a year ago that they had their first child.
INSIDERS - 27/05 08:09 CET
To arrest historic population decline Hungary is paying couples generously to have children and build homes. But is the ruling…
INSIDERS - 27/05 08:08 CET
We spoke to Katalin Novák, the Hungarian State Secretary for the Family.
INSIDERS - 27/05 08:07 CET
We have a talk with political analyst and the Director of the Political…
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