This week, I Talk takes a look at hot European topics.
Our guest is Eider Gardiazabal Rubial, vice-chair of the Budgets Commission at the European
The British government plans a referendum in four years on whether the UK should remain in the European Union. The country is deeply divided with
Jan Egeland of Human Rights Watch and director of its European operation has been answering your questions on I talk.
Alex Taylor: “Who defines
It’s the turn of the Irish to run the EU for six months. What are they going to do and has recession changed their legendary euro-enthusiasm
In this edition of I-talk we consider the role of Europe’s kings and queens.
*Presenter Alex Taylor:* “There are 12 European countries that have
Alex Taylor: While some Europeans are drowning in an economic nightmare, others – to paraphrase Oscar Wilde – are looking at the stars. In Europe we
This week, I-Talk welcomes musician-turned-politician Youssou N’Dour, Senegal’s new minister for culture and tourism.
After making a name for
Alex Taylor: “What rights do animals have exactly? Who defends those rights and what happens to people who break the law? Are we all guilty of
Approximately 100 people have been killed today in the European Union, the same was true of yesterday and it will probably be the same tomorrow – on
Should those suffering from incurable diseases have the right to assisted suicide? At the moment this issue varies from country to country, and some
Chris Burns: “The Council of Europe’s Human Rights Commissioner, Thomas Hammarberg, wraps up his six year term at the end of this month and he’s
Alex Taylor, Euronews presenter: “What are we going to eat tomorrow? To what extent should the EU take a close look at what is on our plates
Alex Taylor says, “Even if the economic model is perhaps not widely held up as an example around the world at the moment Europe has always prided