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Insight, analysis and expert debate as key policy makers are challenged on the latest news stories.
||Today: Iwan Roberts Championship play-off final||Ex-Norwich striker Iwan Roberts speaks to Rob Bonnet about the pulsating drama of winning, and losing, the Championship play-off final....||25.5.2015||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Today: 'Wrong to use referendum to make changes to electorate'||John Redwood, Conservative MP for Wokingham, has told Today that it would be "wrong" to change the franchise for the referendum on Europe. He said it was the "right thing to do to have the same election that voted in the general election", but...||25.5.2015||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Today: 'What the heck does that mean, aspiration?'||Lord Prescott has said Labour needed a “fundamental change – both in organisation and the development of our ideas" if the party is to win the next election. If the SNP keeps all the seats it won in Scotland on 7 May, Labour would need a 12% lead...||25.5.2015||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Today: Monday's business with Tanya Beckett||Including a look at Greece's warning that it cannot afford to meet its next payment to the IMF....||24.5.2015||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Today: Lithuanian foreign minister on EU reform||At a summit in Latvia, David Cameron is making his case for change in the EU following the Conservatives' election victory. Linas Linkevicius, the Lithuanian foreign minister, has told Today EU reforms are up for discussion as long as they don't...||22.5.2015||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Today: Base jumping: 'Exciting because it's dangerous'||The extreme sport of BASE jumping has come under increased scrutiny as at least five people have died in accidents since January, including two last week at Yosemite National Park. BASE stands for "building, antenna, span and earth", the types of...||22.5.2015||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Today: Friday's business with Simon Jack||Featuring a look at the so called 'challenger banks'. Plus Friday boss John Hardie, chief executive of ITN....||21.5.2015||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Today: A pint of science||This week some of the country's top scientists have been persuaded to leave their labs and talk about the latest developments in science in pubs. Among the more eye-catching topics among the Pint of Science events are "how to win a nobel prize" and...||21.5.2015||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Today: Scrabble introduces 6500 new words||A new set of words is shortly going to make it onto our Scrabble boards. Collins has added 6500 new entries to its official dictionary for the board game, which is being published today. Vocabulary used on social media, in texts and on the streets...||21.5.2015||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Today: Thursday's business with Simon Jack||Ongoing scandal in the banking sector has seen one big shareholder lose its patience....||20.5.2015||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Today: Laurel and Hardy's big screen return||Laurel and Hardy will return to the big screen this summer in celebrations to mark the 125th anniversary of Stan Laurel's birth. Cinemas across the UK and in Ireland will be showing a double bill of their classic 1933 feature length film Sons of the...||20.5.2015||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Today: The father of neurosurgery||Dr Harvey Cushing is considered the father of neuroscience. At the beginning of the 20th century, the mortality rate for any brain surgery was around 90%, but the techniques Dr Cushing came up with considerably reduced the risk. Dr Cushing is also...||19.5.2015||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Today: The Armed Conflict Survey||Organised crime and regional tensions are playing a significant role in stoking conflict around the globe, according to a new report from the International Institute of Strategic Studies. The Armed Conflict Survey, which is being released in full...||19.5.2015||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Today: Wednesday's business with Jonty Bloom||Five international banks are expected to reach a financial settlement with American prosecutors over claims of collusion to rig the Forex market to generate profits and the finalists of the Royal Academy of Engineering's MacRobert award have been...||19.5.2015||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Today: Kate Cross on women's cricket||England cricketer Kate Cross speaks to Today's Chris Dennis about being the first woman to play in the men's Central Lancashire League, the rise of women's cricket, increasing participation in the sport and whether more women should play in the men's...||19.5.2015||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Today: Are medical students keen to be GPs?||Reporter Dan Whitworth went to Birmingham to speak to the next generation of doctors about the Government’s pledge to recruit thousands of GPs....||19.5.2015||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Today: Burundi Radio||There's been a virtual news blackout in Burundi since the failed coup attempt last week - the President has been accused of launching a campaign of repression against independent media, with reports of loyalists smashing up radio stations and...||19.5.2015||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Today: Should bankers pay be capped liked civil servants'?||Steve Hilton told the BBC "If you are a company that requires bailing out should you go wrong, then you should be considered part of the public sector and the pay of your executives should be capped at the same levels as the civil service pay...||18.5.2015||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||Today: Tuesday's business with Simon Jack||Deutsche Bank has established a working group to look at the consequences to its business should UK leave EU, a look ahead to the Office for National Statistics' inflation figures for April and a look at the number of consumer complaints about payment...||18.5.2015||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
Diese Radiosendung bestimmt traditionell die politische Gesprächsthemen des Tages in Grossbritanien, es sei denn 'Breaking news' wenden das Blatt. Die Gäste sind hochkarätig - von Minister, Oxbridge Professoren, US Generälen, aber auch passende Zeitzeugen, alles in modernem hochqualitativem Englisch.
Ein 'Must' für jeden der sich für britische Innenpolitik interessiert.