Chief Prosecutor Desmond De Silva.
Interview with British Conservative MP.
Gilchrist Olympio, Leader of the Togolese Opposition Movement.
French MP Pierre Lellouche discusses the vote on the French Referendum on the EU Constitution.
Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, French MP campaigning for "No" vote on French referendum on EU constitution.
William Polk, author of "Understanding Iraq"; Flynt Leverett, Senior Fellow at Brookings Institute.
Frans Baleni talks of the Marikana Massacre and the consequences of apartheid.
Josephine Quintavalle, Comment on Reproductive Ethics and Pro-Life campaigner.
Anwar Ibrahim, former Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister.
Sir Stephen Wall, former advisor on Europe to Tony Blair.
Ron Goldstein, British World War II veteran; Alan Mack-Mackowiak, Polish World War II veteran.
Ibrahim Master, Chairman of the Lancashire Council of Mosques; Parvaiz Awan, Stop the War Coalition.
Stephan Shakespeare of YouGov; Mervyn Kohler of Help the Aged.
Peter Oborne, political editor, The Spectator; Polly Toynbee, columnist, The Guardian Newspaper.
Arno Visser, VVD Member of Dutch Parliament.
Adnan Shihab:Eldin, Acting Secretary General, OPEC.
Salah Al-Shaikhly, Iraqi Ambassador to the UK.
Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, NATO Secretary General.
Nigel Roberts, World Bank Director, West Bank and Gaza.
Stephen Sackur speaks with Democratic party consultant and campaign strategist Bob Shrum.
Hamid Awaluddin, Indonesian Justice Minister.
Grover Norquist, President, Americans for Tax Reform.
Malik Mahmud, exiled leader of Aceh.
Frank Gardner, BBC journalist.
Professor Jeffrey Sachs, economist and special advisor to Kofi Annan.
Robert Reich, former U.S. Labor Secretary.
Political author John Harris.
Guiliana Sgrena, former Iraqi hostage.
Cardinal Peter Appiah Turkson, Archbishop of Cape Coast, Ghana.
Ambassador Jonathan Dean, former U.S. arms negotiator.
Peter Smith, Archbishop of Cardiff.
Stephen Sackur speaks with Bernard Cazeneuve, Minister delegate for European Affairs, France.
Dr. Brooke Magnanti, scientist and former prostitute.
Mona Makram Ebeid, Secretary General, Al-Ghad Party of Egypt.
General Michel Aoun, exiled former Lebanese Prime Minister.
Isaac Herzog, Israeli Minister of Housing and Construction.
Afif Safieh, Palestine delegate to London; Dennis Ross, former U.S. Envoy to the Middle East.
Phillipe Sands QC, International lawyer.
Katya Adler speaks with Guy Verhofstadt and Richard Ashworth, members of European Parliament.
Major General David Leakey, Commander of Eufor in Bosnia.
Dr. Sami Khiyami, Syrian Ambassador to the UK.
Gerry Conlon, miscarriage of justice victim.
Zeinab Badawi speaks with Ashti Hawrami, the Minister for Natural Resources, Kurdistan Regional Government.
Myles Wickstead, Head of Secretariat, Commission for Africa.
British Conservative MP Dominic Raab.
Sir David King, British government's Chief Scientific Adviser.
Katya Adler talks with Hans-Werner Sinn, one of Germany's most influential and controversial economists.
Sam Rainsy, Cambodian opposition leader.
Rafik Hariri. former Prime Minister of Lebanon (Recorded in November 2001).
Shaun Ley talks with Felipe Larrain, Finance Minster of Chile.
Hazel Blears MP, British Home Office Minister.
MP Margaret Beckett, British Environment Minister.
King Abdullah of Jordan.
Mark Malloch Brown, UN Chief of Staff.
Danuta Hubner, EU Commissioner responsible for regional policy.
Lord Douglas Hurd, former British Foreign Secretary.
Ali Allawi, United Iraqi Alliance; Farid Sabri, Iraqi Islamic Party.
General Philippe Morillon, former UN commander in Bosnia.
Robert Lizar, Guantanamo lawyer.
Reuel Marc Gerecht, American Enterprise Institute; Ali Ansari, St. John's University.
Brian Sayers, chief Washington lobbyist for the Syrian Support Group.
Juan Mendez, UN Secretary General's special advisor on the prevention of genocide.
Samir Shakir Sumaidaie, Iraq's Ambassador to the UN.
Edward Mortimer, UN Director of Communications.
Eki Igbinedion, founder, Idia Renaissance.
Mike Aaronson, Director General, Save the Children UK.
Stephen Sackur interviews Adam Posen, one of the independent members of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee.
Tom Ridge, US Secretary of Homeland Security.
Kamalesh Sharma, Indian High Commissioner to UK.
Stephen Sackur speaks to Angelique Kidjo, hailed as Africa's premier diva.
Ian MacDonald, former Special Advocate on the Special Immigration Appeals Commission.
Robin Vincent, Registrar, Special Court for Sierra Leone.
Georges Malbrunot and Christian Chesnot, former hostages in Iraq.
Academic and broadcaster Germaine Greer.
Clare Short, UK International Development Secretary, 1997-2003; Barbara Stocking, Director, Oxfam UK.
Jan Egeland, Under Secretary General, UNOCHA.
Hugh Thompson, US Army helicopter pilot at My Lai.
James Lovelock, founder of the Gaia Theory.
Broadcaster Germaine Greer.
Compilation of some of the best interviews of 2004.
Author Gregory Roberts.
Dr. Steve Peters.
Businessman Gerald Ratner.
Erkki Tuomioja, Foreign Minister of Finland.
Beeban Kidron, one of the few female directors in Hollywood.
Playwright Harold Pinter.
Saeb Erekat, Palestinian chief negotiator.
Shimon Peres, former Prime Minister of Israel.
Craig Murray, former U.K. Ambassador to Uzbekistan.
Rocco Buttiglione, Italy's Minister for Europe.
Thomas Nimely, Liberian Foreign Minister.
Soren Jessen-Petersen, Head, United Nations Mission in Kosovo.
Wangari Maathai, Nobel Peace Prize winner.
Louise Arbour, U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights.
Singer Femi Kuti.
Francoise Barre-Sinoussi argues that more money is needed to fight HIV/Aids, one of the world's most deadliest diseases.
Javad Zarif, Iranian Ambassador to the United Nations.
Author Jeffrey Robinson.
Dr. Barham Salih, Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister.
Stephen Lewis, U.N. envoy on HIV/AIDS in Africa.
Dr. Julian Little, Agricultural Biotechnology Council; and Dr. Sue Mayer, Director, GeneWatch.
Lord David Steel, designer of Britain's abortion law.
Actor Jeremy Irons.
Denis MacShane, Britain's Europe Minister.
Abdon Bayeto, London representative for the Ivorian Popular Front.
Morgan Tsvangirai, Zimbabwe Opposition Leader.
Ehud Olmert, Deputy Prime Minister of Israel.
Jacques Chirac, President of France.
Sen. George Mitchell, former U.S.-Middle East peace negotiator.
Antonio Vitorino, EU Commissioner for Justice and Home Affairs.
Amre Moussa, Secretary General of the Arab League.
Gilles Keppel, Middle East expert.
Tidjane Thiam, Commission for Africa.
Roger Higman, Friends of the Earth, and Reverend Hugh Montefiore, former Anglican Bishop of Birmingham.
Frank Chikane served in the South African Presidential office.
United States Republican Stefan Halper.
Musicians Tom Jones and Jools Holland.
Former Israeli peace negotiator Yossi Bellin.
Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro.
Heart surgeon Dr. Devi Shetty.
Cyclist David Miller.
Duff McKagan, one of the founding members of Guns 'n Roses.
1956, 1960 and 1964 Olympic gold medalist.
Founder of Hayman Capital Hedge Fund, Kyle Bass.
Giorgi Targamadze: Chairman, Christian-Democratic Movement, Georgia.
Dr. Hussain Al Shahristani.
Anas Altikriti, British Muslim politician.
Former PLO Jerusalem Commissioner, Sari Nusseibeh.
Foreign Minister of Italy Franco Frattini.
Colombian Vice-President Francisco Santos.
US Ambassador to Croatia from 1993-1998, Peter Galbraith.
Leader of Liberal Democrats Charles Kennedy.
Chief constable of the police service of Northern Ireland Hugh Orde.
Iraqi Deputy Foreign Minister Hamid Al Bayati.
Sudanese Ambassador to UK Hassan Abdin.
International human rights judge Richard Goldstone.
Saudi National Security Consultant Nawaf Obaid.
Centre for Global Energy Studies Dr. Fadhil Chalabi.
Iraqi Governing Council Adnan Pachachi.
Director of the Peace Center Dr. Tamar Hermann.
Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution Professor Brian Hoskins.
Former CIA counterterrorism specialist Philip Giraldi.
Adviser to the Iraqi Governing Council Claude Hankes-Drielsma.
Vietnam helicopter pilot Hugh Thompson.
Professor Colin Blakemore, Chief Executive, British Medial Research Council.
Nigerian Foreign Minister Oluyemi Adeniji.
Jong-wook Lee, Director-General, World Health Organization.
Former UK Special Envoy to Iraq Sir Jeremy Greenstock.
US Under Secretary for Border and Transportation Security Asa Hutchinson.
Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.
Gov. Howard Dean, former U.S. presidential election candidate.
Head of NASSCOM Kiran Karnik.
Vice Chair UN Human Rights Committee Sir Nigel Rodley.
Former British Labour Cabinet Minister Jack Cunningham.
Commander of U.S. Joint Forces Command, Admiral Edmund P. Giambastiani.
President of Ghana John Kufuor.
Syrian Cabinet Minister Buthania Shabaan.
President of the European Parliament Pat Cox.
President of EBRD Jean Lemierre.
President of Agora Wanda Rapaczynski.
Head of Aventis Europe Gilles Brisson.
Israeli Justice Minister Yosef Tommy Lapid.
Chairman of Bell Pottinger Lord Tim Bell.
Democratic Member of the 9-11 Commission Richard Ben-Veniste.
Leader of Hamas Khalid Mishaal.
Indian Muslim leader Syed Shahabuddin.
World Hindu Council President Vishnu Hari Dalmia.
Delhi Chief Minister of the Congress Party Sheila Dikshit.
Indian Law and Commerce Minister Arun Jaitley.
Iraqi governing council member Ahmed Chalabi.
Registrar of the International Criminal Courts for Rwanda Adama Dieng.
Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari; Arab League Ambassador to London Ali Hamid.
President Clinton's national security advisor Sandy Berger.
BBC War Correspondent from 1964-1997 Martin Bell.
Bob Amsterdam, a lawyer for Russian billionaire Mikhail Khodorkovsky.
Pro-Life campaigner Norma McCorvey.
Deputy Prime Minister of Israel Ehud Olmert.
Helen McKendry, founder of Families of the Disappeared.
Adviser to 9/11 families Jean-Charles Brisard.
Controversial international lawyer Giovanni Di Stefano.
Grand Mufti of Bosnia-Herzegovina Dr. Mustafa Ceric.
Jazz and pop legend George Benson.
British intelligence officer from 1999-2002 Colonel Crispin Black.
Director of the United Services Institution of India Lt. General Satish Nambiar.
French parliamentarian Herve Mariton.
Iraqi Cabinet Minister Nesreen Berwari.
British actress Susannah York.
Editor for the Moscow News Yevgeny Kiselyov.
Russian Presidential Candidate Sergei Glazyev.
Former US Secretary of State Dr. Henry Kissinger.
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili.
EU Commissioner for Agriculture Franz Fischler.
Sarah Montague asks Arlene Foster how the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland will be managed once the UK has left the EU.
White House Chief of Staff, 1998-2001 John Podesta.
Former French Defense Minister Alain Richard.
Former US National Security Advisor General Brent Scowcroft.
Leader of the Lebanese Druze community Walid Jumblatt.
Darts World Champion Phil `The Power' Taylor.
Admiral Stansfield Turner and the Rt. Hon. Michael Portillo MP.
Saudi Arabian Opposition Leader Saad Al-Fagih.
HARDtalk's Stephen Sackur speaks to Bulgaria's foreign minister, Daniel Mitov. Bulgaria by measures, is the poorest most corrupt member of the EU. It also happens to be a key player in the migration crisis and the hostile relationship with Russia.
HARDtalk's Stephen Sackur speaks to Grover Norquist, who is one of the American right's most influential voices and a long time fan of Donald Trump's platform. But many senior Republicans have disowned him and his disapproval ratings are sky high.
When it comes to cutting Britian's budget deficit, David Cameron says he can roll back the size of the state in a fair way. The public is braced for the deepest cuts in public spending in a generation. Is the welfare state about to be re-enginerred?
Canadian Defense Minister John McCallum.
Commonwealth Secretary General Don McKinnon.
Director of the Serious Fraud Office Robert Wardle.
UK government's rural advisor Lord Haskins.
Former Israeli Cabinet Minister Yossi Beilin and former Palestinian Cabinet Minister Yasser Abd-Rabbo.
Mother of activist shot in Gaza Jocelyn Hurndall.
Executive Director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS and Tuberculosis Dr. Richard Feachem.
Britain's Minister for school standards David Miliband MP.
Alan Fenwick, Professor of Tropical Parasitology, Imperial College, London.
Russian billionaire businessman Alexander Lebedev.
Jocelyn Hurndall, mother of Tom Hurndall who is now in a permanent vegetative state after being shot by an Israeli sniper.
Saman Abdul Majid, Saddam Hussein's translator.
David Trimble, leader of the Ulster Unionist Party.
US Republican Congressman Mark Green; Labour backbencher Alice Mahon.
Representative of Hizb Ut Tahrir Dr. Imran Waheed.
Doug Beattie, British Army officer.
Sinn Fein's Chief Negotiator Martin McGuinness.
Actress and Political Activist Vanessa Redgrave.
Former associate of Idi Amin Bob Astles.
Zeinab Badawi talks to Guillaume Long, foreign minister of Ecuador, about Julian Assange's refuge.
Briton imprisoned in Saudi Arabia Sandy Mitchell.
President of the European Convention on the Constitution Valery Giscard d'Estaing.
Foreign Minister of Poland Wlodzimierz Cimoszewicz.
Arthur Mutambara, Deputy Prime Minister Designate, Zimbabwe.
Estonia former Prime Minister Siim Kallas.
Turkish Minister of State for the Treasury Ali Babacan.
President of the Czech Republic Vaclav Klaus.
Daughter in law of Walter Sisulu, Elinor Sisulu.
Gary Bauer, President, American Values.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak.
Professor of fertility studies Lord Robert Winston.
Gary Bauer, leader of the social conservative movement within the Republican party.
Britain's special representative on trade and reconstruction in Iraq Brian Wilson.
Newsmakers and personalities from around the world.
Director of Human Rights Watch Kenneth Roth.
Former British Conservative Cabinet Minister John Redwood MP.
Deputy Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party Peter Robinson.
Archbishop of Tegucigalpa Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga.
Senior British Diplomat Robert Cooper.
Human Rights Watch Kenneth Roth.
Connie Hedegaard, Danish Minister for Climate and Energy.
Former Senior British Civil Servant Martin Sixsmith.
EU External Affairs Commissioner Chris Patten.
Author and Philosopher Bernard Henri Levy.
Kazakh Ambassador to London Erlan Idrissov.
General Martin Agwai, Force Commander, UNAMID.
Michael O'Leary, chief executive of Ryan Air.
Former British Prime Minister John Major.
Lord David Alton, a leading British Catholic and member of the House of Lords.
Gregory Schulte, US Ambassador, IAEA.
Lawyer for two British detainees at Guantanamo Bay Clive Stafford Smith.
Former member of the Monetary Policy Committee DeAnne Julius.
Former Labor Cabinet Minister Tony Benn.
Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari.
President of Pakistan-administered Kashmir General Mohammed Anwar Khan.
Former UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter.
Bill Browder, CEO Hermitage Capital Management.
Lawyer for two British detainees at Guantanamo Bay Clive Stafford Smith.
Stephen Sackur speaks to the former president of the World Anti-Doping Agency, Dick Pound on the current and past failures of agencies created to prevent athletes using drugs.
Francesc Vendrell, outgoing EU envoy to Afghanistan.
President of the Peres Centre for Peace Uri Savir.
UN Under Secretary General Shashi Tharoor.
Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams.
Allan Gerson, US lawyer in the "9/11 Families United to Bankrupt Terrorism" class action.
Neurosurgeon Dr. Keith Goh.
Annkio Briggs, Delta Niger activist.
Founder of the Hong Kong Democratic party Martin Lee.
Parti Islam seMalaysia Vice President Mustafa Ali.
Florence Hartmann discusses her stint in jail for leaking Serbian confidential court decisions.
Secretary General of Hong Kong's biggest pro-Beijing party Ma Lik.
Charles Saumarez, Chief Executive of The Royal Academy of Arts.
Malaysian Foreign Minister Syed Hamid Albar.
Geert Wilders, leader, Dutch Party for Freedom.
Prime Minister of Singapore Goh Chok Tong.
Indonesian Foreign Minister Hassan Wirayuda.
General secretary of Britain's Trades Union Congress Brendan Barber.
Former British Government Minister John Denham.
Simon Hart of the Countryside Alliance; Phyllis Campbell-McRae of the International Fund for Animal Welfare.
Former British Defense Secretary Lord Tom King.
Senior Palestinian Negotiator Saeb Erekat.
Stephen Sackur interviews Bosnian president, Dr Haris Silajdzic.
Former Director General of WTO Mike Moore.
Fashion designer Katherine Hamnett.
Ahmed Yousef, Senior Hamas Advisor.
Imprisoned British care worker Ruth Wyner.
Author Frederick Forsyth.
British Labour MP George Foulkes.
Governor of Zamfara, Nigeria Ahmed Sani.
John Drysdale of Transparency International UK.
Adviser to the UN Secretary General Edward Mortimer.
Former Environment Minister Michael Meacher.
Barbara Stocking, chief executive, Oxfam.
Arianna Huffington, Political Blogger.
Antonio Guterres, UN high commissioner for refugees.
Bruce Weber, photographer and filmmaker.
Bishop Martyn Minns, US Anglican Church.
With Christopher Shays.
David Anderson CEO, Co-operative Financial Services.
One of Britain's leading brain surgeons, Henry Marsh, gives us rare insight into the mind of the doctor.
Gore Vidal, writer.
Scheduled: Dr. Gary Schmitt.
Elizabeth Pisani, Epidemiologist.
Alex Salmond MSP, Scottish First Minister.
Stephen Sackur talks to internationally acclaimed novelist and poet Ben Okri, whose life has straddled Nigeria and the UK.
Gene Robinson, Bishop.
Stephen Sackur talks to one of Britain's leading brain surgeons, Henry Marsh.
Giorgi Baramidze, Deputy Prime Minister of Georgia.
Sarah Montague talks to Hage Geingob about the social inequality of Namibia.
Gilberto Gil, musician and Brazilian Minister of culture.
Ajith Nivard Cabraal, Governor of the Sri Lankan Central Bank.
Debra Lee, President, Black Entertainment Television.
Andrew Feinstein, ANC MP, 1997 to 2001.
Ali Jalali, former Afghan Interior Minister.
Daniel Barenboim, conductor and pianist.
Ditlev Engel, President and CEO, Vestas Wind Systems.
Douglas Murray, political commentator and author.
James Watson, discoverer of DNA.
Lord Hurd, former British Foreign Secretary.
Fredrik Reinfeldt, Swedish Prime Minister.
David Jessel talks with Israeli Industry and Trade Minister, Ehud Olmert.
Jon Sopel talks with Major Charles Ingram who has been accused of cheating his way to the top prize on the popular game show "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire."
Don McCullin took the shot of 3 year old Syrian boy Aylan Kurdi face down, dead on a Turkish beach, and it galvanized a massive public response to the migration crisis on Europe's borders.
Donald Kaberuka, President, African Development Bank; James Oporia-Ekwaro, Director, Africa Policy Forum.
Tribute to jazz pianist and singer Nina Simone.
Andrei Lugovoi, Russian State Duma MP.
Film director Oliver Stone ("Platoon"); ("Born on the Fourth of July").
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Nancy Soderberg.
Senior Fellow Charles Kupchan of the U.S. Council on Foreign Relations.
Dimitri Peskov, President Putin's spokesman.
Director Stephen Daldry ("The Hours").
Efraim Sneh, Israeli former Deputy Defence Minister.
Author Frank Abagnale ("Catch Me if You Can").
Zoologist and author Desmond Morris.
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, of the Armed Services and Foreign Relations Committee.
One of the world's wealthiest Syrians, Ayman Asfari, discusses lobbying hard for a more effective international intervention in his homeland.
U.S. Congressman Peter King, Republican of New York.
French Minister of Economy, Emmanuel Macron discusses his reforms that are deeply unpopular with the unions.
Danielle Pletka, of American Enterprise Institute; MP Jeremy Corbyn.
Robert Kagan of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Asma Jehangir, Human Rights Commission, Pakistan.
Helen Bamber of the Medical Foundation for Victims of Torture.
Defense Minister Yannos Papantoniou of Greece.
Ernest Koroma, President of Sierra Leone.
Economist Vincent Cable; former U.S. Treasury adviser Caroline Atkinson.
Stephen Sackur talks with the UK Government's Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee, Conservative MP Crispin Blunt about the Syrian refugees.
Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane of Cape Town, South Africa.
Dick Armey, former House Majority Leader, Republican, US Congress.
OPEC president Abdullah Bin Hamad Al-Attiyah.
Jim Hoare, former British chargé d'affaires in Pyongyang, North Korea.
Political analyst Bill Kristol of the United States.
Vice President Pat Doherty MP of Sinn Fein.
Freshta Raper, Kurdish resident of the village of Halabja.
Dr Azzam Tamimi, director of the Institute of Islamic Political Thought.
Popstar George Michael.
Andrei Ilarionov, former senior economic adviser to President Putin.
Former British Gulf War Commander, Major General Patrick Cordingley.
Peace negotiator Reagan Okumu, Ugandan MP.
Lord Laming of the Victoria Climbie report discusses failures in child protection.
Lawyer Thomas Wilner represents 12 Guantanamo Bay detainees.
Anthony Seldon, contemporary historian.
Presidential candidate Chief Emeka Ojuwku of Nigeria.
Karsten Voigt, Co-ordinator for German-American relations.
Muslim cleric Sheik Abu Hamza al-Mazri.
Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, Patricia Hewitt of Great Britain.
Writer Ziauddin Sarder; Jahangir Mohammed of the Centre for Muslim Affairs.
Col. Lawrence Wilkerson; former Chief of Staff to Colin Powell.
Host Tim Sebastian talks to personalities and newsmakers from around the world.
Zeinab Badawi talks to former London Mayor Ken Livingstone and former Labour Cabinet Minister Charles Clarke about the leadership battle within Britain's Labour Party.
Adam Bruce; UK CEO, Airtricity.
Secretary General Paulo Lukumba "Gato" of UNITA.
Former Israeli Foreign Minister Shlomo Ben Ami.
Beverley Aspinall; Managing Director, Fortnum & Mason.
President Graeme Catto, General Medical Council.
Claude Moraes, Labour MEP; columnist Simon Heffer.
Prince El Hassan bin Talal of Jordan.
Michael Steiner, head of the U.N. mission in Kosovo.
Former minister Chris Smith, British Labour MP.
American peace activist, Ken O'Keefe.
President Geoffrey Robertson QC of the U.N. Special Court in Sierra Leone.
Zeinab Badawi talks to Turkish MP Ertu?rul Kürkçü, honorary president of the pro-Kurdish people's democratic party the HDP, on what he's doing to prevent a further escalation of violence in Turkey.
Jon Wolfsthal of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Bishop Keiran Conry of Arundel and Brighton.
Economist Jeffrey Sachs.
Pakistan Ambassador to the United States, Ashraf Jehangir Qazi.
Tam Dalyell is the longest serving member of the British Parliament.
Robert Brown spends 25 years in prison for a murder he did not commit.
Adella Chiminya, widow of a Zimbabwe opposition activist.
Al Gore, Nobel Peace Prize winner 2007; Dr. Rajendra Pachauri, Nobel Peace Prize winner 2007.
U.N. Middle East envoy Terje Roed Larsen.
Former U.S. arms control adviser, Ambassador Thomas Graham, Jr.
Sarah Montague speaks to Duff McKagan, a founding member of Guns n' Roses, about his rock 'n' roll lifestyle, his pancreas exploding, getting sober, going to university and starting his own wealth management firm.
Sheik Dr. Mohammad al-Sabah, Kuwaiti Minister of State for Foreign Affairs.
Palestinian activist, Ghada Karmi.
Chief Constable Peter Fahy, Cheshire Police.
Former British Ambassador to Iraq, Sir Harold Walker.
Stephen Sackur talks to David Howman about the difficulty of rooting drugs out of sports.
Former British Deputy Prime Minister, Lord Heseltine.
Bryan Stevenson discusses why America's race-based wounds are so slow to heal and what it means to be black in America today.
Environmentalist David Bellamy.
Writer/broadcaster Sir David Attenborough.
President William Straw of the Oxford University Student Union.
Faisal Miqdad, Deputy Syrian Foreign Minister.
Dennis Hopper, a two-time Oscar nominee.
American actress Elaine Stritch.
Danny Yatom, former head of Mossad.
Singer Tom Jones.
Minister for Social Affairs, Prince Majid Al Alawi of Bahrain.
General Secretary Bill Morris of the Transport and General Workers Union.
Deputy Prime Minister Farouq al-Sharaa of Syria.
Author Hugh Collins ("Autobiography of a Murderer").
Chief Executive Richard Huntingford of Crysalis Group.
Minister Giorgos Katrougalos discusses the political and economic situation in Greece from the standpoint of a member of the Syriza-led government.
Colleen Graffy, US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy.
Newsmakers and personalities from around the world.
Alan Johnston; BBC News correspondent taken hostage in Gaza.
Economist Philippe Legrain speaks out for globalization.
Chief Brian Paddick is Britain's highest-ranking openly gay police officer.
Harold Evans is chosen "Greatest Editor of all Time" by his peers.
Nobel Peace Prize winner, Jimmy Carter.
Craig Venter, Genetic scientist who mapped the human genome.
Cecilia Ibru, managing director / CEO, Oceanic Bank.
Frances O'Grady discusses the threats trade unions face in the new British government, making it almost impossible for unions to strike.
Abdul Wahid Al-Nur, Sudan Liberation Movement.
Denis Healey, British Finance Minister, 1974 to 1979.
Guy Verhofstadt, Belgium's former prime minister, discusses the future of the EU, Britain's role and Greece's plea.
Greg Nickels, Mayor of Seattle.
Derek Tonkin, former British Ambassador to Thailand; Dr Kyi May Kaung, adviser to the Burmese Government in exile.
Gerry Adams, President, Sinn Fein.
Dr Irwin Stelzer.
Alvaro de Soto, former UN Special Co-ordinator for the Middle East Peace Process.
Hardtalk speaks to Benny Tai on the campaign for Hong Kong political reform and where it goes from here.
Bernd Lucke of the new right-wing Eurosceptic Party the Alternative for Germany discusses his thoughts on the EU bailout policy.
Gebran Bassil discusses how Lebanon has been overwhelmed by more than a million Syrian refugees.
Retired Gen. Asad Durrani, the former head of Pakistan's intelligence service, responds to the prime minister's statement after 152 were killed in a Peshawar school that the country would no longer distinguish between "good" and "bad" Taliban.
Sarah Montague speaks to author Andrey Kurkov, who has published his diary of the protests in Ukraine's Maidan Square.
Russian born Andrey Kurkov discusses the protests in Ukraine's Maidan Square that led to the fall of the pro-Russian government.
Amre Moussa, Secretary General, Arab League.
Palestinian writer and commentator Edward Said discusses current events in the Middle East.
Flemming Rose talks to HARDtalk a week after the murderous assault on the offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Bruno Macaes talks about the economic twilight zone that the Eurozone is currently facing regardless of Portugal being bailed out.
Environment Secretary Margaret Beckett of Great Britain.
British politician Lady Olga Maitland.
General Romeo Dallaire, Commander, UN Rwanda Mission 1993-94.
Author Aminatta Forna.
Cornel West talks about a sad end to the Obama presidency with racial tensions in America running sky high.
Artificial Intelligence expert Rodney Brooks.
Frank Gaffney and Mustafa El-Feki discuss Iraq.
Industrialist Stef Wertheimer of Israel.
Economist Joseph Stiglitz, formerly of World Bank.
British Parliament Member David Miliband.
Eduardo Gallo is the father of a girl murdered for ransom in Mexico.
Beverly Malone, general secretary of the Royal College of Nurses.
Mota Singh QC, Britain's first Asian judge.
American political writer Joe Klein ("Primary Colors").
The Rev. Matthew Kukah is a human-rights investigator in Nigeria.
U.N. adviser Edward Mortimer; Daniel Taub, Israeli Foreign Ministry; Nabil Sha'ath, Palestinian envoy.
Deputy Prime Minister Natan Sharansky of Israel.
Olympic gold-medalist Michael Johnson.
Author Philip Bobbitt ("Shield of Achilles").
Space tourist Mark Shuttleworth.
Foreign Minister Jorge Castaneda of Mexico.
Francis Rossi about how Status Quo are still rocking all over the world.
Host Tim Sebastian talks to personalities and newsmakers from around the world.
Dr. Oliver Sacks is a neurologist and author.
International Crisis Group President Gareth Evans.
President Ahmad Tejan Kabbah of Sierra Leone.
Lord Herman Ouseley, Former Chair of the Commission for Racial Equality.
Chairman Richard Perle of the Defense Policy Board at the U.S. Department of Defense.
Russian businessman Alexander Lebedev.
Scheduled: Lord Sharman, former chairman of KPMG International. Host: Tim Sebastian.
Scheduled: Malawi Agriculture Minister Aleke Banda. Host: Tim Sebastian.
Hardtalk speaks to the former UN envoy who risked his life to negotiate the release of western hostages in Lebanon, and gives insight into the violent extremism of the group calling itself Islamic State.
Avi Arad, Film Producer.
Anne Owers is Chief Inspector of Prisons in the United Kingdom.
Scheduled: pro-Palestinian activist Josie Sandercock. Host: Tim Sebastian.
Bassem Eid of the Palestinian Human Rights Monitoring Group.
Eric Edelman, US Under-Secretary of Defence.
Pauline Holcroft, whose daughter died of an overdose, campaigns against drug addiction.
Former Bosnian Prime Minister Haris Silajdzic.
Flemming Rose, Culture Editor of Jyllandsposten.
Yale law professor Ruth Wedgwood; human rights barrister Michael Birnbaum, QC.
EU Commissioner of Trade Pascal Lamy.
British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw.
Tennis champion John McEnroe.
Editor Bill Emmott ("The Economist.")
Dr Naji Sabri, former Minister; Sir Jeremy Greenstock, former British Ambassador to the UN.
Charles Kennedy, leader of Britain's Liberal Democrats.
Des Thompson, Advisor to Scottish Natural Heritage.
Jawas Boulos represents Marwan Barghouti, a Palestinian accused of organizing attacks.
Arthur Edwards, Royal Photographer, The Sun Newspaper.
Pik Botha, former Foreign Minister of South Africa.
Twenty five years ago, Francis Fukuyama declared that history had delivered a conclusive verdict - liberal democracy had vanquished its ideological rivals; he discusses if he still feels that way after events in Ukraine, Syria and China.
Former Prime Minister Sardar Abdul Qayyum Kahn of Pakistani-administered Kashmir.
Sandra Gregory, a convicted drug smuggler who was pardoned after serving less than a third of her sentence.
Former British Chancellor Ken Clarke.
Alec Erwin, Minister for Public Enterprises, South Africa.
Singer and actress Marianne Faithfull.
Foreign Minister Jose Ramos-Horta of East Timor.
The leader of The Pretenders talks about her 30 plus year career and making music today.
Carren & Ron Clem; a former crystal meth addict and her father.
Finance Minister Trevor Manuel of South Africa.
South African leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi of the Inkatha Freedom Party.
Freshta Raper, Kurdish resident in the village of Halabja.
Baroness Lynda Chalker, business adviser on Africa.
Cathleen Black, president, Hearst Magazines.
Stephen Sackur talks to Abdullah Abdullah about his accusations of his rival, Ashraf Ghani's alleged fraud and if Abdullah himself is acting in Afghanistan's best interest or his own.
Alon Liel, Former Director-General, Israeli Foreign Ministry.
Former British Cabinet Minister Mo Mowlam.
NATO's Secretary General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen discusses the 65-year-old NATO and if it still has the the vigor, resources and political will to be an effective military force on the world stage.
Law professor Stephen L. Carter of Yale.
Abdullah Dardari,Syrian Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs.
Mark Sanderson speaks of his decision to end the life of his terminally ill partner.
Andrei Konchalovsky discusses the similarities or Russian events today and 100 years ago as the First World War began.
Derek Wall, Co-leader, Green Party, England and Wales.
Academic Stuart Ward; protest singer Billy Bragg; former press secretary to the Queen, Dickie Arbiter.
Andrew Rugasira, Good African Coffee Company.
Author MJ Akbar; Dennis Kux, formerly with the U.S. State Department.
Former British advisor David Clark; Clinton security team member Steven Simon.
Danny Danon discusses Israel's current campaign in Gaza and the high Palestinian death toll.
Ambassador Mark Dybul, U.S. Global AIDS coordinator.
General Secretary Peter Velappan of the Asian Football Confederation.
Governor Orji Kalu, Nigerian Presidential candidate.
Prime Minister Kjell Magne Bondevik of Norway.
Senior Cardinal in the Papal Administration, J. Francis Stafford.
Author Ama Ata Aidoo discusses the condition of women in Africa.
Charles Clark MP, British Home Security, 2004 - 2006.
Sen. George Voinovich, R-Ohio, talks about the Palestinian conflict.
Decima Francis, Co-Founder - From Boyhood To Manhood Foundation.
Richard Taylor is the father of a Nigerian student murdered in London.
Dore Gold discusses the current crisis in Israel after the kidnap and murder of four teenagers and how easily the conflict could escalate between the Jewish and Palestinian communities.
Carne Ross, former British Diplomat.
Feminist writer Dr. Nawal el Saadawi from Egypt.
Carl Bildt discusses the fractured reputation of the European Union after the very public row between the UK and other member states after the selection of Jean-Claude Juncker.
Human-rights worker Vicki Metcalfe.
Achim Steiner, executive director of the UN Environment Programme.
Alistair Little, former Ulster Loyalist terrorist.
Undersecretary for International Trade, Grant Aldonas.
David Satterfield, Senior Iraq Advisor, US State Department.
U.S. special envoy to Ireland, Richard Haas.
Deirdre McCloskey discusses economic inequality and the power of innovation as opposed to wealth distribution.
Boris Berezovsky, Russian businessman.
Alex Yearsley, Global Witness; Cecilia Gardner, World Diamond Council.
MP George Galloway.
Former UN Secretary General Boutros Boutros Ghali.
Former weapons inspector, Terence Taylor.
Exiled Russian businessman Boris Berezovsky.
Belgian lawyer Michael Verhaeghe represents survivors of Lebanese refugee camps.
Former Prime Minister Ian Smith of Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe.
Former U.N. Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali.
Host Tim Sebastian talks to personalities and newsmakers from around the world.
Christian Purslow discusses the lucrative brand that is English Premier League football and if there's a money sickness at the heart of the game.
Council of Europe Rapporteur on Chechnya's Lord Frank Judd.
Barney Pityana, Vice-Chancellor, University of South Africa.
Giuliano Amato of the European Constitutional Convention.
Rabbi Sidney Brichto; Rabbi Mark Solomon.
Cabinet Minister Dan Meridor of Israel.
Newsmakers and personalities from around the world.
Abu Bakr al-Qirbi discusses the humanitarian, economic, and security disaster that is Yemen.
Stephen Sackur interviews Dr. Matthew Hurles.
Ahmed Kathrada discusses being sentenced to life in prison alongside Nelson Mandela and joining him in government upon their release- an experience he didn't like.
Stephen Sackur interviews Danny George.
Dr. Bouthaina Shaaban, Syrian Cabinet Minister.
David Miliband is still a Labour MP, and makes interventions in foreign policy and national politics.
Stephen Sackur interviews Andrei Kostin, Chairman and CEO VTB.
Stephen Sackur interviews Ambassador James Jeffrey and Sir Stephen Wall.
Healing a society traumatized by sectarian violence.
Ben Bradlee, Vice President of the Washington Post.
Stephen Sackur interviews Donald Kaberuka, Emma Bonino, Mark Malloch Brown.
Ukraine's interim Prime Minister, Arseniy Yatsenyuk discusses the Russian troops still massed on Ukraine's border, the dropping economy and his ability to save Ukraine from disaster.
Stephen Sackur interviews Ayatollah Hadavi Tehrani, Iranian religious leader.
George Shire, ZANU PF Activist and Robert Guest, African Editor of "The Economist."
Gavin Isler interviews Chris Rapley, Director of the British Antarctic Survey.
Hollywood legend, double Oscar nominee.
Chinese tech entrepreneur Charles Zhang, CEO of Sohu.com comments on the Chinese government possibly imposing its will on the web.
Sarah Montague Interviews Dr. John Pollard and Professor Michael Walsh.
Dmitry Peskov discusses the decision of EU and US leaders to impose sanctions on Russia.
Stephen Sackur interviews Dr. Ashraf Ghani, Candidate for UN Secretary General.
Cody Wilson discusses the anarchist movement which wants to use the so called 'dark web'- anonymous, borderless, and lawless - to empower individuals and undermine big government.
Stephen Sackur interviews Ali Soltanieh.
Andriy Shevchenko, a Ukrainian MP closely allied to Ukraine's new Prime Minister and Alexander Nekrassov, a former Kremlin advisor discuss the possibility of war.
Stephen Sackur interviews Claude Moraes and Frank Field.
Eugenia Tymoshenko discusses her mother, the former prime minister of Ukraine, Yulia's release from prison and chances for the presidency.
Stephen Sackur interviews Balthasar Staehelin.
Barnaba Marial Benjamin on the bloody civil war raging in South Sudan.
Noel Thompson interviews former Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
Noel Thompson interviews Dr. Sean Brady, Archbishop of Armagh.
Ben Emmerson discusses the legality of US drone strikes.
The Rev. David Holloway leads a movement for reform in the Anglican Church.
Merrill Lynch, Europe's Vice President Adair Turner.
Dr. Thomas Butler.
British politician Anne Widdecombe.
Photographer talks about transition from fashion to stories of human suffering.
Dore Gold is an adviser to the Israeli prime minister.
Ray Wyre, sex-crimes researcher.
Andrew Tottenham, supercasino developer.
Dr. Mohammed Taranissi, director of London's Assisted Reproduction Centre.
Acting High Commissioner Hardeep Singh Puri of India.
Hamid Karzai leads the interim government in Afghanistan.
Lord Woolf, Lord Chief Justice England and Wales.
Human-rights activist Kerry Kay of Zimbabwe.
Actress and journalist Nelofer Pazira of Afghanistan.
Dot-com entrepreneur David Kuo.
Children's author Beverly Naidoo.
Runner Paula Radcliffe crusades against drugs in athletics.
Dr. Garret FitzGerald, former Taoiseach of Ireland.
Financial journalist Wolfgang Munchau; Peter Altmeier of Germany's Parliament.