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Episodes

Inside Europe 11.08.2022

8/11/2022
How Finland's radioactive waste should be safe for 100,000 years, the UK shuts its only gender identity clinic for children, and a Slovakian council digs in over the renaming of a street. Also: 30 years on, the victims of the war in Abkhazia still seek justice, Italian long-COVID sufferers learn how to smell again and meet the Edinburgh fringe comedian who performed to an audience of one.

Duration:00:54:59

Inside Europe 04.08.2022

8/4/2022
Security expert William Alberque on nuclear threats and Ukraine, Turkey expects payback for brokering Ukrainian grain deal, and England’s lionesses win the Euro Championships. Also: Russia’s war with Ukraine awakens traumatic memories for Estonians, how low water levels in the river Rhine are contributing to rising prices and a look at the human toll of the cost of living crisis.

Duration:00:55:03

Inside Europe 28.07.22

7/28/2022
Moscow now wants regime change in Ukraine, we meet the Russian dissidents creating a new life in Georgia, and EU countries agree to cut their gas use. Also: how the monkeypox outbreak is stirring memories of HIV stigmatization, the Spanish island of La Palma recalls last year's volcanic eruption, and avoiding Europe's flight chaos, but will taking the train be any better?

Duration:00:54:58

Inside Europe 21.07.22

7/21/2022
Climate change brings more extreme weather to Europe, Hungary's tax reforms spark public protests, and Paris hopes to stage the 2024 Olympics without blowing the budget. Also: newcomers to Italy build their culinary confidence, the threat to Europe from the new Centaurus COVID variant, and the campaign to give the UK's Cornwall county more powers.

Duration:00:55:03

Inside Europe 14.07.2022

7/14/2022
The race to replace Boris Johnson as the UK’s next prime minister, Germans worry about freezing this winter, and why some of those canned tomatoes from Italy are so cheap. Also: meet the American actor who left Hollywood to become lord of Downton Shabby and how the Isle of Skye’s natural wonders are both a blessing and a curse.

Duration:00:55:02

Inside Europe 07.07.22

7/7/2022
Boris Johnson resigns, a Marshall Plan for the Ukraine, an audience with the Pope and a golden opportunity for French farmers. Also: Timothy Snyder's lessons from the past, a Ukrainian CEO tackles Putin with porn, plus music from the Budapest Gypsy Symphony Orchestra.

Duration:00:55:01

Inside Europe 30.06.2022

6/30/2022
NATO's rapid renewal but will it deter Putin? A food crisis looms – can enough of Ukraine's grain bypass the Black Sea? Commemorative chimes: remembering the Czech church bells stolen by the Nazis. Why Europe's airlines are struggling to get airborne. Meet the Dutch firm that's building bridges from crops. And how Italians are getting a taste for Chinese fine wine. All that and more..

Duration:00:55:02

Inside Europe 23.06.2022

6/23/2022
Election fallout in France, Dutch farmers protest livestock cuts to curb nitrogen, plus a report from the world’s longest running design Biennale in Ljubljana. Also: DW honors the last journalists in Mariupol, Spain plans legislation improving women’s access to abortion, Belgium reckons with its colonial past, plus a look at France’s trailblazing face-mask recycling project.

Duration:00:55:01

Inside Europe 16.06.2022

6/16/2022
The UK’s attempt to offshore asylum seekers to Rwanda is thwarted, Poland introduces an electronic register of pregnancies, and another round of NATO talks brings another round of military pledges. Also: an in-depth look at the topic of water - where it’s lacking, who is profiting from its scarcity and what could be done to distribute it more fairly, plus some Aboriginal jazz.

Duration:00:55:01

Inside Europe 09.06.2022

6/9/2022
The urgency to unblock Ukraine’s grain exports: Turkey and Poland step up efforts to stave off global food insecurity. Also, can digital nomads keep Venice afloat? An environmentally friendly car that’s cheap and assembling it is child’s play. The Russian journalists who’ve fled to Latvia. From acclaim to obscurity, the Australian violinist who inspired Europe’s composers 100 years ago. And more

Duration:00:55:01

Inside Europe 02.06.2022

6/2/2022
100 days of war crimes, a month of record inflation and 70 years of Queen Elizabeth II. Also on Inside Europe: how Ukraine’s president is harnessing social media to frame the narrative of war, Serbia plays a dangerous game, Greece and Turkey defend their territorial claims and the beautiful game turns ugly: what went wrong at the UEFA Champions League final?

Duration:00:55:01

Inside Europe 26.05.2022

5/26/2022
Ukrainians from Mariupol go through Russian filtration camps - Erdogan vows to send home Syrian refugees in Turkey - Burkinis continue to cause a stir in France - England's dental deserts - On the trail of Martin Luther - A new sustainable source of protein for our plates - And more...

Duration:00:55:02

Inside Europe 19.05.2022

5/19/2022
Finland and Sweden join NATO, Turkey’s president raises objections, a conversation with Human Rights Watch, and a French film with a message. Also: Kalush Orchestra return to Ukraine after winning Eurovision, Ukrainian children struggle with the German school system, a new front opens up in the UK’s so-called “culture wars”, and pangolin diplomacy in the Czech Republic.

Duration:00:55:00

Inside Europe 12.05.2022

5/12/2022
Breaking down the psychology of Russian propaganda, testing the depths of Swiss disaster planning, unpacking Northern Ireland's historic election results. Also: challenges to the EU’s ban on Russian oil imports, a conversation with the podcaster giving voice to the Russia-German community and the Berlin Philharmonic’s Karajan Academy turns 50.

Duration:00:55:00

Inside Europe 05.05.2022

5/5/2022
EU bans Russian oil, Poland struggles with rule-of-law funding cuts, Slovakia’s former PM is accused of forming a criminal organisation and British Sign Language gets official recognition. Also: trauma therapy for Ukrainian refugees, Russian exiles in Turkey, a wind turbine controversy in Normandy and Ibiza gives climate change top billing.

Duration:00:55:00

Inside Europe 28.04.2022

4/28/2022
Russia cuts off gas to Poland and Bulgaria, Ukrainian mayors appeal for reconstruction aid, and elections in France and Slovenia – we look at what the results might mean. Also on Inside Europe: leading lawyer Philippe Sands on prosecuting Putin for the crime of aggression, a look at the dilemmas facing Turkey’s drone industry and an evening in the company of Kyiv’s courageous symphony orchestra.

Duration:00:55:02

Inside Europe 21.04.2022

4/21/2022
Critics slam the UK’S plans to send asylum seekers to Rwanda - The German chancellor under fire over weapons for Ukraine - Concern in Moldova that it, too, is in Russia’s crosshairs - Protests in Turkey as the authorities seek to silence a women’s rights group - And On the Green Fence: How clean is the River Rhine

Duration:00:55:00

Inside Europe 14.04.22

4/14/2022
Uneasy deja-vu in France, war crimes in Ukraine, football as therapy and ordinary people open their homes to refugees. Also: Boris Johnson is fined for breaking his own lockdown rules, Turkey’s doctors leave the country, a journey into the politically charged world of Spanish matadors, plus a wee dram of climate vulnerable Scotch whiskey.

Duration:00:55:00

Inside Europe 07.04.2022

4/7/2022
No end in sight to the war in Ukraine, but some refugees are heading home - The horror revealed after the Russian retreat - Ukrainian conflict draws comparisons with the Balkan wars. Also: A portrait of a nation as the French vote in presidential elections - Election results in Serbia and Hungary indicate President Putin has friends in the West - Ferrari celebrates 75 years in the fast lane.

Duration:00:55:01

Inside Europe 31.03.2022

3/31/2022
Sex traffickers target Ukrainian refugees, Ukrainian cultural heritage becomes a casualty of war, is Turkey becoming a back-door for Russian wealth? Plus a look at the political fallout from the royal tour of the Caribbean. Also: election time in Hungary and Serbia, parenting advice for refugees and Ukrainian composer Valentin Silvestrov experiences sadness and sanctuary in Berlin.

Duration:00:55:00