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  1. Inside Europe: Best of 20172017/12/29
    On this week's show, a look back at the lighter side of 2017 on Inside Europe
  2. Inside Europe: Covering the issues that shape Europe2017/12/21
    Inside Europe is an award-winning weekly radio show with a focus on European topics.
  3. Inside Europe2017/12/21
    Click on the links below to listen to reports from this week's edition of Inside Europe, DW's award-winning radio program with features from around the continent.
  4. Inside Europe 21.12.20172017/12/21
    On this festive edition of the programme: Christmas relief for the poor in Hungary, Is a Czech culinary tradition under threat? We’ll head to the cradle of wine, And what’s in those advent calendars? And a culinary tour around Europe
  5. Inside Europe 14.12.20172017/12/15
    On today's programme: The EU remains firm on its stance on Jerusalem - Which way will Catalonia vote in the upcoming election? - France introduces drones to catch dangerous drivers - A hitch for gay marriage in Greece - Homelessness in Germany - The Iraqi refugee who doesn’t want to leave Serbia - Migrants adapt to Glaswegian life – Looking for work on the Bus to Go.
  6. Inside Europe 30.11.20172017/11/30
    How leaders from the EU and Africa want to prevent the abuse of migrants in Libya – Are Syrian refugees outstaying their welcome in Turkey? – Prince Harry and Meghan, a transatlantic match made in heaven? – Northern Irish divisions resurface in language row –The racism debate over the Dutch Black Pete tradition continues to simmer.
  7. Inside Europe 23.11.20172017/11/24
    Coalition talks collapse in Germany - Can relations between Turkey and the West get any worse? - A new era for Irish politics - The Jewish exodus from communist Poland - Guilty! Former Bosnian Serb military leader Ratko Mladic is sentenced to life imprisonment - The campaign to boost literacy in France - Renovating a Nazi ruin - The 94 year old who’s taking the plunge to break a world record.
  8. Inside Europe 02.11.172017/11/02
    On today's programme: Catalonian separatists and Spanish justice – French women rally against sexual harassment – Blaming the victim in Italy? – German police lack new recruits – Estonia and e-Residency – High tech drone fights bird poachers in Cyprus - Scottish bagpipes blast their way back into fashion
  9. Inside Europe 26.10.20172017/10/27
    Could regional autonomy threaten the stability of Europe? - Calls for more autonomy in Italy - The billionaire seeking to lead the Czech Republic – Is daylight saving living on borrowed time? - Can Poland’s economy support a lowered pension age? - Concern over press freedom in Hungary - Empty pews in the homeland of the Reformation - Revival of Porto’s Jewish community.
  10. Inside Europe 19.10.172017/10/20
    On today's programme: Spain moves to suspend Catalonia’s autonomy - Austria’s wunderkind wins elections – Mental health emergency in Greek refugee camps - A Bavarian field at the heart of the EU - Journalist’s murder shocks Malta - Poland’s rosary for peace - The Polder model and Dutch decision making - A library for migrant children in Lampedusa.
  11. Inside Europe: Produced 5.10.172017/10/05
    In the wake of the drama and confusion of the Catalan referendum, we ask: Is there any way back from the deadlock? Also, is terror becoming a way of life in France? Germany celebrates Unity Day, but 27 years after reunification, divisions between east and west still linger. Plus, a feast for the senses at Italy's cheese extravaganza.
  12. Inside Europe: Produced 28.09.172017/09/29
    Shock and consternation in Germany as the electorate shakes the establishment from its slumber - What could an unstable Germany mean for the rest of Europe? - Why the Irish prime minister has lost his sparkle - Are dirty deals keeping migrants out of Italy ?- From Russia with love via a US-Russian exchange program - Big brother is watching your taxi in Turkey - Has Hungary been misusing EU funds?
  13. Inside Europe 21.09.20172017/09/21
    Accusations of totalitarianism in Spain over Catalonia’s independence vote - The mosques behind jihadist cells in Barcelona - Flying high with NATO over Russian war games - Paying for a ticket with your hand in Sweden – Behind the mask in Minsk - Justice for rape victims in Bosnian war? - Ukrainian veterans head to the Invictus Games in Canada – Cool scoops at the world gelato festival in Rimini.
  14. Inside Europe 14.09.172017/09/14
    On today's programme: the politics, the parties and the people a week before Germany votes. Join us for this special election programme.
  15. Inside Europe 24.08.20172017/08/25
    The Spanish town that was home to a terror cell - A dramatic drop in migrant arrivals in Italy - Two hunger strikers become a focal point for protestors in Turkey - The People’s Princess is still stealing hearts, 20 years after her death - Arrest in Russia shocks arts world - One Dutchman, one year, one street - Algae blights Brittany’s beaches - Saving the humble frites.
  16. Inside Europe 18.08.20172017/08/18
    A night of terror and bloodshed in Barcelona - Is the honeymoon over for the new French President? - A deportation order in the Netherlands tests Dutch tolerance - Can the Brits survive without Big Ben? - The locals of Lisbon count the cost of living in a tourist hotspot - The appeal of popularism in Slovakia - Should Germans be paying more for their groceries?
  17. Inside Europe 10.08.20172017/08/11
    Germany prepares to repel Russian hackers as elections approach - Disappearances in Turkey - How Hollywood has helped the French re-evaluate the 1940 battle of Dunkirk - The Dutch struggle with water is reaping rewards worldwide – Football's most expensive deal - Slovakia looks east in its foreign policy offensive - A black boxer in Mussolini's Italy - A temporary forest in the heart of Prague.
  18. Inside Europe: produced 03.08.172017/08/04
    In today's show: Has the Donald trumped Putin with sanctions? Life beyond retirement for Prince Philip. Is Hungary's health care system a health hazard? Satire provides a release from political divisions in Poland, A victory for animal rights, as the Czech Republic bans fur farming, And why Spanish expats are finding it tough to get jobs back home.
  19. Inside Europe 27.07.20172017/07/28
    On today's programme: The showdown between the EU and Poland over judicial reform - A controversial new labelling law in Italy - Cypriots pushing for reunification are down but not out - Drumming up business for halal holidays – Homelessness in Slovakia - Rome's crumbling infrastructure - A tale of two Belgian cities – The 'Forever Young' 70 year old German music publishing dynasty.
  20. Inside Europe 20.07.20172017/07/21
    Is Angel Merkel on course for a fourth term as German chancellor - Calls for the EU to finally get tough on Turkey - Are inferior products being dumped on eastern Europeans - Putting a price on Jane Austen – Netanyahu drums up support in Hungary - The marching season in Northern Ireland - Is the mafia behind bushfires in Italy? - Less is more when taking the plunge in Germany.
  21. Inside Europe 13.07.20172017/07/14
    On today's programme: Learning lessons from violence at the G20 summit - Turkey one year after the failed coup - Citizenship debate in Italy - The cash free revolution taking over Sweden - Is Brexit looking shaky? - Why Europe is suffering from a measles outbreak - Poland's chainsaw massacre - Abused women protected by canine companions in Spain – The Czech Republic's teen activist.
  22. Inside Europe: Produced 06.07.172017/07/07
    This week: Policy or people's lives? Heated discussions in Brussels over migrants in the Mediterranean. A poster war in Hungary gets personal. Are changes in the military weakening Poland's national security? Hollywood glamor lands in Karlovy Vary. Also, why Northern Ireland still can't reach a deal to form a government. Serbian refugees get new homes. And dance tackles social issues in Venice.
  23. Inside Europe: Produced 29.06.172017/06/30
    A deal allows government to begin in the UK; the question is: how long will it last? A march for justice in Turkey poses a serious challenge to Erdogan's rule; and fiddling while Rome burns -an opera dedicated to Nero rocks Rome. Also, Germany and Europe remembers former German Chancellor, Helmut Kohl. The debate over legalizing cannabis in Austria and how Anne Frank's legacy helps refugees.
  24. Inside Europe 15.06.20172017/06/16
    Hard Brexit, soft Brexit or no Brexit at all – Do EU citizens have a future in the UK? - Does the new gay, half-Indian Irish prime minister break the mold? - Britain's youth push politics forward - A crackdown on anti-corruption protestors across Russia - Is a new Hungarian law silencing dissent - A new generation of co-working spaces in Berlin - Giant benches in Italy are child's play.
  25. Inside Europe 09.06.20172017/06/09
    On today's show: Britain's political scene in chaos after elections - UK Muslim leaders refuse to perform funeral rites for London attackers - The campaign to get SUV's off Prague's road – Lyme disease on the rise in France – Controversy over Italian detention centres - Jumping the fence in Ceuta - Are Greek anarchists training for revolution in Syria? The last bastion of French bistro chairs.
  26. Inside Europe: produced 25.05.172017/05/25
    This week: A grieving Manchester pulls together following Monday's suicide bomb attack. Noisy protestors greet Donald Trump in Brussels; a mass trial of alleged coup plotters opens in Turkey. And two cultures on one stage in Vienna. Also, containing the migrant housing crisis in Berlin; is Albania making progress on stamping out corruption? And putting the brakes on diesel cars in Madrid.
  27. Inside Europe 18.05.20172017/05/19
    Will the far right profit from snap elections in Austria - State election boost for Angela Merkel - Two Turks on hunger strike to save their jobs – Concerns over the Polish constitution - Is liberal democracy under threat in the Czech Republic? - The rent crisis in Madrid pushing people out of their homes - Intellectual gardens are enjoying a renaissance in France – Nightingales over Berlin
  28. Inside Europe 11.05.20172017/05/12
    On today's programme: Emmanuel Macron's victory in France heralds a new era. But what does it mean for the future of the EU and for Brexit negotiations? - The fate of those displaced by war in eastern Ukraine – Concern over media freedoms in Slovakia - The American entrepreneur helping the homeless in Barcelona - And a few belly laughs in Berlin.
  29. Inside Europe 04.05.172017/05/05
    Bickering between Britain and Brussels over Brexit - The German Defence Minister comes under fire from her own army - Political uncertainty in the Czech Republic - Economic rebel Yanis Varoufakis makes a political comeback - Amnesty International steps up campaign for a free press in Turkey - Growing concern over the Polish media - The cross border tram building bridges between France and Germany.
  30. Inside Europe: Produced 27.04.20172017/04/27
    As the second round runoff of France's presidential elections looms, we extensively examine the policies, priorities and personalities of Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen. Plus, protests in Slovakia, Portugal's rebounding economy, Latvian preparations for NATO troops and a newly official hermit in Austria.
Inside Europe | Deutsche Welle
Inside Europe | Deutsche Welle

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