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Interview program that hardware talk invites various guests from political leader to general person who became topic from entertainer, management person in charge of company and sends.

We meet influential people of international stage and, since Start broadcast, obtain opportunity of unique interview many times, and interview of leaders of industry and government of the world is included in that from Iraq, Russia to Hollywood from East Timor, too. 30 minutes constructed on minute research and the thorough investigation approach in the backside of news by question that they shoved by Steven soccer to act as chairmanship.


2017.5.25
Emanuel Ibe kachikuu (Nigerian oil resources aspect)
For Thursday, May 25 broadcast
We make Nigerian kachikuu oil resources aspect guest to global trade special feature of BBC. We thought whether you invited the times when this country which President Buhari was born in Nigeria two years ago, and was proud of Africa's best population was new. First; is peaceful, and let expect the government where democratic change of government is clean and large-scale economic reform, but how is the present conditions? In Nigeria of oil dependency, can trade nation make self-renewal?
Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu
As part of the BBC' s Trading Fortunes season focusing on global trade, HARDtalk' s Stephen Sackur speaks to Nigeria' s minister of state for petroleum resources, Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu. When President Muhamadu Buhari won the Nigerian presidency two years ago it seemed like Africa's most populous nation had turned a corner. A first ever peaceful, democratic transition brought a promise of cleaner, better governance, and major economic reform. Is it How's it going? Can oil dependent Nigeria transform itself into a modern trading economy?

2017.5.25

Emanuel Ibe kachikuu (Nigerian oil resources aspect)

For Thursday, May 25 broadcast
We make Nigerian kachikuu oil resources aspect guest to global trade special feature of BBC. We thought whether you invited the times when this country which President Buhari was born in Nigeria two years ago, and was proud of Africa's best population was new. First; is peaceful, and let expect the government where democratic change of government is clean and large-scale economic reform, but how is the present conditions? In Nigeria of oil dependency, can trade nation make self-renewal?

Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu

As part of the BBC' s Trading Fortunes season focusing on global trade, HARDtalk' s Stephen Sackur speaks to Nigeria' s minister of state for petroleum resources, Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu. When President Muhamadu Buhari won the Nigerian presidency two years ago it seemed like Africa's most populous nation had turned a corner. A first ever peaceful, democratic transition brought a promise of cleaner, better governance, and major economic reform. Is it How's it going? Can oil dependent Nigeria transform itself into a modern trading economy?


2017.5.24

Of the 20th anniversary: Ingrid betankuru (2002 broadcast)

For Wednesday, May 24 broadcast
We are the hard talk Start broadcast 20th anniversary and broadcast selected interview again. Mr. Ingrid betankuru kidnapped during presidential election of Colombia in 2002 crossed in the Columbian jungle more than six years and sent hostage life with left wing guerrilla. We were rescued by bold strategy of the Columbian Information Board. In interview just after liberation, we said that we wanted to make every possible effort for liberation of left hostage and touched possibility to aim at the President again.

Ingrid Betancourt

HARDtalk celebrates its twentieth anniversary with a repeat of one of its classic interviews. Kidnapped in 2002 whilst campaigning to become Colombia's president, Ingrid Betancourt was held hostage for more than six years in the Colombian jungle by left-wing guerrillas. She was rescued in an audacious effort by Colombian intelligence. Stephen Sackur met her shortly after her release where she told him her focus was to secure the release of the remaining hostages held in the jungle - and that she wouldn't rule out running for president again.


2017.5.23

Julio Borges (Chairperson of Venezuelan National Assembly)

For Tuesday, May 23 broadcast
We can see confusion of political economy of Venezuela to deepen every day. For these past one month, Arashi of anti-government demonstration raged in the whole land. Nearly 40 people die by collision with the police and security force, and food lacks medicine at hospital in shop. We hear whether there is socialist revolution that supporter of ex-President Chavez led to Julio Chairperson Borges of National Assembly where opposition party occupies the majority in dying state.

Julio Borges

Every day Venezuela seems to get one step closer to economic and political chaos. Mass anti-government protests have swept the country for the past month. Close to forty people have been killed in street clashes, the shops are short of food and hospitals low on medicine. HARDtalk' s Stephen Sackur asks Julio Borges, Speaker of the opposition-controlled National Assembly, if the Chavista Socialist revolution is dying on its feet?



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