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Interview program that hardware talk invites various guests from political leader to general person who became topic from entertainer, manager for management 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.


2017.12.15
suwapan dasuguputa (Indian member of the Upper House)
For Friday, December 15, 18th Monday broadcast
Today's guest is Mr. suwapan dasuguputa. In Indian journalists, we were elected in writers newly by member of the Upper House. Leader lets you divide public opinion into two and fans nationalism, and there is doubt in the past, and one of the world's largest countries deeply attaches to Twitter. Of course it is Indian Nalen gong Prime Minister Modi, but seems to be the American present President. Mr. dasuguputa is considered to be sworn friend of the Indian prime minister in the conservatives, but do you not feel danger in Populism of Prime Minister Modi?
Swapan Dasgupta MP
HARDtalk' s Stephen Sackur speaks to Swapan Dasgupta, Indian journalist, writer and now member of the country's upper parliamentary chamber. One of the world' s biggest countries has a leader who polarises opinion, stokes nationalist sentiment, has a controversial past, and a predilection for Twitter. I'm thinking of course of India's prime minister Narendra Modi, but are there any parallels to be drawn with America's current president? Does this conservative ally of India's prime minister see any dangers in Mr Modi's populism?

2017.12.15

suwapan dasuguputa (Indian member of the Upper House)

For Friday, December 15, 18th Monday broadcast
Today's guest is Mr. suwapan dasuguputa. In Indian journalists, we were elected in writers newly by member of the Upper House. Leader lets you divide public opinion into two and fans nationalism, and there is doubt in the past, and one of the world's largest countries deeply attaches to Twitter. Of course it is Indian Nalen gong Prime Minister Modi, but seems to be the American present President. Mr. dasuguputa is considered to be sworn friend of the Indian prime minister in the conservatives, but do you not feel danger in Populism of Prime Minister Modi?

Swapan Dasgupta MP

HARDtalk' s Stephen Sackur speaks to Swapan Dasgupta, Indian journalist, writer and now member of the country's upper parliamentary chamber. One of the world' s biggest countries has a leader who polarises opinion, stokes nationalist sentiment, has a controversial past, and a predilection for Twitter. I'm thinking of course of India's prime minister Narendra Modi, but are there any parallels to be drawn with America's current president? Does this conservative ally of India's prime minister see any dangers in Mr Modi's populism?


2017.12.14

Beatrice Cos., Inc. fin (winning 2017 Nobel Peace prize ICAN (nuclear weapon extinction international campaign) secretary general)

For Thursday, December 14 broadcast
In Oslo, we ask Beatrice Cos., Inc. fin secretary generals of ICAN (nuclear weapon extinction international campaign) of winning Nobel Peace prize in 2017. Doing continues examining missile mounted with nuclear warhead that North Korea can arrive at the United States in occasion. On the other hand, it is said that American President Trump does not hesitate to conduct correspondence of "flame and anger" for North Korea either and eats the American nuclear weapon reinforcement. Nuclear weapon prohibition treaty is adopted, and 122 countries signed, but, by contribution of ICAN, all the nuclear powers become nonparticipation this year. We hear what winning Nobel Peace prize is useful for while world nuclear power does not listen to fin secretary generals of ICAN.

Beatrice Fihn

HARDtalk is in Oslo to speak to the winners of the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize, ICAN (the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons.) It comes as North Korea continues its testing of missiles capable of reaching the United States with a nuclear warhead. President Trump has threatened `fire and fury' against North Korea and talks of increasing America' s nuclear weapons stockpile. Earlier this year ICAN helped to deliver the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons which was signed by 122 countries, although none of the nuclear armed powers signed. Stephen Sackur talks to ICAN' s executive director, Beatrice Fihn. What use is this Nobel Peace Prize when the world' s nuclear powers aren' t listening?


2017.12.13

Alane Winfield (U.K. Bristol robot laboratory)

For Wednesday, December 13 broadcast
We broadcasted on Monday on Friday, November 3, 6th
As development study of artificial intelligence (AI) advances, will there be domains where AI does not bring revolutionary change by human activity? We ask world-famous alane Winfield professor story this time in field of robot ethic. From driving to education, work, war, will we be letting machine which may change dark future image of SF into scientific fact loose?

Alan Winfield

As research and development into artificial intelligence intensifies, is there any sphere of human activity that won' t be revolutionised by A.I. and robotics? HARDtalk' s Stephen Sackur speaks to Alan Winfield, a world renowned Professor of Robot Ethics. From driving, to education, to work and warfare are we unleashing machines which could turn the dark visions of science fiction into science fact?




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