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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.


2017.3.30
Allen Orth (American Georgia former correction chief of the bureau)
For Thursday, March 30 broadcast
Hard talk televises interview of broadcast to the program 20th anniversary in 2014. Allen Orth who the other party was the American Georgia authorities, and acted as person in charge of execution for many years. We supervised execution of criminal by state, but we become not able to bear before long and strongly object to the death penalty now. Why is it?
Allen Ault
HARDtalk celebrates its twentieth anniversary with a repeat of an interview first broadcast in 2014. Stephen Sackur speaks to Allen Ault, who spent years running the corrections system which sanctioned state-sponsored executions in the southern US state of Georgia. He organised the killing of criminals until he could stand it no more and today he is a strong opponent of the death penalty. Why?

2017.3.30

Allen Orth (American Georgia former correction chief of the bureau)

For Thursday, March 30 broadcast
Hard talk televises interview of broadcast to the program 20th anniversary in 2014. Allen Orth who the other party was the American Georgia authorities, and acted as person in charge of execution for many years. We supervised execution of criminal by state, but we become not able to bear before long and strongly object to the death penalty now. Why is it?

Allen Ault

HARDtalk celebrates its twentieth anniversary with a repeat of an interview first broadcast in 2014. Stephen Sackur speaks to Allen Ault, who spent years running the corrections system which sanctioned state-sponsored executions in the southern US state of Georgia. He organised the killing of criminals until he could stand it no more and today he is a strong opponent of the death penalty. Why?


2017.3.29

aruseni yatsuenyuku (Ukrainian ex-Prime Minister)

For Wednesday, March 29 broadcast
We broadcasted on March 9
This guest is Ukrainian ex-Prime Minister, Mr. aruseni yatsuenyuku. 10,000 people die of battle for 3 years, and should we admit that Ukrainian leader performs war not to be able to beat in now when many become refugee soon? We do not seem to work in favor of the government even if we take geopolitics, economy, nation feelings, anything. Mr. yatsuenyuku which premiership included until one year ago named own premiership divine wind mission. In Ukraine, how is auto-destruction avoided?

Arseniy Yatsenyuk

HARDtalk' s Stephen Sackur speaks to Arseniy Yatsenyuk, former Prime Minister of Ukraine. After three years of fighting, 10,000 dead and hundreds of thousands displaced, is it time for Ukraine's leaders to acknowledge they' re in a war they cannot win? Geopolitics, economics and public sentiment do not seem to be working in Kiev's favour. Our guest was Ukraine's prime minister until a year ago - Arseniy Yatsenyuk described his own premiership as a kamikaze mission - how does his nation avoid self-destruction?


2017.3.28

Serine saieku senility (the Turkey, Republican People's Party vice-party leader)

For Tuesday, March 28 broadcast
Guest is the Turkish opposition party CHP (Republican People's Party) vice-party leader, Representative serine saieku second banana. In the middle of April of this year, referendum of constitution reform bill strengthening power of the President is carried out in Turkey. The yes and no does not permit guess, and vote of Turkish inhabitants living in Europe may control result. Meanwhile, some European countries block entry of Turkish cabinet minister who was going to enter the country for revision of the Constitution support meeting of Turkish inhabitants and become big diplomatic dispute. CHP objects saying that referendum may be going to give powerful authority to the erudoan President. Can you draw future image that does, and can be opposed to popularity of worth ruling party AKP (Justice and Development Party)?

Selin Sayek Boke

HARDtalk' s Zeinab Badawi speaks to Selin Sayek Boke, Turkish opposition MP and deputy leader for the Republican People's Party the CHP. In mid-April Turks vote in a referendum to change the country's constitution and give the president more powers. Polls suggest it's a tight race, so the votes of Turkish citizens living in Europe could help swing the result. But government ministers have been prevented from campaigning in some European countries provoking a major diplomatic row. The CHP is opposed to the referendum claiming it would give President Erdogan too much power. But do they have an alternative vision for Turkey that can challenge the popularity of the ruling AK Party?HARDtalk' s Zeinab Badawi speaks to Selin Sayek Boke, Turkish opposition MP and deputy leader for the Republican People's Party the CHP. In mid-April Turks vote in a referendum to change the country's constitution and give the president more powers. Polls suggest it's a tight race, so the votes of Turkish citizens living in Europe could help swing the result. But government ministers have been prevented from campaigning in some European countries provoking a major diplomatic row. The CHP is opposed to the referendum claiming it would give President Erdogan too much power. But do they have an alternative vision for Turkey that can challenge the popularity of the ruling AK Party?



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