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Recent Episodes

Celebrities Join the Women's March Against Donald Trump

Actress Scarlett Johansson and singer Alicia Keys join the women's march to protests against the new US President Donald Trump. We speak to actress Patricia Arquette who is also at the rally in Washington.

Also on the programme, ex president Yahya Jammeh leaves The Gambia; and does marching actually work?

(Picture: Actress Scarlett Johansson at a rally in Washington. Credit: Getty Images)

Donald Trump Inauguration

Supporters and protesters gather in Washington ahead of Donald Trump's swearing-in ceremony.

Also in the programme: Global reaction to Donald Trump's inauguration day; the history of inaugural speeches; and the Russian bikers who support Trump.

(Picture: Donald Trump. Credit: Reuters.)

President Trump Takes Office

Donald Trump promises to put America first as he's sworn in as the 45th President of the United States. We hear international reaction to President Trump's speech: What are people in China expecting now - and what about Iran? We also gauge the mood in Moscow.

(Photo: President Donald Trump takes the oath of office as his wife Melania Trump son Barron Trump look on. Credit: Getty Images)

Gambia Presidential Inauguration

The winner of the election in The Gambia, Adama Barrow, is due to be sworn in a ceremony in Senegal - even though the defeated president has refused to stand down.

Also in the programme: new initiative launched to develop vaccines against three deadly diseases; Donald Trump; the view from the Russian countryside.

(Photo: Adama Barrow. Credit: AFP)

The Gambia Presidential Inauguration

The winner of the election in The Gambia, Adama Barrow, is due to be sworn in a ceremony in Senegal - even though the defeated president has refused to stand down.

Also, a new initiative launched to develop vaccines against three deadly diseases, Donald Trump, and the view from the Russian countryside.

(Photo: Adama Barrow. Credit: AFP)

Senegalese Troops Enter The Gambia

On the day of a contested presidential inauguration for The Gambia, troops from Senegal cross the border into the country in support of Adama Barrow.

Also on the programme: With less than 24 hours before the US Presidential inauguration, Republicans are jubilant and nervous. And the search for survivors after an avalanche in central Italy.

(Photo: Senegalese forces (seen in this archive photo) are among the best trained in Africa. Credit: AFP)