BBC Newshour

BBC's most experienced correspondents bring you compelling interviews on every subject. From devastating natural disasters to inspiring triumphs of the human spirit, BBC Newshour has the world covered.

Recent Episodes

Edward Snowden Interview

Edward Snowden on hacking; Twitter's new boss; the case against Maldives' ex president

Catholic Synod on the Family Begins

Pope Francis opens a Synod on changes in family life - how does the Roman Catholic family view those changes? Jerusalem's Old City is closed to Palestinians who don't live there - after another Israeli is attacked; Why did Walt Disney's great-niece decide to make a film about gun violence?

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MSF Hospital Hit by Air Strikes in Kunduz

Bart Janssens director of Operations at MSF condems the attack in Afghanistan; Four of the main sponsors of FIFA have demanded that president Sep Blatter resign immediately; Writer and director Jeff Lieberman talks about his documentary 'The Amazing Nina Simone'.

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UN Denounces Afghan Hospital Bombing

Resident tells story of fleeing Kunduz; Vatican sacks gay priest who reveals relationship; is British toilet paper too thin?

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Putin in Paris

The Russian President, Vladimir Putin, is in Paris at talks expected to be dominated by Russia's military action in Syria; India announces long-term plan to limit its greenhouse gas emissions; One of Ireland's best known playwrights, Brian Friel, dies at the age of 86 after a long illness.

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