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It's been a tough time for the British royal family of late. However, there is a ray of light in the form of Sophie, Countess of Wessex, who is being tipped to steady the royal ship. Author Christina… Audio
The whereabouts of ocialite Ghislaine Maxwell -- the woman at the heart of the Prince Andrew sex claims -- remains a mystery. Journalist Mark Edmonds joins the show to discuss his quest to find… Audio
Jon Dennis on the Chilcot report about Britain's involvement in the Iraq war and the latest action in UK politics post the Brexit referendum Audio
Tony Blair defends his legacy after a highly critical report finds he led Britain into the Iraq war based on flawed intelligence and before exhausting peaceful options.
Tony Blair has apologised for mistakes made over the Iraq War - and said there were "elements of truth" in claims that it caused the rise of Islamic State.
More than 1.5 billion New Zealand dollars has been pledged to rebuild Gaza. Audio
Scottish actor (Top of the Lake, My Name is Joe) and director (The Magdalene Sisters, Neds), who is visiting New Zealand for the Big Screen Symposium. Audio
Military historian Christopher Pugsley talks with John McCrystal about his career, the business of writing about the First World War, and it contemporary resonances. Audio
Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom who now provides strategic advice through Tony Blair Associates, and has just published his memoir, A Journey. Audio
The Palestinian PM is in London for talks with his British counterpart and the Middle East envoy. Audio