Tim Sebastian, host of Conflict Zone, is a world-renowned television journalist with more than 40 years of experience.
He was twice named Interviewer of the Year by the Royal Television Society and received the British Academy award for contributions to factual television. Memorable interviews with world leaders have included US Presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, South African Presidents Thabo Mbeki and FW de Klerk, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, Rwandan President Paul Kagame, and the last leader of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev.
Joice Mujuru served as Robert Mugabe's Vice-President for a decade. Now she is running for president in Zimbabwe with her own party. But why should people vote for someone complicit in a regime that killed thousands?
With Schulz and Merkel neck-and-neck in the polls, we talk to senior CDU MP and German deputy finance minister Jens Spahn. Does he think Merkel can win a fourth term in what she expects to be her toughest election yet?
With thousands of new settlement homes announced and mixed signals from Donald Trump's White House, is the two-state solution doomed? Conflict Zone's Tim Sebastian spoke to PLO executive member Hanan Ashrawi in Ramallah.
As the list of terrorist attacks on Europe's soil gets longer, Europol is under pressure for a perceived lack of cooperation on security matters between EU member states. Is the EU's security in the wrong hands?
As the EU is threatened from rising populism within its own borders, emboldened by a Trump presidency, do pro-EU leaders have the answers to defend it? MEP Manfred Weber tells Michel Friedman on Conflict Zone.
With international condemnation for Russia's bombing campaign in Syria and alleged human rights violations in Crimea, "Conflict Zone" talked to Russia's ambassador to NATO, Alexander Grushko, who rejected the criticism.