Interview Shows

The Life and Times of Roger Rogerson

The Life and Times of Roger Rogerson

Roger Rogerson was a tough cop in a tough town. Just what was needed many would say. This 2011 portrayal of his life provides a unique insight into Sydney's underworld, the characters, crimes and the key events that spanned his career as one of the city's most feared law enforcers.
2 Episodes
Reel
Great Australians with Alan Jones

Great Australians with Alan Jones

Popular media personality Alan Jones talks to a selection of talented and influential Australians who have achieved greatness in their respective fields. Eponymous without seeking the furnishings of fame, these individuals have risen to considerable challenges to become world figures in their fields.
2 Episodes
Umbrella
The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations

The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations

The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations explores successful leadership through the personal and professional choices of the most influential people in business.
2 Episodes
Bloomberg
Game Changers

Game Changers

An original documentary series providing a compelling look at the business leaders and entrepreneurs who climbed to the top and changed our world.
1 Episode
Bloomberg

Interview Episodes

Interview - Andreas Rodder: "There is a new fear of Germany."

Interview - Andreas Rodder: "There is a new fear of Germany."

Germany is considered Europe's strongest nation, both politically and economically. Just like a century ago, it is viewed as culturally sensitive but ruthless when it comes to wielding power. How can it counter the fears of its neighbors and partn...
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Bodo Ramelow: "The AfD is stoking people's fears"

Bodo Ramelow: "The AfD is stoking people's fears"

"People in eastern Germany believe they've been given a raw deal, that they've been shut out," says Bodo Ramelow, head of the regional government in the state of Thuringia.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Interview - Judith Enders: "Distinguishing between Eastern and Western Germans is outdated."

Interview - Judith Enders: "Distinguishing between Eastern and Western Germans is outdated."

Judith Enders was just thirteen when the Berlin Wall came down. It was a seminal experience for her - like many of her generation - and she put together a book about people's lives under communism. She asked people how it felt for them and whether...
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Shermin Langhoff: "German Constitution is poetic and visionary"

Shermin Langhoff: "German Constitution is poetic and visionary"

"It's not by chance that I ended up in the arts and not in politics," says Shermin Langhoff, Artistic Director of Berlin's Maxim Gorki Theater. In the DW Interview Langhoff discusses both art and politics.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Peter Brandt: "Not every far-right person is a Nazi."

Peter Brandt: "Not every far-right person is a Nazi."

German historian Peter Brandt talks to DW about divisions in modern Germany, the future of the Social Democrats and his relationship to his late father, former Chancellor Willy Brandt.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Serap Guler: "Where am I supposed to come from?"

Serap Guler: "Where am I supposed to come from?"

Guler is Secretary of State for Integration in Northrhine-Westphalia.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Interview - Gerd Muller: "Africa's women are the key to its success."

Interview - Gerd Muller: "Africa's women are the key to its success."

"Africa and every country in it needs to go its own way," says the German Development Minister, Gerd Muller.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Niklas Frank: "The Germans must have known where things were going"

Niklas Frank: "The Germans must have known where things were going"

Niklas Frank is the son of the man Hitler installed as general governor of occupied Poland. Hans Frank was responsible for the death camps in Poland. Niklas Frank has faced up to his past. But he tells DW that the Germans in general have not.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Stefan Schmidt: "Human lives are my first priority"

Stefan Schmidt: "Human lives are my first priority"

"It's not borders that need to be protected but people," says Stefan Schmidt. He was himself arrested in 2004 as the captain of Cap Anamur after he led to operation to save 37 refugees from the Mediterranean Sea.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Ex-AfD member Franziska Schreiber: "I was met with hate"

Ex-AfD member Franziska Schreiber: "I was met with hate"

The far-right AfD has become the main opposition party in Germany's parliament. For four years, Franziska Schreiber was the right-hand woman of the party's former chairperson Frauke Petry. Now Schreiber has left the party -- and written a book.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Felix Klein: "Zero tolerance for anti-Semitism"

Felix Klein: "Zero tolerance for anti-Semitism"

"If you want to have an impact in our society, you need to be aware of our history and our special sensibility as far as anti-Semitism is concerned," says Germany's anti-Semitism commissioner in The Interview on DW.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Seyran Ates: 'It seems I'm destined to survive'

Seyran Ates: 'It seems I'm destined to survive'

Lawyer and imam Seyran Ates founded the liberal Ibn Rushd-Goethe mosque in Berlin.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Gyde Jensen: "We have to argue about solutions"

Gyde Jensen: "We have to argue about solutions"

"I am fighting to prevent Europe from frittering away its humanistic legacy," says Gyde Jensen.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Mehmet Daimaguler: "The German state protected leading neo-Nazis"

Mehmet Daimaguler: "The German state protected leading neo-Nazis"

Germany's 'NSU trial' is coming to an end. It has been one of the longest criminal trials in German history. Neo-Nazis were accused of killing nine men with Turkish or Greek backgrounds, as well as a German policewoman.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Achim Steiner: "The world won't improve on its own"

Achim Steiner: "The world won't improve on its own"

"We are living in a political moment in which nationalism, protectionism, and withdrawal have become a great temptation," says the head of the United Nations Development Programme, Achim Steiner.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Robert Menasse: "I can have a Heimat - a homeland - without being a nationalist."

Robert Menasse: "I can have a Heimat - a homeland - without being a nationalist."

"National identity is certainly the least important factor when it comes to building a democratic Europe," says German Book Prize Winner Robert Menasse.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Tim Kurzbach: 'Yesterday's events are the lessons of today'

Tim Kurzbach: 'Yesterday's events are the lessons of today'

Twenty-five years after the deadly arson attack in Solingen, mayor Tim Kurzbach tells DW, 'We should not behave as if the struggle against the right were over.' On May 29, 1993, two women and three children whose family hailed from Turkey died.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Klaus von Dohnanyi: "Germany and France have to lead Europe"

Klaus von Dohnanyi: "Germany and France have to lead Europe"

"Europe can only survive if Germany and France take the reins together," said SPD politician Klaus von Dohnanyi during an interview with DW. The former Mayor of Hamburg added "Europe will not make any progress until France understands.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Interview - Stephan Mayer: "Heimat" is a complicated term

Interview - Stephan Mayer: "Heimat" is a complicated term

"Integration is always a two-way matter," says Stephan Mayer in the DW Interview.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
David Ranan: "Fear is being promoted by politicians."

David Ranan: "Fear is being promoted by politicians."

"Jews in Germany are doing well, they are listened to," says political scientist David Ranan. Compared to Muslims, they seem to be a preferred minority, he said. We examined the difficult subject of anti-Semitism in modern Germany with David Ranan.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Interview - Christian Mihr: "Releasing Deniz Yucel was merely a symbolic gesture."

Interview - Christian Mihr: "Releasing Deniz Yucel was merely a symbolic gesture."

"Every Turkish media outlet has desks belonging to jailed colleagues" says Christian Mihr of the German branch of Reporters Without Borders. Deutsche Welle spoke to him about press freedom and independence, which are under threat in many parts of ...
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Michael Bohmeyer - Does Money Make You Lazy?

Michael Bohmeyer - Does Money Make You Lazy?

"A basic income changes a person's mindset," says Michael Bohmeyer. "It reduces anxiety and makes people healthier and more creative". His crowd-funded portal has been raffling off unconditional basic incomes. Bohmeyer tells DW how it works.
12mins
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Deutsche Welle
Gesine Schwan: "The SPD can stand up to Merkel."

Gesine Schwan: "The SPD can stand up to Merkel."

Political scientist Gesine Schwan has been a member of the SPD for 46 years and has lived through its many ups and downs. Deutsche Welle spoke to her about the future of the party, refugee policy and developments in neighboring Poland. She was the...
12mins
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Deutsche Welle
Hans-Christian Strobele, Green Party veteran

Hans-Christian Strobele, Green Party veteran

"We believed in the need for a revolution," says the activist and co-founder of Germany's Green Party, Hans-Christian Strobele. He talked to DW about extra-parliamentary opposition, democracy and the Greens.
12mins
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Deutsche Welle
Simone Lange: 'I'll show her who's strongest'

Simone Lange: 'I'll show her who's strongest'

"The Agenda 2010 reforms we adopted 15 years ago were very damaging for social democracy in Germany because we betrayed our values," regrets Simone Lange. The mayor of the northern town of Flensburg is challenging party stalwart Andrea Nahles in a...
12mins
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Deutsche Welle
Agnieszka Brugger: "More arms do not mean more security"

Agnieszka Brugger: "More arms do not mean more security"

"Men like Presidents Erdogan, Putin and Trump are rapidly destroying the peaceful order which we have constructed following two world wars." That is the warning from German Green politician Agnieszka Brugger. She told DW she is disturbed by the ar...
12mins
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Deutsche Welle
The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations - How Paul Singer Came to Support LGBT Causes

How Paul Singer Came to Support LGBT Causes

Elliott Management Founder and Co-CEO Paul Singer reveals why he became an activist in the fight for gay rights and marriage equality, a stand at odds with many in his Republican Party. He speaks to David Rubenstein.
2mins
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Bloomberg
Vladimir Putin: An Exclusive Conversation

Vladimir Putin: An Exclusive Conversation

Russian President Vladimir Putin sits down for a rare interview with Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait, delving into subjects ranging from the US presidential election to the Syrian civil war, oil prices and state asset sales.
54mins
Politics, , ,
Bloomberg
The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations - Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett

What advice would millionaire businessman and investor Warren Buffett give to a young investor wanting to emulate him? David Rubenstein speaks to the Berkshire Hathaway Chairman and Chief Executive Officer about his life and career.
25mins
Bloomberg
Game Changers - Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg is founder and chief executive officer of Facebook Inc, and one of the world's youngest billionaires. How did he get there? Game Changers follows his journey.
45mins
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Bloomberg
Great Australians with Alan Jones - Anthony Warlow, Matt Mitcham and Sydney Kirkby

Anthony Warlow, Matt Mitcham and Sydney Kirkby

Popular media personality Alan Jones talks to a selection of talented and influential Australians who have achieved greatness in their respective fields. In this episode, Anthony Warlow, Matt Mitcham and Sydney Kirkby.
42mins
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Umbrella
Great Australians with Alan Jones - Ita Buttrose, Ian Frazer and Carla Zampatti

Ita Buttrose, Ian Frazer and Carla Zampatti

Popular media personality Alan Jones talks to a selection of talented and influential Australians who have achieved greatness in their respective fields. In this episode, Ita Buttrose, Ian Frazer and Carla Zampatti.
45mins
Umbrella
Taylor Swift: Superstar

Taylor Swift: Superstar

Exploring her dedication to the song writing process, her influences and inspiration, Taylor Swift - Superstar captures the essence of the creative persona of one of the world's most popular performers.
60mins
Music, , ,
Umbrella
The Life and Times of Roger Rogerson - The Life and Times of Roger Rogerson - Part 2

The Life and Times of Roger Rogerson - Part 2

Roger Rogerson was a tough cop in a tough town. Just what was needed many would say. This 2011 portrayal of his life provides a unique insight into Sydney's underworld, the characters, crimes and key events of one of the city's most feared enforcers.
104mins
Biography, , , ,
Reel
The Life and Times of Roger Rogerson - The Life and Times of Roger Rogerson - Part 1

The Life and Times of Roger Rogerson - Part 1

Roger Rogerson was a tough cop in a tough town. Just what was needed many would say. This 2011 portrayal of his life provides a unique insight into Sydney's underworld, the characters, crimes and key events of one of the city's most feared enforcers.
130mins
Biography, , , ,
Reel
Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview

Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview

For 17 years thought to be lost, this candid in-depth interview with the late visionary was filmed in 1995. Steve Jobs discusses his early days, career battles and vision for the future, just two years before he would retake control of Apple.
67mins
Madman