May 9th, 2016
Episode 719 of 1051 episodes
Werner Faymann says he's lost the support of his party colleagues. Robert Wiesner at the broadcaster ORF in Vienna gives us his assessment. Also in the programme, European finance ministers have been meeting to discuss Greece's next tranche of bailout money. The BBC's economics correspondent Andrew Walker brings us up to date with the latest developments. After 20 years as Saudi Arabia's oil minister, Ali al-Naimi has been replaced by Khalid al-Falih. Professor Joseph Kechichian at the King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies in Riyadh tells us what's behind the move. The BBC's Marie Keyworth reports on the prospects for a smart bicycle light which can gather data on road defects. And our regular commentator Lucy Kellaway of the Financial Times talks about the benefits of interviewing someone over lunch.
In a time where we're all threatened by a rhetoric of hate from the people in power; A Gay And A NonGay challenges many of our differences head on and promises that no matter who you are, or what you're into (Bruce Springsteen or Britney), love is love and gay and nongays can be friends. Contact us on Twitter @gaynongay