May 22nd, 2015
Episode 351 of 1091 episodes
EU leaders are meeting counterparts from several countries which border Russia in Riga, Latvia. We ask the Prime Minister of Estonia Taavi Roivas what kind of co-operation could result. In Israel Roger Hearing meets the engineers using modern technology to help people live and work within the Jewish religious laws that govern everyday life. We have our review of the week's main stories with Sujeet Indap, Lex columnist at the Financial Times in New York and Peter Collins, Business Editor at the Economist in London. And finally does a win at Eurovision guarantee ongoing financial security? We ask the lead singer of the 1976 winning band Brotherhood of Man, Martin Lee.
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