Shows from Euronews

Brussels Bureau

Brussels Bureau

All the latest news, interviews and analysis concerning the EU from the euronews’ team in Brussels.
8 Episodes
Cinema

Cinema

All the latest movie news with clips, comment and interviews from the world of cinema
6 Episodes
Cult

Cult

Get the latest videos, pictures & in-depth coverage on the latest lifestyle news, covering music, pop culture, shows, arts, entertainment, expositions, events, concerts, fashion, from Europe & the rest of the World, all as video on demand
9 Episodes
Good Morning Europe

Good Morning Europe

Sets the day’s news agenda and leads the way for the channel’s ground-breaking approach to news gathering and reporting. Good Morning Europe untethers a fleet of mobile journalists - MoJo’s – to gather news as it happens.
65 Episodes
Insiders

Insiders

The never-ending flow of news can be overwhelming. Let’s stop for a moment to make sense of the critical events shaping our world. Insiders brings you in-depth investigations and exclusive reports from the field.
2 Episodes
Inspire Middle East

Inspire Middle East

Every week Inspire Middle East brings you unmissable stories from across a region bursting with new energy. Euronews’ Middle East show, explores cutting edge innovation , tech, fashion, lifestyle and culture; introducing you to the region’s trend setters and game changers. Inspire Middle East showcases new voices, and vibrant storytelling from across the business and cultural spectrum, connecting people in the region with those around the world.
9 Episodes
Musica

Musica

Get the latest from the world of classical music: we discover artists, musicians, opera and more in Musica.
11 Episodes
No Comment

No Comment

No agenda, no slant. Get the picture without the commentary. No Comment on demand video is available on euronews.com, Euronews mobile apps, on Facebook.com/euronews and on our YouTube channel: No Comment TV
1 Episode
Raw Politics

Raw Politics

Provocative and unapologetically impartial. Raw Politics is the new must-see daily politics show that takes on the issues that matter. Join the debate.
68 Episodes
The Global Conversation

The Global Conversation

The Global Conversation is a platform on which euronews questions world leaders directly. Heads of State, policy-makers and key figures from civil society are challenged on their views of global problems, solutions and opportunities
5 Episodes
World News

World News

The latest news stories from around the world, including business, sports and cultural events.
385 Episodes
Raw Politics - Raw Politics: Trump will block re-entry of radicalised US woman

Raw Politics: Trump will block re-entry of radicalised US woman

Earlier this week, Trump put pressure on EU leaders to take back radicalised citizens. Now he is saying he will not be doing the same for a US-born woman who left to join the so-called Islamic State.
Euronews
World News - Roads blocked and tyres set alight as Catalan separatists protest against leaders' trial

Roads blocked and tyres set alight as Catalan separatists protest against leaders' trial

Pro-independence supporters set tyres alight to block a major motorway north of Barcelona on Thursday in protest against the ongoing trial of Catalan leaders
Euronews
World News - Tour de France 2021: Copenhagen to host start of world's biggest bike race

Tour de France 2021: Copenhagen to host start of world's biggest bike race

The world’s best city for cycling will host the start of the planet’s biggest bike race, it was confirmed today.
Euronews
Musica - Juan Diego Flórez and Olga Peretyatko: Vienna's tragic lovers

Juan Diego Flórez and Olga Peretyatko: Vienna's tragic lovers

It's one of the delights of the bel canto-repertoire: Donizetti's opera “Lucia di Lammermoor”. Laurent Pelly creates a dreamlike and mysterious atmosphere at the Vienna Staatsoper . Olga Peretyatko and Juan Diego Flórez incarnate the tragic lovers...
Euronews
World News - Watch: Take a look inside Europe's largest virtual reality lab

Watch: Take a look inside Europe's largest virtual reality lab

While the dome would be a gamer's paradise, it is used by businesses to create virtual replicas of workplaces, from factories to oil rigs.
Euronews
World News - EU Commission's Juncker: 'Don't blame May for my injury!'

EU Commission's Juncker: 'Don't blame May for my injury!'

European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker joked to reporters that an injury on his face wasn't Theresa May's fault.
Euronews
Good Morning Europe - Pope vows concrete measures to tackle clerical sexual abuse

Pope vows concrete measures to tackle clerical sexual abuse

Pope Francies leads a four-day summit in the Vatican into sexual abuse in the Catholic Church
3mins
Euronews
World News - Watch: rare and antique dolls worth thousands go on show in Rome exhibition

Watch: rare and antique dolls worth thousands go on show in Rome exhibition

"Currently Parisian dolls, with their rich costumes and wardrobes, are in strong demand among collectors in the Western world. There are beautiful French creations from the last quarter of the 19th century."
Euronews
World News - Fresh opposition protests in Albania over accusations of government links to organised crime

Fresh opposition protests in Albania over accusations of government links to organised crime

Protesters gathered in front of Albania's parliament on Thursday as pressure increased on the government to step down
Euronews
Raw Politics - Raw Moment: Jean-Claude Juncker and Viktor Orban in happier times

Raw Moment: Jean-Claude Juncker and Viktor Orban in happier times

In today's Raw Moment, friendlier times between the European Commission president and the Hungarian prime minister from way back when.
Euronews
World News - Watch: Visitors immerse themselves in the world of Van Gogh at gallery

Watch: Visitors immerse themselves in the world of Van Gogh at gallery

"Everyone comes with their own feeling so some people like to lie down, some children like to run near the images."
Euronews
World News - Vatican sex abuse summit; Brussels climate march; and Brexit latest

Vatican sex abuse summit; Brussels climate march; and Brexit latest

Join us for live news updates this morning, Thursday, February 21.
Euronews
Good Morning Europe - United Nations says Mauritania urgently needs funds to deal with ongoing refugee crisis

United Nations says Mauritania urgently needs funds to deal with ongoing refugee crisis

The United Nations says Mauritania in northwest Africa urgently needs funds to deal with a growing refugee crisis. Thousands of people are arriving from neighbouring Mali to escape an extreme interpretation of Islam and inter-ethnic violence.
1min
Euronews
World News - Shamima Begum: British Bengalis divided on whether IS teen should be allowed to return home

Shamima Begum: British Bengalis divided on whether IS teen should be allowed to return home

A divide is opening in the British Bangladeshi community in East London, where Shamima Begum spent her formative years, over whether the teen who ran away to join to self-styled Islamic State should return home
Euronews
Good Morning Europe - Scottish island hopes tourists will still come after Brexit

Scottish island hopes tourists will still come after Brexit

Scotland wanted to stay in the EU. But the referendum result is said to have boosted tourism, with visitors taking advantage of a weaker pound.
3mins
Euronews
World News - Skydivers soar over Egyptian Pyramids

Skydivers soar over Egyptian Pyramids

The skydiving festival, now in its fourth year, will see 140 participants from 32 countries take flight over Giza's landmarks.
Euronews
Raw Politics - Raw Politics: Orban takes aim at Juncker in poster campaign

Raw Politics: Orban takes aim at Juncker in poster campaign

Viktor Orban has taken his anti-migration rhetoric up a notch ahead of the European elections.
Euronews
Raw Politics - Power play: Juan Guaidó and Nicolás Maduro take their rivalry to the stage

Power play: Juan Guaidó and Nicolás Maduro take their rivalry to the stage

Contested Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and Interim President Juan Guaidó are to hold rival music festivals.
Euronews
Raw Politics - Brexit brief: Juncker in low spirits, UN outlook and the Dutch Brexit monster

Brexit brief: Juncker in low spirits, UN outlook and the Dutch Brexit monster

Today's Brexit Brief: Juncker doubts Wednesday's meeting with Theresa May will "be a productive discussion", a UN report says the UK will lose its global influence and the Dutch Brexit monster enjoys massive success.
Euronews
World News - French Senate recommends prosecution of Macron's former security aide Alexandre Benalla for perjury

French Senate recommends prosecution of Macron's former security aide Alexandre Benalla for perjury

It's after a seven-month investigation into Benalla's violent conduct on the sidelines of a protest on May 1 last year.
Euronews
Raw Politics - Raw Politics: Will EU leaders allow ISIS fighters to return?

Raw Politics: Will EU leaders allow ISIS fighters to return?

Donald Trump is demanding European leaders take back and prosecute over 800 jihadists captured in Syria.
Euronews
World News - Russia will retaliate if US deploys missiles in Europe

Russia will retaliate if US deploys missiles in Europe

In his annual address, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russia would retaliate if US deploys missiles in Europe.
Euronews
World News - Europe briefing: Benalla investigation, Putin's state of the union, Green MEPs arrest

Europe briefing: Benalla investigation, Putin's state of the union, Green MEPs arrest

Euronews brought you the latest news and updates as they happened this morning.
Euronews
World News - Drones turn China's Lantern Festival hi-tech

Drones turn China's Lantern Festival hi-tech

The drones created shapes including a pelican, a lantern, and letters spelling out "Happy Lantern Festival" in the southern city of Haikou.
Euronews
Raw Politics - Watch: Donald Trump takes aim at socialism in today's Raw Moment

Watch: Donald Trump takes aim at socialism in today's Raw Moment

In today's Raw Moment, Donald Trump takes aim at socialism while giving a speech in support of Juan Guaidó, Venezuela's Interim President.
Euronews
World News - Sparks fly for Lunar New Year in ancient light show

Sparks fly for Lunar New Year in ancient light show

Molten steel is heated to 1,600 Celcius and flung against a cold brick wall, sparking a spectacle of white-hot light.
Euronews
World News - Trump and Kim become Hanoi style icons ahead of summit

Trump and Kim become Hanoi style icons ahead of summit

One salon is even offering free Trump and Kim cuts until the end of the summit, with Kim's proving the most popular.
Euronews
Good Morning Europe - Current and former presidents condemn French anti-semitism

Current and former presidents condemn French anti-semitism

The resurgence of anti-semitism in France brought thousands of people onto the streets last night to demonstrate support for the Jewish community including two former French presidents.
3mins
Euronews
World News - Brexit uncertainty hits UK fishing industry

Brexit uncertainty hits UK fishing industry

British fishing industry has by in large supported Brexit, but they are now raising concerns about the future.
Euronews
Good Morning Europe - Venezuela health crisis: Euronews sees hospital shortages up close

Venezuela health crisis: Euronews sees hospital shortages up close

Euronews correspondent Anelise Borges speaks to doctors and patients in a Venezuela hospital, and sees first hand the level of the crisis.
6mins
Euronews
Good Morning Europe - US Ambassador to Germany launches initiative to end criminalisation of homosexuality

US Ambassador to Germany launches initiative to end criminalisation of homosexuality

Ric Grenell met with LGBT activists from nine countries - saying the experience of European groups made them ideally placed to lead a global campaign.
3mins
Euronews
World News - Thousands rally against anti-Semitism in France

Thousands rally against anti-Semitism in France

Thousands of people rallied across France after a surge of anti-Semitic attacks in recent weeks that culminated on Tuesday with vandals daubing swastikas and anti-Jewish slogans on dozens of graves in a Jewish cemetery.
Euronews
World News - ISIS bride Shamima Begum faces move from UK Home Office to revoke citizenship, says family's lawyer

ISIS bride Shamima Begum faces move from UK Home Office to revoke citizenship, says family's lawyer

Begum, now 19, was one of a group of three British schoolgirls who left London for Syria in 2015.
Euronews
World News - Several skiers buried in Swiss avalanche

Several skiers buried in Swiss avalanche

Valais cantonal police confirmed on Twitter that an avalanche occurred at around 2.15pm, leaving “several people buried”.
Euronews
Cinema - Women take centre stage at 69th Berlin Film Festival

Women take centre stage at 69th Berlin Film Festival

Female filmmakers feature prominently at 2019 Berlin Film Festival.
Euronews
World News - Populism or Democracy? Swedish MEP takes on Nigel Farage in Euronews panel in London

Populism or Democracy? Swedish MEP takes on Nigel Farage in Euronews panel in London

Farage accuses Westminster of not being in touch with public opinion on the subject of Brexit, to which Anna Maria Corazza Bildt said "no, only you are," which many in the audience seemed to enjoy.
Euronews
World News - Primitive life existed on earth over 2 billion years ago, researchers say

Primitive life existed on earth over 2 billion years ago, researchers say

French researchers have discovered that life was already moving on our planet earlier than first thought — now thought to be 2.1 billion years ago. Previously, early life forms were said to date back 1.5 billion years.
Euronews
World News - Ice age: young Russians take the plunge in Moscow

Ice age: young Russians take the plunge in Moscow

Ice swimming in Russia has long been associated with older, usually Speedo-clad, men but members of Moscow's "Walruses of the Capital" club are giving it a fashionable new image.
Euronews
World News - Bernie Sanders launches second Democratic US presidential bid

Bernie Sanders launches second Democratic US presidential bid

The senator from Vermont made the announcement in an email to supporters asking for 1 million people to sign up to start the effort. He previously mounted a fierce challenge to front-runner Hillary Clinton in the 2016 White House election campaign.
Euronews
World News - The force awakens in France as lightsaber duelling becomes official sport

The force awakens in France as lightsaber duelling becomes official sport

The iconic weapon from a galaxy far, far away now has the same status as the foil, épée and sabre.
Euronews
Good Morning Europe - Vatican prepares for summit on sexual abuse within Catholic Church

Vatican prepares for summit on sexual abuse within Catholic Church

The Vatican is preparing for a four-day summit later this week on the issue of sexual abuse within the Catholic Church.
4mins
Euronews
Good Morning Europe - Residents of Athens suburb claim that Airbnb is "pricing them out".

Residents of Athens suburb claim that Airbnb is "pricing them out".

Long-term residents of a central Athens neighbourhood say they are being priced out by Airbnb. Koukaki has become one of the website's most popular tourist destinations, but it's claimed the result has been skyrocketing rents and evictions for ...
3mins
Euronews
Good Morning Europe - Could Brexit put the Scotch Whisky industry over a barrel?

Could Brexit put the Scotch Whisky industry over a barrel?

The Isle of Islay creates some of the world's most popular Whisky. But fears are creeping in that this thriving island may fall prey to a no deal Brexit, and the workers are unsure of their future.
2mins
Euronews
World News - Sailor pictured kissing nurse in iconic Second World War photo has died

Sailor pictured kissing nurse in iconic Second World War photo has died

George Mendoza's claim to appear in the picture was verified using facial technology.
Euronews