Not such a good week for Denmark - AstraZeneca jabs put on hold for two weeks. Nonetheless there seems to be optimism about a further reopening of society. We also hear about the EU's defence and security plans going forward.
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Copenhagen Calling May 14, 2021
28:53Copenhagen Calling with Julian Isherwood. We hear how the pandemic is going in Denmark and the reopening of society. The incineration of the buried remains of some 14 million mink is under way. We also hear about the EU's Zero Pollution action plan.
Copenhagen Calling April 30, 2021
29:00This week we hear about the London court that has thrown out a Danish Tax Authority case in connection with the dividend tax scandal and the Danish Business Minister's reaction to banks lowering the amount people can have in their deposit accounts without having to pay a negative interest rate. At the EU, we hear about the EU's ongoing battle with Apple.
Copenhagen Calling April 2, 2021
29:06This week we hear about the Danish government’s warning to Danes in Burma as well as the government’s issues regarding Danish children in Syrian camps. Also the European Council meeting, an issue between the European Commission and Poland, Europe’s organic production plans, and the EU/UN Brussels Conference on Supporting the future of Syria and the region.
Copenhagen Calling March 12, 2021
28:57Not such a good week for Denmark - AstraZeneca jabs put on hold for two weeks. Nonetheless there seems to be optimism about a further reopening of society. We also hear about the EU's defence and security plans going forward.
Copenhagen Calling March 5, 2021 with Julian Isherwood
29:00Denmark, Austria and Israel are plannning to work together to produce vaccines, Prime Minister says no to ISIS children and mothers in Syrian camps, the pandemic has rocketed in an estate on Funen. We also hear about the EU's strategy for disabled people in the EU.
Copenhagen Calling with Julian Isherwood
29:00Denmark will be keeping its borders closed for the time being, the British B117 virus is taking hold in Denmark, Finland is facing a new lockdown and Sweden is not much better. Venezuela has expelled the EU ambassador. That and much more, including the EU Commission's trade policy review.
Copenhagen Calling February 13, 2021 with Julian Isherwood
29:02This week we hear about the arrest of 13 people in Denmark and one in Germany who have been remanded in custody ater weapons, material to build one or more bombs and an ISIS flag were found in police house searches. That and the EU's economic forecast.
Copenhagen Calling February 6, 2021 with Julian Isherwood
29:00Denmark reacts against the Burma coup and Russia demonstration arrests. Too many Danes have been going to Dubai and bringing back Covid-19 while in Denmark the Deputy Chair of the Liberal Party has left the party as she prepares for her impeachment.
Copenhagen Calling 30 January, 2021 with Julian Isherwood
28:59Denmark extends its lockdown, worries about the British B117 mutation, an Surtian resort asks Danes to stay away, Greenland may supply rare earth metals to the EU, arrests for threatening the prime minister and the EU's Green Paper on Europe's demographic changes for public debate.
Copenhagen Calling Jan. 23, 2021 with Julian Isherwood
28:56This week we hear of reactions from the Danish government to the inauguration of Joe Biden. We also hear reactions to the arrest of Alexei Navalny in Russia. We hear about the pandemic in Denmark and Denmark is trying to mount an international maritime force to stop piracy in the Gulf of Benin.