The Cafe is a bold new talk and discussion show set in cafes around the world in which we hear the fluid and explosive conversations of local leaders and experts.

Egypt: The revolution continues...

 

Egyptians gather in The Cafe to discuss the challenges of fulfilling their revolutionary dreams, five months after they ousted Mubarak.

Watch from July 15, at the following times GMT: Friday: 2000; Saturday: 1200; Sunday: 0100: Monday: 0600.

 


 

What next for Egypt and its neighbours?
[Reuters]

 

The Cafe travels to Cairo to discover what role Egyptians want their country to play in the region and the world. Can Egypt peel away from its reliance on foreign investment?

Watch from July 22, at the following times GMT: Friday: 2000; Saturday: 1200; Sunday: 0100: Monday: 0600.

 

 

Kenya's state of tribalism
[Reuters]

 

The Cafe travels to Nairobi to hear what Kenyans and their prime minister have to say about unity and identity, after the last election sparked violence along ethnic lines.

Watch from July 29, at the following times GMT: Friday: 2000; Saturday: 1200; Sunday: 0100: Monday: 0600.

 

 

Kenya's unwinnable war
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Can Kenya's war on corruption be won? The Cafe gathers a group of Kenyan activists to debate the challenges.

Watch from August 5, at the following times GMT: Friday: 2000; Saturday: 1200; Sunday: 0100: Monday: 0600.

 




Source: Al Jazeera