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Duration: 30 minutes

Keeley Donovan finds out why the poaching of rhino in the wild is posing a threat much closer to home with museums and zoos being forced to step up their security. We meet Billy Burton the thalidomide survivor from North Yorkshire who was jailed in the Philippines for drug smuggling but is now devoting his time to warning others about the dangers of drugs. And Paul Murphy reports on the so-called wi-fi refugees, people who are seeking to avoid the modern world because they believe they are allergic to electromagnetic signals.


Series Editor
Jane Birch
Toby Foster
Keeley Donovan


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