30/01/2010

Rajan Datar talks to the BBC’s International Development Correspondent, Mark Doyle, who has just returned to the UK after nearly two weeks covering the aftermath of the earthquake in Haiti.

Rajan discusses with him listeners’ comments about the tone of the coverage, and finds out more about the personal aspects of reporting on major disasters like Haiti.

And Rajan also talks to the senior producer of Heart and Soul, Kristine Pommert. A recent edition of her programme, which heard from non-believing Jews, was popular with listeners: so will she be planning to feature atheists more often in future?

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