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Exorcising the past

The spiritualists selling costly 'cures' and offering exorcisms for mental health problems. Kate Adie introduces stories, wit, and analysis from correspondents around the world.

The spiritualists selling costly 'cures' and offering exorcisms for mental health problems. Kate Adie introduces stories, wit, and analysis from correspondents around the world.

Nicola Kelly is in Zanzibar where spiritual healers are getting rich as the country struggles to deal with rising demand for mental health services.
Mark Lowen ponders what the future may hold for Iraqi Kurdistan.
Zeinab Badawi explores Charleston in America's Deep South. The carefully maintained Georgina houses are impressive, but look closely and the marks of the child slaves' hands that built them are still visible on some of the bricks
Phoebe Smith visits a restaurant for vultures in Nepal.
And Hugh Schofield has become a dad again. He's discovering that a lot has changed in France since his last child was born 18 years ago.

Producer: Joe Kent.

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