Gary Bryson explores freedom of speech and democracy in South East Asia with journalists, filmmakers and political activists.
What can be said publicly in countries where politics, tradition and memories of past trauma combine to put limits on free expression?
In partnership with the Australian radio station ABC, the four-part series What Can I Say? explores freedom of speech and democracy in South East Asia.
Presenter Gary Bryson travels to Indonesia, Cambodia, Thailand and Singapore to meet people who are trying to find a voice for their village, their culture or their nation.