My Amazing Underwater Rescue
Lucy Ash talks to Nigerian cook Harrison Okene who was dramatically rescued from the seabed. He was trapped for almost three days in an air bubble under his sunken ship.
Harrison Okene is a Nigerian cook who was dramatically rescued from the seabed. He was trapped for almost three days in an air bubble under his sunken ship and feared he'd be eaten by sharks.
Frederic Gros is a French philosopher who has written about the link between walking and creativity. His book is called A Philosophy of Walking.
Athlete Regina George is representing Nigeria in the Commonwealth Games this summer. She tells us about the music that inspires her.
Exiled Iraqi writer Hassan Blasim talks about the four years he spent as an illegal migrant before finding asylum in Finland. His short story collection is called The Iraqi Christ.
(Photo: Harrison Okene. Credit: Reuters/Joe Brock)
- Wed 28 May 2014 11:06GMT
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