Life Inside Libya’s Migrant Detention Centres
Why a ceasefire in Tripoli may not mean an easier life for the migrants detained in Libya. Kate Adie introduces stories from correspondents around the world.
Thousands of people have been intercepted by the Libyan coastguard as they try to reach Europe and sent to detention centres in the capital Tripoli. Gaining access to them is difficult, but that doesn’t mean those inside them have given up on trying to get their stories out. Sally Hayden hears tales of abandonment, abuse, and slavery.
Kate Adie introduces this and other stories from journalists and correspondents around the world.
Jatinder Sidhu hears from the pro-pot campaigners who won’t be celebrating the legalisation of the drug in Canada but are instead mourning the loss of a counter-culture which they’ve nurtured over decades.
James Clayton tries to make sense of why manual scavenging persists in India – the use of human waste removers to clear blocked drains and sewers with their bare hands.
Joey D’urso visits some of the beautiful central Italian towns that were partly destroyed by earthquakes in 2016. Have they and their inhabitants recovered?
And Phoebe Smith finds herself lost for words as she struggles to describe the stirring in her soul prompted by a howling pack of wolves in Sweden.
Producer: Joe Kent