After five long weeks this final episode sees the Brits due to return home, but not before they learn the level of sacrifice the workers make to support their families, and are able to reunite a young woman with her two-year-old son.
In the Mongolian steppes, a family of horse herders welcome four city children into their home for several months. The children will learn the ancient morin khuur, an ancestral fiddle that features a carved horse-head and is said to sing into the hearts of animals and people. Omba, a wise old musician, teaches them this magical instrument, said to have healing powers.
Nel Hedayat is a young British-Afghani woman who sets out to discover what life is really like for some of the thousands of child brides across the world. She has a particular interest as her grandmother was married at 12 and her aunt at 15 and both had long and largely happy marriages.
An engaging eight-part documentary series that explores how 16 culturally diverse couples cope with their 'big day'. As the melting pot bubbles away, many more Australians are choosing to marry outside their ethic background and customs, family and culture become entwined as people fall in love with others from different backgrounds.