Deep in a South African cave, an astounding discovery reveals clues to what made us human. Join a treacherous descent into this cave of spectacular and enigmatic finds, and discover their startling implications for the epic tale of evolution.
Nine people a day die on Mumbai's railway lines. Anita tackles the railway's head of safety on the measures they're taking to reduce this fatality rate. Dan meets two eye witnesses to 2008's terror attacks that claimed the lives of 52 people at the station. John is in the Western Ghats, one of India's biggest mountain ranges, revealing the heavy human cost of building the line connecting Mumbai to the south of India.
With incidents of Islamophobia all too common in Australia, what are some of the factors that seem to play a role And what can be done to address this problem from all angles Join this discussion that takes into consideration the frequency of these events and why victims of Islamophobia so often tend to be women.
When one decides to devote their life to becoming a monk, they are choosing to abstain from a lot of the most enjoyable things in life. Meet two Buddhist monks who made that decision, find out what drove them to it and how is has affected their life and relationships since.