Award-winning National Geographic writer Neil Shea goes to the frontlines of the fight with the Islamic State to explain how this cultural mix makes the Kurds the best unified front to end ISIS, one of the most powerful terrorist networks in history.
Zaatari is no ordinary city. It's a refugee camp in Jordan, and home to some 80,000 Syrians who have fled the bombs and bullets of Syria's civil war. What was once a temporary camp has now become a city the size of a small country town. This incredible documentary gets beneath this surprising metropolis, a place of huge logistical challenges and extraordinary human stories. Presenters Anita Rani, Dr Javid Abdelmoneim and hostile-environment expert Ben Timberlake immerse themselves in the life of the camp, reporting from behind the scenes and meeting the families who call Zaatari home.