June 2018

 

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THE HYENA MEN OF HARAR

Once seen as harbingers of fortune, today the wild hyenas of Ethiopia are used to bring a different form of income to the country’s populace. Katie Stacey and Luke Massey take to the streets of Harar to meet the men making a living with beasts

 

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CONSERVATION IN AN UNREPORTED WAR ZONE

When the fight to save endangered wildlife encounters the brutal chaos of a region spiralling into civil war

 

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THE FRENCH UNDERGROUND

Below the streets of Paris lies a subterranean world of culture known only to a select few

 

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THE AGE OF WALLS

Best-selling author Tim Marshall looks at the world of gated communities and explores why, rather than creating a sense of community, such restricted-entry locales are instead fostering notions of isolation

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