The Line of Fire with Ramita Navai
What can facing death and danger teach us about humanity and the world we live in, and what wisdom can be learned from working in war zones?
In every episode, foreign correspondent Ramita Navai, renowned for her investigations and for telling the ‘story behind the story’, talks to a fellow war reporter about the life-changing moment they faced death.
As guests recount extraordinary stories of kidnap and danger - many never told before - they explore what the experience taught them about themselves and the world, and how it’s changed their perspectives on life.
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Show notes and transcripts:
- Watch Ramita’s latest documentary No Country for Women on ITV Hub
Presented by Ramita Navai
Executive Producers Richard Osman and Matt Raz
Produced and edited by Chris Scott (@ctscott_)
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