On this week’s show: Utoya massacre survivors run for Norway’s parliament, filling the gaps in an earthquake-torn New Zealand city and a personal farewell to the late UK journalist Sir David Frost. Then, we bid farewell to the northern hemisphere summer with a gelato maker from the West Bank and a bunch of bathers from Vienna.
Produced by André Leslie, Samantha Early, Kate Laycock, Nancy Isenson and Gerd Georgi.
Survivors of the 2011 shootings by Anders Breivik at the Norwegian Labor Party’s youth camp on the island of Utoya are among the contenders in the country’s upcoming parliamentary elections.
Report: Henrik Libell
Christchurch, New Zealand, has marked three years since the beginning of a series of devastating earthquakes and ongoing struggles for the city’s residents. Coralie Winn lost her job, but was inspired to help fill Christchurch’s newly empty spaces with creative projects.
Interview: André Leslie
Following the death of longtime UK broadcaster Sir David Frost, famous for his interview with former US president Richard Nixon, a fellow British journalist offers a farewell tribute to his hero.
Report: Ashley Byrne
From teenage runaway to staunch campaigner - Jasvinder Sangehra has been working for 20 years to bring the issue of forced marriages to the attention of the British public, and support its young victims.
Interview: André Leslie, Samantha Early
A pioneering West Bank farmer is bringing the taste of Italian gelato to Palestinians.
Report: Marijke Peters
As summer reaches its end in the northern hemisphere, swimmers at the Danube River are enjoying the last of the sunshine. One part of the river in particular, the Gänsehäufel, is a magnet for bathers from all parts of Austrian society.
Report: Kerry Skyring