Media headlines often fuel fear about refugees. But what happens when refugees pick up the microphones and tell their own stories?
Larry Macaulay and fellow broadcasters from Germany’s pioneering Refugee Radio Network demonstrate how they are using community radio to create dialogues, share experiences and build a new future. (1 x 27′)
First broadcast February 2017 BBC World Service
Producer Mukti Jain Campion
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This programme’s insight into global issues through culture is the World Service at its best – Charlotte Runcie, The Daily Telegraph 11/2/17