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.Subscribe for latest episodes and please rate and review.Ramita Links:Twitter: @ramitanavaiInstagram: @senoritaramitaWebsite: http://www.ramitanavai.com/Aurra Studios:@AurraStudios on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTubeShow notes and transcripts: - https://aurrastudios.com/the-line-of-fire/ - Watch Ramita’s latest documentary No Country for Women on ITV HubPresented by Ramita NavaiExecutive Producers Richard Osman and Matt RazPr... more
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In the series finale of The Line of Fire, Ramita interviews Sebastian Junger, the number one New York Times bestselling author, multi award-winning journalist and Oscar-nominated documentary maker. more
This week on The Line of Fire, Ramita continues her conversation with the award-winning Peruvian journalist and documentary maker Guillermo Galdos. more
This week on The Line of Fire, Ramita’s guest is the Peruvian journalist and BAFTA-nominated documentary maker Guillermo Galdos. Guillermo is the Latin America correspondent at Channel 4 News and is known for his work investigating drug cartels. more
Moving stuff, thank you
I listened to all the episodes with a dropped jaw. Ramita has the rare skill to just let their subject talk and for her to just listen and let them tell their story. As a foreign correspondent herself she has the empathy and sympathy so let’s the guest tell it from the heart
Excellent interviews with incredible brave journalists. Can't recommend it highly enough
This is an amazing record of some of the most terrifying events in modern history and some of the most inspiring people I have ever heard who risk their lives to record and share these events.
Remarkable. I am really grateful to you and your guests for letting us in. Thank you.
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