September 30th, 2010
Episode 8 of 851 episodes
After years of conflict in Uganda, the people of Acholiland are returning home; but Richard Dowden finds memories of war are straining the Acholi tradition of forgiveness. Peter Marshall meets the British woman on death row in Texas, and considers whether she should be there. Martin Patience goes for a drive with the young people of China in search of new friends on the open road. Charles Haviland is in Sri Lanka, where people are sharing their memories of the long civil war. And a man with a shopping trolley attracts the attention of our man in Johannesburg, Andrew Harding.
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