On the eve of the 30th anniversary of the Romanian revolution, Paul Davies returns to Bucharest, where he and the ITN team were the only international reporters to gain access to the country's main TV station as the revolution gained momentum. He returns to the television studio he reported from meeting old friends, key players in the uprising and listens as survivors recount their disappointment in the uprising's outcome.
Jerusalem has an unusual problem... there are not enough places to bury their dead. For Jews, Muslims and Christians alike, its soil is sacred. The city needs more than 4,000 new graves every year. With sought-after plots costing tens of thousands of pounds, the latest solution is to dig downwards – John Irvine visits the new six-storey underground burial site.
And Penny Marshall spends time with British Christian missionary Pete Portal and his South African wife Sarah who run two safe houses and rehabilitation centres in the Cape Flat's troubled Manenberg district. Their Tree of Life church welcomes in gangsters and drug addicts seeking a cleaner life.