Werner Herzog 's compelling record of a daring expedition to the rainforests of South America English aeronautical engineer Dr Graham Dorrington plans to assemble a helium-filled airship in the Guyanese jungle and explore the the canopy's unique ecology. But the project is not without risk - a similar expedition 12 years earlier ended in catastrophe when Dorrington's friend Dieter Plage fell to his death. Showing in the Storyville strand. New.
What does the future hold for Islam in the UK and around the world? A panel of Islamic experts - including the controversial academic Tariq Ramadan - scrutinise the moderate vision put forward by British Muslim writer Ziauddin Sardar in his documentary Battle for Islam. The subsequent discussion analyses Koranic teachings, Islamic traditions and politics to explore what it is to be a Muslim today. New.
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