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The Line of Fire with Ramita Navai

Aurra Studios

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? Read more


Sebastian Junger : Some sand sort of sprayed into the side of my face. I was like, damn, what was that? And then I heard the burst

06/29/2022 1:05:16
Guillermo Galdos (part two) : Two Black Hawk helicopters appeared on top of us…spraying with bullets. I remember hearing the trees falling down. It looked like the end of the world

06/22/2022 1:05:53
Guillermo Galdos (part one) : This guy was shooting his gun.... And suddenly they hit him in the head, right in the forehead. And I remember thinking, what the hell am I doing here?

06/15/2022 58:10
Anas Aremeyaw Anas : We don’t care you are journalists. The rule is simple. We will kill you

06/08/2022 59:45
Mais Al-Bayaa (part two) : I kept screaming “is anyone alive?” but I did not hear anyone. I genuinely thought I was dead

06/01/2022 47:19
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Our take on The Line of Fire with Ramita Navai podcast

The Line of Fire is a unique podcast covering a super interesting but rarely explored field: the journeys of war reporters. Ramita Navai's invites journalists who have covered war zones to share their stories and experiences.

They talk about several issues such as facing death, the life-changing moments they have experienced, brutality, the lessons they learnt, and much more.

Some notable guests include Stuart Ramsay of SKY, CNN's Sam Kiley & Clarissa Ward, and Janine di Giovanni.

Ramita Navai is an Emmy and Robert F. Kennedy award=winning investigative journalist. She is also an author and a documentary maker who has covered several conflict zones for almost twenty years.

Aurra Studios
Ramita Navai
United Kingdom
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