Bangladesh is a drowning land. The last major cyclone killed 3,000 and left millions living in tents, with barely any food or drinking water. With the land literally disappearing beneath the feet of the ever increasing population, it’s a problem that shows no sign of easing. Correspondent Ramita Navai and producer Andy Wells discover an extraordinary and devastated landscape that’s on the front line of climate change, with water levels rising inexorably and floods that once occurred every 20 years now happening every five.
"An impassioned report from Bangladesh by young British reporter Ramita Navai...beautifully filmed by director Andy Wells…a documentary where the pictures tell the story"
- The Observer