On this week's show: A Holocaust survivor in Slovakia, displaced musicians in Mali, an activist on trial in Egypt, a journalist imprisoned in Thailand, a First Nations activist in Canada and an underground electrician in Jamaica.
Production team: Neil King, Kate Laycock, Nancy Isenson, Camille Grayson and Christoph Groove.
Edita Salamonova was 19 when she was loaded onto a cattle truck and sent to the most notorious of the Nazi concentration camps.
Report: Rob Cameron
Against the backdrop of war and insurgency, Mali's musicians struggle against censorship and persecution.
Report: Tamasin Ford
Hafsa Halawa is being prosecuted for her work with a US pro-democracy NGO in Cairo.
Report: Noel King
Elizabeth Cotton talks about her friend, imprisoned Thai magazine editor Somyot Prueksakasemsuk.
Interview: Neil King
First Nations activist Jacob Wawatie fights to save his ancestral lands from logging.
Report: Sian Griffiths
Properties in Hawaii can be pricey - but not if they're next to a volcano!
Report: Sandy Hausman
In Jamaica, electricity prices are so high that many people don't bother paying at all. Instead, they hire an electrician to "throw up" an illegal connection.
Report: Nick Davis
This is one party where it doesn't matter what you wear, since there will be strictly "No Lights, No Lycra."
Report: Charlotta Lomas