Azfar Rizvi  



 Station 58:

 On 15th January 2007, eight firemen were buried and burned alive in a burning cotton factory at the Site Industrial Area of Karachi. We will explore first hand the emotional turmoil which these families had to deal with and how some of the firemen barely escaped death . Encompassed in this presentation , will be the peripherals which a fireman goes through be that death of a colleague or the hope of finding one from the debris . As the firemen talk about the uncertainty of their lives and the medical services they get, the viewers will get a unique insight into the lives of these selfless individuals. More..


When Brummies Met Sindhis:

 Five teachers from Birmingham UK travel to Pakistan on a ten day trip. They will visit different locations of Social and Cultural importance in Bhit Shah Sindh . The socio political times we witness today are culminating in a Cultural Divide. The visit will initiate an inter cultural dialogue and bring to fore the challenges that we face today. More..


The Inevitable Flight:

 Dhodial Peasantry is located on the Karakoram Highway .It is home to more than 30 sub species of Pheasants. This peasantry has put Pakistan on the international conservation map. This documentary is about how the birds influence humans and their beliefs . More..


The Earthquake Diaries:

  The 2005 Kashmir Earthquake (also known as the South Asian earthquake or the Great Pakistan earthquake) was a major earthquake centered in Azad Kashmir (Pakistan-administered Kashmir) and in North West Frontier Province (NWFP). It occurred at 08:50:38 Pakistan Standard Time (03:50:37 UTC) on 8 October 2005. More..



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