Paula Slier is in Donetsk, Ukraine, where she works on a report about food and water shortages. In the meantime, Marina Kosareva travels to Cheltenham, England, to cover a protest outside British intelligence agency, GCHQ. However, she arrives to find the protesters are having second thoughts.
Paula Slier travels to the town of Ilovaysk in Ukraine to visit an anti-government fighter camp and speak to a commander. Meanwhile in the UK, Marina Kosareva goes to Scotland where she teams up with another RT UK correspondent, Polly Boiko, to cover the referendum there.
Bricio Segovia is in Beslan, North Ossetia, where he visits the "City of Angels" - a cemetery made for the victims of the terrorist hostage crisis that shook the town 10 years ago. In the meantime, Harry Fear travels to France to film a story about the controversial situation regarding illegal immigration.
In London, Marina Kosareva works on a story on the relevance of the British citizenship test as she learns that British people themselves often struggle to pass it. Meanwhile in Beslan, North Ossetia, Bricio Segovia returns to the tragic school where a hostage crisis happened 10 years ago, to film the memorial service.
Bricio Segovia travels to Beslan in North Ossetia to mark 10 years since a terrorist hostage crisis took the lives of 334 people, most of them children. Meanwhile in RT’s new London office, news anchor Bill Dod gives a guided tour of the studio and introduces the RT UK team.
Harry Fear is still in Wales, UK, where he interviews one of the organisers of the "No NATO Newport" protest. In the Donetsk Region of Ukraine, Paula Slier visits the Central Regional Hospital that has been recently bombed and currently has only one doctor left working there.
Paula Slier heads to a town 20 km outside Donetsk to do a report on the bombing of a chemical factory. But when her fixer refuses to come, she starts to think she may have underestimated the dangers of this task. Meanwhile, Harry Fear is in Newport, Wales, where he's covering anti-NATO protests.
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James Brown explores what it’s like to be homeless on the streets of the UK. Christmas is all about being with the people you love and enjoying life but this time, James joins thousands from all round the country who are forced to sleep rough and beg for money.