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Japan has always been energy hungry and addicted to nuclear power. Yet the tsunami washed away old certainties and there's a growing, ground-level wave of anger about the way the nuclear industry operates.
Millions of people are still feeling the devastating after-effects of Japan's earthquake and tsunami. We investigate the problems and the daily challenges of life in Japan today.
The Japanese town of Rikuzentakata was once a prosperous and scenic fishing village. Torn apart by the tsunami, today it is choked with dirt and debris, empty except for the bulldozers gnawing at its remains.
This powerful report travels into the heart of the Japanese disaster zone. Following natural disasters, a nuclear crisis and a potential financial meltdown, it looks back at the week that nearly destroyed Japan.
Incredible footage of an 80 year-old grandmother and her 16 year-old grandson, as they are pulled from the rubble nine days after the devastation began. An exclusive first hand account of their story.
As the world applauds the Japanese resilience in the aftermath of the tsunami, the question remains as to how they will manage to rebuild a community that was already fraught with problems.