Ahead of Mental Health Awareness Week, this Sunday’s BBC Radio 1 Life Hacks asked the UK’s biggest ever ‘How are you?’
BBC World Service
Billions of people across the world live in an area that runs along a fault line, where everyday life is balanced with a constant risk of an earthquake rocking their community.
Journalist Tabinda Kokab knows how this feels after the devastating 2005 Kashmir earthquake killed more than 70,000 people, including her brother.
In a 60 minute documentary for the BBC World Service, she’ll be exploring the emotional and psychological impact of living life on the line, discovering the risks and rewards for people who go about their daily lives with a quake in the back of their minds.