On today’s show:
- This week, the UK holds a referendum on whether to stay in or leave the European Union, but there are some myths about the EU floating around.
- Historian John Schmidt tells the ghost story of Tamerlane’s Tomb.
- Scientists cannot find the Bramble Cay melomys. The rodent’s disappearance has been declared the first mammal extinction caused by human-induced Climate Change.
- And on this World Refugee day, we talk to the director of the documentary, The Crossing, which follows Syrian refugees as they try to reach Europe.