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Join journalist Julian Crandall Hollick on a journey through the Ganga River to explore how this life-sustaining river is in danger of dying. Hollick's extraordinary journey, from the Himalayas to the Bay of Bengal, combines travelogue, science and history. It's a fascinating and troubling portrait of the river and the people who rely on it. "Ganga" is a radio series about the Ganga River produced by Independent Broadcasting Associates and funded by the National Science Foundation.

For more information or to listen to the series, visit http://www.ibaradio.org/India/ganga/index.htm.



Credit: Independent Broadcasting/Julian Crandall Hollick