What do a professional wrestler, a midwife, a baker, a wedding shop owner, one day-old twins and a teenage journalist have in common? They are all residents of a unique desert city in Jordan called Zaatari.

 

But Zaatari is no ordinary city - it's a refugee camp and home to some 80,000 Syrians who have fled the bombs and bullets of Syria's civil war. What was once a temporary camp has now become a city the size of Bath. 

The Refugee Camp: Our Desert Home gets under the skin of this incredible and surprising metropolis - a place of huge logistical challenges and extraordinary human stories.