Thursday, November 1, 2007
Aired: Monday 15th October 2007
Part of the 'Why Democracy' week on BBC
Info: "Life and livelihood were threatened when a small Danish newspaper chose to print a selection of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad. Karsten Kjaer looks at the events that resulted and travels the world to question the protesters and explore their motivations. He considers whether the cartoons could have affected the future of free speech?"