This week on HERE and THERE

MONDAY Oct. 23 - Both in terms of lives lost and property damaged, the wine country wildfires in northern California have been the worst in state history.  Edward Struzik, an award-winning Canadian writer and photographer, and the author of the new book FIRESTORM says our future will be full of record-setting wildfires

TUESDAY Oct. 24 - For 3 years, AP Investigative Reporter Martha Mendoza and her Pulitzer Prize-winning team have been revealing the slave labor that infects the global seafood industry.  In her latest scoop, she and her colleagues have documented workers from North Korea who process fish that winds up for sale in American Wal-Marts.

WEDNESDAY Oct. 25 – Here and There is preempted by a live broadcast of the Santa Fe City Council meeting.

THURSDAY Oct. 26 - Newsman Tony Cheng of CGTN, the Chinese English-language news channel has just watched American-supported fighters, led by units of the Kurdish YPG, expel the Islamic State from its Syrian capital Raqqa. What will be the Kurds reward?  In Iraq, Kurds are under attack by Iran-trained militias and American-trained Iraqi Government troops.