Fidan Ekiz will travel to countries, dictatorships and areas of conflicts to visit independent reporters, papers and TV-stations. She will have a chat with those courageous who dare to speak truth in a dictatorship and will join them while they perform their work duties. They encounter life threatening situations, but why did they choose for a career like that?
Runtime: 50 minutes
De pen & het zwaard - Morgan le Fay in popular culture - Netflix
The Matter of Britain character Morgan le Fay (often known as Morgana, and sometimes also as Morgaine and other names) has been featured many times in various works of in post-medieval and modern popular culture, often but not always appearing in villainous roles. Some modern stories merge Morgan's character with her sister Morgause or with aspects of Nimue (the Lady of the Lake). The stereotypical image of Morgan is often that of a villainess: usually a seductive, megalomaniacal, power-hungry sorceress who wishes to destroy Camelot and overthrow King Arthur, and is a fierce rival of the mage Merlin. Contemporary interpretations of the Arthurian myth sometimes assign to Morgan the role of seducing Arthur and giving birth to the wicked knight Mordred, though traditionally his mother was Morgause, Morgan's sister; in these works Mordred is often her pawn, used to bring about the end of the Arthurian age. Examples of modern Arthurian works featuring Morgan in a role a major antagonist include characters in both the DC Comics (Morgaine le Fey) and Marvel Comics (Morgan le Fay) comic book universes. Some other Arthurian fiction, however, casts Morgan in the various positive or at least more ambivalent roles, and some have her as a protagonist and sometimes a narrator.