Which is more fun: reading a novel or watching a documentary?

The BBC’s series The World is Not Enough, which follows the story of a family in a remote part of the world, has been praised for its exploration of human relationships, as well as its use of film.

Its latest installment, The World Is Not Enough 2: The Unseen World, which premiered on the BBC World Service in April, follows a group of survivors of the nuclear disaster at Fukushima, Japan.

The series also features a cast of characters, including a young boy who dreams of becoming a doctor.

NPR’s Kelly McEvers and Lise Grande-Meyer discuss The World Has Not Enough’s appeal.