Katty Kay's democracy road trip
BBC's Katty Kay traveled across America for a documentary on the fate of democracy, "Trump: The Comeback?" — including interviews with voters and local politicians in Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Wyoming.
What she's saying: "Despite the subject, it's actually fun," Kay says. "I go cattle-wrangling in Wyoming and truck-washing in Pennsylvania. ... An outsider/insider's take."
- The monthlong ramble took her from 126° in Phoenix to a snowstorm in Wyoming — in the space of a day.
Kay spent time with two Arizona GOP candidates — Kari Lake for governor and Mark Finchem for secretary of state — who were named yesterday by Rep. Liz Cheney as leading threats to democracy.
- "Trump: The Comeback?" is available on BBC Select via Amazon Prime Video Channels, the Apple TV app and The Roku Channel. It airs on BBC World News on Saturday at 5:10 p.m. ET, and Sunday at 11:10 a.m. ET and 10:10 p.m. ET. In the U.K., available on BBC iPlayer.
Go deeper: Watch the trailer