In a Sheridan College college lecture, the CBC foreign correspondent explains what it’s really like to report from around the globe.

Walking into a minefield, driving through war zones and dealing with mass devastation after the earthquake in Haiti are just a few of the stories CBC’s David Common has to share about working as a foreign correspondent. In this last of a three-part series from a lecture at Sheridan College, he explains what it’s really like to report from around the globe, and how what you see on the job can stay with you long after you arrive back home.