This series returns to Friday evening's which looks at some of the most shocking and unreported things happening in this world of ours. Tonight, they will focus on the Indonesian island of Java, which is home to one of the world's most polluted rivers and a textile industry supplying leading fashion brands. Reporter Seyi Rhodes investigates the levels of untreated toxic waste from Java's textile factories that can be found in the Citarum River, which 35 million people rely on for drinking, cooking and washing. If you look at the pic above, you will see the river, well actually, you can't even see it through all that rubbish.