Today's programme meets policeman Paul Betts, whose daughter Leah Betts died after taking Ecstasy. Now a passionate anti-drugs campaigner, Paul talks about his determination to help fight the culture of drug-taking among teenagers.
Missile Crisis. Tonight, a Timewatch special from 1992 reveals how close the world came to a nuclear confrontation during the Cuban missile crisis. Decisive Moments tells the story of a strange set of photographs, taken from a U2 spy plane, that proved to the world that the threat was real. Presented by Charles Wheeler.
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