The most audacious deception that the US had ever seen was exposed when police investigated a double murder in the 1980s. Mark Hofmann forged historic documents at the core of the constitution and history. Then, having fooled the FBI, the CIA and his own wife, he turned to murder. This is his story. (S) (W)
Dan Cruickshank visits Durham Cathedral and John Grundy tours Northumberland in this evening's gems from the BBC archive. Elsewhere in this focus on the North East, Dr Jonathan Foyle heads for the moorlands of Yorkshire. www.bbc.co.uk/restoration
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