On 23 October 1984, Bob Geldof was horrified by a report from famine-struck Ethiopia. He talked to Midge Ure and proposed they write a charity song: Band Aid was born. Ure recalls the day when pop stars came together to record Do They Know It's Christmas?, and talks to those who took part.
3/6. As the police close in on Angela's killers, the investigation is turned on its head as Chrissie finds a witness from the night that Jason Buliegh went missing. Joe must go to extreme lengths in an attempt to cover the tracks of those involved.
10.00 4/6. A dramatic turn of events sees Chrissie and Joe hailed as heroes - but still haunted by feelings of guilt. Starring William Ash , Ian Puleston-Davies ,
Laura Fraser and Reece Dinsdale.
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