With George Alagiah.
Journalist and former hostage John McCarthy presents a portrait of 77-year-old Helen Bamber, founder of the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture, who since an early age has worked for charitable causes.
Aged 22, Rupert Murdoch inherited a minor Australian newspaper.
Now he oversees an empire worth £30 billion. In this film Murdoch and his family discuss his rise to power, his personal life, and his determination to keep the business a family affair.
A Rupert Murdoch special in which Matthew Horsman and the former editor of The Sunday Times Andrew Neil discuss the hugely successful magnate's empire.
Secrets and Lies director Mike Leigh's acerbic 1977 comedy drama follows a neighbours' soiree in suburbia, which descends into drunkenness and disarray as bourgeois affectation and sexual frustrations come to the fore. Starring Alison Steadman, Tim Stern, Janine Duvitski, John Salthouse and Harriet Reynolds.