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Jeremy Paxman's new book, Great Britain's Great War, dispels famous misconceptions about WWI. He also talks about how Newsnight handled the Savile affair, and says he thought about quitting. We hear about the dark side of the internet, where drug dealers and contract killers can be contacted anonymously. Alastair Campbell gives his reaction to the Daily Mail's apology to Ed Miliband, after two undercover reporters attended a private memorial service of a relative as part of the ongoing feud between the paper and the politician. And we hear the tragic case of 4 year old Hamzah Khan, who was starved to death by his own mother. A jury found her guilty of manslaughter at Bradford Crown Court.

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Thu 3 Oct 2013 14:00