Laila Marzok is the Egyptian mother whose son's death in police custody last year became a symbol of the uprising.
A picture of Khaled Said's battered face was uploaded onto the internet, and the Facebook page 'We are all Khaled Said' is credited with inspiring thousands of protesters. Laila describes how her son's face seemed to smile at her from the placards in Tahrir Square when the regime fell.
Larry Hagman - J.R. Ewing
The hit American television series Dallas is making a comeback and the star of the show Larry Hagman tells Jo Fidgen how he feels about reprising the role of villainous oil baron J.R. Ewing. The actor also describes his battle with alcoholism, his near death experience in the operating theatre, and why he stopped talking on Sundays.