The first spy of the Cold War, Klaus Fuchs, gave the West's nuclear secrets to Moscow
Memories of the English analytic philosopher and political activist using BBC archive.
In January 2000, Harold Shipman was found guilty of killing 15 of his female patients
The first major-party black candidate to make a bid for the US Presidency in 1972
In 1968 a US B52 plane with nuclear bombs on board crashed at Thule, Greenland.
How a handful of Belgian Jews escaped from a train heading to Auschwitz
In January 1939 tens of thousands of people fled the advancing forces of General Franco
The African nationalist and Congo's first prime minister who was murdered in January 1961
Al Capone's grand niece talks about her memories of the famous Chicago mobster
Brandon Bryant speaks to Witness about working on the controversial US drone programme.