“I started dancing with Eveline.” A final twist in the final chapter.
Allan Little looks at the transformation of Europe following the fall of the Berlin Wall.
'I didn’t want to be a part of this new world.' Joachim has a decision to make.
'I choose the codename Fred.' A hairdresser becomes a Stasi spy.
'We have a tunnel.' The diggers are on the hunt for money and make an unlikely alliance.
'If we could hear them, they could hear us.' The diggers reach the terrifying death strip.
“We had no chance to be together.” The Stasi close in on the tunnellers.
“And then my interrogation began.” The escape operation unravels.
“That’s the first time I saw her again.” Wolfdieter's show trial begins.
I said "ok, I'll do it”. Ellen, Mimmo's girlfriend, agrees to play a dangerous role.
“If you don’t have a coffee, then bring me a cognac.” Ellen's plan is derailed.
The criminal charge sheet against senior Nazi Otto Wachter
Jarvis Cocker's nocturnal exploration of the human condition leads him to the Berlin Wall.
On Christmas Day 1989, Leonard Bernstein conducted Beethoven's Choral Symphony.
Alistair Cooke commemorates the 10th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall.
Hunted Nazi Otto Wachter makes his way to Rome to join the Ratline escape route.
The rise to power of a senior Nazi and his wife.
Philippe and the team work out the identity of the mysterious man Otto had lunch with.
Charlotte Wachter finally brings Otto home.
Live debate examining the moral issues behind one of the week's news stories.
Bridget Kendall hears how East and West Germans experienced their country's reunification.
Philippe travels to Albuquerque to meet, the son of the CIA agent who recruited Karl Hass.
Otto contracts a strange illness and Charlotte rushes to Rome to be by his side.
Who was the Bishop who protected Otto in Rome?
Gorbachev proclaims that Germany will not become a capitalist state after reunification.
A story of love, denial, a senior Nazi and a curious death.
Tom Robinson describes the time he sent an unlikely message on his way into East Berlin.
The extraordinary true story of a man who dug an escape tunnel under the Berlin Wall.
In 1964 a group of West German students helped more than 50 people escape from East Berlin