To Kill A Mockingbird
One of the best-selling books of the 20th century becomes a film; the life of Indian independence leader BR Ambedkar; and the invention of WiFi.
One of the most successful American films of all time was released on Christmas Day 1962. Based on the best-selling book by author Harper Lee, To Kill A Mockingbird starred Gregory Peck as a lawyer who stood against prejudice in the Deep South of the USA. Louise Hidalgo has been speaking to Gregory Peck's son Carey Peck.
Plus, the life of Indian independence leader BR Ambedkar; a short-lived period of peace in Somalia under the Islamic Courts Union; the aftermath of the Cultural Revolution in China; and the invention of WiFi.
Picture: Gregory Peck with Harper Lee in 1962 (Getty Images)