Wanted to let you know that I've been taking part in a BBC documentary about service people returning from tours and not getting the medical/psychological help they need. I was sent a video of the final cut of the programme and it looks very good. I don't know any of the other people who took part but they seem to have quite a wide range of people on it. They gave me a camera and I recorded things for about six months, to try to show my life I think. I come across as a bit of a prat (well,ok, a lot of a prat!) in it but I think I get the point across ok. It will go into their 'Reporters' strand of programming and I think it will be on BBC2. Not sure of the date yet. I'll let you know when I know. There's also John Reid, Geoff Hoon and Des Browne saying suitably stupid things at various points in the programme. As usual, I'm a bit drunk so sorry if this post is a bit nonsensical, but I thought I'd let you all know about this programme. I think it will heighten the plight of those of us who left with PTSD and/or physical injuries and who are not getting either the right help or the right benefits. It looks at both the medical/psychological side of help for returning service people and also the benefits/compensation system. Sorry, I'm rambling as usual but I wanted to let you know that I do occasionally try to do something useful! I'm going to see if I can upload some of the clips from the video to youtube, although I'm not sure if I'm allowed to do that before it airs but, hey, who's going to know? PS If anyone knows how to condense clips in order to upload them, could you please pm me?