Did anyone see the BBC2 showing of this programme. some remarkable scenes in the series which brought together victims and their attackers in the Northern Ireland conflict. It was chaired by Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who led the Truth and Reconciliation Commission into the crimes of the apartheid era. The series explored a tough issue from a human, rather than political, perspective and saw Loyalist Michael Stone come face to face with the wife of one of Stone's victims. Another was a former British soldier who talks to the Sister of a man he shot dead. Burrage, now a bespectacled middle-aged man, was visibly troubled by the events from 1971, when as a young soldier in Belfast, he'd shot and killed Michael McLarnon. Whatever ghosts were haunting all involved in the meetings, they were certainly laid bare in this series. Was this programme a waste of License payers money or should more victims come face to face with the accussed???