Just watched the programme as listed below, one of the best documentaries to be shown on the BBC for a long time. They bring the horrors of distant conflicts into people's front rooms and interpret history as it's being made. But the risks of being a war journalist have never been greater. In the last four years, 62 reporters have died in combat zones. Jeremy Bowen, the BBC's award winning World Affairs Correspondent, explores the lives and motivations of those whose work revolves around death and destruction. How do they operate in the most dangerous working conditions imaginable? What are the stories the public don't see? And what are the psychological costs of constantly bearing witness to man's inhumanity? Bowen talks to some of the most famous war reporters of our time, while revisiting the conflicts that have defined our age.