I am not entirely sure that that was the exact name of the programme, on very late (About Midnight), Monday night. The programme centred on the 'abnormallity' of soldeirs in conflict situations, recording their own personal memories of war. The programme seemed to suggest that in recent times, with the advent of the internet and digital photography, that modern soldeirs differ from their predecessors, and record personal history, (However graphic or indeed bad), for personal posterity. Whilst I thoroughly enjoyed the programme, It did make me think that the recording of conflict by soldiers has been going on for hundreds of years. The Bayeur tapestry springs to mind and that is in recent times. I remember a friend of mine, who in the early eighties, left a disco, in a place he should not of been, and when he started the car (PV, you know who you are), the car blew up. Thankfully, he, PV and his passengers only ended up with sore ears. Intelligence suggested that the individual, who placed the UVIED, later died whilst transporting a similar device, which blew up in his lap. PV, whenever he got pissed off or annoyed, took a picture out of his wallet, which showed the cowardly git, in a morgue. It (The picture), made PV smile when he was pissed off, doing so in the knowledge that he survived and that the other cnut didnt. So nothing is that new, it just that things that used to be private are now very public. PV my hat is still off to you.