Friday, 13 January 2012

Did Gaddafi kill my daughter?

[This is the title of a programme to be broadcast in the UK on ITV 1 on Thursday 19 January at 7.30pm. The description on the ITV TV Guide website reads as follows:]

75-year-old Jim Swire, who lost his daughter in the Lockerbie bombing, travels to war-torn Libya to investigate whether Colonel Gaddafi was behind the atrocity. He meets the only man convicted of the attack, Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, and confronts the new administration in his search for answers.

[It is indicated that there will be at least three repeats.]


  1. Should anyone be aware of how it would be possible to watch this over the net, I'd be grateful for this info.

    All these years since Flora died, all this work, to try to move a system, whose finest job it is to protect those who made a mockery of justice.

  2. Web users in the UK should be able to view "Tonight" starting 30-120 minutes after, and ending 30 days after, broadcast:

    In the event of problems, this page may help:

  3. Daer Matt,
    thanks a lot for the tip.

    Unfortunately a nasty grey box on a black background comes up: "This video only available to be viewed within the United Kingdom..."

    Well, maybe it will end on YouTube.