The BBC documentary series "Panorama" airs unseen footage from the 1989 Hillsborough disaster that casts doubt on medical evidence given at the inquest.
The Indian government censors the documentary "India's Daughter" depicting a December 2012 gang rape and murder due to perceived incitement to violence that the outrage about the film might cause. Nevertheless, the BBC telecasts the film.
BBC says that an edition of "Panorama" filmed secretly on a university study trip to North Korea will be broadcast, despite claims by the London School of Economics that students may have been put in danger.
Professor Craig Calhoun, Director of the London School of Economics, calls on the BBC to pull a scheduled edition of its "Panorama" documentary strand, "North Korea Undercover" in which three journalists travelled undercover to the country with a group of students. Calhoun argues that the group was placed at risk by the BBC's actions.
Government documents reveal then-Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Margaret Thatcher was told a senior Merseyside police officer blamed "drunken Liverpool fans" for causing the Hillsborough disaster. Police have since been found to blame.