A profile of George Whitman, the eccentric deceased founder of cult bookstore Shakespeare and Company, and his daughter and successor, Sylvia.
In the 1960s, Walter Keane was celebrated for his sentimental portraits of wide-eyed children, which sold by the million. However an epic art fraud was actually being executed behind closed doors—his wife Margaret was the real artist in the family, working night and day to maintain his success.
What does the rise of food banks tell us about Britain today?
The story behind a murder case that gripped two countries and spurred a Canadian family to take action against domestic violence.