Interviewed an auschwitz survivor today. Very interesting chap, not exactly stories that you'd want to pass around, but I have immeasurable respect for somebody who can survive for 18 months in such a hellhole, and still raise a smile for the camera. He still had his tattoo - to him it was something to be proud of, to show people proof that the holocaust actually happened. He was rescued at the end of the war (very last day) by the Soviet army. On Wednesday, on a completely different programme, I'm in London with Harry Hill, a 90-odd year old cyclist who is getting some award from Bucks Palace to do with the olympic centenary. He shook hands with Hitler in the 1936 olympics! What an odd coincidence. I'm really looking forward to what he has to say about Hitler.