Investigative reports: Discussion about connections between WWI, WWII and the present-day secret financial rulers of the NATO zone, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) in Basel, Switzerland who helped fund the rise of Hitler's Nazi party in the 1930s. Death at 95 of Charles Chilton, the writer behind Richard Attenborough's 1969 film 'Oh! What A Lovely War' about the hypocrisy of World War One using some of the actual songs sung by soldiers in the trenches. Death this week of BBC's last honest Director General Alasdair Milne, sacked in 1987, whose son Seamus Milne is a Guardian columnist. How Alasdair Milne was sacked with the connivance of Labour's 'kingmaker' Lord Victor Rothschild and Conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher after broadcasting programmes such as 'Secret Society' about secret cabinet committees, 'My Country Right Or Wrong' about Northern Ireland and 'Maggie's Militant Tendency' about the Tory far right, all of which were critical of the Thatcher government. Granada TV's 'World In Action' investigative documentary series retrospective on ITV this week: [VIDEO] The World In Action Years. Frank documentaries transmitted on miscarriages of justice, military mutinies, Nazi war criminals at large and corruption at all levels of the British government. EXCLUSIVE: Was BBC presenter Jimmy Savile procuring Haut de la Garenne children's home boys in Jersey for former Prime Minister Ted Heath to sexually abuse on his boat 'Morning Cloud' and were these victims subsequently murdered? Assassinations of Princess Diana and former Labour Foreign Secretary Robin Cook with barrister Michael Shrimpton. Despicable failure of BBC Trust chairman & senior Tory Chris Patten to deal effectively with internal BBC censorship of the Jimmy Savile story.