Thalidomide: Life at 40
Forty years ago, thousands of babies were born without arms and legs - a man-made tragedy which was eventually traced to their mothers taking a drug to cure their morning sickness. This observational documentary celebrates the achievements of three Thalidomide-affected people forty years on. Using a mixture of specially shot actuality, intimate interviews and archive we chart the successes of a group whose futures were dismissed at their birth. (2002)

*Nominated for BAFTA Flaherty Award for Best Documentary*
*Nominated for the 2002 Broadcast Awards for Best Documentary*