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What really happened to baby Peter Connelly? Monday, 27 October will see BBC One broadcast a documentary on 'Baby P: The Untold Story'.

The programme, which starts at 8.30pm, features exclusive interviews with those who were connected to the case of Baby P in an attempt to uncover the events that took place behind the scenes.

Sharon Shoesmith, the former Director of Children's Services at Haringey Council, Ed Balls, who was the Children's Secretary at the time and Kim Holt, consultant paediatrician at St Ann's, the clinic run by Great Ormond Street Hospital, are amongst those who speak openly about where all of the agencies failed in protecting baby Peter.

It's a story we are all familiar with, but whose story have we been told? We'll be watching next Monday - if you're tuned in, tweet us @SanctuarySW.

For more information on 'Baby P: The Untold Story', visit

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