Ian Brady's crimes are some of the worst Britain has ever seen.
Along with his lover Myra Hindley, Brady murdered five Manchester children.
Four decades later, the sadistic killer is on hunger strike and wants to die himself.
Bringing together a team of psychologists, and featuring interviews with police officers who took part in the original investigation, this drama-documentary looks again at Brady's life, investigates his shocking crimes and asks whether this unrepentant killer should be allowed to starve himself to death.
Can people in a civilised society let a man guilty of repulsive crimes decide when he wants to die?
Cookies are very small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit some websites.