Attacking the Devil

The film documentary ‘Attacking the Devil’ which tells the story of Sir Harold Evan’s career as an investigative journalist and features the 1972 Sunday Times campaign to secure fair compensation for Thalidomide survivors premiered in London on Wednesday 13 January, generating media coverage and debate:

ITV News - It's been 55 years since thalidomide was withdrawn from our shelves but that hasn't stopped the fight to expose those responsible. The drug caused ... 55 years since thalidomide drug withdrawn from UK shelves 

The Press, York@ THE Discover Tuesdays programme at City Screen, York, presents siblings Jacqui and David Morris's documentary Attacking The Devil: Harry Evans ...City Screen to show Jacqui and David Morris's Thalidomide documentary, Attacking The Devil 

Thalidomide scandal: Documentary exposes last Nazi war crime which left children deformed  - Hampstead and Highgate Express ;Tens of thousands of babies worldwide were born physically deformed, while thousands others died, as a result of Thalidomide – the drug marketed ...

Harold Evans: whistleblowers, papers – and why the truth-seekers are still vital

Attacking the Devil: Britain's greatest newspaper campaign 

Attacking the Devil: Harold Evans and the Last Nazi War Crime 

A documentary about newspaper editor Harold Evans's campaign for justice for thalidomide victims: Attacking the Devil: Harold Evans and the Last Nazi War Crime review - the great days of ...

The Guardian - Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams, Brian d'Arcy James in Spotlight, which is nominated for six Oscars

Read more: Spotlight isn't bad – but a film on the thalidomide scandal is the real must-see journalism drama