The second of two programmes about German propaganda broadcasts to Britain during the Second World War.
Who was the first Lord Haw-Haw? Was it the traitor Norman Baillie-Stewart or an anglophile German who read P.G. Wodehouse and rounded off his broadcasts with the expression 'hearty cheerios'?
Denys Blakeway follows the Haw-Haw signal back to Broadcasting House, Berlin and talks to survivors from the incongruous band of traitors and Nazi sympathisers whose blend of lies and half-truths mesmerised British listeners in the early years of the war.
Producer Nigel Acheson.
Contributors Presenter: Denys Blakeway