Dr Neil Brodie, Research Director at the Illicit Antiquities Centre at Cambridge University, seeks to find out the truth as to what really happened in the Iraq museum during the so called 96 hours window of opportunity when the museum was looted in April 2003.
He also attempts to find out what antiquities have been recovered and what has happened to those still missing.
Midnight Friday was the deadline for agreement between the political parties in Northern Ireland.
Failure will result in the Stormont Assembly closing and the Assembly Members being made redundant.
Arwel Ellis Owen travels to Belfast to interview Peter Hain, and from New York, Sir Emyr Jones Parry, the UK Ambassador at the United Nations talks about his experiences as a career diplomat at the organization that has bankrolled much of the Anglo Irish negotiations.