Himalaya: Listen. Learn. Grow.
Friday Late is a weekly interview program from the people who bring you PM. Daily current affairs doesn't always have time to let guests stretch out and expand on their knowledge - Friday Late will fill that gap. Each week, Mark Colvin will be talking to three or four newsmakers, analysts and thinkers about the events that shape our time. On the program tonight, William Shawcross is the son of the top British prosecutor at the Nuremberg War Crime trials. He discusses what he learnt from his father about international justice and how he regards the Guantanamo Bay Al-Qaeda trials. Also Eveline Chao gives us some insight into censorship in China. She reveals how it works openly at newspapers and magazines, and more surreptitiously on the internet. And Good Italy, Bad Italy - Bill Emmott reflects on Prime Minister Mario Monti's year at the head of a so-called 'technocratic' government.