For years, sexual abuse has been primarily associated with the Roman Catholic Church. It is an area that reporter Max Peelo has investigated for over twenty years. However, in this revealing documentary, Peelo uncovers some challenging truths about Ireland’s sex offenders: most are not paedophiles, most are never caught or convicted, and almost 40% of them are children under 18. Moreover, most sexual abuse happens within families and is kept secret. This societal problem, while an undoubtedly difficult one, needs to be discussed. Among other tough questions, the programme asks are sexual offenders beyond redemption, and what can we do with sex offenders to ensure there are no more victims?