This one of the better repeats gracing the box tonight. In this installment, Michael Mosley traces the history of reconstructive and cosmetic surgery, revealing how it was practised more than 2,600 years ago in India. He then gets some Botox done for his troubles. Thought of as a modern phenomenon, it actually started over 400 years ago with a spate of botched nose jobs. Since then, surgeons have been entranced with the idea that not only could they fix the body, but could even fix our sense of self-esteem. He also investigates unusual treatments, including the use of hot wax, which had disastrous consequences for socialite Gladys Deacon, and examines the development of plastic surgery during the world wars. Meanwhile, surgeon Peter Butler talks about the reality of full face transplants.