It is June 1942 and Amsterdam is under Nazi occupation in this BBC dramatisation by Deborah Moggach of The Diary Of Anne Frank. Anne, a Jewish girl, is celebrating her 13th birthday with her family and friends. Among her birthday presents, she is given a diary in which she starts to write immediately. Days later, call-up papers arrive for her 16-year-old sister, Margot, prompting her parents, Otto and Edith, to hasten their plan to go into hiding from the Nazis. keeping with WWII atrocities; The Secret Diary of the Holocaust can be seen at 11.05pm on BBC1. It's the story of Polish girl Rutka Laskier, who was murdered at Auschwitz in 1943. She recorded her thoughts in a diary only made public decades later, which her half-sister uses to trace her steps. And, for something entirely different, switch to Channel 4 at 10.00pm for Surviving Gazza...