English comedian and actor Peter Cook has been credited as "the father of modern satire" and was hugely influential in British comedy. Cook sadly died in 1995 and following his death, his widow, Chiew Lin Chong, refused all requests by the media for access to any of Cook's memorabilia. That changed this year when she invited Victor Lewis Smith and a television crew in for a chat. The result of which is this documentary which gives us unprecedented access to some of Peter's private recordings, diaries, letters, and photographs.