This new documentary presented by Lorraine Kelly marks the 25th anniversary of the Dunblane Primary School tragedy.
Lorraine, who reported on the events for GMTV nearly a quarter of a century ago, forging enduring bonds with people in Dunblane, revisits the town to talk to survivors and families of the victims in a film highlighting the spirit and resilience of their community.
She meets people who were never cowed by the tragedy, which is Britain’s biggest shooting, but rather were compelled to push to change laws on gun ownership, to make sure it never happens again.
The presenter also investigates how the residents of Dunblane have helped families of victims in American school shootings, such as Sandy Hook, providing support and inspiration in their quest to change US gun laws.
The documentary will air in 2021.