In 2006, award-winning ITN journalist Chris Rogers, armed with hidden cameras, smuggled himself in the State-run orphanages of Romania and discovered the heartbreaking truth - that the conditions that so shocked the world after the fall of Ceausescu had not, in many cases, improved. Children were still being abandoned: unloved, uncared for, and left to rot. In their poverty, some families were prepared to sell their children to wealthy Westerners. The resulting film on ITN sparked a global debate over the ban on international adoption from Romania, and led to further trips - including one to Turkey, to see the plight of children with special needs. Gathering support from aid workers, doctors, politicians and finally a Duchess and two princesses, Chris Rogers would uncover the truth about more than a million children held in inhumane conditions.