We at the Diary enjoy a conspiracy theory as much as the next column, and therefore are always on the lookout for television programmes with Jewish content programmed for times when Jews cannot watch.
The latest example is The Shooting of Thomas Hurndall - a drama based on the shooting of the British peace activist by the Israeli army in the Gaza Strip five years ago.
The film will be shown next Monday evening, when religious Jews will be observing Succot and therefore cannot watch television.
Coincidence? The truth is out there.