The ups and downs of Disney’s trials and tribulations are played out again tonight, when the UK’s BBC ONE repeats a 60-minute documentary (originally produced for Three) on the company’s recent woes. The series Outrageous Fortunes “goes in search of the real stories behind the success of the biggest brands in the world and the families that control them”. Disney is up first, with such names as Nintendo and Wal-Mart also in the upcoming running order. In Roy Disney’s only interview for British television since being forced out of the company, he tells host Simon Reeve that “I told them at the time they might be sorry they did that, and I intend to make them sorry they did it”. The show goes out at 12.10am tonight.