Just finished the audiobook of Colditz by Ben Macintyre, great insight into what went on there. Douglas Bader was a bit of an enigma, does lots of charitable work but comes across as a thoroughly unpleasant individual.
It's a book following the lives of game developers and what they have to deal with. The industry treat their staff quite badly and it shows in this book. So many people work very hard on a game only to be given the boot days later due to sales not meeting expectations of publishers - who's expectations are usually absurd to begin with. It's a really interesting read and tough at times as you see some good people hurt. The industry really does need to press reset to it's culture.