Part One: Donald Trump has appointed a new campaign manager. Is he about to introduce a more measured, muted Trump? Is such a thing possible? He might moderate his positions but the evidence suggests insults will continue to fly, says Simon Carswell. Part Two: Austria has moved one step closer to electing a far-right president after first round voters across the country picked Austrian Freedom Party's Norbert Hofer. But unlike when Jorg Haider's inclusion in Austria's government shocked her neighbours in 2000, no-one is very surprised - a sign of the times in Europe. Derek Scally is on the line from Berlin. Part Three: Patrick Smyth visited the observation platforms, secret tunnels and tourist shops of Korea's Demilitarized Zone last week. World View presents his report on conditions at the narrow strip of land separating North and South - and its unexpected Irish connection.