TV Guide

Sat 22nd July

Morning

When Ghosts Attack

Kat Driver always knew her childhood home felt a little eerie. But when she moves back to help her dad restore the house, she is terrorised by the same nightmare each night. She soon learns that it is not a dream and that her life is in real danger. Then, Cam Sammartano and Lindsay Monaco share a love of scary movies and all things haunted. One night, they decide to check out the local pet cemetery for fun. Fun soon turns to terror as the teens come face to face with an unearthly beast determined to kill them. After Eastern State Penitentiary was closed in 1970, it became the home to Philadelphia's scariest haunted house. When Katie Gammage is hired to work at the haunted house, she experiences a violent encounter that leaves her fearing for her life.

Sat 22nd July

60 Days In

The participants are entering their final days at the Fulton County Jail, and Nate, who's obtained valuable information, is presented with a unique opportunity to extend his stay another 60 days. Over in I-Pod, a DART team raid could uncover contraband on Michelle or in her cell. Will she have the courage to tell Colonel Adger about her illegal prescription drug use during her debrief once she gets out? Meanwhile, Mauri gets in the middle of a fight between two inmates. On the men's side, Don is reeling from his move to the much younger 500, where its leader, Too Tall, is put into segregation. His absence leaves Matt and Nate dealing with a new power vacuum in the pod. Also in 500, a new inmate who doesn't know the ropes has Nate and Matt concerned for his safety. In 600, Calvin believes he has made quite an impression on the inmates, even calling himself a 'boss'. Jon reflects on his time inside, specifically his relationship with Dashaun. Miraculously, Jon and Dashaun are released on the same day and the goodbye is harder than Jon anticipated. Meanwhile, when it's time for Nate to get released, the big question is - will Nate go home to his fiancee Kayleen or stay at the Fulton County Jail for another 60 days?

Sat 22nd July

Forensic Files

A woman is murdered on a jogging trail in the middle of the day. The leads from mobile phone records and search dogs go nowhere. Nine days later, a witness tells police about a chance encounter and cigarette butts which may contain the killer's DNA.

Sat 22nd July

Cops

An electroshock weapon fails to take down a subject. Patrol cars descend on a couple getting undressed in a pickup truck. Officers arrest a very polite suspect.

Sat 22nd July

World's Wildest Police Videos

This is the fast paced reality show featuring caught-on-tape criminals and the officers who take them down. Hosted by Sheriff John Bunnell, this program gathers footage of law enforcement personnel from across the country and around the world as they face the most dangerous pursuits, the most frightening shootouts, and the most extreme lawbreakers to ever challenge police, and put them in their place to keep our streets safe.

Sat 22nd July

Southern Justice

The Sullivan County and Ashe County Sheriffs' Offices bring us true stories from these two counties in the Blue Grass Mountains of Appalachia. Ride-along with deputies and real-time crime investigators and uncover the personal drama inside jails and courtrooms. Most Sullivan and Ashe Sheriff employees grew up in the area. So both counties are "big small towns" where everybody knows everybody. With most patrol cars carrying only one deputy, "back-up" can often be thirty minutes away. So it's not unusual for long-standing relationships to pay off when a neighbour needs to provide unexpected help to a single deputy. These are dramatic true stories of Sullivan County and Ashe County brings an unprecedented look at Appalachia, where guns, drugs and alcohol challenge lawmen 24/7. "Bath salts" are a relatively new illegal "designer drug" becoming popular in certain areas of Appalachia. Nicknamed after crystals appearing similar to those used for bathing, the drugs have an effect on users like that of amphetamines and cocaine, often giving them the illusion of super-human strength, making arrests by law enforcement officials unpredictable and dangerous. In this episode of "Southern Justice", Sullivan County, Tennessee sheriff deputies and detectives try to track down a man who allegedly assaulted his girlfriend and father under the influence of the drugs. The manhunt leads them on wild-goose chases and down several blind alleys before locating the man and taking him into custody. In Ashe County, North Carolina, "bath salts" have not yet made much impact, but alcohol continues to be a major factor in many crimes. Deputies rescue a woman after allegedly being beaten by her alcoholic boyfriend, despite his denial of any wrongdoing with blood evident on his own face and hands. Ultimately, it's up to the victim to decide whether to appear in court and seal her boyfriend's legal fate. She decides "enough is enough" and agrees to cooperate with prosecutors.

Sat 22nd July

Cops

A groundbreaking reality series featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day.

Sat 22nd July

Forensic Investigators

The body of 22-year-old Tasmanian Amanda Carter was found alongside the Derwent River. It took 13 years and a revolution in forensic science to finally bring her killer to account. Witness the tireless work of detectives and the scientific procedures that helped solve this tragic murder. Hosted by Lisa McCune.

Sat 22nd July

Cops

An electroshock weapon fails to take down a subject. Patrol cars descend on a couple getting undressed in a pickup truck. Officers arrest a very polite suspect.

Sat 22nd July

24 To Life

As the main support to her single mother and special needs brother, 20-year-old Kayla has compromised her family's survival by being sentenced to prison. In her last 24 hours, she needs to find a way to secure their lives without her and seek forgiveness for her failures. Meanwhile, Reggie is former professional football player whose fame and fortune took a dark turn. Once a celebrated local figure with an inspirational story, his crime destroyed his reputation and the trust of all those who looked up to him. Now, in his last 24 hours, Reggie is faced with humiliation when confronted by those who idolised him most.

Sat 22nd July

Louisiana Lockdown

Every day, 5300 inmates at Angola struggle with being far from their families. For many, the rodeo is an opportunity to reconnect with loved ones and be around free people. As the second rodeo of the season approaches, Tiger, a prisoner incarcerated for second-degree murder, prepares to reunite with the son he hasn't seen in a decade. Meanwhile, asst. warden Cathy Fontenot finds it difficult to balance her high intensity job with the demands of being a divorced mother of three. And when narcotics infiltrate the prison, the K9 unit and investigations teams go on high alert.

Sat 22nd July

The Iceman: Conversations with a Killer

Richard Kuklinski, a.k.a. The Iceman, is a former hit man who's admitted to killing over 200 people. Through exclusive footage of Kuklinski taped inside Trenton State Prison (where he was serving two consecutive life sentences for multiple homicide), plus conversations with Kuklinski's wife and the law enforcement officials who hunted him down, this documentary provides an unsettling profile of one of the most dangerous killers in American history: a remorseless, meticulous predator whose only regret in a 30-year career as a hit man was hurting his family.

Sat 22nd July

Britain's Darkest Taboos

This is the shocking, true-life crime series that tells the story of some of the most sickening acts of familial crime imaginable. No subject is off limits, from incest and prostitution to rape and murder. This show is every family's worst nightmares, relived and retold firsthand by the family and friends at the heart of events, as well as police officers involved in the case. Each episode reveals the timeline of events with accurate reconstructions, home footage, family photos, archive news and exclusive access to previously unseen police footage. With expert analysis from forensic psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and psychologist Emma Kenny, we show how the acts of one individual can send shockwaves through the lives of those closest to them. Dubbed "Britain's first white honour killing", the murder of 17-year-old single mum, Laura Wilson, is a story of love, deception and resentment. In October 2010, the Rotherham based young mother was entangled in a fatal love triangle which led to her being brutally stabbed to death by ex-boyfriend, Ashtiaq Ashgar. After a brief fling with neighbour Ishaq 'Zac' Hussein, 22, Laura fell pregnant with their daughter, but Hussein refused to accept responsibility for the child. Stung by his rejection, Laura confessed to both the men's families. Believing she had brought shame and dishonour to both their families, Ashgar lured Laura to a local canal before attacking her in a frenzied knife attack and throwing her into the water. The episode explores how Laura's honesty, coming forward and revealing the truth, led to a plot for her murder, while also explaining the devastating effects the horrific murder had on Laura's mum and sisters.

Sat 22nd July

Cold Justice

Kyle Smith, 67, was a sweet, humble man who led a quiet life in the small town of Bridgeport, West Virginia. He was the type of person who wouldn't think twice about helping someone in need and often sent friends and neighbours cards on their birthdays. Every day, he devoted time to record his daily activities in a handwritten journal, then headed out to work a late-night paper route around the neighbourhood. On the afternoon of July 12, 2006, his cousin stopped by his house for a friendly visit but was met with the horrific sight of Kyle's lifeless body sitting on the living room couch, covered in blood. When officers arrived to the scene, they found a rock that had been split open lying next to Kyle's body and a pair of pruning shears wrapped in a sheet, tucked behind the couch. They determined that Kyle had been writing in his journal when he was interrupted and tragically killed. He had sustained at least 20 savage blows to the head along with being stabbed in the stomach. With no signs of anything missing and no forced entry into the house, investigators were at a loss. Lt. Gary Weaver of the Bridgeport Police Department is determined to find Kyle's killer, and hopes that with Kelly's and Yolanda's help he will finally be able to bring his family some answers.

Sat 22nd July

Noon

24 To Life

As the main support to her single mother and special needs brother, 20-year-old Kayla has compromised her family's survival by being sentenced to prison. In her last 24 hours, she needs to find a way to secure their lives without her and seek forgiveness for her failures. Meanwhile, Reggie is former professional football player whose fame and fortune took a dark turn. Once a celebrated local figure with an inspirational story, his crime destroyed his reputation and the trust of all those who looked up to him. Now, in his last 24 hours, Reggie is faced with humiliation when confronted by those who idolised him most.

Sat 22nd July

Unusual Suspects

1984: Terrifying screams pierce the Florida night. A day later, a woman's body is found, stabbed to death. Detective Larry Tosi faces a host of suspects, but when the killer is caught, no-one will be more shocked than Tosi himself.

Sat 22nd July

Unusual Suspects

Soon after Mardi Gras in Mobile, Alabama, an 18-year-old freshman is found shot to death in the woods behind campus. Detectives take a hard look at several suspects, but 30 years go by before a stunning confession cracks the case.

Sat 22nd July

Unusual Suspects

When San Diego Police Officer Kirk Johnson is found shot to death in his service vehicle, evidence points to a fellow law enforcement officer. Detectives reluctantly begin to investigate their own when an astonishing tip leads to an unlikely killer.

Sat 22nd July

Cops

When our cops respond to a late-night hit-and-run, they have no idea that the wild man behind the wheel is old enough to be their grandfather.

Sat 22nd July

Court Justice: Sydney

People from all walks of life end up in Australia's busiest local court. A drug addict, two disrespectful twentysomethings and a priest who has been charged during a protest appear before the magistrates. Before the law all are treated equally.

Sat 22nd July

60 Days In

The participants are entering their final days at the Fulton County Jail, and Nate, who's obtained valuable information, is presented with a unique opportunity to extend his stay another 60 days. Over in I-Pod, a DART team raid could uncover contraband on Michelle or in her cell. Will she have the courage to tell Colonel Adger about her illegal prescription drug use during her debrief once she gets out? Meanwhile, Mauri gets in the middle of a fight between two inmates. On the men's side, Don is reeling from his move to the much younger 500, where its leader, Too Tall, is put into segregation. His absence leaves Matt and Nate dealing with a new power vacuum in the pod. Also in 500, a new inmate who doesn't know the ropes has Nate and Matt concerned for his safety. In 600, Calvin believes he has made quite an impression on the inmates, even calling himself a 'boss'. Jon reflects on his time inside, specifically his relationship with Dashaun. Miraculously, Jon and Dashaun are released on the same day and the goodbye is harder than Jon anticipated. Meanwhile, when it's time for Nate to get released, the big question is - will Nate go home to his fiancee Kayleen or stay at the Fulton County Jail for another 60 days?

Sat 22nd July

Evening

Deadly Women

Teenage years can be filled with difficulties, it's a time of oscillating peer pressure and individual strength. While some teens stay close to home, falling under the domination of evil parents, others stray from the fold to enter a different dark and dangerous world. Gifted with youth and burdened by demons, these deadly women look too young to do harm. But when their teenage trauma erupts, they become lethal teens.

Sat 22nd July

My Crazy Ex

When a guy breaks up with a girl who's father appears to be connected to the mob, he experiences the terror that comes with crossing the wrong family. When a woman gets romantically involved with the handyman who's renovating her guesthouse, she soon becomes suspicious that he's using her property for illegal activity. A gorgeous groupie with mysterious motives threatens to disband a band.

Sat 22nd July

Fatal Vows

While mourning the death of his wife, Julian Lewis falls hard for his much younger co-worker, Teresa Wilson. Teresa's spunk is, for a time, a welcome antidote to Julian's sorrows. But his children's disapproval and a sordid affair turn the once-happy home into a powder keg about to blow.

Sat 22nd July

Cannibal Killer

In April 1998 Julie Paterson from Darlington in North East England disappeared. Three weeks later the police, following evidence collected from witnesses, stormed David Harkers house. Harker, 24, had eaten parts of Julies body. Cannibal Killer tells this story through the eyes of Julies fiancee and bereaved family and friends and will help to unfold aspects of one of the most atrocious cannibal crimes of the 20th Century.

Sat 22nd July

Drug Runners: The Peruvian Connection

With unprecedented access to both smugglers and law enforcement agencies, this is a unique insight into the global war on drugs. Peru has recently overtaken Colombia to become the biggest cocaine producer and smuggler in the world. Every day, huge quantities of the drug are carried across international borders. The arrest of two British girls in early 2014 put the issue of female drugs mules firmly in the spotlight. This documentary interviews a 'catcher', a man who grooms girls to become mules, a 'packer', who is filmed preparing a case with kilos of cocaine, and former mules, who describe the experience of being groomed and smuggling. On the other side, we follow Inspector Cano, of the elite Scorpion anti-drug unit, as he seizes a cocaine-filled yacht bound for Southampton, and tracks down a Jamaican organisation, only to be thwarted by corrupt officials who warn off the smugglers.

Sat 22nd July

Crimes Of The Century

On the morning of April 19, 1995, the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City was torn apart by a powerful truck bomb. The blast killed 168 people, including 19 children under the age of 6, and injured more than 680. Until September 11, 2001, it was the most destructive act of terrorism on American soil. Investigators at first suspected Middle Eastern terrorists (this was only two years after the first World Trade Center truck bombing by Al-Qaeda operatives). Within days, however, two Americans were arrested, Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols. Both were associated with American militia movement extremists. In 1997, McVeigh was sentenced to death and Nichols was sentenced to life in prison. McVeigh was executed by lethal injection on June 11, 2001. But questions still linger about McVeigh. What caused a decorated war hero to turn against his own government? How did he and Nichols engineer their plot and put it into action? And were McVeigh and Nichols working alone, or were they part of a much larger conspiracy?

Sun 23rd July

Morning

The Haunting Of

Reality star and host Audrina Patridge returns to an historic pub in Chicago where she was accosted by an angry spirit. Their journey takes an unexpected turn as psychic medium Kim Russo uncovers more of Audrina's story.

Sun 23rd July

My Dirty Little Secret

With a good job at a cafe in her hometown, and a new man in her life, prodigal single mum Jessica Killian hopes it won't be long before she's reunited with the daughter she lost to a breakup. But an ordinary workday sets the stage for an extraordinary mystery when Jessica and $11,000 both inexplicably vanish from the cafe. A short time later a woman's body is found flanked by suitcases and littered with cash. The coroner confirms that it's Jessica. Jessica's bereaved friends and family tell detectives that the young mother had no enemies. Yet police records confirm that Jessica had a secret history of drug convictions. And what of the new man in Jessica's life? None of Jessica's nearest and dearest have actually met Steve. All anyone knows is that Jessica was head over heels for him, and that he may be a cop. With each step investigators take closer to the truth, the possibility that one of their own may be responsible for robbery and murder becomes harder to ignore. But before they can pin a face, a name, a motive, or possibly even a badge on Jessica's murderer, police will need to dive headlong into an online sexual underworld where everything goes, and play a deadly game of cat and mouse with an elusive contract killer.

Sun 23rd July

Elder Skelter

This program unravels the shocking and bizarre stories of senior citizens who committed cold, calculating murders and other heinous crimes. Even more surprising, these people spent their lives as model citizens, loving family members, and contributors to society. Until, in their final years, or even months, they cracked. Now they're spending the rest of their retirement someplace they never planned for: prison.

Sun 23rd July

My Crazy Ex

When a guy breaks up with a girl who's father appears to be connected to the mob, he experiences the terror that comes with crossing the wrong family. When a woman gets romantically involved with the handyman who's renovating her guesthouse, she soon becomes suspicious that he's using her property for illegal activity. A gorgeous groupie with mysterious motives threatens to disband a band.

Sun 23rd July

Fatal Vows

While mourning the death of his wife, Julian Lewis falls hard for his much younger co-worker, Teresa Wilson. Teresa's spunk is, for a time, a welcome antidote to Julian's sorrows. But his children's disapproval and a sordid affair turn the once-happy home into a powder keg about to blow.

Sun 23rd July

Deadly Women

Teenage years can be filled with difficulties, it's a time of oscillating peer pressure and individual strength. While some teens stay close to home, falling under the domination of evil parents, others stray from the fold to enter a different dark and dangerous world. Gifted with youth and burdened by demons, these deadly women look too young to do harm. But when their teenage trauma erupts, they become lethal teens.

Sun 23rd July

Suburban Secrets

Local resident Patricia Kimble dies in a suspicious house fire. Even more shocking, further examination by police uncovers that Kimble had suffered a fatal gunshot wound and the fire was set as a cover up. But who would want this popular young woman and loving wife dead? What are the secrets smouldering beneath the surface of this quiet town?

Sun 23rd July

Body of Evidence

A young couple is found dead in their home in the Florida Keys. Due to the location of the crime and the fact that the couple had just purchased a small plane - the type of which is often used on drug runs - local investigators are convinced that this is a drug execution. But Dayle Hinman, FDLE Profiler is convinced otherwise.

Sun 23rd July

Crime Stories

In every field office of the FBI, there exists an astonishing group of low-profile, high-energy crime fighters who know more about criminal behavior than criminals know about themselves. They are the newest, most effective weapon in the nation's crime-fighting arsenal. They are specialists who solve crimes from mischief to murder. All of their cases were once deemed either impossible to solve, or could take years to build. They are the FBI's elite Evidence Response Teams (ERT's).

Sun 23rd July

Crime Stories

January 27, 1973, Dawn Magyar was shopping for her family near her home in Owosso, Michigan, when she disappeared. The mystery shocked the community. Three months later, Dawn's body was found - she had been murdered. But detectives were left with few clues. Nonetheless, they kept at the investigation, pursuing leads that didn't pan out. The case went cold, but detectives and the community kept it close to their hearts, hoping to one day solve the case. Years later, with the advance of DNA technology, Dawn's case was reopened. Although detectives could now develop a genetic profile of her killer, this only served to eliminate the remaining suspects. Detectives refused to give up, and with the help of national computer databases, traced the murder weapon from the factory to the original owner, who had bought it 30 years earlier. This man would hold the key to the mystery, and almost 30 years later, detectives would finally be able to bring Dawn's killer to justice.

Sun 23rd July

Crimes Of The Century

On the morning of April 19, 1995, the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City was torn apart by a powerful truck bomb. The blast killed 168 people, including 19 children under the age of 6, and injured more than 680. Until September 11, 2001, it was the most destructive act of terrorism on American soil. Investigators at first suspected Middle Eastern terrorists (this was only two years after the first World Trade Center truck bombing by Al-Qaeda operatives). Within days, however, two Americans were arrested, Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols. Both were associated with American militia movement extremists. In 1997, McVeigh was sentenced to death and Nichols was sentenced to life in prison. McVeigh was executed by lethal injection on June 11, 2001. But questions still linger about McVeigh. What caused a decorated war hero to turn against his own government? How did he and Nichols engineer their plot and put it into action? And were McVeigh and Nichols working alone, or were they part of a much larger conspiracy?

Sun 23rd July

Cold Blood

A pillar of the tight-knit Haitian community in Spring Valley, New York, Rene Charles arrives home after a long day at work and is gunned down in his driveway. His body is discovered in a pool of blood the next morning. His wallet is missing and his car keys are still in his hand. The scene may look like a botched robbery attempt but the close proximity of the shooter suggests a calculated hit. With rumours of gambling debts, real estate rip-offs and an extra-marital affair, investigators follow up on every lead no matter how questionable. The suspects include the victim's terminally ill wealthy second wife, his alleged mistress and her gun-toting ex-husband. But with no solid leads it will take nearly two decades before the culprit is finally behind bars.

Sun 23rd July

Cannibal Killer

In April 1998 Julie Paterson from Darlington in North East England disappeared. Three weeks later the police, following evidence collected from witnesses, stormed David Harkers house. Harker, 24, had eaten parts of Julies body. Cannibal Killer tells this story through the eyes of Julies fiancee and bereaved family and friends and will help to unfold aspects of one of the most atrocious cannibal crimes of the 20th Century.

Sun 23rd July

Noon

Drug Runners: The Peruvian Connection

With unprecedented access to both smugglers and law enforcement agencies, this is a unique insight into the global war on drugs. Peru has recently overtaken Colombia to become the biggest cocaine producer and smuggler in the world. Every day, huge quantities of the drug are carried across international borders. The arrest of two British girls in early 2014 put the issue of female drugs mules firmly in the spotlight. This documentary interviews a 'catcher', a man who grooms girls to become mules, a 'packer', who is filmed preparing a case with kilos of cocaine, and former mules, who describe the experience of being groomed and smuggling. On the other side, we follow Inspector Cano, of the elite Scorpion anti-drug unit, as he seizes a cocaine-filled yacht bound for Southampton, and tracks down a Jamaican organisation, only to be thwarted by corrupt officials who warn off the smugglers.

Sun 23rd July

My Crazy Ex

When a guy breaks up with a girl who's father appears to be connected to the mob, he experiences the terror that comes with crossing the wrong family. When a woman gets romantically involved with the handyman who's renovating her guesthouse, she soon becomes suspicious that he's using her property for illegal activity. A gorgeous groupie with mysterious motives threatens to disband a band.

Sun 23rd July

Fatal Vows

While mourning the death of his wife, Julian Lewis falls hard for his much younger co-worker, Teresa Wilson. Teresa's spunk is, for a time, a welcome antidote to Julian's sorrows. But his children's disapproval and a sordid affair turn the once-happy home into a powder keg about to blow.

Sun 23rd July

Cold Case Files

Shortly after she became a widow, Anna Mae Florence's loving family moved her from Alabama to Columbus, so their vibrant and funny aunt and sister could be closer to her brothers, sisters, and their children in her later years of life. Anna Mae's family installed her in an apartment complex with other seniors, where they felt she would be safe and happy, but their good intentions turned to tragedy when she was brutally attacked in her home. When her brother and sister show up to take her out for a day of shopping they hear her screaming inside. They kick open the door and a younger woman, covered in blood runs past them and quickly out of sight. Anna Mae lay on the floor inside, struggling, and later she dies at the hospital. Detectives are sure they'll find the killer when a witness comes forward with details of the crime that implicate a local woman involved in drugs. But when the witness suddenly disappears, the case goes cold.

Sun 23rd July

The First 48

In Dallas, detectives Scott Sayers and Ken Penrod are investigating a home invasion that left a young man dead. Is their suspect just a young suburban mum, or a criminal mastermind? In Cincinnati, a brutal stabbing ends the life of a hard-working grandfather. After interviewing a series of family members, Det Jenny Luke finds out that her suspect may be closer than she initially thought.

Sun 23rd July

CCTV: Caught on Camera

Brits are caught on camera as often as 300 times a day, more than any other country in the world. Meet the real life 'big brother', the people watching them 24 hours a day. On the streets, at work and at play, the police, councils and other citizens constantly monitor their behaviour. They identify threats to society and are always there should they need help. Is this loss of privacy a reasonable price to pay for peace of mind? This insightful series explores our growing reliance on CCTV and considers whether it is a worthy replacement for policemen on the beat or good old-fashioned community spirit.

Sun 23rd July

Evening

The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door

A Norwich resident sick of his neighbour's constant loud music hatches an outrageous plan to get rid of her, while neighbours enjoying their new swimming pool sends one woman over the edge. Violent outbursts and arson attacks leave one couple living in fear.

Sun 23rd July

Court Justice: Sydney

Sending a defendant to jail is never an easy decision for magistrates in Australia's busiest local court. Three defendants are now before them on serious charges, including a king hit and a robbery. The magistrates' judgements could change lives forever.

Sun 23rd July

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Livingston, Louisiana, Couty Alexander reports that someone has shot and killed his pregnant wife Christa, 24. He gives investigators the name of a suspect who bought one of his guns. But it's all a lie, and investigators discover Couty, an EMT, has been lusting after a co-worker. In Kidderminster, England, it looks initially like Louise Evans, 32, has had a tragic accident and fallen downstairs to her death. But detectives discover her husband Alan, 22, a welder, has been making sparks fly with a teaching assistant.

Sun 23rd July

Serial Killer Sunday

This is the true crime story on Colin Ireland, whose ambition to become a serial killer led him to kill five gay men. In early 1993, Ireland made a New Year's resolution to become a serial killer. He was fascinated by serial killers and had spent many hours meticulously studying them. He was aware of Geographic Profiling that helps investigators locate the killer, who usually commits the crimes in a certain radius (about seven miles) from where they live. For this reason, Ireland chose London as his murder.

Sun 23rd July

Death Row Stories

In July 1986, a house fire in the small town of Paris, Illinois took the lives of newlyweds Dyke and Karen Rhoads. But after the flames were put out, investigators discovered the pair had been stabbed to death before arson consumed their home. The town drunk and a local nursing aide soon fingered two men as the killers, among them, Randy Steidl. Even Steidl's brother, an Illinois cop, thought he was guilty, and Randy received the death penalty. But when Michael Callahan, a promising young cop with the Illinois State Police, started looking at the case, he encountered lies, corruption and evidence of guilt pointing to just about everyone in Illinois except Randy Steidl. Even after Callahan's bosses tried to silence him, he pursued the case - costing him his job, but eventually helping free Randy Steidl from death row.

Sun 23rd July

Court Justice: Sydney

Sending a defendant to jail is never an easy decision for magistrates in Australia's busiest local court. Three defendants are now before them on serious charges, including a king hit and a robbery. The magistrates' judgements could change lives forever.

Sun 23rd July

Court Justice: Sydney

Sydney's top magistrates dole out punishment for a spate of alcohol-fuelled crimes. Two British backpackers have violently attacked a cafe owner, an attractive mortgage broker has driven over-the-limit for the third time, while a drunk day at the races ends up in a man urinating on a poker machine.

Sun 23rd July

The First 48

In Dallas, detectives Scott Sayers and Ken Penrod are investigating a home invasion that left a young man dead. Is their suspect just a young suburban mum, or a criminal mastermind? In Cincinnati, a brutal stabbing ends the life of a hard-working grandfather. After interviewing a series of family members, Det Jenny Luke finds out that her suspect may be closer than she initially thought.

Mon 24th July

Morning

Court Justice: Sydney

Sending a defendant to jail is never an easy decision for magistrates in Australia's busiest local court. Three defendants are now before them on serious charges, including a king hit and a robbery. The magistrates' judgements could change lives forever.

Mon 24th July

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Livingston, Louisiana, Couty Alexander reports that someone has shot and killed his pregnant wife Christa, 24. He gives investigators the name of a suspect who bought one of his guns. But it's all a lie, and investigators discover Couty, an EMT, has been lusting after a co-worker. In Kidderminster, England, it looks initially like Louise Evans, 32, has had a tragic accident and fallen downstairs to her death. But detectives discover her husband Alan, 22, a welder, has been making sparks fly with a teaching assistant.

Mon 24th July

Killer Instinct

The small town of Mount Vernon, Ohio is not immune to crime, but nothing like this had ever happened there before. On November 10th, 2010 police make a welfare call on Tina Herman and her two young children, Sarah and Kody. What they find is a crime scene that they say looks like a slaughterhouse. However there's no sign of Tina or her children, and Tina's best friend Stephanie, who she was supposed to have seen that same day, is also missing. Police initially think Sarah's estranged boyfriend may be involved, but after ruling him out as a suspect, find themselves back at square one. That is until they find a box of trash bags in the garage, purchased at a local Wal-Mart. This leads authorities to store surveillance tape of the man who bought the trash bags, and soon they have a suspect, a local tree trimmer named Matthew Hoffman. Hoffman is tracked down, and when police burst into his house, which is filled with leaves, they find Sarah alive, held against her will in Hoffman's basement. Once Hoffman is in custody, Sarah helps authorities put the pieces together of the horrifying puzzle. Detectives realise Hoffman killed Tina, Kody and Stephanie, perhaps to get to Sarah, and eventually find three severed bodies in garbage bags stuffed inside a hollow tree. Hoffman pleads guilty, and as a town still grieves a tragic loss, Sarah does her best to move on, sitting down with Chris Hansen in an emotional interview.

Mon 24th July

The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door

A Norwich resident sick of his neighbour's constant loud music hatches an outrageous plan to get rid of her, while neighbours enjoying their new swimming pool sends one woman over the edge. Violent outbursts and arson attacks leave one couple living in fear.

Mon 24th July

Serial Killer Sunday

This is the true crime story on Colin Ireland, whose ambition to become a serial killer led him to kill five gay men. In early 1993, Ireland made a New Year's resolution to become a serial killer. He was fascinated by serial killers and had spent many hours meticulously studying them. He was aware of Geographic Profiling that helps investigators locate the killer, who usually commits the crimes in a certain radius (about seven miles) from where they live. For this reason, Ireland chose London as his murder.

Mon 24th July

Death Row Stories

In July 1986, a house fire in the small town of Paris, Illinois took the lives of newlyweds Dyke and Karen Rhoads. But after the flames were put out, investigators discovered the pair had been stabbed to death before arson consumed their home. The town drunk and a local nursing aide soon fingered two men as the killers, among them, Randy Steidl. Even Steidl's brother, an Illinois cop, thought he was guilty, and Randy received the death penalty. But when Michael Callahan, a promising young cop with the Illinois State Police, started looking at the case, he encountered lies, corruption and evidence of guilt pointing to just about everyone in Illinois except Randy Steidl. Even after Callahan's bosses tried to silence him, he pursued the case - costing him his job, but eventually helping free Randy Steidl from death row.

Mon 24th July

Cold Blood

A pillar of the tight-knit Haitian community in Spring Valley, New York, Rene Charles arrives home after a long day at work and is gunned down in his driveway. His body is discovered in a pool of blood the next morning. His wallet is missing and his car keys are still in his hand. The scene may look like a botched robbery attempt but the close proximity of the shooter suggests a calculated hit. With rumours of gambling debts, real estate rip-offs and an extra-marital affair, investigators follow up on every lead no matter how questionable. The suspects include the victim's terminally ill wealthy second wife, his alleged mistress and her gun-toting ex-husband. But with no solid leads it will take nearly two decades before the culprit is finally behind bars.

Mon 24th July

Killer Instinct

The small town of Mount Vernon, Ohio is not immune to crime, but nothing like this had ever happened there before. On November 10th, 2010 police make a welfare call on Tina Herman and her two young children, Sarah and Kody. What they find is a crime scene that they say looks like a slaughterhouse. However there's no sign of Tina or her children, and Tina's best friend Stephanie, who she was supposed to have seen that same day, is also missing. Police initially think Sarah's estranged boyfriend may be involved, but after ruling him out as a suspect, find themselves back at square one. That is until they find a box of trash bags in the garage, purchased at a local Wal-Mart. This leads authorities to store surveillance tape of the man who bought the trash bags, and soon they have a suspect, a local tree trimmer named Matthew Hoffman. Hoffman is tracked down, and when police burst into his house, which is filled with leaves, they find Sarah alive, held against her will in Hoffman's basement. Once Hoffman is in custody, Sarah helps authorities put the pieces together of the horrifying puzzle. Detectives realise Hoffman killed Tina, Kody and Stephanie, perhaps to get to Sarah, and eventually find three severed bodies in garbage bags stuffed inside a hollow tree. Hoffman pleads guilty, and as a town still grieves a tragic loss, Sarah does her best to move on, sitting down with Chris Hansen in an emotional interview.

Mon 24th July

Court Justice: Sydney

Sending a defendant to jail is never an easy decision for magistrates in Australia's busiest local court. Three defendants are now before them on serious charges, including a king hit and a robbery. The magistrates' judgements could change lives forever.

Mon 24th July

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Livingston, Louisiana, Couty Alexander reports that someone has shot and killed his pregnant wife Christa, 24. He gives investigators the name of a suspect who bought one of his guns. But it's all a lie, and investigators discover Couty, an EMT, has been lusting after a co-worker. In Kidderminster, England, it looks initially like Louise Evans, 32, has had a tragic accident and fallen downstairs to her death. But detectives discover her husband Alan, 22, a welder, has been making sparks fly with a teaching assistant.

Mon 24th July

Serial Killer Sunday

This is the true crime story on Colin Ireland, whose ambition to become a serial killer led him to kill five gay men. In early 1993, Ireland made a New Year's resolution to become a serial killer. He was fascinated by serial killers and had spent many hours meticulously studying them. He was aware of Geographic Profiling that helps investigators locate the killer, who usually commits the crimes in a certain radius (about seven miles) from where they live. For this reason, Ireland chose London as his murder.

Mon 24th July

Death Row Stories

In July 1986, a house fire in the small town of Paris, Illinois took the lives of newlyweds Dyke and Karen Rhoads. But after the flames were put out, investigators discovered the pair had been stabbed to death before arson consumed their home. The town drunk and a local nursing aide soon fingered two men as the killers, among them, Randy Steidl. Even Steidl's brother, an Illinois cop, thought he was guilty, and Randy received the death penalty. But when Michael Callahan, a promising young cop with the Illinois State Police, started looking at the case, he encountered lies, corruption and evidence of guilt pointing to just about everyone in Illinois except Randy Steidl. Even after Callahan's bosses tried to silence him, he pursued the case - costing him his job, but eventually helping free Randy Steidl from death row.

Mon 24th July

Forensic Files

Caren Campano disappears, and her husband's story doesn't hold up. Police find a large stain on the Campano's bedroom carpet. They use a chemical called luminol that reveals a room spattered with blood which, when cleaned off, could not be seen by the naked eye. Complex reverse paternity tests of Caren's relatives match her blood type to the blood on the carpet. The evidence convicts Chris Campano of murder. The body isn't found until a year later.

Mon 24th July

The First 48

Miami homicide detective Mayree Morin and her team are called to a brutal murder scene. Also, the son of a celebrated neurosurgeon is discovered near dawn, shot to death along the railroad tracks.

Mon 24th July

Noon

It Takes A Killer

An evil seductress targets two Georgian police, bleeding them dry, then killing them for their life insurance benefits. This black widow gets away with murder for years before law enforcement untangles her web of seduction and lies and brings her to justice.

Mon 24th July

Court Justice: Sydney

Sending a defendant to jail is never an easy decision for magistrates in Australia's busiest local court. Three defendants are now before them on serious charges, including a king hit and a robbery. The magistrates' judgements could change lives forever.

Mon 24th July

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Livingston, Louisiana, Couty Alexander reports that someone has shot and killed his pregnant wife Christa, 24. He gives investigators the name of a suspect who bought one of his guns. But it's all a lie, and investigators discover Couty, an EMT, has been lusting after a co-worker. In Kidderminster, England, it looks initially like Louise Evans, 32, has had a tragic accident and fallen downstairs to her death. But detectives discover her husband Alan, 22, a welder, has been making sparks fly with a teaching assistant.

Mon 24th July

Serial Killer Sunday

This is the true crime story on Colin Ireland, whose ambition to become a serial killer led him to kill five gay men. In early 1993, Ireland made a New Year's resolution to become a serial killer. He was fascinated by serial killers and had spent many hours meticulously studying them. He was aware of Geographic Profiling that helps investigators locate the killer, who usually commits the crimes in a certain radius (about seven miles) from where they live. For this reason, Ireland chose London as his murder.

Mon 24th July

Death Row Stories

In July 1986, a house fire in the small town of Paris, Illinois took the lives of newlyweds Dyke and Karen Rhoads. But after the flames were put out, investigators discovered the pair had been stabbed to death before arson consumed their home. The town drunk and a local nursing aide soon fingered two men as the killers, among them, Randy Steidl. Even Steidl's brother, an Illinois cop, thought he was guilty, and Randy received the death penalty. But when Michael Callahan, a promising young cop with the Illinois State Police, started looking at the case, he encountered lies, corruption and evidence of guilt pointing to just about everyone in Illinois except Randy Steidl. Even after Callahan's bosses tried to silence him, he pursued the case - costing him his job, but eventually helping free Randy Steidl from death row.

Mon 24th July

The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door

A Norwich resident sick of his neighbour's constant loud music hatches an outrageous plan to get rid of her, while neighbours enjoying their new swimming pool sends one woman over the edge. Violent outbursts and arson attacks leave one couple living in fear.

Mon 24th July

Britain's Darkest Taboos

The shocking, true-life crime series that tells the story of some of the most sickening acts of familial crime imaginable. No subject is off limits, from incest and prostitution to rape and murder. This program is every family's worst nightmares, relived and retold firsthand by the family and friends at the heart of events, as well as police officers involved in the case. Each episode reveals the timeline of events with accurate reconstructions, home footage, family photos, archive news and exclusive access to previously unseen police footage. With expert analysis from forensic psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and psychologist Emma Kenny, this program shows how the acts of one individual can send shock waves through the lives of those closest to them. In November 2008, 50-year-old gamekeeper, Nigel Bacon, was killed by hit man Peter Jacques, hired by Nigel's wife, Susan, and son, Michael, in a plot to claim his inheritance. Nigel, who had a history of domestic violence, had more than 150,000 pounds in cash at the family home, while his wife, Susan, and son, Michael, were both deep in debt. To get their hands on the money, the pair hired Jacques to stab Bacon six times at their remote cottage on the edge of Clumber Park, Nottinghamshire. Told from the view point of Nigel's three eldest children, Kerry, Lyndsey and Stuart, the episode explores how they are all coming to terms with their father's death. It also details the shocking revelation that Stuart was physically abused and neglected by his parents as a teenager. Adding a twist to the case, we also finally discover whether Stuart and Kerry are actually siblings when they take a DNA test.

Mon 24th July

Cold Justice

Paul Bowman, 50, was a loving husband to his wife of 13 years, Martha, and father to their two young boys. He supported his family by working the night shift at Bank of America's computer division so that he could be home for the boys during the day. In his free time, he enjoyed coaching his sons' Southwest Arlington Little League team and would often be found shouting words of encouragement. On August 10, 2008, Paul got home from work around 8:30am. Martha later explained to police that Paul had been upset about an apparent road rage fight on the way home from work. Shortly after Paul went to bed, Martha left to pick up their sons from a sleepover, and then went to the mall together. When she and the boys finally returned home, they noticed the front door was strangely slightly ajar and when they walked inside they found their living room had been ransacked. They instantly ran to the master bedroom to check on Paul, only to find his bloodied body lying on the bed.

Mon 24th July

Evening

Cops

A groundbreaking reality series featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day.

Mon 24th July

Cops

A suspect runs through a hotel's fence and delivers some shocking news. Officers come across two brothers who've just been in a knife fight. A man fires his BB gun at his neighbour's child.

Mon 24th July

Cold Case Files

Shortly after she became a widow, Anna Mae Florence's loving family moved her from Alabama to Columbus, so their vibrant and funny aunt and sister could be closer to her brothers, sisters, and their children in her later years of life. Anna Mae's family installed her in an apartment complex with other seniors, where they felt she would be safe and happy, but their good intentions turned to tragedy when she was brutally attacked in her home. When her brother and sister show up to take her out for a day of shopping they hear her screaming inside. They kick open the door and a younger woman, covered in blood runs past them and quickly out of sight. Anna Mae lay on the floor inside, struggling, and later she dies at the hospital. Detectives are sure they'll find the killer when a witness comes forward with details of the crime that implicate a local woman involved in drugs. But when the witness suddenly disappears, the case goes cold.

Mon 24th July

Snapped: Killer Couples

When the son of a wealthy film producer is found stabbed to death in his Beverly Hills mansion, is a deadly love triangle to blame?

Mon 24th July

The First 48

A night out leaves an innocent man dead. When solid leads hit dead ends, detectives discover a motive they never expected.

Mon 24th July

The Cheshire Murders

In the summer of 2007, residents were devastated by the news of a triple homicide in their home town of Cheshire, Connecticut. This film explores the details surrounding the incident and the impact this horrific crime had on a small close-knit town.

Tue 25th July

Morning

It Takes A Killer

A promising young attorney is shot and killed in a jealous rage by an obsessed, on-again off-again girlfriend. But can she convince the jury that she's the victim and get away with murder?

Tue 25th July

The First 48

A night out leaves an innocent man dead. When solid leads hit dead ends, detectives discover a motive they never expected.

Tue 25th July

Forensic Files

When a real estate developer is shot to death, his wife becomes the prime suspect. Police have a wealth of evidence against her, but it's circumstantial. The case will turn on a .25 calibre bullet fired 20 years ago from the now-missing murder weapon.

Tue 25th July

Cops

A suspect runs through a hotel's fence and delivers some shocking news. Officers come across two brothers who've just been in a knife fight. A man fires his BB gun at his neighbour's child.

Tue 25th July

World's Wildest Police Videos

This is the fast paced reality show featuring caught-on-tape criminals and the officers who take them down. Hosted by Sheriff John Bunnell, this program gathers footage of law enforcement personnel from across the country and around the world as they face the most dangerous pursuits, the most frightening shootouts, and the most extreme lawbreakers to ever challenge police, and put them in their place to keep our streets safe.

Tue 25th July

Southern Justice

Ninety percent of crimes in Sullivan County, Tennessee and Ashe County, North Carolina have something to do with alcohol or drug abuse. Suspects may commit a crime under the influence, or the crime itself may involve buying, selling or stealing illegal substances. While methamphetamine manufacturing remains a problem for Appalachian law enforcement, the abuse, theft and sale of prescription pain-killers is now considered the number one drug-related criminal issue in the area. Prescription pain-killers are cheaper and easier to obtain by individuals 'doc shopping' from both legitimate and 'rogue' physicians. But now, those addicted to the drugs needing a fix or simply wanting a large supply for sale are becoming more brazen, robbing pharmacies in broad daylight. In this episode, Sullivan County, Tennessee deputies investigate the robberies of three pharmacies, in which thousands of prescription pain-killer tablets like OxyContin were stolen. Due to its street price being significantly lower than other illegal drugs, OxyContin is popular and known commonly in Appalachia as 'hillbilly heroin'. Surveillance video of all three crimes helps investigators focus on several suspects and ultimately results in one arrest. In Ashe County, North Carolina, alcohol-related incidents remain at the top of the most-common-crime list. And the alcohol does not necessarily come from whiskey, wine or beer. Ashe County Sheriff deputies are called to defuse a domestic disturbance when a man is allegedly drunk from consuming mouthwash containing alcohol. In a county where "everybody knows everybody", the man is belligerent with deputies and narrowly avoids arrest. But later, other deputies are called to his residence when he threatens to commit suicide.

Tue 25th July

Cops

A groundbreaking reality series featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day.

Tue 25th July

Forensic Investigators

Policewoman Angela Taylor was killed when a car exploded in Melbourne's Russell Street, right outside police headquarters. What clues were found in the debris? Who was responsible? Witness the tireless work of detectives and the scientific procedures that helped solve this tragic murder. Hosted by Lisa McCune.

Tue 25th July

Cops

A suspect runs through a hotel's fence and delivers some shocking news. Officers come across two brothers who've just been in a knife fight. A man fires his BB gun at his neighbour's child.

Tue 25th July

Cold Case Files

Shortly after she became a widow, Anna Mae Florence's loving family moved her from Alabama to Columbus, so their vibrant and funny aunt and sister could be closer to her brothers, sisters, and their children in her later years of life. Anna Mae's family installed her in an apartment complex with other seniors, where they felt she would be safe and happy, but their good intentions turned to tragedy when she was brutally attacked in her home. When her brother and sister show up to take her out for a day of shopping they hear her screaming inside. They kick open the door and a younger woman, covered in blood runs past them and quickly out of sight. Anna Mae lay on the floor inside, struggling, and later she dies at the hospital. Detectives are sure they'll find the killer when a witness comes forward with details of the crime that implicate a local woman involved in drugs. But when the witness suddenly disappears, the case goes cold.

Tue 25th July

Snapped

A successful daycare owner finds her husband dead after an alleged home invasion, but police discover a shocking double life and a murder plan full of possible accomplices.

Tue 25th July

The First 48

A night out leaves an innocent man dead. When solid leads hit dead ends, detectives discover a motive they never expected.

Tue 25th July

Britain's Darkest Taboos

The shocking, true-life crime series that tells the story of some of the most sickening acts of familial crime imaginable. No subject is off limits, from incest and prostitution to rape and murder. This program is every family's worst nightmares, relived and retold firsthand by the family and friends at the heart of events, as well as police officers involved in the case. Each episode reveals the timeline of events with accurate reconstructions, home footage, family photos, archive news and exclusive access to previously unseen police footage. With expert analysis from forensic psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and psychologist Emma Kenny, This program shows how the acts of one individual can send shock waves through the lives of those closest to them. In November 2008, 50-year-old gamekeeper, Nigel Bacon, was killed by hit man Peter Jacques, hired by Nigel's wife, Susan, and son, Michael, in a plot to claim his inheritance. Nigel, who had a history of domestic violence, had more than 150,000 pounds in cash at the family home, while his wife, Susan, and son, Michael, were both deep in debt. To get their hands on the money, the pair hired Jacques to stab Bacon six times at their remote cottage on the edge of Clumber Park, Nottinghamshire. Told from the view point of Nigel's three eldest children, Kerry, Lyndsey and Stuart, the episode explores how they are all coming to terms with their father's death. It also details the shocking revelation that Stuart was physically abused and neglected by his parents as a teenager. Adding a twist to the case, we also finally discover whether Stuart and Kerry are actually siblings when they take a DNA test.

Tue 25th July

Cold Justice

Paul Bowman, 50, was a loving husband to his wife of 13 years, Martha, and father to their two young boys. He supported his family by working the night shift at Bank of America's computer division so that he could be home for the boys during the day. In his free time, he enjoyed coaching his sons Southwest Arlington Little League team and would often be found shouting words of encouragement. On August 10, 2008, Paul got home from work around 8:30am. Martha later explained to police that Paul had been upset about an apparent road rage fight on the way home from work. Shortly after Paul went to bed Martha left to pick up their sons from a sleep over, and then went to the mall together. When she and the boys finally returned home, they noticed the front door was strangely slightly ajar and when they walked inside they found their living room had been ransacked. They instantly ran to the master bedroom to check on Paul, only to find his bloodied body lying on the bed.

Tue 25th July

Noon

Cold Case Files

Shortly after she became a widow, Anna Mae Florence's loving family moved her from Alabama to Columbus, so their vibrant and funny aunt and sister could be closer to her brothers, sisters, and their children in her later years of life. Anna Mae's family installed her in an apartment complex with other seniors, where they felt she would be safe and happy, but their good intentions turned to tragedy when she was brutally attacked in her home. When her brother and sister show up to take her out for a day of shopping they hear her screaming inside. They kick open the door and a younger woman, covered in blood runs past them and quickly out of sight. Anna Mae lay on the floor inside, struggling, and later she dies at the hospital. Detectives are sure they'll find the killer when a witness comes forward with details of the crime that implicate a local woman involved in drugs. But when the witness suddenly disappears, the case goes cold.

Tue 25th July

Snapped: Killer Couples

When the son of a wealthy film producer is found stabbed to death in his Beverly Hills mansion, is a deadly love triangle to blame?

Tue 25th July

The First 48

A night out leaves an innocent man dead. When solid leads hit dead ends, detectives discover a motive they never expected.

Tue 25th July

Snapped

A successful daycare owner finds her husband dead after an alleged home invasion, but police discover a shocking double life and a murder plan full of possible accomplices.

Tue 25th July

Britain's Darkest Taboos

In August 2012, 12-year-old Tia Sharp went missing from her grandmother's home in New Addington, South London. It sparked a nationwide search for the missing schoolgirl, but unbeknown to the family and police, Tia had been sexually assaulted and murdered by her step-grandfather Stuart Hazell. Hazell hid Tia's body in the loft where it was discovered more than a week later. Hazell was obsessed with Tia and had been watching violent child pornography in the weeks before her death. In this episode, we reveal the extent of Hazell's perverted behaviour and find out that he had been secretly filming Tia before her death. The police reveal the true horror of Hazell's deviant sexual behaviour for the first time. It's the ultimate betrayal as Hazell continued his deceit by leading the search for Tia and comforting her family while her body decomposed in the loft. Christine and Natalie talk for the first time since the trial about the impact the murder had on them and their family.

Tue 25th July

Cold Justice

Kelly and Yolanda re-investigate the four-year-old cold case of the murder of Norman West. Shot twice in the head and dumped in an alley in Hialeah, Florida, Norman was a son, brother and uncle. A little down on his luck, Norman was just starting to get back on his feet when he was killed. With not much evidence to work with at the site where his body was found, Kelly and Yolanda have a tough case ahead of them, especially as one of the suspects is an ex Miami cop.

Tue 25th July

Evening

Cops

A groundbreaking reality series featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day.

Tue 25th July

Cops

A man who won't stop talking is arrested. A domestic-abuse suspect admits to hitting her husband. Officers make undercover drug buys.

Tue 25th July

To Catch a Killer

A true crime series following Professor/Detective Mike Arntfield and a squad of civilians as they investigate unsolved murders in the Toronto area. These fresh eyes will focus on one horrific crime each episode. With Arntfield as their guide, this squad of civilians will seek new leads and exploit modern technology to find evidence that can help the original investigating police force close the case. Working closely with the team are the family and/or friends of the victim who think more must be done to find justice for their loved one. Gripping, emotional and empowering, To Catch a Killer, reveals the power in all of us to help ease a stranger's pain. When Jackie English left her job at a local dairy bar and got into a car on an overpass near London in 1969, she never imagined that 40 years later a team of civilian investigators would be reading her diary. A gift to Mike Arntfield and his squad from Jackie's sister Anne; the team discovers that amongst the musings of a boy crazy 16-year-old are some lines in code. The team knows they must be cracked if they're going to help find her killer. Also given to Arntfield is a box of notebooks from the son of the officer who first investigated this case. Amongst these treasures Mike finds notes - frustrated notes about trying to get a straight story from Marilyn Hird, a friend of Jackie's who told police she knows who killed Jackie but won't tell them. While Arntfield decides to follow-up and see if she's willing to talk 40 years later several of the team members turn to their computers to sift through the large number of other sexual assaults and murder in the London area in the 1960's and 70's. What they find is something more valuable than the diary and police notes combined.

Tue 25th July

Nurses Who Kill

Over three months at a general hospital in Oxfordshire, England, two patients had died and a further fifteen had become gravely ill with conditions they should not have been suffering from. A staff Nurse was on duty each time, one who revelled in the thrill of trying to revive the patients. Drawing on testimony from leading investigators, using dramatic reconstructions of real-life events, this programme will tell the unsettling story of Nurse Benjamin Geen. As we also hear from those who still believe him innocent, we uncover the complexities facing detectives even when they are certain they have captured a Nurse who kills.

Tue 25th July

Killer Kids

This program provides an in-depth profile of the lives of kids who kill. What can possibly motivate kids to commit criminal acts and even murder? From hate crimes to gang initiations, murders of family members to occult ceremonies, each case in the series exposes different motives and methods of murders by children. In Linton, Indiana, a cold and calculating wife decides that divorce doesn't go far enough and manipulates her daughter in a horrifying plot to murder her husband. The entire town becomes a suspect as police try to uncover who actually pulled the trigger. Two goth teenagers begin a secret, illegal love affair filled with sex, drugs, and murder. When their relationship takes an extreme turn, a mother must find the courage to stop them before she becomes the victim of a gruesome crime.

Tue 25th July

Homicide Hunter

Lieutenant Joe Kenda and his Colorado Springs crime-fighting team have solved an unprecedented 387 homicide investigations, resulting in a 92 percent solve rate. In each episode Kenda uses first person narrative along with dramatic re-creations to retell the stories of Kenda's most disturbing and challenging murder cases. The series takes viewers behind the scenes with one of the world's best homicide detectives to learn how murders are solved. In this episode, neighbours are stunned when close friends Luis Matos and Colleen Johnson are gunned down in cold blood for no apparent reason. With only three shots fired, police assume they're looking for a skilled marksman, but a vexing series of false leads threatens to derail the investigation. The case kicks into high gear when Lt Joe Kenda locates a panic-stricken eyewitness with connections to a deadly organisation played an unwitting role in the bloodbath.

Tue 25th July

A Stranger In My Home

When Abraham Shakespeare suddenly wins $30 million, he can't believe his luck. But when this illiterate Florida man starts getting hounded for money, he takes off, leaving his new business partner in charge. As months go by without anyone seeing him, suspicions are raised, leading to an undercover sting operation and police stake-out to find his killer. The house that was once a sanctuary will become a place where dark, hidden secrets are eventually revealed with dire consequences, resulting in one of the most brutal murders the town has ever seen. If there is one thing you don't expect to find in your own home, it is danger lurking around every corner. This may be the place where we feel most comfortable, but there's no better way to get inside our lives than to get inside our homes. Each episode traces the path where a trusting victim has invited a stranger across the threshold into their home, and paid the ultimate price. Anyone invited under your roof, be it a neighbour, guest, hired help, boarder or a new partner, can cross the line into deceit and be the ultimate threat within. This series is the perfect blend of mystery and suspense, telling the true stories of new relationships and how strangers can turn against you.

Wed 26th July

Morning

Nurses Who Kill

Over three months at a general hospital in Oxfordshire, England, two patients had died and a further fifteen had become gravely ill with conditions they should not have been suffering from. A staff Nurse was on duty each time, one who revelled in the thrill of trying to revive the patients. Drawing on testimony from leading investigators, using dramatic reconstructions of real-life events, this programme will tell the unsettling story of Nurse Benjamin Geen. As we also hear from those who still believe him innocent, we uncover the complexities facing detectives even when they are certain they have captured a Nurse who kills.

Wed 26th July

Killer Kids

This program provides an in-depth profile of the lives of kids who kill. What can possibly motivate kids to commit criminal acts and even murder? From hate crimes to gang initiations, murders of family members to occult ceremonies, each case in the series exposes different motives and methods of murders by children. In Linton, Indiana, a cold and calculating wife decides that divorce doesn't go far enough and manipulates her daughter in a horrifying plot to murder her husband. The entire town becomes a suspect as police try to uncover who actually pulled the trigger. Two goth teenagers begin a secret, illegal love affair filled with sex, drugs, and murder. When their relationship takes an extreme turn, a mother must find the courage to stop them before she becomes the victim of a gruesome crime.

Wed 26th July

Forensic Files

Intriguing crimes, accidents and outbreaks of disease from around the world. Follow coroners, medical examiners, police officiers, journalists and legal experts as they put together the pieces of the crime puzzle.

Wed 26th July

Cops

A man who won't stop talking is arrested. A domestic-abuse suspect admits to hitting her husband. Officers make undercover drug buys.

Wed 26th July

World's Wildest Police Videos

This is the fast paced reality show featuring caught-on-tape criminals and the officers who take them down. Hosted by Sheriff John Bunnell, this program gathers footage of law enforcement personnel from across the country and around the world as they face the most dangerous pursuits, the most frightening shootouts, and the most extreme lawbreakers to ever challenge police, and put them in their place to keep our streets safe.

Wed 26th July

Southern Justice

The Sullivan County and Ashe County Sheriffs' Offices bring us true stories from these two counties in the Blue Grass Mountains of Appalachia. Ride along with deputies and real-time crime investigators and uncover the personal drama inside jails and courtrooms. Most Sullivan and Ashe Sheriff employees grew up in the area. So both counties are 'big small towns' where everybody knows everybody. With most patrol cars carrying only one deputy, back-up can often be 30 minutes away. So it's not unusual for long-standing relationships to pay off when a neighbour needs to provide unexpected help to a single deputy. These dramatic true stories of Sullivan County and Ashe County bring an unprecedented look at Appalachia, where guns, drugs and alcohol challenge lawmen 24/7. There is only one adult novelty store in Sullivan County, Tennessee. When deputies receive a call that a robbery has occurred there, they arrive in minutes, only to realise the shop employee that called is in a neighbouring county, where they race to help local law enforcement. Deputy Sam Matney, whose father was a pastor, is called to investigate a church break-in and help bust a residential meth lab. Methamphetamine production, distribution and addiction are major problems throughout Appalachia. Isolated homes hidden in the hills make for perfect meth lab hideaways. Despite the complex process of procuring chemicals to make the drugs, the demand continues to increase, and suppliers try to keep up with the process used by meth-makers, 'smurfing' pseudoephedrine by purchasing packages of over-the-counter cold medications in pharmacies, then cooking it to form crystals to feed an addict's desire. While moonshine was once the vice of choice among Appalachians, now its methamphetamine and prescription pain killers.

Wed 26th July

Cops

A groundbreaking reality series featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day.

Wed 26th July

Forensic Investigators

Samantha Bodsworth's body was found in a Noosa carpark. The killer thought he'd committed the perfect murder but a little known area of forensic science would be his undoing. Hosted by Lisa McCune, Forensic Investigators looks at the tireless work of detectives, and the scientific procedures that helped solve Samantha's murder.

Wed 26th July

Cops

A man who won't stop talking is arrested. A domestic-abuse suspect admits to hitting her husband. Officers make undercover drug buys.

Wed 26th July

To Catch a Killer

A true crime series following Professor/Detective Mike Arntfield and a squad of civilians as they investigate unsolved murders in the Toronto area. These fresh eyes will focus on one horrific crime each episode. With Arntfield as their guide, this squad of civilians will seek new leads and exploit modern technology to find evidence that can help the original investigating police force close the case. Working closely with the team are the family and/or friends of the victim who think more must be done to find justice for their loved one. Gripping, emotional and empowering, To Catch a Killer, reveals the power in all of us to help ease a stranger's pain. When Jackie English left her job at a local dairy bar and got into a car on an overpass near London in 1969, she never imagined that 40 years later a team of civilian investigators would be reading her diary. A gift to Mike Arntfield and his squad from Jackie's sister Anne; the team discovers that amongst the musings of a boy crazy 16-year-old are some lines in code. The team knows they must be cracked if they're going to help find her killer. Also given to Arntfield is a box of notebooks from the son of the officer who first investigated this case. Amongst these treasures Mike finds notes - frustrated notes about trying to get a straight story from Marilyn Hird, a friend of Jackie's who told police she knows who killed Jackie but won't tell them. While Arntfield decides to follow-up and see if she's willing to talk 40 years later several of the team members turn to their computers to sift through the large number of other sexual assaults and murder in the London area in the 1960's and 70's. What they find is something more valuable than the diary and police notes combined.

Wed 26th July

Nurses Who Kill

Over three months at a general hospital in Oxfordshire, England, two patients had died and a further fifteen had become gravely ill with conditions they should not have been suffering from. A staff Nurse was on duty each time, one who revelled in the thrill of trying to revive the patients. Drawing on testimony from leading investigators, using dramatic reconstructions of real-life events, this programme will tell the unsettling story of Nurse Benjamin Geen. As we also hear from those who still believe him innocent, we uncover the complexities facing detectives even when they are certain they have captured a Nurse who kills.

Wed 26th July

Killer Kids

This program provides an in-depth profile of the lives of kids who kill. What can possibly motivate kids to commit criminal acts and even murder? From hate crimes to gang initiations, murders of family members to occult ceremonies, each case in the series exposes different motives and methods of murders by children. In Linton, Indiana, a cold and calculating wife decides that divorce doesn't go far enough and manipulates her daughter in a horrifying plot to murder her husband. The entire town becomes a suspect as police try to uncover who actually pulled the trigger. Two goth teenagers begin a secret, illegal love affair filled with sex, drugs, and murder. When their relationship takes an extreme turn, a mother must find the courage to stop them before she becomes the victim of a gruesome crime.

Wed 26th July

Britain's Darkest Taboos

In August 2012, 12-year-old Tia Sharp went missing from her grandmother's home in New Addington, South London. It sparked a nationwide search for the missing schoolgirl, but unbeknown to the family and police, Tia had been sexually assaulted and murdered by her step-grandfather Stuart Hazell. Hazell hid Tia's body in the loft where it was discovered more than a week later. Hazell was obsessed with Tia and had been watching violent child pornography in the weeks before her death. In this episode, we reveal the extent of Hazell's perverted behaviour and find out that he had been secretly filming Tia before her death. The police reveal the true horror of Hazell's deviant sexual behaviour for the first time. It's the ultimate betrayal as Hazell continued his deceit by leading the search for Tia and comforting her family while her body decomposed in the loft. Christine and Natalie talk for the first time since the trial about the impact the murder had on them and their family.

Wed 26th July

Cold Justice

Kelly and Yolanda re-investigate the four-year-old cold case of the murder of Norman West. Shot twice in the head and dumped in an alley in Hialeah, Florida, Norman was a son, brother and uncle. A little down on his luck, Norman was just starting to get back on his feet when he was killed. With not much evidence to work with at the site where his body was found, Kelly and Yolanda have a tough case ahead of them, especially as one of the suspects is an ex Miami cop.

Wed 26th July

Noon

To Catch a Killer

A true crime series following Professor/Detective Mike Arntfield and a squad of civilians as they investigate unsolved murders in the Toronto area. These fresh eyes will focus on one horrific crime each episode. With Arntfield as their guide, this squad of civilians will seek new leads and exploit modern technology to find evidence that can help the original investigating police force close the case. Working closely with the team are the family and/or friends of the victim who think more must be done to find justice for their loved one. Gripping, emotional and empowering, To Catch a Killer, reveals the power in all of us to help ease a stranger's pain. When Jackie English left her job at a local dairy bar and got into a car on an overpass near London in 1969, she never imagined that 40 years later a team of civilian investigators would be reading her diary. A gift to Mike Arntfield and his squad from Jackie's sister Anne; the team discovers that amongst the musings of a boy crazy 16-year-old are some lines in code. The team knows they must be cracked if they're going to help find her killer. Also given to Arntfield is a box of notebooks from the son of the officer who first investigated this case. Amongst these treasures Mike finds notes - frustrated notes about trying to get a straight story from Marilyn Hird, a friend of Jackie's who told police she knows who killed Jackie but won't tell them. While Arntfield decides to follow-up and see if she's willing to talk 40 years later several of the team members turn to their computers to sift through the large number of other sexual assaults and murder in the London area in the 1960's and 70's. What they find is something more valuable than the diary and police notes combined.

Wed 26th July

Nurses Who Kill

Over three months at a general hospital in Oxfordshire, England, two patients had died and a further fifteen had become gravely ill with conditions they should not have been suffering from. A staff Nurse was on duty each time, one who revelled in the thrill of trying to revive the patients. Drawing on testimony from leading investigators, using dramatic reconstructions of real-life events, this programme will tell the unsettling story of Nurse Benjamin Geen. As we also hear from those who still believe him innocent, we uncover the complexities facing detectives even when they are certain they have captured a Nurse who kills.

Wed 26th July

Killer Kids

This program provides an in-depth profile of the lives of kids who kill. What can possibly motivate kids to commit criminal acts and even murder? From hate crimes to gang initiations, murders of family members to occult ceremonies, each case in the series exposes different motives and methods of murders by children. In Linton, Indiana, a cold and calculating wife decides that divorce doesn't go far enough and manipulates her daughter in a horrifying plot to murder her husband. The entire town becomes a suspect as police try to uncover who actually pulled the trigger. Two goth teenagers begin a secret, illegal love affair filled with sex, drugs, and murder. When their relationship takes an extreme turn, a mother must find the courage to stop them before she becomes the victim of a gruesome crime.

Wed 26th July

Homicide Hunter

Lieutenant Joe Kenda and his Colorado Springs crime-fighting team have solved an unprecedented 387 homicide investigations, resulting in a 92 percent solve rate. In each episode Kenda uses first person narrative along with dramatic re-creations to retell the stories of Kenda's most disturbing and challenging murder cases. The series takes viewers behind the scenes with one of the world's best homicide detectives to learn how murders are solved. In this episode, neighbours are stunned when close friends Luis Matos and Colleen Johnson are gunned down in cold blood for no apparent reason. With only three shots fired, police assume they're looking for a skilled marksman, but a vexing series of false leads threatens to derail the investigation. The case kicks into high gear when Lt Joe Kenda locates a panic-stricken eyewitness with connections to a deadly organisation played an unwitting role in the bloodbath.

Wed 26th July

Britain's Darkest Taboos

In September 2012, 27-year-old Carl Mills murdered three generations of the same family in a house fire in Cwmbran, South Wales. Mills set the fire then stood and watched as his six-month-old daughter Kimberley, her mum/his girlfriend 17-year-old Kayleigh, and Kayleigh's mum Kim all perished. In this powerful and emotional episode we hear from Gwyneth Swain, the mother of Kim who lost her daughter, granddaughter and great granddaughter that night. Plus we have interviews from Kim's partner Dai, her best friends and also the neighbours who witnessed the fire that night. DSI Peter Jones of Gwetn Police describes the investigation that resulted in Mills being convicted of the murders and sentenced to 35 years in prison. With expert analysis from forensic psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and psychologist Emma Kenny, we examine Mill's behaviour prior to the murders plus we reveal the devastating impact familial homicide has on those left behind.

Wed 26th July

Cold Justice

Kelly works this next case without Yolanda who is attending a big family event. Kelly calls in Abbey Abbondandolo to help her out with the missing person case of 37-year-old Marie Carlson in Okaloosa County, Florida. Marie was a very loving mother but her behaviour was often unpredictable possibly due to her bi-polar disorder. She was trying to do the best she could to stabilise her life and be the best mother she could before she disappeared in October, 2011.

Wed 26th July

Evening

Cops

A groundbreaking reality series featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day.

Wed 26th July

Cops

Police pursue a familiar face through a field. A suicidal man forces officers to shock him. A suspect seeks refuge in a condemned house.

Wed 26th July

Judge Rinder: Crime Stories

Debbie Davey had it all, a successful career, a loving family, and a healthy bank balance, because of this Debbie became the envy of her friend Caryn Bates. Caryn set up an elaborate con to scam Debbie out of hundreds of thousands of pounds, but by the time Debbie discovered what was going on it was already too late. And, when mother of two Zoe Dronfield met Jason Smith she thought shed met the man of her dreams, but it wasn't long before Jason's dark side began to surface. After 12 months Zoe had enough of Jason's violent and controlling behaviour and she ended the relationship. In February 2014 Jason talked his way back into Zoe's home and inflicted a brutal attack that lasted over eight hours. Jason was arrested and while on trial Zoe pieced together what had happened with the help of a hypnotherapist, to ensure Jason was brought to justice.

Wed 26th July

Court Justice: Sydney

Sending a defendant to jail is never an easy decision for magistrates in Australia's busiest local court. Three defendants are now before them on serious charges, including a king hit and a robbery. The magistrates' judgements could change lives forever.

Wed 26th July

Cops

A chase ends when a driverless vehicle crashes into a building. A suspect on foot tries to evade police. Officers come across a seven-year-old boy who left home alone.

Wed 26th July

60 Days In

Enter Atlanta's Fulton County Jail, one of the most dangerous facilities in the country. With five times the number of inmates as previous seasons, rampant drug problems, a powerful gang population and the constant threat of violence, innocent participants plunge deeper into this dangerous world of incarceration. The Fulton County Jail, led by Chief Jailer Colonel Mark C. Adger, is plagued with rival gangs, drugs, and corruption. After learning about the tremendous success of the previous undercover programs in Clark County, Indiana, Colonel Adger, decided to use innocent civilians to help him expose the root of these issues, while providing an unbiased perspective of life inside his facility. The participants who infiltrate the jail this season include a special education teacher who works with at risk youth, a man who believes that the system has failed African Americans and wants to help fight discrimination, a former corrections officer who wants to see what it is like when the roles are reversed, a woman who met her husband while he was incarcerated and hopes to understand his institutionalised behaviour, a Marine with law enforcement aspirations, and others.

Wed 26th July

Homicide Hunter

Lieutenant Joe Kenda and his Colorado Springs crime-fighting team have solved an unprecedented 387 homicide investigations, resulting in a 92 percent solve rate. In each episode Kenda uses first person narrative along with dramatic re-creations to retell the stories of Kenda's most disturbing and challenging murder cases. The series takes viewers behind the scenes with one of the world's best homicide detectives to learn how murders are solved. In this episode, police are called to the scene of a quiet suburban residence, they are shocked to find a 24-year-old woman shot dead. Her mother has been gravely injured and disfigured, and her two year-old child barely clings to life. When the search for the killer goes cold, it's up to Lt Joe Kenda to find him. And after running down a series of bizarre clues, Kenda finds himself face-to-face with a killer.

Wed 26th July

Judge Rinder: Crime Stories

Debbie Davey had it all, a successful career, a loving family, and a healthy bank balance, because of this Debbie became the envy of her friend Caryn Bates. Caryn set up an elaborate con to scam Debbie out of hundreds of thousands of pounds, but by the time Debbie discovered what was going on it was already too late. And, when mother of two Zoe Dronfield met Jason Smith she thought shed met the man of her dreams, but it wasn't long before Jason's dark side began to surface. After 12 months Zoe had enough of Jason's violent and controlling behaviour and she ended the relationship. In February 2014 Jason talked his way back into Zoe's home and inflicted a brutal attack that lasted over eight hours. Jason was arrested and while on trial Zoe pieced together what had happened with the help of a hypnotherapist, to ensure Jason was brought to justice.

Thu 27th July

Morning

60 Days In

Enter Atlanta's Fulton County Jail, one of the most dangerous facilities in the country. With five times the number of inmates as previous seasons, rampant drug problems, a powerful gang population and the constant threat of violence, innocent participants plunge deeper into this dangerous world of incarceration. The Fulton County Jail, led by Chief Jailer Colonel Mark C. Adger, is plagued with rival gangs, drugs, and corruption. After learning about the tremendous success of the previous undercover programs in Clark County, Indiana, Colonel Adger, decided to use innocent civilians to help him expose the root of these issues, while providing an unbiased perspective of life inside his facility. The participants who infiltrate the jail this season include a special education teacher who works with at risk youth, a man who believes that the system has failed African Americans and wants to help fight discrimination, a former corrections officer who wants to see what it is like when the roles are reversed, a woman who met her husband while he was incarcerated and hopes to understand his institutionalised behaviour, a Marine with law enforcement aspirations, and others.

Thu 27th July

Cops

A chase ends when a driverless vehicle crashes into a building. A suspect on foot tries to evade police. Officers come across a seven-year-old boy who left home alone.

Thu 27th July

Forensic Files

Intriguing crimes, accidents and outbreaks of disease from around the world. Follow coroners, medical examiners, police officiers, journalists and legal experts as they put together the pieces of the crime puzzle.

Thu 27th July

Cops

Police pursue a familiar face through a field. A suicidal man forces officers to shock him. A suspect seeks refuge in a condemned house.

Thu 27th July

World's Wildest Police Videos

This is the fast paced reality show featuring caught-on-tape criminals and the officers who take them down. Hosted by Sheriff John Bunnell, this program gathers footage of law enforcement personnel from across the country and around the world as they face the most dangerous pursuits, the most frightening shootouts, and the most extreme lawbreakers to ever challenge police, and put them in their place to keep our streets safe.

Thu 27th July

Southern Justice

The Sullivan County and Ashe County Sheriffs' Offices bring us true stories from these two counties in the Blue Grass Mountains of Appalachia. Ride along with deputies and real-time crime investigators and uncover the personal drama inside jails and courtrooms. Most Sullivan and Ashe Sheriff employees grew up in the area. So both counties are 'big small towns' where everybody knows everybody. With most patrol cars carrying only one deputy, back-up can often be 30 minutes away. So it's not unusual for long-standing relationships to pay off when a neighbour needs to provide unexpected help to a single deputy. These dramatic true stories of Sullivan County and Ashe County bring an unprecedented look at Appalachia, where guns, drugs and alcohol challenge lawmen 24/7. In 2012, the state of Tennessee was determined to have the highest per capita rate of violent crime in the nation, with forcible rape and statutory rape among the most common offences. Sullivan County, Tennessee, deputies and detectives conduct a non-stop manhunt after a man in his 20s rapes a woman in her 70s. Charged with other felony crimes as well, including assault and burglary, the man is finally caught in a forest, but found unconscious. Deputies and EMT's revive him and charge him with the crimes which can carry sentences as long as 20 years. In Ashe County, North Caroline, a depressed economy and lack of jobs has only added to the problem of alcoholism. Deputy Josh 'Hoppy' Hopkins wages his Sheriff's Department war against the bottle. When a fight breaks out in a bar, Hopkins finds himself caught in the middle, trying to figure out who threw the first punch and why. Ashe and Sullivan officials state that 90 percent of their arrests have something to do with alcohol or drugs, and jail time serves as taxpayer-provided 'detox' as much as punishment for a criminal offence. A day's stay in jail costs approximately $40 for room and board.

Thu 27th July

Cops

A groundbreaking reality series featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day.

Thu 27th July

Forensic Investigators

Two men disappear without a trace. In their hunt for clues police uncover a tangled web of lies in a case involving drug lords, revenge and cold-blooded murder. Hosted by Lisa McCune, We look at the tireless work of detectives, and the scientific procedures that helped solve this compelling case.

Thu 27th July

Cops

Police pursue a familiar face through a field. A suicidal man forces officers to shock him. A suspect seeks refuge in a condemned house.

Thu 27th July

Judge Rinder: Crime Stories

Debbie Davey had it all, a successful career, a loving family, and a healthy bank balance, because of this Debbie became the envy of her friend Caryn Bates. Caryn set up an elaborate con to scam Debbie out of hundreds of thousands of pounds, but by the time Debbie discovered what was going on it was already too late. And, when mother of two Zoe Dronfield met Jason Smith she thought shed met the man of her dreams, but it wasn't long before Jason's dark side began to surface. After 12 months Zoe had enough of Jason's violent and controlling behaviour and she ended the relationship. In February 2014 Jason talked his way back into Zoe's home and inflicted a brutal attack that lasted over eight hours. Jason was arrested and while on trial Zoe pieced together what had happened with the help of a hypnotherapist, to ensure Jason was brought to justice.

Thu 27th July

60 Days In

Enter Atlanta's Fulton County Jail, one of the most dangerous facilities in the country. With five times the number of inmates as previous seasons, rampant drug problems, a powerful gang population and the constant threat of violence, innocent participants plunge deeper into this dangerous world of incarceration. The Fulton County Jail, led by Chief Jailer Colonel Mark C. Adger, is plagued with rival gangs, drugs, and corruption. After learning about the tremendous success of the previous undercover programs in Clark County, Indiana, Colonel Adger, decided to use innocent civilians to help him expose the root of these issues, while providing an unbiased perspective of life inside his facility. The participants who infiltrate the jail this season include a special education teacher who works with at risk youth, a man who believes that the system has failed African Americans and wants to help fight discrimination, a former corrections officer who wants to see what it is like when the roles are reversed, a woman who met her husband while he was incarcerated and hopes to understand his institutionalised behaviour, a Marine with law enforcement aspirations, and others.

Thu 27th July

Court Justice: Sydney

Sending a defendant to jail is never an easy decision for magistrates in Australia's busiest local court. Three defendants are now before them on serious charges, including a king hit and a robbery. The magistrates' judgements could change lives forever.

Thu 27th July

Britain's Darkest Taboos

In September 2012, 27-year-old Carl Mills murdered three generations of the same family in a house fire in Cwmbran, South Wales. Mills set the fire then stood and watched as his six-month-old daughter Kimberley, her mum/his girlfriend 17-year-old Kayleigh, and Kayleigh's mum Kim all perished. In this powerful and emotional episode we hear from Gwyneth Swain, the mother of Kim who lost her daughter, granddaughter and great granddaughter that night. Plus we have interviews from Kim's partner Dai, her best friends and also the neighbours who witnessed the fire that night. DSI Peter Jones of Gwetn Police describes the investigation that resulted in Mills being convicted of the murders and sentenced to 35 years in prison. With expert analysis from forensic psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and psychologist Emma Kenny, we examine Mill's behaviour prior to the murders plus we reveal the devastating impact familial homicide has on those left behind.

Thu 27th July

Cold Justice

Kelly works this next case without Yolanda who is attending a big family event. Kelly calls in Abbey Abbondandolo to help her out with the missing person case of 37-year-old Marie Carlson in Okaloosa County, Florida. Marie was a very loving mother but her behaviour was often unpredictable possibly due to her bi-polar disorder. She was trying to do the best she could to stabilise her life and be the best mother she could before she disappeared in October, 2011.

Thu 27th July

Noon

Judge Rinder: Crime Stories

Debbie Davey had it all, a successful career, a loving family, and a healthy bank balance, because of this Debbie became the envy of her friend Caryn Bates. Caryn set up an elaborate con to scam Debbie out of hundreds of thousands of pounds, but by the time Debbie discovered what was going on it was already too late. And, when mother of two Zoe Dronfield met Jason Smith she thought shed met the man of her dreams, but it wasn't long before Jason's dark side began to surface. After 12 months Zoe had enough of Jason's violent and controlling behaviour and she ended the relationship. In February 2014 Jason talked his way back into Zoe's home and inflicted a brutal attack that lasted over eight hours. Jason was arrested and while on trial Zoe pieced together what had happened with the help of a hypnotherapist, to ensure Jason was brought to justice.

Thu 27th July

Facing Evil

A decomposed body is found in the Sabine River, in central Texas. Dental records identify the victim as 23-year-old Marine Sergeant Elihue Parker. He's been caught in a violent love-triangle, now it's over. The prosecution says Elihue's estranged wife Kimberly Parker ordered his execution and had her lover, Damien Huckaby, pull the trigger. In June 2001, both are convicted of aggravated kidnapping. Damien gets life and Kimberly gets 99 years. Another tragic case of jealousy and greed? Not according to Kimberly. She says she's innocent and she wants a chance to tell Candice her side of the story.

Thu 27th July

Court Justice: Sydney

Sending a defendant to jail is never an easy decision for magistrates in Australia's busiest local court. Three defendants are now before them on serious charges, including a king hit and a robbery. The magistrates' judgements could change lives forever.

Thu 27th July

60 Days In

Enter Atlanta's Fulton County Jail, one of the most dangerous facilities in the country. With five times the number of inmates as previous seasons, rampant drug problems, a powerful gang population and the constant threat of violence, innocent participants plunge deeper into this dangerous world of incarceration. The Fulton County Jail, led by Chief Jailer Colonel Mark C. Adger, is plagued with rival gangs, drugs, and corruption. After learning about the tremendous success of the previous undercover programs in Clark County, Indiana, Colonel Adger, decided to use innocent civilians to help him expose the root of these issues, while providing an unbiased perspective of life inside his facility. The participants who infiltrate the jail this season include a special education teacher who works with at risk youth, a man who believes that the system has failed African Americans and wants to help fight discrimination, a former corrections officer who wants to see what it is like when the roles are reversed, a woman who met her husband while he was incarcerated and hopes to understand his institutionalised behaviour, a Marine with law enforcement aspirations, and others.

Thu 27th July

Homicide Hunter

Lieutenant Joe Kenda and his Colorado Springs crime-fighting team have solved an unprecedented 387 homicide investigations, resulting in a 92 percent solve rate. In each episode Kenda uses first person narrative along with dramatic re-creations to retell the stories of Kenda's most disturbing and challenging murder cases. The series takes viewers behind the scenes with one of the world's best homicide detectives to learn how murders are solved. In this episode, police are called to the scene of a quiet suburban residence, they are shocked to find a 24-year-old woman shot dead. Her mother has been gravely injured and disfigured, and her two year-old child barely clings to life. When the search for the killer goes cold, it's up to Lt Joe Kenda to find him. And after running down a series of bizarre clues, Kenda finds himself face-to-face with a killer.

Thu 27th July

Britain's Darkest Taboos

On January 2nd 2012, 18-year-old Myles Williams broke into the family home of his girlfriend Kirsty Treloar and murdered her in front of their 26 day old baby. The night before, violent Williams sent Kirsty a text with a new year's resolution promising not to hit her again. Twelve hours later, he killed her. For the first time on television, we hear from all of the family of Kirsty who were there that night. Williams had a history of violence towards women, but tragically Kirsty suffered in silence. The strength of the families and those left behind is truly inspirational. With expert analysis from forensic psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and psychologist Emma Kenny, we profile Williams and reveal the horrific impact his actions had on a loving family unit.

Thu 27th July

Cold Justice

On the morning on November 5, 1981, Laverne Mackey said goodbye to her 13-year-old daughter Kelly as she headed off to school. When Kelly returned home from school later that day, her mother was gone. It has been 33 years since her disappearance. The longer a case is cold, the harder it is to solve, and this case is not cold, it's frozen. Kelly and Yolanda need to find out what happened to Laverne and give her family some answers.

Thu 27th July

Evening

Cops

A groundbreaking reality series featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day.

Thu 27th July

Cops

A party-goer bites another person's finger. Three men claim they didn't know the vehicle they are in was stolen. A domestic-abuse suspect leads police on a chase through the streets.

Thu 27th July

The Hunt With John Walsh

In the years before Facebook and continuing into Facebook relevance, Kevin Stoeser is investigated for multiple cases of paedophilia. Charles Mozdir, a suspected "nice guy" paedophile, is also profiled.

Thu 27th July

Ice Cold Killers

On a frigid fall evening, hunter Larry Holman is found shot to death in his car in rural Missouri. The rear passenger window is shattered. He has suffered a single gunshot wound to the head. Police ask: is this a freak hunting accident, or a cold and calculating homicide? The mysterious case leaves an entire community on edge, as police begin to uncover an intricate web of infidelity, lies and an alleged murder for hire plot. Finally, a chilling confession comes from an unlikely suspect who nearly got away with murder.

Thu 27th July

Cold Case Files

Brad Perry had recently returned from his Mormon mission, was going to school, and had just gotten engaged. His family never expected that when he went to work the graveyard shift at his job as a gas station attendant they would never see him alive again. Brad, known as 'the peacemaker' in his family, was found tied up and brutally beaten in the storeroom of the gas station. No one could imagine a motive for the crime; who would target a mild-mannered, church-going college kid? Detectives have high hopes that they'll catch the killers - they've got two strong witnesses who provide a sketch of a man they saw with blood on his hands at the gas station. But the witnesses can't pick him out in a line up, and the case quickly goes cold.

Thu 27th July

Homicide Hunter

Lieutenant Joe Kenda and his Colorado Springs crime-fighting team have solved an unprecedented 387 homicide investigations, resulting in a 92 percent solve rate. In each episode Kenda uses first person narrative along with dramatic re-creations to retell the stories of Kenda's most disturbing and challenging murder cases. The series takes viewers behind the scenes with one of the world's best homicide detectives to learn how murders are solved. In this episode, It's the fourth of July, and an out-of-control car has just crashed in the parking lot of a convenience store. Emergency responders discover that the driver, 27-year-old Don Garcia, has been shot dead. After interviewing a rogue's gallery of potential eyewitnesses, Lt Joe Kenda discovers the victim was fleeing a Fourth of July party after a brawl erupted over some rap lyrics. But when he asks them to identify the killer, many of Kenda's eyewitnesses purposefully try to mislead him. The case slows to a standstill, until Kenda unearths a peculiar clue that sets him hot on the heels of the killer.

Thu 27th July

Court Justice: Sydney

Sending a defendant to jail is never an easy decision for magistrates in Australia's busiest local court. Three defendants are now before them on serious charges, including a king hit and a robbery. The magistrates' judgements could change lives forever.

Fri 28th July

Morning

Facing Evil

A decomposed body is found in the Sabine River, in central Texas. Dental records identify the victim as 23-year-old Marine Sergeant Elihue Parker. He's been caught in a violent love-triangle, now it's over. The prosecution says Elihue's estranged wife Kimberly Parker ordered his execution and had her lover, Damien Huckaby, pull the trigger. In June 2001, both are convicted of aggravated kidnapping. Damien gets life and Kimberly gets 99 years. Another tragic case of jealousy and greed? Not according to Kimberly. She says she's innocent and she wants a chance to tell Candice her side of the story.

Fri 28th July

Ice Cold Killers

On a frigid fall evening, hunter Larry Holman is found shot to death in his car in rural Missouri. The rear passenger window is shattered. He has suffered a single gunshot wound to the head. Police ask: is this a freak hunting accident, or a cold and calculating homicide? The mysterious case leaves an entire community on edge, as police begin to uncover an intricate web of infidelity, lies and an alleged murder for hire plot. Finally, a chilling confession comes from an unlikely suspect who nearly got away with murder.

Fri 28th July

Cold Case Files

Brad Perry had recently returned from his Mormon mission, was going to school, and had just gotten engaged. His family never expected that when he went to work the graveyard shift at his job as a gas station attendant they would never see him alive again. Brad, known as 'the peacemaker' in his family, was found tied up and brutally beaten in the storeroom of the gas station. No one could imagine a motive for the crime; who would target a mild-mannered, church-going college kid? Detectives have high hopes that they'll catch the killers - they've got two strong witnesses who provide a sketch of a man they saw with blood on his hands at the gas station. But the witnesses can't pick him out in a line up, and the case quickly goes cold.

Fri 28th July

Forensic Files

The woman was missing for a month. Police find her car but no evidence of foul play, only a fingerprint and a set of keys. There's a code on one of the keys, which they hope will unlock not only a door, but also the mystery of her disappearance.

Fri 28th July

Cops

A party-goer bites another person's finger. Three men claim they didn't know the vehicle they are in was stolen. A domestic-abuse suspect leads police on a chase through the streets.

Fri 28th July

World's Wildest Police Videos

This is the fast paced reality show featuring caught-on-tape criminals and the officers who take them down. Hosted by Sheriff John Bunnell, this program gathers footage of law enforcement personnel from across the country and around the world as they face the most dangerous pursuits, the most frightening shootouts, and the most extreme lawbreakers to ever challenge police, and put them in their place to keep our streets safe.

Fri 28th July

Southern Justice

More than 800 inmates occupy the jails of Sullivan County, Tennessee and Ashe County, North Carolina. The program's camera crews document the lives of inmates and jailers in one of the most beautiful regions of the USA, the Blue Ridge Mountains. More than 90 percent of inmates have been incarcerated as the result of some form of alcohol or drug abuse. Telling the stories of inmates, like a young mother addicted to prescription pain killers and an alcoholic returning to jail for the 24th time, this episode tells the personal stories of individuals for whom jail has become 'home'. Food and shelter are provided, as well as detox programs, at taxpayer expense. For many, it's a difficult but necessary choice when they can't find a job or remain sober 'outside'. Ashe and Sullivan County Sheriff officials provide camera crews extraordinary access to inmates in their cells and jailers on the job as they try to keep the peace behind bars, constantly monitoring cell blocks to stop fights, seek out and destroy contraband like tobacco, and provide simple yet effective rehabilitation opportunities, like helping those who didn't complete high school study for GED exams. This episode specifically focuses on three inmates, their efforts to gain coveted 'trustee' status and their hope to remain sober after they are freed.

Fri 28th July

Cops

A groundbreaking reality series featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day.

Fri 28th July

Forensic Investigators

Fifteen-year-old schoolgirl Janet Phillips went to a party in her small town of Wynnum, in Brisbane's Southside, in July 1987 and never came home. As her parents reported her missing, the body of a girl was found a couple of kilometres away. It was Janet. Police had a likely suspect but they were unable to prove he'd killed the teenager. As the years rolled by, the person of interest committed further assaults. When DNA technology was available, they were astounded that their suspect was eliminated. Then, there was a further attack on a young girl in Wynnum with chilling similarities to the way police believed Janet Phillips had been murdered 10 years before.

Fri 28th July

Cops

A party-goer bites another person's finger. Three men claim they didn't know the vehicle they are in was stolen. A domestic-abuse suspect leads police on a chase through the streets.

Fri 28th July

The Hunt With John Walsh

In the years before Facebook and continuing into Facebook relevance, Kevin Stoeser is investigated for multiple cases of paedophilia. Charles Mozdir, a suspected "nice guy" paedophile, is also profiled.

Fri 28th July

Ice Cold Killers

On a frigid fall evening, hunter Larry Holman is found shot to death in his car in rural Missouri. The rear passenger window is shattered. He has suffered a single gunshot wound to the head. Police ask: is this a freak hunting accident, or a cold and calculating homicide? The mysterious case leaves an entire community on edge, as police begin to uncover an intricate web of infidelity, lies and an alleged murder for hire plot. Finally, a chilling confession comes from an unlikely suspect who nearly got away with murder.

Fri 28th July

Cold Case Files

Brad Perry had recently returned from his Mormon mission, was going to school, and had just gotten engaged. His family never expected that when he went to work the graveyard shift at his job as a gas station attendant they would never see him alive again. Brad, known as 'the peacemaker' in his family, was found tied up and brutally beaten in the storeroom of the gas station. No one could imagine a motive for the crime; who would target a mild-mannered, church-going college kid? Detectives have high hopes that they'll catch the killers - they've got two strong witnesses who provide a sketch of a man they saw with blood on his hands at the gas station. But the witnesses can't pick him out in a line up, and the case quickly goes cold.

Fri 28th July

Britain's Darkest Taboos

On January 2nd 2012, 18-year-old Myles Williams broke into the family home of his girlfriend Kirsty Treloar and murdered her in front of their 26 day old baby. The night before, violent Williams sent Kirsty a text with a new year's resolution promising not to hit her again. Twelve hours later, he killed her. For the first time on television, we hear from all of the family of Kirsty who were there that night. Williams had a history of violence towards women, but tragically Kirsty suffered in silence. The strength of the families and those left behind is truly inspirational. With expert analysis from forensic psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and psychologist Emma Kenny, we profile Williams and reveal the horrific impact his actions had on a loving family unit.

Fri 28th July

Cold Justice

On the morning on November 5, 1981, Laverne Mackey said goodbye to her 13-year-old daughter Kelly as she headed off to school. When Kelly returned home from school later that day, her mother was gone. It has been 33 years since her disappearance. The longer a case is cold, the harder it is to solve, and this case is not cold, it's frozen. Kelly and Yolanda need to find out what happened to Laverne and give her family some answers.

Fri 28th July

Noon

The Hunt With John Walsh

In the years before Facebook and continuing into Facebook relevance, Kevin Stoeser is investigated for multiple cases of paedophilia. Charles Mozdir, a suspected "nice guy" paedophile, is also profiled.

Fri 28th July

Ice Cold Killers

On a frigid fall evening, hunter Larry Holman is found shot to death in his car in rural Missouri. The rear passenger window is shattered. He has suffered a single gunshot wound to the head. Police ask: is this a freak hunting accident, or a cold and calculating homicide? The mysterious case leaves an entire community on edge, as police begin to uncover an intricate web of infidelity, lies and an alleged murder for hire plot. Finally, a chilling confession comes from an unlikely suspect who nearly got away with murder.

Fri 28th July

Cold Case Files

Brad Perry had recently returned from his Mormon mission, was going to school, and had just gotten engaged. His family never expected that when he went to work the graveyard shift at his job as a gas station attendant they would never see him alive again. Brad, known as 'the peacemaker' in his family, was found tied up and brutally beaten in the storeroom of the gas station. No one could imagine a motive for the crime; who would target a mild-mannered, church-going college kid? Detectives have high hopes that they'll catch the killers - they've got two strong witnesses who provide a sketch of a man they saw with blood on his hands at the gas station. But the witnesses can't pick him out in a line up, and the case quickly goes cold.

Fri 28th July

Homicide Hunter

Lieutenant Joe Kenda and his Colorado Springs crime-fighting team have solved an unprecedented 387 homicide investigations, resulting in a 92 percent solve rate. In each episode Kenda uses first person narrative along with dramatic re-creations to retell the stories of Kenda's most disturbing and challenging murder cases. The series takes viewers behind the scenes with one of the world's best homicide detectives to learn how murders are solved. In this episode, It's the fourth of July, and an out-of-control car has just crashed in the parking lot of a convenience store. Emergency responders discover that the driver, 27-year-old Don Garcia, has been shot dead. After interviewing a rogue's gallery of potential eyewitnesses, Lt Joe Kenda discovers the victim was fleeing a Fourth of July party after a brawl erupted over some rap lyrics. But when he asks them to identify the killer, many of Kenda's eyewitnesses purposefully try to mislead him. The case slows to a standstill, until Kenda unearths a peculiar clue that sets him hot on the heels of the killer.

Fri 28th July

Britain's Darkest Taboos

In a horrific story of a holiday romance gone wrong, Kurdish Turk Ensar Gol brutally murdered his 28-year-old wife Michala and his mother in law, 50-year-old Julie Sahin in Thame, Oxfordshire in September 2011. Gol stabbed Michala more than 40 times in front of their four-year-old daughter and then stabbed Julie more than 50 times before heading into Thame town centre armed with the knife. With incredible access to dramatic CCTV footage of Gol's arrest, we chart the course of events that led to the murders. Michala met Waiter Gol in Bodrum in 2007 and had two children with him before marrying him in March 2011. Gol eventually got his visa and moved to the UK in August. Less than a month later he killed them. Gol chillingly posted on Facebook days before the killing saying "The English papers will talk of the crazy wolf, Kurdish Turk who covered the streets of London with blood." In this tragic episode we talk to the family and friends of both victims and we interview the police involved in the case. With never been before seen exclusive footage and expert analysis from Forensic psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and psychologist Emma Kenny, we get an insight into the mind of Ensar Gol, plus we reveal the devastating impact the murders have had on friends and family.

Fri 28th July

Cold Justice

Once again, Kelly is without Yolanda on this cold case. She brings along her long-time friend, Detective Alan Brown to investigate one of the most horrific murders they have ever seen. They are in Puducah, Kentucky to look into the 2006 murder of 81-year-old Doctor Frank Shemwell who was the town's beloved doctor. On the afternoon of July 24, Frank's wife, Penny returned home to find the house on fire with Frank still inside. When the fire department showed up, they found Dr Shemwell's body on the floor, burned beyond recognition. Arson cases are always harder to investigate as the physical evidence is usually destroyed by the fire, which means Kelly and Alan need to focus on finding the proper witnesses to the case in order to piece together what happened and find who committed this cold hearted evil act.

Fri 28th July

Evening

Cops

A groundbreaking reality series featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day.

Fri 28th July

Cops

A stolen SUV is driven through a residential neighbourhood. A drunk man wields a kitchen knife. Two usual suspects head back to jail after their latest escapades.

Fri 28th July

Cops

A groundbreaking reality series featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day.

Fri 28th July

Court Justice: Sydney

Sending a defendant to jail is never an easy decision for magistrates in Australia's busiest local court. Three defendants are now before them on serious charges, including a king hit and a robbery. The magistrates' judgements could change lives forever.

Fri 28th July

24 To Life

After losing her family fortune, desperate measures caused Erika to commit a crime that incriminated her entire family. Now her siblings all face jail time and Erika has 24 hours to save them from their uncertain fate. Meanwhile, Lilly is a single mum whose crime destroyed her daughter's dream of becoming a lawyer. In her last day of freedom, she must prove she has changed her ways to reconcile with her daughter.

Fri 28th July

Iceman Confesses: Secrets of a Hitman

Devoted husband. Loving father. Ruthless killer. Richard Kuklinski is a convicted murderer who has freely admitted to killing over 100 people in cold blood. And this month, a decade since it last visited him in prison, America Undercover takes viewers back inside his cold, calculating mind for all-new, never-before-heard confessions from the notorious Iceman. HBO presents a startling follow-up to April 1992's The Iceman Tapes: Conversations with a Killer - America Undercover, in which one of America's most ruthless killers admitted on-camera to killing over 100 people over 30 years before being caught in 1986. Through all-new footage of Richard Kuklinski taped inside of Trenton State Prison in New Jersey (where he continues to serve two consecutive life sentences for multiple homicide) plus photo stills, crime re-enactments, and home movies, this 45-minute documentary sheds new light on the mind of this infamous killer: a remorseless, meticulous predator whose own family knew nothing about his violent career until he was brought to justice 15 years ago.

Fri 28th July

60 Days In

Enter Atlanta's Fulton County Jail, one of the most dangerous facilities in the country. With five times the number of inmates as previous seasons, rampant drug problems, a powerful gang population and the constant threat of violence, innocent participants plunge deeper into this dangerous world of incarceration. The Fulton County Jail, led by Chief Jailer Colonel Mark C. Adger, is plagued with rival gangs, drugs, and corruption. After learning about the tremendous success of the previous undercover programs in Clark County, Indiana, Colonel Adger, decided to use innocent civilians to help him expose the root of these issues, while providing an unbiased perspective of life inside his facility. The participants who infiltrate the jail this season include a special education teacher who works with at risk youth, a man who believes that the system has failed African Americans and wants to help fight discrimination, a former corrections officer who wants to see what it is like when the roles are reversed, a woman who met her husband while he was incarcerated and hopes to understand his institutionalised behaviour, a Marine with law enforcement aspirations, and others.

Fri 28th July

Louisiana Lockdown

Warden Burl Cain decides who moves up the ranks at Angola. When the Warden tasks former bad boy Lt. Col. Harvey Slater with running a public horse auction it's a test of Slater's abilities. As the sale draws closer Slater confronts possible failure and his increasingly troubled home life. Meanwhile Lenny Nicolas, one of Slater's inmate trainers who is serving life on a second degree murder charge, faces parting with the only family he has: his horses. And Warden Cain tries to enforce order, but is met with a hunger strike.

Sat 29th July

Morning

The Haunting Of

Comedian and actress Margaret Cho returns to the house in Peachtree, Georgia, where she experienced such a terrifying and violent energy that the memory continues to haunt her today. With psychic medium Kim Russo by her side, they discover the spirits that Margaret felt and learn why she was the perfect target.

Sat 29th July

60 Days In

Enter Atlanta's Fulton County Jail, one of the most dangerous facilities in the country. With five times the number of inmates as previous seasons, rampant drug problems, a powerful gang population and the constant threat of violence, innocent participants plunge deeper into this dangerous world of incarceration. The Fulton County Jail, led by Chief Jailer Colonel Mark C. Adger, is plagued with rival gangs, drugs, and corruption. After learning about the tremendous success of the previous undercover programs in Clark County, Indiana, Colonel Adger, decided to use innocent civilians to help him expose the root of these issues, while providing an unbiased perspective of life inside his facility. The participants who infiltrate the jail this season include a special education teacher who works with at risk youth, a man who believes that the system has failed African Americans and wants to help fight discrimination, a former corrections officer who wants to see what it is like when the roles are reversed, a woman who met her husband while he was incarcerated and hopes to understand his institutionalised behaviour, a Marine with law enforcement aspirations, and others.

Sat 29th July

Cops

A stolen SUV is driven through a residential neighbourhood. A drunk man wields a kitchen knife. Two usual suspects head back to jail after their latest escapades.

Sat 29th July

World's Wildest Police Videos

This is the fast paced reality show featuring caught-on-tape criminals and the officers who take them down. Hosted by Sheriff John Bunnell, this program gathers footage of law enforcement personnel from across the country and around the world as they face the most dangerous pursuits, the most frightening shootouts, and the most extreme lawbreakers to ever challenge police, and put them in their place to keep our streets safe.

Sat 29th July

Southern Justice

Ashe County, NC covers more than 1000 square kilometres of Appalachia but has only 27,000 permanent residents. Many live below the poverty line. Jobs for unskilled labourers have decreased dramatically over the past decade, with factories and coal mines closing. One of the most beautiful areas of the country has the state's highest suicide rate, due primarily to economic and emotional depression. Josh "Hoppy" Hopkins grew up in the area but rose above the temptations to become an Ashe County Deputy Sheriff. Now, he is known for his "tough love" on the job, enforcing the law while trying to improve people's lives and pull them out of psychological downward spirals. It's a philosophy that Ashe Sheriff James Williams has encouraged ever since first elected in 2006. In this episode of "Southern Justice", Hoppy's "tough love" is tested to the limit when his own sister Wendy is arrested in a meth bust. He knew she had been battling addiction for years but was hoping she had finally been able to free herself from her demons. While Hoppy's fellow deputies conduct a successful manhunt for Wendy's boyfriend, a drug dealer who has already served prison time, the Hopkins family struggles with how to handle Wendy's legal, financial and emotional nightmare. Sullivan County, TN faces the same drug problems but on a larger scale. Although the county also covers just over 1000 square kilometres, its population is 150,000. Every deputy in Sullivan has busted a meth lab at one time or another. In this episode, Deputy Sam Matney and other officers are called to bust a suspected drug house where meth is reportedly being made. An informant specifically cites seeing "needles" present. But the bust is a bust. No meth-making paraphernalia is found. And the only "needle" found in the house turns out to be a turkey baster.

Sat 29th July

Cops

A groundbreaking reality series featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day.

Sat 29th July

Forensic Investigators

An Easter family holiday ends in tragedy when a truck collides with a caravan, killing a 12-year-old boy. The truck driver failed to stop. With no license plate number and little to go on, finding the person responsible would take a miracle from above.

Sat 29th July

Cops

A stolen SUV is driven through a residential neighbourhood. A drunk man wields a kitchen knife. Two usual suspects head back to jail after their latest escapades.

Sat 29th July

24 To Life

After losing her family fortune, desperate measures caused Erika to commit a crime that incriminated her entire family. Now her siblings all face jail time and Erika has 24 hours to save them from their uncertain fate. Meanwhile, Lilly is a single mum whose crime destroyed her daughter's dream of becoming a lawyer. In her last day of freedom, she must prove she has changed her ways to reconcile with her daughter.

Sat 29th July

Louisiana Lockdown

Warden Burl Cain decides who moves up the ranks at Angola. When the Warden tasks former bad boy Lt. Col. Harvey Slater with running a public horse auction it's a test of Slater's abilities. As the sale draws closer Slater confronts possible failure and his increasingly troubled home life. Meanwhile Lenny Nicolas, one of Slater's inmate trainers who is serving life on a second degree murder charge, faces parting with the only family he has: his horses. And Warden Cain tries to enforce order, but is met with a hunger strike.

Sat 29th July

Iceman Confesses: Secrets of a Hitman

Devoted husband. Loving father. Ruthless killer. Richard Kuklinski is a convicted murderer who has freely admitted to killing over 100 people in cold blood. And this month, a decade since it last visited him in prison, America Undercover takes viewers back inside his cold, calculating mind for all-new, never-before-heard confessions from the notorious Iceman. HBO presents a startling follow-up to April 1992's The Iceman Tapes: Conversations with a Killer - America Undercover, in which one of America's most ruthless killers admitted on-camera to killing over 100 people over 30 years before being caught in 1986. Through all-new footage of Richard Kuklinski taped inside of Trenton State Prison in New Jersey (where he continues to serve two consecutive life sentences for multiple homicide) plus photo stills, crime re-enactments, and home movies, this 45-minute documentary sheds new light on the mind of this infamous killer: a remorseless, meticulous predator whose own family knew nothing about his violent career until he was brought to justice 15 years ago.

Sat 29th July

Britain's Darkest Taboos

In a horrific story of a holiday romance gone wrong, Kurdish Turk Ensar Gol brutally murdered his 28-year-old wife Michala and his mother in law, 50-year-old Julie Sahin in Thame, Oxfordshire in September 2011. Gol stabbed Michala more than 40 times in front of their four-year-old daughter and then stabbed Julie more than 50 times before heading into Thame town centre armed with the knife. With incredible access to dramatic CCTV footage of Gol's arrest, we chart the course of events that led to the murders. Michala met Waiter Gol in Bodrum in 2007 and had two children with him before marrying him in March 2011. Gol eventually got his visa and moved to the UK in August. Less than a month later he killed them. Gol chillingly posted on Facebook days before the killing saying "The English papers will talk of the crazy wolf, Kurdish Turk who covered the streets of London with blood." In this tragic episode we talk to the family and friends of both victims and we interview the police involved in the case. With never been before seen exclusive footage and expert analysis from Forensic psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and psychologist Emma Kenny, we get an insight into the mind of Ensar Gol, plus we reveal the devastating impact the murders have had on friends and family.

Sat 29th July

Cold Justice

Once again, Kelly is without Yolanda on this cold case. She brings along her long-time friend, Detective Alan Brown to investigate one of the most horrific murders they have ever seen. They are in Puducah, Kentucky to look into the 2006 murder of 81-year-old Doctor Frank Shemwell who was the town's beloved doctor. On the afternoon of July 24, Frank's wife, Penny returned home to find the house on fire with Frank still inside. When the fire department showed up, they found Dr Shemwell's body on the floor, burned beyond recognition. Arson cases are always harder to investigate as the physical evidence is usually destroyed by the fire, which means Kelly and Alan need to focus on finding the proper witnesses to the case in order to piece together what happened and find who committed this cold hearted evil act.

Sat 29th July

Noon

24 To Life

After losing her family fortune, desperate measures caused Erika to commit a crime that incriminated her entire family. Now her siblings all face jail time and Erika has 24 hours to save them from their uncertain fate. Meanwhile, Lilly is a single mum whose crime destroyed her daughter's dream of becoming a lawyer. In her last day of freedom, she must prove she has changed her ways to reconcile with her daughter.

Sat 29th July

Unusual Suspects

In 1985, an LA County Sheriff is gunned down in his vehicle. Investigators drill down the slain cop's list of enemies with no results. In 1999, a multiagency task force shines a new light on the old case, illuminating a culprit who defies belief.

Sat 29th July

Unusual Suspects

When tycoon Andrew Kissel is stabbed to death in his Greenwich mansion, detectives are faced with a long list of suspects. Practically everyone who knew the victim has a motive for murder. Ultimately, a secret money trail reveals the guilty party.

Sat 29th July

On the Case

It was the fall of 1998, in Panama City, Florida when police received a chilling 911 call. On the phone was a hysterical woman screaming that an intruder had forced his way into her home and repeatedly shot her husband. When officers arrived, they saw Ron Stovall covered in blood. He had been shot at least five times by two different weapons. The final blast had come from a shotgun at point blank range. While there was no sign of the gunman, police found 26-year-old, Angeleka Stovall, and her children hiding in a bedroom. She told police that an armed intruder had forced his way into her home and shot her husband. She said that she had been incredibly lucky to escape the hail of bullets. Investigators couldn't find any evidence that pointed to the motive for the crime. Nothing had been stolen and on the surface it appeared the victim had no enemies. But the execution styled murder was no random act of violence.

Sat 29th July

Cops

A groundbreaking reality series featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day.

Sat 29th July

Court Justice: Sydney

Sending a defendant to jail is never an easy decision for magistrates in Australia's busiest local court. Three defendants are now before them on serious charges, including a king hit and a robbery. The magistrates' judgements could change lives forever.

Sat 29th July

60 Days In

Enter Atlanta's Fulton County Jail, one of the most dangerous facilities in the country. With five times the number of inmates as previous seasons, rampant drug problems, a powerful gang population and the constant threat of violence, innocent participants plunge deeper into this dangerous world of incarceration. The Fulton County Jail, led by Chief Jailer Colonel Mark C. Adger, is plagued with rival gangs, drugs, and corruption. After learning about the tremendous success of the previous undercover programs in Clark County, Indiana, Colonel Adger, decided to use innocent civilians to help him expose the root of these issues, while providing an unbiased perspective of life inside his facility. The participants who infiltrate the jail this season include a special education teacher who works with at risk youth, a man who believes that the system has failed African Americans and wants to help fight discrimination, a former corrections officer who wants to see what it is like when the roles are reversed, a woman who met her husband while he was incarcerated and hopes to understand his institutionalised behaviour, a Marine with law enforcement aspirations, and others.

Sat 29th July

Evening

Deadly Women

When a woman's true passion is causing pain, her partner is in for a rocky ride. For an English mother, torturing Dad becomes a game the whole family can play, a ruthless bully, who beats her near-blind boyfriend and an abused wife, who plots the revenge of a lifetime. Love does not feature in their relationships, because these dangerous women have sadistic souls.

Sat 29th July

My Crazy Ex

An insanely competitive woman reveals the ugly side of bowling, and her unsuspecting new boyfriend takes the fall. A woman on the rebound thinks she's finally found a simple man, but he reveals a very complicated past. After getting unexpectedly dumped, a man falls hard for his rebound girlfriend until she becomes strangely jealous of his ex.

Sat 29th July

Fatal Vows

California beauty Pegye Marshall meets ace volleyball player Eric Bechler, on the pristine white sands of ritzy Newport Beach. Pegye's making big bucks as the owner of her own physiotherapy clinic, and within a year Eric's her employee and husband. Three kids follow, as do expensive sports cars, a big house and lavish parties. But years of hedonistic living, reckless spending and shady business practices are all it takes to make this picture-perfect marriage dead in the water.

Sat 29th July

Beware The Slenderman

This film tells the true story of 12-year-old's Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier, who lured their best friend into the woods, stabbed her 19 times, then confessed they did it to appease a tall and faceless man known online as Slenderman.

Sat 29th July

Crimes Of The Century

From 1978 to 1995, Theodore John 'Ted' Kaczynski, a former mathematician with a PhD from the University of Michigan, engaged in a nationwide bombing campaign against modern technology, planting or mailing 16 homemade bombs to unsuspecting victims, killing three people and injuring 23 others. Known as 'The Unabomber', he was the target of one of the most extensive and costliest investigations ever conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Finally, in 1995, when the Unabomber Manifesto was published, Kaczynski's brother David and David's wife Linda recognised Kaczynski's style of writing and notified the FBI. FBI officers arrested Theodore Kaczynski on April 3, 1996 at his remote cabin outside Lincoln, Montana. Inside the cabin, the investigators found what appeared to be the original typed manuscript of the manifesto and thousands of handwritten journal pages that included bomb-making experiments, as well as descriptions of the Unabomber crimes. Also discovered were numerous bomb components and one live bomb, ready for mailing. After trying unsuccessfully to dismiss his court-appointed lawyers because they wanted to plead insanity, the court entered a plea agreement, under which he pleaded guilty and was sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole. Kaczynski has since been designated a "domestic terrorist" by the FBI and is currently incarcerated at ADX Florence, a "supermax" prison that houses those federal inmates who are deemed the most dangerous and in need of the tightest control.

Sun 30th July

Morning

The Haunting Of

Comedian and actor Orlando Jones revisits the North Carolina hotel where he had a paranormal experience so frightening that it forced him to flee in the middle of the night. Together with psychic medium, Kim Russo, they uncover the shocking story of what haunted to him that night and the truth that he must now accept.

Sun 30th July

My Dirty Little Secret

Lisa underwood is living the life she always wanted, as the co-owner of a restaurant in Fort Worth, Texas. Eight months pregnant, Lisa is excitedly preparing for the birth of a baby girl, and she is already a strong single mother to seven-year-old Jayden. But eight months into her pregnancy, no one knows who the baby's father is. Lisa's not in a relationship, and doesn't appear to be interested in revealing her secret. With a thriving business, a happy family, and the love and support of friends, Lisa Underwood is excited for the future. On February 19th, 2005, Lisa's mother, Sheila, and her best friend and business partner, Holly, throw her a baby shower at her restaurant. When Sheila's attempts to locate her daughter and grandson yield no results, she calls police. Who would want to hurt this beloved member of the community or her son? As their investigation unfolds, police uncover a series of shocking secrets and lies that lead them to the shocking truth behind Lisa's disappearance.

Sun 30th July

Elder Skelter

This program unravels the shocking and bizarre stories of senior citizens who committed cold, calculating murders and other heinous crimes. Even more surprising, these people spent their lives as model citizens, loving family members, and contributors to society. Until, in their final years, or even months, they cracked. Now they're spending the rest of their retirement someplace they never planned for: prison.

Sun 30th July

My Crazy Ex

An insanely competitive woman reveals the ugly side of bowling, and her unsuspecting new boyfriend takes the fall. A woman on the rebound thinks she's finally found a simple man, but he reveals a very complicated past. After getting unexpectedly dumped, a man falls hard for his rebound girlfriend until she becomes strangely jealous of his ex.

Sun 30th July

Fatal Vows

California beauty Pegye Marshall meets ace volleyball player Eric Bechler, on the pristine white sands of ritzy Newport Beach. Pegye's making big bucks as the owner of her own physiotherapy clinic, and within a year Eric's her employee and husband. Three kids follow, as do expensive sports cars, a big house and lavish parties. But years of hedonistic living, reckless spending and shady business practices are all it takes to make this picture-perfect marriage dead in the water.

Sun 30th July

Deadly Women

When a woman's true passion is causing pain, her partner is in for a rocky ride. For an English mother, torturing Dad becomes a game the whole family can play, a ruthless bully, who beats her near-blind boyfriend and an abused wife, who plots the revenge of a lifetime. Love does not feature in their relationships, because these dangerous women have sadistic souls.

Sun 30th July

Suburban Secrets

Grapevine, Texas resident David Nixon doesn't show up for work one day, but his absence doesn't raise too many alarms. Nixon is Grapevine's resident playboy, gallivanting around town with a party group. But when two more days go by with no word from Nixon, everyone begins to fear the worst. Just as police get involved, a suspicious fire in the nearby town of Grand Prairie leads to a shocking discovery; Nixon's body is recovered, shot and burned beyond recognition. But the most terrifying revelation is yet to come.

Sun 30th July

Body of Evidence

In Debary County, Florida, a burglar and peeping tom was prowling the neighbourhood. After their homes were burgled, victims noted a strange sensation of being watched while they slept. Things soon took a turn for the worse. During a crime spree one evening, the perpetrator burglarised one house, then went next door and sexually assaulted a woman. Detectives brought in FDLE Profiler Dayle Hinman to assist in the investigation before the attacker struck again. Immediately Agent Hinman noticed several unusual things about the crime including the fact that the attacker had taken special care of the victim during the attack.

Sun 30th July

Crime Stories

The cameras go behind the scenes with ATF special agents who investigated disaster sites like the World Trade Centre, Oklahoma City and The Pentagon.

Sun 30th July

Crime Stories

Find out how simply putting pen to paper, criminals leave behind a crucial piece of evidence that can be as definitive as a fingerprint. This episode focuses on the work of the forensic experts who meticulously study elaborate forgeries and crime scene documents, searching for clues to solve some of the most fascinating crimes of the 20th Century. Through compelling interviews and dramatic re-creations we will explore the cases of the JFK Letters, the Mormon Paper forgeries, and visit the Secret Service's specialised Document Division.

Sun 30th July

Crimes Of The Century

From 1978 to 1995, Theodore John 'Ted' Kaczynski, a former mathematician with a PhD from the University of Michigan, engaged in a nationwide bombing campaign against modern technology, planting or mailing 16 homemade bombs to unsuspecting victims, killing three people and injuring 23 others. Known as 'The Unabomber', he was the target of one of the most extensive and costliest investigations ever conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Finally, in 1995, when the Unabomber Manifesto was published, Kaczynski's brother David and David's wife Linda recognised Kaczynski's style of writing and notified the FBI. FBI officers arrested Theodore Kaczynski on April 3, 1996 at his remote cabin outside Lincoln, Montana. Inside the cabin, the investigators found what appeared to be the original typed manuscript of the manifesto and thousands of handwritten journal pages that included bomb-making experiments, as well as descriptions of the Unabomber crimes. Also discovered were numerous bomb components and one live bomb, ready for mailing. After trying unsuccessfully to dismiss his court-appointed lawyers because they wanted to plead insanity, the court entered a plea agreement, under which he pleaded guilty and was sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole. Kaczynski has since been designated a "domestic terrorist" by the FBI and is currently incarcerated at ADX Florence, a "supermax" prison that houses those federal inmates who are deemed the most dangerous and in need of the tightest control.

Sun 30th July

Cold Blood

In the summer of 1991, Mike and Missy MacIvor are living the American dream in the Florida Keys. Missy is a primary school teacher, eight months pregnant with their son and Mike is a professional pilot with a thriving aviation parts company. But the couple's promising future is cut short when they are both strangled to death in their home. Because their unborn baby could have survived on his own, the case is classified as a triple homicide. Suspicions about drug smuggling and a tip about a business deal gone wrong send detectives to Belize. But after exhausting several promising leads, detectives are back at square one with no suspects. Months of wrong turns in the case leave police and family members feeling frustrated. That is, until investigators take a new approach that leads them to straight to the killer.

Sun 30th July

Beware The Slenderman

This film tells the true story of 12-year-old's Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier, who lured their best friend into the woods, stabbed her 19 times, then confessed they did it to appease a tall and faceless man known online as Slenderman.

Sun 30th July

Noon

My Crazy Ex

An insanely competitive woman reveals the ugly side of bowling, and her unsuspecting new boyfriend takes the fall. A woman on the rebound thinks she's finally found a simple man, but he reveals a very complicated past. After getting unexpectedly dumped, a man falls hard for his rebound girlfriend until she becomes strangely jealous of his ex.

Sun 30th July

Fatal Vows

California beauty Pegye Marshall meets ace volleyball player Eric Bechler, on the pristine white sands of ritzy Newport Beach. Pegye's making big bucks as the owner of her own physiotherapy clinic, and within a year Eric's her employee and husband. Three kids follow, as do expensive sports cars, a big house and lavish parties. But years of hedonistic living, reckless spending and shady business practices are all it takes to make this picture-perfect marriage dead in the water.

Sun 30th July

Cold Case Files

Brad Perry had recently returned from his Mormon mission, was going to school, and had just gotten engaged. His family never expected that when he went to work the graveyard shift at his job as a gas station attendant they would never see him alive again. Brad, known as 'the peacemaker' in his family, was found tied up and brutally beaten in the storeroom of the gas station. No one could imagine a motive for the crime; who would target a mild-mannered, church-going college kid? Detectives have high hopes that they'll catch the killers - they've got two strong witnesses who provide a sketch of a man they saw with blood on his hands at the gas station. But the witnesses can't pick him out in a line up, and the case quickly goes cold.

Sun 30th July

The First 48

In Miami, Sgt Louis Melancon and Det Carlos Castellanos investigate the murder of two men savagely gunned down in the middle of a residential street. Detectives learn that a roommate of the two victims is missing. They now need to track him down to find out what he knows about the murders. In Cincinnati, Det Hilbert and his team search for the suspect in a shooting that left one man dead and another wounded. Detectives hope the wounded man will be able to identify their shooter.

Sun 30th July

CCTV: Caught on Camera

Brits are caught on camera as often as 300 times a day, more than any other country in the world. Meet the real life 'big brother', the people watching them 24 hours a day. On the streets, at work and at play, the police, councils and other citizens constantly monitor their behaviour. They identify threats to society and are always there should they need help. Is this loss of privacy a reasonable price to pay for peace of mind? This insightful series explores our growing reliance on CCTV and considers whether it is a worthy replacement for policemen on the beat or good old-fashioned community spirit.

Sun 30th July

Evening

The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door

A driveway dispute leaves one man at loggerheads with his new neighbours and when the fences go up, he takes to the roof. It's a dog eat dog world in London when two neighbours go to war and a friendly welcome becomes unwanted intrusion for one Bolton family.

Sun 30th July

Court Justice: Sydney

Sydney's busiest local courts are home to heartbroken parents supporting errant children as they face the full weight of the law. A young man has attacked police at Mardi Gras, a budding athlete has been caught possessing ice, and a man on a second drink driving charge is read the riot act.

Sun 30th July

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

Two murders in New Jersey, starting with the case of Kimberly Tetz, 29, who is found slumped over the wheel of her car in a park. She's been shot in the head. At first it seems a stalker may be responsible. But then suspicion falls on her husband Ed, 26, who's been enjoying steamy romps with a secret lover. In a Bergen County park, a woman out for a stroll discovers the body of Floribeth Chinchilla, 36, who has been repeatedly stabbed. The trail leads back to her married lover, Keith Middleton, 35.

Sun 30th July

Serial Killer Sunday

Ian Brady and Myra Hindley were a match made in hell. What began as a sadistic relationship between two unstable adults ended with the deaths of five innocent children. Known as the Moors Murderers, they buried their young victims in a deserted moor but to this day, the body of 12-year-old Keith Bennet has never been found. Now, 50 years since the horrific murders, best-selling author Duncan Staff leads an investigation into startling new evidence. Did the Moors Murderers have a second burial ground? And did they use photographs to mark victim's graves? With full access to the case file photographs and interviews with a victim who escaped, the film chases down the leads the police failed to follow.

Sun 30th July

Death Row Stories

In 1996, two young boys were brutally murdered in their Dallas area home. Their mother, Darlie Routier, who was stabbed within two millimeters of her carotid artery, claimed an intruder was responsible for the attacks. Darlie was arrested, charged, and sent to death row for the crime. Within a year of her conviction, an unprecedented issue with Darlie's trial transcript lead appellate attorney Stephen Cooper to raise questions about the fairness of her trial, the thoroughness of the investigation and the integrity of the prosecution in her trial. Darlie also found unexpected support from a wealthy Waco businessman named Brian Pardo, who arranged a lie detector test for Darlie's husband, which he failed. In this gripping episode, Darlie's sole surviving son Drake, speaks for the first time about the crime, and his mother's innocence.

Sun 30th July

Court Justice: Sydney

Sydney's busiest local courts are home to heartbroken parents supporting errant children as they face the full weight of the law. A young man has attacked police at Mardi Gras, a budding athlete has been caught possessing ice, and a man on a second drink driving charge is read the riot act.

Sun 30th July

Court Justice: Sydney

People from all walks of life end up in Australia's busiest local court. A drug addict, two disrespectful twentysomethings and a priest who has been charged during a protest appear before the magistrates. Before the law all are treated equally.

Sun 30th July

The Missing

Every two minutes, someone in Britain disappears. Most are found within 48 hours. But every year, more than 2000 people go missing and never return. This is a powerful documentary following the extraordinary stories of three families struggling to cope after a loved one has vanished without a trace. A brother, a husband, and a mother have gone missing - three mysterious disappearances that have left detectives scratching their heads. Their families are in limbo, unable to move forward without closure. This film explores how hope drives them to extraordinary lengths as they try to bring their missing loved ones home.

Mon 31st July

Morning

Court Justice: Sydney

Sydney's busiest local courts are home to heartbroken parents supporting errant children as they face the full weight of the law. A young man has attacked police at Mardi Gras, a budding athlete has been caught possessing ice, and a man on a second drink driving charge is read the riot act.

Mon 31st July

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

Two murders in New Jersey, starting with the case of Kimberly Tetz, 29, who is found slumped over the wheel of her car in a park. She's been shot in the head. At first it seems a stalker may be responsible. But then suspicion falls on her husband Ed, 26, who's been enjoying steamy romps with a secret lover. In a Bergen County park, a woman out for a stroll discovers the body of Floribeth Chinchilla, 36, who has been repeatedly stabbed. The trail leads back to her married lover, Keith Middleton, 35.

Mon 31st July

Killer Instinct

With extraordinary access to key witnesses and survivors, each story is examined in forensic detail as we go through every twist and turn until the killers are nailed. Combining analytical skill with unique interviews the series takes us right to the heart of every story. Compelling court and police archive, heart-breaking testimony from victims and their families, plus powerful dramatic reconstruction will captivate audiences. Patrick Fleming served his country in Vietnam and in Seattle Washington in 2010, he's found the love of his life in Rosemary Garnett. They live in a retirement community and plan on getting married. Patrick has lots of friends there and enjoys showing off his $60,000 coin collection to as many as possible. But when he shows them off to new resident Sylvia Sutton as well as Sylvia's niece, he has no idea he's just sealed his fate. That's because the elderly Sylvia is being drugged by her niece who in reality is a Gypsy con woman named Brenda Nicholas. Brenda and her minions have already conned Sylvia out of her life savings of more than one million dollars, but still want more. So Brenda sets her sights on Patrick's coin collection and recruits two associates to rob and murder him. After the crime goes down, Seattle homicide detective Cloyd Steiger teams up with fellow detective Pamela St John from the Seattle PD's elderly exploitation unit. She's been investigating the monetary crimes against Sylvia. Together these seasoned detectives track down Brenda Nicholas and finally bring her and her associates to justice for the brutal murder of Patrick Fleming.

Mon 31st July

The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door

A driveway dispute leaves one man at loggerheads with his new neighbours and when the fences go up, he takes to the roof. It's a dog eat dog world in London when two neighbours go to war and a friendly welcome becomes unwanted intrusion for one Bolton family.

Mon 31st July

Serial Killer Sunday

Ian Brady and Myra Hindley were a match made in hell. What began as a sadistic relationship between two unstable adults ended with the deaths of five innocent children. Known as the Moors Murderers, they buried their young victims in a deserted moor but to this day, the body of 12-year-old Keith Bennet has never been found. Now, 50 years since the horrific murders, best-selling author Duncan Staff leads an investigation into startling new evidence. Did the Moors Murderers have a second burial ground? And did they use photographs to mark victim's graves? With full access to the case file photographs and interviews with a victim who escaped, the film chases down the leads the police failed to follow.

Mon 31st July

Death Row Stories

In 1996, two young boys were brutally murdered in their Dallas area home. Their mother, Darlie Routier, who was stabbed within two millimeters of her carotid artery, claimed an intruder was responsible for the attacks. Darlie was arrested, charged, and sent to death row for the crime. Within a year of her conviction, an unprecedented issue with Darlie's trial transcript lead appellate attorney Stephen Cooper to raise questions about the fairness of her trial, the thoroughness of the investigation and the integrity of the prosecution in her trial. Darlie also found unexpected support from a wealthy Waco businessman named Brian Pardo, who arranged a lie detector test for Darlie's husband, which he failed. In this gripping episode, Darlie's sole surviving son Drake, speaks for the first time about the crime, and his mother's innocence.

Mon 31st July

Cold Blood

In the summer of 1991, Mike and Missy MacIvor are living the American dream in the Florida Keys. Missy is a primary school teacher, eight months pregnant with their son and Mike is a professional pilot with a thriving aviation parts company. But the couple's promising future is cut short when they are both strangled to death in their home. Because their unborn baby could have survived on his own, the case is classified as a triple homicide. Suspicions about drug smuggling and a tip about a business deal gone wrong send detectives to Belize. But after exhausting several promising leads, detectives are back at square one with no suspects. Months of wrong turns in the case leave police and family members feeling frustrated. That is, until investigators take a new approach that leads them to straight to the killer.

Mon 31st July

Killer Instinct

With extraordinary access to key witnesses and survivors, each story is examined in forensic detail as we go through every twist and turn until the killers are nailed. Combining analytical skill with unique interviews the series takes us right to the heart of every story. Compelling court and police archive, heart-breaking testimony from victims and their families, plus powerful dramatic reconstruction will captivate audiences. Patrick Fleming served his country in Vietnam and in Seattle Washington in 2010, he's found the love of his life in Rosemary Garnett. They live in a retirement community and plan on getting married. Patrick has lots of friends there and enjoys showing off his $60,000 coin collection to as many as possible. But when he shows them off to new resident Sylvia Sutton as well as Sylvia's niece, he has no idea he's just sealed his fate. That's because the elderly Sylvia is being drugged by her niece who in reality is a Gypsy con woman named Brenda Nicholas. Brenda and her minions have already conned Sylvia out of her life savings of more than one million dollars, but still want more. So Brenda sets her sights on Patrick's coin collection and recruits two associates to rob and murder him. After the crime goes down, Seattle homicide detective Cloyd Steiger teams up with fellow detective Pamela St John from the Seattle PD's elderly exploitation unit. She's been investigating the monetary crimes against Sylvia. Together these seasoned detectives track down Brenda Nicholas and finally bring her and her associates to justice for the brutal murder of Patrick Fleming.

Mon 31st July

Court Justice: Sydney

Sydney's busiest local courts are home to heartbroken parents supporting errant children as they face the full weight of the law. A young man has attacked police at Mardi Gras, a budding athlete has been caught possessing ice, and a man on a second drink driving charge is read the riot act.

Mon 31st July

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

Two murders in New Jersey, starting with the case of Kimberly Tetz, 29, who is found slumped over the wheel of her car in a park. She's been shot in the head. At first it seems a stalker may be responsible. But then suspicion falls on her husband Ed, 26, who's been enjoying steamy romps with a secret lover. In a Bergen County park, a woman out for a stroll discovers the body of Floribeth Chinchilla, 36, who has been repeatedly stabbed. The trail leads back to her married lover, Keith Middleton, 35.

Mon 31st July

Serial Killer Sunday

Ian Brady and Myra Hindley were a match made in hell. What began as a sadistic relationship between two unstable adults ended with the deaths of five innocent children. Known as the Moors Murderers, they buried their young victims in a deserted moor but to this day, the body of 12-year-old Keith Bennet has never been found. Now, 50 years since the horrific murders, best-selling author Duncan Staff leads an investigation into startling new evidence. Did the Moors Murderers have a second burial ground? And did they use photographs to mark victim's graves? With full access to the case file photographs and interviews with a victim who escaped, the film chases down the leads the police failed to follow.

Mon 31st July

Death Row Stories

In 1996, two young boys were brutally murdered in their Dallas area home. Their mother, Darlie Routier, who was stabbed within two millimeters of her carotid artery, claimed an intruder was responsible for the attacks. Darlie was arrested, charged, and sent to death row for the crime. Within a year of her conviction, an unprecedented issue with Darlie's trial transcript lead appellate attorney Stephen Cooper to raise questions about the fairness of her trial, the thoroughness of the investigation and the integrity of the prosecution in her trial. Darlie also found unexpected support from a wealthy Waco businessman named Brian Pardo, who arranged a lie detector test for Darlie's husband, which he failed. In this gripping episode, Darlie's sole surviving son Drake, speaks for the first time about the crime, and his mother's innocence.

Mon 31st July

Forensic Files

English detectives team up with a pioneering scientist to crack a case of sexual assault and serial murder. In 1983, a quiet country village is gripped with fear as authorities search for the killer of 15-year-old Lynda Mann. Clueless, they start again when Dawn Ashworth is killed three years later. They enlist the help of Dr. Alec Jeffreys, a molecular biologist who uses his breakthrough technique of genetic fingerprinting to rule out one suspect by comparing his DNA with that of semen found on the victims' bodies. Police set up a DNA dragnet to trap and convict the real killer. This 1986 murder case is the first to use DNA as evidence in a criminal case.

Mon 31st July

The First 48

Hours after a jealous stripper vows revenge, her two-timing boyfriend is shot and killed, and a young father is dragged screaming from his bed in the middle of the night and shot in his doorway.

Mon 31st July

Noon

It Takes A Killer

A state employee wreaks havoc on southwestern New Mexico, abducting women then keeping them captive in his home-made torture chamber, the toy box. This sadistic madman avoids detection for years, until one of his victims escapes and brings law enforcement back to his doorstep.

Mon 31st July

Court Justice: Sydney

Sydney's busiest local courts are home to heartbroken parents supporting errant children as they face the full weight of the law. A young man has attacked police at Mardi Gras, a budding athlete has been caught possessing ice, and a man on a second drink driving charge is read the riot act.

Mon 31st July

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

Two murders in New Jersey, starting with the case of Kimberly Tetz, 29, who is found slumped over the wheel of her car in a park. She's been shot in the head. At first it seems a stalker may be responsible. But then suspicion falls on her husband Ed, 26, who's been enjoying steamy romps with a secret lover. In a Bergen County park, a woman out for a stroll discovers the body of Floribeth Chinchilla, 36, who has been repeatedly stabbed. The trail leads back to her married lover, Keith Middleton, 35.

Mon 31st July

Serial Killer Sunday

Ian Brady and Myra Hindley were a match made in hell. What began as a sadistic relationship between two unstable adults ended with the deaths of five innocent children. Known as the Moors Murderers, they buried their young victims in a deserted moor but to this day, the body of 12-year-old Keith Bennet has never been found. Now, 50 years since the horrific murders, best-selling author Duncan Staff leads an investigation into startling new evidence. Did the Moors Murderers have a second burial ground? And did they use photographs to mark victim's graves? With full access to the case file photographs and interviews with a victim who escaped, the film chases down the leads the police failed to follow.

Mon 31st July

Death Row Stories

In 1996, two young boys were brutally murdered in their Dallas area home. Their mother, Darlie Routier, who was stabbed within two millimeters of her carotid artery, claimed an intruder was responsible for the attacks. Darlie was arrested, charged, and sent to death row for the crime. Within a year of her conviction, an unprecedented issue with Darlie's trial transcript lead appellate attorney Stephen Cooper to raise questions about the fairness of her trial, the thoroughness of the investigation and the integrity of the prosecution in her trial. Darlie also found unexpected support from a wealthy Waco businessman named Brian Pardo, who arranged a lie detector test for Darlie's husband, which he failed. In this gripping episode, Darlie's sole surviving son Drake, speaks for the first time about the crime, and his mother's innocence.

Mon 31st July

The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door

A driveway dispute leaves one man at loggerheads with his new neighbours and when the fences go up, he takes to the roof. It's a dog eat dog world in London when two neighbours go to war and a friendly welcome becomes unwanted intrusion for one Bolton family.

Mon 31st July

The Missing

Every two minutes, someone in Britain disappears. Most are found within 48 hours. But every year, more than 2000 people go missing and never return. This is a powerful documentary following the extraordinary stories of three families struggling to cope after a loved one has vanished without a trace. A brother, a husband, and a mother have gone missing - three mysterious disappearances that have left detectives scratching their heads. Their families are in limbo, unable to move forward without closure. This film explores how hope drives them to extraordinary lengths as they try to bring their missing loved ones home.

Mon 31st July

Cold Justice

Kelly and Yolanda visit Cleveland, Tennessee to investigate the 24-year-old unsolved murder case of 22-year-old Stacy Dillan. Stacy was murdered in his home while his mother was away for the week having surgery. Shot at close range in the face, this murder was extremely personal. Living in a small town in Tennessee, Stacy faced a lot of pressure in keeping his gay sexuality a secret. Kelly and Yolanda need to discover why someone would want to kill this sweet, innocent 22-year-old man by first uncovering the truth of his secret life.

Mon 31st July

Evening

Cops

(Tampa, FL - 1:41 PM Drug Sting) Special Operations Unit - Officer Matt Zalansky explains about the reverse drug sting. They are selling weed, coke and crack on 22nd and 29th streets. The three black undercover cops get ready to be the dealers. Officer Eric Houston is in the van on the corner watching the undercover officers.

Mon 31st July

Cops

A DUI suspect reminds an officer of one famous dude. A naked man shocks a stranger on her porch. A daughter's tantrum shakes the whole apartment when mum takes away Facebook.

Mon 31st July

Cold Case Files

Brad Perry had recently returned from his Mormon mission, was going to school, and had just gotten engaged. His family never expected that when he went to work the graveyard shift at his job as a gas station attendant they would never see him alive again. Brad, known as 'the peacemaker' in his family, was found tied up and brutally beaten in the storeroom of the gas station. No one could imagine a motive for the crime; who would target a mild-mannered, church-going college kid? Detectives have high hopes that they'll catch the killers - they've got two strong witnesses who provide a sketch of a man they saw with blood on his hands at the gas station. But the witnesses can't pick him out in a line up, and the case quickly goes cold.

Mon 31st July

Snapped: Killer Couples

Things get bloody when a love affair finds a New Orleans police officer on the wrong side of the law.

Mon 31st July

The First 48

In Tulsa, a man is gunned down in broad daylight, but the truth may be more than it appears. Meanwhile in New Orleans, a man is shot eight times in his own home when a text message falls into the hands of a killer.

Mon 31st July

Homicide Hunter

Lieutenant Joe Kenda and his Colorado Springs crime-fighting team have solved an unprecedented 387 homicide investigations, resulting in a 92 percent solve rate. In each episode Kenda uses first person narrative along with dramatic re-creations to retell the stories of Kenda's most disturbing and challenging murder cases. The series takes viewers behind the scenes with one of the world's best homicide detectives to learn how murders are solved. In this episode, when an unsuspecting train conductor discovers a decapitated body on a lonely stretch of track, Lt Joe Kenda must unravel the mystery of his death. Along the way, he and his men discover a voice recording with a sinister message, one that holds the key to understanding what happened. Then, a sleeping bag in a basement hides a gruesome secret: the body of a teenage girl. To find her killer, Kenda must break through a wall of deceit and expose the darkest lies of a seemingly all-American family.

Mon 31st July

Cold Case Files

Brad Perry had recently returned from his Mormon mission, was going to school, and had just gotten engaged. His family never expected that when he went to work the graveyard shift at his job as a gas station attendant they would never see him alive again. Brad, known as 'the peacemaker' in his family, was found tied up and brutally beaten in the storeroom of the gas station. No one could imagine a motive for the crime; who would target a mild-mannered, church-going college kid? Detectives have high hopes that they'll catch the killers - they've got two strong witnesses who provide a sketch of a man they saw with blood on his hands at the gas station. But the witnesses can't pick him out in a line up, and the case quickly goes cold.

Tue 1st August

Morning

Snapped: Killer Couples

Things get bloody when a love affair finds a New Orleans police officer on the wrong side of the law.

Tue 1st August

The First 48

In Tulsa, a man is gunned down in broad daylight, but the truth may be more than it appears. Meanwhile in New Orleans, a man is shot eight times in his own home when a text message falls into the hands of a killer.

Tue 1st August

Forensic Files

A funeral director is murdered and his son, the sole beneficiary of his estate, is considered a likely suspect until witnesses provide him with an ironclad alibi. When police find a mask near the crime scene, they hope it will lead to the killer.

Tue 1st August

Cops

A DUI suspect reminds an officer of one famous dude. A naked man shocks a stranger on her porch. A daughter's tantrum shakes the whole apartment when mum takes away Facebook.

Tue 1st August

World's Wildest Police Videos

This is the fast paced reality show featuring caught-on-tape criminals and the officers who take them down. Hosted by Sheriff John Bunnell, this program gathers footage of law enforcement personnel from across the country and around the world as they face the most dangerous pursuits, the most frightening shootouts, and the most extreme lawbreakers to ever challenge police, and put them in their place to keep our streets safe.

Tue 1st August

Southern Justice

The Sullivan County and Ashe County Sheriffs' Offices bring us true stories from these two counties in the Blue Grass Mountains of Appalachia. Ride-along with deputies and real-time crime investigators and uncover the personal drama inside jails and courtrooms. Most Sullivan and Ashe Sheriff employees grew up in the area. So both counties are "big small towns" where everybody knows everybody. With most patrol cars carrying only one deputy, "back-up" can often be thirty minutes away. So it's not unusual for long-standing relationships to pay off when a neighbour needs to provide unexpected help to a single deputy. These are dramatic true stories of Sullivan County and Ashe County brings an unprecedented look at Appalachia, where guns, drugs and alcohol challenge lawmen 24/7. It's the first of the month in Clay County, Kentucky. Sheriff Kevin Johnson and his deputies are anticipating a very busy weekend. Before the officers have a chance to warm up their squad cars they get a call about an interesting domestic disturbance that leads to a foot chase. Then, while serving a warrant for 1st degree assault, the guys get a tip pointing them to some meth cookers. After a series of arrests, some stolen ATV's, another foot chase and some solid police work the team zeroes in on the cookers who are operating the biggest meth lab in the county. The Sheriff and his deputies will have to utilise all their skills and training to bring these bad guys in.

Tue 1st August

Cops

(Tampa, FL - 1:41 PM Drug Sting) Special Operations Unit - Officer Matt Zalansky explains about the reverse drug sting. They are selling weed, coke and crack on 22nd and 29th streets. The three black undercover cops get ready to be the dealers. Officer Eric Houston is in the van on the corner watching the undercover officers.

Tue 1st August

Forensic Investigators

Investigators will take you to the scenes of infamous and bizarre murders and into the enthralling investigations that follow. Footage that has never been seen outside of the courtroom will give viewers first hand knowledge of the case.

Tue 1st August

Cops

A DUI suspect reminds an officer of one famous dude. A naked man shocks a stranger on her porch. A daughter's tantrum shakes the whole apartment when mum takes away Facebook.

Tue 1st August

Cold Case Files

Brad Perry had recently returned from his Mormon mission, was going to school, and had just gotten engaged. His family never expected that when he went to work the graveyard shift at his job as a gas station attendant they would never see him alive again. Brad, known as 'the peacemaker' in his family, was found tied up and brutally beaten in the storeroom of the gas station. No one could imagine a motive for the crime; who would target a mild-mannered, church-going college kid? Detectives have high hopes that they'll catch the killers - they've got two strong witnesses who provide a sketch of a man they saw with blood on his hands at the gas station. But the witnesses can't pick him out in a line up, and the case quickly goes cold.

Tue 1st August

Snapped

In and out of foster homes since the age of four, Camia Gamet had a tough life. Marcel Hill also had a difficult life but he didn't let that hold him back. When the two met, it looked as if things were finally looking up for both of them. But in less than a year, Marcel would be dead.

Tue 1st August

The First 48

In Tulsa, a man is gunned down in broad daylight, but the truth may be more than it appears. Meanwhile in New Orleans, a man is shot eight times in his own home when a text message falls into the hands of a killer.

Tue 1st August

Britain's Darkest Taboos

On 3 May, 2008, Rab Thomson brutally stabbed to death his seven-year-old son Ryan and his 25-year-old daughter Michelle, who had severe learning difficulties, in the family home in Buckhaven, Fife. Thomson murdered the children in revenge after his wife June left him after she had suffered 27 years of abuse. Thomson laid the children in their beds before cutting his wrists. June found the bodies of her children, and Thomson survived. In this powerful episode June and her son Shaun describe their life with Thomson and the events that led to these shocking murders. He has shown no remorse. June made legal history by suing him for his actions and the murder of her two children. She also released a book with fellow mother of a murdered children, Giselle Ross, entitled Beyond All Evil. With expert analysis from forensic psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and psychologist Emma Kenny, who gives us an insight into the mind of Thomson, we uncover a tragic story of domestic abuse that ended with the murder of two vulnerable children.

Tue 1st August

Cold Justice

Kelly and Yolanda visit Cleveland, Tennessee to investigate the 24-year-old unsolved murder case of 22-year-old Stacy Dillan. Stacy was murdered in his home while his mother was away for the week having surgery. Shot at close range in the face, this murder was extremely personal. Living in a small town in Tennessee, Stacy faced a lot of pressure in keeping his gay sexuality a secret. Kelly and Yolanda need to discover why someone would want to kill this sweet, innocent 22-year-old man by first uncovering the truth of his secret life.

Tue 1st August

Noon

Cold Case Files

Brad Perry had recently returned from his Mormon mission, was going to school, and had just gotten engaged. His family never expected that when he went to work the graveyard shift at his job as a gas station attendant they would never see him alive again. Brad, known as 'the peacemaker' in his family, was found tied up and brutally beaten in the storeroom of the gas station. No one could imagine a motive for the crime; who would target a mild-mannered, church-going college kid? Detectives have high hopes that they'll catch the killers - they've got two strong witnesses who provide a sketch of a man they saw with blood on his hands at the gas station. But the witnesses can't pick him out in a line up, and the case quickly goes cold.

Tue 1st August

Snapped: Killer Couples

Things get bloody when a love affair finds a New Orleans police officer on the wrong side of the law.

Tue 1st August

The First 48

In Tulsa, a man is gunned down in broad daylight, but the truth may be more than it appears. Meanwhile in New Orleans, a man is shot eight times in his own home when a text message falls into the hands of a killer.

Tue 1st August

Homicide Hunter

Lieutenant Joe Kenda and his Colorado Springs crime-fighting team have solved an unprecedented 387 homicide investigations, resulting in a 92 percent solve rate. In each episode Kenda uses first person narrative along with dramatic re-creations to retell the stories of Kenda's most disturbing and challenging murder cases. The series takes viewers behind the scenes with one of the world's best homicide detectives to learn how murders are solved. In this episode, when an unsuspecting train conductor discovers a decapitated body on a lonely stretch of track, Lt Joe Kenda must unravel the mystery of his death. Along the way, he and his men discover a voice recording with a sinister message, one that holds the key to understanding what happened. Then, a sleeping bag in a basement hides a gruesome secret: the body of a teenage girl. To find her killer, Kenda must break through a wall of deceit and expose the darkest lies of a seemingly all-American family.

Tue 1st August

Britain's Darkest Taboos

In April 1998, 17-year-old Sylvia Fleming went missing in Omagh, Northern Ireland. Six weeks later, police discovered Sylvia's dismembered body under the floorboards of a newly built house in the town. She had been murdered by her on/off boyfriend, part-time fireman Stephen Scott. Scott was obsessed with serial killers Ted Bundy and Charles Manson and was a sadomasochist. He tied Sylvia to his bed, killed her, and then showed two teenagers her body. It was a murder that caused riots in Omagh and is still remembered by everyone in Northern Ireland. For the first time, Sylvia's courageous sister Josie reveals the events that led to the murder and describes the impact it still has on her and her family and friends, 16 years later. Expert analysis from forensic psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and psychologist Emma Kenny, gives us an insight into the mind of the one of the UK's most barbaric killers - Stephen Scott.

Tue 1st August

Cold Justice

Follow Texas prosecutor Kelly Siegler and Yolanda McClary, a crime-scene investigator for the Las Vegas Police Department, as they help local law-enforcement agencies in small American towns solve violent crimes that have sat cold because of lack of funding and proper forensic technology. In each episode, Siegler and McClary will take on a different case, re-examining the evidence and questioning suspects and witnesses in an effort to finally solve the dormant cases.

Tue 1st August

Evening

Cops

(Riverside Co. CA - 9:30 PM Fight in Progress) Sheriff's Dept Jurupa Valley Station - Deputy Richard Birmingham says his family is very supportive. His dad was a sheriff and his mum was a nurse so they understand the emergency field 100 percent and enjoy hearing his stories. He takes the call of backup needed at a fight where one person has a gun.

Tue 1st August

Cops

A speedy suspect makes officers chase him through a creek. A teenage Good Samaritan gets in the middle of a bizarre domestic dispute. After a woman destroys her home, she begs police to arrest her.

Tue 1st August

Reported Missing

250,000 people go missing every year in Britain including 100,000 children. The first 72 hours after someone is reported missing are the most vital. If you're not found within those three days, you may never be. This series follows the hunt for three missing people from the moment their family reports them missing, through the first 72 hours of the search. Each episode contains three stories with one story unfolding in detail across the series and the two small stories playing out from start to finish in each episode. CCTV footage from the last sightings of the missing is used to try to locate them, alongside interviews with family and friends to give more information about where they could be.

Tue 1st August

Nurses Who Kill

Drawing on court reports, evidence uncovered, recollections of those involved and using dramatic reconstructions of real life events, this program will tell the story of Nurse Genene Jones. Whilst she was on duty, children began inexplicably dying in wards. Ten times as many deaths occurred in the wards patrolled by Nurse Genene Jones. Tested blood samples could only reveal so much, something that Genene Jones knew all about. How many children were killed? That is the question, which is still, decades on, untested in court. The truth behind what happened in two Texas medical units in 1982, remains a secret that Genene Jones alone knows.

Tue 1st August

Hunting the Paedophiles

In 2013, an investigation by the newly created National Crime Agency revealed that hundreds of British teenage boys had been duped into sending indecent images of themselves to what they thought was a teenage girl online. Many were blackmailed into sending more and more images, with chilling threats made against them by an unknown abuser. With unprecedented access inside the National Crime Agency, this gripping film re-tells step-by-step the hunt to find this offender - a journey that would take investigators half way across the world, and the race against time for social workers to try to locate and protect all the victims - when the numbers keep going up.

Tue 1st August

Homicide Hunter

Lieutenant Joe Kenda and his Colorado Springs crime-fighting team have solved an unprecedented 387 homicide investigations, resulting in a 92 percent solve rate. In each episode, Kenda uses first person narrative along with dramatic re-creations to retell the stories of Kenda's most disturbing and challenging murder cases. The series takes viewers behind the scenes with one of the world's best homicide detectives to learn how murders are solved. In this episode, a frenzied ambush at a hamburger stand leaves 16-year-old Gary Davis shot dead. Although several eye-witnesses were in the car with Gary when he was shot, none of them got a good look at the killer. Working with little more than rumour and speculation, Lt Joe Kenda is on the hunt for a mysterious young man in a purple hat. But before Kenda and his men can track down his prime suspect, a surprise witness comes forward with evidence that will blow the case wide open.

Tue 1st August

A Stranger In My Home

Roxanna and Percy Palomino are living the American dream. Recent immigrants to the US, they've worked hard to pay for their happy home. But when things go missing from the house and tempers flare, Roxanna ends up struggling for her life with a dangerous and unexpected foe. The house that was once a sanctuary will become a place where dark, hidden secrets are eventually revealed with dire consequences, resulting in one of the most brutal murders the town has ever seen. If there is one thing you don't expect to find in your own home, it is danger lurking around every corner. This may be the place where we feel most comfortable, but there's no better way to get inside our lives than to get inside our homes. Each episode traces the path where a trusting victim has invited a stranger across the threshold into their home, and paid the ultimate price. Anyone invited under your roof, be it a neighbour, guest, hired help, boarder or a new partner, can cross the line into deceit and be the ultimate threat within. This series is the perfect blend of mystery and suspense, telling the true stories of new relationships and how strangers can turn against you.

Wed 2nd August

Morning

Nurses Who Kill

Drawing on court reports, evidence uncovered, recollections of those involved and using dramatic reconstructions of real life events, this program will tell the story of Nurse Genene Jones. Whilst she was on duty, children began inexplicably dying in wards. Ten times as many deaths occurred in the wards patrolled by Nurse Genene Jones. Tested blood samples could only reveal so much, something that Genene Jones knew all about. How many children were killed? That is the question, which is still, decades on, untested in court. The truth behind what happened in two Texas medical units in 1982, remains a secret that Genene Jones alone knows.

Wed 2nd August

Hunting the Paedophiles

In 2013, an investigation by the newly created National Crime Agency revealed that hundreds of British teenage boys had been duped into sending indecent images of themselves to what they thought was a teenage girl online. Many were blackmailed into sending more and more images, with chilling threats made against them by an unknown abuser. With unprecedented access inside the National Crime Agency, this gripping film re-tells step-by-step the hunt to find this offender - a journey that would take investigators half way across the world, and the race against time for social workers to try to locate and protect all the victims - when the numbers keep going up.

Wed 2nd August

Forensic Files

A meticulous killer washes everything at the scene, including the victim's body. The only definitive evidence was a single foreign hair. Three years later he strikes again and, this time, what he left behind proves he committed both crimes. The series profiles intriguing crimes, accidents and outbreaks of disease from around the world. Follow coroners, medical examiners, police officiers, journos and legal experts as they put together the pieces of the crime puzzle.

Wed 2nd August

Cops

A speedy suspect makes officers chase him through a creek. A teenage Good Samaritan gets in the middle of a bizarre domestic dispute. After a woman destroys her home, she begs police to arrest her.

Wed 2nd August

World's Wildest Police Videos

This is the fast paced reality show featuring caught-on-tape criminals and the officers who take them down. Hosted by Sheriff John Bunnell, this program gathers footage of law enforcement personnel from across the country and around the world as they face the most dangerous pursuits, the most frightening shootouts, and the most extreme lawbreakers to ever challenge police, and put them in their place to keep our streets safe.

Wed 2nd August

Bouncers

Filmed in the North East and Essex, the six-part series shows that Britain is out to get smashed - old and young, rich and poor, and across cultures - and it doesn't seem to care about the consequences. Puking, fighting and falling over, it's all part of the great British night out - and it's the door staff who are left to clean up the mess. But as well as some of the shocking and unsettling elements of our drinking culture, the series also features warm, insightful and funny stories that explore what's behind people's night-time behaviour. The series shows that working on the doors is more challenging than ever. It's not just enforcing door policy. Meeting and greeting, administering first aid, being guidance counsellors, mediating in domestic rows who knows what the night will bring? And all the while revellers take their safety for granted. We also follow the stories of punters on their nights out - from "pre-loading" at home on cheap supermarket booze and high-octane drinks promotions in the city bars, to staggering home with a kebab - and everything in between. The first programme focuses on bouncers working in the port of Blyth, a former hub of Northumberland's coal mining and shipbuilding industries that's seen tough times. The Quay is a venue popular with late night drinkers. On the door are 44-year-old Shaun Scullion and 25-year-old Ben Taylor, who have twenty-five years' experience between them. But they're new to Blyth and Shaun's zero tolerance approach, including everyone proving their age, is taking a few locals by surprise. Twenty miles south of Blyth is Newcastle's fashionable neighbourhood of Jesmond. Once home to footballers and pop stars, the terraces along the main strip are now more likely to attract stag and hen do's. On the door of Osbourne's Bar for the last decade is former paratrooper Jim Rennick, aka "Jesmond Jim", who's something of a local legend and popular with the regulars, especially the ladies.

Wed 2nd August

Cops

(Riverside Co. CA - 9:30 PM Fight in Progress) Sheriff's Dept Jurupa Valley Station - Deputy Richard Birmingham says his family is very supportive. His dad was a sheriff and his mum was a nurse so they understand the emergency field 100 percent and enjoy hearing his stories. He takes the call of backup needed at a fight where one person has a gun.

Wed 2nd August

Forensic Investigators

It became known as the 'body in the bin' case. Peter Astill disappeared in mysterious circumstances and was found decapitated in a wheelie bin. The reason for his murder was even more bizarre. Hosted by Lisa McCune, this program looks at the tireless work of detectives, and the scientific procedures that helped solve Peter's murder.

Wed 2nd August

Cops

A speedy suspect makes officers chase him through a creek. A teenage Good Samaritan gets in the middle of a bizarre domestic dispute. After a woman destroys her home, she begs police to arrest her.

Wed 2nd August

Reported Missing

250,000 people go missing every year in Britain including 100,000 children. The first 72 hours after someone is reported missing are the most vital. If you're not found within those three days, you may never be. This series follows the hunt for three missing people from the moment their family reports them missing, through the first 72 hours of the search. Each episode contains three stories with one story unfolding in detail across the series and the two small stories playing out from start to finish in each episode. CCTV footage from the last sightings of the missing is used to try to locate them, alongside interviews with family and friends to give more information about where they could be.

Wed 2nd August

Nurses Who Kill

Drawing on court reports, evidence uncovered, recollections of those involved and using dramatic reconstructions of real life events, this program will tell the story of Nurse Genene Jones. Whilst she was on duty, children began inexplicably dying in wards. Ten times as many deaths occurred in the wards patrolled by Nurse Genene Jones. Tested blood samples could only reveal so much, something that Genene Jones knew all about. How many children were killed? That is the question, which is still, decades on, untested in court. The truth behind what happened in two Texas medical units in 1982, remains a secret that Genene Jones alone knows.

Wed 2nd August

Hunting the Paedophiles

In 2013, an investigation by the newly created National Crime Agency revealed that hundreds of British teenage boys had been duped into sending indecent images of themselves to what they thought was a teenage girl online. Many were blackmailed into sending more and more images, with chilling threats made against them by an unknown abuser. With unprecedented access inside the National Crime Agency, this gripping film re-tells step-by-step the hunt to find this offender - a journey that would take investigators half way across the world, and the race against time for social workers to try to locate and protect all the victims - when the numbers keep going up.

Wed 2nd August

Britain's Darkest Taboos

In April 1998, 17-year-old Sylvia Fleming went missing in Omagh, Northern Ireland. Six weeks later, police discovered Sylvia's dismembered body under the floorboards of a newly built house in the town. She had been murdered by her on/off boyfriend, part-time fireman Stephen Scott. Scott was obsessed with serial killers Ted Bundy and Charles Manson and was a sadomasochist. He tied Sylvia to his bed, killed her, and then showed two teenagers her body. It was a murder that caused riots in Omagh and is still remembered by everyone in Northern Ireland. For the first time, Sylvia's courageous sister Josie reveals the events that led to the murder and describes the impact it still has on her and her family and friends, 16 years later. Expert analysis from forensic psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and psychologist Emma Kenny, gives us an insight into the mind of the one of the UK's most barbaric killers - Stephen Scott.

Wed 2nd August

Cold Justice

Follow Texas prosecutor Kelly Siegler and Yolanda McClary, a crime-scene investigator for the Las Vegas Police Department, as they help local law-enforcement agencies in small American towns solve violent crimes that have sat cold because of lack of funding and proper forensic technology. In each episode, Siegler and McClary will take on a different case, re-examining the evidence and questioning suspects and witnesses in an effort to finally solve the dormant cases.

Wed 2nd August

Noon

Reported Missing

250,000 people go missing every year in Britain including 100,000 children. The first 72 hours after someone is reported missing are the most vital. If you're not found within those three days, you may never be. This series follows the hunt for three missing people from the moment their family reports them missing, through the first 72 hours of the search. Each episode contains three stories with one story unfolding in detail across the series and the two small stories playing out from start to finish in each episode. CCTV footage from the last sightings of the missing is used to try to locate them, alongside interviews with family and friends to give more information about where they could be.

Wed 2nd August

Nurses Who Kill

Drawing on court reports, evidence uncovered, recollections of those involved and using dramatic reconstructions of real life events, this program will tell the story of Nurse Genene Jones. Whilst she was on duty, children began inexplicably dying in wards. Ten times as many deaths occurred in the wards patrolled by Nurse Genene Jones. Tested blood samples could only reveal so much, something that Genene Jones knew all about. How many children were killed? That is the question, which is still, decades on, untested in court. The truth behind what happened in two Texas medical units in 1982, remains a secret that Genene Jones alone knows.

Wed 2nd August

Hunting the Paedophiles

In 2013, an investigation by the newly created National Crime Agency revealed that hundreds of British teenage boys had been duped into sending indecent images of themselves to what they thought was a teenage girl online. Many were blackmailed into sending more and more images, with chilling threats made against them by an unknown abuser. With unprecedented access inside the National Crime Agency, this gripping film re-tells step-by-step the hunt to find this offender - a journey that would take investigators half way across the world, and the race against time for social workers to try to locate and protect all the victims - when the numbers keep going up.

Wed 2nd August

Homicide Hunter

Lieutenant Joe Kenda and his Colorado Springs crime-fighting team have solved an unprecedented 387 homicide investigations, resulting in a 92 percent solve rate. In each episode, Kenda uses first person narrative along with dramatic re-creations to retell the stories of Kenda's most disturbing and challenging murder cases. The series takes viewers behind the scenes with one of the world's best homicide detectives to learn how murders are solved. In this episode, a frenzied ambush at a hamburger stand leaves 16-year-old Gary Davis shot dead. Although several eye-witnesses were in the car with Gary when he was shot, none of them got a good look at the killer. Working with little more than rumour and speculation, Lt Joe Kenda is on the hunt for a mysterious young man in a purple hat. But before Kenda and his men can track down his prime suspect, a surprise witness comes forward with evidence that will blow the case wide open.

Wed 2nd August

Britain's Darkest Taboos

On Bonfire night 2012, 30-year-old Michelle Mills murdered her toyboy boyfriend Eddie Miller in their cottage in Scalford, Leicestershire. Mills stabbed Eddie more than 20 times. She had a history of threatening partners with knives and had done so to Eddie previously. This is the story told by Eddie's mum and those closest to him. And we hear from the neighbour who heard the attack that night. Mills claimed she was a victim of domestic abuse, but when the judge convicted her of murder, he described her as a conniving individual who had tried to hoodwink the jury. With expert analysis from forensic psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and psychologist Emma Kenny, we discover what makes a woman like Michelle Mills commit murder.