TV Guide

Tue 30th May

Morning

Snapped: Killer Couples

Featuring couples whose passion drives them to commit terrible criminal acts. Through re-creations and gripping firsthand accounts, each episode takes a deep dive into the stories behind the couples' romance, how their relationship evolved once love turned into manipulation and what ultimately drove them to commit the crime. In this episode, a desperate couple's air-tight scheme leads to murder when they kidnap a wealthy business man.

Tue 30th May

After the First 48

For those most affected by a homicide, the first 48 hours is just the beginning. This series picks up where the hit series The First 48 leaves off, telling the entire story of some of that series' most compelling cases. Featuring in-depth interviews with the key players including detectives, prosecutors, defence attorneys, families of victims and sometimes even the offenders themselves, this series presents the full story of these homicide investigations, from crime to arrest to trial and beyond. Through these exclusive interviews, and in some cases actual trial footage, we take the viewer on a dramatic emotional journey and learn, in the end, the lasting impact a murder has on everyone involved. In Cleveland, a beloved son and father is shot to death during a robbery. A single eyewitness comes forward to identify two suspects, both members of a notorious gang. Prosecutors assemble a case against the shooter they hope will send him away for good - but as trial approaches, the defendant's violent reputation has their witnesses terrified.

Tue 30th May

Forensic Files

This series profiles intriguing crimes where science catches the bad guy. Follow coroners, medical examiners, physicians, law enforcement officials, journalists and legal experts as they put together the pieces of the crime puzzle.

Tue 30th May

Addicted To The Life

The factual series will reveal the human drama behind criminals who can't break the habit. Addicted to the Life will use a blend of interviews, real-life footage and dramatic recreations to portray the addicts and their actions. Each episode follows a person going deeper into criminality - whether a soccer mum becoming a Manhattan madam or a God-fearing woman robbing banks - as law enforcement officers, psychologists and family, friends and accomplices attempt to explain their addiction and actions.

Tue 30th May

Cop Squad

Take a trip out onto the mean streets of some of the UK's toughest towns and roughest cities.

Tue 30th May

Bait Car

Get a new perspective on auto theft as this program provides revealing insight into the criminal mind. Every nervous glance, giddy laugh, bone-headed conversation and arrest is captured on film, proving crime really doesn't pay.

Tue 30th May

Cops Uncut

This showcase of high-octane cop footage includes high-speed pursuits, unusual arrests, kamikaze crooks and massive crashes. Cops Uncut uses real life dashboard camera and security footage to highlight law enforcement agencies' most incredible moments. Enhanced by a witty voiceover, there's blue light carnage of every kind, from multi-car roadblocks to wheel-to-wheel clashes and head-on ramming. With determined car thieves willing to use any tactic to get away, America's finest must be smart and brave to outmaneuver them while protecting the public. Witness a plethora of hilarious and shocking crimes, confrontations and cunning escape attempts. With driving skills that leave a lot to be desired, there's hair-raising red light running, near misses galore and great chases. Real car crash TV!

Tue 30th May

Territory Cops

Constables Rebecca Hockey and Josh Cameron are having a busy night pulling Mitchell Street's rowdy revellers into line. First up, it's a case of trouble in paradise as they sort out a couple in the middle of a Mexican stand-off. Then, it's dealing with a particularly energetic young lady who has decided it is a clever idea to jump on the bonnet of a parked car. Finally, they give a much needed wake-up call to a young man who has passed out on a public lawn. It's all in a night's work for these City Safe coppers. Substance Abuse Intelligence Desk (SAID) Detective Kenny Bradshaw heads up two teams in a large-scale operation intended to crack down on illegal drug trafficking out of Darwin Airport. Senior Constable Tim Hatton and his sniffer dog Leo search the passengers, while Senior Constable Peter Henwood and his dog Archie sniff out any potential trouble hidden in their luggage. The detectives quickly come across several startling discoveries, including one very unusual box of tea bags. Superintendent Kris Evans takes viewers through the wide and varied responsibilities involved with leading Darwin's Metropolitan Division. It's easy to see why he is still so passionate about police work. Constable Sean 'Wombat' Holmes and Constable Doug 'Dougie' Roberts investigate the disturbing case involving a man who has viciously assaulted his wife and almost destroyed her car with a crow bar. It's the highest of priorities for the officers to track the man down fast before he does any more harm to himself or his family.

Tue 30th May

Born to Kill?

The Son of Sam would become the most notorious killer in New York's history. Shooting women or couples parked in lover's lanes, the mystery killer spread terror through the streets of the metropolis, leading young women to cut and dye their hair for fear of becoming the killer's next victim. Writing to the police and press, the Son of Sam would claim to relish his 'work' and that he was programmed to kill. A massive manhunt would lead police to David Berkowitz - a lonely young man, adopted at birth, who claimed he was commanded to do the devil's work by a neighbour's barking dog. So was the Son of Sam driven by demons? Wreaking a bitter revenge fuelled by mental illness? Or was he programmed from birth to be a serial murderer?

Tue 30th May

Addicted To The Life

The factual series will reveal the human drama behind criminals who can't break the habit. Addicted to the Life will use a blend of interviews, real-life footage and dramatic recreations to portray the addicts and their actions. Each episode follows a person going deeper into criminality - whether a soccer mum becoming a Manhattan madam or a God-fearing woman robbing banks - as law enforcement officers, psychologists and family, friends and accomplices attempt to explain their addiction and actions.

Tue 30th May

Unusual Suspects

In the predawn hours of December 23, 1998, firefighters respond to a car engulfed in flames in affluent La Jolla, California. Discovered inside are the remains of an adult male, shot twice in the head, later identified as 38-year-old David Stevens. Although the mild-mannered telemarketing manager seems an unlikely choice to inspire such violence, the ensuing investigation reveals a rogue's gallery of suspects-from exotic dancers to Santeria priests and leads almost too outlandish to be believed. Amidst the twists and turns of love triangles and corporate conspiracies, detectives follow an investigative trail that finally leads to David's killer.

Tue 30th May

A Stranger In My Home

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. A Stranger In My Home is the perfect blend of mystery and suspense, telling the true stories of new relationships and how strangers can turn against you. Hollywood romantic comedies are often fuelled by the misadventures of hidden love. But for Bob Peterson and Gene Thurnau such things are the stuff of deadly tragedy.

Tue 30th May

After the First 48

For those most affected by a homicide, the first 48 hours is just the beginning. This series picks up where the hit series The First 48 leaves off, telling the entire story of some of that series' most compelling cases. Featuring in-depth interviews with the key players including detectives, prosecutors, defence attorneys, families of victims and sometimes even the offenders themselves, this series presents the full story of these homicide investigations, from crime to arrest to trial and beyond. Through these exclusive interviews, and in some cases actual trial footage, we take the viewer on a dramatic emotional journey and learn, in the end, the lasting impact a murder has on everyone involved. In Cleveland, a beloved son and father is shot to death during a robbery. A single eyewitness comes forward to identify two suspects, both members of a notorious gang. Prosecutors assemble a case against the shooter they hope will send him away for good - but as trial approaches, the defendant's violent reputation has their witnesses terrified.

Tue 30th May

Murder Book

In 1996, while working the night shift, patrol-man Sgt Gregory Martin radios in that he's about to pull over a suspicious red pickup truck. Minutes later, when his backup unit arrives, Sgt Martin is found lying next to his patrol car, dead from multiple gunshot wounds. It's the first time a cop has been killed in the line of duty in Jonesville, NC State and local investigators follow the late sergeant's lead, tracking the path of the missing red truck. But the trail eventually goes cold and so does the case. A decade later, a new Jonesville Chief of Police pulls one of the original investigators out of retirement to find the key evidence that will finally solve Sgt Martin's murder.

Tue 30th May

Born to Kill?

The Son of Sam would become the most notorious killer in New York's history. Shooting women or couples parked in lover's lanes, the mystery killer spread terror through the streets of the metropolis, leading young women to cut and dye their hair for fear of becoming the killer's next victim. Writing to the police and press, the Son of Sam would claim to relish his 'work' and that he was programmed to kill. A massive manhunt would lead police to David Berkowitz - a lonely young man, adopted at birth, who claimed he was commanded to do the devil's work by a neighbour's barking dog. So was the Son of Sam driven by demons? Wreaking a bitter revenge fuelled by mental illness? Or was he programmed from birth to be a serial murderer?

Tue 30th May

Noon

Deadly Women

A bizarre journey into the world of women who kill for thrills, Thrill Killers transports us into the teenage territory of Indiana pack-leader, Melinda Loveless, whose jealousy sparks a revenge rampage that leads to the kidnap, and torture of an innocent 12-year-old. This episode also takes us into the mind of 16-year-old Brenda Spencer, who opens fire on a schoolyard, killing two and wounding nine because she doesn't like Mondays.

Tue 30th May

Snapped: Killer Couples

Featuring couples whose passion drives them to commit terrible criminal acts. Through re-creations and gripping firsthand accounts, each episode takes a deep dive into the stories behind the couples' romance, how their relationship evolved once love turned into manipulation and what ultimately drove them to commit the crime. In this episode, a desperate couple's air-tight scheme leads to murder when they kidnap a wealthy business man.

Tue 30th May

After the First 48

For those most affected by a homicide, the first 48 hours is just the beginning. This series picks up where the hit series The First 48 leaves off, telling the entire story of some of that series' most compelling cases. Featuring in-depth interviews with the key players including detectives, prosecutors, defence attorneys, families of victims and sometimes even the offenders themselves, this series presents the full story of these homicide investigations, from crime to arrest to trial and beyond. Through these exclusive interviews, and in some cases actual trial footage, we take the viewer on a dramatic emotional journey and learn, in the end, the lasting impact a murder has on everyone involved. In Cleveland, a beloved son and father is shot to death during a robbery. A single eyewitness comes forward to identify two suspects, both members of a notorious gang. Prosecutors assemble a case against the shooter they hope will send him away for good - but as trial approaches, the defendant's violent reputation has their witnesses terrified.

Tue 30th May

Homicide Hunter

March 26, 1985. After Lourdes Riddle is found strangled to death in the trunk of her car, homicide detective Joe Kenda follows the trail through a twisting maze of military and cultural secrets. Just what was Lourdes doing behind her husband's back? When rumors surface of a mysterious life, detective Kenda convinces an Army soldier to roll over on his buddy and expose the whole murderous affair.

Tue 30th May

Murder Book

In 1986, in Largo, FL, a rookie detective is called to a crime scene in the middle of the night. Inside an upstairs apartment, the body of 38-year-old William Cosco is discovered bound to his bed, dead from multiple stab wounds. Neighbours recall hearing odd noises, and seeing a bushy-haired man fleeing from the apartment complex before the murder. Armed with a composite sketch, the detective pursues the unkempt killer from the gay bars of Tampa to the fishing docks of Tarpon Springs, but the trail eventually goes cold. Two decades later, another rookie detective assigned to his first cold case finally tracks down the elusive killer.

Tue 30th May

Deadly Target: New Detectives

A corpse is found with a gunshot wound to the head; the weapon lies next to the victim. It looks like suicide, but could it be murder? It's a question best solved by ballistics experts. Gunshot residues, the pathway of the bullet into the body, shells and the guns themselves all hold important clues. The ability to determine whether an individual has actually fired a gun is vitally important in homicide and suicide investigations.

Tue 30th May

Evening

Cops

Officers in Cleveland, OH, arrest two young suspects who recklessly hijack a vehicle and cause a crazy car chase. A deputy in Hillsborough County, FL, responds to a call regarding a suspicious vehicle, and upon arrival at the scene, the passenger scrambles to conceal evidence. Also featured is an officer from Sacramento, CA, stopping a suspect riding a bicycle who disregarded a traffic stop. When the suspect's nervous behaviour provokes officers to investigate further, they uncover "something he found" near the highway.

Tue 30th May

Cops

(Las Vegas, NV - 8:31 PM Suspicious Vehicle Call) When an officer responds to a vandalism call, he assists a man who has physically detained a young man who was involved in the incident.

Tue 30th May

World's Toughest Prisons

This series seeks out the world's most notorious and extraordinary prisons, finding them on various continents. Discover a lifestyle which few of us will ever experience, but which is a brutal everyday reality for many. Experience first-hand the challenges that each guard faces on a daily basis and - conversely - learn about the prisoner's struggles to develop strategies for survival. This is a never-before-seen insight into an unbelievable world, a world which exists within the realms of law and justice but with its own definitions of right and wrong.

Tue 30th May

Killer Cops

Sheriff's Deputy Gerard John Schaefer terrorises Florida, butchering female hitchhikers. Jailed for just two murders, detectives are gathering evidence to prove he's a prolific serial killer when he's savagely killed by a cellmate. Some believe justice is served.

Tue 30th May

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. Bellevue, Washington is a comfortable suburb just south of Seattle. On a quiet Saturday night in 1997, a young woman found strangled to death in a local park leads police back to her home where they find her family has been brutally murdered. This seemingly unprovoked atrocity leaves the town shaken to its core. None of this seems to make sense. On March 4, 1991 as the sun sets on the Wadsworth Military Housing Complex in Virginia, fears start to rise: seven-year-old Scot Weaver and nine-year-old Daniel Geier are missing. The full dimension of the tragedy hasn't sunk in yet for the victim's family; it is just the beginning of the nightmare.

Tue 30th May

Homicide Hunter

A beautiful Memorial Day turns deadly when mother-of-two, Shaundra Murr, is brutally run over in a quiet, residential neighbourhood. Police initially believe Shaundra was the victim of a standard hit and run, but Lt. Joe Kenda soon discovers evidence that suggests Shaundra's death wasn't quite so random. As Kenda digs deeper into the case, a bizarre tale of passion and jealousy unfolds - putting Kenda hot on the heels of a killer driven by rage.

Tue 30th May

The Detectives

This episode continues to follow the police investigation into Ray Teret, the Manchester radio DJ and friend of Jimmy Saville, accused of historic abuse against schoolgirls. It is centered around a dramatic three day interrogation of Teret at the end of which it's down to the Crown Prosecution Service to decide if he will be charged or go free. It's the culmination of more than a year's work for detectives Rod and Carol - and the moment when they finally reveal to Teret how many victims they have found and how much evidence they have against him. Carol, a specialist police interviewer, known as a 'tier 5', takes the lead, advising Rod on the best line of attack. She says, "It is absolutely like a game of poker, we know that we have evidence, but we don't tell them that. It is that ability to sit opposite someone and not to get that twitch in your eye and reveal that you actually know it don't let it show." With the testimony of 16 victims to get through and the custody clock ticking, the pressure is on for Carol and Rod. Alongside the interrogation of Ray Teret, the film also follows an online grooming investigation into Mark Cox, a 17-year-old accused of raping a 12-year-old girl. Detective Sergeant Jo explains, "Regardless of whether somebody consents or not at the age of 12 you can't legally consent to having sex so it becomes statutory rape anyway." The offender claims he met his victim on BBM, had no idea she was 12-years-old and as soon as he found out he stopped all contact with her. But when detectives analyse his mobile phone data it reveals a very different picture.

Wed 31st May

Morning

Killer Cops

Sheriff's Deputy Gerard John Schaefer terrorises Florida butchering female hitchhikers. Jailed for just two murders detectives are gathering evidence he's a prolific serial killer when he's savagely killed by a cellmate. Some believe justice is served.

Wed 31st May

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. Bellevue, Washington is a comfortable suburb just south of Seattle. On a quiet Saturday night in 1997, a young woman found strangled to death in a local park leads police back to her home where they find her family has been brutally murdered. This seemingly unprovoked atrocity leaves the town shaken to its core. None of this seems to make sense. On March 4 1991 as the sun sets on the Wadsworth Military Housing Complex in Virginia, fears start to rise: Seven-year-old Scot Weaver and nine-year-old Daniel Geier are missing. The full dimension of the tragedy hasn't sunk in yet for the victim's family, it is just the beginning of the nightmare.

Wed 31st May

Forensic Files

This series profiles intriguing crimes where science catches the bad guy. Follow coroners, medical examiners, physicians, law enforcement officials, journalists and legal experts as they put together the pieces of the crime puzzle.

Wed 31st May

Addicted To The Life

Rita Crundwell spends millions on horses and equipment. When it turns out that Rita's lavish lifestyle is being paid for by the 53 million dollars she's embezzled, it will take the FBI to knock Rita off her high horse. The factual series will reveal the human drama behind criminals who can't break the habit. Addicted to the Life will use a blend of interviews, real-life footage and dramatic recreations to portray the addicts and their actions. Each episode follows a person going deeper into criminality - whether a soccer mom becoming a Manhattan madam or a God-fearing woman robbing banks - as law enforcement officers, psychologists and family, friends and accomplices attempt to explain their addiction and actions.

Wed 31st May

World's Wildest Police Videos

World's Wildest Police Videos is the fast paced reality show featuring caught-on-tape criminals and the officers who take them down. Hosted by Sheriff John Bunnell, World's Wildest 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 31st May

Bait Car

Get a new perspective on auto theft as this program provides revealing insight into the criminal mind. Every nervous glance, giddy laugh and bone-headed conversation and arrest is captured on film, proving crime really doesn't pay.

Wed 31st May

Cops Uncut

This showcase of high-octane cop footage includes high-speed pursuits, unusual arrests, kamikaze crooks and massive crashes. Cops Uncut uses real life dashboard camera and security footage to highlight law enforcement agencies' most incredible moments. Enhanced by a witty voiceover, there's blue light carnage of every kind, from multi-car roadblocks to wheel-to-wheel clashes and head-on ramming. With determined car thieves willing to use any tactic to get away, America's finest must be smart and brave to outmaneuver them while protecting the public. Witness a plethora of hilarious and shocking crimes, confrontations and cunning escape attempts. With driving skills that leave a lot to be desired, there's hair-raising red light running, near misses galore and great chases. Real car crash TV!

Wed 31st May

Territory Cops

Constable Jenny Young follows up an urgent call about a cab driver who has been spontaneously attacked by a young female passenger. After grabbing the cabbie around the neck while he was driving at a high speed, the girl has run off with his wallet and ID. Jenny tracks down the aggressive lady, who is playing possum in the grounds of a nearby school. But getting this feral female into the cage really tests the young copper's mettle as she proves to have more than one trick up her sleeve. Senior Constable Frank Craig takes the lead on a case that he takes very seriously - tracking down a dangerous hoon driver who police have been made aware of through several complaints of public burn outs and speeding. The young hoon is in for a nasty surprise. Constables Mark Derkson and Luke McIntosh are called to an unusual job that comes about all too often. A man digging trenches in Darwin's Fannie Bay Park has stumbled upon an unexploded hand grenade circa WWII. Mark and Luke must assess the situation with caution and secure the area before calling in the military bomb squad to assess the danger. Sergeant Amee Meredith is travelling solo in her patrol car when she spots a suspicious vehicle and attempts to pull it over. Just as she gets the car to stop, the driver speeds off again, starting a mad pursuit that eventually comes crashing to a halt. With the driver nowhere in sight, Amee takes down the passenger's statement, but she needs all of her detective skills to sort out the fact from the fiction.

Wed 31st May

Born to Kill?

The recently appointed and apparently caring nurse Beverly Allitt had only just joined the staff of Children's Ward 4 of Grantham Hospital when a substantial rise in young patient deaths began occurring. At first no-one could explain why children, some as young as six months, were arriving on the ward with only minor health problems but would be leaving only days later dead. A shocked and seemingly uncomprehending public would eventually be informed the culprit was actually the very person who was meant to be caring for the children. During her 59-day stint as a nurse, 23-year-old Beverly Allitt, nicknamed the Angel of Death, attacked 13 children, killing four. From a very early age, Allitt was known to be an attention seeker, but was this desire to be at the centre of attention really the reason she attacked such innocent children, or was something far more psychologically disturbing the cause for this evil? Was Beverly Allitt born to kill?

Wed 31st May

Addicted To The Life

Rita Crundwell spends millions on horses and equipment. When it turns out that Rita's lavish lifestyle is being paid for by the 53 million dollars she's embezzled, it will take the FBI to knock Rita off her high horse. The factual series will reveal the human drama behind criminals who can't break the habit. Addicted to the Life will use a blend of interviews, real-life footage and dramatic recreations to portray the addicts and their actions. Each episode follows a person going deeper into criminality - whether a soccer mom becoming a Manhattan madam or a God-fearing woman robbing banks - as law enforcement officers, psychologists and family, friends and accomplices attempt to explain their addiction and actions.

Wed 31st May

Unusual Suspects

In the summer of 2011, Dalene Carlson moves to Stockton, California to expand her horizons. Still reeling from the rigours of the high-stress job she just quit, the twenty-three-year-old settles in with family and makes fast friends with a group of young locals. But just weeks after relocating, Dalene goes out for the evening and never comes home. Weeks later, a discovery in a nearby cornfield shocks the central valley community to its core and leads investigators on a search for a vicious killer. Does the answer to her murder lie within her new social circle, or the life she recently left behind?

Wed 31st May

A Stranger In My Home

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. A Stranger In My Home is the perfect blend of mystery and suspense, telling the true stories of new relationships and how strangers can turn against you. In 1998, in Houston, a new couple sets up house together, full of hope and the promise of a happy future. Who could ever imagine that this bungalow will shift from a love nest to a house of horrors?

Wed 31st May

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. Bellevue, Washington is a comfortable suburb just south of Seattle. On a quiet Saturday night in 1997, a young woman found strangled to death in a local park leads police back to her home where they find her family has been brutally murdered. This seemingly unprovoked atrocity leaves the town shaken to its core. None of this seems to make sense. On March 4 1991 as the sun sets on the Wadsworth Military Housing Complex in Virginia, fears start to rise: Seven-year-old Scot Weaver and nine-year-old Daniel Geier are missing. The full dimension of the tragedy hasn't sunk in yet for the victim's family, it is just the beginning of the nightmare.

Wed 31st May

Murder Book

In 1986, in Largo, FL, a rookie detective is called to a crime scene in the middle of the night. Inside an upstairs apartment, the body of 38-year-old William Cosco is discovered bound to his bed, dead from multiple stab wounds. Neighbours recall hearing odd noises, and seeing a bushy-haired man fleeing from the apartment complex before the murder. Armed with a composite sketch, the detective pursues the unkempt killer from the gay bars of Tampa to the fishing docks of Tarpon Springs, but the trail eventually goes cold. Two decades later, another rookie detective assigned to his first cold case finally tracks down the elusive killer.

Wed 31st May

Born to Kill?

The recently appointed and apparently caring nurse Beverly Allitt had only just joined the staff of Children's Ward 4 of Grantham Hospital when a substantial rise in young patient deaths began occurring. At first no-one could explain why children, some as young as six months, were arriving on the ward with only minor health problems but would be leaving only days later dead. A shocked and seemingly uncomprehending public would eventually be informed the culprit was actually the very person who was meant to be caring for the children. During her 59-day stint as a nurse, 23-year-old Beverly Allitt, nicknamed the Angel of Death, attacked 13 children, killing four. From a very early age, Allitt was known to be an attention seeker, but was this desire to be at the centre of attention really the reason she attacked such innocent children, or was something far more psychologically disturbing the cause for this evil? Was Beverly Allitt born to kill?

Wed 31st May

Noon

World's Toughest Prisons

This series seeks out the world's most notorious and extraordinary prisons, finding them on various continents. Discover a lifestyle which few of us will ever experience, but which is a brutal everyday reality for many. Experience first-hand the challenges that each guard faces on a daily basis and - conversely - learn about the prisoner's struggles to develop strategies for survival. This is a never-before-seen insight into an unbelievable world, a world which exists within the realms of law and justice but with its own definitions of right and wrong.

Wed 31st May

Killer Cops

Sheriff's Deputy Gerard John Schaefer terrorises Florida butchering female hitchhikers. Jailed for just two murders detectives are gathering evidence he's a prolific serial killer when he's savagely killed by a cellmate. Some believe justice is served.

Wed 31st May

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. Bellevue, Washington is a comfortable suburb just south of Seattle. On a quiet Saturday night in 1997, a young woman found strangled to death in a local park leads police back to her home where they find her family has been brutally murdered. This seemingly unprovoked atrocity leaves the town shaken to its core. None of this seems to make sense. On March 4 1991 as the sun sets on the Wadsworth Military Housing Complex in Virginia, fears start to rise: Seven-year-old Scot Weaver and nine-year-old Daniel Geier are missing. The full dimension of the tragedy hasn't sunk in yet for the victim's family, it is just the beginning of the nightmare.

Wed 31st May

Homicide Hunter

A beautiful Memorial Day turns deadly when mother-of-two, Shaundra Murr, is brutally run over in a quiet, residential neighbourhood. Police initially believe Shaundra was the victim of a standard hit and run, but Lt. Joe Kenda soon discovers evidence that suggests Shaundra's death wasn't quite so random. As Kenda digs deeper into the case, a bizarre tale of passion and jealousy unfolds - putting Kenda hot on the heels of a killer driven by rage.

Wed 31st May

Murder Book

In Largo, FL, a young detective answering his first homicide call finds a 42-year-old bartender named Susan Heyliger lying behind her bar in a pool of blood. Crime scene evidence suggests that Susan may have surprised a burglar who'd been hiding and lying in wait after the bar closed for the night. For the next decade, the detective lives and breathes the case, adding new evidence to the murder book, but never quite catching his killer. When he retires, it's the only homicide he left unsolved. In 2003, a cold case investigator takes on Susan's murder book, and is eventually able to trap the killer in his own lies.

Wed 31st May

Fatal Compulsion: New Detectives

Forensic psychologists delve into the minds of serial killers, explaining why, most often, they can be a friendly neighbour or the tenacious co-worker - the one who hides his or her dark side better than anyone else. Detectives show us what forensic techniques, the VICAP system and clever investigating have done to bring these killers to justice.

Wed 31st May

Evening

Cops

When Sacramento, CA, police are called to arrest an armed carjacker, he careens the stolen vehicle into a curb and a frantic foot chase ensues. Deputies in Hillsborough County, FL, are flagged down and forced to chase thirsty thieves in the night. Also featured are two undercover narcotics busts in a gang-ridden area of Houston, TX.

Wed 31st May

Cops

(Santa Ana, CA - 11:09 PM Street Patrol) Officer goes to a gun range to qualify. Officers encounter a young male in a bad neighbourhood and upon searching his person they find a cocked gun and bullets.

Wed 31st May

Crimes That Shook Britain

Peter Tobin is one of the most notorious serial killers in the UK. From 1991 - 2006 he raped and murdered three young girls, Dinah McNicol, Vicky Hamilton and Angelika Kluk. Yet even prior to these horrific murders, he had a history of violence, raping two 14-year-old girls and leaving them for dead. Luckily they survived.

Wed 31st May

Homicide Hunter

A young mother-to-be is shot in the neck and left for dead. To catch her assailant, Lt Joe Kenda must elicit a death-bed confession from the victim herself. Then a bloated corpse is found floating in Monument Creek, but much of the physical evidence has been washed away. Kenda is out of leads until he turns his attention to a mysterious vagabond encampment on a nearby riverbank.

Wed 31st May

60 Days In

Jessica, Michelle, and Mauri wake up to overflowing toilets creating a massive flood in the entire pod, and heightening their sense of disgust with the conditions of the jail. While Mauri starts keeping a journal of her observations, Jessica and Michelle reveal to each other their participation in the program and both show signs of being on the edge of a breakdown. In Zone 500, Nate's forehead is split open while playing ball with Too Tall and his crew. With blood gushing down his face, Nate is rushed to the medical unit for care. When he returns to the pod, the Bloods show their concern and respect towards Nate. Calvin, on the other hand, is disrespected by Too Tall, who takes possession of Calvin's tablet during lockdown. Matt believes he is unjustly punished because of his cellmate's behaviour. In Zone 600, Jon is being tested by Dashaun, forcing him to confront the teen and stand his ground.

Wed 31st May

Homicide Hunter

When the son of a prominent politician is found beaten to death in the basement of his home, responding officers believe it's a burglary gone awry. But when Lt. Kenda discovers the victim was leading an eccentric, secret lifestyle, he and his men must delve deep into the city's seedy underbelly. Before the killer can be brought to justice however, Kenda will embark on a cross-country manhunt, teaming up with one of America's most famous police departments along the way.

Wed 31st May

Crimes That Shook Britain

Peter Tobin is one of the most notorious serial killers in the UK. From 1991 - 2006 he raped and murdered three young girls, Dinah McNicol, Vicky Hamilton and Angelika Kluk. Yet even prior to these horrific murders, he had a history of violence, raping two 14-year-old girls and leaving them for dead. Luckily they survived.

Thu 1st June

Morning

60 Days In

Jessica, Michelle, and Mauri wake up to overflowing toilets creating a massive flood in the entire pod, and heightening their sense of disgust with the conditions of the jail. While Mauri starts keeping a journal of her observations, Jessica and Michelle reveal to each other their participation in the program and both show signs of being on the edge of a breakdown. In Zone 500, Nate's forehead is split open while playing ball with Too Tall and his crew. With blood gushing down his face, Nate is rushed to the medical unit for care. When he returns to the pod, the Bloods show their concern and respect towards Nate. Calvin, on the other hand, is disrespected by Too Tall, who takes possession of Calvin's tablet during lockdown. Matt believes he is unjustly punished because of his cellmate's behaviour. In Zone 600, Jon is being tested by Dashaun, forcing him to confront the teen and stand his ground.

Thu 1st June

Homicide Hunter

A young mother-to-be is shot in the neck and left for dead. To catch her assailant, Lt Joe Kenda must elicit a death-bed confession from the victim herself. Then a bloated corpse is found floating in Monument Creek, but much of the physical evidence has been washed away. Kenda is out of leads until he turns his attention to a mysterious vagabond encampment on a nearby riverbank.

Thu 1st June

Forensic Files

This series profiles intriguing crimes where science catches the bad guy. Follow coroners, medical examiners, physicians, law enforcement officials, journalists and legal experts as they put together the pieces of the crime puzzle.

Thu 1st June

Addicted To The Life

The factual series will reveal the human drama behind criminals who can't break the habit. Addicted to the Life will use a blend of interviews, real-life footage and dramatic recreations to portray the addicts and their actions. Each episode follows a person going deeper into criminality - whether a soccer mum becoming a Manhattan madam or a God-fearing woman robbing banks - as law enforcement officers, psychologists and family, friends and accomplices attempt to explain their addiction and actions.

Thu 1st June

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 1st June

Bait Car

Get a new perspective on auto theft as this program provides revealing insight into the criminal mind. Every nervous glance, giddy laugh, bone-headed conversation and arrest is captured on film, proving crime really doesn't pay.

Thu 1st June

Cops Uncut

This showcase of high-octane cop footage includes high-speed pursuits, unusual arrests, kamikaze crooks and massive crashes. Cops Uncut uses real life dashboard camera and security footage to highlight law enforcement agencies' most incredible moments. Enhanced by a witty voiceover, there's blue light carnage of every kind, from multi-car roadblocks to wheel-to-wheel clashes and head-on ramming. With determined car thieves willing to use any tactic to get away, America's finest must be smart and brave to outmaneuver them while protecting the public. Witness a plethora of hilarious and shocking crimes, confrontations and cunning escape attempts. With driving skills that leave a lot to be desired, there's hair-raising red light running, near misses galore and great chases. Real car crash TV!

Thu 1st June

Territory Cops

Senior Sergeant Andrew Heath and Senior Constable Tammy Watson are casting a keen eye over Mitchell St in their weekend City Safe patrol. They are soon called to the aid of a young damsel in distress who suspects her persistent ex-boyfriend has stolen both her phone and handbag. As Andrew and Tammy track down the ex, it's obvious he's not happy about the break-up, and his relationship status isn't the only thing he's lying about. Constable Sean Holmes explains the origins of his somewhat unusual nickname, Wombat. He reveals the motivation behind his significant career change from Melbourne Casino manager to Northern Territory police officer and his perilously close encounter with the local wildlife. Sergeant Amee Meredith and Constable Doug Roberts play a game of cat and mouse as they pursue a dangerously drunk driver who is speeding through the suburbs at night without any headlights. When they finally bring the driver to a standstill, things get personal as the man begins to make a series of bizarre drunken comments about Amee's mum.

Thu 1st June

Born to Kill?

Early one evening in 1993, loner and lifelong underachiever Colin Ireland declared a startling New Year's resolution to a shocked newspaper journalist. He was going to become a serial killer. Over the next six months, Ireland was as good as his word and went on to lure five gay men to their death. As the media whipped up a frenzy of fear, proclaiming a 'Gay Slayer' was loose on the streets of London, Ireland continued to taunt those detectives trying to catch him. Eventually, Ireland found himself backed into a corner as police closed the net around him. What followed was a mesmerisingly open and honest video recording by Colin Ireland confessing to all five murders. Was infamy and recognition the only drive for serial killer Colin Ireland as he went about fulfilling his twisted New Year resolution, or was there a far darker, more compelling cause for the vicious killings. Was Colin Ireland born to kill?

Thu 1st June

Addicted To The Life

The factual series will reveal the human drama behind criminals who can't break the habit. Addicted to the Life will use a blend of interviews, real-life footage and dramatic recreations to portray the addicts and their actions. Each episode follows a person going deeper into criminality - whether a soccer mum becoming a Manhattan madam or a God-fearing woman robbing banks - as law enforcement officers, psychologists and family, friends and accomplices attempt to explain their addiction and actions.

Thu 1st June

Unusual Suspects

In 1988, nine-year-old Dolana Clark is a girl on a mission, determined to buy a prized kitten from her local pet store. Before she can make her last payment, the spirited youngster ventures out on her red bicycle and never returns. The community of Great Falls, Montana unites in concern, combing the streets and outlying areas, but no sign of the girl is found. In spite of investigators efforts, the case goes cold. Fourteen years later, a chance encounter at a bus stop prompts detectives to pick up the trail, finally leading them to the horrifying truth behind Dolana's disappearance.

Thu 1st June

A Stranger In My Home

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. A Stranger In My Home is the perfect blend of mystery and suspense, telling the true stories of new relationships and how strangers can turn against you. Horror director, Albert Adamson plans to renovate a dilapidated estate. What he doesn't realise is that less than a year later, the home will become the set of a horror movie and he will play the starring role.

Thu 1st June

Homicide Hunter

A young mother-to-be is shot in the neck and left for dead. To catch her assailant, Lt Joe Kenda must elicit a death-bed confession from the victim herself. Then a bloated corpse is found floating in Monument Creek, but much of the physical evidence has been washed away. Kenda is out of leads until he turns his attention to a mysterious vagabond encampment on a nearby riverbank.

Thu 1st June

Murder Book

In Largo, FL, a young detective answering his first homicide call finds a 42-year-old bartender named Susan Heyliger lying behind her bar in a pool of blood. Crime scene evidence suggests that Susan may have surprised a burglar who'd been hiding and lying in wait after the bar closed for the night. For the next decade, the detective lives and breathes the case, adding new evidence to the murder book, but never quite catching his killer. When he retires, it's the only homicide he left unsolved. In 2003, a cold case investigator takes on Susan's murder book, and is eventually able to trap the killer in his own lies.

Thu 1st June

Born to Kill?

Early one evening in 1993, loner and lifelong underachiever Colin Ireland declared a startling New Year's resolution to a shocked newspaper journalist. He was going to become a serial killer. Over the next six months, Ireland was as good as his word and went on to lure five gay men to their death. As the media whipped up a frenzy of fear, proclaiming a 'Gay Slayer' was loose on the streets of London, Ireland continued to taunt those detectives trying to catch him. Eventually, Ireland found himself backed into a corner as police closed the net around him. What followed was a mesmerisingly open and honest video recording by Colin Ireland confessing to all five murders. Was infamy and recognition the only drive for serial killer Colin Ireland as he went about fulfilling his twisted New Year resolution, or was there a far darker, more compelling cause for the vicious killings. Was Colin Ireland born to kill?

Thu 1st June

Noon

Crimes That Shook Britain

Peter Tobin is one of the most notorious serial killers in the UK. From 1991 - 2006 he raped and murdered three young girls, Dinah McNicol, Vicky Hamilton and Angelika Kluk. Yet even prior to these horrific murders, he had a history of violence, raping two 14-year-old girls and leaving them for dead. Luckily they survived.

Thu 1st June

Homicide Hunter

A young mother-to-be is shot in the neck and left for dead. To catch her assailant, Lt Joe Kenda must elicit a death-bed confession from the victim herself. Then a bloated corpse is found floating in Monument Creek, but much of the physical evidence has been washed away. Kenda is out of leads until he turns his attention to a mysterious vagabond encampment on a nearby riverbank.

Thu 1st June

60 Days In

Jessica, Michelle, and Mauri wake up to overflowing toilets creating a massive flood in the entire pod, and heightening their sense of disgust with the conditions of the jail. While Mauri starts keeping a journal of her observations, Jessica and Michelle reveal to each other their participation in the program and both show signs of being on the edge of a breakdown. In Zone 500, Nate's forehead is split open while playing ball with Too Tall and his crew. With blood gushing down his face, Nate is rushed to the medical unit for care. When he returns to the pod, the Bloods show their concern and respect towards Nate. Calvin, on the other hand, is disrespected by Too Tall, who takes possession of Calvin's tablet during lockdown. Matt believes he is unjustly punished because of his cellmate's behaviour. In Zone 600, Jon is being tested by Dashaun, forcing him to confront the teen and stand his ground.

Thu 1st June

Homicide Hunter

When the son of a prominent politician is found beaten to death in the basement of his home, responding officers believe it's a burglary gone awry. But when Lt. Kenda discovers the victim was leading an eccentric, secret lifestyle, he and his men must delve deep into the city's seedy underbelly. Before the killer can be brought to justice however, Kenda will embark on a cross-country manhunt, teaming up with one of America's most famous police departments along the way.

Thu 1st June

Murder Book

In 1985, two 27-year-old best friends, David Tyll and Brian Ognjan, head out for a weekend of hunting in the Michigan woods. They are never seen again. Despite the dedicated efforts of law enforcement officers, family and friends, no trace of the two men is found. Until one determined cold case detective discovers a dark and terrible secret that a rural town in Central Michigan is harbouring. After befriending a local woman, and slowly earning her trust, the cop is rewarded with a first-hand account of what happened to David and Brian during their ill-fated hunting trip 27 years earlier.

Thu 1st June

Bodies Of Evidence: New Detectives

It is difficult to convict a murderer if the body can't be found. But forensic science is finding ways to do it. Devious killers can think up many was to dispose of their victim's remains, but they are often no matches for creative and devoted investigators. A speck of blood, a piece of a fingernail or a strand of hair may now be enough evidence to prove a murder and capture a killer.

Thu 1st June

Evening

Cops

An officer on the graveyard shift in Sacramento, CA, is called to investigate a traffic stop where the driver has passed off illegal substances to the passenger. In King County, WA, officers search the ground from a helicopter to track a suspect who allegedly threatened to kill his girlfriend. In a sign of desperate times, officers in Hillsborough County, FL, question two suspects caught siphoning gas from a car only to discover they had also been snorting cocaine.

Thu 1st June

Cops

(8:59 PM Fight Call) Two male college students try to steal a flamingo from a hotel. Later, a routine traffic stop turns into a prostitution arrest.

Thu 1st June

Relentless

What if your loved one was in danger? What would you do? How far would you go to make things right?

Thu 1st June

It Takes A Killer

A wayward son from a lawless home goes on a 24-hour shooting spree, killing five people from two separate families in two different states. Police quickly identify the suspect - an ex-con who's recently escaped from a halfway house. The race is on to capture him before he can kill again.

Thu 1st June

It Takes A Killer

When a friendly woman without an enemy in the world is savagely murdered inside her rural Louisiana home, cops suspect her killer is an ex-lover. But after two years of investigation, and a series of informants, law enforcement discovers the real perpetrators are her bigoted neighbour and his deranged friends.

Thu 1st June

The Imposter

In 1994 a 13-year-old boy disappears without a trace from San Antonio, Texas. Three and a half years later he is found alive, thousands of miles away in a village in southern Spain with a story of kidnap and torture. His family is overjoyed to bring him home. But all is not quite as it seems. The boy bears many of the same distinguishing marks he always had, but why does he now have a strange accent? Why does he look so different? And why doesn't the family seem to notice these glaring inconsistencies? It's only when an investigator starts asking questions that this strange tale takes an even stranger turn.

Thu 1st June

Love & Sex in An Age of Pornography

The internet age has revolutionised the porn business. On televisions, laptops and mobile phones, porn is increasingly accessible and free to view for all. How has this "porn revolution" shaped young people's nascent ideas and expectations of love, sex and relationships? We follow a group of teenagers who, with unflinching honesty and realism, reflect on the influence of porn on their lives. Has it changed their sexual tastes and behaviours? What are the differences between boys and girls in their approach to porn? What is the effect of the porn industry's move into ever more hardcore scenes? With exclusive behind the scenes access to the stars and directors at the centre of the international porn industry in LA and Budapest, the film provides intimate insights into all sides of the porn industry - from the gritty details of porn's production to its effects on curious youngsters - exposing the bare reality behind the fantasy.

Fri 2nd June

Morning

It Takes A Killer

A wayward son from a lawless home goes on a 24-hour shooting spree, killing five people from two separate families in two different states. Police quickly identify the suspect - an ex-con who's recently escaped from a halfway house. The race is on to capture him before he can kill again.

Fri 2nd June

It Takes A Killer

When a friendly woman without an enemy in the world is savagely murdered inside her rural Louisiana home, cops suspect her killer is an ex-lover. But after two years of investigation, and a series of informants, law enforcement discovers the real perpetrators are her bigoted neighbour and his deranged friends.

Fri 2nd June

Relentless

What if your loved one was in danger? What would you do? How far would you go to make things right?

Fri 2nd June

Forensic Files

This series profiles intriguing crimes where science catches the bad guy. Follow coroners, medical examiners, physicians, law enforcement officials, journalists and legal experts as they put together the pieces of the crime puzzle.

Fri 2nd June

Territory Cops

Detective Sergeant Kenny Bradshaw is running a major, week-long drug operation at Darwin Airport that he hopes will put a serious dent in the Darwin drug trade. Enlisting the help of three of the Territory's best dog handlers and their canine counterparts, he is in for a week full of nasty surprises. They're the smallest mounted police unit in the entire country, but Senior Constable Courtney McCartney, Constable Kelly-Mae Walters, and Constable Tanith Blair can't see themselves doing anything else. These three female police officers, who patrol Darwin in the saddle, show viewers the upside of having a 500kg animal on their team. It's 3am in Darwin, and for the city's partygoers, that means a lockout from all the pubs and clubs. For Probationary Constable Warwick Baldwin and Senior Constable Sean Stanley, it means that business on the street is about to pick up. From breaking up private road parties to dealing with the bizarre case of the "stolen eyeball", it's a night of endless possibilities.

Fri 2nd June

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 2nd June

Bait Car

Get a new perspective on auto theft as this program provides revealing insight into the criminal mind. Every nervous glance, giddy laugh, bone-headed conversation and arrest is captured on film, proving crime really doesn't pay.

Fri 2nd June

Cops Uncut

This showcase of high-octane cop footage includes high-speed pursuits, unusual arrests, kamikaze crooks and massive crashes. Cops Uncut uses real life dashboard camera and security footage to highlight law enforcement agencies' most incredible moments. Enhanced by a witty voiceover, there's blue light carnage of every kind, from multi-car roadblocks to wheel-to-wheel clashes and head-on ramming. With determined car thieves willing to use any tactic to get away, America's finest must be smart and brave to outmaneuver them while protecting the public. Witness a plethora of hilarious and shocking crimes, confrontations and cunning escape attempts. With driving skills that leave a lot to be desired, there's hair-raising red light running, near misses galore and great chases. Real car crash TV!

Fri 2nd June

Cops

An officer on the graveyard shift in Sacramento, CA, is called to investigate a traffic stop where the driver has passed off illegal substances to the passenger. In King County, WA, officers search the ground from a helicopter to track a suspect who allegedly threatened to kill his girlfriend. In a sign of desperate times, officers in Hillsborough County, FL, question two suspects caught siphoning gas from a car only to discover they had also been snorting cocaine.

Fri 2nd June

Born to Kill?

Charles Manson and his so-called family would become the most infamous killers of the 20th century. Over two bloody nights in August 1969, seven people - including actress Sharon Tate, the pregnant wife of movie director Roman Polanski - were savagely murdered in their homes. The series of brutal and seemingly senseless crimes would shock the world and spell the end of the 1960s hippie dream. But what made Charles Manson the man he was? Why did so many young people fall under his spell? And how was he able to so easily convince them to slaughter innocent people without conscience? This program asks the detectives, attorneys, and psychiatrists who tried to unravel the mystery, plus former members of the cult, were Manson and his 'family' born to kill?

Fri 2nd June

Territory Cops

Detective Sergeant Kenny Bradshaw is running a major, week-long drug operation at Darwin Airport that he hopes will put a serious dent in the Darwin drug trade. Enlisting the help of three of the Territory's best dog handlers and their canine counterparts, he is in for a week full of nasty surprises. They're the smallest mounted police unit in the entire country, but Senior Constable Courtney McCartney, Constable Kelly-Mae Walters, and Constable Tanith Blair can't see themselves doing anything else. These three female police officers, who patrol Darwin in the saddle, show viewers the upside of having a 500kg animal on their team. It's 3am in Darwin, and for the city's partygoers, that means a lockout from all the pubs and clubs. For Probationary Constable Warwick Baldwin and Senior Constable Sean Stanley, it means that business on the street is about to pick up. From breaking up private road parties to dealing with the bizarre case of the "stolen eyeball", it's a night of endless possibilities.

Fri 2nd June

Unusual Suspects

In the early morning hours of November 30, 1984, 20-year-old math student Deborah Wilson works alone in a basement lab on the campus of Drexel University. Having just sent her boyfriend home for some rest, Deborah is determined to push on with her work. Hours later, her body is found in a stairwell, strangled to death and missing her shoes and socks. Was Deborah a random victim, or the target of a deadly admirer? Nearly a decade later, the dedicated work of Philadelphia investigators unearths the shocking obsession that drove a twisted killer to take Deborah Wilson's life.

Fri 2nd June

A Stranger In My Home

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. A Stranger In My Home is the perfect blend of mystery and suspense, telling the true stories of new relationships and how strangers can turn against you. Bubbly and sweet Darlene Hayes is pregnant, and Southgate Drive is where she's going to build her nest with Roberto Rodriguez. But when a new friendship turns deadly her promise for a bright future may be lost.

Fri 2nd June

Ice Cold Killers

To David Lemaire, the tiny Alaskan village of Tazlina seems like the perfect place to raise a family -isolated from the kind of evil that lurks in big cities. But, his world is turned upside down when his 11-year-old daughter, Mandy, is kidnapped from the town of 200 in broad daylight. He suspects it's the work of an unknown outsider, but days after the young girl's body is found, locals begin pointing the finger at one another and police ultimately discover evil is in their midst.

Fri 2nd June

Murder Book

In 1985, two 27-year-old best friends, David Tyll and Brian Ognjan, head out for a weekend of hunting in the Michigan woods. They are never seen again. Despite the dedicated efforts of law enforcement officers, family and friends, no trace of the two men is found. Until one determined cold case detective discovers a dark and terrible secret that a rural town in Central Michigan is harbouring. After befriending a local woman, and slowly earning her trust, the cop is rewarded with a first-hand account of what happened to David and Brian during their ill-fated hunting trip 27 years earlier.

Fri 2nd June

Born to Kill?

Charles Manson and his so-called family would become the most infamous killers of the 20th century. Over two bloody nights in August 1969, seven people - including actress Sharon Tate, the pregnant wife of movie director Roman Polanski - were savagely murdered in their homes. The series of brutal and seemingly senseless crimes would shock the world and spell the end of the 1960s hippie dream. But what made Charles Manson the man he was? Why did so many young people fall under his spell? And how was he able to so easily convince them to slaughter innocent people without conscience? This program asks the detectives, attorneys, and psychiatrists who tried to unravel the mystery, plus former members of the cult, were Manson and his 'family' born to kill?

Fri 2nd June

Noon

Relentless

What if your loved one was in danger? What would you do? How far would you go to make things right?

Fri 2nd June

It Takes A Killer

A wayward son from a lawless home goes on a 24-hour shooting spree, killing five people from two separate families in two different states. Police quickly identify the suspect - an ex-con who's recently escaped from a halfway house. The race is on to capture him before he can kill again.

Fri 2nd June

It Takes A Killer

When a friendly woman without an enemy in the world is savagely murdered inside her rural Louisiana home, cops suspect her killer is an ex-lover. But after two years of investigation, and a series of informants, law enforcement discovers the real perpetrators are her bigoted neighbour and his deranged friends.

Fri 2nd June

The Imposter

In 1994 a 13-year-old boy disappears without a trace from San Antonio, Texas. Three and a half years later he is found alive, thousands of miles away in a village in southern Spain with a story of kidnap and torture. His family is overjoyed to bring him home. But all is not quite as it seems. The boy bears many of the same distinguishing marks he always had, but why does he now have a strange accent? Why does he look so different? And why doesn't the family seem to notice these glaring inconsistencies? It's only when an investigator starts asking questions that this strange tale takes an even stranger turn.

Fri 2nd June

Murder Book

On a spring night in 1974, 27-year-old Barbara Lloyd is stabbed to death in her Buffalo, NY home as her two young children sleep in the next room. Found by her husband after a night out, investigators place him at the top of their suspect list. Without enough evidence to make an arrest, Barbara's murder book gathers dust. Thirty years later, when the victim's adult children come looking for answers, a rookie detective takes up the challenge. With fresh eyes, the young investigator finds a new clue amongst the old files, helping to unlock an old family secret and bring Barbara's killer to justice.

Fri 2nd June

Shreds Of Evidence: New Detectives

Hairs and Fibres: The tiniest filament can become a mark of distinction in the most singular and intimate of ways. Investigators have come to rely on forensic evidence as fine as a carpet fibre or as innocent as an eyelash to crack difficult cases.

Fri 2nd June

Evening

Cops

Police in King County, WA, respond to a disturbance call where an intoxicated suspect feels some liquid courage and wants to fight. In Minneapolis, MN, an officer is forced to use a taser on a man who describes himself as "lion". In Las Vegas, police are called to investigate a battery charge as a woman tries to retrieve her mother's belongings but ends up with more than she bargained for.

Fri 2nd June

Cops

While on routine patrol, Officer Peter Connell of the Las Vegas, NV, Metropolitan Police Department observes a female pedestrian allowing a male stranger to kiss and fondle her in public. When the officer questions the couple about their conduct, the inebriated woman becomes annoyed and alleges that the officer is harassing them. Another heated segment features Officer Ryan Cook of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department spotting a woman brushing a man off before he gets in his car. Concerned for the woman's safety, the officer stops the vehicle and questions the occupants. Upon questioning, the uneasy driver tells the officer that he got into a fight with his girlfriend because she believes that he's a "loser". Meanwhile, the woman confirms her boyfriend's account and allows the officer to search the vehicle, where he finds several open containers and roach clips.

Fri 2nd June

#killerpost

True stories of the most jaw-dropping and shocking cases where social media activity has had dangerous and deadly consequences. Although the crimes differ in nature, they all share a common theme - social media posts were the catalysts for deadly repercussions. Through cinematic re-enactments of both the crimes and stories behind them, coupled with witness testimonies and expert interviews, each pulse-pounding episode will feature extreme cases in which a post, a poke or even a tweet led to a violent and even deadly result. From a seemingly innocent online connection that ends in homicide, to an online feud between best friends that leads to a public physical altercation, viewers will witness how the boundaries between the real and online world are breaking down with shocking results and sometimes fatal outcomes. In this episode, a mutual love for rap music and clown makeup leads two Facebook friends to meet in person, but when one over stays their welcome, the results can turn deadly.

Fri 2nd June

Autopsy: The Last Hours of

This episode features Whitney Houston, a singer and actress with a once-in-a-generation voice that propelled her into the pop stratosphere. No amount of talent, however, could protect her from the demons that brought about her death in a Hollywood hotel bathroom at the age of just 48. The evidence revealed by Houston's autopsy tells an astonishing story of excess. It reveals in detail the damage done by years of abuse, from liver and heart disease caused by alcohol and smoking, to the perforated septum ravaged by repeatedly snorting cocaine. This program also uncovers the cocktail of drugs that contributed to the star's death, from prescription medications to marijuana and freebase cocaine. Most importantly, the evidence offers a unique insight into the final minutes of Houston's life alone in a bathroom, finally revealing the causes of her death, how she died, and the desperate battle to save her life.

Fri 2nd June

Babies Behind Bars

After Officer Leath cracks down, Sydney fears her daughter Aubree will be taken away. A new pregnant inmate Donyell enters the program and is immediately targeted by the mean girls who accuse her of stealing a radio.

Fri 2nd June

60 Days In

Jessica, Michelle, and Mauri wake up to overflowing toilets creating a massive flood in the entire pod, and heightening their sense of disgust with the conditions of the jail. While Mauri starts keeping a journal of her observations, Jessica and Michelle reveal to each other their participation in the program and both show signs of being on the edge of a breakdown. In Zone 500, Nate's forehead is split open while playing ball with Too Tall and his crew. With blood gushing down his face, Nate is rushed to the medical unit for care. When he returns to the pod, the Bloods show their concern and respect towards Nate. Calvin, on the other hand, is disrespected by Too Tall, who takes possession of Calvin's tablet during lockdown. Matt believes he is unjustly punished because of his cellmate's behaviour. In Zone 600, Jon is being tested by Dashaun, forcing him to confront the teen and stand his ground.

Fri 2nd June

World's Toughest Prisons

This series seeks out the world's most notorious and extraordinary prisons, finding them on various continents. Discover a lifestyle which few of us will ever experience, but which is a brutal everyday reality for many. Experience first-hand the challenges that each guard faces on a daily basis and - conversely - learn about the prisoner's struggles to develop strategies for survival. This is a never-before-seen insight into an unbelievable world, a world which exists within the realms of law and justice but with its own definitions of right and wrong.

Sat 3rd June

Morning

Final 24

September 6, 1978. Keith Moon is one of the most outrageous rock'n'roll performers in the world. As the genius drummer for The Who, wild-man Moon is a non-stop party animal. In 24 hours, however, the party will be over and Moon will be dead. Featuring archival footage, dramatic re-enactments, and interviews with his family and closest companions, Final 24 documents the final moments of this rock star's life.

Sat 3rd June

60 Days In

Jessica, Michelle, and Mauri wake up to overflowing toilets creating a massive flood in the entire pod, and heightening their sense of disgust with the conditions of the jail. While Mauri starts keeping a journal of her observations, Jessica and Michelle reveal to each other their participation in the program and both show signs of being on the edge of a breakdown. In Zone 500, Nate's forehead is split open while playing ball with Too Tall and his crew. With blood gushing down his face, Nate is rushed to the medical unit for care. When he returns to the pod, the Bloods show their concern and respect towards Nate. Calvin, on the other hand, is disrespected by Too Tall, who takes possession of Calvin's tablet during lockdown. Matt believes he is unjustly punished because of his cellmate's behaviour. In Zone 600, Jon is being tested by Dashaun, forcing him to confront the teen and stand his ground.

Sat 3rd June

Forensic Files

This series profiles intriguing crimes where science catches the bad guy. Follow coroners, medical examiners, physicians, law enforcement officials, journalists and legal experts as they put together the pieces of the crime puzzle.

Sat 3rd June

Territory Cops

Constables Sean "Wombat" Holmes and Luke McIntosh are on their regular night patrol when they notice a car driving without lights on. As they move to follow the vehicle, the driver races off at top speed. It's a dangerous race to catch the driver, who clearly has something to hide - and it's not just the old fish in his boot. It's a desperate race to save a life when Sergeant Amee Meredith comes across a woman staggering along the side of the road late at night. As the woman collapses in front of her, Amee discovers an empty bottle of sleeping pills and a "sorry" note that quickly suggests this is not a run-of-the-mill case of intoxication. Sergeant Sean Patterson and Senior Constable Josh Streeter are on their regular weekend City Safe patrol. Word is some notorious bikie gang members are in town. Sean and Josh soon track them down to a pub, where one well-built punter has decided to try to take them on, all by himself. Talking the foolhardy big bloke down takes all of Josh's powers.

Sat 3rd June

World's Toughest Prisons

This series seeks out the world's most notorious and extraordinary prisons, finding them on various continents. Discover a lifestyle which few of us will ever experience, but which is a brutal everyday reality for many. Experience first-hand the challenges that each guard faces on a daily basis and - conversely - learn about the prisoner's struggles to develop strategies for survival. This is a never-before-seen insight into an unbelievable world, a world which exists within the realms of law and justice but with its own definitions of right and wrong.

Sat 3rd June

Criminals Caught On Camera

Criminals beware: one way or another, you're going to be caught on camera. Intrepid journalist Nick Wallis tours Britain in search of crimes. Nick visits police forces, private detectives, local councils, shopping centres, sports events and members of the public, hunting down stories on how CCTV and new technological advances are being used in the fight against all kinds of criminals. From handbag snatching to gangland murder, we reveal the shocking footage and real crimes that are caught on camera in the UK, as well as exploring the devious tactics of pickpockets, shoplifters and con artists. Nick Wallis also teams up with Britain's leading sleight of hand expert to reveal the working methods and skills of real con artists. Crucially, they show how the general public can be more guarded and prevent themselves from becoming victims. In this episode the focus is on two of the most common areas of crime caught on camera, drunkenness and violence. From mass street brawls to urinating in public, unprovoked attacks to lewd behaviour, it's all on camera. In Huntingdon CCTV captured all the drunken violence each weekend as the sleepy town turned into something resembling the wild west and would be at the forefront of the initiative to turn things round. Presenter Nick Wallis goes to Chester on race day to find out how the local council and police are using cameras to deal with the 50,000 people who'll drink this small city dry and the trouble that it brings. CCTV operator Paul Hunt is at forefront of recording crime in Chester and tells Nick, "My dad said that after the war 200,000 people came to Chester Races and there was no trouble, nowadays it's 50,000 and there's loads of trouble." In Rotherham, CCTV operators Martyn and Dave who are linked into radio contact with nightclub bouncers to try and prevent trouble at the weekend. Drunken chaos and fights occur, but when the police arrive the operators rewind the footage and tell them who to arrest.

Sat 3rd June

Cops

Police in King County, WA, respond to a disturbance call where an intoxicated suspect feels some liquid courage and wants to fight. In Minneapolis, MN, an officer is forced to use a taser on a man who describes himself as "lion". In Las Vegas, police are called to investigate a battery charge as a woman tries to retrieve her mother's belongings but ends up with more than she bargained for.

Sat 3rd June

Born to Kill?

At school Herbert William Mullin's classmates voted him "most likely to succeed". By the time he was 25, he had taken the lives of 13 men, women, and children and spread panic throughout the coastal community of Santa Cruz. Mullin would claim to be on an extraordinary mission to save lives through murder. Was this heinous serial killer driven by nature or nurture? This program follows in the footsteps of the investigators and experts that had to unravel the mystery and asks them - and, in a unique interview, the murderer himself - was Herbert William Mullin born to kill?

Sat 3rd June

Territory Cops

Constables Sean "Wombat" Holmes and Luke McIntosh are on their regular night patrol when they notice a car driving without lights on. As they move to follow the vehicle, the driver races off at top speed. It's a dangerous race to catch the driver, who clearly has something to hide - and it's not just the old fish in his boot. It's a desperate race to save a life when Sergeant Amee Meredith comes across a woman staggering along the side of the road late at night. As the woman collapses in front of her, Amee discovers an empty bottle of sleeping pills and a "sorry" note that quickly suggests this is not a run-of-the-mill case of intoxication. Sergeant Sean Patterson and Senior Constable Josh Streeter are on their regular weekend City Safe patrol. Word is some notorious bikie gang members are in town. Sean and Josh soon track them down to a pub, where one well-built punter has decided to try to take them on, all by himself. Talking the foolhardy big bloke down takes all of Josh's powers.

Sat 3rd June

Autopsy: The Last Hours of

This episode features Whitney Houston, a singer and actress with a once-in-a-generation voice that propelled her into the pop stratosphere. No amount of talent, however, could protect her from the demons that brought about her death in a Hollywood hotel bathroom at the age of just 48. The evidence revealed by Houston's autopsy tells an astonishing story of excess. It reveals in detail the damage done by years of abuse, from liver and heart disease caused by alcohol and smoking, to the perforated septum ravaged by repeatedly snorting cocaine. This program also uncovers the cocktail of drugs that contributed to the star's death, from prescription medications to marijuana and freebase cocaine. Most importantly, the evidence offers a unique insight into the final minutes of Houston's life alone in a bathroom, finally revealing the causes of her death, how she died, and the desperate battle to save her life.

Sat 3rd June

#killerpost

True stories of the most jaw-dropping and shocking cases where social media activity has had dangerous and deadly consequences. Although the crimes differ in nature, they all share a common theme - social media posts were the catalysts for deadly repercussions. Through cinematic re-enactments of both the crimes and stories behind them, coupled with witness testimonies and expert interviews, each pulse-pounding episode will feature extreme cases in which a post, a poke or even a tweet led to a violent and even deadly result. From a seemingly innocent online connection that ends in homicide, to an online feud between best friends that leads to a public physical altercation, viewers will witness how the boundaries between the real and online world are breaking down with shocking results and sometimes fatal outcomes. In this episode, a mutual love for rap music and clown makeup leads two Facebook friends to meet in person, but when one over stays their welcome, the results can turn deadly.

Sat 3rd June

Babies Behind Bars

After Officer Leath cracks down, Sydney fears her daughter Aubree will be taken away. A new pregnant inmate Donyell enters the program and is immediately targeted by the mean girls who accuse her of stealing a radio.

Sat 3rd June

Murder Book

On a spring night in 1974, 27-year-old Barbara Lloyd is stabbed to death in her Buffalo, NY home as her two young children sleep in the next room. Found by her husband after a night out, investigators place him at the top of their suspect list. Without enough evidence to make an arrest, Barbara's murder book gathers dust. Thirty years later, when the victim's adult children come looking for answers, a rookie detective takes up the challenge. With fresh eyes, the young investigator finds a new clue amongst the old files, helping to unlock an old family secret and bring Barbara's killer to justice.

Sat 3rd June

Born to Kill?

At school Herbert William Mullin's classmates voted him "most likely to succeed". By the time he was 25, he had taken the lives of 13 men, women, and children and spread panic throughout the coastal community of Santa Cruz. Mullin would claim to be on an extraordinary mission to save lives through murder. Was this heinous serial killer driven by nature or nurture? This program follows in the footsteps of the investigators and experts that had to unravel the mystery and asks them - and, in a unique interview, the murderer himself - was Herbert William Mullin born to kill?

Sat 3rd June

Noon

#killerpost

True stories of the most jaw-dropping and shocking cases where social media activity has had dangerous and deadly consequences. Although the crimes differ in nature, they all share a common theme - social media posts were the catalysts for deadly repercussions. Through cinematic re-enactments of both the crimes and stories behind them, coupled with witness testimonies and expert interviews, each pulse-pounding episode will feature extreme cases in which a post, a poke or even a tweet led to a violent and even deadly result. From a seemingly innocent online connection that ends in homicide, to an online feud between best friends that leads to a public physical altercation, viewers will witness how the boundaries between the real and online world are breaking down with shocking results and sometimes fatal outcomes. In this episode, a mutual love for rap music and clown makeup leads two Facebook friends to meet in person, but when one over stays their welcome, the results can turn deadly.

Sat 3rd June

Unusual Suspects

Showcases some of the most notable and challenging investigations in contemporary law enforcement. Each episode will profile completed cases that were anything but cut and dry, with twists and turns, multiple suspects and the unlikely culprit (or culprits) who almost got away with it. Crimes range from murder to extortion, from sexual assault to kidnapping and more. Using news footage, recorded 911 calls, home videos and re-creations, stories will be told through eyewitnesses, victims and the investigators who cracked these complex cases. In this episode: Between 1980 and 1991, a series of California fires leads investigators on the hunt for a serial arsonist. When a hardware store blaze claims four lives, arson turns to murder. After years of dogged investigation, an unpopular theory finally points investigators to an extremely unlikely culprit.

Sat 3rd June

Unusual Suspects

Showcases some of the most notable and challenging investigations in contemporary law enforcement. Each episode will profile completed cases that were anything but cut and dry, with twists and turns, multiple suspects and the unlikely culprit (or culprits) who almost got away with it. Crimes range from murder to extortion, from sexual assault to kidnapping and more. Using news footage, recorded 911 calls, home videos and re-creations, stories will be told through eyewitnesses, victims and the investigators who cracked these complex cases. In this episode: In 2003, the murder of a wealthy widow shocks the small community. When a phone call tips authorities off to a new suspect, investigators follow a money trail that leads them straight to the killer.

Sat 3rd June

Unusual Suspects

Showcases some of the most notable and challenging investigations in contemporary law enforcement. Each episode will profile completed cases that were anything but cut and dry, with twists and turns, multiple suspects and the unlikely culprit (or culprits) who almost got away with it. Crimes range from murder to extortion, from sexual assault to kidnapping and more. Using news footage, recorded 911 calls, home videos and recreations, stories will be told through eye witnesses, victims and the investigators who cracked these complex cases. In this episode: In the late '90s, a serial killer plagues Spokane, Washington, claiming the lives of twelve female victims. A multi-agency task force follows every possible lead.

Sat 3rd June

World's Toughest Prisons

This series seeks out the world's most notorious and extraordinary prisons, finding them on various continents. Discover a lifestyle which few of us will ever experience, but which is a brutal everyday reality for many. Experience first-hand the challenges that each guard faces on a daily basis and - conversely - learn about the prisoner's struggles to develop strategies for survival. This is a never-before-seen insight into an unbelievable world, a world which exists within the realms of law and justice but with its own definitions of right and wrong.

Sat 3rd June

60 Days In

Jessica, Michelle, and Mauri wake up to overflowing toilets creating a massive flood in the entire pod, and heightening their sense of disgust with the conditions of the jail. While Mauri starts keeping a journal of her observations, Jessica and Michelle reveal to each other their participation in the program and both show signs of being on the edge of a breakdown. In Zone 500, Nate's forehead is split open while playing ball with Too Tall and his crew. With blood gushing down his face, Nate is rushed to the medical unit for care. When he returns to the pod, the Bloods show their concern and respect towards Nate. Calvin, on the other hand, is disrespected by Too Tall, who takes possession of Calvin's tablet during lockdown. Matt believes he is unjustly punished because of his cellmate's behaviour. In Zone 600, Jon is being tested by Dashaun, forcing him to confront the teen and stand his ground.

Sat 3rd June

Evening

Deadly Women

When a woman's only desire in life is to be wealthy sometimes she will do anything to get it. A dodgy California businesswoman targets a jackpot Lotto winner and takes more than his cash; a young bride's charm masks her brutal nature and a romantic sea voyage ends with a man overboard. These Deadly Women want more than health and happiness because they are "Money Hungry".

Sat 3rd June

My Crazy Ex

These are twisted tales of love, loss and revenge from the point of view of the poor person on the receiving end. Each episode focuses on a new story, following it from first meeting, through the relationship - however brief - and ultimately to the bitter end. Some stories are Fatal Attraction scary, while others are simply bizarre. In this episode, deck the halls and buckle up, as a Christmas celebration turns less than merry when Maggie finds herself sitting in cuffs right next to her boyfriend: Santa Claus. Later, Samantha wants to apologise to her sister but wonders how much paper it takes to gift wrap her makeup present (a new boyfriend). And finally, Vivian rushes in at the last minute to save her boyfriend who literally believes in giving till it hurts.

Sat 3rd June

Fatal Vows

When marriages fall apart, divorce can turn ugly sometimes deadly. Divorce can bring out the worst in people, sometimes leading them to do terrible, shocking things they never imagined they were capable of doing - including murder. One can't help but wonder what went wrong and how the couple got to such an extreme point. Lilius Landrum moved to Akron, Ohio, to care for her ailing mother. She had been trying to make it as an actress in Los Angeles for years and was still a great beauty, but at 41 years old, her family takes precedence over her desire for fame. She quickly becomes involved in several community organisations, including one where she corresponds with inmates. That's how she first came into contact with 21-year-old, Tony Smith. Tony finishes his short stint in jail and launches a rap music label. Lilius soon becomes involved in the business, and the label takes on a Christian focus. Before long they are seeing each other in secret and pledge their undying love for one another in a sacred ceremony. Finally they come out to their friends and family. Except that there's something few people realise. The couple is not legally married because Lilius is still married to somebody else. When Tony learns the truth, it sets the couple down a dark path that ends in the execution of the most horrific sin imaginable.

Sat 3rd June

Peace Officer

A feature documentary about the increasingly militarised state of American police as told through the story of William 'Dub' Lawrence, a former sheriff who established and trained his rural state's first SWAT team, only to see that same unit kill his son-in-law in a controversial stand-off 30 years later. Driven by an obsessed sense of mission, Dub uses his own investigative skills to uncover the truth in this and other recent officer-involved shootings in his community while tackling larger questions about the changing face of peace officers nationwide.

Sat 3rd June

Autopsy

The strangled corpse of a pregnant woman turns up in a chunk of ice floating in the Hudson; a man is poisoned to death by a lethal chemical that is almost impossible to obtain. The mysteries surrounding these and other cases might have remained unsolved were it not for the efforts of forensic pathologists who try to find who - or what - lead to their ultimate demise.

Sun 4th June

Morning

Final 24

It's July 14, 1997 and Gianni Versace, probably the most famous fashion designer in the world, is kicking back at his Florida mansion. In just 24 hours he will be dead. With exclusive interviews with his intimates, combined with archive and dramatic reconstruction, Final 24 maps out Versace's last day alive - and the dramatic events that led to his brutal murder at the hands of a serial killer.

Sun 4th June

My Dirty Little Secret

As a beloved pastor in Wolsey, South Dakota, Bill Guthrie is at the centre of small town life. By his side stands Sharon, his faithful wife of thirty years. In the spring of 1999 they're eagerly anticipating the marriage of their second daughter, when all their hopes and dreams for the future come to a heartbreaking end. Bill returns home from morning prayers to find that Sharon has drowned in the bathtub. The news shocks and stuns a town, leaving everyone clamouring for answers. What could have caused such a needlessly tragic death? It appears that Sharon may have taken her own life, but why would a woman with so much to live for end it all? Investigators soon discover there's more going on behind the Guthrie family's saintly facade than anyone is letting on. Could a man of God have driven his wife to suicide? Or are there other demons lurking in this holy man's past?

Sun 4th June

Obsession: Dark Desires

In 1991 Minnesota, Korean scholarship student Jane Vogler turns down the advances of awkward fellow student Jim Martin. Unable to accept rejection, Jim begins a secret filming project around campus, with Jane as the subject. Following a racially aggressive humiliation at the hands of her admirer, she flees to the family home of her adoptive parents to hide from the abuse. When an intruder breaks into the home and violates her personal space, it soon becomes clear that she is not the only one who has made the long trip to Frazee, and Jim has plans for a deadly final chapter in his video.

Sun 4th June

My Crazy Ex

These are twisted tales of love, loss and revenge from the point of view of the poor person on the receiving end. Each episode focuses on a new story, following it from first meeting, through the relationship - however brief - and ultimately to the bitter end. Some stories are Fatal Attraction scary, while others are simply bizarre. In this episode, deck the halls and buckle up, as a Christmas celebration turns less than merry when Maggie finds herself sitting in cuffs right next to her boyfriend: Santa Claus. Later, Samantha wants to apologise to her sister but wonders how much paper it takes to gift wrap her makeup present (a new boyfriend). And finally, Vivian rushes in at the last minute to save her boyfriend who literally believes in giving till it hurts.

Sun 4th June

Fatal Vows

When marriages fall apart, divorce can turn ugly sometimes deadly. Divorce can bring out the worst in people, sometimes leading them to do terrible, shocking things they never imagined they were capable of doing - including murder. One can't help but wonder what went wrong and how the couple got to such an extreme point. Lilius Landrum moved to Akron, Ohio, to care for her ailing mother. She had been trying to make it as an actress in Los Angeles for years and was still a great beauty, but at 41 years old, her family takes precedence over her desire for fame. She quickly becomes involved in several community organisations, including one where she corresponds with inmates. That's how she first came into contact with 21-year-old, Tony Smith. Tony finishes his short stint in jail and launches a rap music label. Lilius soon becomes involved in the business, and the label takes on a Christian focus. Before long they are seeing each other in secret and pledge their undying love for one another in a sacred ceremony. Finally they come out to their friends and family. Except that there's something few people realise. The couple is not legally married because Lilius is still married to somebody else. When Tony learns the truth, it sets the couple down a dark path that ends in the execution of the most horrific sin imaginable.

Sun 4th June

Deadly Women

When a woman's only desire in life is to be wealthy sometimes she will do anything to get it. A dodgy California businesswoman targets a jackpot Lotto winner and takes more than his cash; a young bride's charm masks her brutal nature and a romantic sea voyage ends with a man overboard. These Deadly Women want more than health and happiness because they are "Money Hungry".

Sun 4th June

Forensic Files

Investigators sifted through the ashes of a fire, which had killed a 40-year-old woman, the estranged wife of a police officer. At first glance, the fire appeared to have been started by an unattended cigarette. But when forensic scientists looked closely, they discovered the cause was far more complicated.

Sun 4th June

Forensic Files

For seven years, a trio of men robbed one bank after another. They always got away before the police arrived, and they left no evidence behind. But the way they stood and the clothes they wore told a story a story that could be read by forensic scientists.

Sun 4th June

Forensic Files

A young woman suddenly becomes critically ill; her symptoms worsen over time, eventually leaving her unable to walk. Then a bone marrow test reveals the cause: arsenic. Investigators now had to determine if the poisoning was caused by groundwater contamination, or something much more sinister.

Sun 4th June

Forensic Files

Residents of Noel, Missouri were stunned to learn that their bank had been robbed and the bank president was missing. His body was later found floating in a lake, securely bound to a chair with duct tape. When the tape was carefully reassembled using a technique known as end match analysis, investigators discovered one piece was missing. It would be that piece, and tips from concerned citizens, which would solve the crime.

Sun 4th June

Forensic Files

A young couple decided to celebrate their first wedding anniversary with a camping trip to Mount Hood. During the trip, the husband was shot and killed, and his wife told two different versions of the events which led to his death. Forensic psychiatry finally enabled her to distinguish fact from fiction, and the evidence from ballistics tests allowed investigators to determine what really happened.

Sun 4th June

Forensic Files

The body of a 16-year-old girl was discovered nine months after she disappeared. Forensic scientists found clues that painted a virtual portrait of her killer. They knew he had a dog, he worked for the postal service, and that he had red carpeting in his home. Now all they had to do was find him.

Sun 4th June

Autopsy

The strangled corpse of a pregnant woman turns up in a chunk of ice floating in the Hudson; a man is poisoned to death by a lethal chemical that is almost impossible to obtain. The mysteries surrounding these and other cases might have remained unsolved were it not for the efforts of forensic pathologists who try to find who - or what - lead to their ultimate demise.

Sun 4th June

Obsession: Dark Desires

In 1991 Minnesota, Korean scholarship student Jane Vogler turns down the advances of awkward fellow student Jim Martin. Unable to accept rejection, Jim begins a secret filming project around campus, with Jane as the subject. Following a racially aggressive humiliation at the hands of her admirer, she flees to the family home of her adoptive parents to hide from the abuse. When an intruder breaks into the home and violates her personal space, it soon becomes clear that she is not the only one who has made the long trip to Frazee, and Jim has plans for a deadly final chapter in his video.

Sun 4th June

Peace Officer

A feature documentary about the increasingly militarised state of American police as told through the story of William 'Dub' Lawrence, a former sheriff who established and trained his rural state's first SWAT team, only to see that same unit kill his son-in-law in a controversial stand-off 30 years later. Driven by an obsessed sense of mission, Dub uses his own investigative skills to uncover the truth in this and other recent officer-involved shootings in his community while tackling larger questions about the changing face of peace officers nationwide.

Sun 4th June

Noon

My Crazy Ex

These are twisted tales of love, loss and revenge from the point of view of the poor person on the receiving end. Each episode focuses on a new story, following it from first meeting, through the relationship - however brief - and ultimately to the bitter end. Some stories are Fatal Attraction scary, while others are simply bizarre. In this episode, deck the halls and buckle up, as a Christmas celebration turns less than merry when Maggie finds herself sitting in cuffs right next to her boyfriend: Santa Claus. Later, Samantha wants to apologise to her sister but wonders how much paper it takes to gift wrap her makeup present (a new boyfriend). And finally, Vivian rushes in at the last minute to save her boyfriend who literally believes in giving till it hurts.

Sun 4th June

Fatal Vows

When marriages fall apart, divorce can turn ugly sometimes deadly. Divorce can bring out the worst in people, sometimes leading them to do terrible, shocking things they never imagined they were capable of doing - including murder. One can't help but wonder what went wrong and how the couple got to such an extreme point. Lilius Landrum moved to Akron, Ohio, to care for her ailing mother. She had been trying to make it as an actress in Los Angeles for years and was still a great beauty, but at 41 years old, her family takes precedence over her desire for fame. She quickly becomes involved in several community organisations, including one where she corresponds with inmates. That's how she first came into contact with 21-year-old, Tony Smith. Tony finishes his short stint in jail and launches a rap music label. Lilius soon becomes involved in the business, and the label takes on a Christian focus. Before long they are seeing each other in secret and pledge their undying love for one another in a sacred ceremony. Finally they come out to their friends and family. Except that there's something few people realise. The couple is not legally married because Lilius is still married to somebody else. When Tony learns the truth, it sets the couple down a dark path that ends in the execution of the most horrific sin imaginable.

Sun 4th June

Killer Cops

Sheriff's Deputy Gerard John Schaefer terrorises Florida, butchering female hitchhikers. Jailed for just two murders, detectives are gathering evidence to prove he's a prolific serial killer when he's savagely killed by a cellmate. Some believe justice is served.

Sun 4th June

The First 48

In Memphis, Sgt. Caroline Mason takes on the murder case of a 78-year-old man shot outside his home. The outraged community quickly helps apprehend the two young suspects, but getting them to talk proves more difficult. In Dallas, Det. Bob Ermatinger investigates the difficult case of a woman found shot to death while collecting wildflowers. Each new lead just deepens the mystery.

Sun 4th June

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.

Sun 4th June

Evening

60 Days In

Jessica, Michelle, and Mauri wake up to overflowing toilets creating a massive flood in the entire pod, and heightening their sense of disgust with the conditions of the jail. While Mauri starts keeping a journal of her observations, Jessica and Michelle reveal to each other their participation in the program and both show signs of being on the edge of a breakdown. In Zone 500, Nate's forehead is split open while playing ball with Too Tall and his crew. With blood gushing down his face, Nate is rushed to the medical unit for care. When he returns to the pod, the Bloods show their concern and respect towards Nate. Calvin, on the other hand, is disrespected by Too Tall, who takes possession of Calvin's tablet during lockdown. Matt believes he is unjustly punished because of his cellmate's behaviour. In Zone 600, Jon is being tested by Dashaun, forcing him to confront the teen and stand his ground.

Sun 4th June

Death Row Stories

An elderly white widow is brutally murdered in Greenwood, South Carolina, and Edward Lee Elmore, an African American handyman, is quickly found guilty and sentenced to death. Elmore's execution seems inevitable until Diana Holt, a tenacious legal intern, comes across his case and devotes her life to saving his.

Sun 4th June

Serial Killer Sunday

The unfortunate truth of modern policing is that despite all the DNA tests, criminal profiles and surveillance technology it's still extremely difficult to catch a killer. Random killers, who murder as a passion, can elude even the most highly trained and well equipped of police forces. Luckily, they tend to give themselves away. This is a documentary series that tells the surprising story of how some of Europe's most horrific murderers were eventually brought to justice. It's a story of shocking crimes and bizarrely simple blunders that takes the audience behind the worn-out stereotype of the criminal mastermind to reveal the very ordinary men who commit the most inhuman of crimes.

Sun 4th June

Killer Cops

Sheriff's Deputy Gerard John Schaefer terrorises Florida, butchering female hitchhikers. Jailed for just two murders, detectives are gathering evidence to prove he's a prolific serial killer when he's savagely killed by a cellmate. Some believe justice is served.

Sun 4th June

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. In each episode well hear from the killers themselves and with accounts from the victims we'll be harrowed into an emotional whirlwind of revelations. We'll hear of extraordinary murders like the man obsessed with marrying a 12-year-old who murders the girl's mother and sister and the evil doctor who used his skills to kill rather than cure. Returning to the scene of every murder we build a graphic, and often gruesome account, of the killing. A powerful yet haunting series that will blend unique stories, eyewitness testimony and often complex and controversial cases that are sure to disturb and shock. When Gary Bain wakes up on the morning of April 26th 2012, he can't understand why his wife Jo Ann isn't home. What is more worrying, she doesn't respond to his repeated calls to her mobile. But it is only when their three young daughters fail to return from school that Gary's anxiety turns to panic. The police launch a wide ranging investigation. Information leads them to a house with a gruesome secret, two shallow graves containing the bodies of Jo Ann Bain and her eldest daughter, Adrienne. Investigators now have a suspect but they know that time is running out for the other two daughters, Alexandria aged Twelve and Kyliah aged eight. Everything will depend on a massive manhunt in the dense forests of northern Mississippi.

Sun 4th June

The First 48

In Memphis, Sgt. Caroline Mason takes on the murder case of a 78-year-old man shot outside his home. The outraged community quickly helps apprehend the two young suspects, but getting them to talk proves more difficult. In Dallas, Det. Bob Ermatinger investigates the difficult case of a woman found shot to death while collecting wildflowers. Each new lead just deepens the mystery.

Mon 5th June

Morning

Killer Cops

Sheriff's Deputy Gerard John Schaefer terrorises Florida, butchering female hitchhikers. Jailed for just two murders, detectives are gathering evidence to prove he's a prolific serial killer when he's savagely killed by a cellmate. Some believe justice is served.

Mon 5th June

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. In each episode well hear from the killers themselves and with accounts from the victims we'll be harrowed into an emotional whirlwind of revelations. We'll hear of extraordinary murders like the man obsessed with marrying a 12-year-old who murders the girl's mother and sister and the evil doctor who used his skills to kill rather than cure. Returning to the scene of every murder we build a graphic, and often gruesome account, of the killing. A powerful yet haunting series that will blend unique stories, eyewitness testimony and often complex and controversial cases that are sure to disturb and shock. When Gary Bain wakes up on the morning of April 26th 2012, he can't understand why his wife Jo Ann isn't home. What is more worrying, she doesn't respond to his repeated calls to her mobile. But it is only when their three young daughters fail to return from school that Gary's anxiety turns to panic. The police launch a wide ranging investigation. Information leads them to a house with a gruesome secret, two shallow graves containing the bodies of Jo Ann Bain and her eldest daughter, Adrienne. Investigators now have a suspect but they know that time is running out for the other two daughters, Alexandria aged Twelve and Kyliah aged eight. Everything will depend on a massive manhunt in the dense forests of northern Mississippi.

Mon 5th June

60 Days In

Jessica, Michelle, and Mauri wake up to overflowing toilets creating a massive flood in the entire pod, and heightening their sense of disgust with the conditions of the jail. While Mauri starts keeping a journal of her observations, Jessica and Michelle reveal to each other their participation in the program and both show signs of being on the edge of a breakdown. In Zone 500, Nate's forehead is split open while playing ball with Too Tall and his crew. With blood gushing down his face, Nate is rushed to the medical unit for care. When he returns to the pod, the Bloods show their concern and respect towards Nate. Calvin, on the other hand, is disrespected by Too Tall, who takes possession of Calvin's tablet during lockdown. Matt believes he is unjustly punished because of his cellmate's behaviour. In Zone 600, Jon is being tested by Dashaun, forcing him to confront the teen and stand his ground.

Mon 5th June

Serial Killer Sunday

The unfortunate truth of modern policing is that despite all the DNA tests, criminal profiles and surveillance technology it's still extremely difficult to catch a killer. Random killers, who murder as a passion, can elude even the most highly trained and well equipped of police forces. Luckily, they tend to give themselves away. This is a documentary series that tells the surprising story of how some of Europe's most horrific murderers were eventually brought to justice. It's a story of shocking crimes and bizarrely simple blunders that takes the audience behind the worn-out stereotype of the criminal mastermind to reveal the very ordinary men who commit the most inhuman of crimes.

Mon 5th June

A Town & Country Murder

It was out of character for Grandmother Ella Douglas to not be in touch with her family and after a few weeks they became concerned and called police and reported her missing. Rumours were flying around her home town of Dumfries as to what had become of Ella, with many saying she had found a new partner and gone down south. But Scotland Police and her family never believed it and with her ex-boyfriend, Stuart Allen, behaving strangely, the investigating officers had their suspicions. Several months passed with no sign of Ella and no clues as to what had become of her until one day, the unthinkable happened.

Mon 5th June

Killer Cops

Sheriff's Deputy Gerard John Schaefer terrorises Florida, butchering female hitchhikers. Jailed for just two murders, detectives are gathering evidence to prove he's a prolific serial killer when he's savagely killed by a cellmate. Some believe justice is served.

Mon 5th June

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. In each episode well hear from the killers themselves and with accounts from the victims we'll be harrowed into an emotional whirlwind of revelations. We'll hear of extraordinary murders like the man obsessed with marrying a 12-year-old who murders the girl's mother and sister and the evil doctor who used his skills to kill rather than cure. Returning to the scene of every murder we build a graphic, and often gruesome account, of the killing. A powerful yet haunting series that will blend unique stories, eyewitness testimony and often complex and controversial cases that are sure to disturb and shock. When Gary Bain wakes up on the morning of April 26th 2012, he can't understand why his wife Jo Ann isn't home. What is more worrying, she doesn't respond to his repeated calls to her mobile. But it is only when their three young daughters fail to return from school that Gary's anxiety turns to panic. The police launch a wide ranging investigation. Information leads them to a house with a gruesome secret, two shallow graves containing the bodies of Jo Ann Bain and her eldest daughter, Adrienne. Investigators now have a suspect but they know that time is running out for the other two daughters, Alexandria aged Twelve and Kyliah aged eight. Everything will depend on a massive manhunt in the dense forests of northern Mississippi.

Mon 5th June

Deadly Women

Deadly Women explores the psychological motivation that drives women to become murderers.

Mon 5th June

A Stranger In My Home

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 is the perfect blend of mystery and suspense, telling the true stories of new relationships and how strangers can turn against you. When a body is found in the burning Emmanuel church building, everything isn't as it seems. Had the death been an accident or had a lamb been lead to the slaughter?

Mon 5th June

A Town & Country Murder

It was out of character for Grandmother Ella Douglas to not be in touch with her family and after a few weeks they became concerned and called police and reported her missing. Rumours were flying around her home town of Dumfries as to what had become of Ella, with many saying she had found a new partner and gone down south. But Scotland Police and her family never believed it and with her ex-boyfriend, Stuart Allen, behaving strangely, the investigating officers had their suspicions. Several months passed with no sign of Ella and no clues as to what had become of her until one day, the unthinkable happened.

Mon 5th June

Crime Files: The Homefront

Thirty-four-year-old Gabe Watson is dubbed 'The Honeymoon Killer' when his wife, Tina, dies while the couple are scuba diving. In a case spanning two continents, investigators try and uncover whether Tina's death was an accident or murder. And, In 1991, Wanda Holloway hatches a bizarre scheme to hire a hitman to take out the mother of a Texas cheerleader. All so her 13-year-old daughter gets a spot on the school's cheer squad.

Mon 5th June

The First 48

In Memphis, Sgt. Caroline Mason takes on the murder case of a 78-year-old man shot outside his home. The outraged community quickly helps apprehend the two young suspects, but getting them to talk proves more difficult. In Dallas, Det. Bob Ermatinger investigates the difficult case of a woman found shot to death while collecting wildflowers. Each new lead just deepens the mystery.

Mon 5th June

Noon

It Takes A Killer

We investigate the world's most notorious murders and take you inside the minds and motives of the killers who committed them. Experts from the FBI, Scotland Yard, and leading homicide investigators review crime scene evidence, profile each killers behaviour and describe the chilling forensic details of each murder scene. They explain when, why, and how each perpetrator carried out the crime. They also tell us how each homicide is solved. Sometimes you have to think like a killer to catch a killer. In this episode, a wayward ex-Marine drifts through central Oregon, off everyone's radar. He's homeless and forgotten about, committing petty crimes here and there, until one day he spots Amy-Jane and gets the urge to kill.

Mon 5th June

Death Row Stories

An elderly white widow is brutally murdered in Greenwood, South Carolina, and Edward Lee Elmore, an African American handyman, is quickly found guilty and sentenced to death. Elmore's execution seems inevitable until Diana Holt, a tenacious legal intern, comes across his case and devotes her life to saving his.

Mon 5th June

Serial Killer Sunday

The unfortunate truth of modern policing is that despite all the DNA tests, criminal profiles and surveillance technology it's still extremely difficult to catch a killer. Random killers, who murder as a passion, can elude even the most highly trained and well equipped of police forces. Luckily, they tend to give themselves away. This is a documentary series that tells the surprising story of how some of Europe's most horrific murderers were eventually brought to justice. It's a story of shocking crimes and bizarrely simple blunders that takes the audience behind the worn-out stereotype of the criminal mastermind to reveal the very ordinary men who commit the most inhuman of crimes.

Mon 5th June

A Town & Country Murder

It was out of character for Grandmother Ella Douglas to not be in touch with her family and after a few weeks they became concerned and called police and reported her missing. Rumours were flying around her home town of Dumfries as to what had become of Ella, with many saying she had found a new partner and gone down south. But Scotland Police and her family never believed it and with her ex-boyfriend, Stuart Allen, behaving strangely, the investigating officers had their suspicions. Several months passed with no sign of Ella and no clues as to what had become of her until one day, the unthinkable happened.

Mon 5th June

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. In each episode well hear from the killers themselves and with accounts from the victims we'll be harrowed into an emotional whirlwind of revelations. We'll hear of extraordinary murders like the man obsessed with marrying a 12-year-old who murders the girl's mother and sister and the evil doctor who used his skills to kill rather than cure. Returning to the scene of every murder we build a graphic, and often gruesome account, of the killing. A powerful yet haunting series that will blend unique stories, eyewitness testimony and often complex and controversial cases that are sure to disturb and shock. When Gary Bain wakes up on the morning of April 26th 2012, he can't understand why his wife Jo Ann isn't home. What is more worrying, she doesn't respond to his repeated calls to her mobile. But it is only when their three young daughters fail to return from school that Gary's anxiety turns to panic. The police launch a wide ranging investigation. Information leads them to a house with a gruesome secret, two shallow graves containing the bodies of Jo Ann Bain and her eldest daughter, Adrienne. Investigators now have a suspect but they know that time is running out for the other two daughters, Alexandria aged Twelve and Kyliah aged eight. Everything will depend on a massive manhunt in the dense forests of northern Mississippi.

Mon 5th June

Murder Book

In 2002, in the heart of Texas hill country, three teens out night fishing are left for dead when a speed boat rams their vessel and then races off into the night. When one of the teens dies from the impact, two Texas Game Wardens become unlikely homicide investigators. With just a handful of boat fragments as their murder book, the two wardens search high and low for the offending boat and careless driver. Eight years later, their efforts to keep the case afloat pay off when an offhand comment at a party becomes the key statement that helps unearth the truth and bring the case to a close.

Mon 5th June

Seeds Of Destruction: New Detectives

Forensic Botany & Geology: Plants help provide oxygen and nutrients for existence. Soil is the fertiliser of life. Yet both can yield clues to the time and location of a person's death. In criminal investigations, a simple seedpod can provide the missing link by placing a suspect at a crime scene. Dirt left on shoes, tyres or clothes can pinpoint a crime scene.

Mon 5th June

Evening

Cops

Officers in Minneapolis, MN, pursue a vehicle and the chase escalates when state troopers get involved. Deputies in Harris County, TX, respond to a domestic drunk disturbance that mixes alcohol and a pair of scissors. When deputies in King County, WA, are on a routine traffic stop, a suspicious odour calls for a K-9 unit to sniff around the vehicle.

Mon 5th June

Cops

(Gwinnett Co. GA - 9:38 PM Possible Drug Activity) When officers see a driver fail to signal a lane change, they attempt to pull him over and a high-speed chase ensues.

Mon 5th June

Deadly Women

No one doubts a woman's capacity to love, but sometimes lust can turn lethal. In 1983, 28-year-old Diane Downs becomes so infatuated with a lover she shoots her children at point blank range because they stand in the way of her obsession. It's an age-old story that sees 1920s Ohio multiple murderer Martha Wise, poison her family in revenge for thwarting her one chance at true love. And in Perth, Australia - a bizarre tale of sexual obsession.

Mon 5th June

Snapped: Killer Couples

Featuring couples whose passion drives them to commit terrible criminal acts. Through recreations and gripping firsthand accounts, each episode takes a deep dive into the stories behind the couples' romance, how their relationship evolved once love turned into manipulation and what ultimately drove them to commit the crime. In this episode, inspired by a zealous prophet, two lovers set out on a deadly mission to prove their devotion to each other and their bizarre religion.

Mon 5th June

The First 48

After a young woman has a deadly premonition, the New Orleans homicide team discover her killer may have killed before.

Mon 5th June

Homicide Hunter

Marathon runner Robert Elshire is in top physical condition, and is preparing to run his sixth consecutive Pikes Peak Ascent. But when Elshire is gunned down in the car park of a shopping plaza, responding officers are baffled by the case. Inconsistent eyewitness statements further cloud the truth. With the killer at large and time running out, Lt. Joe Kenda turns to a trusted K-9 officer to help him catch the perpetrator before he strikes again.

Mon 5th June

Deadly Women

No one doubts a woman's capacity to love, but sometimes lust can turn lethal. In 1983, 28-year-old Diane Downs becomes so infatuated with a lover she shoots her children at point blank range because they stand in the way of her obsession. It's an age-old story that sees 1920s Ohio multiple murderer Martha Wise, poison her family in revenge for thwarting her one chance at true love. And in Perth, Australia - a bizarre tale of sexual obsession.

Tue 6th June

Morning

Snapped: Killer Couples

Featuring couples whose passion drives them to commit terrible criminal acts. Through recreations and gripping firsthand accounts, each episode takes a deep dive into the stories behind the couples' romance, how their relationship evolved once love turned into manipulation and what ultimately drove them to commit the crime. In this episode, inspired by a zealous prophet, two lovers set out on a deadly mission to prove their devotion to each other and their bizarre religion.

Tue 6th June

The First 48

After a young woman has a deadly premonition, the New Orleans homicide team discover her killer may have killed before.

Tue 6th June

Forensic Files

Doctors don't know why the young scientist is gravely ill. When tests finally reveal the cause, it's too late to save him. Police hope that lab analysis of his hair, showing when attempts were made on his life and what was used, will lead to the killer.

Tue 6th June

Territory Cops

A massive contingent of police officers roll out across the Territory in Operation Shiloh, kicking off with a major highway lockdown to crack down on any possible offenders they come across on the road. Day one of the operation starts out in Alice Springs and covers all highways in and out of town from Uluru to Hermannsburg. Day two sees a special tactical team bust down the door of a big-time dealer. From unregistered vehicles to illegal alcohol stashes and one larger-than-life drug bust, when working together, these tough NT coppers don't miss a beat. Senior Constable Frank Craig and Constable David Gregory are gearing up for their day shift out of Palmerston Police Station. They begin patrolling the highway when they spot a postie who has stumbled upon a couple of farm dogs who appear to have gone walkabout for the day. It's all hands on deck to get the curious kelpies in custody before they cause an accident.

Tue 6th June

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 6th June

Criminals Caught On Camera

Criminals beware: one way or another, you're going to be caught on camera. Intrepid journalist Nick Wallis tours Britain in search of crimes caught on camera. Nick visits police forces, private detectives, local councils, shopping centres, sports events and members of the public; hunting down stories on how CCTV and new technological advances are being used in the fight against all kinds of criminals. From handbag snatching to gangland murder, we reveal the shocking footage and real crimes that are caught on camera in the UK, as well as exploring the devious tactics of pickpockets, shoplifters and con artists. Nick Wallis also teams up with Britain's leading sleight of hand expert to reveal the working methods and skills of real con artists. And, crucially, they show how the general public can be more guarded and prevent themselves from becoming victims. Whether it's your bag, mobile phone, lap-top or even bike it's at a greater chance than ever of being stolen. In London see the Met robbery squads as they work the streets of on a busy Friday nightshift. It's a game of cat and mouse with criminals now using motorbikes to help them get away but the all-seeing eye of CCTV helps officers identify, track and apprehend offenders. By day we're just at risk of becoming victims of theft on the streets but these criminals are much craftier than the muggers of the night. Pick-pockets, scammers, ATM pin surfers and bag thieves use sleight of hand and distraction to relieve us of our valuables. One featured case shows how a prolific bag thief stole over 250 handbags before he was caught with the aid of CCTV. These criminals can be so crafty that the victim isn't even aware of the theft at the time. What the human eye misses CCTV does not. This footage is increasingly being used to convict criminals even if they get away with the crime at the time.

Tue 6th June

Cops

Officers in Minneapolis, MN, pursue a vehicle and the chase escalates when state troopers get involved. Deputies in Harris County, TX, respond to a domestic drunk disturbance that mixes alcohol and a pair of scissors. When deputies in King County, WA, are on a routine traffic stop, a suspicious odour calls for a K-9 unit to sniff around the vehicle.

Tue 6th June

Born to Kill?

Hollywood has always had a dark side, but Kenneth Bianchi and Angelo Buono were perhaps its darkest. Serial killers usually work alone - but Bianchi and Buono would defy all the rules. In the late 1970s, these 'killing cousins' would commit a series of brazen murders that leave the women of Los Angeles terrified to walk the streets. Their murders plumbed the depths of depravity, and their cold-heartedness and forensic awareness left detectives angry and frustrated. On his capture, Kenneth Bianchi would make an audacious attempt to convince the world he had multiple personalities and was not responsible for the murders. Bianchi and Buono would kidnap, rape, torture, and snuff out the lives of 12 innocent young girls, but what had led to this extraordinary collaboration in killing? Were the Hillside Stranglers born to kill?

Tue 6th June

Territory Cops

A massive contingent of police officers roll out across the Territory in Operation Shiloh, kicking off with a major highway lockdown to crack down on any possible offenders they come across on the road. Day one of the operation starts out in Alice Springs and covers all highways in and out of town from Uluru to Hermannsburg. Day two sees a special tactical team bust down the door of a big-time dealer. From unregistered vehicles to illegal alcohol stashes and one larger-than-life drug bust, when working together, these tough NT coppers don't miss a beat. Senior Constable Frank Craig and Constable David Gregory are gearing up for their day shift out of Palmerston Police Station. They begin patrolling the highway when they spot a postie who has stumbled upon a couple of farm dogs who appear to have gone walkabout for the day. It's all hands on deck to get the curious kelpies in custody before they cause an accident.

Tue 6th June

Fatal Vows

When marriages fall apart, divorce can turn ugly, sometimes deadly. Divorce can bring out the worst in people, sometimes leading them to do terrible, shocking things they never imagined they were capable of doing - including murder. One can't help but wonder what went wrong and how the couple got to such an extreme point. Sparks fly when divorcees Tami Engleman and Alan Duvall meet at a wedding, and it isn't long before they're married too. It's the ideal union, one filled with good times and destination vacations. But the good times don't last for long. Alan's a heavy drinker and doesn't get along with Tami's youngest daughter from a previous marriage, while Tami uses her smarts and her sultry good looks to get what she wants from every man she meets. When one of them turns up dead, it proves that murder is a dish best served with whipped cream and chocolate pudding.

Tue 6th June

A Stranger In My Home

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 is the perfect blend of mystery and suspense, telling the true stories of new relationships and how strangers can turn against you. In this neighbourhood life is simple and sweet. Everyone keeps an eye out for their neighbours. But when elderly Peggy Mehrman's neighbours offer for her to stay with them terrible things happen behind closed doors.

Tue 6th June

The First 48

After a young woman has a deadly premonition, the New Orleans homicide team discover her killer may have killed before.

Tue 6th June

Murder Book

In 2002, in the heart of Texas hill country, three teens out night fishing are left for dead when a speed boat rams their vessel and then races off into the night. When one of the teens dies from the impact, two Texas Game Wardens become unlikely homicide investigators. With just a handful of boat fragments as their murder book, the two wardens search high and low for the offending boat and careless driver. Eight years later, their efforts to keep the case afloat pay off when an offhand comment at a party becomes the key statement that helps unearth the truth and bring the case to a close.

Tue 6th June

Born to Kill?

Hollywood has always had a dark side, but Kenneth Bianchi and Angelo Buono were perhaps its darkest. Serial killers usually work alone - but Bianchi and Buono would defy all the rules. In the late 1970s, these 'killing cousins' would commit a series of brazen murders that leave the women of Los Angeles terrified to walk the streets. Their murders plumbed the depths of depravity, and their cold-heartedness and forensic awareness left detectives angry and frustrated. On his capture, Kenneth Bianchi would make an audacious attempt to convince the world he had multiple personalities and was not responsible for the murders. Bianchi and Buono would kidnap, rape, torture, and snuff out the lives of 12 innocent young girls, but what had led to this extraordinary collaboration in killing? Were the Hillside Stranglers born to kill?

Tue 6th June

Noon

Deadly Women

No one doubts a woman's capacity to love, but sometimes lust can turn lethal. In 1983, 28-year-old Diane Downs becomes so infatuated with a lover she shoots her children at point blank range because they stand in the way of her obsession. It's an age-old story that sees 1920s Ohio multiple murderer Martha Wise, poison her family in revenge for thwarting her one chance at true love. And in Perth, Australia - a bizarre tale of sexual obsession.

Tue 6th June

Snapped: Killer Couples

Featuring couples whose passion drives them to commit terrible criminal acts. Through recreations and gripping firsthand accounts, each episode takes a deep dive into the stories behind the couples' romance, how their relationship evolved once love turned into manipulation and what ultimately drove them to commit the crime. In this episode, inspired by a zealous prophet, two lovers set out on a deadly mission to prove their devotion to each other and their bizarre religion.

Tue 6th June

The First 48

After a young woman has a deadly premonition, the New Orleans homicide team discover her killer may have killed before.

Tue 6th June

Homicide Hunter

Marathon runner Robert Elshire is in top physical condition, and is preparing to run his sixth consecutive Pikes Peak Ascent. But when Elshire is gunned down in the car park of a shopping plaza, responding officers are baffled by the case. Inconsistent eyewitness statements further cloud the truth. With the killer at large and time running out, Lt. Joe Kenda turns to a trusted K-9 officer to help him catch the perpetrator before he strikes again.

Tue 6th June

Murder Book

In the midst of a 1992 snowstorm, a Nova Scotia constable finds night-shift clerk Marie Dupre on the floor of a convenience store. The 46-year-old mother of two is bleeding from dozens of stab wounds that quickly end her life. When informed of her death, the victim's husband reveals this was Marie's first night on the job. Unsure if this was a robbery gone wrong or just made to look that way, Canadian investigators scrutinise every piece of evidence but none led to their mystery killer. Eight years later, the advance of technology helps to identify a prime suspect, but it's still not enough for an arrest. Determined to bring the case to a close, detectives stage an elaborate sting to get the truth from an unlikely source - straight from the killer's mouth.

Tue 6th June

Lethal Dosage: New Detectives

While drugs can cure disease and ease pain, they can also be agents of murder. Toxicologists can examine blood and tissue to uncover cases where death is not as natural as it may seem - from slow arsenic poisoning to quick cocaine overdoses.

Tue 6th June

Evening

Cops

A high-speed pursuit ensues when an officer from the Sacramento, CA, Police Department spots a reported vehicle involved in an armed robbery. Deputies in Seattle, WA, track a known offender and use a Taser to apprehend the perpetrator. In Cleveland, OH, officers pursue a fleeing suspect who stashes his crack.

Tue 6th June

Cops

(Gwinnett Co. GA - 10:01 PM Fight Call) When an officer arrives at a residence, blood-curdling screams are heard. Las Vegas, NV/Travis Co.

Tue 6th June

World's Toughest Prisons

A prison with guards on the outside but not on the inside - because they fear for their lives. On the inside, the prisoners are in control: murderers, violent offenders, drug bosses. This is the prison city of San Pedro in La Paz, Bolivia, where the inmates rule and anarchy prevails. Money, violence and power. Only the strongest survive this lawless place, and they rule over the weak, demand protection money, rent for sleeping areas and determine what rights and obligations the prisoners have. Big boss Victor Hugo Mendoza is a convicted quadruple murderer. He rules over the so-called 'Delegados', a team of inmates that enforce his interests throughout the prison complex with impunity. How the system works on the inside is illustrated by the arrival of inmate Carlos, who has bruises all over his body after day one. Blanco, from Spain, has been incarcerated for seven years and barely leaves his cell, because he is too scared.

Tue 6th June

Killer Cops

Miami homicide detective Ted MacArthur is covered in blood and claims his wife shot herself by accident. Colleagues want to believe him, but gradually evidence reveals the star cop is a deceitful serial womaniser who's murdered his wife in cold blood.

Tue 6th June

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. Some kids are born with a silver spoon in their mouths, for others it's something far more lethal. In Fort Worth, Texas, privilege bred very bad behaviour, and what Kristi Ann convinced two friends to do sent shock waves through the well-heeled community. When for some kids paradise is not enough, the only way out could be Hell. In 1974, to free herself from abuse, Marlene Olive convinced her boyfriend to kill her mother. Forty years later, her ex-lover is still in jail.

Tue 6th June

Homicide Hunter

As the summer sun rises on Colorado Springs, a young woman is found naked and strangled in a park not 200 yards from her apartment. The killer left a bizarre calling card: a bite mark on her breast. As police learn more about the events surrounding the victim's last night out, they realise the killer could be any one of her many suitors. It isn't until Lt. Joe Kenda rethinks the entire case that he can make his way through the web of lies to the killer, and compare his teeth to the bite mark.

Tue 6th June

The Detectives

This episode features the final part of the investigation into Ray Teret, a Manchester DJ and friend of Jimmy Savile, charged with a string of historic sexual offences against 17 women. The film is centered around Teret's eight-week trial and follows detectives Rod and Carol through the last chapter of their investigation. After almost two years of painstaking work to build a case against Ray Teret, friend of Jimmy Savile, it's down to a jury to decide if he is guilty. Detective Sergeant Carol Barlow explains, "This is the test now, this is the last hurdle - have we done enough". The film also features two of Teret's victims, exploring their experiences of the trial, giving evidence, and the aftermath. But with decisions to be made on more than 30 charges, the fear for DS Carol is that all the women won't get the result they are hoping for. When the jury finally retires, it's an agonising 10-day wait for the verdict, the longest ever of Carol's 28-year career. Episode three also follows trainee detective Ruth Holland as she investigates a report of a female student being raped outside a city centre nightclub. The woman has had a lot to drink and her memory of the night is hazy so it's down to Ruth to try and piece together what happened. Ruth uncovers CCTV evidence, and an eyewitness account that reveals a different perspective on the incident. She says, "they are hard cases to prove, the only thing that I can work with is the evidence and sometimes we'll never know the truth." Alongside Ruth, we meet Detective Sergeant Mark Tiffany, who has been trying to crack one case for almost a year. With his chances of a conviction as low as one in 10, it's an emotional day for Mark when he finally gets a breakthrough. He comments, "That's why we do what we do because it's important and we don't get many days like today."

Wed 7th June

Morning

Killer Cops

Miami homicide detective Ted MacArthur is covered in blood and claims his wife shot herself by accident. Colleagues want to believe him, but gradually evidence reveals the star cop is a deceitful serial womaniser who's murdered his wife in cold blood.

Wed 7th June

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. Some kids are born with a silver spoon in their mouths, for others it's something far more lethal. In Fort Worth, Texas, privilege bred very bad behaviour, and what Kristi Ann convinced two friends to do sent shock waves through the well-heeled community. When for some kids paradise is not enough, the only way out could be Hell. In 1974, to free herself from abuse, Marlene Olive convinced her boyfriend to kill her mother. Forty years later, her ex-lover is still in jail.

Wed 7th June

Forensic Files

A bullet-riddled car, a missing driver and no witnesses. Was this an ambush or a random attack? Had the victim been abducted or was she dead? The answer lay in a unique clue, so tiny it was measured in millionths of a metre.

Wed 7th June

Territory Cops

It's the night of Darwin's Annual Hooker Ball, and Senior Constable Josh Streeter and the City Safe team are standing by to make sure the X-rated partygoers behave themselves. With a fair few 'cheeky chaps' around, these coppers are prepared to tackle anything and everything. It's Friday afternoon and shift supervisor Amee Meredith is looking forward to the weekend when she gets a call about a major traffic accident involving a government vehicle. It's happened just before knock-off time in Darwin city, and the scene isn't pretty. But unlike most car-crash cases, the two drivers know each other; in fact, they met for the first time that very morning. It's a quiet Sunday morning for NT police in Nightcliff, but little do they know this beachside suburb could be blown off the map in a matter of seconds. Sergeant Steve Wedding and Constable Dennis Hogan answer an urgent call from a groundsman who has made the shocking discovery of what appears to be an unexploded WWII bomb.

Wed 7th June

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 7th June

Criminals Caught On Camera

Criminals beware: one way or another, you're going to be Caught On Camera. Intrepid journalist Nick Wallis tours Britain in search of crimes caught on camera. Nick visits police forces, private detectives, local councils, shopping centres, sports events and members of the public; hunting down stories on how CCTV and new technological advances are being used in the fight against all kinds of criminals. From handbag snatching to gangland murder, we reveal the shocking footage and real crimes that are caught on camera in the UK, as well as exploring the devious tactics of pickpockets, shoplifters and con artists. Nick Wallis also teams up with Britain's leading sleight of hand expert to reveal the working methods and skills of real con artists. And, crucially, they show how the general public can be more guarded and prevent themselves from becoming victims. Recession-hit Britain has seen a massive increase in retail crime. Affluent and historic Chester is under attack from shop-lifters who come into the city to plunder its shops but now the combined forces of the police and shop security all linked by eagle-eyed CCTV operators are fighting back. In Coventry, West Orchards shopping centre has invested in the latest state of the art CCTV cameras, capable of CSI-like close-ups to single out criminals. In Rotherham, South Yorkshire, its shop CCTV systems that provide the evidence for police to take shoplifters off the streets. We'll see every conceivable tactic and trick criminals use to relieve shops of their goods. Some are crafty and clever but others use brute force and violence to get what they want. Machetes, guns, even explosives: you name it, criminals will use it. In the most extreme case the London riots saw shops looted and destroyed. Although the police were largely powerless at the time, CCTV has subsequently provided the evidence that has put many of the looters behind bars.

Wed 7th June

Cops

A high-speed pursuit ensues when an officer from the Sacramento, CA, Police Department spots a reported vehicle involved in an armed robbery. Deputies in Seattle, WA, track a known offender and use a Taser to apprehend the perpetrator. In Cleveland, OH, officers pursue a fleeing suspect who stashes his crack.

Wed 7th June

Born to Kill?

Wichita, Kansas is in the midwest, right in the Bible belt of America. This normally peaceful place was rocked to the core in 1974 when the city discovered they had a killer in their midst. A family of four were brutally slain in their home, and this was to prove the start of a vicious killing spree that terrorised the Kansas community for 30 years. Dennis Rader was a church deacon and a scout leader, a local family man. He was also a monster who slew 10 people in cold blood. Through his own extraordinary testimony, the program uncovers in intimate and chilling detail how this pillar of the community led a double life as a heinous sexual sadist and serial killer. Rader's childhood seemed completely normal, so what was it that drove him to such depths of depravity? Was Dennis Rader born to kill?

Wed 7th June

Territory Cops

It's the night of Darwin's Annual Hooker Ball, and Senior Constable Josh Streeter and the City Safe team are standing by to make sure the X-rated partygoers behave themselves. With a fair few 'cheeky chaps' around, these coppers are prepared to tackle anything and everything. It's Friday afternoon and shift supervisor Amee Meredith is looking forward to the weekend when she gets a call about a major traffic accident involving a government vehicle. It's happened just before knock-off time in Darwin city, and the scene isn't pretty. But unlike most car-crash cases, the two drivers know each other; in fact, they met for the first time that very morning. It's a quiet Sunday morning for NT police in Nightcliff, but little do they know this beachside suburb could be blown off the map in a matter of seconds. Sergeant Steve Wedding and Constable Dennis Hogan answer an urgent call from a groundsman who has made the shocking discovery of what appears to be an unexploded WWII bomb.

Wed 7th June

World's Toughest Prisons

A prison with guards on the outside but not on the inside - because they fear for their lives. On the inside, the prisoners are in control: murderers, violent offenders, drug bosses. This is the prison city of San Pedro in La Paz, Bolivia, where the inmates rule and anarchy prevails. Money, violence and power. Only the strongest survive this lawless place, and they rule over the weak, demand protection money, rent for sleeping areas and determine what rights and obligations the prisoners have. Big boss Victor Hugo Mendoza is a convicted quadruple murderer. He rules over the so-called 'Delegados', a team of inmates that enforce his interests throughout the prison complex with impunity. How the system works on the inside is illustrated by the arrival of inmate Carlos, who has bruises all over his body after day one. Blanco, from Spain, has been incarcerated for seven years and barely leaves his cell, because he is too scared.

Wed 7th June

Killer Cops

Miami homicide detective Ted MacArthur is covered in blood and claims his wife shot herself by accident. Colleagues want to believe him, but gradually evidence reveals the star cop is a deceitful serial womaniser who's murdered his wife in cold blood.

Wed 7th June

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. Some kids are born with a silver spoon in their mouths, for others it's something far more lethal. In Fort Worth, Texas, privilege bred very bad behaviour, and what Kristi Ann convinced two friends to do sent shock waves through the well-heeled community. When for some kids paradise is not enough, the only way out could be Hell. In 1974, to free herself from abuse, Marlene Olive convinced her boyfriend to kill her mother. Forty years later, her ex-lover is still in jail.

Wed 7th June

Murder Book

In the midst of a 1992 snowstorm, a Nova Scotia constable finds night-shift clerk Marie Dupre on the floor of a convenience store. The 46-year-old mother of two is bleeding from dozens of stab wounds that quickly end her life. When informed of her death, the victim's husband reveals this was Marie's first night on the job. Unsure if this was a robbery gone wrong or just made to look that way, Canadian investigators scrutinise every piece of evidence but none led to their mystery killer. Eight years later, the advance of technology helps to identify a prime suspect, but it's still not enough for an arrest. Determined to bring the case to a close, detectives stage an elaborate sting to get the truth from an unlikely source - straight from the killer's mouth.

Wed 7th June

Born to Kill?

Wichita, Kansas is in the midwest, right in the Bible belt of America. This normally peaceful place was rocked to the core in 1974 when the city discovered they had a killer in their midst. A family of four were brutally slain in their home, and this was to prove the start of a vicious killing spree that terrorised the Kansas community for 30 years. Dennis Rader was a church deacon and a scout leader, a local family man. He was also a monster who slew 10 people in cold blood. Through his own extraordinary testimony, the program uncovers in intimate and chilling detail how this pillar of the community led a double life as a heinous sexual sadist and serial killer. Rader's childhood seemed completely normal, so what was it that drove him to such depths of depravity? Was Dennis Rader born to kill?

Wed 7th June

Noon

World's Toughest Prisons

A prison with guards on the outside but not on the inside - because they fear for their lives. On the inside, the prisoners are in control: murderers, violent offenders, drug bosses. This is the prison city of San Pedro in La Paz, Bolivia, where the inmates rule and anarchy prevails. Money, violence and power. Only the strongest survive this lawless place, and they rule over the weak, demand protection money, rent for sleeping areas and determine what rights and obligations the prisoners have. Big boss Victor Hugo Mendoza is a convicted quadruple murderer. He rules over the so-called 'Delegados', a team of inmates that enforce his interests throughout the prison complex with impunity. How the system works on the inside is illustrated by the arrival of inmate Carlos, who has bruises all over his body after day one. Blanco, from Spain, has been incarcerated for seven years and barely leaves his cell, because he is too scared.

Wed 7th June

Killer Cops

Miami homicide detective Ted MacArthur is covered in blood and claims his wife shot herself by accident. Colleagues want to believe him, but gradually evidence reveals the star cop is a deceitful serial womaniser who's murdered his wife in cold blood.

Wed 7th June

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. Some kids are born with a silver spoon in their mouths, for others it's something far more lethal. In Fort Worth, Texas, privilege bred very bad behaviour, and what Kristi Ann convinced two friends to do sent shock waves through the well-heeled community. When for some kids paradise is not enough, the only way out could be Hell. In 1974, to free herself from abuse, Marlene Olive convinced her boyfriend to kill her mother. Forty years later, her ex-lover is still in jail.

Wed 7th June

Homicide Hunter

As the summer sun rises on Colorado Springs, a young woman is found naked and strangled in a park not 200 yards from her apartment. The killer left a bizarre calling card: a bite mark on her breast. As police learn more about the events surrounding the victim's last night out, they realise the killer could be any one of her many suitors. It isn't until Lt. Joe Kenda rethinks the entire case that he can make his way through the web of lies to the killer, and compare his teeth to the bite mark.

Wed 7th June

Murder Book

In March of 1988, racing legend Mickey Thompson and his wife Trudy are gunned down in broad daylight in the driveway of their affluent Bradbury, California home. Mickey was a respected pioneer in the racing industry, but past disputes with shady individuals may have made him a target for revenge. With valuables in plain sight left behind by the shooters, detectives believe the Thompsons were indeed victims of a professional hit. As the investigation continues, all fingers point to a prime suspect, but a lack of solid evidence prevents an arrest. After nearly two decades of cat and mouse, cold case investigators finally bring the case to a close and put a narcissistic killer behind bars.

Wed 7th June

Tools Of Death: New Detectives

A tool used to commit a crime can often be the same tool used to solve it. The pattern a machine leaves on an item, the unusual way a tool crimps a wire, and even something as innocuous as the shape of a wood chip can lead to a killer.

Wed 7th June

Evening

Cops

Officers with the Minneapolis Police Department set up a prostitution sting and catch women that will surely be on Santa's 'naughty' list this year. Meanwhile, sheriffs in Harris County, TX, patrol a truck stop known for illicit activity, and officers in Snohomish County, WA, work overtime when they're called to the scene of a disturbance.

Wed 7th June

Cops

A suspect flees as officers respond to a fight. Also, a driver refuses to co-operate after being pulled over, and a domestic dispute leads to an arrest for marijuana possession.

Wed 7th June

Crimes That Shook Britain

Double murderer, John Sweeney, brutally murdered two of his girlfriends, dismembered their bodies and dumped them in canals. Handed two life sentences, he was told he will die in prison. In a macabre twist, a key detective on the case tells how Sweeney allegedly hid clues to his killings in abstract paintings he produced, and how five other girlfriends of his are currently missing as well.

Wed 7th June

Homicide Hunter

Two grandparents are shot to death in their family home. Lt Joe Kenda quickly tightens the noose on a prime suspect, but the case kicks into high gear when he learns that the wanted man is headed for the Mexican border. Then, CSPD responders find a body so badly mutilated it turns the stomachs of seasoned officers. Kenda sets out in search of a deranged maniac.

Wed 7th June

60 Days In

Gang members in Zone 500 continue to establish their dominance. Alliances are forged when Nate, Calvin, and Matt learn of each other's existence in the program. In Zone 600, Don clashes with his new cellmate, while Jon continues his complicated relationship with Dashaun. Jessica leaves the program as a result of conditions in the facility. As a result, Mauri and Michelle's value in the program is increased, but Michelle continues to struggle. Will she be the next participant to tap out?

Wed 7th June

Homicide Hunter

A quadruple homicide rocks Colorado Springs, when police discover that 30-year-old Lindi Waller, her parents, and her 7-year-old son have all been brutally murdered. Investigators fear a spree killer may be on the loose, and news of the crime sends a shockwave of fear rolling across the city. It's up to Lt. Joe Kenda to track down this monster, and when he takes a look at the evidence, he discovers a gruesome, yet unexpected connection between the killer and his victims.

Wed 7th June

Born to Kill?

By the age of 10, heavy metal fan Richard Ramirez was sleeping in cemeteries. He would go on to spread terror throughout Los Angeles, preying on ordinary citizens as they slept in their homes. The Satan loving, drug fuelled burglar would rape, murder, and mutilate, taking pleasure in making his victims pray to Satan before him. Men, women, children and the elderly all fell victim as the police raced to catch the killer who defied all known theories about serial murder. So, was the Richard Ramirez born to kill? Warped by drugs? Or, was the Night Stalker schooled in murder during his poor childhood in the tough Texan border town of El Paso?

Thu 8th June

Morning

60 Days In

Gang members in Zone 500 continue to establish their dominance. Alliances are forged when Nate, Calvin, and Matt learn of each other's existence in the program. In Zone 600, Don clashes with his new cellmate, while Jon continues his complicated relationship with Dashaun. Jessica leaves the program as a result of conditions in the facility. As a result, Mauri and Michelle's value in the program is increased, but Michelle continues to struggle. Will she be the next participant to tap out?

Thu 8th June

Homicide Hunter

Two grandparents are shot to death in their family home. Lt Joe Kenda quickly tightens the noose on a prime suspect, but the case kicks into high gear when he learns that the wanted man is headed for the Mexican border. Then, CSPD responders find a body so badly mutilated it turns the stomachs of seasoned officers. Kenda sets out in search of a deranged maniac.

Thu 8th June

Forensic Files

Even though their daughter had run away before, she'd always come back. Her parents were sure this time would be no different, but they were wrong. Workers discovered the teen's half-naked body on the side of the road; her throat had been slit. Police hoped the single foreign hair found in a defensive wound on her thumb would lead them to the killer.

Thu 8th June

Cops

A suspect flees as officers respond to a fight. Also, a driver refuses to co-operate after being pulled over, and a domestic dispute leads to an arrest for marijuana possession.

Thu 8th June

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 8th June

Criminals Caught On Camera

Intrepid journalist Nick Wallis tours Britain in search of crimes caught on camera. Nick visits police forces, private detectives, local councils, shopping centres, sports events and members of the public; hunting down stories on how CCTV and new technological advances are being used in the fight against all kinds of criminals. From handbag snatching to gangland murder, we reveal the shocking footage and real crimes that are caught on camera in the UK, as well as exploring the devious tactics of pickpockets, shoplifters and con artists. Nick Wallis also teams up with Britain's leading sleight of hand expert to reveal the working methods and skills of real con artists. And, crucially, they show how the general public can be more guarded and prevent themselves from becoming victims. More than a million crimes were committed on British roads last year, everything from high speed car chases to driving without insurance. In Chester suspected thieves are involved in a high speed chase through the city centre and see how CCTV is used to help cops catch reckless and dangerous drivers. In London we are out with the MET on Operation Cuba using ANPR to catch all kinds of criminals with amazing success, in this one operation almost 100 arrests were made and 615 illegal vehicles were taken off the road. Also in London, we reveal the incredible footage that put an end to one of the capital's most prolific car crime gangs with a taste for the most expensive car marques. In Rotherham we see how CCTV and ANPR are monitoring notorious criminals and catching potentially deadly drivers. We reveal the senseless, insane and drunken drivers putting risking their own lives and the lives of others. We also uncover Britain's fastest ever attempted get away, where robbers tried to evade the law by driving at terrifying speeds. And we reveal the terrifying footage when cars take on trains to beat the level crossings.

Thu 8th June

Cops

Officers with the Minneapolis Police Department set up a prostitution sting and catch women that will surely be on Santa's 'naughty' list this year. Meanwhile, sheriffs in Harris County, TX, patrol a truck stop known for illicit activity, and officers in Snohomish County, WA, work overtime when they're called to the scene of a disturbance.

Thu 8th June

Born to Kill?

In the mid 1970s, Trevor Hardy's brutal murder of three teenage girls on the streets of north-east Manchester left a nation in shock. Renowned as a delinquent child, Hardy spent much of his teenage years in institutions. But as he entered his 20's, his reputation became forged through fear. Reportedly suffering a brain injury as a child, a splinter of bone pressing on Hardy's brain is thought to have triggered extreme bouts of aggression and mindless violence. But the true depravity of Hardy's mind was revealed when he turned to murder as he subjected his teenage victims to unimaginable cruelty and shocking mutilation. Having been sentenced for the three murders he would spend 35 years in prison before dying of a heart attack in 2012.

Thu 8th June

Cops

A suspect flees as officers respond to a fight. Also, a driver refuses to co-operate after being pulled over, and a domestic dispute leads to an arrest for marijuana possession.

Thu 8th June

Crimes That Shook Britain

Double murderer, John Sweeney, brutally murdered two of his girlfriends, dismembered their bodies and dumped them in canals. Handed two life sentences, he was told he will die in prison. In a macabre twist, a key detective on the case tells how Sweeney allegedly hid clues to his killings in abstract paintings he produced, and how five other girlfriends of his are currently missing as well.

Thu 8th June

60 Days In

Gang members in Zone 500 continue to establish their dominance. Alliances are forged when Nate, Calvin, and Matt learn of each other's existence in the program. In Zone 600, Don clashes with his new cellmate, while Jon continues his complicated relationship with Dashaun. Jessica leaves the program as a result of conditions in the facility. As a result, Mauri and Michelle's value in the program is increased, but Michelle continues to struggle. Will she be the next participant to tap out?

Thu 8th June

Homicide Hunter

Two grandparents are shot to death in their family home. Lt Joe Kenda quickly tightens the noose on a prime suspect, but the case kicks into high gear when he learns that the wanted man is headed for the Mexican border. Then, CSPD responders find a body so badly mutilated it turns the stomachs of seasoned officers. Kenda sets out in search of a deranged maniac.

Thu 8th June

Murder Book

In March of 1988, racing legend Mickey Thompson and his wife Trudy are gunned down in broad daylight in the driveway of their affluent Bradbury, California home. Mickey was a respected pioneer in the racing industry, but past disputes with shady individuals may have made him a target for revenge. With valuables in plain sight left behind by the shooters, detectives believe the Thompsons were indeed victims of a professional hit. As the investigation continues, all fingers point to a prime suspect, but a lack of solid evidence prevents an arrest. After nearly two decades of cat and mouse, cold case investigators finally bring the case to a close and put a narcissistic killer behind bars.

Thu 8th June

Born to Kill?

In the mid 1970s, Trevor Hardy's brutal murder of three teenage girls on the streets of north-east Manchester left a nation in shock. Renowned as a delinquent child, Hardy spent much of his teenage years in institutions. But as he entered his 20's, his reputation became forged through fear. Reportedly suffering a brain injury as a child, a splinter of bone pressing on Hardy's brain is thought to have triggered extreme bouts of aggression and mindless violence. But the true depravity of Hardy's mind was revealed when he turned to murder as he subjected his teenage victims to unimaginable cruelty and shocking mutilation. Having been sentenced for the three murders he would spend 35 years in prison before dying of a heart attack in 2012.

Thu 8th June

Noon

Crimes That Shook Britain

Double murderer, John Sweeney, brutally murdered two of his girlfriends, dismembered their bodies and dumped them in canals. Handed two life sentences, he was told he will die in prison. In a macabre twist, a key detective on the case tells how Sweeney allegedly hid clues to his killings in abstract paintings he produced, and how five other girlfriends of his are currently missing as well.

Thu 8th June

Homicide Hunter

Two grandparents are shot to death in their family home. Lt Joe Kenda quickly tightens the noose on a prime suspect, but the case kicks into high gear when he learns that the wanted man is headed for the Mexican border. Then, CSPD responders find a body so badly mutilated it turns the stomachs of seasoned officers. Kenda sets out in search of a deranged maniac.

Thu 8th June

60 Days In

Gang members in Zone 500 continue to establish their dominance. Alliances are forged when Nate, Calvin, and Matt learn of each other's existence in the program. In Zone 600, Don clashes with his new cellmate, while Jon continues his complicated relationship with Dashaun. Jessica leaves the program as a result of conditions in the facility. As a result, Mauri and Michelle's value in the program is increased, but Michelle continues to struggle. Will she be the next participant to tap out?

Thu 8th June

Homicide Hunter

A quadruple homicide rocks Colorado Springs, when police discover that 30-year-old Lindi Waller, her parents, and her 7-year-old son have all been brutally murdered. Investigators fear a spree killer may be on the loose, and news of the crime sends a shockwave of fear rolling across the city. It's up to Lt. Joe Kenda to track down this monster, and when he takes a look at the evidence, he discovers a gruesome, yet unexpected connection between the killer and his victims.

Thu 8th June

Murder Book

In a quiet suburb of Seattle, Washington, Robert 'Bob' Wykel, a beloved local retiree, fails to show up to his weekly poker game in 1996. Known for his reliable nature, Bob's family and friends immediately suspect the worst. A search of his apartment helps bolster the theory that Bob succumbed to an unfortunate fate. His devoted daughter works hand-in-hand with a determined investigator to unravel the mystery behind her father's vanishing. Methodically, the two retrace Bob's steps leading up to his disappearance, and narrow in on a prime suspect. With no sign of Bob, and no hard evidence against their suspect, it will be another 13 years before a diamond ring leads a team of dogged cold case detectives to the truth about what happened to Bob Wykel.

Thu 8th June

Out Of The Grave: New Detectives

New Forensic Techniques used to Solve Old Cases: Advancement in science and technology are encouraging people to revisit the past in hopes of answering questions that have remained unanswered, and solving crimes that seemed unsolvable. Techniques from the 20th century are applied to cases from as far back as ancient times.

Thu 8th June

Evening

Cops

Officers in Sacramento, CA, respond to a fleeing subject that takes the chase over fences and through backyards. The suspect learns the hard way that he bit off more than he could chew when two police dogs enter the pursuit. In King County, WA, a man is pulled over for a warrant associated with the vehicle, and the situation goes from bad to worse when it's discovered that his licence is suspended and illicit possessions are uncovered. In Minneapolis, MN, officers are called to a scene where four men are taking target practice with a BB gun.

Thu 8th June

Cops

A police dog is deployed when a burglary suspect takes refuge in a tree; a fleeing suspect seeks shelter in a stranger's house; and a biker found to have a suspended license is uncooperative.

Thu 8th June

Hollywood 911

Oscar winner and America's Sweetheart. Sandra Bullock's hair-raising home invasion from her 3rd documented stalker, Joshua James Corbett. Party girl Lindsay Lohan's stunning meltdown at the Betty Ford Clinic. Justin Bieber's high speed escape from out-of-control paparazzi, and concluding with Kourtney Kardashian's unsettling home robbery while pregnant with her first child.

Thu 8th June

It Takes A Killer

A British landlord offers free rent to a female 'enforcer' if she'll take care of his troublesome tenants. The only problem is, she ends up murdering a tenant and the landlord himself. This woman kills for sport, and continues to hunt for victims to satisfy her bloodlust, until police track her down and bring her and her hapless associates to justice.

Thu 8th June

It Takes A Killer

A self-taught serial killer criss-crosses the country at random, targeting victims of opportunity and murdering them with pre-stashed weapons and tools he calls 'kill kits'. Law enforcement is clueless to the madman's actions, until he breaks his own rule and targets a victim close to home.

Thu 8th June

Cosby: The Women Speak

This provocative one-hour special offers never-before-seen intimate interviews with more than a dozen of Bill Cosby's accusers. First-hand accounts from the women themselves help examine the allegations, decade by decade to reveal new information regarding the downfall of one of the most respected entertainers in American history, as well as providing new insight into the case.

Thu 8th June

Homicide Hunter

Two bear hunters discover a blood-drenched car parked on the shoulder of a remote mountain road. Police find the car's owner lying in the middle of a culvert running beneath, his body riddled with buckshot. Lt. Joe Kenda gets his first break when he learns the victim's car was stolen the day before, but he soon discovers that finding the thief is merely the beginning. To find the gunman, he'll have to use his covert network of street informants to reach the darkest corners of Colorado Springs.

Thu 8th June

Hollywood 911

Oscar winner and America's Sweetheart. Sandra Bullock's hair-raising home invasion from her 3rd documented stalker, Joshua James Corbett. Party girl Lindsay Lohan's stunning meltdown at the Betty Ford Clinic. Justin Bieber's high speed escape from out-of-control paparazzi, and concluding with Kourtney Kardashian's unsettling home robbery while pregnant with her first child.

Fri 9th June

Morning

It Takes A Killer

A British landlord offers free rent to a female 'enforcer' if she'll take care of his troublesome tenants. The only problem is, she ends up murdering a tenant and the landlord himself. This woman kills for sport, and continues to hunt for victims to satisfy her bloodlust, until police track her down and bring her and her hapless associates to justice.

Fri 9th June

It Takes A Killer

A self-taught serial killer criss-crosses the country at random, targeting victims of opportunity and murdering them with pre-stashed weapons and tools he calls 'kill kits'. Law enforcement is clueless to the madman's actions, until he breaks his own rule and targets a victim close to home.

Fri 9th June

Cosby: The Women Speak

This provocative one-hour special offers never-before-seen intimate interviews with more than a dozen of Bill Cosby's accusers. First-hand accounts from the women themselves help examine the allegations, decade by decade to reveal new information regarding the downfall of one of the most respected entertainers in American history, as well as providing new insight into the case.

Fri 9th June

Forensic Files

In little more than a month, two women who lived in the same apartment complex were brutally murdered. The similarities of the crime scenes led police to conclude they were dealing with a serial killer who harboured an intense hatred of women ... and they had to find him before he struck again.

Fri 9th June

Cops

A police dog is deployed when a burglary suspect takes refuge in a tree; a fleeing suspect seeks shelter in a stranger's house; and a biker found to have a suspended license is uncooperative.

Fri 9th June

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 9th June

Criminals Caught On Camera

Intrepid journalist Nick Wallis tours Britain in search of crimes caught on camera. Nick visits police forces, private detectives, local councils, shopping centres, sports events and members of the public; hunting down stories on how CCTV and new technological advances are being used in the fight against all kinds of criminals. From handbag snatching to gangland murder, we reveal the shocking footage and real crimes that are "Caught on Camera" in the UK, as well as exploring the devious tactics of pickpockets, shoplifters and con artists. Nick Wallis also teams up with Britain's leading sleight of hand expert to reveal the working methods and skills of real con artists. And, crucially, they show how the general public can be more guarded and prevent themselves from becoming victims. CCTV has become the most important weapon in war to reclaim our streets from the anti-social law breakers who threaten to tear the delicate fabric of our society. In Hammersmith, CCTV operators help police as they try to enforce a drinking ban on a newly renovated park in West London and pick up on a group who may be about to break into a shop. The night turns sour when a man is accused of assault and CCTV must hunt him down so police can question him. In the early hours, the team spot a youth armed with a knife prowling the streets of West London. This episode also looks at how members of the public are installing their own CCTV cameras to catch thieves and burglars. In one chilling story CCTV captures images of a man who had hidden inside a woman's wardrobe for 13 hours before burgling her property while she slept upstairs. Finally, we investigate how CCTV is being utilized by police and authorities to take drug dealers off the streets and out of our neighbourhoods. We also learn how CCTV evidence was used to convict 29-year-old Mohammad Shafiq whose cocaine and heroin dealing brought misery to the streets of Rochdale.

Fri 9th June

Cops

Officers in Sacramento, CA, respond to a fleeing subject that takes the chase over fences and through backyards. The suspect learns the hard way that he bit off more than he could chew when two police dogs enter the pursuit. In King County, WA, a man is pulled over for a warrant associated with the vehicle, and the situation goes from bad to worse when it's discovered that his licence is suspended and illicit possessions are uncovered. In Minneapolis, MN, officers are called to a scene where four men are taking target practice with a BB gun.

Fri 9th June

Born to Kill?

During the early 1990s Bill Suff murdered and mutilated at least 12 women in Riverside County. As the task force hunted their unknown killer, Suff would brazenly work with police officers as a clerk in the County Sheriff's department. But beneath his placid, helpful demeanour lay a festering resentment against women - a hatred that was displayed in the humiliating posing and mutilation of his defenceless victims left strewn across the county. His solid upbringing hadn't raised any red flags but Bill Suff grew in to a controlling monster who bullied women and even battered his own children. When he turned to murder he proved to be a calculating, elusive adversary for authorities but was eventually captured and sentenced to death in 1995. He remains on death row to this day.

Fri 9th June

Cops

A police dog is deployed when a burglary suspect takes refuge in a tree; a fleeing suspect seeks shelter in a stranger's house; and a biker found to have a suspended license is uncooperative.

Fri 9th June

Hollywood 911

Oscar winner and America's Sweetheart. Sandra Bullock's hair-raising home invasion from her 3rd documented stalker, Joshua James Corbett. Party girl Lindsay Lohan's stunning meltdown at the Betty Ford Clinic. Justin Bieber's high speed escape from out-of-control paparazzi, and concluding with Kourtney Kardashian's unsettling home robbery while pregnant with her first child.

Fri 9th June

It Takes A Killer

A British landlord offers free rent to a female 'enforcer' if she'll take care of his troublesome tenants. The only problem is, she ends up murdering a tenant and the landlord himself. This woman kills for sport, and continues to hunt for victims to satisfy her bloodlust, until police track her down and bring her and her hapless associates to justice.

Fri 9th June

It Takes A Killer

A self-taught serial killer criss-crosses the country at random, targeting victims of opportunity and murdering them with pre-stashed weapons and tools he calls 'kill kits'. Law enforcement is clueless to the madman's actions, until he breaks his own rule and targets a victim close to home.

Fri 9th June

Cosby: The Women Speak

This provocative one-hour special offers never-before-seen intimate interviews with more than a dozen of Bill Cosby's accusers. First-hand accounts from the women themselves help examine the allegations, decade by decade to reveal new information regarding the downfall of one of the most respected entertainers in American history, as well as providing new insight into the case.

Fri 9th June

Murder Book

In a quiet suburb of Seattle, Washington, Robert 'Bob' Wykel, a beloved local retiree, fails to show up to his weekly poker game in 1996. Known for his reliable nature, Bob's family and friends immediately suspect the worst. A search of his apartment helps bolster the theory that Bob succumbed to an unfortunate fate. His devoted daughter works hand-in-hand with a determined investigator to unravel the mystery behind her father's vanishing. Methodically, the two retrace Bob's steps leading up to his disappearance, and narrow in on a prime suspect. With no sign of Bob, and no hard evidence against their suspect, it will be another 13 years before a diamond ring leads a team of dogged cold case detectives to the truth about what happened to Bob Wykel.

Fri 9th June

Born to Kill?

During the early 1990s Bill Suff murdered and mutilated at least 12 women in Riverside County. As the task force hunted their unknown killer, Suff would brazenly work with police officers as a clerk in the County Sheriff's department. But beneath his placid, helpful demeanour lay a festering resentment against women - a hatred that was displayed in the humiliating posing and mutilation of his defenceless victims left strewn across the county. His solid upbringing hadn't raised any red flags but Bill Suff grew in to a controlling monster who bullied women and even battered his own children. When he turned to murder he proved to be a calculating, elusive adversary for authorities but was eventually captured and sentenced to death in 1995. He remains on death row to this day.

Fri 9th June

Noon

Hollywood 911

Oscar winner and America's Sweetheart. Sandra Bullock's hair-raising home invasion from her 3rd documented stalker, Joshua James Corbett. Party girl Lindsay Lohan's stunning meltdown at the Betty Ford Clinic. Justin Bieber's high speed escape from out-of-control paparazzi, and concluding with Kourtney Kardashian's unsettling home robbery while pregnant with her first child.

Fri 9th June

It Takes A Killer

A British landlord offers free rent to a female 'enforcer' if she'll take care of his troublesome tenants. The only problem is, she ends up murdering a tenant and the landlord himself. This woman kills for sport, and continues to hunt for victims to satisfy her bloodlust, until police track her down and bring her and her hapless associates to justice.

Fri 9th June

It Takes A Killer

A self-taught serial killer criss-crosses the country at random, targeting victims of opportunity and murdering them with pre-stashed weapons and tools he calls 'kill kits'. Law enforcement is clueless to the madman's actions, until he breaks his own rule and targets a victim close to home.

Fri 9th June

Cosby: The Women Speak

This provocative one-hour special offers never-before-seen intimate interviews with more than a dozen of Bill Cosby's accusers. First-hand accounts from the women themselves help examine the allegations, decade by decade to reveal new information regarding the downfall of one of the most respected entertainers in American history, as well as providing new insight into the case.

Fri 9th June

Homicide Hunter

Two bear hunters discover a blood-drenched car parked on the shoulder of a remote mountain road. Police find the car's owner lying in the middle of a culvert running beneath, his body riddled with buckshot. Lt. Joe Kenda gets his first break when he learns the victim's car was stolen the day before, but he soon discovers that finding the thief is merely the beginning. To find the gunman, he'll have to use his covert network of street informants to reach the darkest corners of Colorado Springs.

Fri 9th June

Murder Book

In 1987, 20-year old Vieng Phovixay is on her way to work when a flat tire leaves her stranded on the side of the road in rural Georgia. After several attempts to get help, Vieng vanishes without a trace. The only leads in Vieng's disappearance are eyewitness accounts of a good Samaritan who stopped to offer assistance. Two years later, Vieng's skeletal remains are discovered in a secluded wooded area. With few forensic clues, it takes a pair of dedicated investigators 18 years to piece together the sordid details of Vieng's disappearance and murder, and bring a sadistic killer to justice.

Fri 9th June

Infallible Witness: New Detectives

Investigators are always on the cutting edge of new forensic techniques that can help them solve cases more accurately. An experimental "brain fingerprinting" technique has already won the acquittal of a police officer accused of a drug charge. Solving crimes by computer and robotic police offers provide investigators allow crime-solving to take on a new-age dimension, and provide safer and more efficient ways to capture an embezzler, a drug-dealer or a killer.

Fri 9th June

Evening

Cops

Deputies in Harris County, TX, uncover plenty of cracks in a case when they assist in a felony warrant arrest involving a female suspect. Pomona, CA, police officers respond to a domestic-disturbance call where the victim had just admitted to her mother that she got married in Vegas. Also featured are officers in Minneapolis, MN, trying to keep the peace when a quarrel between to two females breaks out.

Fri 9th June

Cops

A store transaction-turned-scuffle is investigated; a man is accused of flushing human ashes down the toilet; and a shirtless man disobeys officers.

Fri 9th June

#killerpost

True stories of the most jaw-dropping and shocking cases where social media activity has had dangerous and deadly consequences. Although the crimes differ in nature, they all share a common theme - social media posts were the catalysts for deadly repercussions. Through cinematic re-enactments of both the crimes and stories behind them, coupled with witness testimonies and expert interviews, each pulse-pounding episode will feature extreme cases in which a post, a poke or even a tweet led to a violent and even deadly result. From a seemingly innocent online connection that ends in homicide, to an online feud between best friends that leads to a public physical altercation, viewers will witness how the boundaries between the real and online world are breaking down with shocking results and sometimes fatal outcomes. In this episode, a young man learns the hard way that in the end not every beautiful woman is worth the chase, or is who she appears to be online.

Fri 9th June

Autopsy: The Last Hours of

Dr Richard Shepherd separates fact from fiction as he investigates the death of Anna Nicole Smith. Her breast implant-fuelled journey from small-town stripper to Playboy pin up, supermodel and movie star captured the public imagination. It was her marriage to a billionaire 67 years her senior that brought her global notoriety and started her on a downward path that led to her death in a Florida hotel room at the age of just 39. The evidence revealed by her autopsy tells a heart-breaking story of hard living and hard luck. Her swollen liver, damaged lungs and injection-riddled buttocks all bear testimony to the addictions and behaviours that ruined her life. The most extraordinary revelations offered by the autopsy, however, are the unusual cause of the mystery infection that contributed to her death, and the previously undiagnosed condition that could go a long way towards explaining many of the tragic events of her life.

Fri 9th June

Paradise Lost

Following their acclaimed documentary about a controversial death in a small town, filmmakers Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky explore another even more complex criminal case. When the mutilated corpses of three eight-year-old boys are found near a wooded stream in West Memphis, Arkansas, suspicion falls on a trio of young men, Jessie Miskelly Jr, Jason Baldwin and Damian Wayne Echols. Stories that the men listened to hard rock music and fashioned themselves as Satanists fuelled speculation of their involvement in the crime. Berlinger and Sinofsky offer equal time to both sides, but as this long and absorbing film rolls on, it becomes clear that they're sceptical of the prosecution's case, especially because it rests so heavily on a confession extracted from the mentally challenged Miskelly.

Sat 10th June

Morning

Final 24

Janis Joplin was the undisputed queen of rock and roll, her powerful, bluesy vocals, unmatched. But, aged just 27, a blast of nearly pure heroin cut short her tumultuous life. Final 24 traces the roots of her addiction and uses archive footage, dramatic re-enactments and interviews with her closest companions - including her brother and former band mates - to piece together the last 24 hours of a voice of a generation.

Sat 10th June

60 Days In

Gang members in Zone 500 continue to establish their dominance. Alliances are forged when Nate, Calvin, and Matt learn of each other's existence in the program. In Zone 600, Don clashes with his new cellmate, while Jon continues his complicated relationship with Dashaun. Jessica leaves the program as a result of conditions in the facility. As a result, Mauri and Michelle's value in the program is increased, but Michelle continues to struggle. Will she be the next participant to tap out?

Sat 10th June

Forensic Files

When a college co-ed vanished without a trace, her fellow students were concerned about her safety and their own. Weeks later, the body of an unknown female was discovered 700 miles away in the ashes of a barn fire, and an alert police officer realised the two crimes might be connected.

Sat 10th June

Cops

A store transaction-turned-scuffle is investigated; a man is accused of flushing human ashes down the toilet; and a shirtless man disobeys officers.

Sat 10th June

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 10th June

Criminals Caught On Camera

Intrepid journalist Nick Wallis tours Britain in search of crimes caught on camera. Nick visits police forces, private detectives, local councils, shopping centres, sports events and members of the public; hunting down stories on how CCTV and new technological advances are being used in the fight against all kinds of criminals. From handbag snatching to gangland murder, we reveal the shocking footage and real crimes that are caught on camera in the UK, as well as exploring the devious tactics of pickpockets, shoplifters and con artists. Nick Wallis also teams up with Britain's leading sleight of hand expert to reveal the working methods and skills of real con artists. And, crucially, they show how the general public can be more guarded and prevent themselves from becoming victims. Huge crowds mass in the UK all the time, for sports, celebrations, and protest. But November 5th saw more than just bonfire parties, as an angry mob marched through the streets of London and attacked Buckingham Palace with fireworks. We're on the ground, in the air and at the CCTV centre as thousands of protestors wearing V for Vendetta masks took their noisy protest to the houses of parliament. The cameras play a crucial role. When the police have to control thousands of people, they simply can't keep their eyes on everyone. But with CCTV and helicopter cams, criminals can no longer hide in the crowds. And there's proof of that in the aftermath of the 2011 riots. It's more than two years after some of the worst disturbances on the streets of UK cities in living memory, but the rampaging thugs are still being prosecuted, thanks solely to CCTV pictures. A catalogue of shocking footage results in the conviction of one mindless thug. Without it, he'd get off scot-free.

Sat 10th June

Cops

Deputies in Harris County, TX, uncover plenty of cracks in a case when they assist in a felony warrant arrest involving a female suspect. Pomona, CA, police officers respond to a domestic-disturbance call where the victim had just admitted to her mother that she got married in Vegas. Also featured are officers in Minneapolis, MN, trying to keep the peace when a quarrel between to two females breaks out.

Sat 10th June

Born to Kill?

During the early 1990's Charles Albright is thought to have callously murdered three women in Dallas in order to satisfy his bizarre taste for mutilation. As an adopted child in the 1930's Albright was brought up in a strict household but shared an unusual pastime with his mother. Taxidermy developed in to a true passion but the frugal parent would never allow the young boy to insert any eyes - instead he had to be satisfied with buttons. This experience would spark an obsession that would steadily grow until in 1990, 57-year-old Charles Albright struck terror though Oak Cliff's red light district with a string of unprecedented murders marked by the horrific extraction of the victims' eyes. Charles Albright received a life sentence in 1991 and remains in prison to this day.

Sat 10th June

Cops

A store transaction-turned-scuffle is investigated; a man is accused of flushing human ashes down the toilet; and a shirtless man disobeys officers.

Sat 10th June

Autopsy: The Last Hours of

Dr Richard Shepherd separates fact from fiction as he investigates the death of Anna Nicole Smith. Her breast implant-fuelled journey from small-town stripper to Playboy pin up, supermodel and movie star captured the public imagination. It was her marriage to a billionaire 67 years her senior that brought her global notoriety and started her on a downward path that led to her death in a Florida hotel room at the age of just 39. The evidence revealed by her autopsy tells a heart-breaking story of hard living and hard luck. Her swollen liver, damaged lungs and injection-riddled buttocks all bear testimony to the addictions and behaviours that ruined her life. The most extraordinary revelations offered by the autopsy, however, are the unusual cause of the mystery infection that contributed to her death, and the previously undiagnosed condition that could go a long way towards explaining many of the tragic events of her life.

Sat 10th June

#killerpost

True stories of the most jaw-dropping and shocking cases where social media activity has had dangerous and deadly consequences. Although the crimes differ in nature, they all share a common theme - social media posts were the catalysts for deadly repercussions. Through cinematic re-enactments of both the crimes and stories behind them, coupled with witness testimonies and expert interviews, each pulse-pounding episode will feature extreme cases in which a post, a poke or even a tweet led to a violent and even deadly result. From a seemingly innocent online connection that ends in homicide, to an online feud between best friends that leads to a public physical altercation, viewers will witness how the boundaries between the real and online world are breaking down with shocking results and sometimes fatal outcomes. In this episode, a young man learns the hard way that in the end not every beautiful woman is worth the chase, or is who she appears to be online.

Sat 10th June

Homicide Hunter

A pretty, young pilot named Ruth Lucy is discovered lying in her bed, bound with pantyhose, with a bullet in her head. Lt. Joe Kenda must determine if she was attacked by a stranger, or this was payback for something that happened in the skies. Then, 40-year-old Francis Coveleski's blood-soaked body is found in the middle of the street, apparently the victim of a hit-and-run. Police are facing an uphill battle to find a random reckless driver, until the coroner's findings lead Kenda to realise this was no accident.

Sat 10th June

Britain's Darkest Taboos

In a case police described as the worst example of abuse they had ever seen, April 1996 saw the horrific torture and murder of 17-year-old Kelly-Anne Bates at the hand of her boyfriend of three years, 49-year-old James Patterson Smith. Prior to her death, Kelly-Anne had suffered shocking injuries including scolding of her buttocks and legs, stab wounds inside her mouth and mutilation of her body. Patterson Smith was found guilty and in November 1997 was sentenced to life imprisonment.

Sat 10th June

Britain's Darkest Taboos

On May 26, 2013, porn-obsessed killer Jamie Reynolds lured 17-year-old Georgia Williams to his home where he hanged her and took photographs of himself sexually assaulting her. He then dumped her body in woodland and went on a run. Georgia's father Steve, a serving police officer, and mother Lynette, tell us how they discovered the sickening details of their daughter's death and the devastating impact it's had on their lives. We hear how Reynolds has been jailed for life, branded a potential serial killer and told he will never be released. Former Detective Superintendent David Swindle and psychologist Emma Kenny give us an insight into Reynolds' twisted mind and reveal the full extent of his morbid fascination with extreme violence against women. Detectives who worked on the case tell us Reynolds stored thousands of images and videos on his hard drive and reveal how he meticulously planned, then acted out his sadistic fantasies on Georgia.

Sat 10th June

Noon

Ian Brady: 50 Years Behind Bars

The year 2015 marked a half a century behind bars for Moors Murderer Ian Brady. Arrested and charged in 1965, he's never been considered for parole, nor has he asked to be freed. Britain's longest serving prisoner is now a very ill man, but how he's survived this long and the story of his 50 years in incarceration has always been something of a mystery. This profile will make use of archive letters sent by Brady from jail, specially shot material, and interviews. Brady's life behind bars will finally be revealed and with it the first real portrait of a man, who, for the last 50 years has both repulsed and fascinated the British public.

Sat 10th June

Unusual Suspects

In 1987, a judge and his mayoral candidate wife are murdered in their Biloxi home, victims of a professional hit. In a city rife with corruption, the suspects range from common criminals to powerful politicians. After nearly a decade, the case is finally solved and a shocking betrayal is revealed.

Sat 10th June

Unusual Suspects

In 1995, Michele Cartagena and Grant Hendrickson are gunned down at a lover's lane in Macon Georgia. As the FBI closes in on their suspect, a father must make an agonising choice. And a husband and wife are found dead in the charred remains of their suburban Chicago home. It takes eight years and an international manhunt to catch their killer.

Sat 10th June

Hollywood 911

Oscar winner and America's Sweetheart. Sandra Bullock's hair-raising home invasion from her 3rd documented stalker, Joshua James Corbett. Party girl Lindsay Lohan's stunning meltdown at the Betty Ford Clinic. Justin Bieber's high speed escape from out-of-control paparazzi, and concluding with Kourtney Kardashian's unsettling home robbery while pregnant with her first child.

Sat 10th June

Fatal Vows

Tom Richardson and Juanita Culver meet as teenagers and their love soars to dizzying heights - but as the old adage goes, the higher you fly, the further you fall. Adultery and confessions, mixed with a health scare and a house-fire, lead to a tempestuous second honeymoon. And for the Richardsons, there are no second chances - in this case of love, lies and religion, one of them will plummet, to their death.

Sat 10th June

Deadly Women

Finding love in the internet age is complicated. You never know who you'll end up with, or what they're capable of. A surrogate mum uses love as a lure for torture, a serial wife finds murder more profitable than divorce, and an unhappy housewife only found happiness in a loaded gun. These three women share a common thread: They trapped their victims in a tangled web of death.