TV Guide

Mon 24th April

Morning

Crime Files: The Homefront

A couple is brutally murdered in their Texas home. The murders were part of a scheme orchestrated by their son, Andrew Wamsley, his girlfriend, and their friend to collect on Andrew's parents' $1.65 million estate. And, 19-year-old British student, Brian Blackwell, is a smart and handsome young man from a good family. But through a series of pathological lies and deceit, Blackwell murders his parents, steals their money, and leaves them dead in the family home so that he can vacation with his girlfriend.

Mon 24th April

The First 48

In Cincinnati, detectives Jenny Luke and Bob Randolph find a young woman who has been strangled in her living room. Crime scene evidence leads detectives to believe she may have known her killer. In Miami, a 65-year-old man is found dead in a pool of blood. Detective Ervens Ford must track down his only lead - the victim's stolen car - hoping to find the killer at the wheel. When the car turns up, Ford discovers a surprising twist that suggests the suspect may have hit close to home.

Mon 24th April

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 killer's 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 serial killer with a history of serial rape terrorises Tampa, Florida's red light district, targeting women of the night at random. This killer gets away with murder for months, only to be brought to justice by the one victim he let go.

Mon 24th April

Homicide Hunter

Iraq War veteran Curtis Ashley dies by gunfire in the middle of the night. His friends claim it was an accident - or suicide - but the physical evidence at the scene soon calls both theories into question. To sort fact from fiction and bring justice to the dead, Lt Joe Kenda must venture into the lair of Curtis' mysterious ex-girlfriend and finesse the truth out of her. Finally, he must pick up on the trail of his suspect out with only a broken watchband and a discarded pack of cigarettes to guide him.

Mon 24th April

Serial Killer Sunday

Five women who worked as sex workers in Suffolk, were all killed within a few weeks in the autumn of 2006. Steve Wright was sentenced to life imprisonment for the crimes.

Mon 24th April

Crimes That Shook Australia

In August 1997, Hoddle Street in Melbourne became the scene of utter carnage as ex-Army cadet, Julian Knight shot and killed seven people and injured nineteen. He was given 27 years minimum sentence and despite several legal petitions, the Victorian government has said it is unlikely he will be released.

Mon 24th April

Bedlam

At Lambeth Hospital in south London, the Trust has pioneered the use of short-stay emergency wards for patients in crisis. It's effectively run like A&E but for those with mental illness. Cameras are granted access for the first time to a world where critical decisions about risk are taken every day by psychiatrists and nurses. It works like a sorting office. Over the course of a few days clinicians assess patients and decide whether they are stable enough to return home or whether they need to go on to a longer stay psychiatric ward. Most patients are considered a danger to themselves or others and have either been sectioned under the powers of the Mental Health Act or have come in voluntarily.

Mon 24th April

Fear Thy Neighbor

This docudrama series that tells the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This program will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. In the idyllic hills of Carmel Canyon, California, lawyer Mel Grimes and his wife, Elizabeth, live in the house of their dreams, a shambling, kitschy mountain home where their dogs run free and that speaks to their young at heart nature. When aging engineer, John Kenney, moves into the house across the shared road next door, the Grimes welcome him and everyone gets along well. But the relationship between the bohemian Grimes and the straight laced Kenney start to disintegrate over issues such as repairs to a shared bridge, the Grimes unkempt yard and unrestrained pets, and access to a small, shared strip of land that John claims as his own. Tensions mount. Tempers flare. Restraining orders are filed and police are brought in to keep the peace but to no avail. One warm evening, after John makes a move to claim the disputed piece of property once and for all, the ensuing argument is resolved in gunfire, blood and death.

Mon 24th April

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder? The shockingly savage serial murders of three women and a child in South-East London left a nation in shock. British serial killer Robert Napper is infamously linked with the case of Rachel Nickell. A paranoid schizophrenic with Asperger's Syndrome, Napper's background was troubled and dysfunctional. Exposed to domestic violence at a young age and suffering bullying at school, Napper's sense of belonging to society was ultimately destroyed after a sexually abusive attack at age 12, left him withdrawn and isolated, fuelling his psychotic tendencies. Napper is thought to have carried out as many as 70 savage attacks, only ever admitting to four. He is held indefinitely in Broadmoor Hospital.

Mon 24th April

Evening

Cops

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

Mon 24th April

Cops

The Lafayette Police Department in Louisiana responds to a disturbance call from a woman who said a man was threatening her with a gun. When police arrive, the suspect threatens the officers. Again, in Lafayette, the police department investigates a case where twin sisters allege that their other sister's boyfriend choked her in a dispute over five dollars. Finally, a deputy of the Hillsborough County, FL, Sheriff's Department responds to a car crash where a visibly drunk suspect ran into a pole, knocked it over and then fled the scene on foot.

Mon 24th April

Deadly Women

Psychopathic killers lurk in society, mostly acting alone. Sometimes fate brings them into contact with another person who shares their cold power to kill. When two killers fall in love the result is explosive. Some of the deadliest women in history have been in a lethal love affair with a deadly man. Apart they are dangerous, together they form teams that commit horrific murders beyond our comprehension.

Mon 24th April

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, in the Mexican desert, two cult leaders' passion for torture and human sacrifice is exposed when they pick the wrong victim.

Mon 24th April

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. A man is brutally gunned down on a neighbourhood street in Rochester, New York. Investigators believe his estranged wife, a prostitute, is lying to them about his murder. And when the case goes to trial, a conviction hinges on the testimony of two witnesses with shaky credibility.

Mon 24th April

Cold Blood

A murderous attack in Park Slope, Brooklyn, leaves Sylvia Lugo dead and her girlfriend, Amanda Leach, raped and shot in the leg. Leach claims that a mysterious Hispanic assailant is responsible. But there is absolutely no evidence to back up her story and Leach herself is pegged as the prime suspect. The case quickly becomes a media firestorm and ignites Brooklyn's LGBT community who rally against the scrutiny of one of their own. All the while, police can't shake the feeling that maybe Leach was telling the truth and a killer rapist turned is on the loose.

Mon 24th April

Deadly Women

Psychopathic killers lurk in society, mostly acting alone. Sometimes fate brings them into contact with another person who shares their cold power to kill. When two killers fall in love the result is explosive. Some of the deadliest women in history have been in a lethal love affair with a deadly man. Apart they are dangerous, together they form teams that commit horrific murders beyond our comprehension.

Tue 25th April

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, in the Mexican desert, two cult leaders' passion for torture and human sacrifice is exposed when they pick the wrong victim.

Tue 25th April

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. A man is brutally gunned down on a neighbourhood street in Rochester, New York. Investigators believe his estranged wife, a prostitute, is lying to them about his murder. And when the case goes to trial, a conviction hinges on the testimony of two witnesses with shaky credibility.

Tue 25th April

Forensic Files

When a respected business owner was brutally attacked and killed, investigators had to determine if this was a robbery gone wrong or a calculated murder. The evidence at the scene told police what happened but not who was responsible and then they got a huge break because of a frozen river five miles away.

Tue 25th April

Caught Red Handed

Dom Littlewood looks at clever new ways that the police and the public are catching crooks red-handed. On this episode, identity theft in a quiet Devon village - a prolific criminal is caught by a sharp-eyed villager. And a woman wins the trust of a young shopkeeper - then callously steals from him. This program looks at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police 'stings' designed to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see. And it's not just the police - ordinary people, too, are finding new ways of catching criminals such as the couple who lie in wait all night and trap a thief in their confectionery shop and the dad who hid in a wardrobe to catch a carer stealing from his disabled son.

Tue 25th April

Cold Blood

A murderous attack in Park Slope, Brooklyn, leaves Sylvia Lugo dead and her girlfriend, Amanda Leach, raped and shot in the leg. Leach claims that a mysterious Hispanic assailant is responsible. But there is absolutely no evidence to back up her story and Leach herself is pegged as the prime suspect. The case quickly becomes a media firestorm and ignites Brooklyn's LGBT community who rally against the scrutiny of one of their own. All the while, police can't shake the feeling that maybe Leach was telling the truth and a killer rapist turned is on the loose.

Tue 25th April

Facing Evil

When Blue collar electrician Danny Pelosi starts having an affair with his boss, wealthy Manhattan socialite Generosa Ammon, he thinks he's won the lottery. Lavishing him with gifts and expensive outings, Danny's eyes are opened to a whole new world. He's on a $300 000 a year paycheck and it doesn't take long for him to move in to Generosa's exclusive hotel. But what does Generosa want from Danny? In the Fall of 2001, Ted Ammon's dead body was found in his weekend home in The Hamptons, exclusive retreat of the rich and famous. With only circumstantial evidence, it takes two years to convict Danny of the crime but he says he's innocent. Danny's always said the bludgeoning was someone else's work. But he never identified who. Now, he's ready to tell Candice the truth.

Tue 25th April

Cops Uncut

A hilarious and often shocking take on real-life police chases, with candid dashboard camera footage of bungled arrests. This is the ultimate American police trooper blooper reel.

Tue 25th April

Cops

The Lafayette Police Department in Louisiana responds to a disturbance call from a woman who said a man was threatening her with a gun. When police arrive, the suspect threatens the officers. Again, in Lafayette, the police department investigates a case where twin sisters allege that their other sister's boyfriend choked her in a dispute over five dollars. Finally, a deputy of the Hillsborough County, FL, Sheriff's Department responds to a car crash where a visibly drunk suspect ran into a pole, knocked it over and then fled the scene on foot.

Tue 25th April

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder? The shockingly savage serial murders of three women and a child in South-East London left a nation in shock. British serial killer Robert Napper is infamously linked with the case of Rachel Nickell. A paranoid schizophrenic with Asperger's Syndrome, Napper's background was troubled and dysfunctional. Exposed to domestic violence at a young age and suffering bullying at school, Napper's sense of belonging to society was ultimately destroyed after a sexually abusive attack at age 12, left him withdrawn and isolated, fuelling his psychotic tendencies. Napper is thought to have carried out as many as 70 savage attacks, only ever admitting to four. He is held indefinitely in Broadmoor Hospital.

Tue 25th April

Caught Red Handed

Dom Littlewood looks at clever new ways that the police and the public are catching crooks red-handed. On this episode, identity theft in a quiet Devon village - a prolific criminal is caught by a sharp-eyed villager. And a woman wins the trust of a young shopkeeper - then callously steals from him. This program looks at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police 'stings' designed to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see. And it's not just the police - ordinary people, too, are finding new ways of catching criminals such as the couple who lie in wait all night and trap a thief in their confectionery shop and the dad who hid in a wardrobe to catch a carer stealing from his disabled son.

Tue 25th April

Deadly Women

Psychopathic killers lurk in society, mostly acting alone. Sometimes fate brings them into contact with another person who shares their cold power to kill. When two killers fall in love the result is explosive. Some of the deadliest women in history have been in a lethal love affair with a deadly man. Apart they are dangerous, together they form teams that commit horrific murders beyond our comprehension.

Tue 25th April

Campus Killer: Santa Barbara

A chilling YouTube confession, an angst-ridden e-manifesto, a troubled life lived and permanently recorded online. This is the story of a mass murderer of the digital age, as told by the killer himself. On Friday 23rd May 2014, Elliot Rodger, the privileged son of a Hollywood director, went on a brutal stabbing and shooting spree in Santa Barbara, California, killing six people and injuring thirteen before turning the gun towards his own skull. This documentary tells the story in the killers own words, using Rodger's online debris trail to articulate what happened in a radical and unexpected take on the 'first-hand account'.

Tue 25th April

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. A man is brutally gunned down on a neighbourhood street in Rochester, New York. Investigators believe his estranged wife, a prostitute, is lying to them about his murder. And when the case goes to trial, a conviction hinges on the testimony of two witnesses with shaky credibility.

Tue 25th April

Fear Thy Neighbor

This docudrama series that tells the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This program will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. In the idyllic hills of Carmel Canyon, California, lawyer Mel Grimes and his wife, Elizabeth, live in the house of their dreams, a shambling, kitschy mountain home where their dogs run free and that speaks to their young at heart nature. When aging engineer, John Kenney, moves into the house across the shared road next door, the Grimes welcome him and everyone gets along well. But the relationship between the bohemian Grimes and the straight laced Kenney start to disintegrate over issues such as repairs to a shared bridge, the Grimes unkempt yard and unrestrained pets, and access to a small, shared strip of land that John claims as his own. Tensions mount. Tempers flare. Restraining orders are filed and police are brought in to keep the peace but to no avail. One warm evening, after John makes a move to claim the disputed piece of property once and for all, the ensuing argument is resolved in gunfire, blood and death.

Tue 25th April

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder? The shockingly savage serial murders of three women and a child in South-East London left a nation in shock. British serial killer Robert Napper is infamously linked with the case of Rachel Nickell. A paranoid schizophrenic with Asperger's Syndrome, Napper's background was troubled and dysfunctional. Exposed to domestic violence at a young age and suffering bullying at school, Napper's sense of belonging to society was ultimately destroyed after a sexually abusive attack at age 12, left him withdrawn and isolated, fuelling his psychotic tendencies. Napper is thought to have carried out as many as 70 savage attacks, only ever admitting to four. He is held indefinitely in Broadmoor Hospital.

Tue 25th April

Noon

Deadly Women

Psychopathic killers lurk in society, mostly acting alone. Sometimes fate brings them into contact with another person who shares their cold power to kill. When two killers fall in love the result is explosive. Some of the deadliest women in history have been in a lethal love affair with a deadly man. Apart they are dangerous, together they form teams that commit horrific murders beyond our comprehension.

Tue 25th April

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, in the Mexican desert, two cult leaders' passion for torture and human sacrifice is exposed when they pick the wrong victim.

Tue 25th April

Outback Coroner

With jurisdictions covering nearly one and a half million square kilometres the Outback Coroner is called to investigate the unexpected, unusual and violent deaths on behalf of the most isolated communities across Australia. This original series takes us beyond the courtroom and delivers unprecedented access inside the mindset, lifestyle and challenges confronting the fly-in, fly-out coroner as they seek to deliver justice for the dead and bring peace to the living.

Tue 25th April

Outback Coroner

With jurisdictions covering nearly one and a half million square kilometres the Outback Coroner is called to investigate the unexpected, unusual and violent deaths on behalf of the most isolated communities across Australia. This original series takes us beyond the courtroom and delivers unprecedented access inside the mindset, lifestyle and challenges confronting the fly-in, fly-out coroner as they seek to deliver justice for the dead and bring peace to the living.

Tue 25th April

Crimes That Shook Australia

Based on the successful series from the UK, this program will look at Australian crimes that shocked our nation. Katherine Mary Knight lived in the small town of Aberdeen, NSW. In the early hours of March 1st 2000, Knight attacked her de facto husband John Price by stabbing him repeatedly until he bled to death in his hallway. One day earlier, John had gone to court and taken out an Apprehended Violence Order against her. Knight's experience as an abattoir worker and her obsession with knives may have aided in how she then mutilated the body. After skinning John's body she then decapitated him and cooked parts of his body to serve to his relatives. After noticing John missing from work, his employer notified police and one of the most horrific crime scenes in Australian history was to be uncovered. Police found Knight asleep in bed having taken several sleeping pills. She was the first Australian female to be sentenced to life imprisonment without parole and her papers were marked "never to be released".

Tue 25th April

Crimes That Shook Australia

Based on the successful series from the UK, this series will look at Australian crimes that shocked our nation. On November 8, 2010, Jason Downie broke into the house of his friend's girlfriend, Chantelle Rowe. Chantelle and her parents, Andrew and Rose, were asleep when he entered the house. Alerted to an intruder, Andrew Rowe confronted Downie but was stabbed at least 29 times and eventually died. Downie then turned to Rose Rowe who had also awoken and discovered what had happened; he attacked and killed her in the same way. After witnessing the attack on her parents, 16-year-old Chantelle hid under her bed in terror, but Downie proceeded to stab her to death. When their bodies were found, Downie showed no remorse but instead was seen to be grieving, laying flowers outside the Rowe family home. When traces of his DNA and semen connected him to the frenzied attack, he was arrested and sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum of 35 years.

Tue 25th April

Evening

Cops

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

Tue 25th April

Cops

Officers of the Springfield, MO, Police Department respond to a DWI disturbance call where the suspect claims he was assaulted, but may have been the one doing the assaulting. Next, an officer of the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department in Georgia stops a girl for jaywalking. While being questioned by police, drugs fall out of her pocket. Finally, a deputy of the Hillsborough County, FL, Sheriff's Department responds to a reckless driving call where the suspect stole the car while the owner was attempting to change the car battery.

Tue 25th April

Britain's Darkest Taboos

This is the shocking, true-life crime series that tells the story of some of the most sickening acts of familial crime imaginable. No subject is off limits, from incest and prostitution to rape and murder. This is every family's worst nightmares, relived and retold firsthand by the family and friends at the heart of events, as well as Police Officers involved in the case. Each episode reveals the timeline of events with accurate reconstructions, home footage, family photos, archive news and exclusive access to previously unseen police footage. With expert analysis from Forensic Psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and Psychologist Emma Kenny, this program shows how the acts of one individual can send shockwaves through the lives of those closest to them. In October 2000 in a tiny hamlet in Cornwall, Police discovered the bodies of Lesley Ford and her four eldest children, buried in a woodshed in the garden of the family home they shared with Lesley's husband and step-father to the children - Lee Ford. It was a crime that shocked the nation. Ford confessed to killing them all one by one by garotting them in the kitchen of the family home, before burying the bodies. Now, for the first time since the murders 12 years ago, the biological father of the four children and the ex-husband of Lesley, Michael Trantor talks about what happened and how Ford tried to cover up his terrible crimes. Peter Wyatt, the brother of Lesley who raised the alarm when the family went missing also contributes, as well as school teacher of the children and the senior police officer in the case. With expert analysis from Forensic Psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and psychologist Emma Kenny, we profile Ford and reveal the horrific impact this had, not only on the loved ones left behind, but also those in the community nearby.

Tue 25th April

Killer Cops

In the quiet university town of Columbia, Missouri, a student lies murdered. His throat has been cut. Police commander Zim Schwartze calls in her campus patrolman Steven Rios to identify the body. Six weeks earlier he'd arrested him at a rowdy party - his name is Jesse Valencia. Forensic officers note odd bruising and collect some small hairs for analysis. Detectives aren't short of suspects, Jesse was a popular, openly gay student with an active sex life, but his friends are soon ruled out, although one former lover does provide vital information. A few weeks before the murder he and Jesse were joined in bed by a cop; campus patrolman Steven Rios. Investigators are sceptical, the young cop is married with a baby, but they find out after Rios arrested Jesse they began a passionate, and secret, affair. Media exposure drives Rios to threaten suicide, but he resolutely denies murder.

Tue 25th April

Vanity Fair Confidential

When Hamilton Somerville Jr, owner of the 345-acre hilltop estate known as Mt Athos, dies suspiciously in late 2001, the eyes of Orange County, Virginia, turn to his pretty second wife, Donna, once the hospice nurse for his late first wife. Is she guilty of killing the man she'd comforted?

Tue 25th April

Cold Blood

When Wharton business student Shannon Schieber is found raped and strangled to death in her bedroom, all Philadelphia police have is the killer's DNA. Until they learn Shannon filed a complaint against her ex-boyfriend just months before claiming he uttered death threats against her. But the case takes a dramatic turn when a Philadelphia newspaper uncovers that Shannon's rape and murder is the latest in a string of rapes in the Centre City area - a string of sexual assaults that the police department systematically downgraded to keep their crime numbers down. It sets off a firestorm. Shannon's parents wonder if Shannon might be alive today if police had taken those earlier reports seriously. Against this backdrop police are under the gun to find Shannon's killer - a sexual predator who's been stalking young women for months and no one knows when he'll strike again. It's a case that garners national attention fuelled by Shannon Schieber's family's determination to honour their talented daughter and save other women from a similar fate.

Tue 25th April

Campus Killer: Santa Barbara

A chilling YouTube confession, an angst-ridden e-manifesto, a troubled life lived and permanently recorded online. This is the story of a mass murderer of the digital age, as told by the killer himself. On Friday 23rd May 2014, Elliot Rodger, the privileged son of a Hollywood director, went on a brutal stabbing and shooting spree in Santa Barbara, California, killing six people and injuring thirteen before turning the gun towards his own skull. This documentary tells the story in the killers own words, using Rodger's online debris trail to articulate what happened in a radical and unexpected take on the 'first-hand account'.

Wed 26th April

Morning

Killer Cops

In the quiet university town of Columbia, Missouri, a student lies murdered. His throat has been cut. Police commander Zim Schwartze calls in her campus patrolman Steven Rios to identify the body. Six weeks earlier he'd arrested him at a rowdy party - his name is Jesse Valencia. Forensic officers note odd bruising and collect some small hairs for analysis. Detectives aren't short of suspects, Jesse was a popular, openly gay student with an active sex life, but his friends are soon ruled out, although one former lover does provide vital information. A few weeks before the murder he and Jesse were joined in bed by a cop; campus patrolman Steven Rios. Investigators are sceptical, the young cop is married with a baby, but they find out after Rios arrested Jesse they began a passionate, and secret, affair. Media exposure drives Rios to threaten suicide, but he resolutely denies murder.

Wed 26th April

Vanity Fair Confidential

When Hamilton Somerville Jr, owner of the 345-acre hilltop estate known as Mt Athos, dies suspiciously in late 2001, the eyes of Orange County, Virginia, turn to his pretty second wife, Donna, once the hospice nurse for his late first wife. Is she guilty of killing the man she'd comforted?

Wed 26th April

Forensic Files

When a successful real estate agent is brutally murdered, panicked townspeople begin looking over their shoulders and locking their doors. Weeks later, a witness comes forward who may have seen the killer, and police use forensic hypnosis to help him recall every detail of the man's appearance. His description is used to create a composite sketch, which police hope will draw the killer out of hiding.

Wed 26th April

Caught Red Handed

Dom Littlewood looks at clever new ways that the police and the public are catching crooks red-handed. On this episode, there's a terrifying armed robbery in a jewellery shop - but the brave owners fight back, with some tricks up their sleeve that confuse the crooks. And frightening footage of a car driver so high on drugs, he can hardly stand up. This program looks at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police 'stings' designed to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see. And it's not just the police - ordinary people, too, are finding new ways of catching criminals such as the couple who lie in wait all night and trap a thief in their confectionery shop and the dad who hid in a wardrobe to catch a carer stealing from his disabled son.

Wed 26th April

Cold Blood

When Wharton business student Shannon Schieber is found raped and strangled to death in her bedroom, all Philadelphia police have is the killer's DNA. Until they learn Shannon filed a complaint against her ex-boyfriend just months before claiming he uttered death threats against her. But the case takes a dramatic turn when a Philadelphia newspaper uncovers that Shannon's rape and murder is the latest in a string of rapes in the Centre City area - a string of sexual assaults that the police department systematically downgraded to keep their crime numbers down. It sets off a firestorm. Shannon's parents wonder if Shannon might be alive today if police had taken those earlier reports seriously. Against this backdrop police are under the gun to find Shannon's killer - a sexual predator who's been stalking young women for months and no one knows when he'll strike again. It's a case that garners national attention fuelled by Shannon Schieber's family's determination to honour their talented daughter and save other women from a similar fate.

Wed 26th April

Facing Evil

In remote Texan woodland a young woman lay dead, torn pantyhose tied around her neck. Its the tragic end to a three-week search for 19-year-old college student Melissa Trotter. Electrician Larry Swearingen is found guilty of the murder. He says he was having an affair with Melissa behind his wife's back. He was also one of the last people to see Melissa alive. He now sits on death row but from day one, Larry has claimed innocence. He says the facts prove he couldn't have done it. Some forensic evidence seems to back him up. But a lot of circumstantial evidence points to his guilt. It's a truly confounding case. Is an innocent man going to die, while the real killer remains free? Or is it a baffling case of forensic evidence gone wrong?

Wed 26th April

Cops Uncut

A hilarious and often shocking take on real-life police chases, with candid dashboard camera footage of bungled arrests. This is the ultimate American police trooper blooper reel.

Wed 26th April

Cops

Officers of the Springfield, MO, Police Department respond to a DWI disturbance call where the suspect claims he was assaulted, but may have been the one doing the assaulting. Next, an officer of the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department in Georgia stops a girl for jaywalking. While being questioned by police, drugs fall out of her pocket. Finally, a deputy of the Hillsborough County, FL, Sheriff's Department responds to a reckless driving call where the suspect stole the car while the owner was attempting to change the car battery.

Wed 26th April

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder? 'The Bus Stop Killer' Levi Bellfield targeted women using public transport in London and the surrounding areas, killing three females. He is suspected of many more attacks. Club bouncer Bellfield was known to be charming to women, despite his negative attitude towards them. With three long-term partners at times competing for his attention, yet suffering abuse at his hands, he fathered at least 9 children. It was a combination of the cars he drove during his attacks and a former girlfriend reporting him to the police, which pinpointed him within easy distance of the attacks. In total he killed four women, including the abduction of 13-year-old Surrey schoolgirl Amanda 'Milly' Dowler whose case gripped the nation. Amazingly one of his victims survived a brutal hit and run; her description of his car proving to be a helpful lead.

Wed 26th April

Caught Red Handed

Dom Littlewood looks at clever new ways that the police and the public are catching crooks red-handed. On this episode, there's a terrifying armed robbery in a jewellery shop - but the brave owners fight back, with some tricks up their sleeve that confuse the crooks. And frightening footage of a car driver so high on drugs, he can hardly stand up. This program looks at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police 'stings' designed to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see. And it's not just the police - ordinary people, too, are finding new ways of catching criminals such as the couple who lie in wait all night and trap a thief in their confectionery shop and the dad who hid in a wardrobe to catch a carer stealing from his disabled son.

Wed 26th April

Britain's Darkest Taboos

This is the shocking, true-life crime series that tells the story of some of the most sickening acts of familial crime imaginable. No subject is off limits, from incest and prostitution to rape and murder. This is every family's worst nightmares, relived and retold firsthand by the family and friends at the heart of events, as well as Police Officers involved in the case. Each episode reveals the timeline of events with accurate reconstructions, home footage, family photos, archive news and exclusive access to previously unseen police footage. With expert analysis from Forensic Psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and Psychologist Emma Kenny, this program shows how the acts of one individual can send shockwaves through the lives of those closest to them. In October 2000 in a tiny hamlet in Cornwall, Police discovered the bodies of Lesley Ford and her four eldest children, buried in a woodshed in the garden of the family home they shared with Lesley's husband and step-father to the children - Lee Ford. It was a crime that shocked the nation. Ford confessed to killing them all one by one by garotting them in the kitchen of the family home, before burying the bodies. Now, for the first time since the murders 12 years ago, the biological father of the four children and the ex-husband of Lesley, Michael Trantor talks about what happened and how Ford tried to cover up his terrible crimes. Peter Wyatt, the brother of Lesley who raised the alarm when the family went missing also contributes, as well as school teacher of the children and the senior police officer in the case. With expert analysis from Forensic Psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and psychologist Emma Kenny, we profile Ford and reveal the horrific impact this had, not only on the loved ones left behind, but also those in the community nearby.

Wed 26th April

Killer Cops

In the quiet university town of Columbia, Missouri, a student lies murdered. His throat has been cut. Police commander Zim Schwartze calls in her campus patrolman Steven Rios to identify the body. Six weeks earlier he'd arrested him at a rowdy party - his name is Jesse Valencia. Forensic officers note odd bruising and collect some small hairs for analysis. Detectives aren't short of suspects, Jesse was a popular, openly gay student with an active sex life, but his friends are soon ruled out, although one former lover does provide vital information. A few weeks before the murder he and Jesse were joined in bed by a cop; campus patrolman Steven Rios. Investigators are sceptical, the young cop is married with a baby, but they find out after Rios arrested Jesse they began a passionate, and secret, affair. Media exposure drives Rios to threaten suicide, but he resolutely denies murder.

Wed 26th April

Vanity Fair Confidential

When Hamilton Somerville Jr, owner of the 345-acre hilltop estate known as Mt Athos, dies suspiciously in late 2001, the eyes of Orange County, Virginia, turn to his pretty second wife, Donna, once the hospice nurse for his late first wife. Is she guilty of killing the man she'd comforted?

Wed 26th April

Fear Thy Neighbor

This docudrama series that tells the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This program will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Lee Macon finds the perfect home for himself in beautiful Lauderdale Lakes, Florida. It's a neighbourhood where houses seldom go on sale because no one who lives there ever wants to leave. Lee is happily single and sets about renovating the place to his taste and contemplates a life of peace and tranquillity. He meets his neighbour, Veronica Reese, vivacious and also single. They become great friends, but for Lee it soon becomes a bit too much. Veronica is always coming over, always wanting to visit, and always wanting to talk. It's too much for Lee, who's just looking to relax after a hard day's work. When it becomes apparent to Lee that his neighbour is looking for more than just friendship, he tells her in no uncertain terms to back off. Friends become enemies. Peace becomes war. Finally, when a fiance comes into Veronica's life and confronts Lee over a seemingly small yard issue, the situation becomes deadly.

Wed 26th April

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder? 'The Bus Stop Killer' Levi Bellfield targeted women using public transport in London and the surrounding areas, killing three females. He is suspected of many more attacks. Club bouncer Bellfield was known to be charming to women, despite his negative attitude towards them. With three long-term partners at times competing for his attention, yet suffering abuse at his hands, he fathered at least 9 children. It was a combination of the cars he drove during his attacks and a former girlfriend reporting him to the police, which pinpointed him within easy distance of the attacks. In total he killed four women, including the abduction of 13-year-old Surrey schoolgirl Amanda 'Milly' Dowler whose case gripped the nation. Amazingly one of his victims survived a brutal hit and run; her description of his car proving to be a helpful lead.

Wed 26th April

Noon

Britain's Darkest Taboos

This is the shocking, true-life crime series that tells the story of some of the most sickening acts of familial crime imaginable. No subject is off limits, from incest and prostitution to rape and murder. This is every family's worst nightmares, relived and retold firsthand by the family and friends at the heart of events, as well as Police Officers involved in the case. Each episode reveals the timeline of events with accurate reconstructions, home footage, family photos, archive news and exclusive access to previously unseen police footage. With expert analysis from Forensic Psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and Psychologist Emma Kenny, this program shows how the acts of one individual can send shockwaves through the lives of those closest to them. In October 2000 in a tiny hamlet in Cornwall, Police discovered the bodies of Lesley Ford and her four eldest children, buried in a woodshed in the garden of the family home they shared with Lesley's husband and step-father to the children - Lee Ford. It was a crime that shocked the nation. Ford confessed to killing them all one by one by garotting them in the kitchen of the family home, before burying the bodies. Now, for the first time since the murders 12 years ago, the biological father of the four children and the ex-husband of Lesley, Michael Trantor talks about what happened and how Ford tried to cover up his terrible crimes. Peter Wyatt, the brother of Lesley who raised the alarm when the family went missing also contributes, as well as school teacher of the children and the senior police officer in the case. With expert analysis from Forensic Psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and psychologist Emma Kenny, we profile Ford and reveal the horrific impact this had, not only on the loved ones left behind, but also those in the community nearby.

Wed 26th April

Killer Cops

In the quiet university town of Columbia, Missouri, a student lies murdered. His throat has been cut. Police commander Zim Schwartze calls in her campus patrolman Steven Rios to identify the body. Six weeks earlier he'd arrested him at a rowdy party - his name is Jesse Valencia. Forensic officers note odd bruising and collect some small hairs for analysis. Detectives aren't short of suspects, Jesse was a popular, openly gay student with an active sex life, but his friends are soon ruled out, although one former lover does provide vital information. A few weeks before the murder he and Jesse were joined in bed by a cop; campus patrolman Steven Rios. Investigators are sceptical, the young cop is married with a baby, but they find out after Rios arrested Jesse they began a passionate, and secret, affair. Media exposure drives Rios to threaten suicide, but he resolutely denies murder.

Wed 26th April

Vanity Fair Confidential

When Hamilton Somerville Jr, owner of the 345-acre hilltop estate known as Mt Athos, dies suspiciously in late 2001, the eyes of Orange County, Virginia, turn to his pretty second wife, Donna, once the hospice nurse for his late first wife. Is she guilty of killing the man she'd comforted?

Wed 26th April

Cold Blood

When Wharton business student Shannon Schieber is found raped and strangled to death in her bedroom, all Philadelphia police have is the killer's DNA. Until they learn Shannon filed a complaint against her ex-boyfriend just months before claiming he uttered death threats against her. But the case takes a dramatic turn when a Philadelphia newspaper uncovers that Shannon's rape and murder is the latest in a string of rapes in the Centre City area - a string of sexual assaults that the police department systematically downgraded to keep their crime numbers down. It sets off a firestorm. Shannon's parents wonder if Shannon might be alive today if police had taken those earlier reports seriously. Against this backdrop police are under the gun to find Shannon's killer - a sexual predator who's been stalking young women for months and no one knows when he'll strike again. It's a case that garners national attention fuelled by Shannon Schieber's family's determination to honour their talented daughter and save other women from a similar fate.

Wed 26th April

Fear Thy Neighbor

This docudrama series that tells the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This program will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. After suffering a crush injury on the job, Tony Davis reinvents himself as a special needs teacher and moves his family to beautiful Canyon Country, California. His dreams of a new life run smack into his new neighbour, Paul Tracey. Paul has also suffered a career ending injury, but unlike Tony he turned dark and inward. Soon Tony and his family are dealing with everything from frivolous citations and ruined lawn parties to acid damaged cars and being openly filmed by Paul. Tony finally builds a fence to separate them and Paul counters with his own structure a strange L-shaped fence that obscures his front door. One night, after feuding for eight years, Tony goes to confront Paul about his surveillance cameras being interfered with. It's here that the endgame occurs, and Paul's fence serves its deadly purpose.

Wed 26th April

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder. Sean Gillis callously took the lives of eight women in Louisiana in order to satisfy his sickening desire to manipulate their corpses. This egomaniac killer raped, murdered, and mutilated 8 women in the local Baton Rouge area from 1994 to 2004, often keeping body parts temporarily as trophies. He even dismembered bodies in the kitchen of the home he shared with his girlfriend without her knowing. When police finally linked him to three murders and brought him in for questioning Gillis confessed to killing a further five women.

Wed 26th April

Evening

Cops

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

Wed 26th April

Cops

An officer of the Springfield Police Department in Springfield, MO, performs a routine traffic stop and finds narcotics in the car. In Lafayette, LA, a police officer pulls over a vehicle for speeding; the suspects take off running but are caught before admitting to having drugs in their possession. Back in Springfield, MO, an officer questions a nervous suspect and discovers drug paraphernalia.

Wed 26th April

Crimes That Shook Australia

Allison Baden-Clay was a beauty queen with a successful real estate husband. They lived in Queensland with their three young children. In 2012, Allison's body was discovered in a creek, ten days after being reported missing by her husband. In June 2014, Gerard Baden-Clay went on trial for her murder. He is alleged to have been having an affair and his business was struggling.

Wed 26th April

OJ: Trial of the Century

The People versus OJ Simpson was the first of its kind - trial as entertainment for the masses. This is the story of how the murder of two human beings became the first nationally televised soap opera, a story of tangled and salacious plot lines that would beget countless others. When it was over, two people were still dead, no one was punished, and deep fault lines of bigotry and bias had been exposed in white and black America. For some it was a judicial catastrophe. For others it was merely confirmation that you get the kind of justice you can afford. Using only contemporaneous footage, much of it never-before-seen, and told without interviews or narration, the show unfolds as a tight, compelling, you-are-there drama. This is the stranger than fiction narrative that captivated America and the world - and the ultimate allegory for tensions that continue to rend American society today.

Wed 26th April

60 Days In

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

Wed 26th April

Cold Blood

When Rachel Kosub is discovered naked, brutally raped, and strangled to death on her office floor's reception area, everyone suspects her husband, Clifford. But in a neighbouring community, a serial rapist confesses to unrelated sexual assault charges with a similar M.O. to Rachel's assault. When he talks of an eerie, recurring dream that describes Rachel's crime scene perfectly detectives think they've found her killer. But the suspect quickly backtracks and refuses to cooperate. Carted off to prison for his other crimes, the case goes ice cold. But Rachel's daughter Kirsten never gives up hope. Twenty years after the murder, a cold case unit reignites the investigation. And using the latest techniques in DNA analysis, investigators finally solve the nightmarish murder mystery.

Wed 26th April

Crimes That Shook Australia

Allison Baden-Clay was a beauty queen with a successful real estate husband. They lived in Queensland with their three young children. In 2012, Allison's body was discovered in a creek, ten days after being reported missing by her husband. In June 2014, Gerard Baden-Clay went on trial for her murder. He is alleged to have been having an affair and his business was struggling.

Thu 27th April

Morning

60 Days In

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

Thu 27th April

OJ: Trial of the Century

The People versus OJ Simpson was the first of its kind - trial as entertainment for the masses. This is the story of how the murder of two human beings became the first nationally televised soap opera, a story of tangled and salacious plot lines that would beget countless others. When it was over, two people were still dead, no one was punished, and deep fault lines of bigotry and bias had been exposed in white and black America. For some it was a judicial catastrophe. For others it was merely confirmation that you get the kind of justice you can afford. Using only contemporaneous footage, much of it never-before-seen, and told without interviews or narration, the show unfolds as a tight, compelling, you-are-there drama. This is the stranger than fiction narrative that captivated America and the world - and the ultimate allegory for tensions that continue to rend American society today.

Thu 27th April

Forensic Files

A teenager returned home after a night out with friends, and discovered his father's body lying in a pool of blood. There were shoe impressions outside in the new-fallen snow; because the victim's wallet and watch were missing, the motive may have been robbery. But before making that determination, police needed to find out who had the most to gain from his death.

Thu 27th April

Caught Red Handed

Dom Littlewood looks at clever new ways that the police and the public are catching crooks red-handed. A woman catches on camera a carer stealing money behind her back. And a few weeks later, the same thing again - with a completely different carer and chilling footage of the people who cheat death on train tracks and Network Rail's battle to stop them. This program looks at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police 'stings' designed to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see. And it's not just the police - ordinary people, too, are finding new ways of catching criminals such as the couple who lie in wait all night and trap a thief in their confectionery shop and the dad who hid in a wardrobe to catch a carer stealing from his disabled son.

Thu 27th April

Cold Blood

When Rachel Kosub is discovered naked, brutally raped, and strangled to death on her office floor's reception area, everyone suspects her husband, Clifford. But in a neighbouring community, a serial rapist confesses to unrelated sexual assault charges with a similar M.O. to Rachel's assault. When he talks of an eerie, recurring dream that describes Rachel's crime scene perfectly detectives think they've found her killer. But the suspect quickly backtracks and refuses to cooperate. Carted off to prison for his other crimes, the case goes ice cold. But Rachel's daughter Kirsten never gives up hope. Twenty years after the murder, a cold case unit reignites the investigation. And using the latest techniques in DNA analysis, investigators finally solve the nightmarish murder mystery.

Thu 27th April

Facing Evil

In the early hours of June 10th, 1991, Bruce Kellogg is shot four times while sleeping, in a remote cabin in Upstate New York. The shooter is 19-year-old Denver McDowell who says he was put up to it by the victim's wife - 26-year-old School Teacher, Laurie Kellogg. Laurie says it was all Denver's idea. At the time, there were rumours they were having an affair. Laurie claims Bruce abused her for years. Both are both found guilty of second-degree murder and each received 25 years to life. Laurie Kellogg has claimed innocence from the day she was arrested in the summer of 1991. Now, she's ready to reveal all.

Thu 27th April

Cops Uncut

A hilarious and often shocking take on real-life police chases, with candid dashboard camera footage of bungled arrests. This is the ultimate American police trooper blooper reel.

Thu 27th April

Cops

An officer of the Springfield Police Department in Springfield, MO, performs a routine traffic stop and finds narcotics in the car. In Lafayette, LA, a police officer pulls over a vehicle for speeding; the suspects take off running but are caught before admitting to having drugs in their possession. Back in Springfield, MO, an officer questions a nervous suspect and discovers drug paraphernalia.

Thu 27th April

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder. Sean Gillis callously took the lives of eight women in Louisiana in order to satisfy his sickening desire to manipulate their corpses. This egomaniac killer raped, murdered, and mutilated 8 women in the local Baton Rouge area from 1994 to 2004, often keeping body parts temporarily as trophies. He even dismembered bodies in the kitchen of the home he shared with his girlfriend without her knowing. When police finally linked him to three murders and brought him in for questioning Gillis confessed to killing a further five women.

Thu 27th April

Caught Red Handed

Dom Littlewood looks at clever new ways that the police and the public are catching crooks red-handed. A woman catches on camera a carer stealing money behind her back. And a few weeks later, the same thing again - with a completely different carer and chilling footage of the people who cheat death on train tracks and Network Rail's battle to stop them. This program looks at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police 'stings' designed to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see. And it's not just the police - ordinary people, too, are finding new ways of catching criminals such as the couple who lie in wait all night and trap a thief in their confectionery shop and the dad who hid in a wardrobe to catch a carer stealing from his disabled son.

Thu 27th April

Crimes That Shook Australia

Allison Baden-Clay was a beauty queen with a successful real estate husband. They lived in Queensland with their three young children. In 2012, Allison's body was discovered in a creek, ten days after being reported missing by her husband. In June 2014, Gerard Baden-Clay went on trial for her murder. He is alleged to have been having an affair and his business was struggling.

Thu 27th April

60 Days In

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

Thu 27th April

OJ: Trial of the Century

The People versus OJ Simpson was the first of its kind - trial as entertainment for the masses. This is the story of how the murder of two human beings became the first nationally televised soap opera, a story of tangled and salacious plot lines that would beget countless others. When it was over, two people were still dead, no one was punished, and deep fault lines of bigotry and bias had been exposed in white and black America. For some it was a judicial catastrophe. For others it was merely confirmation that you get the kind of justice you can afford. Using only contemporaneous footage, much of it never-before-seen, and told without interviews or narration, the show unfolds as a tight, compelling, you-are-there drama. This is the stranger than fiction narrative that captivated America and the world - and the ultimate allegory for tensions that continue to rend American society today.

Thu 27th April

Fear Thy Neighbor

This docudrama series that tells the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This program will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. After suffering a crush injury on the job, Tony Davis reinvents himself as a special needs teacher and moves his family to beautiful Canyon Country, California. His dreams of a new life run smack into his new neighbour, Paul Tracey. Paul has also suffered a career ending injury, but unlike Tony he turned dark and inward. Soon Tony and his family are dealing with everything from frivolous citations and ruined lawn parties to acid damaged cars and being openly filmed by Paul. Tony finally builds a fence to separate them and Paul counters with his own structure a strange L-shaped fence that obscures his front door. One night, after feuding for eight years, Tony goes to confront Paul about his surveillance cameras being interfered with. It's here that the endgame occurs, and Paul's fence serves its deadly purpose.

Thu 27th April

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder. Sean Gillis callously took the lives of eight women in Louisiana in order to satisfy his sickening desire to manipulate their corpses. This egomaniac killer raped, murdered, and mutilated 8 women in the local Baton Rouge area from 1994 to 2004, often keeping body parts temporarily as trophies. He even dismembered bodies in the kitchen of the home he shared with his girlfriend without her knowing. When police finally linked him to three murders and brought him in for questioning Gillis confessed to killing a further five women.

Thu 27th April

Noon

Crimes That Shook Australia

Allison Baden-Clay was a beauty queen with a successful real estate husband. They lived in Queensland with their three young children. In 2012, Allison's body was discovered in a creek, ten days after being reported missing by her husband. In June 2014, Gerard Baden-Clay went on trial for her murder. He is alleged to have been having an affair and his business was struggling.

Thu 27th April

OJ: Trial of the Century

The People versus OJ Simpson was the first of its kind - trial as entertainment for the masses. This is the story of how the murder of two human beings became the first nationally televised soap opera, a story of tangled and salacious plot lines that would beget countless others. When it was over, two people were still dead, no one was punished, and deep fault lines of bigotry and bias had been exposed in white and black America. For some it was a judicial catastrophe. For others it was merely confirmation that you get the kind of justice you can afford. Using only contemporaneous footage, much of it never-before-seen, and told without interviews or narration, the show unfolds as a tight, compelling, you-are-there drama. This is the stranger than fiction narrative that captivated America and the world - and the ultimate allegory for tensions that continue to rend American society today.

Thu 27th April

60 Days In

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

Thu 27th April

Cold Blood

When Rachel Kosub is discovered naked, brutally raped, and strangled to death on her office floor's reception area, everyone suspects her husband, Clifford. But in a neighbouring community, a serial rapist confesses to unrelated sexual assault charges with a similar M.O. to Rachel's assault. When he talks of an eerie, recurring dream that describes Rachel's crime scene perfectly detectives think they've found her killer. But the suspect quickly backtracks and refuses to cooperate. Carted off to prison for his other crimes, the case goes ice cold. But Rachel's daughter Kirsten never gives up hope. Twenty years after the murder, a cold case unit reignites the investigation. And using the latest techniques in DNA analysis, investigators finally solve the nightmarish murder mystery.

Thu 27th April

Fear Thy Neighbor

This docudrama series that tells the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home, only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year-by-year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This program will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. After a tough existence as hardscrabble farmers, Warren, Marcie and their three kids move into their new home on a Minnesota lake. It's everything they ever dreamed of, as it is for retiree tradesman Paul when he buys the place next door. All is well between the neighbours until Paul decides to investigate the property line and learns that Warren's stairs and dock are on his land. Or so he says - Warren hotly disputes Paul's claims and a tense standoff results. Paul accuses Warren of firing over his head, enlisting his children to torment him, and sabotaging his expensive survey. Warren accuses Paul of stealing what is rightfully his. Despite authorities' attempts to keep the peace, the situation explodes in the worst way possible, and too many pay the ultimate price.

Thu 27th April

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder. Women in Virginia were told to nail their windows shut in order to protect themselves from the 'Southside strangler' Timothy Spencer who climbed in through windows to kill his victims in their homes. Spencer raped and strangled at least five women during the mid-1980s in Virginia. With a string of petty crime convictions and a history of disruptive behaviour, Timothy Wilson Spencer went on to become one of the most prolific killers. Preying on young women in their homes, Spencer would climb in through windows to rape and repeatedly strangle his victims. With DNA forensics advancing, Spencer's previous convictions came back to haunt him, allowing police to link him to the murders of three women. His case would in fact make legal history as the first ever case in Virginia where a killer was convicted as a result of DNA 'fingerprinting' evidence. Another man was originally convicted for one murder and served five years before the 'Southside Strangler' was brought to justice.

Thu 27th April

Evening

Cops

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

Thu 27th April

Cops

A police officer in Des Moines, IA, performs a routine traffic stop on a vehicle registered to a person who doesn't have a valid driver's license. When the suspect fails to present ID, and then attempts to flee, officers tackle him and find marijuana in his possession. Then, officers of the Springfield Police Department in Springfield, MO, pull over a vehicle for running a stop sign. The driver admits to smoking marijuana, while a passenger is in possession of marijuana and mushrooms. Finally, a deputy of the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office in Florida responds to a knife robbery call from a cell phone store, where the victim is also a suspect.

Thu 27th April

Homicide Hunter

Police are shocked to find 13-year-old Daniel Carson killed in an explosion outside a waste management company. But their grief turns to alarm when they discover a second, unexploded bomb. To catch the killer, Det Joe Kenda must first ask who the bomb was meant for. And to pick up the trail, police must join forces with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms to examine the homemade explosive devices and delve deep into Colorado Springs's black market for military-grade dynamite.

Thu 27th April

A Death In St. Augustine

On the night she broke up with her police officer boyfriend, Michelle O'Connell was found dead from a gunshot in the mouth. Next to her was her boyfriend's semi-automatic service pistol. The sheriff's office ruled it suicide - but was it? This special examines the death of a young mother and allegations of a cover-up by the law enforcement agencies during the investigation.

Thu 27th April

Murder Made Me Famous

The partially clothed body of pretty, 18-year-old Jennifer Levin is discovered on the Upper East Side of Manhattan's Central Park. The chief suspect is handsome 19-year-old Robert Chambers, who claims Jennifer wanted rough sex and blames her for her own death. The sensational 1986 tabloid story of affluent teens from New York City's private prep schools becomes known as the 'preppie murder'. Even the jury doesn't believe Chambers is a cold-blooded killer.

Thu 27th April

Cold Blood

Terror grips Nashville when two employees at a popular seafood chain are found on the premises murdered execution style. As media broadcasts the story nationally, police hit the ground running to catch a psychopathic killer. A month later, just miles down the road, three employees at a McDonald's are robbed, brutally shot, and fourth employee is knifed within an inch of his life. He barely survives to give a description of the killer but the investigation still flounders. Three weeks later, he strikes again and this time two young female employees at a Baskin-Robbins are abducted then discovered dead - one floating in a lake, the other in the woods nearby, their throats slashed. With the body count rising, the pressure on Nashville PD to catch the fast food killer is enormous. When they do - and discover his bizarre motive - everyone is astounded.

Thu 27th April

Homicide Hunter

Police are shocked to find 13-year-old Daniel Carson killed in an explosion outside a waste management company. But their grief turns to alarm when they discover a second, unexploded bomb. To catch the killer, Det Joe Kenda must first ask who the bomb was meant for. And to pick up the trail, police must join forces with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms to examine the homemade explosive devices and delve deep into Colorado Springs's black market for military-grade dynamite.

Fri 28th April

Morning

A Death In St. Augustine

On the night she broke up with her police officer boyfriend, Michelle O'Connell was found dead from a gunshot in the mouth. Next to her was her boyfriend's semi-automatic service pistol. The sheriff's office ruled it suicide - but was it? This special examines the death of a young mother and allegations of a cover-up by the law enforcement agencies during the investigation.

Fri 28th April

Murder Made Me Famous

The partially clothed body of pretty, 18-year-old Jennifer Levin is discovered on the Upper East Side of Manhattan's Central Park. The chief suspect is handsome 19-year-old Robert Chambers, who claims Jennifer wanted rough sex and blames her for her own death. The sensational 1986 tabloid story of affluent teens from New York City's private prep schools becomes known as the 'preppie murder'. Even the jury doesn't believe Chambers is a cold-blooded killer.

Fri 28th April

Forensic Files

The Kathy Augustine Case. When a politician died mysteriously during a hard-fought re-election campaign, the medical examiner could neither isolate the cause of death, nor explain the tiny puncture wounds discovered during the autopsy. If the victim had been murdered, it would be up to investigators to determine if her political enemies were to blame, or if the killer was someone much closer to home.

Fri 28th April

Caught Red Handed

Dom Littlewood looks at clever new ways that the police and the public are catching crooks red-handed. On this episode, a vicious robber is caught on camera as he snatches a mobile phone and makes his getaway, but his escape does not go to plan. And a window fitter caught on camera, brazenly stealing from the very home he's supposed to be making secure. This program looks at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police 'stings' designed to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see. And it's not just the police - ordinary people, too, are finding new ways of catching criminals such as the couple who lie in wait all night and trap a thief in their confectionery shop and the dad who hid in a wardrobe to catch a carer stealing from his disabled son.

Fri 28th April

Cold Blood

Terror grips Nashville when two employees at a popular seafood chain are found on the premises murdered execution style. As media broadcasts the story nationally, police hit the ground running to catch a psychopathic killer. A month later, just miles down the road, three employees at a McDonald's are robbed, brutally shot, and fourth employee is knifed within an inch of his life. He barely survives to give a description of the killer but the investigation still flounders. Three weeks later, he strikes again and this time two young female employees at a Baskin-Robbins are abducted then discovered dead - one floating in a lake, the other in the woods nearby, their throats slashed. With the body count rising, the pressure on Nashville PD to catch the fast food killer is enormous. When they do - and discover his bizarre motive - everyone is astounded.

Fri 28th April

Facing Evil

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

Fri 28th April

Cops Uncut

A hilarious and often shocking take on real-life police chases, with candid dashboard camera footage of bungled arrests. This is the ultimate American police trooper blooper reel.

Fri 28th April

Cops

A police officer in Des Moines, IA, performs a routine traffic stop on a vehicle registered to a person who doesn't have a valid driver's license. When the suspect fails to present ID, and then attempts to flee, officers tackle him and find marijuana in his possession. Then, officers of the Springfield Police Department in Springfield, MO, pull over a vehicle for running a stop sign. The driver admits to smoking marijuana, while a passenger is in possession of marijuana and mushrooms. Finally, a deputy of the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office in Florida responds to a knife robbery call from a cell phone store, where the victim is also a suspect.

Fri 28th April

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder. Women in Virginia were told to nail their windows shut in order to protect themselves from the 'Southside strangler' Timothy Spencer who climbed in through windows to kill his victims in their homes. Spencer raped and strangled at least five women during the mid-1980s in Virginia. With a string of petty crime convictions and a history of disruptive behaviour, Timothy Wilson Spencer went on to become one of the most prolific killers. Preying on young women in their homes, Spencer would climb in through windows to rape and repeatedly strangle his victims. With DNA forensics advancing, Spencer's previous convictions came back to haunt him, allowing police to link him to the murders of three women. His case would in fact make legal history as the first ever case in Virginia where a killer was convicted as a result of DNA 'fingerprinting' evidence. Another man was originally convicted for one murder and served five years before the 'Southside Strangler' was brought to justice.

Fri 28th April

Caught Red Handed

Dom Littlewood looks at clever new ways that the police and the public are catching crooks red-handed. On this episode, a vicious robber is caught on camera as he snatches a mobile phone and makes his getaway, but his escape does not go to plan. And a window fitter caught on camera, brazenly stealing from the very home he's supposed to be making secure. This program looks at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police 'stings' designed to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see. And it's not just the police - ordinary people, too, are finding new ways of catching criminals such as the couple who lie in wait all night and trap a thief in their confectionery shop and the dad who hid in a wardrobe to catch a carer stealing from his disabled son.

Fri 28th April

Homicide Hunter

Police are shocked to find 13-year-old Daniel Carson killed in an explosion outside a waste management company. But their grief turns to alarm when they discover a second, unexploded bomb. To catch the killer, Det Joe Kenda must first ask who the bomb was meant for. And to pick up the trail, police must join forces with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms to examine the homemade explosive devices and delve deep into Colorado Springs's black market for military-grade dynamite.

Fri 28th April

Killer Kids

A beautiful, young woman falls victim to two high school classmates, who film what they believe is their murderous path towards immortality. When a Vegas teen tries to get his life in order by breaking away from a group of kids that are hell bent on being mobsters, he becomes the gang's first victim.

Fri 28th April

Murder Made Me Famous

The partially clothed body of pretty, 18-year-old Jennifer Levin is discovered on the Upper East Side of Manhattan's Central Park. The chief suspect is handsome 19-year-old Robert Chambers, who claims Jennifer wanted rough sex and blames her for her own death. The sensational 1986 tabloid story of affluent teens from New York City's private prep schools becomes known as the 'preppie murder'. Even the jury doesn't believe Chambers is a cold-blooded killer.

Fri 28th April

Fear Thy Neighbor

This docudrama series that tells the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home, only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year-by-year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This program will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. After a tough existence as hardscrabble farmers, Warren, Marcie and their three kids move into their new home on a Minnesota lake. It's everything they ever dreamed of, as it is for retiree tradesman Paul when he buys the place next door. All is well between the neighbours until Paul decides to investigate the property line and learns that Warren's stairs and dock are on his land. Or so he says - Warren hotly disputes Paul's claims and a tense standoff results. Paul accuses Warren of firing over his head, enlisting his children to torment him, and sabotaging his expensive survey. Warren accuses Paul of stealing what is rightfully his. Despite authorities' attempts to keep the peace, the situation explodes in the worst way possible, and too many pay the ultimate price.

Fri 28th April

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder. Women in Virginia were told to nail their windows shut in order to protect themselves from the 'Southside strangler' Timothy Spencer who climbed in through windows to kill his victims in their homes. Spencer raped and strangled at least five women during the mid-1980s in Virginia. With a string of petty crime convictions and a history of disruptive behaviour, Timothy Wilson Spencer went on to become one of the most prolific killers. Preying on young women in their homes, Spencer would climb in through windows to rape and repeatedly strangle his victims. With DNA forensics advancing, Spencer's previous convictions came back to haunt him, allowing police to link him to the murders of three women. His case would in fact make legal history as the first ever case in Virginia where a killer was convicted as a result of DNA 'fingerprinting' evidence. Another man was originally convicted for one murder and served five years before the 'Southside Strangler' was brought to justice.

Fri 28th April

Noon

Homicide Hunter

Police are shocked to find 13-year-old Daniel Carson killed in an explosion outside a waste management company. But their grief turns to alarm when they discover a second, unexploded bomb. To catch the killer, Det Joe Kenda must first ask who the bomb was meant for. And to pick up the trail, police must join forces with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms to examine the homemade explosive devices and delve deep into Colorado Springs's black market for military-grade dynamite.

Fri 28th April

A Death In St. Augustine

On the night she broke up with her police officer boyfriend, Michelle O'Connell was found dead from a gunshot in the mouth. Next to her was her boyfriend's semi-automatic service pistol. The sheriff's office ruled it suicide - but was it? This special examines the death of a young mother and allegations of a cover-up by the law enforcement agencies during the investigation.

Fri 28th April

Murder Made Me Famous

The partially clothed body of pretty, 18-year-old Jennifer Levin is discovered on the Upper East Side of Manhattan's Central Park. The chief suspect is handsome 19-year-old Robert Chambers, who claims Jennifer wanted rough sex and blames her for her own death. The sensational 1986 tabloid story of affluent teens from New York City's private prep schools becomes known as the 'preppie murder'. Even the jury doesn't believe Chambers is a cold-blooded killer.

Fri 28th April

Cold Blood

Terror grips Nashville when two employees at a popular seafood chain are found on the premises murdered execution style. As media broadcasts the story nationally, police hit the ground running to catch a psychopathic killer. A month later, just miles down the road, three employees at a McDonald's are robbed, brutally shot, and fourth employee is knifed within an inch of his life. He barely survives to give a description of the killer but the investigation still flounders. Three weeks later, he strikes again and this time two young female employees at a Baskin-Robbins are abducted then discovered dead - one floating in a lake, the other in the woods nearby, their throats slashed. With the body count rising, the pressure on Nashville PD to catch the fast food killer is enormous. When they do - and discover his bizarre motive - everyone is astounded.

Fri 28th April

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This show will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Darrell Oskins, his wife and two young children are barely able to afford their house in Elyria, Ohio. Lucky for them they have moved in beside the Hashmans, Paul and Kleta, who have one child with Down's Syndrome. The Hashmans are dream neighbours, always there with a new recipe, helping out when the Oskins are sick, and even giving money when times are tight. But as the years go by things deteriorate. Paul complains that the Oskin's kids have gotten rude as they've aged and believes they're ridiculing his daughter. He's especially angry at a big garage that Darrell builds, saying that it's ugly and blocks his view. When his beloved wife dies, he loses it and his rage against the neighbours escalates. Threats, brawls, and charges follow, leading to a bloody climax on the snow covered sidewalk in front of their homes.

Fri 28th April

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder. Childhood friends John Duffy and David Mulcahy shared many common interests but as they got older their interests took a darker turn resulting in brutal rapes and murders of women in the 1980s. John Duffy murdered multiple women in the 1980s in partnership with his childhood friend David Mulcahy. They worked by striking lone women at railway stations throughout London suburbs, referring to it as "going hunting". Duffy was convicted first and sentenced to life imprisonment. After ten years and another investigation, John Duffy started to confess, implicating David Mulcahy as his accomplice. Combined with advances in forensic science, this new evidence allowed authorities to arrest David Mulcahy.

Fri 28th April

Evening

Cops

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

Fri 28th April

Cops

Officers in Springfield, MO, attempt to pull over a driver they suspect might be under the influence; the driver leads officers on a dangerous high speed chase. When the car flips and catches on fire, officers must rescue the suspect and passenger from the burning wreckage. Finally, an officer of the Corpus Christi, TX, Police Department responds to a call regarding a fight between a father and son that results in violence.

Fri 28th April

#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, with an opportunity of a lifetime, a naive young woman ignores the warning signs when accepting a friend request.

Fri 28th April

Crimes That Shook Australia

Martin Bryant was convicted of murdering 35 people and injuring 21 others in the Port Arthur massacre. Bryant's rampage began at Seascape guest house near Port Arthur, where it is believed he killed the owners. He then drove to the historical tourist site, walked into the cafe and began shooting. His victims included women and children. His reign of terror didn't end there. After shooting indiscriminately with his semi-automatic rifle at locals and tourists, he went outside and shot at people in the car park and the nearby jetty, killing and injuring many. Bryant drove three hundred metres down the road, to where a woman and her two children were walking. He stopped and fired two shots killing the woman and the child she was carrying. The older child fled, but Bryant followed her and killed her with a single shot. A short distance down the road he stopped beside a couple in a car and, drawing his weapon, ordered the male occupant into the boot. After shutting the boot he fired two shots into the windscreen, killing the female driver. He then returned to the Seascape guest house, set the stolen car alight and took his hostage inside. The police soon arrived and tried to negotiate with Bryant for many hours before the battery in the phone he was using died, ending communication. Bryant's demand was to be transported in an army helicopter to an airport. Sometime during the negotiations, Bryant killed his hostage. Bryant was captured 18 hours later after he set fire to the guest house and suffered burns. His rampage ranks among the deadliest of the 20th century. He is currently serving 35 life sentences plus 1,035 years without parole in the psychiatric wing of Risdon prison in Hobart, Tasmania. As a result of the tragedy, gun laws within Australia were quickly changed by then Prime Minister, John Howard. Howard along with other people involved in the case discuss their involvement in this moving documentary.

Fri 28th April

Surviving Evil

Real-life stories of how victims of violence fought back against their attackers and against the odds, survived. Told in their own words, it's an empowering and inspiring look at true-crime stories where the victims turn the table on their assailant. The series is presented by Charisma Carpenter (Buffy The Vampire Slayer, The Expendables) who herself was the victim of a terrifying attack. In this episode, stay-at-home mum Daling Collier has an idyllic life, married to a handsome military man and raising two young boys in suburban Denver. But she's about to become the target of a disturbed predator disguised as the boy next door. From a distance, 18-year-old Donnie Russell seems nice enough. But behind his calculating facade is a twisted sociopath just waiting for an opportunity to pounce. Focused on her family, Daling has no idea she's being hunted. That is, until one morning when Donnie shows up with robbery, rape, and murder on his mind. Donnie unleashes his fury at gunpoint, and while he may have the advantage at first, Daling is determined to outsmart her demented attacker.

Fri 28th April

60 Days In

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

Fri 28th April

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

After a few months on the job, some rookies are finding their footing as officers while others are starting to fall behind. Lilly works control in an SNM pod that's been locked down after a recent murder. Chaz gets ready for an extraction, and new cadet Javier excels in the training academy. Fabian makes a major mistake that puts his job in jeopardy. Ariel begins to doubt her career choice, and stops showing up to work.

Sat 29th April

Morning

The Ghost Inside My Child

A young boy who remembers falling to his death on 9/11. A daughter haunted by recollections of dying in the Oklahoma City Bombing. A toddler terrified by nightmares of a gruesome end in World War II. These are just a few stories of parents struggling with the ghost inside their child. Anissa's mum thought it was cute when her daughter told her stories about living in a place called New York. But when she began to describe her "past past daddy" as a writer who smoked and drank a lot, her parents became concerned. Two year-old Lexi has been having horrible night terrors, and talks about people burning and a plane being on fire. Left feeling helpless, Lexi's grandmother began to do research and couldn't believe what she found.

Sat 29th April

60 Days In

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

Sat 29th April

Forensic Files

A naval officer threatened to go public with tales of on-the-job sexual harassment and assault, and a callous military hierarchy concerned only with covering-up the incidents. When the officer was brutally murdered, investigators found evidence her allegations may have been part of an elaborate scheme for financial gain. Hoping to separate fact from fiction, they turned to forensic science.

Sat 29th April

Caught Red Handed

Dom Littlewood looks at clever new ways that the police and the public are catching crooks red-handed. On this episode, a 'super-recogniser' - a police officer with special powers uses his remarkable memory to help catch two thieves in the act. And a dozy thief caught on camera stealing from a bar in the dead of night, falls asleep at the scene of the crime. This program looks at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police 'stings' designed to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see. And it's not just the police - ordinary people, too, are finding new ways of catching criminals such as the couple who lie in wait all night and trap a thief in their confectionery shop and the dad who hid in a wardrobe to catch a carer stealing from his disabled son.

Sat 29th April

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

After a few months on the job, some rookies are finding their footing as officers while others are starting to fall behind. Lilly works control in an SNM pod that's been locked down after a recent murder. Chaz gets ready for an extraction, and new cadet Javier excels in the training academy. Fabian makes a major mistake that puts his job in jeopardy. Ariel begins to doubt her career choice, and stops showing up to work.

Sat 29th April

Facing Evil

Brownsville, Texas, 2009. An unlikely pair become friends, 59-year-old art museum director Barry Horn and 19-year-old street urchin and drug dealer, Ivan Martinez. Within six months the friendship ends in a bloody mess. Barry is stabbed 69 times. Within weeks, Ivan Marinez admits to the killing saying Barry raped him and this was payback. Ivan pleads no contest to murder and is sentenced to life in prison. There, this sad story should end, except for one thing - Ivan now says he did not do it. Now, its time for him to tell Candice the truth.

Sat 29th April

Cops Uncut

A hilarious and often shocking take on real-life police chases, with candid dashboard camera footage of bungled arrests. This is the ultimate American police trooper blooper reel.

Sat 29th April

Cops

Officers in Springfield, MO, attempt to pull over a driver they suspect might be under the influence; the driver leads officers on a dangerous high speed chase. When the car flips and catches on fire, officers must rescue the suspect and passenger from the burning wreckage. Finally, an officer of the Corpus Christi, TX, Police Department responds to a call regarding a fight between a father and son that results in violence.

Sat 29th April

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder. Childhood friends John Duffy and David Mulcahy shared many common interests but as they got older their interests took a darker turn resulting in brutal rapes and murders of women in the 1980s. John Duffy murdered multiple women in the 1980s in partnership with his childhood friend David Mulcahy. They worked by striking lone women at railway stations throughout London suburbs, referring to it as "going hunting". Duffy was convicted first and sentenced to life imprisonment. After ten years and another investigation, John Duffy started to confess, implicating David Mulcahy as his accomplice. Combined with advances in forensic science, this new evidence allowed authorities to arrest David Mulcahy.

Sat 29th April

Caught Red Handed

Dom Littlewood looks at clever new ways that the police and the public are catching crooks red-handed. On this episode, a 'super-recogniser' - a police officer with special powers uses his remarkable memory to help catch two thieves in the act. And a dozy thief caught on camera stealing from a bar in the dead of night, falls asleep at the scene of the crime. This program looks at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police 'stings' designed to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see. And it's not just the police - ordinary people, too, are finding new ways of catching criminals such as the couple who lie in wait all night and trap a thief in their confectionery shop and the dad who hid in a wardrobe to catch a carer stealing from his disabled son.

Sat 29th April

Crimes That Shook Australia

Martin Bryant was convicted of murdering 35 people and injuring 21 others in the Port Arthur massacre. Bryant's rampage began at Seascape guest house near Port Arthur, where it is believed he killed the owners. He then drove to the historical tourist site, walked into the cafe and began shooting. His victims included women and children. His reign of terror didn't end there. After shooting indiscriminately with his semi-automatic rifle at locals and tourists, he went outside and shot at people in the car park and the nearby jetty, killing and injuring many. Bryant drove three hundred metres down the road, to where a woman and her two children were walking. He stopped and fired two shots killing the woman and the child she was carrying. The older child fled, but Bryant followed her and killed her with a single shot. A short distance down the road he stopped beside a couple in a car and, drawing his weapon, ordered the male occupant into the boot. After shutting the boot he fired two shots into the windscreen, killing the female driver. He then returned to the Seascape guest house, set the stolen car alight and took his hostage inside. The police soon arrived and tried to negotiate with Bryant for many hours before the battery in the phone he was using died, ending communication. Bryant's demand was to be transported in an army helicopter to an airport. Sometime during the negotiations, Bryant killed his hostage. Bryant was captured 18 hours later after he set fire to the guest house and suffered burns. His rampage ranks among the deadliest of the 20th century. He is currently serving 35 life sentences plus 1,035 years without parole in the psychiatric wing of Risdon prison in Hobart, Tasmania. As a result of the tragedy, gun laws within Australia were quickly changed by then Prime Minister, John Howard. Howard along with other people involved in the case discuss their involvement in this moving documentary.

Sat 29th April

#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, with an opportunity of a lifetime, a naive young woman ignores the warning signs when accepting a friend request.

Sat 29th April

Surviving Evil

Real-life stories of how victims of violence fought back against their attackers and against the odds, survived. Told in their own words, it's an empowering and inspiring look at true-crime stories where the victims turn the table on their assailant. The series is presented by Charisma Carpenter (Buffy The Vampire Slayer, The Expendables) who herself was the victim of a terrifying attack. In this episode, stay-at-home mum Daling Collier has an idyllic life, married to a handsome military man and raising two young boys in suburban Denver. But she's about to become the target of a disturbed predator disguised as the boy next door. From a distance, 18-year-old Donnie Russell seems nice enough. But behind his calculating facade is a twisted sociopath just waiting for an opportunity to pounce. Focused on her family, Daling has no idea she's being hunted. That is, until one morning when Donnie shows up with robbery, rape, and murder on his mind. Donnie unleashes his fury at gunpoint, and while he may have the advantage at first, Daling is determined to outsmart her demented attacker.

Sat 29th April

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This show will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Darrell Oskins, his wife and two young children are barely able to afford their house in Elyria, Ohio. Lucky for them they have moved in beside the Hashmans, Paul and Kleta, who have one child with Down's Syndrome. The Hashmans are dream neighbours, always there with a new recipe, helping out when the Oskins are sick, and even giving money when times are tight. But as the years go by things deteriorate. Paul complains that the Oskin's kids have gotten rude as they've aged and believes they're ridiculing his daughter. He's especially angry at a big garage that Darrell builds, saying that it's ugly and blocks his view. When his beloved wife dies, he loses it and his rage against the neighbours escalates. Threats, brawls, and charges follow, leading to a bloody climax on the snow covered sidewalk in front of their homes.

Sat 29th April

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder. Childhood friends John Duffy and David Mulcahy shared many common interests but as they got older their interests took a darker turn resulting in brutal rapes and murders of women in the 1980s. John Duffy murdered multiple women in the 1980s in partnership with his childhood friend David Mulcahy. They worked by striking lone women at railway stations throughout London suburbs, referring to it as "going hunting". Duffy was convicted first and sentenced to life imprisonment. After ten years and another investigation, John Duffy started to confess, implicating David Mulcahy as his accomplice. Combined with advances in forensic science, this new evidence allowed authorities to arrest David Mulcahy.

Sat 29th April

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, with an opportunity of a lifetime, a naive young woman ignores the warning signs when accepting a friend request.

Sat 29th April

Cold Case Files

After the murder of her aunt goes cold, a woman helps launch Citizens Against Homicide, an advocacy group that aims to raise awareness of unsolved cases.

Sat 29th April

Cold Case Files

Police reopen a rape-murder case 25 years after the crime and find enough DNA evidence on the suspect's cigarette butts to bring him to justice. Also, a confession by a "Baywatch" star helps police solve a woman's murder.

Sat 29th April

Cold Case Files

It takes nine years and the work of cutting-edge forensic toxicologists to solve the murder of a medical examiner's wife.

Sat 29th April

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

After a few months on the job, some rookies are finding their footing as officers while others are starting to fall behind. Lilly works control in an SNM pod that's been locked down after a recent murder. Chaz gets ready for an extraction, and new cadet Javier excels in the training academy. Fabian makes a major mistake that puts his job in jeopardy. Ariel begins to doubt her career choice, and stops showing up to work.

Sat 29th April

60 Days In

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

Sat 29th April

Evening

Married Behind Bars

Your wedding day is supposed to be the happiest day of your life, but certain traditions must be sacrificed when your other half is incarcerated. This extraordinary film invites us to share in their big day. Fighting through a minefield of prison regulations, choosing the right dress (no tight or revealing clothing), passing through an x-ray machine before walking down the aisle, and kissing for the first time as man and wife through protective glass. In California, Nancy is going against her family's wishes by marrying her fiance Anthony. In Texas, Ann is counting down to her inmate husband's release. It will be their first day together on the outside.

Sat 29th April

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, and ultimately to the bitter end. Some stories are scary, while others are simply bizarre. A businesswoman's world is rocked when she hires the former high school jock, a new boyfriend hides a wild obsession, and a single woman finally meets her match.

Sat 29th April

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. Arthur Burney believes it's true love when he ditches his longtime wife and their two children to run off with Patricia Meeks, the waitress from his favourite bar. Soon Arthur and Patricia are married with a daughter of their own and shock turns to resignation, and eventually acceptance, as the old and new families do their best to get along in their tiny community. But on the night of Arthur and Patricia's 16th wedding anniversary, tensions in this tangled web of love and lies are stretched to the limit... and someone finally snaps.

Sat 29th April

Women Who Love Killers

In prisons across America, men convicted of vicious killings and rapes are forming intimate relationships with free women. Initiated by sympathetic letters and fuelled by years of un-consummated visitations, many of these romances lead to marriage. These are five stories of women who fall in love with convicted killers - three of whom are on death row.

Sat 29th April

Broken Child

Every year in the US, nearly one in 25 children is reported to suffer abuse or neglect, and child protection agencies are overwhelmed by the crisis. Through case-study footage shot in Houston, Baltimore, Seattle and Atlanta, 'Broken Child' examines how the heartbreaking cycle of abused children who in turn become abusive adults.

Sun 30th April

Morning

Crime Files: The Homefront

When Brenda Andrew falls in love with a man from church, the secret lovers begin a plot to kill Brenda's husband for his life insurance policy. A beautiful young woman devours her husband in every way possible. After killing him and disposing of his body, it's rumoured the Egyptian beauty's appetite for murder goes one step farther.

Sun 30th April

The Ghost Inside My Child

A young boy who remembers falling to his death on 9/11. A daughter haunted by recollections of dying in the Oklahoma City Bombing. A toddler terrified by nightmares of a gruesome end in World War II. These are just a few stories of parents struggling with the ghost inside their child. From the time he was little, Seumas had an obsession with large ships, and extreme anxiety about his own death. After Seumas began to describe details of dying in a lifeboat, his parents started to do research in hopes of helping Seumas overcome his fears. Jacob constantly talked about his other family, and described a shadowy figure who bullied him at night. His mother was shocked when Jacob began to reveal gruesome details of being murdered by a baseball bat. Will these two families be able to help their sons by discovering who they were in a past life?

Sun 30th April

Women Who Love Killers

In prisons across America, men convicted of vicious killings and rapes are forming intimate relationships with free women. Initiated by sympathetic letters and fuelled by years of un-consummated visitations, many of these romances lead to marriage. These are five stories of women who fall in love with convicted killers - three of whom are on death row.

Sun 30th April

Married Behind Bars

Your wedding day is supposed to be the happiest day of your life, but certain traditions must be sacrificed when your other half is incarcerated. This extraordinary film invites us to share in their big day. Fighting through a minefield of prison regulations, choosing the right dress (no tight or revealing clothing), passing through an x-ray machine before walking down the aisle, and kissing for the first time as man and wife through protective glass. In California, Nancy is going against her family's wishes by marrying her fiance Anthony. In Texas, Ann is counting down to her inmate husband's release. It will be their first day together on the outside.

Sun 30th April

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, and ultimately to the bitter end. Some stories are scary, while others are simply bizarre. A businesswoman's world is rocked when she hires the former high school jock, a new boyfriend hides a wild obsession, and a single woman finally meets her match.

Sun 30th April

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. Arthur Burney believes it's true love when he ditches his longtime wife and their two children to run off with Patricia Meeks, the waitress from his favourite bar. Soon Arthur and Patricia are married with a daughter of their own and shock turns to resignation, and eventually acceptance, as the old and new families do their best to get along in their tiny community. But on the night of Arthur and Patricia's 16th wedding anniversary, tensions in this tangled web of love and lies are stretched to the limit... and someone finally snaps.

Sun 30th April

Deadly Women

Some women must always get their way. A seductress has men and women under her spell, a churchgoer finds a new form of faith, and a matriarch rules with an iron rod. These women want power at any price, because they demand total control. We investigate the notion that women are the kinder and gentler sex. Some women can be as cruel, greedy and destructive as any man. This series explores the psychological reasons that drive women to kill. Former FBI Profiler Candice DeLong researches the crimes and backgrounds of every murderer and gives telling insights into what triggers mums, daughters, even grandmothers to become deadly women. Through dramatic recreations of the key moments of the crimes and the investigations, backed by powerful interviews with experts and eyewitnesses. Get a comprehensive knowledge of every murder.

Sun 30th April

Forensic Files

Police discover a man shot dead in his home after they receive a call from his worried mother. The search for the killer would lead them on a two-year investigation spanning several states. Because many of the witnesses were admitted drug users, investigators would need hard physical evidence to prove their case; it came in the form of a rare gun and the victim's beloved dog.

Sun 30th April

Forensic Files

A young TV news producer is raped and murdered in her apartment. Police identify two suspects, but both are cleared of any wrong doing. The case stalls for more than a year, and then investigators turn to the Commonwealth of Virginia's DNA Databank which houses profiles of more than 8,000 convicted felons, and is the first of its kind in the nation. A comparison of the crime scene evidence with the Databank profiles results in Virginia's first cold hit in a homicide investigation, and reveals the identity of the killer.

Sun 30th April

Forensic Files

Police are dispatched to the scene of a shooting, and discover the victim's husband is one of their own: a homicide detective who says his wife accidentally shot herself in the head. The detective maintains he called 911 immediately, but the evidence seems to indicate otherwise. Investigators turn to a forensic scientist and a ballistics expert to learn what really happened, and who was responsible.

Sun 30th April

Forensic Files

For years, a woman suffered from what appeared to be the unpleasant side effects of lithium, a drug prescribed to treat bipolar disorder. Her search for help led her to numerous doctors and hospitals, and resulted in a 4000-page medical file. When she died, investigators had to determine if her death was due to natural causes, suicide, or murder.

Sun 30th April

Forensic Files

A woman is found dead in a ravine near a jogging path. Crucial crime scene evidence had been washed away by severe thunderstorms. Twice, the trail turned cold. Then, almost 20 years later, an old hat and a chip of stainless steel no longer than a fingernail brought the killer to justice.

Sun 30th April

Forensic Files

When an 11-year-old girl disappeared from a small town in a remote area of Alaska, investigators wondered if she'd been attacked by a bear or become lost in the dense woods. It turned out neither was true. Her body was discovered 10 days later; she'd been shot twice at close range, and sexually assaulted. A tip from an eyewitness led police to a suspect, and trace evidence found at the crime scene convinced a jury of his guilt.

Sun 30th April

Married Behind Bars

Your wedding day is supposed to be the happiest day of your life, but certain traditions must be sacrificed when your other half is incarcerated. This extraordinary film invites us to share in their big day. Fighting through a minefield of prison regulations, choosing the right dress (no tight or revealing clothing), passing through an x-ray machine before walking down the aisle, and kissing for the first time as man and wife through protective glass. In California, Nancy is going against her family's wishes by marrying her fiance Anthony. In Texas, Ann is counting down to her inmate husband's release. It will be their first day together on the outside.

Sun 30th April

Broken Child

Every year in the US, nearly one in 25 children is reported to suffer abuse or neglect, and child protection agencies are overwhelmed by the crisis. Through case-study footage shot in Houston, Baltimore, Seattle and Atlanta, 'Broken Child' examines how the heartbreaking cycle of abused children who in turn become abusive adults.

Sun 30th April

Women Who Love Killers

In prisons across America, men convicted of vicious killings and rapes are forming intimate relationships with free women. Initiated by sympathetic letters and fueled by years of unconsummated visitations, many of these romances lead to marriage. These are five stories of women who fall in love with convicted killers - three of whom are on death row.

Sun 30th April

Noon

Crime Files: The Homefront

When Brenda Andrew falls in love with a man from church, the secret lovers begin a plot to kill Brenda's husband for his life insurance policy. A beautiful young woman devours her husband in every way possible. After killing him and disposing of his body, it's rumoured the Egyptian beauty's appetite for murder goes one step farther.

Sun 30th April

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, and ultimately to the bitter end. Some stories are scary, while others are simply bizarre. A businesswoman's world is rocked when she hires the former high school jock, a new boyfriend hides a wild obsession, and a single woman finally meets her match.

Sun 30th April

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. Arthur Burney believes it's true love when he ditches his longtime wife and their two children to run off with Patricia Meeks, the waitress from his favourite bar. Soon Arthur and Patricia are married with a daughter of their own and shock turns to resignation, and eventually acceptance, as the old and new families do their best to get along in their tiny community. But on the night of Arthur and Patricia's 16th wedding anniversary, tensions in this tangled web of love and lies are stretched to the limit... and someone finally snaps.

Sun 30th April

Killer Cops

In the quiet university town of Columbia Missouri, a student lies murdered. His throat has been cut. Police commander Zim Schwartze calls in her campus patrolman Steven Rios to identify the body. Six weeks earlier he'd arrested him at a rowdy party - his name is Jesse Valencia. Forensic officers note odd bruising and collect some small hairs for analysis. Detectives aren't short of suspects, Jesse was a popular, openly gay student with an active sex life, but his friends are soon ruled out, although one former lover does provide vital information. A few weeks before the murder he and Jesse were joined in bed by a cop; campus patrolman Steven Rios. Investigators are skeptical, the young cop is married with a baby, but they find out after Rios arrested Jesse they began a passionate, and secret, affair. Media exposure drives Rios to threaten suicide, but he resolutely denies murder.

Sun 30th April

The First 48

In Miami, Detective Ervens Ford is called to a shooting in a Little Haiti cafe. Witnesses say it was a robbery gone bad. But just as Ford and his team close in on their suspects, the team gets assigned a second homicide investigation. The team has to race against the clock to solve both cases.

Sun 30th April

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 30th April

Evening

60 Days In

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

Sun 30th April

Homicide Hunter

A couple is out for an early morning jog in Monument Valley Park when they discover a trail of blood. The trail leads down a steep cliff face and up to the lifeless body of an unidentified young man. His face has been crushed beyond recognition by a blunt object. Lt. Joe Kenda is tasked with hunting down the killer, but to do so, he must piece together the young man's identity - and his ill-fated love life - using only his instincts and a small clue found in the victim's pants pocket.

Sun 30th April

Serial Killer Sunday

Professor David Wilson explores the behaviours of notorious killers including Patrick Mackay, who was convicted of the murders of eleven people in the 1970s.

Sun 30th April

Killer Cops

In the quiet university town of Columbia Missouri, a student lies murdered. His throat has been cut. Police commander Zim Schwartze calls in her campus patrolman Steven Rios to identify the body. Six weeks earlier he'd arrested him at a rowdy party - his name is Jesse Valencia. Forensic officers note odd bruising and collect some small hairs for analysis. Detectives aren't short of suspects, Jesse was a popular, openly gay student with an active sex life, but his friends are soon ruled out, although one former lover does provide vital information. A few weeks before the murder he and Jesse were joined in bed by a cop; campus patrolman Steven Rios. Investigators are skeptical, the young cop is married with a baby, but they find out after Rios arrested Jesse they began a passionate, and secret, affair. Media exposure drives Rios to threaten suicide, but he resolutely denies murder.

Sun 30th April

Bedlam

Explore the world of the mentally ill who live in the community. Fifty years ago you'd hardly ever see someone with a mental illness out and about - they were locked away in Victorian-style asylums. Today, in south London, almost 10 times more patients are cared for in their homes than in hospital. It's better known as care in the community but our perception of whether it works is often coloured by isolated stories in the media about schizophrenics who have killed. The reality is somewhat different. Cameras follow a community mental health team in the borough of Lewisham. Social worker Jim Thurkle and psychiatrist Dr Tom Werner are part of a 20-strong team that look after around 350 mental health patients. Ultimately, if they can keep them well and stable, these people stay out of psychiatric hospital and enjoy their freedom and independence. There are more than 1000 patients in the borough living with psychosis. It means they have a distorted view of reality - they hear voices, experience delusions or hallucinations.

Sun 30th April

The First 48

In Miami, Detective Ervens Ford is called to a shooting in a Little Haiti cafe. Witnesses say it was a robbery gone bad. But just as Ford and his team close in on their suspects, the team gets assigned a second homicide investigation. The team has to race against the clock to solve both cases.

Mon 1st May

Morning

Killer Cops

In the quiet university town of Columbia Missouri, a student lies murdered. His throat has been cut. Police commander Zim Schwartze calls in her campus patrolman Steven Rios to identify the body. Six weeks earlier he'd arrested him at a rowdy party - his name is Jesse Valencia. Forensic officers note odd bruising and collect some small hairs for analysis. Detectives aren't short of suspects, Jesse was a popular, openly gay student with an active sex life, but his friends are soon ruled out, although one former lover does provide vital information. A few weeks before the murder he and Jesse were joined in bed by a cop; campus patrolman Steven Rios. Investigators are skeptical, the young cop is married with a baby, but they find out after Rios arrested Jesse they began a passionate, and secret, affair. Media exposure drives Rios to threaten suicide, but he resolutely denies murder.

Mon 1st May

Bedlam

Explore the world of the mentally ill who live in the community. Fifty years ago you'd hardly ever see someone with a mental illness out and about - they were locked away in Victorian-style asylums. Today, in south London, almost 10 times more patients are cared for in their homes than in hospital. It's better known as care in the community but our perception of whether it works is often coloured by isolated stories in the media about schizophrenics who have killed. The reality is somewhat different. Cameras follow a community mental health team in the borough of Lewisham. Social worker Jim Thurkle and psychiatrist Dr Tom Werner are part of a 20-strong team that look after around 350 mental health patients. Ultimately, if they can keep them well and stable, these people stay out of psychiatric hospital and enjoy their freedom and independence. There are more than 1000 patients in the borough living with psychosis. It means they have a distorted view of reality - they hear voices, experience delusions or hallucinations.

Mon 1st May

60 Days In

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

Mon 1st May

Serial Killer Sunday

Professor David Wilson explores the behaviours of notorious killers including Patrick Mackay, who was convicted of the murders of eleven people in the 1970s.

Mon 1st May

A Town & Country Murder

The tranquillity of a small Kent village was shattered one evening in October 2012 when a group of friends found a woman with horrendous stab wounds, dying on the roadside. A couple of hours later a young man walked into a nearby police station with blood on his hands, claiming self-defence. As the police tried to establish if the incidents were related, police received a call from mother-of-two, Adele Jarvis, who had woken up to find that her daughter, Natalie, hadn't come home. With a suspect in custody, the police had to fight to prove that the death of 24-year-old Natalie Jarvis was anything but an accident.

Mon 1st May

Killer Cops

In the quiet university town of Columbia Missouri, a student lies murdered. His throat has been cut. Police commander Zim Schwartze calls in her campus patrolman Steven Rios to identify the body. Six weeks earlier he'd arrested him at a rowdy party - his name is Jesse Valencia. Forensic officers note odd bruising and collect some small hairs for analysis. Detectives aren't short of suspects, Jesse was a popular, openly gay student with an active sex life, but his friends are soon ruled out, although one former lover does provide vital information. A few weeks before the murder he and Jesse were joined in bed by a cop; campus patrolman Steven Rios. Investigators are skeptical, the young cop is married with a baby, but they find out after Rios arrested Jesse they began a passionate, and secret, affair. Media exposure drives Rios to threaten suicide, but he resolutely denies murder.

Mon 1st May

Bedlam

Explore the world of the mentally ill who live in the community. Fifty years ago you'd hardly ever see someone with a mental illness out and about - they were locked away in Victorian-style asylums. Today, in south London, almost 10 times more patients are cared for in their homes than in hospital. It's better known as care in the community but our perception of whether it works is often coloured by isolated stories in the media about schizophrenics who have killed. The reality is somewhat different. Cameras follow a community mental health team in the borough of Lewisham. Social worker Jim Thurkle and psychiatrist Dr Tom Werner are part of a 20-strong team that look after around 350 mental health patients. Ultimately, if they can keep them well and stable, these people stay out of psychiatric hospital and enjoy their freedom and independence. There are more than 1000 patients in the borough living with psychosis. It means they have a distorted view of reality - they hear voices, experience delusions or hallucinations.

Mon 1st May

Homicide Hunter

A couple is out for an early morning jog in Monument Valley Park when they discover a trail of blood. The trail leads down a steep cliff face and up to the lifeless body of an unidentified young man. His face has been crushed beyond recognition by a blunt object. Lt. Joe Kenda is tasked with hunting down the killer, but to do so, he must piece together the young man's identity - and his ill-fated love life - using only his instincts and a small clue found in the victim's pants pocket.

Mon 1st May

Serial Killer Sunday

Professor David Wilson explores the behaviours of notorious killers including Patrick Mackay, who was convicted of the murders of eleven people in the 1970s.

Mon 1st May

A Town & Country Murder

The tranquillity of a small Kent village was shattered one evening in October 2012 when a group of friends found a woman with horrendous stab wounds, dying on the roadside. A couple of hours later a young man walked into a nearby police station with blood on his hands, claiming self-defence. As the police tried to establish if the incidents were related, police received a call from mother-of-two, Adele Jarvis, who had woken up to find that her daughter, Natalie, hadn't come home. With a suspect in custody, the police had to fight to prove that the death of 24-year-old Natalie Jarvis was anything but an accident.

Mon 1st May

Crime Files: The Homefront

When Stacey Castor is suspected of murdering her husband, David Castor, with anti-freeze, she will stop at nothing to cover her tracks, even if it means poisoning and framing her own daughter for the murder.

Mon 1st May

The First 48

In Miami, Detective Ervens Ford is called to a shooting in a Little Haiti cafe. Witnesses say it was a robbery gone bad. But just as Ford and his team close in on their suspects, the team gets assigned a second homicide investigation. The team has to race against the clock to solve both cases.

Mon 1st May

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 Michigan town is in disbelief after a well-respected real estate entrepreneur becomes the prime suspect in his wife's murder. The investigation into the homicide uncovers a sordid tale of double lives, sadomasochism and a callous murder-for-hire scheme involving a mentally handicapped handyman.

Mon 1st May

Homicide Hunter

A couple is out for an early morning jog in Monument Valley Park when they discover a trail of blood. The trail leads down a steep cliff face and up to the lifeless body of an unidentified young man. His face has been crushed beyond recognition by a blunt object. Lt. Joe Kenda is tasked with hunting down the killer, but to do so, he must piece together the young man's identity - and his ill-fated love life - using only his instincts and a small clue found in the victim's pants pocket.

Mon 1st May

Serial Killer Sunday

Professor David Wilson explores the behaviours of notorious killers including Patrick Mackay, who was convicted of the murders of eleven people in the 1970s.

Mon 1st May

A Town & Country Murder

The tranquillity of a small Kent village was shattered one evening in October 2012 when a group of friends found a woman with horrendous stab wounds, dying on the roadside. A couple of hours later a young man walked into a nearby police station with blood on his hands, claiming self-defence. As the police tried to establish if the incidents were related, police received a call from mother-of-two, Adele Jarvis, who had woken up to find that her daughter, Natalie, hadn't come home. With a suspect in custody, the police had to fight to prove that the death of 24-year-old Natalie Jarvis was anything but an accident.

Mon 1st May

Bedlam

Explore the world of the mentally ill who live in the community. Fifty years ago you'd hardly ever see someone with a mental illness out and about - they were locked away in Victorian-style asylums. Today, in south London, almost 10 times more patients are cared for in their homes than in hospital. It's better known as care in the community but our perception of whether it works is often coloured by isolated stories in the media about schizophrenics who have killed. The reality is somewhat different. Cameras follow a community mental health team in the borough of Lewisham. Social worker Jim Thurkle and psychiatrist Dr Tom Werner are part of a 20-strong team that look after around 350 mental health patients. Ultimately, if they can keep them well and stable, these people stay out of psychiatric hospital and enjoy their freedom and independence. There are more than 1000 patients in the borough living with psychosis. It means they have a distorted view of reality - they hear voices, experience delusions or hallucinations.

Mon 1st May

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This show will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Pye Carr and his kids welcome Pye's new wife, Peggy, and her three children into his Alturas, Florida home. For years Pye has lived beside the Trepals, George and Diana, and though the Trepals are private people, the neighbours always gotten along. Months after moving in, Peggy becomes deathly ill. Her son and Pye's boy soon follow suit. It's learned they have ingested thallium, a rare and deadly poison, and it soon becomes clear that they were deliberately targeted. Suspicion falls on Pye, whom Peggy recently caught in an affair. But authorities later turn their attention to George Trepal, a former chemist with access to poison and a dark side to his nature. It takes an undercover investigation to learn the horrible truth behind the crime, and bring a killer to justice.

Mon 1st May

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder. Cousins Waterfield and Gore hunted women in Vero Beach, Florida. Their perverse and violent acts resulted in the sexual abuse and murder of 6 young women before Gore was caught. David Alan Gore and Fred Waterfield, criminal cousins in Florida, took to hunting down women during the early 1980s for their violent sexual pleasure. Gore served as an auxiliary sheriff's deputy, which made their "hobby" much easier to pull off. In partnership together they committed a string of rapes and slayings that shook the quiet Florida town of Vero Beach, the bodies often dumped in the nearby swamps. A drug abuser and drunk, Gore was executed in 2012, after 28 years of failed appeals. Waterfield remains in prison serving a life sentence.

Mon 1st May

Evening

Cops

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

Mon 1st May

Cops

The Spokane County, WA, Sheriff's office gets into a high-speed car chase with a suspect charged with possession of a stolen vehicle and assault on a police officer. Then, in Hillsborough County, FL, a Sheriff responds to a domestic abuse-in-progress call and discovers that a 'sugar daddy' has assaulted his girlfriend with a BB gun. Finally, the Corpus Christi, TX, Police Department pulls over a vehicle for weaving, and witnesses the intoxicated driver attempting to pour a brown liquid out of the window.

Mon 1st May

Deadly Women

We want to believe that all women would give their lives to protect their children. But there are horrifying cases when a mother will turn against her natural instinct and kill her own flesh and blood. What would drive a woman to murder her own children? These crimes shocked society; their stories will stun you.

Mon 1st May

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, a one-night stand turns into a romance from hell after a woman learns of her lover's dark and deadly desires.

Mon 1st May

After the First 48

For those most affected by a homicide, the first 48 hours is just the beginning. After The First 48 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, After The First 48 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 Las Vegas, a professional dancer disappears without a trace. Her boyfriend, the last person to see her alive, provides no leads. Finally, after weeks of dead ends, a tip blows the case wide open. At trial, the prosecution has an eyewitness and plenty of evidence on their side. But when the defendant takes the stand, will his dramatic testimony win over the jury?

Mon 1st May

Cold Blood

Palo Alto's elite community sympathise with wealthy property developer Ken Fitzhugh when his devoted wife of more than 30 years, Kristine, accidentally falls to her death down the basement stairs. But police are suspicious from the get go: there is simply too much blood at the scene. A forensic hose-down quickly proves that Kristine was brutally murdered. When they find a pair of bloody running shoes in his car, Ken becomes a prime suspect. Ken lawyers up and makes the claim that a violent intruder must have fatally attacked his wife. Against the backdrop of intense media attention, police struggle to establish Ken's motive. Until an odd character from the couple's past comes out of the woodwork, claiming that nothing in the Fitzhugh family is what it seems. For 20 years Ken's wife has been harbouring a dark secret, a secret that was about to blow the family's supposed picture perfect life apart.

Mon 1st May

Deadly Women

We want to believe that all women would give their lives to protect their children. But there are horrifying cases when a mother will turn against her natural instinct and kill her own flesh and blood. What would drive a woman to murder her own children? These crimes shocked society; their stories will stun you.

Tue 2nd May

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, a one-night stand turns into a romance from hell after a woman learns of her lover's dark and deadly desires.

Tue 2nd May

After the First 48

For those most affected by a homicide, the first 48 hours is just the beginning. After The First 48 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, After The First 48 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 Las Vegas, a professional dancer disappears without a trace. Her boyfriend, the last person to see her alive, provides no leads. Finally, after weeks of dead ends, a tip blows the case wide open. At trial, the prosecution has an eyewitness and plenty of evidence on their side. But when the defendant takes the stand, will his dramatic testimony win over the jury?

Tue 2nd May

Forensic Files

The crime scene was awash with blood. Analysis showed it had come from two people, one of whom was female. The male DNA was the victim's, which meant the killer was a woman. Leads dried up and the case went cold until a suspect arrested for drug possession offered police a deal, and told a bizarre tale of an exotic dancer who listened to the voices in her head.

Tue 2nd May

Caught Red Handed

Dom Littlewood looks at clever new ways that the police and the public are catching crooks red handed. In this episode there is a terrifying knife-point robbery caught on camera and the police operation to catch the perpetrator. Also police target a prolific thief who preys on passengers at airports. This program looks at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police 'stings' designed to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see. And it's not just the police - ordinary people, too, are finding new ways of catching criminals such as the couple who lie in wait all night and trap a thief in their confectionery shop and the dad who hid in a wardrobe to catch a carer stealing from his disabled son.

Tue 2nd May

Cold Blood

Palo Alto's elite community sympathise with wealthy property developer Ken Fitzhugh when his devoted wife of more than 30 years, Kristine, accidentally falls to her death down the basement stairs. But police are suspicious from the get go: there is simply too much blood at the scene. A forensic hose-down quickly proves that Kristine was brutally murdered. When they find a pair of bloody running shoes in his car, Ken becomes a prime suspect. Ken lawyers up and makes the claim that a violent intruder must have fatally attacked his wife. Against the backdrop of intense media attention, police struggle to establish Ken's motive. Until an odd character from the couple's past comes out of the woodwork, claiming that nothing in the Fitzhugh family is what it seems. For 20 years Ken's wife has been harbouring a dark secret, a secret that was about to blow the family's supposed picture perfect life apart.

Tue 2nd May

Facing Evil

A twisted tale of good times, strip clubs, drug deals, and judicial corruption. Charles Dean Hood is convicted of the 1989 murders of his housemates, 46-year-old Ron Williamson and 26-year-old dancer Tracie Wallace. He says he's innocent, that Ron and Tracie ran afoul of drug dealers, but Charles is the one found driving the victim's car and cashing forged checks. Sentenced to death, Charles spends 24 years on Death Row pleading his innocence, and escapes the executioner an astonishing six times. But in 2013 amidst rumours of judicial corruption, Charles changes his plea to guilty in a re-sentencing trial that saved his life. Did the justice system fail an innocent man, or did a guilty man beat the system?

Tue 2nd May

Cops Uncut

A hilarious and often shocking take on real-life police chases, with candid dashboard camera footage of bungled arrests. This is the ultimate American police trooper blooper reel.

Tue 2nd May

Cops

The Spokane County, WA, Sheriff's office gets into a high-speed car chase with a suspect charged with possession of a stolen vehicle and assault on a police officer. Then, in Hillsborough County, FL, a Sheriff responds to a domestic abuse-in-progress call and discovers that a 'sugar daddy' has assaulted his girlfriend with a BB gun. Finally, the Corpus Christi, TX, Police Department pulls over a vehicle for weaving, and witnesses the intoxicated driver attempting to pour a brown liquid out of the window.

Tue 2nd May

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder. Cousins Waterfield and Gore hunted women in Vero Beach, Florida. Their perverse and violent acts resulted in the sexual abuse and murder of 6 young women before Gore was caught. David Alan Gore and Fred Waterfield, criminal cousins in Florida, took to hunting down women during the early 1980s for their violent sexual pleasure. Gore served as an auxiliary sheriff's deputy, which made their "hobby" much easier to pull off. In partnership together they committed a string of rapes and slayings that shook the quiet Florida town of Vero Beach, the bodies often dumped in the nearby swamps. A drug abuser and drunk, Gore was executed in 2012, after 28 years of failed appeals. Waterfield remains in prison serving a life sentence.

Tue 2nd May

Caught Red Handed

Dom Littlewood looks at clever new ways that the police and the public are catching crooks red handed. In this episode there is a terrifying knife-point robbery caught on camera and the police operation to catch the perpetrator. Also police target a prolific thief who preys on passengers at airports. This program looks at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police 'stings' designed to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see. And it's not just the police - ordinary people, too, are finding new ways of catching criminals such as the couple who lie in wait all night and trap a thief in their confectionery shop and the dad who hid in a wardrobe to catch a carer stealing from his disabled son.

Tue 2nd May

Deadly Women

We want to believe that all women would give their lives to protect their children. But there are horrifying cases when a mother will turn against her natural instinct and kill her own flesh and blood. What would drive a woman to murder her own children? These crimes shocked society; their stories will stun you.

Tue 2nd May

Snapped

After an unstable upbringing, Sabrina was placed with a seemingly perfect foster family. However, the brutal murder of her foster mother raised questions about Sabrina's relationship with her foster father.

Tue 2nd May

After the First 48

For those most affected by a homicide, the first 48 hours is just the beginning. After The First 48 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, After The First 48 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 Las Vegas, a professional dancer disappears without a trace. Her boyfriend, the last person to see her alive, provides no leads. Finally, after weeks of dead ends, a tip blows the case wide open. At trial, the prosecution has an eyewitness and plenty of evidence on their side. But when the defendant takes the stand, will his dramatic testimony win over the jury?

Tue 2nd May

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This show will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Pye Carr and his kids welcome Pye's new wife, Peggy, and her three children into his Alturas, Florida home. For years Pye has lived beside the Trepals, George and Diana, and though the Trepals are private people, the neighbours always gotten along. Months after moving in, Peggy becomes deathly ill. Her son and Pye's boy soon follow suit. It's learned they have ingested thallium, a rare and deadly poison, and it soon becomes clear that they were deliberately targeted. Suspicion falls on Pye, whom Peggy recently caught in an affair. But authorities later turn their attention to George Trepal, a former chemist with access to poison and a dark side to his nature. It takes an undercover investigation to learn the horrible truth behind the crime, and bring a killer to justice.

Tue 2nd May

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder. Cousins Waterfield and Gore hunted women in Vero Beach, Florida. Their perverse and violent acts resulted in the sexual abuse and murder of 6 young women before Gore was caught. David Alan Gore and Fred Waterfield, criminal cousins in Florida, took to hunting down women during the early 1980s for their violent sexual pleasure. Gore served as an auxiliary sheriff's deputy, which made their "hobby" much easier to pull off. In partnership together they committed a string of rapes and slayings that shook the quiet Florida town of Vero Beach, the bodies often dumped in the nearby swamps. A drug abuser and drunk, Gore was executed in 2012, after 28 years of failed appeals. Waterfield remains in prison serving a life sentence.

Tue 2nd May

Noon

Deadly Women

We want to believe that all women would give their lives to protect their children. But there are horrifying cases when a mother will turn against her natural instinct and kill her own flesh and blood. What would drive a woman to murder her own children? These crimes shocked society; their stories will stun you.

Tue 2nd May

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, a one-night stand turns into a romance from hell after a woman learns of her lover's dark and deadly desires.

Tue 2nd May

After the First 48

For those most affected by a homicide, the first 48 hours is just the beginning. After The First 48 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, After The First 48 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 Las Vegas, a professional dancer disappears without a trace. Her boyfriend, the last person to see her alive, provides no leads. Finally, after weeks of dead ends, a tip blows the case wide open. At trial, the prosecution has an eyewitness and plenty of evidence on their side. But when the defendant takes the stand, will his dramatic testimony win over the jury?

Tue 2nd May

Cold Blood

Palo Alto's elite community sympathise with wealthy property developer Ken Fitzhugh when his devoted wife of more than 30 years, Kristine, accidentally falls to her death down the basement stairs. But police are suspicious from the get go: there is simply too much blood at the scene. A forensic hose-down quickly proves that Kristine was brutally murdered. When they find a pair of bloody running shoes in his car, Ken becomes a prime suspect. Ken lawyers up and makes the claim that a violent intruder must have fatally attacked his wife. Against the backdrop of intense media attention, police struggle to establish Ken's motive. Until an odd character from the couple's past comes out of the woodwork, claiming that nothing in the Fitzhugh family is what it seems. For 20 years Ken's wife has been harbouring a dark secret, a secret that was about to blow the family's supposed picture perfect life apart.

Tue 2nd May

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This show will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Kate and Mike find their little piece of paradise in a beach town down the coast from San Francisco. They quickly strike up a friendship with their new neighbours, Donna and Bob. Kate and Donna get along particularly well, with Kate impressed by what an energetic dynamo Donna is. However, things soon deteriorate. Kate and Mike listen to Donna and Bob fight. Donna smashes glass on the driveway and poisons Kate's garden. She starts accusing Kate of trying to steal her husband and her general behaviour grows increasingly bizarre. Eventually, Donna's history of mental illness and drug abuse surfaces, along with her menacing behaviour. Intervention comes, but too late, as Donna's rage is now permanently fixed on her neighbour, and their relationship is destined for an explosive finale.

Tue 2nd May

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder. California state parks became scenes of violence in 1979 and 1980 as convicted rapist David Carpenter took his crimes to a new and diabolic level, by brutally killing his victims. David Carpenter had a severe stutterer, insatiable sex drive and a fondness for violence. With previous convictions for attempted rape, rape and aggravated assault Carpenter had spent 17 years of his life behind bars. Upon his release in an attempt to avoid further time in prison he decided would have to stop his victims from talking, and he turned to murder. Carpenter would commit these abhorrent crimes amongst the beautiful scenery of the state parks near his home in San Francisco. He was eventually arrested, found guilty of murder and given the death penalty. He remains on San Quentin's death row.

Tue 2nd May

Evening

Cops

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

Tue 2nd May

Cops

Officers with the Des Moines, IA, Police Department arrest two uncooperative and intoxicated men who were seen vandalising a fence. Then, the Metropolitan Police Department in Savannah, GA, sets up an undercover operation at a local hotel in order to catch a suspect during a drug deal. Finally, the Springfield, MO, Police Department arrests a man lying naked in the street who claims that he wanted to get arrested.

Tue 2nd May

Born to Kill?

During the early 1990's 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.

Tue 2nd May

Killer Cops

A dedicated officer with a beautiful family, Texas cop Bob Fratta appears to have it all. But when his wife files for divorce, Fratta knows the world will learn of his secret, a humiliation Bob will go to any lengths to prevent.

Tue 2nd May

Vanity Fair Confidential

In April 2007, Jana Van Voorhis is found dead in her Arizona home. Even though the Medical Examiner rules her death as natural, a local detective is convinced her body was staged. A year later, another body is found two thousand miles away in Georgia. It appears to be staged as well. When detectives in the two states compare notes, they set out to prove that the cases are connected and uncover a national underground organisation that works hard to keep its activities secret. Members are given specific instructions on how to arrange what they call "death events" without being detected. As police struggle to confirm their hunch, they fear more will die. What will it take to uncover the truth? And how are these cases related to a man once dubbed 'Dr. Death'?

Tue 2nd May

Homicide Hunter

Five people, including two young sisters, are shot in a cold-blooded robbery at a Colorado Springs bar and nearby convenience store. Much of the evidence is destroyed in a fire set by the suspect. But a newly installed surveillance camera captures a fuzzy snapshot of the killer. Lt. Joe Kenda leads an exhaustive manhunt hoping to find a name to match the face in the photo. His search ends in a chilling confrontation with an Eagle Scout turned killer.

Tue 2nd May

Once Upon a Time in Cabramatta

As a new millennium beckons, the streets of Cabramatta remain in the dark ages, infested by drugs and crime but slowly the Vietnamese community, so quiet for so long, find their voice.

Wed 3rd May

Morning

Killer Cops

A dedicated officer with a beautiful family, Texas cop Bob Fratta appears to have it all. But when his wife files for divorce, Fratta knows the world will learn of his secret, a humiliation Bob will go to any lengths to prevent.

Wed 3rd May

Vanity Fair Confidential

In April 2007, Jana Van Voorhis is found dead in her Arizona home. Even though the Medical Examiner rules her death as natural, a local detective is convinced her body was staged. A year later, another body is found two thousand miles away in Georgia. It appears to be staged as well. When detectives in the two states compare notes, they set out to prove that the cases are connected and uncover a national underground organisation that works hard to keep its activities secret. Members are given specific instructions on how to arrange what they call "death events" without being detected. As police struggle to confirm their hunch, they fear more will die. What will it take to uncover the truth? And how are these cases related to a man once dubbed 'Dr. Death'?

Wed 3rd May

Forensic Files

When the body of a beautiful young woman was found beneath a bridge, investigators wondered if she'd committed suicide. Evidence at the scene proved not only that she'd been carried to the bridge and thrown over the side, but also that she was alive when she fell. Police had to determine who the victim was... and who wanted her dead.

Wed 3rd May

Caught Red Handed

We look at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police "stings" designed to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see.

Wed 3rd May

The Paedophile Hunter

"The Paedophile Hunter" follows controversial online vigilante Stinson Hunter and his associates, who pose as underage children online to draw out men who they assert have paedophilic predilections. The unsuspecting men arrive only to be confronted by Hunter.

Wed 3rd May

Facing Evil

In the blink of a traffic light, paradise is lost in Boca Raton, Florida. Two bullets strafe the idling car of multimillionaire John Grossman and his wife Heather. John is wounded in the chin, but Heather is hit in the neck, her spinal cord severed. Incredibly, she survives. Who wanted this power couple assassinated in broad daylight? Almost everyone says wealthy businessman and Heather's ex-husband, Ron Samuels. Jealousy, money, glamour and high-flying reputations are all tangled in this sensational case. A beautiful woman and mother of three is left a quadriplegic as two multi-millionaires accuse each other of attempted murder. In the end, it's Ron Samuels who's locked up for life. Did the jury get it right or is Ron the innocent victim of injustice?

Wed 3rd May

Cops Uncut

A hilarious and often shocking take on real-life police chases, with candid dashboard camera footage of bungled arrests. This is the ultimate American police trooper blooper reel.

Wed 3rd May

Cops

Officers with the Des Moines, IA, Police Department arrest two uncooperative and intoxicated men who were seen vandalising a fence. Then, the Metropolitan Police Department in Savannah, GA, sets up an undercover operation at a local hotel in order to catch a suspect during a drug deal. Finally, the Springfield, MO, Police Department arrests a man lying naked in the street who claims that he wanted to get arrested.

Wed 3rd May

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder. California state parks became scenes of violence in 1979 and 1980 as convicted rapist David Carpenter took his crimes to a new and diabolic level, by brutally killing his victims. David Carpenter had a severe stutterer, insatiable sex drive and a fondness for violence. With previous convictions for attempted rape, rape and aggravated assault Carpenter had spent 17 years of his life behind bars. Upon his release in an attempt to avoid further time in prison he decided would have to stop his victims from talking, and he turned to murder. Carpenter would commit these abhorrent crimes amongst the beautiful scenery of the state parks near his home in San Francisco. He was eventually arrested, found guilty of murder and given the death penalty. He remains on San Quentin's death row.

Wed 3rd May

Caught Red Handed

We look at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police "stings" designed to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see.

Wed 3rd May

Born to Kill?

During the early 1990's 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.

Wed 3rd May

Killer Cops

A dedicated officer with a beautiful family, Texas cop Bob Fratta appears to have it all. But when his wife files for divorce, Fratta knows the world will learn of his secret, a humiliation Bob will go to any lengths to prevent.

Wed 3rd May

Vanity Fair Confidential

In April 2007, Jana Van Voorhis is found dead in her Arizona home. Even though the Medical Examiner rules her death as natural, a local detective is convinced her body was staged. A year later, another body is found two thousand miles away in Georgia. It appears to be staged as well. When detectives in the two states compare notes, they set out to prove that the cases are connected and uncover a national underground organisation that works hard to keep its activities secret. Members are given specific instructions on how to arrange what they call "death events" without being detected. As police struggle to confirm their hunch, they fear more will die. What will it take to uncover the truth? And how are these cases related to a man once dubbed 'Dr. Death'?

Wed 3rd May

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This show will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Kate and Mike find their little piece of paradise in a beach town down the coast from San Francisco. They quickly strike up a friendship with their new neighbours, Donna and Bob. Kate and Donna get along particularly well, with Kate impressed by what an energetic dynamo Donna is. However, things soon deteriorate. Kate and Mike listen to Donna and Bob fight. Donna smashes glass on the driveway and poisons Kate's garden. She starts accusing Kate of trying to steal her husband and her general behaviour grows increasingly bizarre. Eventually, Donna's history of mental illness and drug abuse surfaces, along with her menacing behaviour. Intervention comes, but too late, as Donna's rage is now permanently fixed on her neighbour, and their relationship is destined for an explosive finale.

Wed 3rd May

Born to Kill?

Take an in-depth look at some of the world's most shocking killers through the first-hand accounts of the people who encountered them and their heinous crimes. Detectives, childhood friends, family members, victim's families, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology delve into their stories in an effort to discover the motive for their crimes and the key events that shaped their thinking. Were these monsters created by their life circumstances? Or were they always destined for murder. California state parks became scenes of violence in 1979 and 1980 as convicted rapist David Carpenter took his crimes to a new and diabolic level, by brutally killing his victims. David Carpenter had a severe stutterer, insatiable sex drive and a fondness for violence. With previous convictions for attempted rape, rape and aggravated assault Carpenter had spent 17 years of his life behind bars. Upon his release in an attempt to avoid further time in prison he decided would have to stop his victims from talking, and he turned to murder. Carpenter would commit these abhorrent crimes amongst the beautiful scenery of the state parks near his home in San Francisco. He was eventually arrested, found guilty of murder and given the death penalty. He remains on San Quentin's death row.

Wed 3rd May

Noon

Born to Kill?

During the early 1990's 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.

Wed 3rd May

Killer Cops

A dedicated officer with a beautiful family, Texas cop Bob Fratta appears to have it all. But when his wife files for divorce, Fratta knows the world will learn of his secret, a humiliation Bob will go to any lengths to prevent.

Wed 3rd May

Vanity Fair Confidential

In April 2007, Jana Van Voorhis is found dead in her Arizona home. Even though the Medical Examiner rules her death as natural, a local detective is convinced her body was staged. A year later, another body is found two thousand miles away in Georgia. It appears to be staged as well. When detectives in the two states compare notes, they set out to prove that the cases are connected and uncover a national underground organisation that works hard to keep its activities secret. Members are given specific instructions on how to arrange what they call "death events" without being detected. As police struggle to confirm their hunch, they fear more will die. What will it take to uncover the truth? And how are these cases related to a man once dubbed 'Dr. Death'?

Wed 3rd May

Homicide Hunter

Five people, including two young sisters, are shot in a cold-blooded robbery at a Colorado Springs bar and nearby convenience store. Much of the evidence is destroyed in a fire set by the suspect. But a newly installed surveillance camera captures a fuzzy snapshot of the killer. Lt. Joe Kenda leads an exhaustive manhunt hoping to find a name to match the face in the photo. His search ends in a chilling confrontation with an Eagle Scout turned killer.

Wed 3rd May

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home - only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This show will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar.

Wed 3rd May

The McCanns and the Conman

With unprecedented access, this film looks at Operation Omega, the secret search to find missing child Madeleine McCann in 2008. Following the investigation set up by security consultant Kevin Halligen, this one-off documentary has exclusive interviews, including ex-MI5 undercover operatives, the FBI and ex-military personnel. As the investigation went on, it transpired that Kevin Halligen was not a spy but one of the world's most audacious conmen. Despite this, significant information and leads uncovered from Operation Omega have gone on to form part of the current Scotland Yard inquiry to find out what happened to Madeleine McCann. Featuring information and evidence never before seen or heard, including an interview with Halligen himself, this film tells an untold story about the search for Madeleine McCann.

Wed 3rd May

Evening

Cops

Deputies in Palm Beach County, FL, try to avoid injury when an uncooperative suspect uses his car as a weapon, but things get even more interesting when a tree gets in his way. Also featured are officers in Spokane, WA, on patrol during a busy night and responding to two calls one after another. Also, officers from Rialto, CA, spot a potential drug deal.

Wed 3rd May

Cops

Officers in the Springfield, MO, Police Department find themselves in a high speed chase with an SUV, which results in the car flipping over, a weapons violation, and a felony drug warrant. Meanwhile, the Chattanooga, TN, Police Department pulls over a man for driving without a license and finds the driver has eaten his marijuana stash in an attempt to hide it. Finally, officers of the Hillsborough County, FL, Sherriff's Office respond to a domestic violence dispute, and find a man threatening his wife and newborn child with a gun.

Wed 3rd May

Crimes That Shook Britain

In this special episode, we focus on those criminals who have been brought to justice for one crime only to be released to commit further terrible acts. We speak to legal professionals to discover if the system is at fault or have these killers exploited legal loopholes. We talk to victims and relatives of killers who preyed on their loved ones - if the perpetrators had been kept inside - would their loved ones still be alive? And we discuss with campaigners what can be done to ensure the justice system can both rehabilitate but also ensure our safety.

Wed 3rd May

Babies Behind Bars

Indiana Women's Prison is a maximum security prison that runs the controversial Wee Ones program on Unit seven of the prison complex. Throughout 'Babies Behind Bars,' we will follow the interweaving stories of four to five inmates, each of whom is at a different stage of the 18 month program. Some will be entering the program just before giving birth, some will be about halfway through the program, and some will be coming to the end of the program. All will be struggling to play by the rules and remain in this zero tolerance program while fighting for a better life for themselves and their babies. We'll also follow the inmate, the nannies, and the tough-love prison guards in whose hands the futures of these incarcerated mothers are entrusted.

Wed 3rd May

60 Days In

As the participants begin to enter into the jail, a no-show pulls out at the last minute, wishing the others good luck on the long journey ahead. The other remaining participants are shackled up, stripped down, and thrown in jail for the next sixty days. For Jessica and Michelle, jail is full of unexpected twists and turns. As they settle into I-pod, the ladies soon realise they are in over their heads with rampant drug abuse and flagrant sex games in their cells. Jon enters pod 600 and finds it hard to adjust to the confines of the cell and abrasive personalities. Don, the streetwise father, enters pod 600 with an air of confidence that soon disappears as he's confronted by his new cellmate. Calvin enters pod 500 and is immediately shut down when he tries to get friendly with his new cellmate.

Wed 3rd May

Homicide Hunter

Mother of three Dianne Hood is shot to death by a masked assailant on her way home from a support meeting for Lupus patients. Because the killer stole the victim's purse, police initially assume it's a robbery gone wrong. But based on eyewitness testimony, Lt. Joe Kenda believes the gunman intentionally targeted the victim. As he races to find the killer, Kenda uncovers a sordid web of lust and greed - and learns that everything he thought he knew about this case is dead wrong.

Wed 3rd May

Crimes That Shook Britain

In this special episode, we focus on those criminals who have been brought to justice for one crime only to be released to commit further terrible acts. We speak to legal professionals to discover if the system is at fault or have these killers exploited legal loopholes. We talk to victims and relatives of killers who preyed on their loved ones - if the perpetrators had been kept inside - would their loved ones still be alive? And we discuss with campaigners what can be done to ensure the justice system can both rehabilitate but also ensure our safety.

Thu 4th May

Morning

60 Days In

As the participants begin to enter into the jail, a no-show pulls out at the last minute, wishing the others good luck on the long journey ahead. The other remaining participants are shackled up, stripped down, and thrown in jail for the next sixty days. For Jessica and Michelle, jail is full of unexpected twists and turns. As they settle into I-pod, the ladies soon realise they are in over their heads with rampant drug abuse and flagrant sex games in their cells. Jon enters pod 600 and finds it hard to adjust to the confines of the cell and abrasive personalities. Don, the streetwise father, enters pod 600 with an air of confidence that soon disappears as he's confronted by his new cellmate. Calvin enters pod 500 and is immediately shut down when he tries to get friendly with his new cellmate.

Thu 4th May

Babies Behind Bars

Indiana Women's Prison is a maximum security prison that runs the controversial Wee Ones program on Unit seven of the prison complex. Throughout 'Babies Behind Bars,' we will follow the interweaving stories of four to five inmates, each of whom is at a different stage of the 18 month program. Some will be entering the program just before giving birth, some will be about halfway through the program, and some will be coming to the end of the program. All will be struggling to play by the rules and remain in this zero tolerance program while fighting for a better life for themselves and their babies. We'll also follow the inmate, the nannies, and the tough-love prison guards in whose hands the futures of these incarcerated mothers are entrusted.

Thu 4th May

Forensic Files

The huge amount of blood at the crime scene spoke of the violence of the attack; investigators describe it as overkill, and it's usually an indication that the victim knew the attacker. Police hoped that, during the struggle, the killer had left some of his own blood - and his DNA - behind. Their challenge was to find it.

Thu 4th May

Caught Red Handed

We look at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police "stings" designed to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see.

Thu 4th May

Cars, Cops and Criminals

Car Crime in Britain today is big business and the crooks are picking on "soft targets" as the recession hits home. Cars, Cops and Criminals goes out on the road with Angus Nairn of the central motorway policing group as he chases those who will steal the loads from the back of lories and lorry drivers who illegally tamper with their tackographs to work more hours. More than 40,000 Caravans go missing every year and a large percentage go out of the country never to be seen again and we follow expert Insurance investigator, Dave Smith as he checks the county steam fair for stolen caravans with some devastating results for the innocent owners. Because Bob and Margaret Johnson had a tracker device fitted to their second "home" they got their caravan back, luckily for them because in it was their much loved dog Jackie. With the Olympics coming up in 2012 the Met's stolen vehicle squad look at The increasing problem of plant theft. In London's east end building sites reformed crook "Pete" shows us how easy it is to steal equipment worth thousands of pounds. Whilst elsewhere in the country the farmers are losing millions of pounds worth of equipment stolen which is stolen to order and taken to Eastern Europe. In years gone by the Ram raiders where seen as a major problem in city centres but they put in measures to stop those now they have been replaced by the gangs of two wheeled criminals who attack Jewellery shops taking only 39secs to make off with over one million pounds worth of Jewels.

Thu 4th May

Facing Evil

Fort Worth, Texas, 2010. A domestic dispute ends with a fatal hammer blow. The victim is 24-year-old LeMarcus Bell. His killer is 42-year-old Tyra Whitney. The pair has one thing in common, they both love 20-year-old Tashira, Tyra's daughter. She asked her mother for help and ended up with her boyfriend murdered and her mum locked away for 15 years. Most mothers would do anything for their daughters. But how many of us would kill? How did a mother's love go so horribly wrong? In this emotional and confronting interview, Tyra tells Candice what was really going through her mind that day.

Thu 4th May

Cops Uncut

Hilarious and often shocking take on the real-life police chase, with candid dashboard camera footage of bungled arrests; this is the ultimate American police trooper blooper reel.

Thu 4th May

Cops

Officers in the Springfield, MO, Police Department find themselves in a high speed chase with an SUV, which results in the car flipping over, a weapons violation, and a felony drug warrant. Meanwhile, the Chattanooga, TN, Police Department pulls over a man for driving without a license and finds the driver has eaten his marijuana stash in an attempt to hide it. Finally, officers of the Hillsborough County, FL, Sherriff's Office respond to a domestic violence dispute, and find a man threatening his wife and newborn child with a gun.

Thu 4th May

The McCanns and the Conman

With unprecedented access, this film looks at Operation Omega, the secret search to find missing child Madeleine McCann in 2008. Following the investigation set up by security consultant Kevin Halligen, this one-off documentary has exclusive interviews, including ex-MI5 undercover operatives, the FBI and ex-military personnel. As the investigation went on, it transpired that Kevin Halligen was not a spy but one of the world's most audacious conmen. Despite this, significant information and leads uncovered from Operation Omega have gone on to form part of the current Scotland Yard inquiry to find out what happened to Madeleine McCann. Featuring information and evidence never before seen or heard, including an interview with Halligen himself, this film tells an untold story about the search for Madeleine McCann.

Thu 4th May

Caught Red Handed

We look at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police "stings" designed to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see.

Thu 4th May

Crimes That Shook Britain

In this special episode, we focus on those criminals who have been brought to justice for one crime only to be released to commit further terrible acts. We speak to legal professionals to discover if the system is at fault or have these killers exploited legal loopholes. We talk to victims and relatives of killers who preyed on their loved ones - if the perpetrators had been kept inside - would their loved ones still be alive? And we discuss with campaigners what can be done to ensure the justice system can both rehabilitate but also ensure our safety.

Thu 4th May

60 Days In

As the participants begin to enter into the jail, a no-show pulls out at the last minute, wishing the others good luck on the long journey ahead. The other remaining participants are shackled up, stripped down, and thrown in jail for the next sixty days. For Jessica and Michelle, jail is full of unexpected twists and turns. As they settle into I-pod, the ladies soon realise they are in over their heads with rampant drug abuse and flagrant sex games in their cells. Jon enters pod 600 and finds it hard to adjust to the confines of the cell and abrasive personalities. Don, the streetwise father, enters pod 600 with an air of confidence that soon disappears as he's confronted by his new cellmate. Calvin enters pod 500 and is immediately shut down when he tries to get friendly with his new cellmate.

Thu 4th May

Babies Behind Bars

Indiana Women's Prison is a maximum security prison that runs the controversial Wee Ones program on Unit seven of the prison complex. Throughout 'Babies Behind Bars,' we will follow the interweaving stories of four to five inmates, each of whom is at a different stage of the 18 month program. Some will be entering the program just before giving birth, some will be about halfway through the program, and some will be coming to the end of the program. All will be struggling to play by the rules and remain in this zero tolerance program while fighting for a better life for themselves and their babies. We'll also follow the inmate, the nannies, and the tough-love prison guards in whose hands the futures of these incarcerated mothers are entrusted.

Thu 4th May

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home - only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This show will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar.

Thu 4th May

The McCanns and the Conman

With unprecedented access, this film looks at Operation Omega, the secret search to find missing child Madeleine McCann in 2008. Following the investigation set up by security consultant Kevin Halligen, this one-off documentary has exclusive interviews, including ex-MI5 undercover operatives, the FBI and ex-military personnel. As the investigation went on, it transpired that Kevin Halligen was not a spy but one of the world's most audacious conmen. Despite this, significant information and leads uncovered from Operation Omega have gone on to form part of the current Scotland Yard inquiry to find out what happened to Madeleine McCann. Featuring information and evidence never before seen or heard, including an interview with Halligen himself, this film tells an untold story about the search for Madeleine McCann.

Thu 4th May

Noon

Crimes That Shook Britain

In this special episode, we focus on those criminals who have been brought to justice for one crime only to be released to commit further terrible acts. We speak to legal professionals to discover if the system is at fault or have these killers exploited legal loopholes. We talk to victims and relatives of killers who preyed on their loved ones - if the perpetrators had been kept inside - would their loved ones still be alive? And we discuss with campaigners what can be done to ensure the justice system can both rehabilitate but also ensure our safety.

Thu 4th May

Babies Behind Bars

Indiana Women's Prison is a maximum security prison that runs the controversial Wee Ones program on Unit seven of the prison complex. Throughout 'Babies Behind Bars,' we will follow the interweaving stories of four to five inmates, each of whom is at a different stage of the 18 month program. Some will be entering the program just before giving birth, some will be about halfway through the program, and some will be coming to the end of the program. All will be struggling to play by the rules and remain in this zero tolerance program while fighting for a better life for themselves and their babies. We'll also follow the inmate, the nannies, and the tough-love prison guards in whose hands the futures of these incarcerated mothers are entrusted.

Thu 4th May

60 Days In

As the participants begin to enter into the jail, a no-show pulls out at the last minute, wishing the others good luck on the long journey ahead. The other remaining participants are shackled up, stripped down, and thrown in jail for the next sixty days. For Jessica and Michelle, jail is full of unexpected twists and turns. As they settle into I-pod, the ladies soon realise they are in over their heads with rampant drug abuse and flagrant sex games in their cells. Jon enters pod 600 and finds it hard to adjust to the confines of the cell and abrasive personalities. Don, the streetwise father, enters pod 600 with an air of confidence that soon disappears as he's confronted by his new cellmate. Calvin enters pod 500 and is immediately shut down when he tries to get friendly with his new cellmate.

Thu 4th May

Homicide Hunter

Mother of three Dianne Hood is shot to death by a masked assailant on her way home from a support meeting for Lupus patients. Because the killer stole the victim's purse, police initially assume it's a robbery gone wrong. But based on eyewitness testimony, Lt. Joe Kenda believes the gunman intentionally targeted the victim. As he races to find the killer, Kenda uncovers a sordid web of lust and greed - and learns that everything he thought he knew about this case is dead wrong.

Thu 4th May

Fear Thy Neighbor

This is a docudrama series that tells the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home - only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This show will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar.

Thu 4th May

Born to Kill?

Over a period of about twenty years Fred and Rose West abducted, tortured, raped and murdered an unknown number of girls, many of whom lay buried in the garden until the police dug them up. What motivated West to commit such terrible crimes? Was he born evil or did his upbringing make him this way? Did he do it for sexual kicks? Or, as some allege, did he supply the sacrificial victims to a black magic coven?

Thu 4th May

Evening

Cops

Deputies in Palm Beach County, FL, set-up a sting in a known drug trafficking area and cameras are there to capture the criminals take the bait one by one. Also featured are officers in Las Vegas, NV, called to a restaurant where a patron gives new meaning to "eat and run". As tropical storm clouds approach, deputies in Palm Beach County, FL, catch a suspect creating a cloud inside his car.

Thu 4th May

Cops

The Spokane County, WA, Sheriff's Office must evict a homeless man who is occupying a handicapped parking stall at Wal-Mart, but the squatter refuses to leave and things get aggressive. Again in Spokane, officers must respond to complaints that a couple is getting a little more than friendly on a stranger's front lawn. Finally, officers of the Des Moines, IA, Police Department question a man who allegedly threatened his property manager with a pocket knife, but claims to only have been looking at it.

Thu 4th May

Homicide Hunter

When Julie Smith reports being sexually assaulted in her home by a masked man, the Sex Crimes Unit discovers a terrifying pattern. Multiple women on the east side of the city have been attacked by a man matching the same description. As more victims come forward, Lt Joe Kenda believes they have a serial rapist on their hands whose violent behaviour appears to be escalating. With a dangerous predator on the loose, it's a race against the clock to catch this monster before they start finding dead bodies.

Thu 4th May

It Takes A Killer

For more than a decade, a genius doctor with a homicidal hobby gets away with murder at hospitals across two continents. Cops race against incredible odds to track him down just before he takes his next job and kills again.

Thu 4th May

It Takes A Killer

Terror strikes London, England as severed body parts start showing up at random locations across the countryside. Police must piece together the human jigsaw puzzle in order to track down the perpetrator, a common thug who's mastered the dark art of body dismemberment.

Thu 4th May

Murder Made Me Famous

In 1969, nine people are killed by a notorious cult leader with mostly female followers living in a commune. Among the brutally murdered is pregnant actress Sharon Tate. The two-night murder spree terrorises Los Angeles and uncovers a bizarre revenge and connection to musical legend Dennis Wilson of The Beach Boys and actress Doris Day's son, Terry Melcher, a producer who failed to promote the musical ambitions of Charles Manson.

Thu 4th May

Homicide Hunter

First responders fighting a house fire discover the bullet-riddled corpse of housewife Elsie Jennes in the basement. Lt Joe Kenda has no leads until Elsie's son, William, turns up in a police station over 50 miles away, equipped with a suitcase, a pet golden retriever, and a bizarre story to tell. The child claims that his father is a secret agent on the run from murderous assassins. Kenda begins to unravel the web of conspiracy and mystery only to discover a reality even more shocking than fiction.

Thu 4th May

Homicide Hunter

When Julie Smith reports being sexually assaulted in her home by a masked man, the Sex Crimes Unit discovers a terrifying pattern. Multiple women on the east side of the city have been attacked by a man matching the same description. As more victims come forward, Lt Joe Kenda believes they have a serial rapist on their hands whose violent behaviour appears to be escalating. With a dangerous predator on the loose, it's a race against the clock to catch this monster before they start finding dead bodies.

Fri 5th May

Morning

It Takes A Killer

For more than a decade, a genius doctor with a homicidal hobby gets away with murder at hospitals across two continents. Cops race against incredible odds to track him down just before he takes his next job and kills again.

Fri 5th May

It Takes A Killer

Terror strikes London, England as severed body parts start showing up at random locations across the countryside. Police must piece together the human jigsaw puzzle in order to track down the perpetrator, a common thug who's mastered the dark art of body dismemberment.

Fri 5th May

Murder Made Me Famous

In 1969, nine people are killed by a notorious cult leader with mostly female followers living in a commune. Among the brutally murdered is pregnant actress Sharon Tate. The two-night murder spree terrorises Los Angeles and uncovers a bizarre revenge and connection to musical legend Dennis Wilson of The Beach Boys and actress Doris Day's son, Terry Melcher, a producer who failed to promote the musical ambitions of Charles Manson.

Fri 5th May

Forensic Files

The man called 911 to report his wife had been shot; she was badly wounded and they were on their way to the hospital. When she died, he became the prime suspect. The investigation would prove two things: He was innocent, and he'd been only moments away from being a victim in the most bizarre crime police had ever seen.

Fri 5th May

Caught Red Handed

"Caught Red Handed" looks at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police "stings" designed to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see.

Fri 5th May

Cars, Cops and Criminals

Cops from different police forces get together in Warwickshire for a massive crack down on motorists who break the law by driving without licence and insurance. Using a sophisticated Automatic number plate recognition system connected to a special computer, they find stolen cars which have had their identities changed, illegal immigrants and chemicals for making large quantities of drugs. In Luton on the M1 another team of police come across a Chinese man who has not had a driving licence for over a year and a Romanian man with a false driving licence. As the cops clamp down on the motorways the innocent motorists are also under pressure from the crooks. When Andy Bird put his pride and joy a rare silver vauxhall monaro on a website for car lovers he ended up being stopped by the police and questioned about an armed robbery which had been committed whilst his car was parked at the station car park. The crooks had stolen his number plate to replace their plates on the getaway car. A young mother from Derbyshire could not understand why she was being sent congestion charges from London area till she saw a colour photograph of the car that was committing the offences but it still wasn't easy to prove that it was not her! As the call is made for to toughen up the laws that let over 42,000 outlets supply number plates in the UK we look at the Swedish system where there is only one supplier and they only send the plates to the address on your tax form.

Fri 5th May

Facing Evil

Beaumont, Texas - a friendship is unraveling. There are insults, and threats. Then, on November 25th the situation comes to a climax when 20-year-old Sylvilla Humphrey shoots 25-year-old Ercell Minix in the neck. Sylvilla calls police and tells them it was self-defense. Ercell is in critical condition and after six days she loses her fight for life. Sylvilla is charged with murder. She pleads 'no contest' and is sentenced to 30 years. Sylvilla maintains she feared for her life - what was Sylvilla thinking? What argument would be bad enough to make her kill? Is Sylvilla simply a psychopath?

Fri 5th May

Cops Uncut

Hilarious and often shocking take on the real-life police chase, with candid dashboard camera footage of bungled arrests; this is the ultimate American police trooper blooper reel.

Fri 5th May

Cops

The Spokane County, WA, Sheriff's Office must evict a homeless man who is occupying a handicapped parking stall at Wal-Mart, but the squatter refuses to leave and things get aggressive. Again in Spokane, officers must respond to complaints that a couple is getting a little more than friendly on a stranger's front lawn. Finally, officers of the Des Moines, IA, Police Department question a man who allegedly threatened his property manager with a pocket knife, but claims to only have been looking at it.

Fri 5th May

Born to Kill?

Over a period of about twenty years Fred and Rose West abducted, tortured, raped and murdered an unknown number of girls, many of whom lay buried in the garden until the police dug them up. What motivated West to commit such terrible crimes? Was he born evil or did his upbringing make him this way? Did he do it for sexual kicks? Or, as some allege, did he supply the sacrificial victims to a black magic coven?

Fri 5th May

Caught Red Handed

"Caught Red Handed" looks at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police "stings" designed to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see.

Fri 5th May

Homicide Hunter

When Julie Smith reports being sexually assaulted in her home by a masked man, the Sex Crimes Unit discovers a terrifying pattern. Multiple women on the east side of the city have been attacked by a man matching the same description. As more victims come forward, Lt Joe Kenda believes they have a serial rapist on their hands whose violent behaviour appears to be escalating. With a dangerous predator on the loose, it's a race against the clock to catch this monster before they start finding dead bodies.

Fri 5th May

It Takes A Killer

For more than a decade, a genius doctor with a homicidal hobby gets away with murder at hospitals across two continents. Cops race against incredible odds to track him down just before he takes his next job and kills again.

Fri 5th May

It Takes A Killer

Terror strikes London, England as severed body parts start showing up at random locations across the countryside. Police must piece together the human jigsaw puzzle in order to track down the perpetrator, a common thug who's mastered the dark art of body dismemberment.

Fri 5th May

Murder Made Me Famous

In 1969, nine people are killed by a notorious cult leader with mostly female followers living in a commune. Among the brutally murdered is pregnant actress Sharon Tate. The two-night murder spree terrorises Los Angeles and uncovers a bizarre revenge and connection to musical legend Dennis Wilson of The Beach Boys and actress Doris Day's son, Terry Melcher, a producer who failed to promote the musical ambitions of Charles Manson.

Fri 5th May

Fear Thy Neighbor

This is a docudrama series that tells the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home - only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This show will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar.

Fri 5th May

Born to Kill?

Over a period of about twenty years Fred and Rose West abducted, tortured, raped and murdered an unknown number of girls, many of whom lay buried in the garden until the police dug them up. What motivated West to commit such terrible crimes? Was he born evil or did his upbringing make him this way? Did he do it for sexual kicks? Or, as some allege, did he supply the sacrificial victims to a black magic coven?

Fri 5th May

Noon

Homicide Hunter

When Julie Smith reports being sexually assaulted in her home by a masked man, the Sex Crimes Unit discovers a terrifying pattern. Multiple women on the east side of the city have been attacked by a man matching the same description. As more victims come forward, Lt Joe Kenda believes they have a serial rapist on their hands whose violent behaviour appears to be escalating. With a dangerous predator on the loose, it's a race against the clock to catch this monster before they start finding dead bodies.

Fri 5th May

It Takes A Killer

For more than a decade, a genius doctor with a homicidal hobby gets away with murder at hospitals across two continents. Cops race against incredible odds to track him down just before he takes his next job and kills again.

Fri 5th May

It Takes A Killer

Terror strikes London, England as severed body parts start showing up at random locations across the countryside. Police must piece together the human jigsaw puzzle in order to track down the perpetrator, a common thug who's mastered the dark art of body dismemberment.

Fri 5th May

Murder Made Me Famous

In 1969, nine people are killed by a notorious cult leader with mostly female followers living in a commune. Among the brutally murdered is pregnant actress Sharon Tate. The two-night murder spree terrorises Los Angeles and uncovers a bizarre revenge and connection to musical legend Dennis Wilson of The Beach Boys and actress Doris Day's son, Terry Melcher, a producer who failed to promote the musical ambitions of Charles Manson.

Fri 5th May

Homicide Hunter

First responders fighting a house fire discover the bullet-riddled corpse of housewife Elsie Jennes in the basement. Lt Joe Kenda has no leads until Elsie's son, William, turns up in a police station over 50 miles away, equipped with a suitcase, a pet golden retriever, and a bizarre story to tell. The child claims that his father is a secret agent on the run from murderous assassins. Kenda begins to unravel the web of conspiracy and mystery only to discover a reality even more shocking than fiction.

Fri 5th May

Fear Thy Neighbor

This is a docudrama series that tells the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home - only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This show will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar.

Fri 5th May

Born to Kill?

The world's most prolific killer, Dr Harold Shipman is estimated to have killed 275 people, but the actual figure will never be known. The 57-year-old GP was given 15 life sentences to run concurrently for the murders, and four years for forging a will, but hung himself in his cell after he was sentenced. He always denied his crimes. When the police began investigating Shipman in September 1998, they struggled to understand him. How could a GP who was trusted and respected by more than 3000 patients also be a killer who struck time after time with no obvious motive?

Fri 5th May

Evening

Cops

Detectives in Broward County, FL, respond to a routine loitering call that escalates into a physical situation, and a taser gun must be used on the suspect. Also featured are officers in Las Vegas, NV, who are forced to dodge traffic when a suspect leads them on a foot pursuit down a busy street. Deputies in Rancho Cucamonga, CA, are in hot pursuit of a speeding car.

Fri 5th May

Cops

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department sets up an undercover operation in which a police officer posing as a taxi driver searches for prostitutes working in the city. Then, officers of the Amarillo Police Department in Amarillo, TX, pull over a suspicious vehicle. When police approach the car the driver's pants are unbuckled and unzipped; the passenger claims she's his girlfriend, but the driver can't recall her name. Finally, back in Las Vegas, the police department works on a reverse prostitution sting where undercover officers pose as prostitutes to arrest people soliciting.

Fri 5th May

#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, when secrets are threatened with social media, a high school athlete's desperation leads to a knife in the back.

Fri 5th May

The Devil You Know

This true crime series offers a unique glimpse into the twisted world of some of the worst criminals on file. Riddled with shocking details, "The Devil You Know" gives access to the stories of the heartbroken victims and the heatless criminals they loved, offering a rare insight to the criminal mind. "The Devil You Know" exposes the machinations of these men and women who have wreaked havoc on the lives of their victims, culminating in crimes from fraud to bigamy, and murder.

Fri 5th May

Babies Behind Bars

Indiana Women's Prison is a maximum security prison that runs the controversial Wee Ones program on Unit seven of the prison complex. Throughout 'Babies Behind Bars,' we will follow the interweaving stories of four to five inmates, each of whom is at a different stage of the 18 month program. Some will be entering the program just before giving birth, some will be about halfway through the program, and some will be coming to the end of the program. All will be struggling to play by the rules and remain in this zero tolerance program while fighting for a better life for themselves and their babies. We'll also follow the inmate, the nannies, and the tough-love prison guards in whose hands the futures of these incarcerated mothers are entrusted.

Fri 5th May

60 Days In

As the participants begin to enter into the jail, a no-show pulls out at the last minute, wishing the others good luck on the long journey ahead. The other remaining participants are shackled up, stripped down, and thrown in jail for the next sixty days. For Jessica and Michelle, jail is full of unexpected twists and turns. As they settle into I-pod, the ladies soon realise they are in over their heads with rampant drug abuse and flagrant sex games in their cells. Jon enters pod 600 and finds it hard to adjust to the confines of the cell and abrasive personalities. Don, the streetwise father, enters pod 600 with an air of confidence that soon disappears as he's confronted by his new cellmate. Calvin enters pod 500 and is immediately shut down when he tries to get friendly with his new cellmate.

Fri 5th May

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

Violent attacks are on the rise in the prison, and things can go from zero to 100 in a heartbeat. Rookie COs must be vigilant at all times to prevent a disaster. Mangin must subdue a volatile inmate when he swallows unidentified contraband. A fight between gang members breaks out in Chaz's unit, and Javier's first assignment as a CO is yard duty. Tired of the violence and stress, Ariel quits the job, while D'Angelo moves to PNM in the hopes of getting to see more action.

Sat 6th May

Morning

Final 24

February, 1979: Punk icon, suspected murderer and heroin addict Sid Vicious has just been released from Rikers prison in New York City. After a night of celebrating his freedom with friends and family, he wakes suddenly. Hell-bent on self-destruction, Sid ingests a massive amount of heroin into his recently drug free body. Sid is discovered dead the next morning.

Sat 6th May

60 Days In

As the participants begin to enter into the jail, a no-show pulls out at the last minute, wishing the others good luck on the long journey ahead. The other remaining participants are shackled up, stripped down, and thrown in jail for the next sixty days. For Jessica and Michelle, jail is full of unexpected twists and turns. As they settle into I-pod, the ladies soon realise they are in over their heads with rampant drug abuse and flagrant sex games in their cells. Jon enters pod 600 and finds it hard to adjust to the confines of the cell and abrasive personalities. Don, the streetwise father, enters pod 600 with an air of confidence that soon disappears as he's confronted by his new cellmate. Calvin enters pod 500 and is immediately shut down when he tries to get friendly with his new cellmate.

Sat 6th May

Forensic Files

The woman's story seemed farfetched. A man wearing only underwear and gloves broke into the house, stabbed her boyfriend to death, and raped and terrorised her for hours afterwards. But the evidence at the scene supported her story, and investigators turned for help to the FBI and their criminal profilers.

Sat 6th May

Caught Red Handed

"Caught Red Handed" looks at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police "stings" designed to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see.

Sat 6th May

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

Violent attacks are on the rise in the prison, and things can go from zero to 100 in a heartbeat. Rookie COs must be vigilant at all times to prevent a disaster. Mangin must subdue a volatile inmate when he swallows unidentified contraband. A fight between gang members breaks out in Chaz's unit, and Javier's first assignment as a CO is yard duty. Tired of the violence and stress, Ariel quits the job, while D'Angelo moves to PNM in the hopes of getting to see more action.

Sat 6th May

Facing Evil

Downtown Dallas, September, 2008. Two teenage girls start a week of terror. In separate incidents, they murder two men in cold blood and blind another with a shotgun blast to the face. Senseless and cruel crimes on perfect strangers. Who would do such a thing? 19-year-old Britney Gulley and her friend Jeremisha Adams, also 19. They are convicted of two counts of murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. At the time, they offered no explanation for their mindless slaughter. But now, one of them, Britney Gulley, is breaking her silence. From her prison in Central Texas, she has agreed to tell Candice... why?

Sat 6th May

Cops Uncut

Hilarious and often shocking take on the real-life police chase, with candid dashboard camera footage of bungled arrests; this is the ultimate American police trooper blooper reel.

Sat 6th May

Cops

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department sets up an undercover operation in which a police officer posing as a taxi driver searches for prostitutes working in the city. Then, officers of the Amarillo Police Department in Amarillo, TX, pull over a suspicious vehicle. When police approach the car the driver's pants are unbuckled and unzipped; the passenger claims she's his girlfriend, but the driver can't recall her name. Finally, back in Las Vegas, the police department works on a reverse prostitution sting where undercover officers pose as prostitutes to arrest people soliciting.

Sat 6th May

Born to Kill?

The world's most prolific killer, Dr Harold Shipman is estimated to have killed 275 people, but the actual figure will never be known. The 57-year-old GP was given 15 life sentences to run concurrently for the murders, and four years for forging a will, but hung himself in his cell after he was sentenced. He always denied his crimes. When the police began investigating Shipman in September 1998, they struggled to understand him. How could a GP who was trusted and respected by more than 3000 patients also be a killer who struck time after time with no obvious motive?

Sat 6th May

Caught Red Handed

"Caught Red Handed" looks at ways in which the police and the public are setting ingenious traps to catch villains in the act. With access to undercover police operations involving theatrics, stake-outs, and state of the art technology, follow police "stings" designed to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour with all the thrill of the chase, using hidden cameras to capture the action. The results are recorded on high-tech cameras for the courts, and now viewers, to see.

Sat 6th May

The Devil You Know

This true crime series offers a unique glimpse into the twisted world of some of the worst criminals on file. Riddled with shocking details, "The Devil You Know" gives access to the stories of the heartbroken victims and the heatless criminals they loved, offering a rare insight to the criminal mind. "The Devil You Know" exposes the machinations of these men and women who have wreaked havoc on the lives of their victims, culminating in crimes from fraud to bigamy, and murder.

Sat 6th May

#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, when secrets are threatened with social media, a high school athlete's desperation leads to a knife in the back.