TV Guide

Mon 27th March

Morning

Deadly Women

Love and desire are powerful currents that surge through human affairs. When they run off course - the results can be deadly. When sexual craving flames out of control, when desperation for love becomes all consuming, when illicit desire is thwarted by others...some women step outside the boundaries of society. Stopping at nothing, they will coldly kill in the name of Forbidden Love.

Mon 27th March

Noon

Snapped: Killer Couples

A pair of serial killer lover's turn a nursing home into a shrine of sex, scandal, and murder. But when their romance turns sour, their deadly secrets come to light.

Mon 27th March

Evening

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, defense 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. An armed robbery escalates into capital murder and rocks a residential Houston neighbourhood. One man is left for dead while his killers flee into the night. Four years later, will justice finally be served?

Mon 27th March

Cold Blood

Longmont, Colorado, is a quiet and safe community nestled at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. Until 29-year-old, Tammy Tatum, a young mother, is found savagely raped and strangled to death in her apartment. Police immediately focus on Jim Medow, Tammy's husband. He's an inmate at a halfway house, serving a sentence for drunk driving and, despite the tragic situation, seems more concerned about himself. They learn that he has a history of violent crimes and threatened to kill Tammy if she ever cheated on him. The investigation intensifies when the coroner's report places Medow at the apartment at the time of Tammy's death. When investigators find out that the couple played dangerous sex games, they wonder if this time it went too far and Medow is the killer. But with no hard evidence, the case goes cold. Twelve years later, a violent rape not far from Tammy's apartment brings the case back to life and leads police to a killer that's been there since day one.

Mon 27th March

Deadly Women

Love and desire are powerful currents that surge through human affairs. When they run off course - the results can be deadly. When sexual craving flames out of control, when desperation for love becomes all consuming, when illicit desire is thwarted by others...some women step outside the boundaries of society. Stopping at nothing, they will coldly kill in the name of Forbidden Love.

Tue 28th March

Morning

Snapped: Killer Couples

A pair of serial killer lover's turn a nursing home into a shrine of sex, scandal, and murder. But when their romance turns sour, their deadly secrets come to light.

Tue 28th March

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, defense 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. An armed robbery escalates into capital murder and rocks a residential Houston neighbourhood. One man is left for dead while his killers flee into the night. Four years later, will justice finally be served?

Tue 28th March

Forensic Files

The victim had been sexually assaulted and stabbed to death on the beach, just ten yards from the hotel where she was staying. A pair of men's tennis shoes was discovered near her body. Police were sure that if they found the man who fit the shoes, they would also find the man who committed the crime.

Tue 28th March

Traffic Cops

On the road with the Traffic Cops of South Yorkshire. Those who enforce the law on some of the busiest and most dangerous roads in Britain.

Tue 28th March

Cold Blood

Longmont, Colorado, is a quiet and safe community nestled at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. Until 29-year-old, Tammy Tatum, a young mother, is found savagely raped and strangled to death in her apartment. Police immediately focus on Jim Medow, Tammy's husband. He's an inmate at a halfway house, serving a sentence for drunk driving and, despite the tragic situation, seems more concerned about himself. They learn that he has a history of violent crimes and threatened to kill Tammy if she ever cheated on him. The investigation intensifies when the coroner's report places Medow at the apartment at the time of Tammy's death. When investigators find out that the couple played dangerous sex games, they wonder if this time it went too far and Medow is the killer. But with no hard evidence, the case goes cold. Twelve years later, a violent rape not far from Tammy's apartment brings the case back to life and leads police to a killer that's been there since day one.

Tue 28th March

North Mission Road

An anonymous tip leads detectives to a dusty farm in the high desert where they find a man buried behind a barn. Though the man's girlfriend admits to shooting him, she says it was done in self-defence. Using cutting-edge ballistics tests, the team at NMR must reconstruct the crime scene to see whether she really was the victim of domestic abuse or was a cold-blooded killer.

Tue 28th March

Cops Uncut

A 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.

Tue 28th March

Cops

A suspect crashes his car into an innocent victim's vehicle, but when he flees the scene, officers from the Kansas City Police Department find drugs and a gun in the abandoned car. Next, the North Las Vegas Police Department responds to a domestic dispute call involving two roommates and an alleged physical altercation. Finally, the Chattanooga Police Department stops two men driving from the residence of a known drug dealer.

Tue 28th March

Crime Stories

In an idyllic Maine coastal town best known for lobster trapping and small town gossip, a bullet ends Officer Sonny Grotton's life as he returns from a week at sea to visit his family. Only the elite team of NCIS investigators can follow the trail of clues through an undercover drug sting, to a local con man and a personal vendetta that the victim never saw coming.

Tue 28th March

Traffic Cops

On the road with the Traffic Cops of South Yorkshire. Those who enforce the law on some of the busiest and most dangerous roads in Britain.

Tue 28th March

Deadly Women

Love and desire are powerful currents that surge through human affairs. When they run off course - the results can be deadly. When sexual craving flames out of control, when desperation for love becomes all consuming, when illicit desire is thwarted by others...some women step outside the boundaries of society. Stopping at nothing, they will coldly kill in the name of Forbidden Love.

Tue 28th March

Snapped

With blonde hair and blue eyes, Michele Kleman often turned heads. It didn't take long for 25-year-old Greg Williams to fall in love with the 18-year-old. In 1992, the college sweethearts married and moved to Denver where Greg had accepted a job as an accountant. But after a year Michele started feeling homesick so Greg began making plans with his brother to open up their own business back in their hometown. They moved on September 30, 1993 and tired from moving, Greg took a nap on the couch. At around one-thirty that afternoon, Greg was shot while asleep on the couch. Michele ran outside screaming for help. Within minutes, authorities arrived and police searched the area for the gunman she had described. Greg was taken to the hospital where he died shortly after. When detectives told Michele they were going to perform a gunshot residue test to eliminate her as a suspect, she became noticeably anxious. Suspicious, detectives let Michele go but told her she could not return to her home. When Michele tried anyway, she was denied access. Detectives searched the home for evidence and discovered a gun. In Michele's purse were three shell casings, a receipt for the gun and a love letter to another man. Greg's past employer revealed to detectives that Greg had a life insurance policy that was set to expire at the end of the month. Greg had died hours before its expiration. As the sole beneficiary, Michele was set to collect $300,000. Michele's residue test came back positive and the gun found in the home was determined to be the murder weapon. She was arrested and pled not guilty to aggravated murder. With so much evidence against her, her lawyers offered a plea deal in order to avoid a trial - guilty to a lesser charge of murder in exchange for 15 years to life. Greg's family agreed. Michele pled guilty and apologised for her actions but gave no reason as to why she did it. She was sentenced to 15 years to life.

Tue 28th March

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, defense 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. An armed robbery escalates into capital murder and rocks a residential Houston neighbourhood. One man is left for dead while his killers flee into the night. Four years later, will justice finally be served?

Tue 28th March

Sins and Secrets

Nashville is a country music mecca of big cars, big stars, big hair, and big money. But the murder of Jim Cannon brought the music in Nashville to a dead stop. This crime was unexpected among the lavish lifestyle of a big-time lawyer from West-end Nashville. Perhaps Jim had it coming since he was discovered to have several mistresses and suitors. Other possible suspects included business partners or convicts that may have wanted to exact revenge on Jim. Yet they were soon ruled out and investigators turned to Jim's estranged trophy wife, Kelley, who would ultimately have more potential to want Jim dead.

Tue 28th March

Crime Stories

In an idyllic Maine coastal town best known for lobster trapping and small town gossip, a bullet ends Officer Sonny Grotton's life as he returns from a week at sea to visit his family. Only the elite team of NCIS investigators can follow the trail of clues through an undercover drug sting, to a local con man and a personal vendetta that the victim never saw coming.

Tue 28th March

Noon

Deadly Women

Love and desire are powerful currents that surge through human affairs. When they run off course - the results can be deadly. When sexual craving flames out of control, when desperation for love becomes all consuming, when illicit desire is thwarted by others...some women step outside the boundaries of society. Stopping at nothing, they will coldly kill in the name of Forbidden Love.

Tue 28th March

Snapped: Killer Couples

A pair of serial killer lover's turn a nursing home into a shrine of sex, scandal, and murder. But when their romance turns sour, their deadly secrets come to light.

Tue 28th March

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, defense 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. An armed robbery escalates into capital murder and rocks a residential Houston neighbourhood. One man is left for dead while his killers flee into the night. Four years later, will justice finally be served?

Tue 28th March

Cold Blood

Longmont, Colorado, is a quiet and safe community nestled at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. Until 29-year-old, Tammy Tatum, a young mother, is found savagely raped and strangled to death in her apartment. Police immediately focus on Jim Medow, Tammy's husband. He's an inmate at a halfway house, serving a sentence for drunk driving and, despite the tragic situation, seems more concerned about himself. They learn that he has a history of violent crimes and threatened to kill Tammy if she ever cheated on him. The investigation intensifies when the coroner's report places Medow at the apartment at the time of Tammy's death. When investigators find out that the couple played dangerous sex games, they wonder if this time it went too far and Medow is the killer. But with no hard evidence, the case goes cold. Twelve years later, a violent rape not far from Tammy's apartment brings the case back to life and leads police to a killer that's been there since day one.

Tue 28th March

Sins and Secrets

Fresno - Part farm town, part big city. In 2003, Fresno's two sides would collide in the form of unprecedented evil. Nurse Tim Schuster and his wife Larissa moved to central California when Larissa landed a prestigious job as a chemist in an agriculture lab. But the Schusters' marriage eventually spiraled into bitter divorce. When Tim lost his job and disappeared soon after, friends feared suicide. But that fear paled in comparison to finding Tim's body days later, partially dissolved in a bin of hydrochloric acid.

Tue 28th March

Crime Stories

After a lengthy tapped interrogation, a 14-year-old confesses to the murder of his 12-year-old sister. Did he do it? A revealing look at a false confession.

Tue 28th March

Evening

Cops

Featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day. When a cop gets shot, it's a K9 who brings the suspect to justice.

Tue 28th March

Cops

Officers from the Newport News Police Department in Virginia stop a man riding his bike and discover a concealed weapon in his possession. Next, officers from the Broward County Sheriff's Office respond to a burglary in progress call after the homeowner's eldest son punched several windows in an attempt to break into the home. Finally, following a domestic disturbance call in Palm Beach, FL, a man is taken into custody for evaluation after he denies firing bullets in his residence.

Tue 28th March

Crime Investigation Australia

This chilling episode details the long and difficult investigation which began with the disappearance of 18-year-old secretary Sarah Spiers on Australia Day, 1996. The new information has been kept secret by police until now for fear its release could jeopardise the investigation. Now, for the first time, it's being shown to the public and viewers will be asked to look closely and to call Crimestoppers if they believe they can help.

Tue 28th March

Monster In My Family

Omar Mateen shocked America as the perpetrator of the biggest mass shooting in modern US history. Now, Mateen's ex-wife, Sitora Yusufiy, discloses stunning details of how the man she fell in love with changed into a monster right before her eyes. Meanwhile, survivors of the Pulse Nightclub shooting reveal the horror of that night and share remarkable stories of friends who fell victim in this tragic crime.

Tue 28th March

Vanity Fair Confidential

It is a story that shocked the country. Women claiming that Bill Cosby, a man admired and respected, led a double life as a serial rapist who drugs his victims. More than 50 women have come forward. They remained silent for decades. Until now. Beverly Johnson, the first black model to grace the cover of Vogue, and four other alleged victims describe the shock and horror they experienced, and why they kept their secret for so long. How many accusers will it take before the women are believed?

Tue 28th March

Cold Blood

The wealthy enclave of Coconut Grove in Miami rarely sees trouble. Until Jose Calvo, an upstanding family man, is shot in the head at close range in his driveway and robbed of his Rolex watch. Police move fast to catch his killer but are stonewalled by a bizarre web of intrigue. Investigators learn that Calvo's wife, Denise, is not only an eyewitness but she also shot the killer as he fled. Alarm bells go off when Denise's gun is listed as stolen. While she claims it was her husband's, police dig deeper into the couple's personal life and find it's riddled with troubles. Jose's business had recently filed for bankruptcy. Denise has a cocaine habit. In a bizarre twist, she was buying drugs from the prime suspect's mum. The questions keep piling up. Is this a robbery gone bad or a murder for hire?

Tue 28th March

The Staircase

It is the defence's turn to call forth their witnesses. First of all the experts: Henry Lee, who demonstrates, paradoxically, that "there's too much blood for a murder", and Farus Bandak who, with the help of a graphic simulation, demonstrates the way in which Kathleen could have fallen to self-inflict her head wounds. But is producing experts enough when two women have been found dead at the bottom of a stairway? Shouldn't Michael Peterson be called to the stand to give his version of the facts? While this question is being argued on the side of the defence an extraordinary thing happens, the final touch of fate in this unusual case. It was an event so unexpected that no one could have foreseen it. "The Staircase" is a gripping documentary about the search for truth and justice, and an affecting portrait of a family under siege. In the middle of the night of December 9, 2001, Michael Peterson calls Durham police to tell them he's found his wife unconscious at the bottom of the stairs. He tells them she's hardly breathing and that she must have fallen. But when the police discover the pool of blood around the victim's body and the lacerations on her skull, they immediately conclude that it wasn't an accident. And Michael Peterson is the main suspect. A week later he is charged with his wife's murder and hires one of the best lawyers in North Carolina to defend him. Despite all appearances directly pointing to his guilt, his children wholeheartedly defend him and the family close ranks as Michael Peterson vehemently claims his innocence. Academy Award-winning documentary director Jean-Xavier de Lestrade takes you behind the scenes of this astonishing investigation; into the strategy meetings, the family feuds and the courtroom itself with unprecedented access. The twists and turns of this real-life case better anything in the world of fiction, with one revelation after another challenging Michael Peterson and his defence counsel into proving his innocence.

Wed 29th March

Morning

Monster In My Family

Omar Mateen shocked America as the perpetrator of the biggest mass shooting in modern US history. Now, Mateen's ex-wife, Sitora Yusufiy, discloses stunning details of how the man she fell in love with changed into a monster right before her eyes. Meanwhile, survivors of the Pulse Nightclub shooting reveal the horror of that night and share remarkable stories of friends who fell victim in this tragic crime.

Wed 29th March

Vanity Fair Confidential

It is a story that shocked the country. Women claiming that Bill Cosby, a man admired and respected, led a double life as a serial rapist who drugs his victims. More than 50 women have come forward. They remained silent for decades. Until now. Beverly Johnson, the first black model to grace the cover of Vogue, and four other alleged victims describe the shock and horror they experienced, and why they kept their secret for so long. How many accusers will it take before the women are believed?

Wed 29th March

Forensic Files

A 13-year-old girl went missing from her Colorado home, and the only evidence the kidnapper left behind was three fingerprints on a window screen. Two years later, a latent print examiner, new to the county and the crime lab, changed the course of the investigation by sharing a little-known fact with his colleagues.

Wed 29th March

Traffic Cops

The colour red comes to South Yorkshire. PC Wittingham investigates a road rage incident involving a juggernaut and a Peugeot saloon which leaves the driver of the car trapped under the lorries' front wheel with a crushed leg. The juggernaut driver saw red when the car driver cut him up at traffic lights outside Sheffield and the traffic cops have to prove who was to blame. The car driver later had his leg amputated. PC Langley sees red when a gang of burglars steal a red Mondeo and lead him a merry chase around the outskirts of Doncaster. But this time, the incident ends happily when Inspector Helen Scothern and the crew of the police chopper, Sierra Yankee Nine-Nine join in. Helen Scothern is the only woman in Britain to command a police helicopter unit and it is she who guides PC Langley to the locations of the gang after they abandon the Mondeo and try to escape on foot. And PC Richardson samples the delights of the little red sandwich van, and some real Yorkshire pasties, before going after speeding motorists - with a little help from a classroom of schoolchildren.

Wed 29th March

Cold Blood

The wealthy enclave of Coconut Grove in Miami rarely sees trouble. Until Jose Calvo, an upstanding family man, is shot in the head at close range in his driveway and robbed of his Rolex watch. Police move fast to catch his killer but are stonewalled by a bizarre web of intrigue. Investigators learn that Calvo's wife, Denise, is not only an eyewitness but she also shot the killer as he fled. Alarm bells go off when Denise's gun is listed as stolen. While she claims it was her husband's, police dig deeper into the couple's personal life and find it's riddled with troubles. Jose's business had recently filed for bankruptcy. Denise has a cocaine habit. In a bizarre twist, she was buying drugs from the prime suspect's mum. The questions keep piling up. Is this a robbery gone bad or a murder for hire?

Wed 29th March

North Mission Road

It is a race against time as the team at NMR is called on to help police stop a violent predator after a woman is found stabbed to death in a Culver City park. Will a series of clues detected during the autopsy help crack the case before the killer strikes again?

Wed 29th March

Cops Uncut

A 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.

Wed 29th March

Cops

Officers from the Newport News Police Department in Virginia stop a man riding his bike and discover a concealed weapon in his possession. Next, officers from the Broward County Sheriff's Office respond to a burglary in progress call after the homeowner's eldest son punched several windows in an attempt to break into the home. Finally, following a domestic disturbance call in Palm Beach, FL, a man is taken into custody for evaluation after he denies firing bullets in his residence.

Wed 29th March

Crime Stories

After a lengthy tapped interrogation, a 14-year-old confesses to the murder of his 12-year-old sister. Did he do it? A revealing look at a false confession.

Wed 29th March

Traffic Cops

The colour red comes to South Yorkshire. PC Wittingham investigates a road rage incident involving a juggernaut and a Peugeot saloon which leaves the driver of the car trapped under the lorries' front wheel with a crushed leg. The juggernaut driver saw red when the car driver cut him up at traffic lights outside Sheffield and the traffic cops have to prove who was to blame. The car driver later had his leg amputated. PC Langley sees red when a gang of burglars steal a red Mondeo and lead him a merry chase around the outskirts of Doncaster. But this time, the incident ends happily when Inspector Helen Scothern and the crew of the police chopper, Sierra Yankee Nine-Nine join in. Helen Scothern is the only woman in Britain to command a police helicopter unit and it is she who guides PC Langley to the locations of the gang after they abandon the Mondeo and try to escape on foot. And PC Richardson samples the delights of the little red sandwich van, and some real Yorkshire pasties, before going after speeding motorists - with a little help from a classroom of schoolchildren.

Wed 29th March

Crime Investigation Australia

This chilling episode details the long and difficult investigation which began with the disappearance of 18-year-old secretary Sarah Spiers on Australia Day, 1996. The new information has been kept secret by police until now for fear its release could jeopardise the investigation. Now, for the first time, it's being shown to the public and viewers will be asked to look closely and to call Crimestoppers if they believe they can help.

Wed 29th March

Monster In My Family

Omar Mateen shocked America as the perpetrator of the biggest mass shooting in modern US history. Now, Mateen's ex-wife, Sitora Yusufiy, discloses stunning details of how the man she fell in love with changed into a monster right before her eyes. Meanwhile, survivors of the Pulse Nightclub shooting reveal the horror of that night and share remarkable stories of friends who fell victim in this tragic crime.

Wed 29th March

Vanity Fair Confidential

It is a story that shocked the country. Women claiming that Bill Cosby, a man admired and respected, led a double life as a serial rapist who drugs his victims. More than 50 women have come forward. They remained silent for decades. Until now. Beverly Johnson, the first black model to grace the cover of Vogue, and four other alleged victims describe the shock and horror they experienced, and why they kept their secret for so long. How many accusers will it take before the women are believed?

Wed 29th March

Sins and Secrets

Fresno - Part farm town, part big city. In 2003, Fresno's two sides would collide in the form of unprecedented evil. Nurse Tim Schuster and his wife Larissa moved to central California when Larissa landed a prestigious job as a chemist in an agriculture lab. But the Schusters' marriage eventually spiraled into bitter divorce. When Tim lost his job and disappeared soon after, friends feared suicide. But that fear paled in comparison to finding Tim's body days later, partially dissolved in a bin of hydrochloric acid.

Wed 29th March

Crime Stories

After a lengthy tapped interrogation, a 14-year-old confesses to the murder of his 12-year-old sister. Did he do it? A revealing look at a false confession.

Wed 29th March

Noon

Crime Investigation Australia

This chilling episode details the long and difficult investigation which began with the disappearance of 18-year-old secretary Sarah Spiers on Australia Day, 1996. The new information has been kept secret by police until now for fear its release could jeopardise the investigation. Now, for the first time, it's being shown to the public and viewers will be asked to look closely and to call Crimestoppers if they believe they can help.

Wed 29th March

Monster In My Family

Omar Mateen shocked America as the perpetrator of the biggest mass shooting in modern US history. Now, Mateen's ex-wife, Sitora Yusufiy, discloses stunning details of how the man she fell in love with changed into a monster right before her eyes. Meanwhile, survivors of the Pulse Nightclub shooting reveal the horror of that night and share remarkable stories of friends who fell victim in this tragic crime.

Wed 29th March

Vanity Fair Confidential

It is a story that shocked the country. Women claiming that Bill Cosby, a man admired and respected, led a double life as a serial rapist who drugs his victims. More than 50 women have come forward. They remained silent for decades. Until now. Beverly Johnson, the first black model to grace the cover of Vogue, and four other alleged victims describe the shock and horror they experienced, and why they kept their secret for so long. How many accusers will it take before the women are believed?

Wed 29th March

Cold Blood

The wealthy enclave of Coconut Grove in Miami rarely sees trouble. Until Jose Calvo, an upstanding family man, is shot in the head at close range in his driveway and robbed of his Rolex watch. Police move fast to catch his killer but are stonewalled by a bizarre web of intrigue. Investigators learn that Calvo's wife, Denise, is not only an eyewitness but she also shot the killer as he fled. Alarm bells go off when Denise's gun is listed as stolen. While she claims it was her husband's, police dig deeper into the couple's personal life and find it's riddled with troubles. Jose's business had recently filed for bankruptcy. Denise has a cocaine habit. In a bizarre twist, she was buying drugs from the prime suspect's mum. The questions keep piling up. Is this a robbery gone bad or a murder for hire?

Wed 29th March

Sins and Secrets

Auburn, Alabama - A safe college town deep in the heart of Dixie. But in the spring of 2008, a heinous crime would grip students and residents with fear when freshman Lauren Burk was found naked and shot to death on the side of a local highway. Minutes later, Lauren's car was found in flames on campus. After eliminating those closest to Lauren, investigators started to make connections to a string of missing coeds across the southeast. But as police explored the possibility of a serial killer, another crime spree lead them down a different path, one that would bring Lauren's killer to justice.

Wed 29th March

Crime Stories

Southern California physicians Kenneth and Carolyn Stahl's bodies are found on a desolate stretch of desert highway. A number of possible suspects in the high pressure investigation are pursued, and at one point, even a double suicide theory is advanced by police. For months the police investigation goes nowhere until homicide investigators uncover new phone records that reveal that life on easy street was a living hell for a devoted wife. Dr Carolyn Stahl's husband Dr Kenneth Stahl, was having an affair with his young medical secretary Adriane Vasco. When detectives repeatedly grill Vasco she finally makes a startling confession.

Wed 29th March

Evening

Cops

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

Wed 29th March

Cops

Officers from the Newport News Police Department in Virginia put a stop to a pursuit in progress and deal with an unstable suspect who claims to have called the police for assistance. Next, a routine traffic stop takes a turn when officers from the Alameda County Sheriff's Office find a bag of marijuana and evidence of a pending transaction through text messages. Finally, the Las Vegas Metro Police Department respond to a domestic violence call after a man and his stepson engage in a heated verbal argument.

Wed 29th March

Crimes That Shook Australia

Five-year-old Darcey Freeman suffered a horrific death at the hands of her father on the 29th January 2009. Driving her to her first day at school, he callously threw her off a bridge in Melbourne, in front of her two older brothers. Arthur Freeman was sentenced to 32 years in prison in 2011. He blamed a bitter custody battle with his ex-wife for his actions.

Wed 29th March

The Killing Season

After a private investigator's alarming revelation that there are long haul truckers moonlighting as serial killers terrorising America's interstate system, Josh and Rachel begin a cross-country journey to research these killers on wheels. While hitchhiking, the filmmakers encounter women who work truck stops, despairingly referred to as 'lot lizards', and hear first-hand accounts of the dangers they experience every day. As Josh and Rachel delve deeper, they uncover systemic failures in law enforcement allowing these mobile killers to run wild. A disturbing confession by a former trucker, serving a life sentence for murder, propels Josh and Rachel on a hunt for his accomplices. When a potential serial killer turns up dead in West Virginia, the investigation takes a surprising turn and we learn that things are not always what they seem.

Wed 29th March

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

Leah and Mike Rinder host a second Q&A session to answer the many questions posted on social media. They are joined by several special guests: Lawrence Wright, the author of Going Clear; Ray Jeffrey, one of few lawyers to take the Church on in court; and Steve Hassan, an author known for his studies in cult behaviour and deprogramming.

Wed 29th March

Cold Blood

Austin, Texas, is world famous for its laid back music scene and party spirit. Until 38-year-old, single mother, Natalie Antonetti, is savagely beaten in her sleep. Eighteen days later, Natalie succumbs to her wounds and dies, and the investigation kicks into high gear to catch her killer. Challenged by a contaminated crime scene, the investigation starts slow. Natalie's friends, Austin's counter-culture musician community, want nothing to do with the police. A composite sketch of a suspicious man seen lurking outside the apartment is drawn up but no one matches the description. It's when investigators discover a vitriolic note from a spurned lover that they establish their first real suspect, Dennis Davis. A well-known recording studio owner with a boyish charm, Dennis had a rocky relationship with the victim, but he has strong ties to her son, an alibi, and doesn't match the composite sketch. Two months later, an unrelated rape pulls in a new suspect who matches the description but refuses to confess. The case suffers a major blow when the lead detective is diagnosed with cancer and dies two months later. Twenty-one years later, Austin police get a stunning phone call that turns the case red-hot and a new detective works tirelessly to serve justice and put Natalie's memory to rest.

Wed 29th March

Crimes That Shook Australia

Five-year-old Darcey Freeman suffered a horrific death at the hands of her father on the 29th January 2009. Driving her to her first day at school, he callously threw her off a bridge in Melbourne, in front of her two older brothers. Arthur Freeman was sentenced to 32 years in prison in 2011. He blamed a bitter custody battle with his ex-wife for his actions.

Thu 30th March

Morning

The Killing Season

After a private investigator's alarming revelation that there are long haul truckers moonlighting as serial killers terrorising America's interstate system, Josh and Rachel begin a cross-country journey to research these killers on wheels. While hitchhiking, the filmmakers encounter women who work truck stops, despairingly referred to as 'lot lizards', and hear first-hand accounts of the dangers they experience every day. As Josh and Rachel delve deeper, they uncover systemic failures in law enforcement allowing these mobile killers to run wild. A disturbing confession by a former trucker, serving a life sentence for murder, propels Josh and Rachel on a hunt for his accomplices. When a potential serial killer turns up dead in West Virginia, the investigation takes a surprising turn and we learn that things are not always what they seem.

Thu 30th March

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

Leah and Mike Rinder host a second Q&A session to answer the many questions posted on social media. They are joined by several special guests: Lawrence Wright, the author of Going Clear; Ray Jeffrey, one of few lawyers to take the Church on in court; and Steve Hassan, an author known for his studies in cult behaviour and deprogramming.

Thu 30th March

Forensic Files

A brutal murder, lots of suspects, and conflicting evidence; the forensics were clear on one thing - the killer knew his victim. That alone gave investigators a head start.

Thu 30th March

Traffic Cops

PC Pat Langley goes after a gang of young burglars who break into people's homes, take their car keys, and then drive away in the family motor. Langley gets involved in a hair-raising, high-speed chase, at speeds of 120mph, on the motorway hard shoulder. Meanwhile, other members of the Sheffield-based traffic unit are dealing with a case of road rage - the drivers of a giant truck and a saloon car end up trading blows and insults, with tragic results: the car driver loses a leg. And the strange case of the woman driver who ends up in the front drive of a house, with two children beneath her car. When she drives off and leaves them, the traffic cops get involved. She's found drunk and drugged, only because the police link a mud flap from her car to the scene of the crime.

Thu 30th March

Cold Blood

Austin, Texas, is world famous for its laid back music scene and party spirit. Until 38-year-old, single mother, Natalie Antonetti, is savagely beaten in her sleep. Eighteen days later, Natalie succumbs to her wounds and dies, and the investigation kicks into high gear to catch her killer. Challenged by a contaminated crime scene, the investigation starts slow. Natalie's friends, Austin's counter-culture musician community, want nothing to do with the police. A composite sketch of a suspicious man seen lurking outside the apartment is drawn up but no one matches the description. It's when investigators discover a vitriolic note from a spurned lover that they establish their first real suspect, Dennis Davis. A well-known recording studio owner with a boyish charm, Dennis had a rocky relationship with the victim, but he has strong ties to her son, an alibi, and doesn't match the composite sketch. Two months later, an unrelated rape pulls in a new suspect who matches the description but refuses to confess. The case suffers a major blow when the lead detective is diagnosed with cancer and dies two months later. Twenty-one years later, Austin police get a stunning phone call that turns the case red-hot and a new detective works tirelessly to serve justice and put Natalie's memory to rest.

Thu 30th March

North Mission Road

A body is pulled from the ground in a forest outside Los Angeles. All investigators can tell is that the victim was a man, for his head, hands and feet have been severed to prevent anyone from ever identifying him. But will a small scar spill the secret of who this man was and more importantly, who killed him?

Thu 30th March

Cops Uncut

A 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 30th March

Cops

Officers from the Newport News Police Department in Virginia put a stop to a pursuit in progress and deal with an unstable suspect who claims to have called the police for assistance. Next, a routine traffic stop takes a turn when officers from the Alameda County Sheriff's Office find a bag of marijuana and evidence of a pending transaction through text messages. Finally, the Las Vegas Metro Police Department respond to a domestic violence call after a man and his stepson engage in a heated verbal argument.

Thu 30th March

Crime Stories

Southern California physicians Kenneth and Carolyn Stahl's bodies are found on a desolate stretch of desert highway. A number of possible suspects in the high pressure investigation are pursued, and at one point, even a double suicide theory is advanced by police. For months the police investigation goes nowhere until homicide investigators uncover new phone records that reveal that life on easy street was a living hell for a devoted wife. Dr Carolyn Stahl's husband Dr Kenneth Stahl, was having an affair with his young medical secretary Adriane Vasco. When detectives repeatedly grill Vasco she finally makes a startling confession.

Thu 30th March

Traffic Cops

PC Pat Langley goes after a gang of young burglars who break into people's homes, take their car keys, and then drive away in the family motor. Langley gets involved in a hair-raising, high-speed chase, at speeds of 120mph, on the motorway hard shoulder. Meanwhile, other members of the Sheffield-based traffic unit are dealing with a case of road rage - the drivers of a giant truck and a saloon car end up trading blows and insults, with tragic results: the car driver loses a leg. And the strange case of the woman driver who ends up in the front drive of a house, with two children beneath her car. When she drives off and leaves them, the traffic cops get involved. She's found drunk and drugged, only because the police link a mud flap from her car to the scene of the crime.

Thu 30th March

Crimes That Shook Australia

Five-year-old Darcey Freeman suffered a horrific death at the hands of her father on the 29th January 2009. Driving her to her first day at school, he callously threw her off a bridge in Melbourne, in front of her two older brothers. Arthur Freeman was sentenced to 32 years in prison in 2011. He blamed a bitter custody battle with his ex-wife for his actions.

Thu 30th March

The Killing Season

After a private investigator's alarming revelation that there are long haul truckers moonlighting as serial killers terrorising America's interstate system, Josh and Rachel begin a cross-country journey to research these killers on wheels. While hitchhiking, the filmmakers encounter women who work truck stops, despairingly referred to as 'lot lizards', and hear first-hand accounts of the dangers they experience every day. As Josh and Rachel delve deeper, they uncover systemic failures in law enforcement allowing these mobile killers to run wild. A disturbing confession by a former trucker, serving a life sentence for murder, propels Josh and Rachel on a hunt for his accomplices. When a potential serial killer turns up dead in West Virginia, the investigation takes a surprising turn and we learn that things are not always what they seem.

Thu 30th March

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

Leah and Mike Rinder host a second Q&A session to answer the many questions posted on social media. They are joined by several special guests: Lawrence Wright, the author of Going Clear; Ray Jeffrey, one of few lawyers to take the Church on in court; and Steve Hassan, an author known for his studies in cult behaviour and deprogramming.

Thu 30th March

Sins and Secrets

Auburn, Alabama - A safe college town deep in the heart of Dixie. But in the spring of 2008, a heinous crime would grip students and residents with fear when freshman Lauren Burk was found naked and shot to death on the side of a local highway. Minutes later, Lauren's car was found in flames on campus. After eliminating those closest to Lauren, investigators started to make connections to a string of missing coeds across the southeast. But as police explored the possibility of a serial killer, another crime spree lead them down a different path, one that would bring Lauren's killer to justice.

Thu 30th March

Crime Stories

Southern California physicians Kenneth and Carolyn Stahl's bodies are found on a desolate stretch of desert highway. A number of possible suspects in the high pressure investigation are pursued, and at one point, even a double suicide theory is advanced by police. For months the police investigation goes nowhere until homicide investigators uncover new phone records that reveal that life on easy street was a living hell for a devoted wife. Dr Carolyn Stahl's husband Dr Kenneth Stahl, was having an affair with his young medical secretary Adriane Vasco. When detectives repeatedly grill Vasco she finally makes a startling confession.

Thu 30th March

Noon

Crimes That Shook Australia

Five-year-old Darcey Freeman suffered a horrific death at the hands of her father on the 29th January 2009. Driving her to her first day at school, he callously threw her off a bridge in Melbourne, in front of her two older brothers. Arthur Freeman was sentenced to 32 years in prison in 2011. He blamed a bitter custody battle with his ex-wife for his actions.

Thu 30th March

The Killing Season

After a private investigator's alarming revelation that there are long haul truckers moonlighting as serial killers terrorising America's interstate system, Josh and Rachel begin a cross-country journey to research these killers on wheels. While hitchhiking, the filmmakers encounter women who work truck stops, despairingly referred to as 'lot lizards', and hear first-hand accounts of the dangers they experience every day. As Josh and Rachel delve deeper, they uncover systemic failures in law enforcement allowing these mobile killers to run wild. A disturbing confession by a former trucker, serving a life sentence for murder, propels Josh and Rachel on a hunt for his accomplices. When a potential serial killer turns up dead in West Virginia, the investigation takes a surprising turn and we learn that things are not always what they seem.

Thu 30th March

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

Leah and Mike Rinder host a second Q&A session to answer the many questions posted on social media. They are joined by several special guests: Lawrence Wright, the author of Going Clear; Ray Jeffrey, one of few lawyers to take the Church on in court; and Steve Hassan, an author known for his studies in cult behaviour and deprogramming.

Thu 30th March

Cold Blood

Austin, Texas, is world famous for its laid back music scene and party spirit. Until 38-year-old, single mother, Natalie Antonetti, is savagely beaten in her sleep. Eighteen days later, Natalie succumbs to her wounds and dies, and the investigation kicks into high gear to catch her killer. Challenged by a contaminated crime scene, the investigation starts slow. Natalie's friends, Austin's counter-culture musician community, want nothing to do with the police. A composite sketch of a suspicious man seen lurking outside the apartment is drawn up but no one matches the description. It's when investigators discover a vitriolic note from a spurned lover that they establish their first real suspect, Dennis Davis. A well-known recording studio owner with a boyish charm, Dennis had a rocky relationship with the victim, but he has strong ties to her son, an alibi, and doesn't match the composite sketch. Two months later, an unrelated rape pulls in a new suspect who matches the description but refuses to confess. The case suffers a major blow when the lead detective is diagnosed with cancer and dies two months later. Twenty-one years later, Austin police get a stunning phone call that turns the case red-hot and a new detective works tirelessly to serve justice and put Natalie's memory to rest.

Thu 30th March

Sins and Secrets

Every city has its secret. Every city has a dark side. Sins and Secrets profiles a notorious crime - one whose unique details exposed the dark underbelly of the community where it took place. As the investigation beats of each episode unfold, the mystery, scandal, and tabloid allure generated both reveal and forever alters the city. Blood has been shed, and the town will never be the same.

Thu 30th March

Crime Stories

A twenty-something social misfit and his girlfriend steal over $6 million in cash and valuables from wealthy Dallas 'royalty'. Depicts the successful, decade-long pursuit of Mitch Shaw and Jennifer Dolan by Dallas detectives who use cutting edge techniques and hard-nosed investigation tactics to recover the valuable possessions of Big D's wealthiest women. The cat and mouse game between the detectives and Shaw and Dolan are fascinating and become the focus of the program.

Thu 30th March

Evening

Cops

When our cops respond to a domestic violence case, they discover hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.

Thu 30th March

Cops

The Atlanta Police Department responds to an officer assistance call after a suspect flees from the police, and upon further investigation, they discover that the suspect's vehicle was stolen. Then, officers from the Kansas City Police Department confront two teenagers in possession of concealed weapons. Finally, officers from the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office in Florida interrogate two occupants of a car for suspicious drug activity after they discover a large amount of prescription pills in the vehicle.

Thu 30th March

Homicide Hunter

In his first year on the police force, rookie patrol officer Joe Kenda quickly learns the ropes and makes a name for himself. But on one fateful night, Kenda's instincts lead him to discover a brawling mob spilling out into a bar parking lot. When he tries to single-handedly break it up, he finds himself in the deep end and is soon facing down gunfire. Kenda must struggle between his duties as a patrol officer and his desire to help the homicide detectives catch the man who nearly killed him.

Thu 30th March

Snapped: She Made Me Do It

True stories of women accused of manipulating men to do their evil bidding. Although the crimes differ in nature, they all share a common theme - a woman is credited to being the chief mastermind behind the scenes. Through witness testimonies, expert interviews and dramatic re-enactments, each episode explores criminal cases surrounding the femme fatale. From a romantic reconciliation dinner that ends in homicide to a star athlete who is discovered lifeless with mysterious wounds, viewers follow the investigation of the alleged perpetrators who claim "she made me do it." Hear both sides of the story and ultimately discover the jury's verdict. In this episode, when a family's funnel cake business at the Iowa State Fair leaves the parents dead, police turn their attention to the missing employee. But as details unravel, evidence points closer to home. Was this the consequence of an angry son-in-law or was the eldest daughter at the heart of a sinister plot fuelled by greed?

Thu 30th March

Murder Made Me Famous

In the summer of 2005, Natalee Holloway's name is everywhere. The beautiful 18-year-old is nowhere to be found. After mysteriously vanishing during a graduation trip to Aruba, the young woman's fate quickly becomes the focus of a massive investigation and an international media circus. Joran van der Sloot, a privileged young Dutch honour student and star athlete with devilishly good looks, soon becomes the prime suspect. For years, Joran taunts the media and the Holloway family with false confessions, often for his own monetary gain. It's a terrifying story of sex, murder, deception and extortion that will lead all the way to South America. A decade later, this unbelievable tragedy is still far from over.

Thu 30th March

Crimes Of The Century

Monday, March 30, 1981. A routine presidential speaking engagement becomes a national nightmare when a gunman fires six shots at Ronald Reagan on the streets of Washington DC. The President is hit as he's shoved into his limo. Three men are badly wounded. The shooter is quickly apprehended and identified as 25-year-old John W. Hinckley Jr. What follows is a chaotic rush to save Reagan's life, confusion at the White House, and an urgent investigation to find out if this is a wider plot, or the work of a lone assassin. Who is John Hinckley? And what strange journey brought him to this moment of infamy? To tell his story, we will digress in time, going backwards to peel away the layers of his life.

Thu 30th March

Homicide Hunter

In his first year on the police force, rookie patrol officer Joe Kenda quickly learns the ropes and makes a name for himself. But on one fateful night, Kenda's instincts lead him to discover a brawling mob spilling out into a bar parking lot. When he tries to single-handedly break it up, he finds himself in the deep end and is soon facing down gunfire. Kenda must struggle between his duties as a patrol officer and his desire to help the homicide detectives catch the man who nearly killed him.

Fri 31st March

Morning

Snapped: She Made Me Do It

True stories of women accused of manipulating men to do their evil bidding. Although the crimes differ in nature, they all share a common theme - a woman is credited to being the chief mastermind behind the scenes. Through witness testimonies, expert interviews and dramatic re-enactments, each episode explores criminal cases surrounding the femme fatale. From a romantic reconciliation dinner that ends in homicide to a star athlete who is discovered lifeless with mysterious wounds, viewers follow the investigation of the alleged perpetrators who claim "she made me do it." Hear both sides of the story and ultimately discover the jury's verdict. In this episode, when a family's funnel cake business at the Iowa State Fair leaves the parents dead, police turn their attention to the missing employee. But as details unravel, evidence points closer to home. Was this the consequence of an angry son-in-law or was the eldest daughter at the heart of a sinister plot fuelled by greed?

Fri 31st March

Murder Made Me Famous

In the summer of 2005, Natalee Holloway's name is everywhere. The beautiful 18-year-old is nowhere to be found. After mysteriously vanishing during a graduation trip to Aruba, the young woman's fate quickly becomes the focus of a massive investigation and an international media circus. Joran van der Sloot, a privileged young Dutch honour student and star athlete with devilishly good looks, soon becomes the prime suspect. For years, Joran taunts the media and the Holloway family with false confessions, often for his own monetary gain. It's a terrifying story of sex, murder, deception and extortion that will lead all the way to South America. A decade later, this unbelievable tragedy is still far from over.

Fri 31st March

Forensic Files

A serial killer was on the loose and police had to find him before he struck again. Their most promising lead was an unusual one: a bloody fingerprint on the body of one of the victims.

Fri 31st March

Traffic Cops

South Yorkshire traffic officers continue their fight against the counties car criminals who come out after dark. For the short-staffed traffic cops, it's the busiest and the most dangerous shift as car and bike thieves pit their wits against the police. Accidents are also on the increase in the county, especially at night. Drink is often the cause: last year over 1500 drunk drivers were caught and prosecuted, but it's the tip of the iceberg.

Fri 31st March

Crimes Of The Century

Monday, March 30, 1981. A routine presidential speaking engagement becomes a national nightmare when a gunman fires six shots at Ronald Reagan on the streets of Washington DC. The President is hit as he's shoved into his limo. Three men are badly wounded. The shooter is quickly apprehended and identified as 25-year-old John W. Hinckley Jr. What follows is a chaotic rush to save Reagan's life, confusion at the White House, and an urgent investigation to find out if this is a wider plot, or the work of a lone assassin. Who is John Hinckley? And what strange journey brought him to this moment of infamy? To tell his story, we will digress in time, going backwards to peel away the layers of his life.

Fri 31st March

North Mission Road

What at first glance seems like the robbery-gone-wrong turns into something much more sinister as the team from NMR investigates the beating death of a woman. The crime scene and victim serve up few clues as to who might have done this and why until one dogged investigator makes a simple phone call. Will that phone call crack the door open on a case with few clues and even fewer leads? Will microscopic evidence prove to be the crucial link that identifies both the killer and the motive?

Fri 31st March

Cops Uncut

A 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 31st March

Cops

The Atlanta Police Department responds to an officer assistance call after a suspect flees from the police, and upon further investigation, they discover that the suspect's vehicle was stolen. Then, officers from the Kansas City Police Department confront two teenagers in possession of concealed weapons. Finally, officers from the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office in Florida interrogate two occupants of a car for suspicious drug activity after they discover a large amount of prescription pills in the vehicle.

Fri 31st March

Crime Stories

A twenty-something social misfit and his girlfriend steal over $6 million in cash and valuables from wealthy Dallas 'royalty'. Depicts the successful, decade-long pursuit of Mitch Shaw and Jennifer Dolan by Dallas detectives who use cutting edge techniques and hard-nosed investigation tactics to recover the valuable possessions of Big D's wealthiest women. The cat and mouse game between the detectives and Shaw and Dolan are fascinating and become the focus of the program.

Fri 31st March

Traffic Cops

South Yorkshire traffic officers continue their fight against the counties car criminals who come out after dark. For the short-staffed traffic cops, it's the busiest and the most dangerous shift as car and bike thieves pit their wits against the police. Accidents are also on the increase in the county, especially at night. Drink is often the cause: last year over 1500 drunk drivers were caught and prosecuted, but it's the tip of the iceberg.

Fri 31st March

Homicide Hunter

In his first year on the police force, rookie patrol officer Joe Kenda quickly learns the ropes and makes a name for himself. But on one fateful night, Kenda's instincts lead him to discover a brawling mob spilling out into a bar parking lot. When he tries to single-handedly break it up, he finds himself in the deep end and is soon facing down gunfire. Kenda must struggle between his duties as a patrol officer and his desire to help the homicide detectives catch the man who nearly killed him.

Fri 31st March

Killer Kids

In deeply rural Bellefontaine, Ohio, police discover six people murdered in two adjacent farmhouses on a 450 acre dairy farm. The victims primarily comprise of three generations of one family. One lone survivor clings to life in intensive care as police desperately attempt to communicate with her to identify the killer. In the gritty urban neighbourhood of Northeast, Philadelphia, firemen respond to an abandoned building on fire and find the burned corpse of a nine year old neighbourhood girl inside. With no leads for almost a year, the case grows cold until police receive a shocking lead from a brave young girl in the neighbourhood.

Fri 31st March

Murder Made Me Famous

In the summer of 2005, Natalee Holloway's name is everywhere. The beautiful 18-year-old is nowhere to be found. After mysteriously vanishing during a graduation trip to Aruba, the young woman's fate quickly becomes the focus of a massive investigation and an international media circus. Joran van der Sloot, a privileged young Dutch honour student and star athlete with devilishly good looks, soon becomes the prime suspect. For years, Joran taunts the media and the Holloway family with false confessions, often for his own monetary gain. It's a terrifying story of sex, murder, deception and extortion that will lead all the way to South America. A decade later, this unbelievable tragedy is still far from over.

Fri 31st March

Sins and Secrets

Every city has its secret. Every city has a dark side. Sins and Secrets profiles a notorious crime - one whose unique details exposed the dark underbelly of the community where it took place. As the investigation beats of each episode unfold, the mystery, scandal, and tabloid allure generated both reveal and forever alters the city. Blood has been shed, and the town will never be the same.

Fri 31st March

Crime Stories

A twenty-something social misfit and his girlfriend steal over $6 million in cash and valuables from wealthy Dallas 'royalty'. Depicts the successful, decade-long pursuit of Mitch Shaw and Jennifer Dolan by Dallas detectives who use cutting edge techniques and hard-nosed investigation tactics to recover the valuable possessions of Big D's wealthiest women. The cat and mouse game between the detectives and Shaw and Dolan are fascinating and become the focus of the program.

Fri 31st March

Noon

Homicide Hunter

In his first year on the police force, rookie patrol officer Joe Kenda quickly learns the ropes and makes a name for himself. But on one fateful night, Kenda's instincts lead him to discover a brawling mob spilling out into a bar parking lot. When he tries to single-handedly break it up, he finds himself in the deep end and is soon facing down gunfire. Kenda must struggle between his duties as a patrol officer and his desire to help the homicide detectives catch the man who nearly killed him.

Fri 31st March

Snapped: She Made Me Do It

True stories of women accused of manipulating men to do their evil bidding. Although the crimes differ in nature, they all share a common theme - a woman is credited to being the chief mastermind behind the scenes. Through witness testimonies, expert interviews and dramatic re-enactments, each episode explores criminal cases surrounding the femme fatale. From a romantic reconciliation dinner that ends in homicide to a star athlete who is discovered lifeless with mysterious wounds, viewers follow the investigation of the alleged perpetrators who claim "she made me do it." Hear both sides of the story and ultimately discover the jury's verdict. In this episode, when a family's funnel cake business at the Iowa State Fair leaves the parents dead, police turn their attention to the missing employee. But as details unravel, evidence points closer to home. Was this the consequence of an angry son-in-law or was the eldest daughter at the heart of a sinister plot fuelled by greed?

Fri 31st March

Murder Made Me Famous

In the summer of 2005, Natalee Holloway's name is everywhere. The beautiful 18-year-old is nowhere to be found. After mysteriously vanishing during a graduation trip to Aruba, the young woman's fate quickly becomes the focus of a massive investigation and an international media circus. Joran van der Sloot, a privileged young Dutch honour student and star athlete with devilishly good looks, soon becomes the prime suspect. For years, Joran taunts the media and the Holloway family with false confessions, often for his own monetary gain. It's a terrifying story of sex, murder, deception and extortion that will lead all the way to South America. A decade later, this unbelievable tragedy is still far from over.

Fri 31st March

Crimes Of The Century

Monday, March 30, 1981. A routine presidential speaking engagement becomes a national nightmare when a gunman fires six shots at Ronald Reagan on the streets of Washington DC. The President is hit as he's shoved into his limo. Three men are badly wounded. The shooter is quickly apprehended and identified as 25-year-old John W. Hinckley Jr. What follows is a chaotic rush to save Reagan's life, confusion at the White House, and an urgent investigation to find out if this is a wider plot, or the work of a lone assassin. Who is John Hinckley? And what strange journey brought him to this moment of infamy? To tell his story, we will digress in time, going backwards to peel away the layers of his life.

Fri 31st March

Sins and Secrets

Every city has its secret. Every city has a dark side. Sins and Secrets profiles a notorious crime - one whose unique details exposed the dark underbelly of the community where it took place. As the investigation beats of each episode unfold, the mystery, scandal, and tabloid allure generated both reveal and forever alters the city. Blood has been shed, and the town will never be the same.

Fri 31st March

Born to Kill?

Neilson, known previously as Donald Nappey, married 20-year-old Irene Tate in April 1955 at the age of 18. His wife persuaded him to leave the army. After his daughter's birth, Nappey changed the family name to Neilson so that the little girl would not suffer the bullying and abuse he had endured at school. A jobbing builder, Neilson turned to crime when his business failed. It is believed he committed over 400 house burglaries without detection. Before he became notorious as The Black Panther he was sought under a variety of nicknames. He adopted a different modus operandi every few weeks. For example he would steal a radio from each house and abandon it nearby, then when that pattern of behaviour was established, he would drop it and do something else. His crimes became progressively more violent as he sought to protect himself from occupants prepared to put up a resistance to defend their property. Neilson's first three murders occurred in 1974. Lesley Whittle was a 17-year-old girl and was Neilson's youngest victim. Whittle was the daughter of noted coach transport business owner George Whittle, who had left his entire fortune to his second wife and their children, Ronald and Lesley. After reading about a family dispute over George's will, and three years of planning, on January 14 1975, Neilson entered their home and kidnapped Lesley from her bedroom. Neilson calculated that the family would not miss 50,000 pounds of their fortune, and so made a subsequent demand via a note left at the family home for that sum. A series of police bungles and other circumstances meant that Whittle's brother Ronald was unable to deliver the ransom money to the place and time demanded by the kidnapper. Whittle's body was found on March 7 1975, hanging from a wire at the bottom of the drainage shaft where he had tethered her in a park.

Fri 31st March

Evening

Cops

When a suspect is tired of living on the streets, he steals a car in hopes of going back into the pen.

Fri 31st March

Cops

Officers from the Las Vegas Police Department investigate a woman who refused to pay her taxi fare. Then, the Portland Police Bureau questions two men after officers receive two separate calls regarding a fight involving a knife. Finally, officers from the Broward County Sheriff's Office respond to a robbery-on-foot call involving a tourist chasing after a man who allegedly stole his gold necklace.

Fri 31st March

Bullies

Cyber bullying is a rapidly growing problem in New Zealand. As technology explodes, so do the haters, inciting self-harm and suicide. Calls to helplines are growing. One in five people report extreme online harassment. How can we possibly govern the digital frontier and stop the trolls from taking over?

Fri 31st March

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, this program gives access to the stories of the heartbroken victims and the heartless criminals they loved, offering a rare insight to the criminal mind. It 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 31st March

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, known for raping his victims and then butchering them in their bathtubs, a notorious serial killer is terrorising the Dallas-Fort Worth area. And Adriane Fields just can't shake the sinister feeling she's next. The 22-year-old senses someone is watching her every move and is convinced that the 'Bathtub Killer' is coming for her. Meanwhile, with several confirmed attacks, police have both DNA and a fingerprint, but without a physical description the case stalls. That is, until the mysterious predator strikes again leaving another battered victim clinging to life in her sorority house. Investigators now focus on hunting down suspects that fit the description. But they're in a race against time and Adriane's anxiety is spiralling out of control.

Fri 31st March

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

"Anyone is capable of murder: it's just if you're pushed to that point" warns an inmate. In the dangerous, pressure cooker environment of New Mexico's prisons, the tension between inmates and rookie Corrections Officers have reached a boiling point. Israel refuses to follow prison protocol when a former SNM gang member intimidates him. Mangin and Cordova must subdue a gang member after he threatens and provokes them. Lilly assists an elite gang unit searching for drugs in inmate mail, and Purto must discharge a high-risk inmate who may pose a new threat when he returns to the streets.

Fri 31st March

Dark Temptations

If you think you've seen every motive for murder - think again. This show pries open the lid of worlds where weird obsessions turn deadly. The bizarre temptations behind these murders shocked even the toughest law enforcers. Meet the married man with a shoe fetish that accelerates into serial killing, the cannibal craving fresh human meat, the voodoo priest who uses black magic to entrap vulnerable women, the teenagers who act out their murderous rap lyrics, the snake-handling preacher who uses serpents to stop his wife's sin and the businessman who goes to horrifying lengths to remove his own leg. Explore the intriguing psychology of how twisted the human mind can become. Interviews with investigators, friends and victims, coupled with dark and dramatic recreations, throw open these secret lives. Come on a suspenseful slide to the darker side.

Sat 1st 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. At only 5 years of age, Olivia graphically describes her pioneer family living with Native Americans and ultimately being murdered. Across the country, Auguste vividly recalls a tribal rite of passage and displays expertise and knowledge of ancient weapons. This episode follows the intense experience of two families struggling to understand their children's past life memories.

Sat 1st 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, known for raping his victims and then butchering them in their bathtubs, a notorious serial killer is terrorising the Dallas-Fort Worth area. And Adriane Fields just can't shake the sinister feeling she's next. The 22-year-old senses someone is watching her every move and is convinced that the 'Bathtub Killer' is coming for her. Meanwhile, with several confirmed attacks, police have both DNA and a fingerprint, but without a physical description the case stalls. That is, until the mysterious predator strikes again leaving another battered victim clinging to life in her sorority house. Investigators now focus on hunting down suspects that fit the description. But they're in a race against time and Adriane's anxiety is spiralling out of control.

Sat 1st April

Forensic Files

Two young women were brutally murdered in Napa, California on Halloween night. The killer left his DNA behind, and a groundbreaking test revealed his race and even the colour of his eyes and hair. Technology was able to tell investigators what he looked like... now all they had to do was find him.

Sat 1st April

Traffic Cops

Trouble ahead in South Yorkshire: a routine "no road tax" stop turns into serious road rage and a drink driver with "attitude" tries to hoodwink the system.

Sat 1st April

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

"Anyone is capable of murder: it's just if you're pushed to that point" warns an inmate. In the dangerous, pressure cooker environment of New Mexico's prisons, the tension between inmates and rookie Corrections Officers have reached a boiling point. Israel refuses to follow prison protocol when a former SNM gang member intimidates him. Mangin and Cordova must subdue a gang member after he threatens and provokes them. Lilly assists an elite gang unit searching for drugs in inmate mail, and Purto must discharge a high-risk inmate who may pose a new threat when he returns to the streets.

Sat 1st April

North Mission Road

Cops find a head and feet in two plastic bags discarded in Angeles National Forest near Los Angeles. The autopsy reveals the victim is a male and little else. Who is he? Who killed him? And why? Can a forensic artist help solve the mystery?

Sat 1st April

Cops Uncut

A 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 1st April

Cops

Officers from the Las Vegas Police Department investigate a woman who refused to pay her taxi fare. Then, the Portland Police Bureau questions two men after officers receive two separate calls regarding a fight involving a knife. Finally, officers from the Broward County Sheriff's Office respond to a robbery-on-foot call involving a tourist chasing after a man who allegedly stole his gold necklace.

Sat 1st April

Born to Kill?

Neilson, known previously as Donald Nappey, married 20-year-old Irene Tate in April 1955 at the age of 18. His wife persuaded him to leave the army. After his daughter's birth, Nappey changed the family name to Neilson so that the little girl would not suffer the bullying and abuse he had endured at school. A jobbing builder, Neilson turned to crime when his business failed. It is believed he committed over 400 house burglaries without detection. Before he became notorious as The Black Panther he was sought under a variety of nicknames. He adopted a different modus operandi every few weeks. For example he would steal a radio from each house and abandon it nearby, then when that pattern of behaviour was established, he would drop it and do something else. His crimes became progressively more violent as he sought to protect himself from occupants prepared to put up a resistance to defend their property. Neilson's first three murders occurred in 1974. Lesley Whittle was a 17-year-old girl and was Neilson's youngest victim. Whittle was the daughter of noted coach transport business owner George Whittle, who had left his entire fortune to his second wife and their children, Ronald and Lesley. After reading about a family dispute over George's will, and three years of planning, on January 14 1975, Neilson entered their home and kidnapped Lesley from her bedroom. Neilson calculated that the family would not miss 50,000 pounds of their fortune, and so made a subsequent demand via a note left at the family home for that sum. A series of police bungles and other circumstances meant that Whittle's brother Ronald was unable to deliver the ransom money to the place and time demanded by the kidnapper. Whittle's body was found on March 7 1975, hanging from a wire at the bottom of the drainage shaft where he had tethered her in a park.

Sat 1st April

Traffic Cops

Trouble ahead in South Yorkshire: a routine "no road tax" stop turns into serious road rage and a drink driver with "attitude" tries to hoodwink the system.

Sat 1st April

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, this program gives access to the stories of the heartbroken victims and the heartless criminals they loved, offering a rare insight to the criminal mind. It 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 1st April

Bullies

Cyber bullying is a rapidly growing problem in New Zealand. As technology explodes, so do the haters, inciting self-harm and suicide. Calls to helplines are growing. One in five people report extreme online harassment. How can we possibly govern the digital frontier and stop the trolls from taking over?

Sat 1st 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, known for raping his victims and then butchering them in their bathtubs, a notorious serial killer is terrorising the Dallas-Fort Worth area. And Adriane Fields just can't shake the sinister feeling she's next. The 22-year-old senses someone is watching her every move and is convinced that the 'Bathtub Killer' is coming for her. Meanwhile, with several confirmed attacks, police have both DNA and a fingerprint, but without a physical description the case stalls. That is, until the mysterious predator strikes again leaving another battered victim clinging to life in her sorority house. Investigators now focus on hunting down suspects that fit the description. But they're in a race against time and Adriane's anxiety is spiralling out of control.

Sat 1st April

Sins and Secrets

Every city has its secret. Every city has a dark side. Sins and Secrets profiles a notorious crime - one whose unique details exposed the dark underbelly of the community where it took place. As the investigation beats of each episode unfold, the mystery, scandal, and tabloid allure generated both reveal and forever alters the city. Blood has been shed, and the town will never be the same.

Sat 1st April

Born to Kill?

Neilson, known previously as Donald Nappey, married 20-year-old Irene Tate in April 1955 at the age of 18. His wife persuaded him to leave the army. After his daughter's birth, Nappey changed the family name to Neilson so that the little girl would not suffer the bullying and abuse he had endured at school. A jobbing builder, Neilson turned to crime when his business failed. It is believed he committed over 400 house burglaries without detection. Before he became notorious as The Black Panther he was sought under a variety of nicknames. He adopted a different modus operandi every few weeks. For example he would steal a radio from each house and abandon it nearby, then when that pattern of behaviour was established, he would drop it and do something else. His crimes became progressively more violent as he sought to protect himself from occupants prepared to put up a resistance to defend their property. Neilson's first three murders occurred in 1974. Lesley Whittle was a 17-year-old girl and was Neilson's youngest victim. Whittle was the daughter of noted coach transport business owner George Whittle, who had left his entire fortune to his second wife and their children, Ronald and Lesley. After reading about a family dispute over George's will, and three years of planning, on January 14 1975, Neilson entered their home and kidnapped Lesley from her bedroom. Neilson calculated that the family would not miss 50,000 pounds of their fortune, and so made a subsequent demand via a note left at the family home for that sum. A series of police bungles and other circumstances meant that Whittle's brother Ronald was unable to deliver the ransom money to the place and time demanded by the kidnapper. Whittle's body was found on March 7 1975, hanging from a wire at the bottom of the drainage shaft where he had tethered her in a park.

Sat 1st April

Noon

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, this program gives access to the stories of the heartbroken victims and the heartless criminals they loved, offering a rare insight to the criminal mind. It 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 1st April

Cold Case Files

The murder of scientist Helena Greenwood, who was helping to develop DNA forensic technology when she died, is solved 12 years later with the help of DNA evidence. A Los Angeles County prosecutor uses criminal profiling to nab the notorious South Bay Rapist.

Sat 1st April

Cold Case Files

Forty-one years after the crime, a woman implicates her brother and cousin in the murder of a New Jersey policeman. And members of the Vidocq Society, a group of law enforcement professionals who volunteer their expertise to crack difficult cases, find blood splatter evidence that helps solve a Texas murder.

Sat 1st April

Cold Case Files

A sunset boat ride in Florida leads to death for a vacationing woman and her two daughters, and police investigate a Texas man whose three wives all died in mysterious circumstances.

Sat 1st April

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

"Anyone is capable of murder: it's just if you're pushed to that point" warns an inmate. In the dangerous, pressure cooker environment of New Mexico's prisons, the tension between inmates and rookie Corrections Officers have reached a boiling point. Israel refuses to follow prison protocol when a former SNM gang member intimidates him. Mangin and Cordova must subdue a gang member after he threatens and provokes them. Lilly assists an elite gang unit searching for drugs in inmate mail, and Purto must discharge a high-risk inmate who may pose a new threat when he returns to the streets.

Sat 1st April

Deadly Women

Beauty is skin deep. Scratch the surface and you could find an ugly soul. A gorgeous girl preys on an elderly man, a cabaret star performs a killer finale, and a farmer's wife harvests husbands. These deadly women get their way. 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.

Sat 1st April

Evening

Happily Never After

Eddie Patton is the toast of the town. Smart, funny, and wildly handsome, he thrives in every area of his life except one his love life. It's hard to find a woman who complements his work hard, play hard lifestyle. But then, he meets Tyler Walsh. Tyler is a blonde bombshell who is always the life of the party; but behind the attractive exterior and carefree attitude is a woman with a good head on her shoulders and a mind for business. Eddie knows he can't let Tyler get away and quickly drops down to one knee. Their wedding is a grand affair. Eddie and Tyler have both travelled down the aisle before so they keep it modest, yet still magical. In keeping with their "work hard" mentality, the newlyweds skip a honeymoon and dive straight into developing their real estate investments. Eddie was raised in the real estate world and delights in selling properties, while Tyler enjoys rehabbing older properties. Their personal and professional lives come together seamlessly and it's clear for all to see- this is the couple to envy. But, eleven months after wedding bells chime, Tyler comes home from running errands to a chilling surprise. The house looks as though it has been ransacked and when she calls out for Eddie, silence then, an eerie crash sends her running back to her car. Panicked, she dials 911. Police arrive and after a sweep of the home deliver shocking news to the bride: Eddie is inside, dead. Detectives must sift through tales of drug use, unsavory characters, and seedy pasts in order to find their killer.

Sat 1st 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 clueless bartender is outmatched by a deranged customer who refuses to take no for an answer, a wife's thoughtful gift rocks her marriage, and a guy falls for a gamer girl with a penchant for pain.

Sat 1st 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. John Parker is an up-and-comer who falls for his secretary, Judy, a nice girl from the wrong side of the tracks. For years, John uses his wealth and status to keep his new wife happy - and in line. But gradually Judy's romantic entanglements with a string of John's employees prove to be too much for John to bear - and an execution-style shooting outside their vacuum sales franchise blows the cover off a sinister plot, where murder is a family affair.

Sat 1st April

The Execution of Wanda Jean

Wanda Jean Allen, who was executed on January 11, 2001, was the first woman to be put to death in Oklahoma's modern history. An unflinching investigation of the role that poverty, mental health, race and sexuality play within the criminal justice system, the film follows Allen as she prepares for her clemency trial and faces her impending execution date.

Sat 1st April

The Killing Season

After a private investigator's alarming revelation that there are long haul truckers moonlighting as serial killers terrorising America's interstate system, Josh and Rachel begin a cross-country journey to research these killers on wheels. While hitchhiking, the filmmakers encounter women who work truck stops, despairingly referred to as 'lot lizards', and hear first-hand accounts of the dangers they experience every day. As Josh and Rachel delve deeper, they uncover systemic failures in law enforcement allowing these mobile killers to run wild. A disturbing confession by a former trucker, serving a life sentence for murder, propels Josh and Rachel on a hunt for his accomplices. When a potential serial killer turns up dead in West Virginia, the investigation takes a surprising turn and we learn that things are not always what they seem.

Sun 2nd 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. What would you do if your daughter said you were not her mother and believed you had taken her from her real home? How would you feel if your son continuously told you his brother had been killed in a war even though that had never happened? This episode tells the story of two families in crisis whose children cannot let go of past lives they remember living.

Sun 2nd April

The Execution of Wanda Jean

Wanda Jean Allen, who was executed on January 11, 2001, was the first woman to be put to death in Oklahoma's modern history. An unflinching investigation of the role that poverty, mental health, race and sexuality play within the criminal justice system, the film follows Allen as she prepares for her clemency trial and faces her impending execution date.

Sun 2nd 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 2nd 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 clueless bartender is outmatched by a deranged customer who refuses to take no for an answer, a wife's thoughtful gift rocks her marriage, and a guy falls for a gamer girl with a penchant for pain.

Sun 2nd 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. John Parker is an up-and-comer who falls for his secretary, Judy, a nice girl from the wrong side of the tracks. For years, John uses his wealth and status to keep his new wife happy - and in line. But gradually Judy's romantic entanglements with a string of John's employees prove to be too much for John to bear - and an execution-style shooting outside their vacuum sales franchise blows the cover off a sinister plot, where murder is a family affair.

Sun 2nd April

Deadly Women

Beauty is skin deep. Scratch the surface and you could find an ugly soul. A gorgeous girl preys on an elderly man, a cabaret star performs a killer finale, and a farmer's wife harvests husbands. These deadly women get their way. 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 2nd April

Forensic Files

The city of Philadelphia was being plagued by a serial rapist, and then the crimes stopped. They started again, this time, in Fort Collins, Colorado. Colorado police had fingerprints and a DNA profile, but neither matched those in their databanks. They also had a list of close to 900 names; 83 names had come from Philadelphia police, along with a composite drawing of the rapist. What they didn't have was a suspect until they received a tip from woman who recognised the man in drawing.

Sun 2nd April

Forensic Files

A healthy three-year-old boy suddenly develops respiratory and neurological problems, and doctors can't explain why. Then his father begins to exhibit signs of Alzheimer's Disease. His mother becomes ill while travelling in an airplane; fortunately, the passenger seated next to her makes his living by removing toxic mould from buildings. When she tells him about her family's health problems, he suspects their home might be making them sick.

Sun 2nd April

Forensic Files

The murder of a well respected surgeon in an upscale waterfront apartment community left police in St. Petersburg, Florida baffled. Cell phone mapping, wiretapping and a host of other forensic evidence would uncover a twisted conspiracy, and bring the doctor's killers to justice.

Sun 2nd April

Forensic Files

On February 14, 2000, Bob Dorotik's body was found on a mountain road near his family's horse ranch. His wife told police that Bob had gone jogging and never returned, but investigators had their doubts. He had been beaten and strangled, and it appeared that someone else had dressed him. Authorities began tracing the crime back to the family's ranch, leading them to think Bob Dorotik didn't leave home alone. His wife told police that Bob had gone jogging and never returned, but investigators had their doubts. He had been beaten and strangled, and it appeared that someone else had dressed him. Authorities began tracing the crime back to the family's ranch, leading them to think Bob Dorotik didn't leave home alone.

Sun 2nd April

Forensic Files

In the fall of 2002, the eyes of the world were on Virginia and Maryland. A serial sniper was on the loose, killing innocent, unsuspecting citizens as they went about their normal activities. By the time it was over, 13 people had been shot, and 11 died. This program examines the behind-the-scenes forensic tests, which led to the capture of the killers, including geographic and behavioural profiling, ballistics, crime scene animation, handwriting analysis, DNA testing and fingerprinting. Viewers will also see an exact replica of the car, the mobile bunker the alleged killers called home.

Sun 2nd April

Forensic Files

Sheila Bryan was convicted of killing her own mother in a car fire, and sentenced to life in prison. She was set free after appealing to the Georgia Supreme Court, but retried a few months later. Her chances of winning seemed slim, until an expert witness advanced a different theory of how the fire started.

Sun 2nd April

The Killing Season

After a private investigator's alarming revelation that there are long haul truckers moonlighting as serial killers terrorising America's interstate system, Josh and Rachel begin a cross-country journey to research these killers on wheels. While hitchhiking, the filmmakers encounter women who work truck stops, despairingly referred to as 'lot lizards', and hear first-hand accounts of the dangers they experience every day. As Josh and Rachel delve deeper, they uncover systemic failures in law enforcement allowing these mobile killers to run wild. A disturbing confession by a former trucker, serving a life sentence for murder, propels Josh and Rachel on a hunt for his accomplices. When a potential serial killer turns up dead in West Virginia, the investigation takes a surprising turn and we learn that things are not always what they seem.

Sun 2nd April

Happily Never After

Eddie Patton is the toast of the town. Smart, funny, and wildly handsome, he thrives in every area of his life except one his love life. It's hard to find a woman who complements his work hard, play hard lifestyle. But then, he meets Tyler Walsh. Tyler is a blonde bombshell who is always the life of the party; but behind the attractive exterior and carefree attitude is a woman with a good head on her shoulders and a mind for business. Eddie knows he can't let Tyler get away and quickly drops down to one knee. Their wedding is a grand affair. Eddie and Tyler have both travelled down the aisle before so they keep it modest, yet still magical. In keeping with their "work hard" mentality, the newlyweds skip a honeymoon and dive straight into developing their real estate investments. Eddie was raised in the real estate world and delights in selling properties, while Tyler enjoys rehabbing older properties. Their personal and professional lives come together seamlessly and it's clear for all to see- this is the couple to envy. But, eleven months after wedding bells chime, Tyler comes home from running errands to a chilling surprise. The house looks as though it has been ransacked and when she calls out for Eddie, silence then, an eerie crash sends her running back to her car. Panicked, she dials 911. Police arrive and after a sweep of the home deliver shocking news to the bride: Eddie is inside, dead. Detectives must sift through tales of drug use, unsavory characters, and seedy pasts in order to find their killer.

Sun 2nd April

The Execution of Wanda Jean

Wanda Jean Allen, who was executed on January 11, 2001, was the first woman to be put to death in Oklahoma's modern history. An unflinching investigation of the role that poverty, mental health, race and sexuality play within the criminal justice system, the film follows Allen as she prepares for her clemency trial and faces her impending execution date.

Sun 2nd April

Noon

My Crazy Ex

These are twisted tales of love, loss and revenge from the point of view of the poor person on the receiving end. Each episode focuses on a new story, following it from first meeting, through the relationship, and ultimately to the bitter end. Some stories are scary, while others are simply bizarre. A clueless bartender is outmatched by a deranged customer who refuses to take no for an answer, a wife's thoughtful gift rocks her marriage, and a guy falls for a gamer girl with a penchant for pain.

Sun 2nd 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. John Parker is an up-and-comer who falls for his secretary, Judy, a nice girl from the wrong side of the tracks. For years, John uses his wealth and status to keep his new wife happy - and in line. But gradually Judy's romantic entanglements with a string of John's employees prove to be too much for John to bear - and an execution-style shooting outside their vacuum sales franchise blows the cover off a sinister plot, where murder is a family affair.

Sun 2nd April

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

Leah and Mike Rinder host a second Q&A session to answer the many questions posted on social media. They are joined by several special guests: Lawrence Wright, the author of Going Clear; Ray Jeffrey, one of few lawyers to take the Church on in court; and Steve Hassan, an author known for his studies in cult behaviour and deprogramming.

Sun 2nd April

The First 48

In Miami, Detective Rolly Garcia investigates the murder of a 17-year-old boy beaten to death and dumped in the back seat of his car. To find his suspect, Garcia must first track down the victim's secret girlfriend, who may have been the last person to see him alive. In Dallas, a young man is found shot dead in the parking lot of a housing complex. Detective Bob Ermatinger and his team must convince reluctant witnesses to come forward.

Sun 2nd 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 2nd April

Evening

Crimes That Shook Australia

Five-year-old Darcey Freeman suffered a horrific death at the hands of her father on the 29th January 2009. Driving her to her first day at school, he callously threw her off a bridge in Melbourne, in front of her two older brothers. Arthur Freeman was sentenced to 32 years in prison in 2011. He blamed a bitter custody battle with his ex-wife for his actions.

Sun 2nd April

Murder Made Me Famous

In the summer of 2005, Natalee Holloway's name is everywhere. The beautiful 18-year-old is nowhere to be found. After mysteriously vanishing during a graduation trip to Aruba, the young woman's fate quickly becomes the focus of a massive investigation and an international media circus. Joran van der Sloot, a privileged young Dutch honour student and star athlete with devilishly good looks, soon becomes the prime suspect. For years, Joran taunts the media and the Holloway family with false confessions, often for his own monetary gain. It's a terrifying story of sex, murder, deception and extortion that will lead all the way to South America. A decade later, this unbelievable tragedy is still far from over.

Sun 2nd April

Serial Killer Sunday

Serial killer Joanna Dennehy killed three men and tried to kill two others in March 2013. The bodies of her victims were discovered in ditches near Peterborough.

Sun 2nd April

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

Leah and Mike Rinder host a second Q&A session to answer the many questions posted on social media. They are joined by several special guests: Lawrence Wright, the author of Going Clear; Ray Jeffrey, one of few lawyers to take the Church on in court; and Steve Hassan, an author known for his studies in cult behaviour and deprogramming.

Sun 2nd April

Monster In My Family

Omar Mateen shocked America as the perpetrator of the biggest mass shooting in modern US history. Now, Mateen's ex-wife, Sitora Yusufiy, discloses stunning details of how the man she fell in love with changed into a monster right before her eyes. Meanwhile, survivors of the Pulse Nightclub shooting reveal the horror of that night and share remarkable stories of friends who fell victim in this tragic crime.

Sun 2nd April

The First 48

In Miami, Detective Rolly Garcia investigates the murder of a 17-year-old boy beaten to death and dumped in the back seat of his car. To find his suspect, Garcia must first track down the victim's secret girlfriend, who may have been the last person to see him alive. In Dallas, a young man is found shot dead in the parking lot of a housing complex. Detective Bob Ermatinger and his team must convince reluctant witnesses to come forward.

Mon 3rd April

Morning

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

Leah and Mike Rinder host a second Q&A session to answer the many questions posted on social media. They are joined by several special guests: Lawrence Wright, the author of Going Clear; Ray Jeffrey, one of few lawyers to take the Church on in court; and Steve Hassan, an author known for his studies in cult behaviour and deprogramming.

Mon 3rd April

Monster In My Family

Omar Mateen shocked America as the perpetrator of the biggest mass shooting in modern US history. Now, Mateen's ex-wife, Sitora Yusufiy, discloses stunning details of how the man she fell in love with changed into a monster right before her eyes. Meanwhile, survivors of the Pulse Nightclub shooting reveal the horror of that night and share remarkable stories of friends who fell victim in this tragic crime.

Mon 3rd April

Murder Made Me Famous

In the summer of 2005, Natalee Holloway's name is everywhere. The beautiful 18-year-old is nowhere to be found. After mysteriously vanishing during a graduation trip to Aruba, the young woman's fate quickly becomes the focus of a massive investigation and an international media circus. Joran van der Sloot, a privileged young Dutch honour student and star athlete with devilishly good looks, soon becomes the prime suspect. For years, Joran taunts the media and the Holloway family with false confessions, often for his own monetary gain. It's a terrifying story of sex, murder, deception and extortion that will lead all the way to South America. A decade later, this unbelievable tragedy is still far from over.

Mon 3rd April

Serial Killer Sunday

Serial killer Joanna Dennehy killed three men and tried to kill two others in March 2013. The bodies of her victims were discovered in ditches near Peterborough.

Mon 3rd April

Crimes That Shook Australia

Five-year-old Darcey Freeman suffered a horrific death at the hands of her father on the 29th January 2009. Driving her to her first day at school, he callously threw her off a bridge in Melbourne, in front of her two older brothers. Arthur Freeman was sentenced to 32 years in prison in 2011. He blamed a bitter custody battle with his ex-wife for his actions.

Mon 3rd April

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

Leah and Mike Rinder host a second Q&A session to answer the many questions posted on social media. They are joined by several special guests: Lawrence Wright, the author of Going Clear; Ray Jeffrey, one of few lawyers to take the Church on in court; and Steve Hassan, an author known for his studies in cult behaviour and deprogramming.

Mon 3rd April

Monster In My Family

Omar Mateen shocked America as the perpetrator of the biggest mass shooting in modern US history. Now, Mateen's ex-wife, Sitora Yusufiy, discloses stunning details of how the man she fell in love with changed into a monster right before her eyes. Meanwhile, survivors of the Pulse Nightclub shooting reveal the horror of that night and share remarkable stories of friends who fell victim in this tragic crime.

Mon 3rd April

Murder Made Me Famous

In the summer of 2005, Natalee Holloway's name is everywhere. The beautiful 18-year-old is nowhere to be found. After mysteriously vanishing during a graduation trip to Aruba, the young woman's fate quickly becomes the focus of a massive investigation and an international media circus. Joran van der Sloot, a privileged young Dutch honour student and star athlete with devilishly good looks, soon becomes the prime suspect. For years, Joran taunts the media and the Holloway family with false confessions, often for his own monetary gain. It's a terrifying story of sex, murder, deception and extortion that will lead all the way to South America. A decade later, this unbelievable tragedy is still far from over.

Mon 3rd April

Serial Killer Sunday

Serial killer Joanna Dennehy killed three men and tried to kill two others in March 2013. The bodies of her victims were discovered in ditches near Peterborough.

Mon 3rd April

Crimes That Shook Australia

Five-year-old Darcey Freeman suffered a horrific death at the hands of her father on the 29th January 2009. Driving her to her first day at school, he callously threw her off a bridge in Melbourne, in front of her two older brothers. Arthur Freeman was sentenced to 32 years in prison in 2011. He blamed a bitter custody battle with his ex-wife for his actions.

Mon 3rd April

Crime Files: The Homefront

Scott Peterson, a handsome California salesman, informs police that his pregnant wife has gone missing. As the search for Laci Peterson grips national attention, police uncover a series of secrets and lies that reveal what really happened to Laci Peterson.

Mon 3rd April

The First 48

In Miami, Detective Rolly Garcia investigates the murder of a 17-year-old boy beaten to death and dumped in the back seat of his car. To find his suspect, Garcia must first track down the victim's secret girlfriend, who may have been the last person to see him alive. In Dallas, a young man is found shot dead in the parking lot of a housing complex. Detective Bob Ermatinger and his team must convince reluctant witnesses to come forward.

Mon 3rd 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, two ex-Marines join forces for one sole nefarious purpose, to abduct women and keep them as sex slaves. This evil duo carries out their operation with military precision, unafraid to kill innocent civilians along the way, until a petty crime unravels their sinister plans.

Mon 3rd April

Murder Made Me Famous

In the summer of 2005, Natalee Holloway's name is everywhere. The beautiful 18-year-old is nowhere to be found. After mysteriously vanishing during a graduation trip to Aruba, the young woman's fate quickly becomes the focus of a massive investigation and an international media circus. Joran van der Sloot, a privileged young Dutch honour student and star athlete with devilishly good looks, soon becomes the prime suspect. For years, Joran taunts the media and the Holloway family with false confessions, often for his own monetary gain. It's a terrifying story of sex, murder, deception and extortion that will lead all the way to South America. A decade later, this unbelievable tragedy is still far from over.

Mon 3rd April

Serial Killer Sunday

Serial killer Joanna Dennehy killed three men and tried to kill two others in March 2013. The bodies of her victims were discovered in ditches near Peterborough.

Mon 3rd April

Crimes That Shook Australia

Five-year-old Darcey Freeman suffered a horrific death at the hands of her father on the 29th January 2009. Driving her to her first day at school, he callously threw her off a bridge in Melbourne, in front of her two older brothers. Arthur Freeman was sentenced to 32 years in prison in 2011. He blamed a bitter custody battle with his ex-wife for his actions.

Mon 3rd April

Monster In My Family

Omar Mateen shocked America as the perpetrator of the biggest mass shooting in modern US history. Now, Mateen's ex-wife, Sitora Yusufiy, discloses stunning details of how the man she fell in love with changed into a monster right before her eyes. Meanwhile, survivors of the Pulse Nightclub shooting reveal the horror of that night and share remarkable stories of friends who fell victim in this tragic crime.

Mon 3rd April

Sins and Secrets

Every city has its secret. Every city has a dark side. Sins and Secrets profiles a notorious crime - one whose unique details exposed the dark underbelly of the community where it took place. As the investigation beats of each episode unfold, the mystery, scandal, and tabloid allure generated both reveal and forever alters the city. Blood has been shed, and the town will never be the same.

Mon 3rd April

Born to Kill?

Patrick Mackay is a British serial killer who confessed to murdering 10 people in England in the mid-1970s. As a child, Mackay was frequently a victim of physical abuse at the hands of his violent, alcoholic father, Harold. When Mackay was ten, Harold died from complications of alcoholism and a weak heart. His final words to his son were "remember to be good". Patrick was said to be unable to come to terms with the loss, telling people Harold was still alive and keeping a photograph of his father on his person. Later in his youth, he suffered from extreme tantrums and fits of anger, indulged in animal cruelty and arson, bullied younger children, stole from elderly women's homes and people in the street, and even attempted to kill his mother and aunt. He also attempted to kill a younger boy, and later said he'd have succeeded had he not been restrained, and attempted to set fire to a Catholic church. Because of such incidents, he spent his teenage years in and out of mental homes and institutions. At 15, he was diagnosed as a psychopath by a psychiatrist, Dr. Leonard Carr. Carr predicted Mackay would grow up into a "cold, psychopathic killer". He lived in London and was frequently drunk or on drugs. In 1973, near his mother's home in Kent, he met and was befriended by Father Anthony Crean, a priest. Regardless, Mackay broke into Crean's home and stole a cheque. Arrested and prosecuted by the police, he was ordered to pay the fine back but never did. The incident caused a rift between the two and Mackay returned to London. It was around this time that Mackay said that he had drowned a tramp in the River Thames. On March 21, 1975, then aged 22, Mackay used an axe to kill Father Crean, hacking through the victim's skull and watching him bleed to death. He was swiftly arrested and was soon considered by police to be a suspect in at least a dozen other killings over the previous two years, most victims being elderly women who had been stabbed or strangled.

Mon 3rd April

Evening

Cops

When a suspect is discovered trying to conceal drugs in his mouth, he loses it and cries for his dad.

Mon 3rd April

Cops

The Portland Police Bureau catches a man and a woman engaged in lewd activity in a vehicle, and upon closer investigation, they discover an unused meth pipe in the back seat. Next, the Alameda County Sheriff's Office goes undercover and conducts a prostitution sting at a hotel. Finally, two officers from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department confront an underage prostitute on the Vegas Strip.

Mon 3rd April

Deadly Women

These women burn madly with jealousy. An anger so deep they'll kill to satisfy it. What makes them turn from "green with envy" to "lethal with jealousy"? Find out as we explore their Hearts of Darkness.

Mon 3rd 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, a turbulent love triangle takes a deadly turn, leaving behind a dismembered body, and a killer couple pointing the finger at each other in the aftermath.

Mon 3rd 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, defense 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 robbery at a Cleveland convenience store turns deadly when a store clerk is shot and killed. As police track down the men responsible, they discover more robberies and a second homicide that can be tied to the same suspects. But when the killers are brought into custody, the real drama begins, as they turn on each other, each bringing a very different story to the witness box.

Mon 3rd April

Cold Blood

Aiken, South Carolina, is a tiny peaceful town where nothing much happens, until Judy Carpenter finds her 17-year-old daughter, Jessica, on the living room floor, raped and murdered. The neighbourhood goes on high alert while police swing into action to catch her killer. The case is a mystery. There were no signs of forced entry so Jessica must have known her attacker, but she was a model teenager with no enemies. A retrieved semen sample gives police crucial evidence - the killer's DNA. But the first round of tests fails to find a match. Two months later, they get their first big break. A husband, father, and suspected serial killer, is arrested in the midst of a suicide attempt. He confesses to killing four women, assaulting more than 150 women, and has an MO that matches Jessica's murder. A witness steps up to prove that the suspect had met Jessica, but he won't confess. When the suspect's DNA doesn't match, Jessica's family is destroyed and posts a reward for any new leads. Five months later, a jailhouse informant fingers his cellmate for the crime. The new suspect lived nearby, was seen near Jessica's home, and refuses to give his DNA. Have the police got the right man?

Mon 3rd April

Deadly Women

These women burn madly with jealousy. An anger so deep they'll kill to satisfy it. What makes them turn from "green with envy" to "lethal with jealousy"? Find out as we explore their Hearts of Darkness.

Tue 4th 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, a turbulent love triangle takes a deadly turn, leaving behind a dismembered body, and a killer couple pointing the finger at each other in the aftermath.

Tue 4th 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, defense 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 robbery at a Cleveland convenience store turns deadly when a store clerk is shot and killed. As police track down the men responsible, they discover more robberies and a second homicide that can be tied to the same suspects. But when the killers are brought into custody, the real drama begins, as they turn on each other, each bringing a very different story to the witness box.

Tue 4th April

Forensic Files

After the suspect was convicted of arson and murder, he steadfastly maintained he did not commit the crimes, but he was sentenced to a minimum of 25 years in prison. He had no money, no lawyer and only a fifth grade education, but he never gave up. He turned to the law books in the prison library and television programs about forensic science, and set out to prove his innocence.

Tue 4th April

Traffic Cops

In Barnsley, South Yorkshire, the Traffic Cops are on the tails of serial car criminals, when a car thief gets caught in a dead end, local residents decide to take the law in to their own hands. This time it's up to the Traffic Cops to take care of matters before they lose control. Rookie Traffic Cop, PC Matt Bort is in danger of 'Losing Control' when he comes across a nuisance biker who will stop at nothing to evade PC Bort's capture, even if it means taking him to the end of the road. Meanwhile, PC Bort's colleagues at the Barnsley Traffic Unit are on the look-out for tell tale signs of unroadworthy vehicles, spotting drivers who shouldn't be on the road and tracking down a stolen vehicle using a sophisticated radar system. Later on PC Bort confronts danger head on when he spots a motorbike rider swerve across the road in front of him, the rider is drunk and ready for a fight!

Tue 4th April

Cold Blood

Aiken, South Carolina, is a tiny peaceful town where nothing much happens, until Judy Carpenter finds her 17-year-old daughter, Jessica, on the living room floor, raped and murdered. The neighbourhood goes on high alert while police swing into action to catch her killer. The case is a mystery. There were no signs of forced entry so Jessica must have known her attacker, but she was a model teenager with no enemies. A retrieved semen sample gives police crucial evidence - the killer's DNA. But the first round of tests fails to find a match. Two months later, they get their first big break. A husband, father, and suspected serial killer, is arrested in the midst of a suicide attempt. He confesses to killing four women, assaulting more than 150 women, and has an MO that matches Jessica's murder. A witness steps up to prove that the suspect had met Jessica, but he won't confess. When the suspect's DNA doesn't match, Jessica's family is destroyed and posts a reward for any new leads. Five months later, a jailhouse informant fingers his cellmate for the crime. The new suspect lived nearby, was seen near Jessica's home, and refuses to give his DNA. Have the police got the right man?

Tue 4th April

North Mission Road

Two men with similar names commit suicide on the same day one throws himself in front of a car on a busy Hollywood street, the other hanged himself from a tree in South Central LA. It turns out they're identical twins - but where did they come from? And why did they take their own lives? It's one of the most unusual cases in LACC history.

Tue 4th April

Cops Uncut

A 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.

Tue 4th April

Cops

The Portland Police Bureau catches a man and a woman engaged in lewd activity in a vehicle, and upon closer investigation, they discover an unused meth pipe in the back seat. Next, the Alameda County Sheriff's Office goes undercover and conducts a prostitution sting at a hotel. Finally, two officers from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department confront an underage prostitute on the Vegas Strip.

Tue 4th April

Born to Kill?

Patrick Mackay is a British serial killer who confessed to murdering 10 people in England in the mid-1970s. As a child, Mackay was frequently a victim of physical abuse at the hands of his violent, alcoholic father, Harold. When Mackay was ten, Harold died from complications of alcoholism and a weak heart. His final words to his son were "remember to be good". Patrick was said to be unable to come to terms with the loss, telling people Harold was still alive and keeping a photograph of his father on his person. Later in his youth, he suffered from extreme tantrums and fits of anger, indulged in animal cruelty and arson, bullied younger children, stole from elderly women's homes and people in the street, and even attempted to kill his mother and aunt. He also attempted to kill a younger boy, and later said he'd have succeeded had he not been restrained, and attempted to set fire to a Catholic church. Because of such incidents, he spent his teenage years in and out of mental homes and institutions. At 15, he was diagnosed as a psychopath by a psychiatrist, Dr. Leonard Carr. Carr predicted Mackay would grow up into a "cold, psychopathic killer". He lived in London and was frequently drunk or on drugs. In 1973, near his mother's home in Kent, he met and was befriended by Father Anthony Crean, a priest. Regardless, Mackay broke into Crean's home and stole a cheque. Arrested and prosecuted by the police, he was ordered to pay the fine back but never did. The incident caused a rift between the two and Mackay returned to London. It was around this time that Mackay said that he had drowned a tramp in the River Thames. On March 21, 1975, then aged 22, Mackay used an axe to kill Father Crean, hacking through the victim's skull and watching him bleed to death. He was swiftly arrested and was soon considered by police to be a suspect in at least a dozen other killings over the previous two years, most victims being elderly women who had been stabbed or strangled.

Tue 4th April

Traffic Cops

In Barnsley, South Yorkshire, the Traffic Cops are on the tails of serial car criminals, when a car thief gets caught in a dead end, local residents decide to take the law in to their own hands. This time it's up to the Traffic Cops to take care of matters before they lose control. Rookie Traffic Cop, PC Matt Bort is in danger of 'Losing Control' when he comes across a nuisance biker who will stop at nothing to evade PC Bort's capture, even if it means taking him to the end of the road. Meanwhile, PC Bort's colleagues at the Barnsley Traffic Unit are on the look-out for tell tale signs of unroadworthy vehicles, spotting drivers who shouldn't be on the road and tracking down a stolen vehicle using a sophisticated radar system. Later on PC Bort confronts danger head on when he spots a motorbike rider swerve across the road in front of him, the rider is drunk and ready for a fight!

Tue 4th April

Deadly Women

These women burn madly with jealousy. An anger so deep they'll kill to satisfy it. What makes them turn from "green with envy" to "lethal with jealousy"? Find out as we explore their Hearts of Darkness.

Tue 4th April

Snapped

Born in Haiti, Colette Nicolas had immigrated to the US with her mother by the time she was 12. Her family was deeply religious and Colette's faith remained an important part of her life which eventually led her to her husband, Arthur Reyes. Colette met Arthur at University when he was the president of a campus religious organisation. The couple married and had two daughters. After Arthur received his PhD, the family moved to Texas for his new job as a professor. But after the move, the couple's marriage began to crumble. Arthur turned away from his faith, declaring himself an atheist and the couple fought over how to raise their daughters. By November, 2009, Arthur and both daughters had moved out. When Arthur returned home to gather his belongings, the two, along with Colette's sister, talked in the garage with Arthur calling Colette a monster. Unknown to Arthur, Colette was recording the entire conversation, a conversation that ended when Colette suddenly shot Arthur. Colette claimed the shooting was self-defence and that Arthur pulled the gun on her first. But investigators found no evidence of Arthur ever holding the gun and Colette's recording gave no evidence that Arthur ever threatened her with it before she shot him. Colette was arrested and charged with Arthur's murder. At her trial, the prosecution argued that Arthur's murder was premeditated. Since Colette depended on Arthur for her livelihood, she feared she would lose everything if he divorced her. Her daughters testified that Colette was abusive to them and that she had hidden Arthur's guns in the weeks prior to the shooting. The defence argued that Colette was mentally ill, had initially been ruled incompetent to stand trial, and that she was insane at the time of the shooting. They pointed to a history of mental illness dating back to 1994. But the prosecution argued that it was all an act. The jury found Colette guilty. She was sentenced to 45 years in prison.

Tue 4th 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, defense 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 robbery at a Cleveland convenience store turns deadly when a store clerk is shot and killed. As police track down the men responsible, they discover more robberies and a second homicide that can be tied to the same suspects. But when the killers are brought into custody, the real drama begins, as they turn on each other, each bringing a very different story to the witness box.

Tue 4th April

Sins and Secrets

Every city has its secret. Every city has a dark side. Sins and Secrets profiles a notorious crime - one whose unique details exposed the dark underbelly of the community where it took place. As the investigation beats of each episode unfold, the mystery, scandal, and tabloid allure generated both reveal and forever alters the city. Blood has been shed, and the town will never be the same.

Tue 4th April

Born to Kill?

Patrick Mackay is a British serial killer who confessed to murdering 10 people in England in the mid-1970s. As a child, Mackay was frequently a victim of physical abuse at the hands of his violent, alcoholic father, Harold. When Mackay was ten, Harold died from complications of alcoholism and a weak heart. His final words to his son were "remember to be good". Patrick was said to be unable to come to terms with the loss, telling people Harold was still alive and keeping a photograph of his father on his person. Later in his youth, he suffered from extreme tantrums and fits of anger, indulged in animal cruelty and arson, bullied younger children, stole from elderly women's homes and people in the street, and even attempted to kill his mother and aunt. He also attempted to kill a younger boy, and later said he'd have succeeded had he not been restrained, and attempted to set fire to a Catholic church. Because of such incidents, he spent his teenage years in and out of mental homes and institutions. At 15, he was diagnosed as a psychopath by a psychiatrist, Dr. Leonard Carr. Carr predicted Mackay would grow up into a "cold, psychopathic killer". He lived in London and was frequently drunk or on drugs. In 1973, near his mother's home in Kent, he met and was befriended by Father Anthony Crean, a priest. Regardless, Mackay broke into Crean's home and stole a cheque. Arrested and prosecuted by the police, he was ordered to pay the fine back but never did. The incident caused a rift between the two and Mackay returned to London. It was around this time that Mackay said that he had drowned a tramp in the River Thames. On March 21, 1975, then aged 22, Mackay used an axe to kill Father Crean, hacking through the victim's skull and watching him bleed to death. He was swiftly arrested and was soon considered by police to be a suspect in at least a dozen other killings over the previous two years, most victims being elderly women who had been stabbed or strangled.

Tue 4th April

Noon

Deadly Women

These women burn madly with jealousy. An anger so deep they'll kill to satisfy it. What makes them turn from "green with envy" to "lethal with jealousy"? Find out as we explore their Hearts of Darkness.

Tue 4th 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, a turbulent love triangle takes a deadly turn, leaving behind a dismembered body, and a killer couple pointing the finger at each other in the aftermath.

Tue 4th 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, defense 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 robbery at a Cleveland convenience store turns deadly when a store clerk is shot and killed. As police track down the men responsible, they discover more robberies and a second homicide that can be tied to the same suspects. But when the killers are brought into custody, the real drama begins, as they turn on each other, each bringing a very different story to the witness box.

Tue 4th April

Cold Blood

Aiken, South Carolina, is a tiny peaceful town where nothing much happens, until Judy Carpenter finds her 17-year-old daughter, Jessica, on the living room floor, raped and murdered. The neighbourhood goes on high alert while police swing into action to catch her killer. The case is a mystery. There were no signs of forced entry so Jessica must have known her attacker, but she was a model teenager with no enemies. A retrieved semen sample gives police crucial evidence - the killer's DNA. But the first round of tests fails to find a match. Two months later, they get their first big break. A husband, father, and suspected serial killer, is arrested in the midst of a suicide attempt. He confesses to killing four women, assaulting more than 150 women, and has an MO that matches Jessica's murder. A witness steps up to prove that the suspect had met Jessica, but he won't confess. When the suspect's DNA doesn't match, Jessica's family is destroyed and posts a reward for any new leads. Five months later, a jailhouse informant fingers his cellmate for the crime. The new suspect lived nearby, was seen near Jessica's home, and refuses to give his DNA. Have the police got the right man?

Tue 4th April

Sins and Secrets

Every city has its secret. Every city has a dark side. Sins and Secrets profiles a notorious crime - one whose unique details exposed the dark underbelly of the community where it took place. As the investigation beats of each episode unfold, the mystery, scandal, and tabloid allure generated both reveal and forever alters the city. Blood has been shed, and the town will never be the same.

Tue 4th April

Born to Kill?

On October 19 1970, two patrol officers noticed thick smoke and called the fire department. The first firefighters arrived at the upscale home of eye surgeon Victor M Ohta, spotted a red Rolls Royce and a gold and black Lincoln Continental parked across the front and rear driveways, locked and blocking their way. The men would have to work fast to try to put out the multiple blazes. There was no sign of the inhabitants, so they assumed that when the fire started no-one had been home. Hoping to use the swimming pool as an additional water source, Chief Ted Pound went looking for a fire hydrant. His flashlight beam cut through the night air over the dark water and illuminated the face of a young boy floating in the pool. The chief stepped closer and thought he saw more dark shapes in the water. Dead in the water were homeowner Victor Ohta, his wife, Virginia, his two sons, Derrick and Taggert, and his secretary, Dorothy Cadwallader. Each person had been shot from behind. There was evidence from water present in the lungs that some of the victims might still have been alive when pushed into the pool and had then drowned. The terrified population of Santa Cruz believed it must be the work of a Manson-like cult. Gun sales in the area rocketed. With rampaging hippies on the loose who might be anywhere, perhaps planning yet another massacre, residents were being careful. But rather than a murderous hippie cult, the killer would turn out to be a 24-year-old local resident John Linley Frazier. Close friends told reporters that he seemed like the last person who would do something like that; he must have played at two different lives. They described him as a reliable auto mechanic and a family man. Former school chums offered conflicting reports. Frazier's defence attorney entered a plea of insanity, a plea Frazier strongly objected to. During his trial he shaved one side of his face and head in order to convince the jury he was faking insanity.

Tue 4th April

Evening

Cops

When a department 'bait' car is stolen, our cops arrive on the scene and apprehend a suspect responsible for numerous auto thefts.

Tue 4th April

Cops

A chase ensues after officers from the Portland Police Bureau attempt to make a traffic stop and the suspect runs on foot to his home. Then, officers from the Kansas City Police department respond to a call from a local convenience store about a man being chased by another man with a knife. Finally, officers from the Portland Police Bureau respond to reports about a man riding his bicycle naked in downtown Portland, and later they discover he was protesting global warming.

Tue 4th April

Crimes That Shook Britain

The hunt for five-year-old April Jones, when she vanished in October 2012, was the largest missing person search in UK police history. April went missing whilst playing with her friends and was last seen getting into a vehicle near her home in Machynlleth, mid-Wales. The nation held their breath as the hours, days and weeks rolled on, in the desperate hope to find her alive. But on 6 October a local man, Mark Bridger was charged with her abduction and murder. Investigations in his background revealed that Bridger was a prolific user of child pornography and a paedophile. After a long and distressing trial, Bridger was found guilty and sentenced to life in prison with a whole life tariff. With unprecedented access to the Jones family and the police investigation, we reveal the true story behind this appalling crime and how April's family have channelled their grief into campaigning for a safer internet.

Tue 4th April

Monster In My Family

Tonya Beasley, daughter of 'Craigslist Killer' Richard Beasley, shares the inside story of how her father morphed from a street preacher to the cold-blooded killer of vagrant men. In an attempt to express remorse, Tonya meets with the son of one of her father's victims and confesses how she may have unwittingly helped her father commit his sordid crimes.

Tue 4th April

Vanity Fair Confidential

Cruising down the Las Vegas Strip, 25-year-old Tupac Shakur is riding in the passenger seat of a BMW 750 sedan. The driver is Marion 'Suge' Knight, head of Death Row Records, the leading purveyor of West Coast 'gangsta rap' and a music business phenomenon. As the BMW sits at a stoplight, a white Cadillac pulls up to the passenger side of the car and a pistol barrel eases from a window. There is a fusillade of 13 shots. One hits Tupac in the hand, another in the pelvis, and two more penetrate his chest. Then - the only sound is squealing tyres. Six days later, Tupac Shakur is pronounced dead. Las Vegas Police have no idea who killed one of rap's biggest stars. Or why he was gunned down.

Tue 4th April

Cold Blood

Hollywood, Florida is a fast-growing city but still has a peaceful small town feel, until six-year-old, Adam Walsh, steps into a stranger's Cadillac in a mall parking lot and disappears into thin air. Law enforcement launches the state's biggest manhunt in history but finds Adam's severed head two weeks later. Police make it their mission to track down his killer. But a tragic stream of errors mars the investigation. Hollywood PD pins a close family friend as a prime suspect but they have no evidence. Motivated by the tragedy, Adam's dad, John Walsh, becomes the host of the TV show America's Most Wanted. Meanwhile, the police chase down flimsy leads and the case goes ice cold. But two years later, a serial arsonist reveals his part in a twisted killing spree across America. He not only shows police all the locations associated with Adam's murder, he confesses. But with no physical evidence connecting the killer to the crime, the State Attorney refuses to prosecute the case. The police find the mysterious Cadillac and draw out solid tips but they fumble every detail and the case is closed. From the time of the murder, it will take more than a quarter century to finally put Adam's memory to rest.

Tue 4th April

The Staircase

After a three-month trial and the testimony of 65 witnesses, the defence and the prosecution are ready to make their closing statements. The prosecution points to the "strange personality" of Michael Peterson: because writing is his line of work, he is an inveterate liar; his vilified bisexuality makes him a pervert; his relationship with Elisabeth Ratliff a serial killer. David Rudolf breaks down the prosecution's case point par point, referring constantly to the principle of reasonable doubt. Since there is no formal proof that he's guilty, the jury must declare Michael Peterson innocent. The jury deliberates for five days before coming to a verdict: either life in prison, or freedom. This is a gripping documentary about the search for truth and justice, and an affecting portrait of a family under siege. In the middle of the night of December 9th, 2001, Michael Peterson calls Durham police to tell them he's just found his wife unconscious at the bottom of the stairs. He tells them she's hardly breathing and that she must have fallen. But when the police discover the pool of blood around the victim's body and the lacerations on her skull, they immediately conclude that it wasn't an accident. And Michael Peterson is the main suspect. A week later he is charged with his wife's murder and hires one of the best lawyers in North Carolina to defend him. Despite all appearances directly pointing to his guilt, his children wholeheartedly defend him and the family close ranks as Michael Peterson vehemently claims his innocence. Academy Award-winning documentary director Jean-Xavier de Lestrade takes you behind the scenes of this astonishing investigation; into the strategy meetings, the family feuds and the courtroom itself with unprecedented access. The twists and turns of this real-life case better anything in the world of fiction, with one revelation after another challenging Michael Peterson and his defence counsel into proving his innocence.

Wed 5th April

Morning

Monster In My Family

Tonya Beasley, daughter of 'Craigslist Killer' Richard Beasley, shares the inside story of how her father morphed from a street preacher to the cold-blooded killer of vagrant men. In an attempt to express remorse, Tonya meets with the son of one of her father's victims and confesses how she may have unwittingly helped her father commit his sordid crimes.

Wed 5th April

Vanity Fair Confidential

Cruising down the Las Vegas Strip, 25-year-old Tupac Shakur is riding in the passenger seat of a BMW 750 sedan. The driver is Marion 'Suge' Knight, head of Death Row Records, the leading purveyor of West Coast 'gangsta rap' and a music business phenomenon. As the BMW sits at a stoplight, a white Cadillac pulls up to the passenger side of the car and a pistol barrel eases from a window. There is a fusillade of 13 shots. One hits Tupac in the hand, another in the pelvis, and two more penetrate his chest. Then - the only sound is squealing tyres. Six days later, Tupac Shakur is pronounced dead. Las Vegas Police have no idea who killed one of rap's biggest stars. Or why he was gunned down.

Wed 5th April

Forensic Files

A woman was brutally murdered in her home, and the only witnesses to the crime were the family dogs. An expert in canine behaviour was convinced the killer knew both the victim and the animals, and he was determined find out exactly what the dogs had seen.

Wed 5th April

Traffic Cops

Three million British motorists will be caught on camera speeding this year; a huge increase on the last twelve months. As the number of speed cameras grows, so does the frustration of British motorists. Jamie Theakston explains how Traffic Cops in South Yorkshire are trying to mix the speed camera with the old-fashioned way of catching speeders - lying in wait and following them. But traffic cops with super cameras are also working the roads of South Yorkshire. A new camera can notch up hundreds of speeding motorists an hour, without them even knowing it. Easy pickings, admits the traffic cop who works it. Yet he has a confession to make: a speeding conviction in a nearby county - caught on camera, over the limit.

Wed 5th April

Cold Blood

Hollywood, Florida is a fast-growing city but still has a peaceful small town feel, until six-year-old, Adam Walsh, steps into a stranger's Cadillac in a mall parking lot and disappears into thin air. Law enforcement launches the state's biggest manhunt in history but finds Adam's severed head two weeks later. Police make it their mission to track down his killer. But a tragic stream of errors mars the investigation. Hollywood PD pins a close family friend as a prime suspect but they have no evidence. Motivated by the tragedy, Adam's dad, John Walsh, becomes the host of the TV show America's Most Wanted. Meanwhile, the police chase down flimsy leads and the case goes ice cold. But two years later, a serial arsonist reveals his part in a twisted killing spree across America. He not only shows police all the locations associated with Adam's murder, he confesses. But with no physical evidence connecting the killer to the crime, the State Attorney refuses to prosecute the case. The police find the mysterious Cadillac and draw out solid tips but they fumble every detail and the case is closed. From the time of the murder, it will take more than a quarter century to finally put Adam's memory to rest.

Wed 5th April

North Mission Road

A woman is hit by a train in an industrial area east of LA. At first, it looks like suicide. But the evidence suggests murder. The autopsy reveals the cause of death as strangulation and a suspect is arrested. The prosecution's case hinges on the Coroner's testimony about some unusual markings on the victim's neck and what caused them.

Wed 5th April

Cops Uncut

A 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.

Wed 5th April

Cops

A chase ensues after officers from the Portland Police Bureau attempt to make a traffic stop and the suspect runs on foot to his home. Then, officers from the Kansas City Police department respond to a call from a local convenience store about a man being chased by another man with a knife. Finally, officers from the Portland Police Bureau respond to reports about a man riding his bicycle naked in downtown Portland, and later they discover he was protesting global warming.

Wed 5th April

Born to Kill?

On October 19 1970, two patrol officers noticed thick smoke and called the fire department. The first firefighters arrived at the upscale home of eye surgeon Victor M Ohta, spotted a red Rolls Royce and a gold and black Lincoln Continental parked across the front and rear driveways, locked and blocking their way. The men would have to work fast to try to put out the multiple blazes. There was no sign of the inhabitants, so they assumed that when the fire started no-one had been home. Hoping to use the swimming pool as an additional water source, Chief Ted Pound went looking for a fire hydrant. His flashlight beam cut through the night air over the dark water and illuminated the face of a young boy floating in the pool. The chief stepped closer and thought he saw more dark shapes in the water. Dead in the water were homeowner Victor Ohta, his wife, Virginia, his two sons, Derrick and Taggert, and his secretary, Dorothy Cadwallader. Each person had been shot from behind. There was evidence from water present in the lungs that some of the victims might still have been alive when pushed into the pool and had then drowned. The terrified population of Santa Cruz believed it must be the work of a Manson-like cult. Gun sales in the area rocketed. With rampaging hippies on the loose who might be anywhere, perhaps planning yet another massacre, residents were being careful. But rather than a murderous hippie cult, the killer would turn out to be a 24-year-old local resident John Linley Frazier. Close friends told reporters that he seemed like the last person who would do something like that; he must have played at two different lives. They described him as a reliable auto mechanic and a family man. Former school chums offered conflicting reports. Frazier's defence attorney entered a plea of insanity, a plea Frazier strongly objected to. During his trial he shaved one side of his face and head in order to convince the jury he was faking insanity.

Wed 5th April

Traffic Cops

Three million British motorists will be caught on camera speeding this year; a huge increase on the last twelve months. As the number of speed cameras grows, so does the frustration of British motorists. Jamie Theakston explains how Traffic Cops in South Yorkshire are trying to mix the speed camera with the old-fashioned way of catching speeders - lying in wait and following them. But traffic cops with super cameras are also working the roads of South Yorkshire. A new camera can notch up hundreds of speeding motorists an hour, without them even knowing it. Easy pickings, admits the traffic cop who works it. Yet he has a confession to make: a speeding conviction in a nearby county - caught on camera, over the limit.

Wed 5th April

Crimes That Shook Britain

The hunt for five-year-old April Jones, when she vanished in October 2012, was the largest missing person search in UK police history. April went missing whilst playing with her friends and was last seen getting into a vehicle near her home in Machynlleth, mid-Wales. The nation held their breath as the hours, days and weeks rolled on, in the desperate hope to find her alive. But on 6 October a local man, Mark Bridger was charged with her abduction and murder. Investigations in his background revealed that Bridger was a prolific user of child pornography and a paedophile. After a long and distressing trial, Bridger was found guilty and sentenced to life in prison with a whole life tariff. With unprecedented access to the Jones family and the police investigation, we reveal the true story behind this appalling crime and how April's family have channelled their grief into campaigning for a safer internet.

Wed 5th April

Monster In My Family

Tonya Beasley, daughter of 'Craigslist Killer' Richard Beasley, shares the inside story of how her father morphed from a street preacher to the cold-blooded killer of vagrant men. In an attempt to express remorse, Tonya meets with the son of one of her father's victims and confesses how she may have unwittingly helped her father commit his sordid crimes.

Wed 5th April

Vanity Fair Confidential

Cruising down the Las Vegas Strip, 25-year-old Tupac Shakur is riding in the passenger seat of a BMW 750 sedan. The driver is Marion 'Suge' Knight, head of Death Row Records, the leading purveyor of West Coast 'gangsta rap' and a music business phenomenon. As the BMW sits at a stoplight, a white Cadillac pulls up to the passenger side of the car and a pistol barrel eases from a window. There is a fusillade of 13 shots. One hits Tupac in the hand, another in the pelvis, and two more penetrate his chest. Then - the only sound is squealing tyres. Six days later, Tupac Shakur is pronounced dead. Las Vegas Police have no idea who killed one of rap's biggest stars. Or why he was gunned down.

Wed 5th April

Sins and Secrets

Every city has its secret. Every city has a dark side. Sins and Secrets profiles a notorious crime - one whose unique details exposed the dark underbelly of the community where it took place. As the investigation beats of each episode unfold, the mystery, scandal, and tabloid allure generated both reveal and forever alters the city. Blood has been shed, and the town will never be the same.

Wed 5th April

Born to Kill?

On October 19 1970, two patrol officers noticed thick smoke and called the fire department. The first firefighters arrived at the upscale home of eye surgeon Victor M Ohta, spotted a red Rolls Royce and a gold and black Lincoln Continental parked across the front and rear driveways, locked and blocking their way. The men would have to work fast to try to put out the multiple blazes. There was no sign of the inhabitants, so they assumed that when the fire started no-one had been home. Hoping to use the swimming pool as an additional water source, Chief Ted Pound went looking for a fire hydrant. His flashlight beam cut through the night air over the dark water and illuminated the face of a young boy floating in the pool. The chief stepped closer and thought he saw more dark shapes in the water. Dead in the water were homeowner Victor Ohta, his wife, Virginia, his two sons, Derrick and Taggert, and his secretary, Dorothy Cadwallader. Each person had been shot from behind. There was evidence from water present in the lungs that some of the victims might still have been alive when pushed into the pool and had then drowned. The terrified population of Santa Cruz believed it must be the work of a Manson-like cult. Gun sales in the area rocketed. With rampaging hippies on the loose who might be anywhere, perhaps planning yet another massacre, residents were being careful. But rather than a murderous hippie cult, the killer would turn out to be a 24-year-old local resident John Linley Frazier. Close friends told reporters that he seemed like the last person who would do something like that; he must have played at two different lives. They described him as a reliable auto mechanic and a family man. Former school chums offered conflicting reports. Frazier's defence attorney entered a plea of insanity, a plea Frazier strongly objected to. During his trial he shaved one side of his face and head in order to convince the jury he was faking insanity.

Wed 5th April

Noon

Crimes That Shook Britain

The hunt for five-year-old April Jones, when she vanished in October 2012, was the largest missing person search in UK police history. April went missing whilst playing with her friends and was last seen getting into a vehicle near her home in Machynlleth, mid-Wales. The nation held their breath as the hours, days and weeks rolled on, in the desperate hope to find her alive. But on 6 October a local man, Mark Bridger was charged with her abduction and murder. Investigations in his background revealed that Bridger was a prolific user of child pornography and a paedophile. After a long and distressing trial, Bridger was found guilty and sentenced to life in prison with a whole life tariff. With unprecedented access to the Jones family and the police investigation, we reveal the true story behind this appalling crime and how April's family have channelled their grief into campaigning for a safer internet.

Wed 5th April

Monster In My Family

Tonya Beasley, daughter of 'Craigslist Killer' Richard Beasley, shares the inside story of how her father morphed from a street preacher to the cold-blooded killer of vagrant men. In an attempt to express remorse, Tonya meets with the son of one of her father's victims and confesses how she may have unwittingly helped her father commit his sordid crimes.

Wed 5th April

Vanity Fair Confidential

Cruising down the Las Vegas Strip, 25-year-old Tupac Shakur is riding in the passenger seat of a BMW 750 sedan. The driver is Marion 'Suge' Knight, head of Death Row Records, the leading purveyor of West Coast 'gangsta rap' and a music business phenomenon. As the BMW sits at a stoplight, a white Cadillac pulls up to the passenger side of the car and a pistol barrel eases from a window. There is a fusillade of 13 shots. One hits Tupac in the hand, another in the pelvis, and two more penetrate his chest. Then - the only sound is squealing tyres. Six days later, Tupac Shakur is pronounced dead. Las Vegas Police have no idea who killed one of rap's biggest stars. Or why he was gunned down.

Wed 5th April

Cold Blood

Hollywood, Florida is a fast-growing city but still has a peaceful small town feel, until six-year-old, Adam Walsh, steps into a stranger's Cadillac in a mall parking lot and disappears into thin air. Law enforcement launches the state's biggest manhunt in history but finds Adam's severed head two weeks later. Police make it their mission to track down his killer. But a tragic stream of errors mars the investigation. Hollywood PD pins a close family friend as a prime suspect but they have no evidence. Motivated by the tragedy, Adam's dad, John Walsh, becomes the host of the TV show America's Most Wanted. Meanwhile, the police chase down flimsy leads and the case goes ice cold. But two years later, a serial arsonist reveals his part in a twisted killing spree across America. He not only shows police all the locations associated with Adam's murder, he confesses. But with no physical evidence connecting the killer to the crime, the State Attorney refuses to prosecute the case. The police find the mysterious Cadillac and draw out solid tips but they fumble every detail and the case is closed. From the time of the murder, it will take more than a quarter century to finally put Adam's memory to rest.

Wed 5th April

Sins and Secrets

Every city has its secret. Every city has a dark side. Sins and Secrets profiles a notorious crime - one whose unique details exposed the dark underbelly of the community where it took place. As the investigation beats of each episode unfold, the mystery, scandal, and tabloid allure generated both reveal and forever alters the city. Blood has been shed, and the town will never be the same.

Wed 5th April

Born to Kill?

Stayner was born and raised in California. His younger brother, Steven, was kidnapped by child molester Kenneth Parnell in 1972 and held captive for more than seven years before escaping and being reunited with his family. Cary Stayner would later say that he felt neglected while his parents grieved over the loss of Steven. He later claimed that, at age 11, he was molested by an uncle. When Steven escaped from Parnell and returned home in 1980, he received massive media attention. Steven died in a motorcycle accident in 1989. The following year, Cary Stayner's uncle, with whom Cary was living at the time, was murdered. Stayner attempted suicide in 1991 and was arrested in 1997 for the possession of drugs, the charges were eventually dropped. Between February and July 1999, he murdered two women and two teenagers: Carole Sund; her daughter, 15-year-old Juli Sund; their travel companion, an Argentinian exchange student, 16-year-old Silvina Pelosso; and Yosemite National Institute employee, Joie Armstrong. The first two victims, Carole Sund and Silvina Pelosso, were found in the trunk of the charred remains of Carole's rental car. Both bodies were identified using dental records. A note was sent to police with a hand-drawn map indicating the location of the third victim, Juli Sund. The top of the note read, "we had fun with this one". Investigators went to the location depicted on the map and found the remains of Juli, whose throat had been cut. Stayner claimed after his arrest that he had fantasised about murdering women since he was seven years old, long before the abduction of his brother. Stayner pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. His lawyers claimed that the Stayner family had a history of sexual abuse and mental illness, manifesting itself not only in the murders, but also his obsessive-compulsive disorder. Nevertheless he was found sane and convicted of four counts of first degree murder.

Wed 5th April

Evening

Cops

When officers respond to a reported stabbing at an apartment complex, they find the suspect hiding in the laundry room... in a dryer.

Wed 5th April

Cops

Patrolmen from the Toledo Police Department in Ohio respond to a domestic disturbance call involving a woman and her boyfriend, whom she claims threatened her with a knife. Next, when a feral zebra is found running through city streets, the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department must work with an animal trainer to contain the zebra so it can be returned to safety. Finally, the Police Bureau in Portland, OR responds to a disturbance call involving a suspect carrying a large stick and a rock chasing another man on a highway overpass.

Wed 5th April

Crimes That Shook Australia

March 27, 1986 was a day that shocked the nation. The explosion was caused by a car bomb hidden in a stolen Holden Commodore, which ripped apart the floors of the Police HQ and surrounding buildings in Melbourne. The blast seriously injured 22 people and was the cause of the first Australian policewoman fatality in the line of duty. In the course of the investigation, a group of people were apprehended. It was later found that the motivation for the bombing was revenge on police for previous convictions.

Wed 5th April

The Killing Season

Discovering that the current systems in place to detect serial killers are severely broken, suffering from an inability to connect the dots, Rachel and Josh head to New Mexico to experience firsthand just how bad things have become. Albuquerque's police department has a long history of corruption and civil rights violations, serious enough for the Department of Justice to have taken over the force. That's why it's no surprise that a case involving 10 women found in a mass grave on the city's west side remains unsolved. After quickly being shut down by Albuquerque police, Rachel and Josh find themselves searching for a drifter who left a mysterious message for a local PI including details of the case. Soon they realise eerie connections between the victims expose an even darker reality, one they've yet to experience in their investigations so far.

Wed 5th April

What The Killer Saw

In a unique format feature, witness the crime from the killer's point of view. See what the murderer sees and, as you do, a profile emerges: of the killer's behaviour, his traits and his psyche. The only thing that remains hidden is the killer's identity. Over the course of the show, through the testimony from the case's insiders, cops, friends, and family, we meet a number of suspects but never know whose point of view it is that we're seeing. Through which suspect's eyes are we watching events unfold?

Wed 5th April

Cold Blood

In Ada, Oklahoma, 21-year-old Debbie Sue Carter is found raped, beaten, and strangled in her apartment. It's a horrific scene; a belt around her neck, a bloody palm print by her bed, cryptic notes scrawled in ketchup, and nail polish on the walls. No-one, including the police, can imagine who could have done this - especially in a town where everyone knows everyone. The investigation flounders until hair and blood samples point the finger at a washed-up baseball player and a high school science teacher. It's a haunting tale of small-town intrigue, shaky evidence, and a quest for justice that thrusts Ada into the national spotlight and leaves a family wondering for a quarter of a century, who killed Debbie Carter?

Wed 5th April

Crimes That Shook Australia

March 27, 1986 was a day that shocked the nation. The explosion was caused by a car bomb hidden in a stolen Holden Commodore, which ripped apart the floors of the Police HQ and surrounding buildings in Melbourne. The blast seriously injured 22 people and was the cause of the first Australian policewoman fatality in the line of duty. In the course of the investigation, a group of people were apprehended. It was later found that the motivation for the bombing was revenge on police for previous convictions.

Thu 6th April

Morning

The Killing Season

Discovering that the current systems in place to detect serial killers are severely broken, suffering from an inability to connect the dots, Rachel and Josh head to New Mexico to experience firsthand just how bad things have become. Albuquerque's police department has a long history of corruption and civil rights violations, serious enough for the Department of Justice to have taken over the force. That's why it's no surprise that a case involving 10 women found in a mass grave on the city's west side remains unsolved. After quickly being shut down by Albuquerque police, Rachel and Josh find themselves searching for a drifter who left a mysterious message for a local PI including details of the case. Soon they realise eerie connections between the victims expose an even darker reality, one they've yet to experience in their investigations so far.

Thu 6th April

What The Killer Saw

In a unique format feature, witness the crime from the killer's point of view. See what the murderer sees and, as you do, a profile emerges: of the killer's behaviour, his traits and his psyche. The only thing that remains hidden is the killer's identity. Over the course of the show, through the testimony from the case's insiders, cops, friends, and family, we meet a number of suspects but never know whose point of view it is that we're seeing. Through which suspect's eyes are we watching events unfold?

Thu 6th April

Forensic Files

The killer probably hoped to cover his tracks by staging the crime scene but investigators saw through the attempt almost immediately, and they turned to forensic science to learn what really happened that night.

Thu 6th April

Traffic Cops

South Yorkshire faces a daily battle with the thousands of teenage disqualified drivers who use stolen cars to joyride around the city centre estates. The traffic cops also face problems in Sheffield - stealing cars is a favourite pastime. Up to three-quarters of the cars stolen in the city centre are taken by teenagers. Many are doing it for a living, stealing cars and vans to order. Highlights include a 30-mile chase through Sheffield involving a 15-year-old van thief.

Thu 6th April

Cold Blood

In Ada, Oklahoma, 21-year-old Debbie Sue Carter is found raped, beaten, and strangled in her apartment. It's a horrific scene; a belt around her neck, a bloody palm print by her bed, cryptic notes scrawled in ketchup, and nail polish on the walls. No-one, including the police, can imagine who could have done this - especially in a town where everyone knows everyone. The investigation flounders until hair and blood samples point the finger at a washed-up baseball player and a high school science teacher. It's a haunting tale of small-town intrigue, shaky evidence, and a quest for justice that thrusts Ada into the national spotlight and leaves a family wondering for a quarter of a century, who killed Debbie Carter?

Thu 6th April

North Mission Road

A woman comes home from work and finds her mother and brother missing. A few days later, her husband disappears. Then, some informants tell cops a bizarre tale about an auto theft ring and something far more sinister: a double homicide. It's up to the team at NMR to ID two bodies found buried under the house and help catch a killer.

Thu 6th 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 6th April

Cops

Patrolmen from the Toledo Police Department in Ohio respond to a domestic disturbance call involving a woman and her boyfriend, whom she claims threatened her with a knife. Next, when a feral zebra is found running through city streets, the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department must work with an animal trainer to contain the zebra so it can be returned to safety. Finally, the Police Bureau in Portland, OR responds to a disturbance call involving a suspect carrying a large stick and a rock chasing another man on a highway overpass.

Thu 6th April

Born to Kill?

Stayner was born and raised in California. His younger brother, Steven, was kidnapped by child molester Kenneth Parnell in 1972 and held captive for more than seven years before escaping and being reunited with his family. Cary Stayner would later say that he felt neglected while his parents grieved over the loss of Steven. He later claimed that, at age 11, he was molested by an uncle. When Steven escaped from Parnell and returned home in 1980, he received massive media attention. Steven died in a motorcycle accident in 1989. The following year, Cary Stayner's uncle, with whom Cary was living at the time, was murdered. Stayner attempted suicide in 1991 and was arrested in 1997 for the possession of drugs, the charges were eventually dropped. Between February and July 1999, he murdered two women and two teenagers: Carole Sund; her daughter, 15-year-old Juli Sund; their travel companion, an Argentinian exchange student, 16-year-old Silvina Pelosso; and Yosemite National Institute employee, Joie Armstrong. The first two victims, Carole Sund and Silvina Pelosso, were found in the trunk of the charred remains of Carole's rental car. Both bodies were identified using dental records. A note was sent to police with a hand-drawn map indicating the location of the third victim, Juli Sund. The top of the note read, "we had fun with this one". Investigators went to the location depicted on the map and found the remains of Juli, whose throat had been cut. Stayner claimed after his arrest that he had fantasised about murdering women since he was seven years old, long before the abduction of his brother. Stayner pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. His lawyers claimed that the Stayner family had a history of sexual abuse and mental illness, manifesting itself not only in the murders, but also his obsessive-compulsive disorder. Nevertheless he was found sane and convicted of four counts of first degree murder.

Thu 6th April

Traffic Cops

South Yorkshire faces a daily battle with the thousands of teenage disqualified drivers who use stolen cars to joyride around the city centre estates. The traffic cops also face problems in Sheffield - stealing cars is a favourite pastime. Up to three-quarters of the cars stolen in the city centre are taken by teenagers. Many are doing it for a living, stealing cars and vans to order. Highlights include a 30-mile chase through Sheffield involving a 15-year-old van thief.

Thu 6th April

Crimes That Shook Australia

March 27, 1986 was a day that shocked the nation. The explosion was caused by a car bomb hidden in a stolen Holden Commodore, which ripped apart the floors of the Police HQ and surrounding buildings in Melbourne. The blast seriously injured 22 people and was the cause of the first Australian policewoman fatality in the line of duty. In the course of the investigation, a group of people were apprehended. It was later found that the motivation for the bombing was revenge on police for previous convictions.

Thu 6th April

The Killing Season

Discovering that the current systems in place to detect serial killers are severely broken, suffering from an inability to connect the dots, Rachel and Josh head to New Mexico to experience firsthand just how bad things have become. Albuquerque's police department has a long history of corruption and civil rights violations, serious enough for the Department of Justice to have taken over the force. That's why it's no surprise that a case involving 10 women found in a mass grave on the city's west side remains unsolved. After quickly being shut down by Albuquerque police, Rachel and Josh find themselves searching for a drifter who left a mysterious message for a local PI including details of the case. Soon they realise eerie connections between the victims expose an even darker reality, one they've yet to experience in their investigations so far.

Thu 6th April

What The Killer Saw

In a unique format feature, witness the crime from the killer's point of view. See what the murderer sees and, as you do, a profile emerges: of the killer's behaviour, his traits and his psyche. The only thing that remains hidden is the killer's identity. Over the course of the show, through the testimony from the case's insiders, cops, friends, and family, we meet a number of suspects but never know whose point of view it is that we're seeing. Through which suspect's eyes are we watching events unfold?

Thu 6th April

Sins and Secrets

Every city has its secret. Every city has a dark side. Sins and Secrets profiles a notorious crime - one whose unique details exposed the dark underbelly of the community where it took place. As the investigation beats of each episode unfold, the mystery, scandal, and tabloid allure generated both reveal and forever alters the city. Blood has been shed, and the town will never be the same.

Thu 6th April

Born to Kill?

Stayner was born and raised in California. His younger brother, Steven, was kidnapped by child molester Kenneth Parnell in 1972 and held captive for more than seven years before escaping and being reunited with his family. Cary Stayner would later say that he felt neglected while his parents grieved over the loss of Steven. He later claimed that, at age 11, he was molested by an uncle. When Steven escaped from Parnell and returned home in 1980, he received massive media attention. Steven died in a motorcycle accident in 1989. The following year, Cary Stayner's uncle, with whom Cary was living at the time, was murdered. Stayner attempted suicide in 1991 and was arrested in 1997 for the possession of drugs, the charges were eventually dropped. Between February and July 1999, he murdered two women and two teenagers: Carole Sund; her daughter, 15-year-old Juli Sund; their travel companion, an Argentinian exchange student, 16-year-old Silvina Pelosso; and Yosemite National Institute employee, Joie Armstrong. The first two victims, Carole Sund and Silvina Pelosso, were found in the trunk of the charred remains of Carole's rental car. Both bodies were identified using dental records. A note was sent to police with a hand-drawn map indicating the location of the third victim, Juli Sund. The top of the note read, "we had fun with this one". Investigators went to the location depicted on the map and found the remains of Juli, whose throat had been cut. Stayner claimed after his arrest that he had fantasised about murdering women since he was seven years old, long before the abduction of his brother. Stayner pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. His lawyers claimed that the Stayner family had a history of sexual abuse and mental illness, manifesting itself not only in the murders, but also his obsessive-compulsive disorder. Nevertheless he was found sane and convicted of four counts of first degree murder.

Thu 6th April

Noon

Crimes That Shook Australia

March 27, 1986 was a day that shocked the nation. The explosion was caused by a car bomb hidden in a stolen Holden Commodore, which ripped apart the floors of the Police HQ and surrounding buildings in Melbourne. The blast seriously injured 22 people and was the cause of the first Australian policewoman fatality in the line of duty. In the course of the investigation, a group of people were apprehended. It was later found that the motivation for the bombing was revenge on police for previous convictions.

Thu 6th April

The Killing Season

Discovering that the current systems in place to detect serial killers are severely broken, suffering from an inability to connect the dots, Rachel and Josh head to New Mexico to experience firsthand just how bad things have become. Albuquerque's police department has a long history of corruption and civil rights violations, serious enough for the Department of Justice to have taken over the force. That's why it's no surprise that a case involving 10 women found in a mass grave on the city's west side remains unsolved. After quickly being shut down by Albuquerque police, Rachel and Josh find themselves searching for a drifter who left a mysterious message for a local PI including details of the case. Soon they realise eerie connections between the victims expose an even darker reality, one they've yet to experience in their investigations so far.

Thu 6th April

What The Killer Saw

In a unique format feature, witness the crime from the killer's point of view. See what the murderer sees and, as you do, a profile emerges: of the killer's behaviour, his traits and his psyche. The only thing that remains hidden is the killer's identity. Over the course of the show, through the testimony from the case's insiders, cops, friends, and family, we meet a number of suspects but never know whose point of view it is that we're seeing. Through which suspect's eyes are we watching events unfold?

Thu 6th April

Cold Blood

In Ada, Oklahoma, 21-year-old Debbie Sue Carter is found raped, beaten, and strangled in her apartment. It's a horrific scene; a belt around her neck, a bloody palm print by her bed, cryptic notes scrawled in ketchup, and nail polish on the walls. No-one, including the police, can imagine who could have done this - especially in a town where everyone knows everyone. The investigation flounders until hair and blood samples point the finger at a washed-up baseball player and a high school science teacher. It's a haunting tale of small-town intrigue, shaky evidence, and a quest for justice that thrusts Ada into the national spotlight and leaves a family wondering for a quarter of a century, who killed Debbie Carter?

Thu 6th April

Sins and Secrets

Every city has its secret. Every city has a dark side. Sins and Secrets profiles a notorious crime - one whose unique details exposed the dark underbelly of the community where it took place. As the investigation beats of each episode unfold, the mystery, scandal, and tabloid allure generated both reveal and forever alters the city. Blood has been shed, and the town will never be the same.

Thu 6th April

Born to Kill?

The three Briley Brothers (Anthony Ray Briley, James 'JB' Briley, Jr and Linwood Briley) were born to a stable home with two parents in northeastern Richmond, Virginia. With their younger sibling Anthony, Linwood and James were regarded by older neighbors as people who would help neighbours repair cars or mow lawns. In 1979, the brothers and an accomplice, Duncan Meekins, began the seven month series of random killings that terrified the city and the surrounding region. The judge presiding at one of their trials summed up the case as "the vilest rampage of rape, murder and robbery that the court has seen in 30 years". The Brileys were convicted of 11 murders it is thought they may have been responsible for 20 or more. Linwood and J.B. Briley were sent to Virginia's death row where a flourishing drug and weapon trade operated in the prison under their leadership and were the ringleaders in the six inmate escape in 1984. Linwood and J.B. Briley were the ringleaders in the six inmate escape from Virginia's death row at Mecklenburg Correctional Center on May 31, 1984. During the early moments of the escape, in which a coordinated effort resulted in inmates taking over the death row unit, both Brileys expressed strong interest in killing the officers that they had taken hostage. They went so far as to douse captive officers in lighter fluid and were prepared to toss in a lit match to complete the action. Willie Lloyd Turner, another death row inmate, stepped in the way of James Briley and forbade him from doing so. Meanwhile, cop killer Wilbert Lee Evans prevented Linwood Briley from raping a female nurse who had been taken hostage while en route to delivering medication to inmates in the unit.

Thu 6th April

Evening

Cops

When our cops arrest a suspect for dealing drugs they show compassion by offering up help to his pregnant girlfriend.

Thu 6th April

Cops

Officers from the Sacramento Police Department confront a suspect attempting to run from the police and find him in possession of methamphetamines. Next, the Portland Police Bureau in Portland, OR, stops a driver for reckless driving, and later they suspect the driver of a DUI. Finally, the Sacramento Police Department responds to an assistance call after a woman claims that her neighbour stole two of her marijuana plants from her backyard.

Thu 6th April

Homicide Hunter

When two teenagers discover the lifeless body of Roy Johnson, detectives must figure out what killed him and how he wound up in the middle of the street. As the investigation unfolds, Lt Joe Kenda learns of a domestic disturbance reported a few blocks away, leading him to wonder if the killer could be a jealous lover or just plain unhinged. Then, a distraught man reports he found his wife Josie Hancock hanging from the ceiling. But when police investigate, not all the evidence points to a typical suicide, leading Kenda to bring in a team of forensic experts to get to the truth.

Thu 6th April

Snapped: She Made Me Do It

True stories of women accused of manipulating men to do their evil bidding. Although the crimes differ in nature, they all share a common theme - a woman is credited to being the chief mastermind behind the scenes. Through witness testimonies, expert interviews and dramatic re-enactments, each episode explores criminal cases surrounding the femme fatale. From a romantic reconciliation dinner that ends in homicide to a star athlete who is discovered lifeless with mysterious wounds, viewers follow the investigation of the alleged perpetrators who claim "she made me do it." Hear both sides of the story and ultimately discover the jury's verdict. In this episode, when a loving husband and father is found stabbed to death in his car, clues point to the wife's lover. Was this a murder fuelled by a man's lust and jealousy, or had he been the pawn of a relentless seductress who used him to get rid of the one man who stood in the way of a $100,000 life insurance policy?

Thu 6th April

Murder Made Me Famous

The horrific 1990 murder of 24 year-old Gregg Smart becomes a national media event, when his attractive young wife is found to be having an affair with the teenage killer. The conviction of Pamela Smart as the mastermind inspires books, a TV movie and Hollywood film. It's a true story of sex, conspiracy, betrayal and innocence lost, set in small town New Hampshire as her trial is the first to be broadcast live on television.

Thu 6th April

Cold Blood

Winston-Salem in 1982 is a city divided by race. And when a young white copy editor is raped and stabbed to death blocks from where she worked, the atmosphere is tense. Especially because eyewitnesses claim the killer is a black man in his 20s. When his alibi falls apart, detectives charge 19-year-old Darryl Hunt with the brutal crime. Though there is little physical evidence linking him to Deborah's murder, a mostly white jury finds him guilty and sentences him to life. It's a tale of murder, race, and justice in the American south that spans 20 years before modern forensic science comes to the rescue and Deborah Sykes' killer finally faces justice once and for all.

Thu 6th April

Homicide Hunter

When two teenagers discover the lifeless body of Roy Johnson, detectives must figure out what killed him and how he wound up in the middle of the street. As the investigation unfolds, Lt Joe Kenda learns of a domestic disturbance reported a few blocks away, leading him to wonder if the killer could be a jealous lover or just plain unhinged. Then, a distraught man reports he found his wife Josie Hancock hanging from the ceiling. But when police investigate, not all the evidence points to a typical suicide, leading Kenda to bring in a team of forensic experts to get to the truth.

Fri 7th April

Morning

Snapped: She Made Me Do It

True stories of women accused of manipulating men to do their evil bidding. Although the crimes differ in nature, they all share a common theme - a woman is credited to being the chief mastermind behind the scenes. Through witness testimonies, expert interviews and dramatic re-enactments, each episode explores criminal cases surrounding the femme fatale. From a romantic reconciliation dinner that ends in homicide to a star athlete who is discovered lifeless with mysterious wounds, viewers follow the investigation of the alleged perpetrators who claim "she made me do it." Hear both sides of the story and ultimately discover the jury's verdict. In this episode, when a loving husband and father is found stabbed to death in his car, clues point to the wife's lover. Was this a murder fuelled by a man's lust and jealousy, or had he been the pawn of a relentless seductress who used him to get rid of the one man who stood in the way of a $100,000 life insurance policy?

Fri 7th April

Murder Made Me Famous

The horrific 1990 murder of 24 year-old Gregg Smart becomes a national media event, when his attractive young wife is found to be having an affair with the teenage killer. The conviction of Pamela Smart as the mastermind inspires books, a TV movie and Hollywood film. It's a true story of sex, conspiracy, betrayal and innocence lost, set in small town New Hampshire as her trial is the first to be broadcast live on television.

Fri 7th April

Forensic Files

A six-year-old girl ran and hid when she saw her grandmother being beaten to death, but the man followed her, beat her, and assaulted her. The girl said he was her Uncle Clarence, and he was convicted because of her identification. She recanted her testimony years later, but the court denied Clarence's petition for a new trial. His wife was convinced he was innocent and decided to conduct her own investigation to prove it.

Fri 7th April

Traffic Cops

South Yorkshire's elite police traffic unit continues its battle to make the roads safer by taking on the TWOC'kers - reckless teenagers who are hooked on stealing cars for fun. Their crime is known as Taking Without Owners Consent, hence the Twockers nickname. CI reveals how the traffic cops in this part of Britain are having to deal with the theft of up to 30 cars a day, every day.

Fri 7th April

Cold Blood

Winston-Salem in 1982 is a city divided by race. And when a young white copy editor is raped and stabbed to death blocks from where she worked, the atmosphere is tense. Especially because eyewitnesses claim the killer is a black man in his 20s. When his alibi falls apart, detectives charge 19-year-old Darryl Hunt with the brutal crime. Though there is little physical evidence linking him to Deborah's murder, a mostly white jury finds him guilty and sentences him to life. It's a tale of murder, race, and justice in the American south that spans 20 years before modern forensic science comes to the rescue and Deborah Sykes' killer finally faces justice once and for all.

Fri 7th April

North Mission Road

He could change the course of mighty rivers and bend steel in his bare hands, but actor George Reeves was no Superman. His life was sadly mortal and his death, in 1959, remains one of Hollywood's most enduring mysteries. Officially, LA police and LACC listed the cause of death as suicide. But was it?

Fri 7th 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 7th April

Cops

Officers from the Sacramento Police Department confront a suspect attempting to run from the police and find him in possession of methamphetamines. Next, the Portland Police Bureau in Portland, OR, stops a driver for reckless driving, and later they suspect the driver of a DUI. Finally, the Sacramento Police Department responds to an assistance call after a woman claims that her neighbour stole two of her marijuana plants from her backyard.

Fri 7th April

Born to Kill?

The three Briley Brothers (Anthony Ray Briley, James 'JB' Briley, Jr and Linwood Briley) were born to a stable home with two parents in northeastern Richmond, Virginia. With their younger sibling Anthony, Linwood and James were regarded by older neighbors as people who would help neighbours repair cars or mow lawns. In 1979, the brothers and an accomplice, Duncan Meekins, began the seven month series of random killings that terrified the city and the surrounding region. The judge presiding at one of their trials summed up the case as "the vilest rampage of rape, murder and robbery that the court has seen in 30 years". The Brileys were convicted of 11 murders it is thought they may have been responsible for 20 or more. Linwood and J.B. Briley were sent to Virginia's death row where a flourishing drug and weapon trade operated in the prison under their leadership and were the ringleaders in the six inmate escape in 1984. Linwood and J.B. Briley were the ringleaders in the six inmate escape from Virginia's death row at Mecklenburg Correctional Center on May 31, 1984. During the early moments of the escape, in which a coordinated effort resulted in inmates taking over the death row unit, both Brileys expressed strong interest in killing the officers that they had taken hostage. They went so far as to douse captive officers in lighter fluid and were prepared to toss in a lit match to complete the action. Willie Lloyd Turner, another death row inmate, stepped in the way of James Briley and forbade him from doing so. Meanwhile, cop killer Wilbert Lee Evans prevented Linwood Briley from raping a female nurse who had been taken hostage while en route to delivering medication to inmates in the unit.

Fri 7th April

Traffic Cops

South Yorkshire's elite police traffic unit continues its battle to make the roads safer by taking on the TWOC'kers - reckless teenagers who are hooked on stealing cars for fun. Their crime is known as Taking Without Owners Consent, hence the Twockers nickname. CI reveals how the traffic cops in this part of Britain are having to deal with the theft of up to 30 cars a day, every day.

Fri 7th April

Homicide Hunter

When two teenagers discover the lifeless body of Roy Johnson, detectives must figure out what killed him and how he wound up in the middle of the street. As the investigation unfolds, Lt Joe Kenda learns of a domestic disturbance reported a few blocks away, leading him to wonder if the killer could be a jealous lover or just plain unhinged. Then, a distraught man reports he found his wife Josie Hancock hanging from the ceiling. But when police investigate, not all the evidence points to a typical suicide, leading Kenda to bring in a team of forensic experts to get to the truth.

Fri 7th April

Killer Kids

In Parker, Florida, when a 16-year-old boy goes missing, all signs point to homicide. Suspicion falls upon the boy's girlfriend, a rebellious teen. When the truth is revealed, it proves to be both more complicated and more disturbing than anyone would have guessed. When a young couple adopts two newborn babies, they look forward to a happy life, raising their family in peace. Before long, though, their boy begins exhibiting disturbing signs. The parents try desperately to find help for their troubled son, but his issues explode in a frenzy of violence before that help can be secured.

Fri 7th April

Murder Made Me Famous

The horrific 1990 murder of 24 year-old Gregg Smart becomes a national media event, when his attractive young wife is found to be having an affair with the teenage killer. The conviction of Pamela Smart as the mastermind inspires books, a TV movie and Hollywood film. It's a true story of sex, conspiracy, betrayal and innocence lost, set in small town New Hampshire as her trial is the first to be broadcast live on television.

Fri 7th April

Sins and Secrets

Every city has its secret. Every city has a dark side. Sins and Secrets profiles a notorious crime - one whose unique details exposed the dark underbelly of the community where it took place. As the investigation beats of each episode unfold, the mystery, scandal, and tabloid allure generated both reveal and forever alters the city. Blood has been shed, and the town will never be the same.

Fri 7th April

Born to Kill?

The three Briley Brothers (Anthony Ray Briley, James 'JB' Briley, Jr and Linwood Briley) were born to a stable home with two parents in northeastern Richmond, Virginia. With their younger sibling Anthony, Linwood and James were regarded by older neighbors as people who would help neighbours repair cars or mow lawns. In 1979, the brothers and an accomplice, Duncan Meekins, began the seven month series of random killings that terrified the city and the surrounding region. The judge presiding at one of their trials summed up the case as "the vilest rampage of rape, murder and robbery that the court has seen in 30 years". The Brileys were convicted of 11 murders it is thought they may have been responsible for 20 or more. Linwood and J.B. Briley were sent to Virginia's death row where a flourishing drug and weapon trade operated in the prison under their leadership and were the ringleaders in the six inmate escape in 1984. Linwood and J.B. Briley were the ringleaders in the six inmate escape from Virginia's death row at Mecklenburg Correctional Center on May 31, 1984. During the early moments of the escape, in which a coordinated effort resulted in inmates taking over the death row unit, both Brileys expressed strong interest in killing the officers that they had taken hostage. They went so far as to douse captive officers in lighter fluid and were prepared to toss in a lit match to complete the action. Willie Lloyd Turner, another death row inmate, stepped in the way of James Briley and forbade him from doing so. Meanwhile, cop killer Wilbert Lee Evans prevented Linwood Briley from raping a female nurse who had been taken hostage while en route to delivering medication to inmates in the unit.

Fri 7th April

Noon

Homicide Hunter

When two teenagers discover the lifeless body of Roy Johnson, detectives must figure out what killed him and how he wound up in the middle of the street. As the investigation unfolds, Lt Joe Kenda learns of a domestic disturbance reported a few blocks away, leading him to wonder if the killer could be a jealous lover or just plain unhinged. Then, a distraught man reports he found his wife Josie Hancock hanging from the ceiling. But when police investigate, not all the evidence points to a typical suicide, leading Kenda to bring in a team of forensic experts to get to the truth.

Fri 7th April

Snapped: She Made Me Do It

True stories of women accused of manipulating men to do their evil bidding. Although the crimes differ in nature, they all share a common theme - a woman is credited to being the chief mastermind behind the scenes. Through witness testimonies, expert interviews and dramatic re-enactments, each episode explores criminal cases surrounding the femme fatale. From a romantic reconciliation dinner that ends in homicide to a star athlete who is discovered lifeless with mysterious wounds, viewers follow the investigation of the alleged perpetrators who claim "she made me do it." Hear both sides of the story and ultimately discover the jury's verdict. In this episode, when a loving husband and father is found stabbed to death in his car, clues point to the wife's lover. Was this a murder fuelled by a man's lust and jealousy, or had he been the pawn of a relentless seductress who used him to get rid of the one man who stood in the way of a $100,000 life insurance policy?

Fri 7th April

Murder Made Me Famous

The horrific 1990 murder of 24 year-old Gregg Smart becomes a national media event, when his attractive young wife is found to be having an affair with the teenage killer. The conviction of Pamela Smart as the mastermind inspires books, a TV movie and Hollywood film. It's a true story of sex, conspiracy, betrayal and innocence lost, set in small town New Hampshire as her trial is the first to be broadcast live on television.

Fri 7th April

Cold Blood

Winston-Salem in 1982 is a city divided by race. And when a young white copy editor is raped and stabbed to death blocks from where she worked, the atmosphere is tense. Especially because eyewitnesses claim the killer is a black man in his 20s. When his alibi falls apart, detectives charge 19-year-old Darryl Hunt with the brutal crime. Though there is little physical evidence linking him to Deborah's murder, a mostly white jury finds him guilty and sentences him to life. It's a tale of murder, race, and justice in the American south that spans 20 years before modern forensic science comes to the rescue and Deborah Sykes' killer finally faces justice once and for all.

Fri 7th April

Sins and Secrets

Every city has its secret. Every city has a dark side. Sins and Secrets profiles a notorious crime - one whose unique details exposed the dark underbelly of the community where it took place. As the investigation beats of each episode unfold, the mystery, scandal, and tabloid allure generated both reveal and forever alters the city. Blood has been shed, and the town will never be the same.

Fri 7th April

Born to Kill?

The strange sight of a 47-year-old handcuffed man surrounded by police walking through the woods while wearing a woman's wig must have puzzled many Cape Cod residents on the morning of April 9, 2000. The man, Hadden Clark, a cross-dressing cannibal killer convicted in Maryland of two murders, was looking for the graves of two women he claimed to have buried nearly two decades ago. The woods were part of a seven acre property once owned by his grandfather. Clark told a fellow inmate whom he believes is Jesus Christ that he killed as many as a dozen women and girls along the Eastern Seaboard between the mid-'70s and 1993, the year he was arrested. On the trip he refused to co-operate with authorities until they procured for him women's clothing. Agents complied and bought a skirt, panties and a bra at a nearby K-Mart. Though he complained that the skirt was the wrong size, he kept the panties and bra. Clark is serving a 60-year sentence for the slayings of six-year-old Michele Dorr and 23-year-old Laura Houghteling. Showing a liking for sending police on treasure hunts, last December he led police to a bucket with 230 pieces of women's jewellery buried on the property. One of the pieces was Laura Houghteling's high school ring. Clark told his inmate friend that the discovered jewellery was a collection of 'trophies' from a long killing spree. Clark told an inmate that he stabbed Michele Dorr to death, then threw her in a duffel bag and took her to his home where he ate some of her remains before burying her. He also confessed to eating and torturing other women and girls. Although Clark came from a well-to-do family, it seems murder may have been in his genes. In 1984, his brother, during a night of drinking and drugs, would murder his date. After banging her head against a brick cinderblock and strangling her, he cut up her body, cooked part of her breasts on his barbeque grill, ate them, and then stuffed the remaining body parts into plastic bags.

Fri 7th April

Evening

Cops

When a suspect is pulled over by the cops for erratic driving, what originally looks like a small bust turns large.

Fri 7th April

Cops

Officers from the Portland Police Bureau must assist an older man after he crashes his car into a sign, takes off on foot and collapses after complaining of heart problems. Then, the Las Vegas Metro Police Department attempts to stop a van after it makes multiple traffic violations, and the officers discover possible stolen items and crystal meth in the suspect's pocket. Finally, officers from the Rialto Police Department in California respond to a domestic disturbance call after a couple engages in a heated disagreement over a damaged wall.

Fri 7th 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 the help of the Internet and a CIA operative, 'unfriending' leads a Tennessee couple to their deaths.

Fri 7th April

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, this program gives access to the stories of the heartbroken victims and the heartless criminals they loved, offering a rare insight to the criminal mind. It 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 7th 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, Colene Bush and Julie Jackson are both students at the University of New Mexico. But late one night, their study-break turns deadly when they're abducted at knifepoint by a deranged predator with rape and murder on his mind. When Colene resists, she is stabbed in the face and locked in the trunk of the car. Still determined to save herself and her best friend, she eventually manages to escape, but not for long. With dozens of stab wounds and a knife blade in her back, the only way Colene can survive is to play dead. And when she eventually finds herself alone in the desert, she must crawl towards the light, one inch at a time.

Fri 7th April

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

For rookies, the mental game in prison can be even more challenging than the physical one. D'Angelo is frustrated when he has trouble catching inmates in his unit with contraband. Lilly learns a hard lesson about trusting inmates when a phone goes missing in the pod. Purto joins the elite STIU team to interview a gang member. New rookie Chaz hits the line and hopes to live up to his father's legacy.

Fri 7th April

Dark Temptations

If you think you've seen every motive for murder - think again. This show pries open the lid of worlds where weird obsessions turn deadly. The bizarre temptations behind these murders shocked even the toughest law enforcers. Meet the married man with a shoe fetish that accelerates into serial killing, the cannibal craving fresh human meat, the voodoo priest who uses black magic to entrap vulnerable women, the teenagers who act out their murderous rap lyrics, the snake-handling preacher who uses serpents to stop his wife's sin and the businessman who goes to horrifying lengths to remove his own leg. Explore the intriguing psychology of how twisted the human mind can become. Interviews with investigators, friends and victims, coupled with dark and dramatic recreations, throw open these secret lives. Come on a suspenseful slide to the darker side.

Sat 8th 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. As a toddler, Nick had horrible night terrors and dreamt of being a Civil War soldier. Will he now be able to handle a visit back to the battleground where he lost his life centuries ago? Young Ahna is able to communicate with deceased loved ones, and remembers living in an ancient Egyptian civilization. Will Ahna's family be able to help her not feel so alone in this modern world? Follow two youngsters on a journey to say goodbye to the past and move forward in the present.

Sat 8th 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, Colene Bush and Julie Jackson are both students at the University of New Mexico. But late one night, their study-break turns deadly when they're abducted at knifepoint by a deranged predator with rape and murder on his mind. When Colene resists, she is stabbed in the face and locked in the trunk of the car. Still determined to save herself and her best friend, she eventually manages to escape, but not for long. With dozens of stab wounds and a knife blade in her back, the only way Colene can survive is to play dead. And when she eventually finds herself alone in the desert, she must crawl towards the light, one inch at a time.

Sat 8th April

Forensic Files

Police investigating the 1984 murder of a college student had plenty of suspects, but no conclusive evidence linking any of them to the crime. More than a decade later, sophisticated technology would breathe new life into a case grown cold with the passage of time.

Sat 8th April

Traffic Cops

Traffic Cops are back and this time they are taking prisoners, and their cars! In an effort to stop drivers from driving whilst uninsured or disqualified, the South Yorkshire Police traffic unit have introduced a new, highly controversial, policy of seizing vehicles from the people they catch driving them who are not insured or not have a driving licence. It's code-named OPERATION TAKEAWAY and means that the traffic cops can confiscate uninsured vehicles and, if the bills are not paid or insurance not taken out, they can have them crushed, recycled, and, as one traffic cop puts it, turned into coke cans. South Yorkshire has a higher proportion of uninsured drivers than almost anywhere else in Britain. On average, it's thought that 1-in-20 UK motorists regularly drive without insurance. In some South Yorkshire housing estates this average rises to 1-in-3. A huge problem.

Sat 8th April

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

For rookies, the mental game in prison can be even more challenging than the physical one. D'Angelo is frustrated when he has trouble catching inmates in his unit with contraband. Lilly learns a hard lesson about trusting inmates when a phone goes missing in the pod. Purto joins the elite STIU team to interview a gang member. New rookie Chaz hits the line and hopes to live up to his father's legacy.

Sat 8th April

North Mission Road

A young student was found dead at a party. To the investigator's surprise, the victim's blood tested positive to GHB, also known as Liquid Ecstasy or the "Date Rape" drug. Will investigators and the district attorney be able to find the murderer and for the first time, successfully prosecute him for a death by GHB?

Sat 8th 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 8th April

Cops

Officers from the Portland Police Bureau must assist an older man after he crashes his car into a sign, takes off on foot and collapses after complaining of heart problems. Then, the Las Vegas Metro Police Department attempts to stop a van after it makes multiple traffic violations, and the officers discover possible stolen items and crystal meth in the suspect's pocket. Finally, officers from the Rialto Police Department in California respond to a domestic disturbance call after a couple engages in a heated disagreement over a damaged wall.

Sat 8th April

Born to Kill?

The strange sight of a 47-year-old handcuffed man surrounded by police walking through the woods while wearing a woman's wig must have puzzled many Cape Cod residents on the morning of April 9, 2000. The man, Hadden Clark, a cross-dressing cannibal killer convicted in Maryland of two murders, was looking for the graves of two women he claimed to have buried nearly two decades ago. The woods were part of a seven acre property once owned by his grandfather. Clark told a fellow inmate whom he believes is Jesus Christ that he killed as many as a dozen women and girls along the Eastern Seaboard between the mid-'70s and 1993, the year he was arrested. On the trip he refused to co-operate with authorities until they procured for him women's clothing. Agents complied and bought a skirt, panties and a bra at a nearby K-Mart. Though he complained that the skirt was the wrong size, he kept the panties and bra. Clark is serving a 60-year sentence for the slayings of six-year-old Michele Dorr and 23-year-old Laura Houghteling. Showing a liking for sending police on treasure hunts, last December he led police to a bucket with 230 pieces of women's jewellery buried on the property. One of the pieces was Laura Houghteling's high school ring. Clark told his inmate friend that the discovered jewellery was a collection of 'trophies' from a long killing spree. Clark told an inmate that he stabbed Michele Dorr to death, then threw her in a duffel bag and took her to his home where he ate some of her remains before burying her. He also confessed to eating and torturing other women and girls. Although Clark came from a well-to-do family, it seems murder may have been in his genes. In 1984, his brother, during a night of drinking and drugs, would murder his date. After banging her head against a brick cinderblock and strangling her, he cut up her body, cooked part of her breasts on his barbeque grill, ate them, and then stuffed the remaining body parts into plastic bags.

Sat 8th April

Traffic Cops

Traffic Cops are back and this time they are taking prisoners, and their cars! In an effort to stop drivers from driving whilst uninsured or disqualified, the South Yorkshire Police traffic unit have introduced a new, highly controversial, policy of seizing vehicles from the people they catch driving them who are not insured or not have a driving licence. It's code-named OPERATION TAKEAWAY and means that the traffic cops can confiscate uninsured vehicles and, if the bills are not paid or insurance not taken out, they can have them crushed, recycled, and, as one traffic cop puts it, turned into coke cans. South Yorkshire has a higher proportion of uninsured drivers than almost anywhere else in Britain. On average, it's thought that 1-in-20 UK motorists regularly drive without insurance. In some South Yorkshire housing estates this average rises to 1-in-3. A huge problem.

Sat 8th April

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, this program gives access to the stories of the heartbroken victims and the heartless criminals they loved, offering a rare insight to the criminal mind. It 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 8th 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 the help of the Internet and a CIA operative, 'unfriending' leads a Tennessee couple to their deaths.

Sat 8th 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, Colene Bush and Julie Jackson are both students at the University of New Mexico. But late one night, their study-break turns deadly when they're abducted at knifepoint by a deranged predator with rape and murder on his mind. When Colene resists, she is stabbed in the face and locked in the trunk of the car. Still determined to save herself and her best friend, she eventually manages to escape, but not for long. With dozens of stab wounds and a knife blade in her back, the only way Colene can survive is to play dead. And when she eventually finds herself alone in the desert, she must crawl towards the light, one inch at a time.

Sat 8th April

Sins and Secrets

Every city has its secret. Every city has a dark side. Sins and Secrets profiles a notorious crime - one whose unique details exposed the dark underbelly of the community where it took place. As the investigation beats of each episode unfold, the mystery, scandal, and tabloid allure generated both reveal and forever alters the city. Blood has been shed, and the town will never be the same.

Sat 8th April

Born to Kill?

The strange sight of a 47-year-old handcuffed man surrounded by police walking through the woods while wearing a woman's wig must have puzzled many Cape Cod residents on the morning of April 9, 2000. The man, Hadden Clark, a cross-dressing cannibal killer convicted in Maryland of two murders, was looking for the graves of two women he claimed to have buried nearly two decades ago. The woods were part of a seven acre property once owned by his grandfather. Clark told a fellow inmate whom he believes is Jesus Christ that he killed as many as a dozen women and girls along the Eastern Seaboard between the mid-'70s and 1993, the year he was arrested. On the trip he refused to co-operate with authorities until they procured for him women's clothing. Agents complied and bought a skirt, panties and a bra at a nearby K-Mart. Though he complained that the skirt was the wrong size, he kept the panties and bra. Clark is serving a 60-year sentence for the slayings of six-year-old Michele Dorr and 23-year-old Laura Houghteling. Showing a liking for sending police on treasure hunts, last December he led police to a bucket with 230 pieces of women's jewellery buried on the property. One of the pieces was Laura Houghteling's high school ring. Clark told his inmate friend that the discovered jewellery was a collection of 'trophies' from a long killing spree. Clark told an inmate that he stabbed Michele Dorr to death, then threw her in a duffel bag and took her to his home where he ate some of her remains before burying her. He also confessed to eating and torturing other women and girls. Although Clark came from a well-to-do family, it seems murder may have been in his genes. In 1984, his brother, during a night of drinking and drugs, would murder his date. After banging her head against a brick cinderblock and strangling her, he cut up her body, cooked part of her breasts on his barbeque grill, ate them, and then stuffed the remaining body parts into plastic bags.

Sat 8th 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 the help of the Internet and a CIA operative, 'unfriending' leads a Tennessee couple to their deaths.

Sat 8th April

Cold Case Files

A New Orleans police officer goes undercover on a Baton Rouge river boat to gain a confession from one of the ship's maintenance workers, who is suspected of murder. Also, a Wisconsin man suspected of committing murder using nunchucks, a weapon consisting of handles connected by a chain, goes on trial nearly 10 years after the victim's body was found on Christmas Eve 1987.

Sat 8th April

Cold Case Files

A series of brutal rapes in St Louis goes unsolved for many years until a random audit of a licence plate number leads police to the culprit.

Sat 8th April

Cold Case Files

A killer's bite marks and a jailhouse snitch lead to a murder conviction in a case gone cold for eight years. Also, a group of super sleuths tries to solve the slaying of 18-year-old Jamie Weiss, found dead in her bathtub in 1996.

Sat 8th April

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

For rookies, the mental game in prison can be even more challenging than the physical one. D'Angelo is frustrated when he has trouble catching inmates in his unit with contraband. Lilly learns a hard lesson about trusting inmates when a phone goes missing in the pod. Purto joins the elite STIU team to interview a gang member. New rookie Chaz hits the line and hopes to live up to his father's legacy.

Sat 8th April

Deadly Women

When some brides vowed to love and honour their husbands, they lied. A Christian mother lent a helping hand to murder, a policeman's wife took the law into her own hands and a military bride plans a precision attack. These women made a mockery of marital commitment. They only promised to have and to kill. 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.

Sat 8th April

Evening

Happily Never After

Religious and loving, Carol Ann Williams has always dreamt of sharing a life with a man of the same values. After a sad divorce, the 53 year old moves near her family in Perry, Oklahoma. She hopes to make a fresh start. She places an ad in a Christian dating magazine and receives a response from 50 year old Dennis Hellar. He, too, is a devoted church going man with his own lawn care business on the side. After a brief courtship, Carol and Dennis know their prayers for the perfect mate have been answered. Dennis proposes to Carol and she eagerly says yes. On June 13, 1994, they come together in holy matrimony and promise to be together for the rest of their lives. But a year later, one day before their first wedding anniversary, Dennis returns home from church to find his new bride bed ridden and foaming from the mouth. He immediately calls 911 and begs for them to send help. But it's no use. Hours later, Carol suffers a heart attack and dies. An autopsy is performed and reveals Carol had calcium oxalate in her body during her time of death. This lethal substance could only be in her system due to a rare disease or by ingesting anti-freeze. Since Carol did not have the rare disease, investigators are called in and her death is ruled a homicide. How did Carol get anti-freeze in her system? As detectives dig into Carol's background, they uncover a shocking history of illness, lies and the ultimate betrayal.

Sat 8th 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 woman refuses to accept that her ex is terrorising her, a woman tries to smoke out the truth about her mysterious old flame, and a guy's relationship with his personal trainer brings him to his knees.

Sat 8th 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. Marcia Callaway's relationship with Texas trucker James Kelly endures many hardships - fights, breakups, and even the couple's Valentine's Day wedding being postponed when James is sent to prison. But true devotion knows no bounds; and when James is released, they can finally marry. Things are looking up - until greed and deceit set off a chain reaction that leads to six arrests and one dead body.

Sat 8th April

Solitary

This film tells the stories of several inmates sent to Red Onion State Prison, one of over 40 supermax prisons across the US, built to hold inmates in 8'x10' solitary confinement cells, 23 hours a day. With unprecedented access, this immersive film weaves through prison corridors and cells, capturing the chilling sounds and haunting atmosphere of the prison. Profoundly intimate, reflective interviews with inmates reveal violent childhoods, the dangers of prison life, and struggles to maintain sanity in the unrelenting monotony of confinement. Interwoven with their stories are the voices of the corrections officers, who are serving a different type of time right alongside the prisoners, and struggle themselves to maintain their humanity. Filmed over the course of one year, this film tells the stories of people caught in the complex American penal system and raises provocative questions about what should be considered 'cruel and unusual' punishment today.

Sat 8th April

The Killing Season

Discovering that the current systems in place to detect serial killers are severely broken, suffering from an inability to connect the dots, Rachel and Josh head to New Mexico to experience firsthand just how bad things have become. Albuquerque's police department has a long history of corruption and civil rights violations, serious enough for the Department of Justice to have taken over the force. That's why it's no surprise that a case involving 10 women found in a mass grave on the city's west side remains unsolved. After quickly being shut down by Albuquerque police, Rachel and Josh find themselves searching for a drifter who left a mysterious message for a local PI including details of the case. Soon they realise eerie connections between the victims expose an even darker reality, one they've yet to experience in their investigations so far.

Sun 9th 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. When six-year-old Rylann spoke of bizarre details of dying in a lightning storm and a plane crash, her mother wasn't sure what to do. Then, she was stunned when she found a horrific plane crash in 1982 that matched all of the details from Rylann's stories. Young Jessica was tormented by other kids for being different. But when she started talking about fighting a battle in the 1600's, her mother became really worried. Will these two mothers be able to help their children overcome the trauma from their past lives and finally get their daughters back?

Sun 9th April

Solitary

This film tells the stories of several inmates sent to Red Onion State Prison, one of over 40 supermax prisons across the US, built to hold inmates in 8'x10' solitary confinement cells, 23 hours a day. With unprecedented access, this immersive film weaves through prison corridors and cells, capturing the chilling sounds and haunting atmosphere of the prison. Profoundly intimate, reflective interviews with inmates reveal violent childhoods, the dangers of prison life, and struggles to maintain sanity in the unrelenting monotony of confinement. Interwoven with their stories are the voices of the corrections officers, who are serving a different type of time right alongside the prisoners, and struggle themselves to maintain their humanity. Filmed over the course of one year, this film tells the stories of people caught in the complex American penal system and raises provocative questions about what should be considered 'cruel and unusual' punishment today.

Sun 9th 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 woman refuses to accept that her ex is terrorising her, a woman tries to smoke out the truth about her mysterious old flame, and a guy's relationship with his personal trainer brings him to his knees.