TV Guide

Sun 22nd January

Morning

The Haunting Of

Witness an on location, in-depth investigative exploration of a celebrity's paranormal experience with the goal of providing closure to their story. At the beginning of each episode, the celebrity will tell the bone chilling events during their paranormal experience. Then, a small team, led by our medium, will take the celebrity back to the place of the haunting to uncover the true story of why it took place and who may be responsible. While it will always be scary and hauntingly atmospheric, there will also be moments of raw emotion, as in many cases there is a personal connection between the ghost and the haunted celebrity.

Sun 22nd January

Valentine Road

This documentary unravels the tragic murder of a young teenager who had just begun exploring his gender identity. A powerful and disturbing look at a despicable hate crime, the circumstances that led to the crime, and its complicated and far-reaching aftermath.

Sun 22nd January

Wives With Knives

To deal with the pressure of balancing school and work, Flora Williams turns to prescription pills. Soon after, she falls in love with an older man named Matt. But the relationship takes a volatile turn.

Sun 22nd January

Fatal Vows

Jennifer is just 15 years old when she befriends 22-year-old Cristobal Palacio in the Miami shopping mall where she works. Cristobal professes his love to her almost immediately, but Jennifer resists his advances for three years, preferring his company in the friend zone. That is, until Jennifer develops the debilitating symptoms of lupus. Cristobal helps her through this difficult time, and she's grateful enough for his support and companionship to finally concede to a romantic relationship. Cristobal seems like a great boyfriend at first. But almost as soon as they marry, he reveals an entirely new, repressed part of his personality to Jennifer. He becomes controlling and psychologically abusive. She feels trapped for years - until she falls madly in love with another man. Cristobal agrees to a divorce. But just when she thinks they've both moved on, the jealousy's full potency rears its ugly, and deadly, head.

Sun 22nd January

Deadly Women

Most children value their mother's enduring love. But a few are only concerned with a different kind of maternal support - money. A caregiver bleeds dry her defenseless mother-in-law; a straight-A-student plots against her own flesh and blood, and a runaway returns home to drain more than her mother's bank account. These Deadly Women prove all they care about is 'Mom's Money'. "Deadly Women" investigates 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 22nd January

Forensic Files

When a federal agency rules that a fire was intentionally set, the mother of the child killed in the suspicious fire was charged with murder. But are government scientists, with all of their resources, always right? The accused in this case undertook her own arson investigation, and was able to poke enough holes in the governments scientific conclusions to raise serious questions about whether the fire was intentionally set, or was an accident.

Sun 22nd January

Forensic Files

When a man dies unexpectedly in the office of a noted California doctor, police begin what they think will be a routine investigation. What they find throws doubt on the identity of the dead man and raises questions about the doctor's role in his death. Soon they uncover a bizarre story of corpse stealing, faked identities, and sexual perversion - all part of an elaborate insurance case that will centre on what actually caused the victim's death: a sex act gone wrong, or premeditated murder.

Sun 22nd January

Forensic Files

If a perpetrator leaves a shoe print in the mud, investigators use established techniques to made a mould of the shoe impression for later identification. But what happens if the impression is left in the snow? Here's the story of one investigator, whose quick thinking and knowledge of science enabled him to capture a shoe impression made in snow, before the evidence melted away.

Sun 22nd January

Forensic Files

When we think of looking for fingerprints at a crime scene, we generally think of hard objects that a perpetrator may have touched a doorknob, a drinking glass - but a fabric? Is it possible that a piece of cloth could contain a fingerprint that would identify a killer? There now exists the technology to do just that - and in this case, it meant justice for the parents of a young woman, who was killed in a senseless act of revenge.

Sun 22nd January

Forensic Files

When a six year old girl disappears from church during a Sunday service, investigators fear a stalker is preying on children in the church shadows. A psychological profile of the perpetrator lead investigators to taxi cab driver who was in the vicinity of the church at the time of the disappearance. His 'masseuse' revealed that the cab driver liked to discuss his fantasies during his weekly massages. One fantasy closely resembled the church abduction.

Sun 22nd January

Forensic Files

A beautiful model goes missing and no one has a clue to her whereabouts until a park employee discovers photographs in a trash dumpster. With the photos are some vital pieces of information which eventually lead to a professional photographer. He claims the woman died during a consensual sexual encounter gone wrong, but the woman's corpse and some high tech digital imagery tell a more sinister story.

Sun 22nd January

The First 48

In Dallas, Texas, Detective Rick Duggan must unravel the mystery of a body rolled up in a carpet and dumped on the side of a road. In Miami, Detective Fernando Bosch takes it personally when a 66-year-old Cuban man is shot dead in the street.

Sun 22nd January

I Dated A Psycho

Girl meets guy, girl falls for guy, guy turns out to have a dark and deadly secret. You know the drill. As women tell their real-life "I dated an axe murderer" stories, we use police, psychologists and dating experts to unravel the mystery and explain how these relationships went tragically wrong. Mary Gemmer is a single mother looking for love in a small town. She thinks she has scored when she begins a romance with her son's handsome football coach. For years, their relationship goes through the motions, having both highs and lows. It's not until those lows become unbearable that Mary comes to realise that maybe her Prince Charming isn't such a Prince after all. Dewayne Barrentine is also a single parent, and lives the quiet life in a small Florida town. He thinks he has it all until he meets Tausha Fields and her little girl. The spark is instant and in a blink of an eye, they form a family. All is well until slowly but surely, their lives are torn apart by lies and manipulation. Everything eventually comes crashing down when tales of murder cloud their lives.

Sun 22nd January

Valentine Road

This documentary unravels the tragic murder of a young teenager who had just begun exploring his gender identity. A powerful and disturbing look at a despicable hate crime, the circumstances that led to the crime, and its complicated and far-reaching aftermath.

Sun 22nd January

Noon

Wives With Knives

To deal with the pressure of balancing school and work, Flora Williams turns to prescription pills. Soon after, she falls in love with an older man named Matt. But the relationship takes a volatile turn.

Sun 22nd January

Fatal Vows

Jennifer is just 15 years old when she befriends 22-year-old Cristobal Palacio in the Miami shopping mall where she works. Cristobal professes his love to her almost immediately, but Jennifer resists his advances for three years, preferring his company in the friend zone. That is, until Jennifer develops the debilitating symptoms of lupus. Cristobal helps her through this difficult time, and she's grateful enough for his support and companionship to finally concede to a romantic relationship. Cristobal seems like a great boyfriend at first. But almost as soon as they marry, he reveals an entirely new, repressed part of his personality to Jennifer. He becomes controlling and psychologically abusive. She feels trapped for years - until she falls madly in love with another man. Cristobal agrees to a divorce. But just when she thinks they've both moved on, the jealousy's full potency rears its ugly, and deadly, head.

Sun 22nd January

Killer Clergy

The church. A sanctuary for those seeking guidance. And a seat of power for those entrusted to lead their flock. We trust our religious leaders with our secrets and we respect them for their wisdom and communion with the Lord. But sometimes our apparently devout men of the cloth are not what they seem. Tempted by sin, tarnished by power and tainted by corruption, they are driven to murder. Through the testimony of law enforcement officers, prosecutors and parishioners, this series showcases 10 terrifying tales of Clergymen who committed the ultimate sin.

Sun 22nd January

The First 48

In Dallas, Texas, Detective Rick Duggan must unravel the mystery of a body rolled up in a carpet and dumped on the side of a road. In Miami, Detective Fernando Bosch takes it personally when a 66-year-old Cuban man is shot dead in the street.

Sun 22nd January

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 22nd January

Evening

Contract Killers

A chilling story of lust, murder and betrayal. This ground-breaking true crime documentary explores a phenomenon still prevalent in Australia where common people seek out would-be contract killers.

Sun 22nd January

The Detectives Club: New Orleans

When a woman is shot and killed in her home, it's up to Detective Barret Morton to figure out the mysterious method used to kill her. But it's not just the murder weapon that raises eyebrows. There are no signs of burglary or forced entry, and the doors of the tidy home are locked from the outside. The victim is Mary Lou Marx, a devoted 51-year-old mother whose husband is just a few days away from retiring from the US Navy and returning home. There are no witnesses to the actual murder, but neighbours report seeing a suspicious man lurking on the street in a white SUV. Hoping to contact the victim's husband Detective Morton has trouble tracking him down as he's on military duty stationed outside of New Orleans. As he digs deeper, Morton soon uncovers an illicit affair, a suspicious Florida vacation, and a promise with deadly implications.

Sun 22nd January

Serial Killer Sunday

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

Sun 22nd January

Killer Clergy

The church. A sanctuary for those seeking guidance. And a seat of power for those entrusted to lead their flock. We trust our religious leaders with our secrets and we respect them for their wisdom and communion with the Lord. But sometimes our apparently devout men of the cloth are not what they seem. Tempted by sin, tarnished by power and tainted by corruption, they are driven to murder. Through the testimony of law enforcement officers, prosecutors and parishioners, this series showcases 10 terrifying tales of Clergymen who committed the ultimate sin.

Sun 22nd January

Colleen Stan: The Girl In The Box

Kidnapping survivor Colleen Stan tells the disturbing story of her seven-year ordeal. Abducted by a sadistic predator and his wife, she was brainwashed, tortured, and largely confined to a coffin-size box. But the nightmare continued long after Colleen's escape. When she eventually took the stand at her kidnapper's trial, she found herself portrayed as a willing participant. Nearly 40 years later, Colleen bravely explains how she leaned on faith and family to reclaim her identity.

Sun 22nd January

The First 48

In Dallas, Texas, Detective Rick Duggan must unravel the mystery of a body rolled up in a carpet and dumped on the side of a road. In Miami, Detective Fernando Bosch takes it personally when a 66-year-old Cuban man is shot dead in the street.

Mon 23rd January

Morning

Killer Clergy

The church. A sanctuary for those seeking guidance. And a seat of power for those entrusted to lead their flock. We trust our religious leaders with our secrets and we respect them for their wisdom and communion with the Lord. But sometimes our apparently devout men of the cloth are not what they seem. Tempted by sin, tarnished by power and tainted by corruption, they are driven to murder. Through the testimony of law enforcement officers, prosecutors and parishioners, this series showcases 10 terrifying tales of Clergymen who committed the ultimate sin.

Mon 23rd January

Colleen Stan: The Girl In The Box

Kidnapping survivor Colleen Stan tells the disturbing story of her seven-year ordeal. Abducted by a sadistic predator and his wife, she was brainwashed, tortured, and largely confined to a coffin-size box. But the nightmare continued long after Colleen's escape. When she eventually took the stand at her kidnapper's trial, she found herself portrayed as a willing participant. Nearly 40 years later, Colleen bravely explains how she leaned on faith and family to reclaim her identity.

Mon 23rd January

The Detectives Club: New Orleans

When a woman is shot and killed in her home, it's up to Detective Barret Morton to figure out the mysterious method used to kill her. But it's not just the murder weapon that raises eyebrows. There are no signs of burglary or forced entry, and the doors of the tidy home are locked from the outside. The victim is Mary Lou Marx, a devoted 51-year-old mother whose husband is just a few days away from retiring from the US Navy and returning home. There are no witnesses to the actual murder, but neighbours report seeing a suspicious man lurking on the street in a white SUV. Hoping to contact the victim's husband Detective Morton has trouble tracking him down as he's on military duty stationed outside of New Orleans. As he digs deeper, Morton soon uncovers an illicit affair, a suspicious Florida vacation, and a promise with deadly implications.

Mon 23rd January

Serial Killer Sunday

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

Mon 23rd January

Contract Killers

A chilling story of lust, murder and betrayal. This ground-breaking true crime documentary explores a phenomenon still prevalent in Australia where common people seek out would-be contract killers.

Mon 23rd January

Killer Clergy

The church. A sanctuary for those seeking guidance. And a seat of power for those entrusted to lead their flock. We trust our religious leaders with our secrets and we respect them for their wisdom and communion with the Lord. But sometimes our apparently devout men of the cloth are not what they seem. Tempted by sin, tarnished by power and tainted by corruption, they are driven to murder. Through the testimony of law enforcement officers, prosecutors and parishioners, this series showcases 10 terrifying tales of Clergymen who committed the ultimate sin.

Mon 23rd January

Colleen Stan: The Girl In The Box

Kidnapping survivor Colleen Stan tells the disturbing story of her seven-year ordeal. Abducted by a sadistic predator and his wife, she was brainwashed, tortured, and largely confined to a coffin-size box. But the nightmare continued long after Colleen's escape. When she eventually took the stand at her kidnapper's trial, she found herself portrayed as a willing participant. Nearly 40 years later, Colleen bravely explains how she leaned on faith and family to reclaim her identity.

Mon 23rd January

The Detectives Club: New Orleans

When a woman is shot and killed in her home, it's up to Detective Barret Morton to figure out the mysterious method used to kill her. But it's not just the murder weapon that raises eyebrows. There are no signs of burglary or forced entry, and the doors of the tidy home are locked from the outside. The victim is Mary Lou Marx, a devoted 51-year-old mother whose husband is just a few days away from retiring from the US Navy and returning home. There are no witnesses to the actual murder, but neighbours report seeing a suspicious man lurking on the street in a white SUV. Hoping to contact the victim's husband Detective Morton has trouble tracking him down as he's on military duty stationed outside of New Orleans. As he digs deeper, Morton soon uncovers an illicit affair, a suspicious Florida vacation, and a promise with deadly implications.

Mon 23rd January

Serial Killer Sunday

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

Mon 23rd January

Homicide Hunter

Good-natured custodian Eric Houston is found dead in a seedy motel with 27 stab wounds to the chest. Lt. Joe Kenda employs a network of informants to dig up dirt on the victim's acquaintances, but his list of suspects grows longer by the day. Months turn into years, with no new leads. But Kenda refuses to let the case run cold, and deploys a groundbreaking new technology to solve the final piece of the puzzle.

Mon 23rd January

It Takes A Killer

Over 20 years four dozen women are murdered in Washington State, many of them prostitutes, and five of the victims are found in the Green River. The notorious killer evades identification for decades, despite being arrested twice, taking a polygraph test, and submitting DNA samples.

Mon 23rd January

The First 48

In Dallas, Texas, Detective Rick Duggan must unravel the mystery of a body rolled up in a carpet and dumped on the side of a road. In Miami, Detective Fernando Bosch takes it personally when a 66-year-old Cuban man is shot dead in the street.

Mon 23rd January

Noon

It Takes A Killer

An evil ex-con on the run for attempted murder sets up camp in Gainesville, Florida. But he's not satisfied just hiding out. This seasoned killer's blood-lust cannot be controlled and he won't stop killing until he's paid back society for his eight years behind bars.

Mon 23rd January

The Detectives Club: New Orleans

When a woman is shot and killed in her home, it's up to Detective Barret Morton to figure out the mysterious method used to kill her. But it's not just the murder weapon that raises eyebrows. There are no signs of burglary or forced entry, and the doors of the tidy home are locked from the outside. The victim is Mary Lou Marx, a devoted 51-year-old mother whose husband is just a few days away from retiring from the US Navy and returning home. There are no witnesses to the actual murder, but neighbours report seeing a suspicious man lurking on the street in a white SUV. Hoping to contact the victim's husband Detective Morton has trouble tracking him down as he's on military duty stationed outside of New Orleans. As he digs deeper, Morton soon uncovers an illicit affair, a suspicious Florida vacation, and a promise with deadly implications.

Mon 23rd January

Serial Killer Sunday

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

Mon 23rd January

Contract Killers

A chilling story of lust, murder and betrayal. This ground-breaking true crime documentary explores a phenomenon still prevalent in Australia where common people seek out would-be contract killers.

Mon 23rd January

Colleen Stan: The Girl In The Box

Kidnapping survivor Colleen Stan tells the disturbing story of her seven-year ordeal. Abducted by a sadistic predator and his wife, she was brainwashed, tortured, and largely confined to a coffin-size box. But the nightmare continued long after Colleen's escape. When she eventually took the stand at her kidnapper's trial, she found herself portrayed as a willing participant. Nearly 40 years later, Colleen bravely explains how she leaned on faith and family to reclaim her identity.

Mon 23rd January

Fatal Attraction

Cece Dove was a vivacious young woman looking for love. But when she mysteriously disappears, investigators can't help but wonder if her online dating profile could have landed her in the hands of an internet predator. When, on the other side of town, the body of a male is discovered, the victim of a heinous murder, investigators make an incredible discovery causing the cases to collide in the most shocking of ways. Driven by powerful, real-life stories, each pulse-pounding, episode centres on an incredible and dangerous romance. Each opens with a shocking crime, a kidnapping, a terrible fire or even murder. Then the story spins us back. We meet our main characters before they meet one another. We come to understand their personalities and see what drives them. Then, we see the true love that draws them together. But in these cases, true love doesn't end with silver anniversaries instead it leads to cross-country manhunts, bizarre cover-ups and dramatic trials. This show weaves together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way it will give you a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance. Fatal attraction because love doesn't just hurt, it can kill.

Mon 23rd January

The FBI Files

In June of 1992, masked bandits pulled off a daring midday bank robbery. It marked the beginning of a four-year crime wave that rocked Seattle. With each new robbery, the bandits perfected their craft - leaving behind no evidence and escaping with hundreds and thousands of dollars. As the robbers became increasingly violent, pressure mounted to end their reign. With few leads, the FBI forced their own luck. The effort put them face to face with an armed and desperate fugitive.

Mon 23rd January

Evening

Cops

Groundbreaking reality series featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day. Cops attend to a domestic violence call at a fast food store, and a possession of crystal meth arrest.

Mon 23rd January

Cops

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

Mon 23rd January

CI Australia: Families Of Crime

The torrid details of the notorious Milat family are explored in this episode. Members of the family continue to support Ivan Milat, the nation's worst serial killer. Clearly, this is a family with issues. According to one report, Boris's wife Marilyn was having an affair with Ivan, and Boris believed that Marilyn fell pregnant to Ivan. When he sought advice from his father, he was encouraged to kill Ivan. Boris says Ivan lacks a soul and a conscience. He says his brother has been a psychopath from his earliest school days and always had a fascination with guns. Boris's comments have sparked a feud within his family, some of whom have reportedly made death threats against him. Carolyn Milat, says her brother Ivan does not have a secret side to him and was always genuine, but another brother, Bill Milat, has said that if Ivan is guilty, then he should be executed. When the trial judge suggested more than one person took part in the killings, Ivan's younger brother, Richard Milat, publicly denied he had assisted Ivan.

Mon 23rd January

Snapped: Killer Couples

Christa Pike had what could only be called a difficult childhood - born prematurely to drug-using parents, she was raised primarily by her paternal grandmother, who turned out to be an abusive alcoholic. By 18, Christa had developed drug problems of her own, and dropped out of school. Hoping to make a fresh start, she joined the Job Corps - a government program offering vocational training to low-income youth. But when she met an attractive fellow trainee named Tadaryl Shipp, she knew she'd found much more than a potential career: She'd found the love of her life. The two had a lot in common - both came from troubled backgrounds, and both shared an interest in Gothic culture and the macabre. Soon the two were inseparable, and began dabbling in the occult together. But no one in their training program could have imagined the dark and twisted path the lovers' passion would take them down.

Mon 23rd January

The First 48

In medicine, they call it the "critical hour", in criminal investigations, they call it the "first 48 hours". Ask any detective - they will tell you that if they don't have a lead, a suspect or an arrest within 48 hours, their chances of solving the case are cut in half. In a visual style that feels more like a TV drama than a verite reality show, this program follows homicide detectives during these initial critical hours as they race against time to solve their cases. The program follows various detectives of a few select homicide teams as they track breaking cases - each with a running clock that builds pace as the 48 hours inexorably expires. In this episode, an innocent mother is viciously murdered with a butcher knife. In Atlanta, a beloved patriarch is gunned down when a game of dominoes turns deadly.

Mon 23rd January

On the Case

It was just after 6pm on a warm summer night when 14-year old April Millsap left with her dog Penny for their nightly walk. Two hours later, her frantic mother, Jennifer was speaking with police who had just found the teenager's lifeless body on the side of a popular community bike trail. Several witnesses had seen April that night involved in what appeared to have been an argument with a mysterious motorcycle rider along the trail. Others had seen the same man angrily pacing in the brush where April's body was found. Jennifer provided detectives with critical information. Her daughter had left the house carrying her cell phone and a backpack. Neither had been discovered at the crime scene. Scent dogs were brought to the area and miraculously, the canine team was able to find the teenager's missing phone. When law enforcement analysed the cell phone, it revealed a series of shocking and heartbreaking clues that would ultimately lead investigators straight to her killer.

Mon 23rd January

CI Australia: Families Of Crime

The torrid details of the notorious Milat family are explored in this episode. Members of the family continue to support Ivan Milat, the nation's worst serial killer. Clearly, this is a family with issues. According to one report, Boris's wife Marilyn was having an affair with Ivan, and Boris believed that Marilyn fell pregnant to Ivan. When he sought advice from his father, he was encouraged to kill Ivan. Boris says Ivan lacks a soul and a conscience. He says his brother has been a psychopath from his earliest school days and always had a fascination with guns. Boris's comments have sparked a feud within his family, some of whom have reportedly made death threats against him. Carolyn Milat, says her brother Ivan does not have a secret side to him and was always genuine, but another brother, Bill Milat, has said that if Ivan is guilty, then he should be executed. When the trial judge suggested more than one person took part in the killings, Ivan's younger brother, Richard Milat, publicly denied he had assisted Ivan.

Tue 24th January

Morning

Snapped: Killer Couples

Christa Pike had what could only be called a difficult childhood - born prematurely to drug-using parents, she was raised primarily by her paternal grandmother, who turned out to be an abusive alcoholic. By 18, Christa had developed drug problems of her own, and dropped out of school. Hoping to make a fresh start, she joined the Job Corps - a government program offering vocational training to low-income youth. But when she met an attractive fellow trainee named Tadaryl Shipp, she knew she'd found much more than a potential career: She'd found the love of her life. The two had a lot in common - both came from troubled backgrounds, and both shared an interest in Gothic culture and the macabre. Soon the two were inseparable, and began dabbling in the occult together. But no one in their training program could have imagined the dark and twisted path the lovers' passion would take them down.

Tue 24th January

The First 48

In medicine, they call it the "critical hour", in criminal investigations, they call it the "first 48 hours". Ask any detective - they will tell you that if they don't have a lead, a suspect or an arrest within 48 hours, their chances of solving the case are cut in half. In a visual style that feels more like a TV drama than a verite reality show, this program follows homicide detectives during these initial critical hours as they race against time to solve their cases. The program follows various detectives of a few select homicide teams as they track breaking cases - each with a running clock that builds pace as the 48 hours inexorably expires. In this episode, an innocent mother is viciously murdered with a butcher knife. In Atlanta, a beloved patriarch is gunned down when a game of dominoes turns deadly.

Tue 24th January

Forensic Files

An aspiring model turned up dead, and the prime suspect was her boyfriend. When he was eventually cleared, investigators had to dig deeper to find the perpetrator. With the help of a forensic geologist, they identified the most unlikely suspects.

Tue 24th January

Body of Evidence

A woman was picked up while hitchhiking, attacked and held captive by a man who periodically drained and drank her blood. Criminal Profiler Dayle Hinman and her team are able to find the gruesome killer responsible for this and dozens of other similar attacks.

Tue 24th January

On the Case

It was just after 6pm on a warm summer night when 14-year old April Millsap left with her dog Penny for their nightly walk. Two hours later, her frantic mother, Jennifer was speaking with police who had just found the teenager's lifeless body on the side of a popular community bike trail. Several witnesses had seen April that night involved in what appeared to have been an argument with a mysterious motorcycle rider along the trail. Others had seen the same man angrily pacing in the brush where April's body was found. Jennifer provided detectives with critical information. Her daughter had left the house carrying her cell phone and a backpack. Neither had been discovered at the crime scene. Scent dogs were brought to the area and miraculously, the canine team was able to find the teenager's missing phone. When law enforcement analysed the cell phone, it revealed a series of shocking and heartbreaking clues that would ultimately lead investigators straight to her killer.

Tue 24th January

Street Patrol UK

In the war against antisocial behaviour, armies of dedicated professionals are getting stuck in to stop the rot. Thugs, drunks, vandals, nightmare neighbours and teenage gangs are all in their sights. This series tells the stories of the so-called low level stuff that can drive us out of our minds the neighbour who always parks their car in your space, the hoodies hanging around cash machines, KFC boxes in the gutter, the graffiti on the town's war memorial, the couple who let their dogs bark all night, the drunk teenagers taking over our town centres. We'll hear the stories of ordinary people whose lives are being blighted by others' anti-social behaviour and follow the teams across Britain who are working on getting it sorted out. In this episode, we go on patrol with Newham Council in east London as they crack down on landlords making a mint from poor housing, discover how one council in Dorset is clamping down on antisocial behaviour and bringing generations together using a skate park, meet the environmental health team of Allerdale in Cumbria as they tackle issues such as fly-tipping and dog fouling, learn how one Essex church is using CCTV technology to beat the heritage thieves who want to strip it clean, and follow the South Wales fire brigade looking to take on arson.

Tue 24th January

Cops

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

Tue 24th January

The FBI Files

In June of 1992, masked bandits pulled off a daring midday bank robbery. It marked the beginning of a four-year crime wave that rocked Seattle. With each new robbery, the bandits perfected their craft - leaving behind no evidence and escaping with hundreds and thousands of dollars. As the robbers became increasingly violent, pressure mounted to end their reign. With few leads, the FBI forced their own luck. The effort put them face to face with an armed and desperate fugitive.

Tue 24th January

Body of Evidence

A woman was picked up while hitchhiking, attacked and held captive by a man who periodically drained and drank her blood. Criminal Profiler Dayle Hinman and her team are able to find the gruesome killer responsible for this and dozens of other similar attacks.

Tue 24th January

CI Australia: Families Of Crime

The torrid details of the notorious Milat family are explored in this episode. Members of the family continue to support Ivan Milat, the nation's worst serial killer. Clearly, this is a family with issues. According to one report, Boris's wife Marilyn was having an affair with Ivan, and Boris believed that Marilyn fell pregnant to Ivan. When he sought advice from his father, he was encouraged to kill Ivan. Boris says Ivan lacks a soul and a conscience. He says his brother has been a psychopath from his earliest school days and always had a fascination with guns. Boris's comments have sparked a feud within his family, some of whom have reportedly made death threats against him. Carolyn Milat, says her brother Ivan does not have a secret side to him and was always genuine, but another brother, Bill Milat, has said that if Ivan is guilty, then he should be executed. When the trial judge suggested more than one person took part in the killings, Ivan's younger brother, Richard Milat, publicly denied he had assisted Ivan.

Tue 24th January

Snapped

Lupita had bad luck in love, and by the age of 36 she had been divorced twice and was raising five children on her own. One night at a local dance, Lupita met Jose Fiscal. Jose was a father of four and had recently separated from his wife, Alma. The two immediately hit it off and began dating, and Jose's wife decided to move away with their children. Two years after separating from Alma, Jose decided he wanted her and his children back. He bought a house for his family to live in, and told Alma that Lupita was out of the picture. But when Alma arrived with their kids, Lupita was still in Jose's house. Alma issued an ultimatum, and Jose sent Lupita and her kids away. The next day, a farm hand reported seeing smoke near Donna Lake, and when fire fighters investigated, they found a gruesome crime scene. Someone had set Jose and his truck on fire, and upon closer inspection, investigators realised that Jose had also been stabbed over 40 times. When investigators questioned them, Alma and Lupita both pointed to the other woman. According to Lupita's phone records, she had been texting Jose nonstop before his murder, and her texts were angry. Eventually Jose had agreed to meet with Lupita, and just two hours later, he was dead. Lupita had also been texting her son, Antonio de Leon, and her brother-in-law, Juan Manuel Salazar. When investigators questioned Lupita's son, Antonio was relieved to admit that he, his uncle, and his mother had all conspired to kill Jose. When they spoke to Lupita again, she threw her son under the bus and claimed that Antonio and his uncle had misinterpreted her anger with Jose as a murder plot. Police arrested Lupita, Juan, and Antonio for the murder of Jose Fiscal. At trial, Antonio and Juan were both found guilty, but jurors let Lupita go. Prosecutors came back with charges for conspiracy to commit murder, and this time the jury found Lupita guilty. She was sentenced to 20 years in prison.

Tue 24th January

The First 48

In medicine, they call it the "critical hour", in criminal investigations, they call it the "first 48 hours". Ask any detective - they will tell you that if they don't have a lead, a suspect or an arrest within 48 hours, their chances of solving the case are cut in half. In a visual style that feels more like a TV drama than a verite reality show, this program follows homicide detectives during these initial critical hours as they race against time to solve their cases. The program follows various detectives of a few select homicide teams as they track breaking cases - each with a running clock that builds pace as the 48 hours inexorably expires. In this episode, an innocent mother is viciously murdered with a butcher knife. In Atlanta, a beloved patriarch is gunned down when a game of dominoes turns deadly.

Tue 24th January

Fatal Attraction

Cece Dove was a vivacious young woman looking for love. But when she mysteriously disappears, investigators can't help but wonder if her online dating profile could have landed her in the hands of an internet predator. When, on the other side of town, the body of a male is discovered, the victim of a heinous murder, investigators make an incredible discovery causing the cases to collide in the most shocking of ways. Driven by powerful, real-life stories, each pulse-pounding, episode centres on an incredible and dangerous romance. Each opens with a shocking crime, a kidnapping, a terrible fire or even murder. Then the story spins us back. We meet our main characters before they meet one another. We come to understand their personalities and see what drives them. Then, we see the true love that draws them together. But in these cases, true love doesn't end with silver anniversaries instead it leads to cross-country manhunts, bizarre cover-ups and dramatic trials. This show weaves together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way it will give you a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance. Fatal attraction because love doesn't just hurt, it can kill.

Tue 24th January

The FBI Files

In June of 1992, masked bandits pulled off a daring midday bank robbery. It marked the beginning of a four-year crime wave that rocked Seattle. With each new robbery, the bandits perfected their craft - leaving behind no evidence and escaping with hundreds and thousands of dollars. As the robbers became increasingly violent, pressure mounted to end their reign. With few leads, the FBI forced their own luck. The effort put them face to face with an armed and desperate fugitive.

Tue 24th January

Noon

CI Australia: Families Of Crime

The torrid details of the notorious Milat family are explored in this episode. Members of the family continue to support Ivan Milat, the nation's worst serial killer. Clearly, this is a family with issues. According to one report, Boris's wife Marilyn was having an affair with Ivan, and Boris believed that Marilyn fell pregnant to Ivan. When he sought advice from his father, he was encouraged to kill Ivan. Boris says Ivan lacks a soul and a conscience. He says his brother has been a psychopath from his earliest school days and always had a fascination with guns. Boris's comments have sparked a feud within his family, some of whom have reportedly made death threats against him. Carolyn Milat, says her brother Ivan does not have a secret side to him and was always genuine, but another brother, Bill Milat, has said that if Ivan is guilty, then he should be executed. When the trial judge suggested more than one person took part in the killings, Ivan's younger brother, Richard Milat, publicly denied he had assisted Ivan.

Tue 24th January

Snapped: Killer Couples

Christa Pike had what could only be called a difficult childhood - born prematurely to drug-using parents, she was raised primarily by her paternal grandmother, who turned out to be an abusive alcoholic. By 18, Christa had developed drug problems of her own, and dropped out of school. Hoping to make a fresh start, she joined the Job Corps - a government program offering vocational training to low-income youth. But when she met an attractive fellow trainee named Tadaryl Shipp, she knew she'd found much more than a potential career: She'd found the love of her life. The two had a lot in common - both came from troubled backgrounds, and both shared an interest in Gothic culture and the macabre. Soon the two were inseparable, and began dabbling in the occult together. But no one in their training program could have imagined the dark and twisted path the lovers' passion would take them down.

Tue 24th January

The First 48

In medicine, they call it the "critical hour", in criminal investigations, they call it the "first 48 hours". Ask any detective - they will tell you that if they don't have a lead, a suspect or an arrest within 48 hours, their chances of solving the case are cut in half. In a visual style that feels more like a TV drama than a verite reality show, this program follows homicide detectives during these initial critical hours as they race against time to solve their cases. The program follows various detectives of a few select homicide teams as they track breaking cases - each with a running clock that builds pace as the 48 hours inexorably expires. In this episode, an innocent mother is viciously murdered with a butcher knife. In Atlanta, a beloved patriarch is gunned down when a game of dominoes turns deadly.

Tue 24th January

On the Case

It was just after 6pm on a warm summer night when 14-year old April Millsap left with her dog Penny for their nightly walk. Two hours later, her frantic mother, Jennifer was speaking with police who had just found the teenager's lifeless body on the side of a popular community bike trail. Several witnesses had seen April that night involved in what appeared to have been an argument with a mysterious motorcycle rider along the trail. Others had seen the same man angrily pacing in the brush where April's body was found. Jennifer provided detectives with critical information. Her daughter had left the house carrying her cell phone and a backpack. Neither had been discovered at the crime scene. Scent dogs were brought to the area and miraculously, the canine team was able to find the teenager's missing phone. When law enforcement analysed the cell phone, it revealed a series of shocking and heartbreaking clues that would ultimately lead investigators straight to her killer.

Tue 24th January

Fatal Attraction

Debbie Flores-Narvaez was a beautiful showgirl looking to fall in love. But when she vanishes without a trace, investigators can't help but wonder if she had gotten caught up in the lifestyle of the night and had ended up as just another of the lost souls missing from the City of Sin. But when Debbie's car turns up across town, investigators uncover a love triangle involving the reigning queen of the Vegas showgirls and a dark secret so lurid it could be worth killing for. Driven by powerful, real-life stories, each pulse-pounding, episode centres on an incredible and dangerous romance. Each opens with a shocking crime, a kidnapping, a terrible fire or even murder. Then the story spins us back. We meet our main characters before they meet one another. We come to understand their personalities and see what drives them. Then, we see the true love that draws them together. But in these cases, true love doesn't end with silver anniversaries, instead it leads to cross-country manhunts, bizarre cover-ups and dramatic trials. We weave together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way it will give you a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance because love doesn't just hurt, it can kill.

Tue 24th January

The FBI Files

When police in a small Washington State community began looking into the disappearance of a 22-year-old woman, they had no way of knowing it would evolve into a nationwide hunt for a sexual sadist. Police knew the killer's identity, but he was a master of disguise. The FBI was called on to help. Agents discovered that several unsuspecting women across the northwest had fallen prey to his charms. As the number of abductions escalated, a massive media campaign became the FBI's best chance of flushing out the serial killer, and putting and end to his violent rampage.

Tue 24th January

Evening

Cops

Groundbreaking reality series featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day. Stories include a disturbance call that shows the results of resisting arrest, a car stop that reveals a suspended licence and drugs and detectives chase a suspect through an alley.

Tue 24th January

Cops

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

Tue 24th January

Crime Investigation Australia

A young Sydney man was found guilty of strangling his ex-girlfriend and stuffing the teenager's body in a cricket bag. In 2005, William Harold Matheson, 23, was tried in the NSW Supreme Court over the murder of his former sweetheart, 18-year-old Lyndsay Van Blanken. The Disney animation trainee went missing on the evening of November 24, 2003. Her badly decomposed body was found in a cricket bag hidden in the storeroom of a unit block in the inner-east Sydney suburb of Queens Park seven weeks later.

Tue 24th January

Snapped

After her husband is shot, Teresa sends authorities on the hunt for two gunmen, but the evidence points to a killer much closer to home.

Tue 24th January

Vanity Fair Confidential

The 911 call came into the Alhambra Police Department just after five am, February 3, 2003. The man on the line reported hearing gunfire. He gave the location, 1700 South Grandview Drive. He didn't have to say more. In Alhambra, a working-class suburb 30 minutes down the freeway from LA's Sunset Strip, everyone knew that address. It was the home of music legend, Phil Spector. When officers entered the residence, they encountered a small, disheveled figure wearing what appeared to be a white nightshirt. On the marble floor of the large foyer, the body of a tall, blonde woman lay in a pool of darkening blood. She'd been shot in the mouth. Was this a suicide as Spector claims, or a case of cold-blooded murder?

Tue 24th January

On the Case

Bryan Bowie was waiting at his sister Jaime's Los Angeles apartment for her to return from a weekend road trip to Phoenix, but she never came home. Bryan was shocked to look around her home and notice evidence of a robbery in progress. He immediately ran to a friend's house and called police. As detectives began their investigation, they quickly determined the 24-year-old had never made it home from Phoenix the night before and whoever had attempted to rob the apartment, had done so with Jamie's keys. The mystery darkened when flyers posted along I-10 generated some critical tips. A month later, her family's worst fears were confirmed when a maintenance worker found Jamie's body in an empty citrus grove not far from the highway. She had been shot to death, and detectives were baffled. They had no leads on her killer and were certain the only way to crack the case was to find her missing blue Volkswagen convertible.

Tue 24th January

Once Upon a Time in Punchbowl

This is the untold story of how the Lebanese community overcame the odds and found their place in multicultural Australia. This is a community that has been besieged by events beyond their control. But they have emerged stronger than ever with a resilience and strength that will carry them into the future. This four-part documentary series hears from community leaders, police, families and individuals, as they combine to tell the compelling and dramatic story of a proud and resilient community, under intense pressure and scrutiny. The story begins in the 1970s when large numbers of Lebanese migrants flooded into Australia. Many were Muslim, most were traumatised by civil war, and all were desperate to build a better future. Over the coming decades, these new Australians struggled to establish a new life in their adopted country. Domestic and global events were against them. The Gulf War, September 11 and the Bali bombings, all alienated them from their fellow Australians. The traditional Lebanese family units were fragmenting under the pressure. Things reached a terrible and inevitable climax when these tensions, inflamed by the media, erupted in the Cronulla Riots. This is a community that has been besieged by events beyond their control for 30 years. No other migrant community in Australia has had to endure the same. But they have emerged stronger than ever with a resilience and strength that will carry them into the future.

Wed 25th January

Morning

Snapped

After her husband is shot, Teresa sends authorities on the hunt for two gunmen but the evidence points to a killer much closer to home.

Wed 25th January

Vanity Fair Confidential

The 911 call came into the Alhambra Police Department just after five am, February 3, 2003. The man on the line reported hearing gunfire. He gave the location, 1700 South Grandview Drive. He didn't have to say more. In Alhambra, a working-class suburb 30 minutes down the freeway from LA's Sunset Strip, everyone knew that address. It was the home of music legend, Phil Spector. When officers entered the residence, they encountered a small, disheveled figure wearing what appeared to be a white nightshirt. On the marble floor of the large foyer, the body of a tall, blonde woman lay in a pool of darkening blood. She'd been shot in the mouth. Was this a suicide as Spector claims, or a case of cold-blooded murder?

Wed 25th January

Forensic Files

When an off-duty policeman was shot dead, his fellow officers were determined to solve the crime. They needed clues to find the killer, and they discovered them in tiny fibres and an asthma inhaler.

Wed 25th January

Body of Evidence

When Isabelle Pedroza, a mother goes missing, criminal profiler Dayle Hinman is convinced that she was murdered. A few days later, police find Pedroza's body dumped along the highway. After chasing false leads, Dayle takes another look at the people closest to the case and finds the truth - Pedroza was murdered in the name of love.

Wed 25th January

On the Case

Bryan Bowie was waiting at his sister Jaime's Los Angeles apartment for her to return from a weekend road trip to Phoenix, but she never came home. Bryan was shocked to look around her home and notice evidence of a robbery in progress. He immediately ran to a friend's house and called police. As detectives began their investigation, they quickly determined the 24-year-old had never made it home from Phoenix the night before and whoever had attempted to rob the apartment, had done so with Jamie's keys. The mystery darkened when flyers posted along I-10 generated some critical tips. A month later, her family's worst fears were confirmed when a maintenance worker found Jamie's body in an empty citrus grove not far from the highway. She had been shot to death. Detectives were baffled. They had no leads on her killer and were certain the only way to crack the case was to find her missing blue Volkswagen convertible.

Wed 25th January

Street Patrol UK

In the war against anti-social behaviour, armies of dedicated professionals are getting stuck in to stop the rot. Thugs, drunks, vandals, nightmare neighbours and teenage gangs are all in their sights. This series tells the stories of the so-called low level stuff that can drive us out of our minds the neighbour who always parks their car in your space, the hoodies hanging around cash machines, KFC boxes in the gutter, the graffiti on the town's war memorial, the couple who let their dogs bark all night, the drunk teenagers taking over our town centres. We'll hear the stories of ordinary people whose lives are being blighted by others' anti-social behaviour and follow the teams across Britain who are working on getting it sorted out. In this episode, we meet the Exeter residents who have been waging a war against antisocial behaviour with the installation of CCTV cameras on their home, we watch as the council and Met Police raid unsuspecting "residents" of a brothel in a street just like yours or mine, we talk to a trustee of the Jack and Jill Windmill Society about the robbery of irreplaceable millstones from the Jill Windmill site and we go on the rounds with North Lanarkshire Council as they deal with noise complaints in their neighbourhood.

Wed 25th January

Cops

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

Wed 25th January

The FBI Files

When police in a small Washington State community began looking into the disappearance of a 22-year-old woman, they had no way of knowing it would evolve into a nationwide hunt for a sexual sadist. Police knew the killer's identity, but he was a master of disguise. The FBI was called on to help. Agents discovered that several unsuspecting women across the northwest had fallen prey to his charms. As the number of abductions escalated, a massive media campaign became the FBI's best chance of flushing out the serial killer, and putting and end to his violent rampage.

Wed 25th January

Crime Investigation Australia

A young Sydney man was found guilty of strangling his ex-girlfriend and stuffing the teenager's body in a cricket bag. In 2005, William Harold Matheson, 23, was tried in the NSW Supreme Court over the murder of his former sweetheart, 18-year-old Lyndsay Van Blanken. The Disney animation trainee went missing on the evening of November 24, 2003. Her badly decomposed body was found in a cricket bag hidden in the storeroom of a unit block in the inner-east Sydney suburb of Queens Park seven weeks later.

Wed 25th January

Once Upon a Time in Punchbowl

This is the untold story of how the Lebanese community overcame the odds and found their place in multicultural Australia. This is a community that has been besieged by events beyond their control. But they have emerged stronger than ever with a resilience and strength that will carry them into the future. This four-part documentary series hears from community leaders, police, families and individuals, as they combine to tell the compelling and dramatic story of a proud and resilient community, under intense pressure and scrutiny. The story begins in the 1970s when large numbers of Lebanese migrants flooded into Australia. Many were Muslim, most were traumatised by civil war, and all were desperate to build a better future. Over the coming decades, these new Australians struggled to establish a new life in their adopted country. Domestic and global events were against them. The Gulf War, September 11 and the Bali bombings, all alienated them from their fellow Australians. The traditional Lebanese family units were fragmenting under the pressure. Things reached a terrible and inevitable climax when these tensions, inflamed by the media, erupted in the Cronulla Riots. This is a community that has been besieged by events beyond their control for 30 years. No other migrant community in Australia has had to endure the same. But they have emerged stronger than ever with a resilience and strength that will carry them into the future.

Wed 25th January

Vanity Fair Confidential

The 911 call came into the Alhambra Police Department just after five am, February 3, 2003. The man on the line reported hearing gunfire. He gave the location, 1700 South Grandview Drive. He didn't have to say more. In Alhambra, a working-class suburb 30 minutes down the freeway from LA's Sunset Strip, everyone knew that address. It was the home of music legend, Phil Spector. When officers entered the residence, they encountered a small, disheveled figure wearing what appeared to be a white nightshirt. On the marble floor of the large foyer, the body of a tall, blonde woman lay in a pool of darkening blood. She'd been shot in the mouth. Was this a suicide as Spector claims, or a case of cold-blooded murder?

Wed 25th January

Fatal Attraction

Debbie Flores-Narvaez was a beautiful showgirl looking to fall in love. But when she vanishes without a trace, investigators can't help but wonder if she had gotten caught up in the lifestyle of the night and had ended up as just another of the lost souls missing from the City of Sin. But when Debbie's car turns up across town, investigators uncover a love triangle involving the reigning queen of the Vegas showgirls and a dark secret so lurid it could be worth killing for. Driven by powerful, real-life stories, each pulse-pounding, episode centres on an incredible and dangerous romance. Each opens with a shocking crime, a kidnapping, a terrible fire or even murder. Then the story spins us back. We meet our main characters before they meet one another. We come to understand their personalities and see what drives them. Then, we see the true love that draws them together. But in these cases, true love doesn't end with silver anniversaries, instead it leads to cross-country manhunts, bizarre cover-ups and dramatic trials. We weave together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way it will give you a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance because love doesn't just hurt, it can kill.

Wed 25th January

The FBI Files

When police in a small Washington State community began looking into the disappearance of a 22-year-old woman, they had no way of knowing it would evolve into a nationwide hunt for a sexual sadist. Police knew the killer's identity, but he was a master of disguise. The FBI was called on to help. Agents discovered that several unsuspecting women across the northwest had fallen prey to his charms. As the number of abductions escalated, a massive media campaign became the FBI's best chance of flushing out the serial killer, and putting and end to his violent rampage.

Wed 25th January

Noon

Crime Investigation Australia

A young Sydney man was found guilty of strangling his ex-girlfriend and stuffing the teenager's body in a cricket bag. In 2005, William Harold Matheson, 23, was tried in the NSW Supreme Court over the murder of his former sweetheart, 18-year-old Lyndsay Van Blanken. The Disney animation trainee went missing on the evening of November 24, 2003. Her badly decomposed body was found in a cricket bag hidden in the storeroom of a unit block in the inner-east Sydney suburb of Queens Park seven weeks later.

Wed 25th January

Snapped

After her husband is shot, Teresa sends authorities on the hunt for two gunmen but the evidence points to a killer much closer to home.

Wed 25th January

Vanity Fair Confidential

The 911 call came into the Alhambra Police Department just after five am, February 3, 2003. The man on the line reported hearing gunfire. He gave the location, 1700 South Grandview Drive. He didn't have to say more. In Alhambra, a working-class suburb 30 minutes down the freeway from LA's Sunset Strip, everyone knew that address. It was the home of music legend, Phil Spector. When officers entered the residence, they encountered a small, disheveled figure wearing what appeared to be a white nightshirt. On the marble floor of the large foyer, the body of a tall, blonde woman lay in a pool of darkening blood. She'd been shot in the mouth. Was this a suicide as Spector claims, or a case of cold-blooded murder?

Wed 25th January

On the Case

Bryan Bowie was waiting at his sister Jaime's Los Angeles apartment for her to return from a weekend road trip to Phoenix, but she never came home. Bryan was shocked to look around her home and notice evidence of a robbery in progress. He immediately ran to a friend's house and called police. As detectives began their investigation, they quickly determined the 24-year-old had never made it home from Phoenix the night before and whoever had attempted to rob the apartment, had done so with Jamie's keys. The mystery darkened when flyers posted along I-10 generated some critical tips. A month later, her family's worst fears were confirmed when a maintenance worker found Jamie's body in an empty citrus grove not far from the highway. She had been shot to death. Detectives were baffled. They had no leads on her killer and were certain the only way to crack the case was to find her missing blue Volkswagen convertible.

Wed 25th January

Fatal Attraction

Driven by powerful, real-life stories, each pulse-pounding, episode centres on an incredible and dangerous romance. Each opens with a shocking crime, a kidnapping, a terrible fire or even murder. Then the story spins us back. We meet our main characters before they meet one another. We come to understand their personalities and see what drives them. Then, we see the 'true love' that draws them together. But in these cases, true love doesn't end with silver anniversaries instead it leads to cross-country manhunts, bizarre cover-ups and dramatic trials. This show weaves together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way it will give you a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance. Because love doesn't just hurt, it can kill.

Wed 25th January

The FBI Files

A stranger snatched an eight-year-old girl as she played in her Tucson, Arizona neighbourhood, leaving behind an abandoned bicycle and a frantic mother. Hundreds of citizens and police officers fanned out across the region, hoping to find some trace of the young girl - or her abductor. Within hours, a suspect emerged - a drifter who was out on parole for abducting and molesting children. He was nowhere to be found and time had run out for the innocent child. It would fall on the FBI to quickly track down this predator before he could destroy another family.

Wed 25th January

Evening

Cops

A deputy chases suspects on foot after a car chase, finding one in a dumpster; an officer stops a vehicle that appears to have been stolen; and deputy checks out a suspicious parked vehicle that has window damage which ends up stolen, only with the thief still inside the car.

Wed 25th January

Cops

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

Wed 25th January

Crimes That Shook Australia

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

Wed 25th January

The Detectives Club: New Orleans

When 20-year-old Alyssa Kovash is gunned down for the contents of her purse, Detective Joey Catalanotto won't rest until he finds out who pulled the trigger. He promises Alyssa's mother he will do everything in his power, but without any physical evidence, the odds are stacked against him. Relying on old-fashioned police work, Catalanotto gets the entire department to pitch in. Alyssa's handbag is soon discovered inside a stolen vehicle, and though the murder weapon is nowhere to be found, the tips start rolling in. With officers pounding the streets, Catalanotto hones in on three suspects. But with conflicting stories and with a devastating hurricane on the horizon, Alyssa's family will have to wait years for justice.

Wed 25th January

Banaz: An Honour Killing

This is a documentary film chronicling in close-up, an act of overwhelming horror, the brutal honour killing of Banaz Mahmod, a young British woman in suburban London in 2006, killed and 'disappeared' by her own Kurdish family, with the agreement and help of a large section of her own community, because she tried to choose a life for herself. But it is also a story of love of Banaz, whose relationship with Rahmat put her life in danger. It was her video message from beyond the grave which convicted her father and uncle of the murder she feared would happen. Of Bekhal, a young woman of incredible spirit and bravery, whose love for her murdered sister gave her the strength to testify against her own family and community - bringing justice to Banaz but consigning her to a life forever lived in hiding. Of Detective Chief Inspector Caroline Goode, the senior Scotland Yard detective, who says she came to love Banaz beyond the grave. It was Caroline's dedication and passion which drove her on, finding her body against all the odds, laying her to rest, and relentlessly pursuing her killers, even to Iraq. Deeyah, international music artist turned activist and filmmaker, who has herself been subject to honour related abuse and threat. It was Deeyah's love for the story, for Banaz, for Bekhal and for Caroline, and for raising awareness for the issue of honour killing, which has driven her to spend three years making this harrowing and deeply emotional film, running out of funding long ago, but forming an intimate bond with all the key players, which plays out on screen in scenes of astonishingly confessional testimony. Above all the film is an act of remembrance, an act of recovery of Banaz, a woman whom her own family tried to erase from the earth, but who is set to become a worldwide symbol in the fight to overcome oppression and outdated and horrific cultural practices - practices which claim the lives of thousands of other women like Banaz every year.

Wed 25th January

On the Case

Police believe there may be a dangerous predator loose on the streets of Stockton, California and with each attack it appears the perpetrator is growing more violent. The crime spree begins with a sexually motivated home invasion. Two teenage girls are ambushed and molested in their home by a man who climbed through a window while their parents were away. Next, a man who fits the same description snatches a 14-year old off the street, drags her into a nearby schoolyard and sexually assaults her in the open field. While police try to piece together the clues that tie those two crimes together, a call comes in from the home of Maryann Jacobs just a few blocks away. The 38-year-old mother of three has been murdered. The evidence indicates her killer is familiar with the area and probably lives nearby. Can detectives bring him to justice before he strikes again?

Wed 25th January

Crimes That Shook Australia

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

Thu 26th January

Morning

The Detectives Club: New Orleans

When 20-year-old Alyssa Kovash is gunned down for the contents of her purse, Detective Joey Catalanotto won't rest until he finds out who pulled the trigger. He promises Alyssa's mother he will do everything in his power, but without any physical evidence, the odds are stacked against him. Relying on old-fashioned police work, Catalanotto gets the entire department to pitch in. Alyssa's handbag is soon discovered inside a stolen vehicle, and though the murder weapon is nowhere to be found, the tips start rolling in. With officers pounding the streets, Catalanotto hones in on three suspects. But with conflicting stories and with a devastating hurricane on the horizon, Alyssa's family will have to wait years for justice.

Thu 26th January

Banaz: An Honour Killing

This is a documentary film chronicling in close-up, an act of overwhelming horror, the brutal honour killing of Banaz Mahmod, a young British woman in suburban London in 2006, killed and 'disappeared' by her own Kurdish family, with the agreement and help of a large section of her own community, because she tried to choose a life for herself. But it is also a story of love of Banaz, whose relationship with Rahmat put her life in danger. It was her video message from beyond the grave which convicted her father and uncle of the murder she feared would happen. Of Bekhal, a young woman of incredible spirit and bravery, whose love for her murdered sister gave her the strength to testify against her own family and community - bringing justice to Banaz but consigning her to a life forever lived in hiding. Of Detective Chief Inspector Caroline Goode, the senior Scotland Yard detective, who says she came to love Banaz beyond the grave. It was Caroline's dedication and passion which drove her on, finding her body against all the odds, laying her to rest, and relentlessly pursuing her killers, even to Iraq. Deeyah, international music artist turned activist and filmmaker, who has herself been subject to honour related abuse and threat. It was Deeyah's love for the story, for Banaz, for Bekhal and for Caroline, and for raising awareness for the issue of honour killing, which has driven her to spend three years making this harrowing and deeply emotional film, running out of funding long ago, but forming an intimate bond with all the key players, which plays out on screen in scenes of astonishingly confessional testimony. Above all the film is an act of remembrance, an act of recovery of Banaz, a woman whom her own family tried to erase from the earth, but who is set to become a worldwide symbol in the fight to overcome oppression and outdated and horrific cultural practices - practices which claim the lives of thousands of other women like Banaz every year.

Thu 26th January

Forensic Files

One warm summer afternoon, the town of Verona, Wisconsin, faced its first triple homicide. To solve the case, investigators had to delve into the world of high rollers and offshore betting.

Thu 26th January

Body of Evidence

Upon finding three women found strangled to death on three separate occasions, investigators call criminal profiler Dayle Hinman to the case. Dayle determines that the killer is a local sexual predator and an accidental killer. Forensic scientists and a meticulously staged interrogation leads investigators to break the case.

Thu 26th January

On the Case

Police believe there may be a dangerous predator loose on the streets of Stockton, California and with each attack it appears the perpetrator is growing more violent. The crime spree begins with a sexually motivated home invasion. Two teenage girls are ambushed and molested in their home by a man who climbed through a window while their parents were away. Next, a man who fits the same description snatches a 14-year old off the street, drags her into a nearby schoolyard and sexually assaults her in the open field. While police try to piece together the clues that tie those two crimes together, a call comes in from the home of Maryann Jacobs just a few blocks away. The 38-year-old mother of three has been murdered. The evidence indicates her killer is familiar with the area and probably lives nearby. Can detectives bring him to justice before he strikes again?

Thu 26th January

Street Patrol UK

In the war against antisocial behaviour, armies of dedicated professionals are getting stuck in to stop the rot. Thugs, drunks, vandals, nightmare neighbours and teenage gangs are all in their sights. This series tells the stories of the so-called low level stuff that can drive us out of our minds the neighbour who always parks their car in your space, the hoodies hanging around cash machines, KFC boxes in the gutter, the graffiti on the town's war memorial, the couple who let their dogs bark all night, the drunk teenagers taking over our town centres. We'll hear the stories of ordinary people whose lives are being blighted by others' antisocial behaviour and follow the teams across Britain who are working on getting it sorted out. In this episode, we meet the Woodland Trust and their keen volunteers as they clean up their local woodland after fly tippers strike, we see how the Canal and Rivers Trust in conjunction with the police stop a floating festival from disrupting the Regent's Canal for a second year running, we meet a Folkestone resident who flags dog poo to highlight this disgusting problem on our streets and we meet two of London's vice team, making the streets of East London safe and sound.

Thu 26th January

Cops

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

Thu 26th January

The FBI Files

A stranger snatched an eight-year-old girl as she played in her Tucson, Arizona neighbourhood, leaving behind an abandoned bicycle and a frantic mother. Hundreds of citizens and police officers fanned out across the region, hoping to find some trace of the young girl - or her abductor. Within hours, a suspect emerged - a drifter who was out on parole for abducting and molesting children. He was nowhere to be found and time had run out for the innocent child. It would fall on the FBI to quickly track down this predator before he could destroy another family.

Thu 26th January

Body of Evidence

Upon finding three women found strangled to death on three separate occasions, investigators call criminal profiler Dayle Hinman to the case. Dayle determines that the killer is a local sexual predator and an accidental killer. Forensic scientists and a meticulously staged interrogation leads investigators to break the case.

Thu 26th January

Crimes That Shook Australia

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

Thu 26th January

The Detectives Club: New Orleans

When 20-year-old Alyssa Kovash is gunned down for the contents of her purse, Detective Joey Catalanotto won't rest until he finds out who pulled the trigger. He promises Alyssa's mother he will do everything in his power, but without any physical evidence, the odds are stacked against him. Relying on old-fashioned police work, Catalanotto gets the entire department to pitch in. Alyssa's handbag is soon discovered inside a stolen vehicle, and though the murder weapon is nowhere to be found, the tips start rolling in. With officers pounding the streets, Catalanotto hones in on three suspects. But with conflicting stories and with a devastating hurricane on the horizon, Alyssa's family will have to wait years for justice.

Thu 26th January

Banaz: An Honour Killing

This is a documentary film chronicling in close-up, an act of overwhelming horror, the brutal honour killing of Banaz Mahmod, a young British woman in suburban London in 2006, killed and 'disappeared' by her own Kurdish family, with the agreement and help of a large section of her own community, because she tried to choose a life for herself. But it is also a story of love of Banaz, whose relationship with Rahmat put her life in danger. It was her video message from beyond the grave which convicted her father and uncle of the murder she feared would happen. Of Bekhal, a young woman of incredible spirit and bravery, whose love for her murdered sister gave her the strength to testify against her own family and community - bringing justice to Banaz but consigning her to a life forever lived in hiding. Of Detective Chief Inspector Caroline Goode, the senior Scotland Yard detective, who says she came to love Banaz beyond the grave. It was Caroline's dedication and passion which drove her on, finding her body against all the odds, laying her to rest, and relentlessly pursuing her killers, even to Iraq. Deeyah, international music artist turned activist and filmmaker, who has herself been subject to honour related abuse and threat. It was Deeyah's love for the story, for Banaz, for Bekhal and for Caroline, and for raising awareness for the issue of honour killing, which has driven her to spend three years making this harrowing and deeply emotional film, running out of funding long ago, but forming an intimate bond with all the key players, which plays out on screen in scenes of astonishingly confessional testimony. Above all the film is an act of remembrance, an act of recovery of Banaz, a woman whom her own family tried to erase from the earth, but who is set to become a worldwide symbol in the fight to overcome oppression and outdated and horrific cultural practices - practices which claim the lives of thousands of other women like Banaz every year.

Thu 26th January

Fatal Attraction

Driven by powerful, real-life stories, each pulse-pounding, episode centres on an incredible and dangerous romance. Each opens with a shocking crime, a kidnapping, a terrible fire or even murder. Then the story spins us back. We meet our main characters before they meet one another. We come to understand their personalities and see what drives them. Then, we see the 'true love' that draws them together. But in these cases, true love doesn't end with silver anniversaries instead it leads to cross-country manhunts, bizarre cover-ups and dramatic trials. This show weaves together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way it will give you a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance. Because love doesn't just hurt, it can kill.

Thu 26th January

Contract Killers

A chilling story of lust, murder and betrayal. This ground-breaking true crime documentary explores a phenomenon still prevalent in Australia where common people seek out would-be contract killers.

Thu 26th January

Noon

Crimes That Shook Australia

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

Thu 26th January

Crime Investigation Australia

Michael Kanaan was an angry young man in a hurry to make a name for himself in Sydney's underworld. But his volatile temper and penchant for violence soon led him to kill three men before he was finally captured in a wild shootout with Sydney police. Born in Australia in 1975 to Lebanese parents he grew up following American crime gang culture in films and music. As a teenager he moved into petty theft and assault before his first arrest, for drug possession, in his early twenties. Despite being given a suspended sentence and a two-year good behaviour bond, he was soon in trouble again, this time for common assault, for which he escaped with a fine. He quickly returned to drug dealing and his gang, known as DK's boys, made huge profits distributing cocaine in Sydney's Kings Cross. His reputation grew and by 1998, at age 23, he had become a lieutenant to organised crime figure Danny Karam.

Thu 26th January

Forensic Investigators

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

Thu 26th January

Forensic Investigators

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

Thu 26th January

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 26th January

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 26th January

Evening

Cops

Groundbreaking reality series featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day. Stories include a suspicious man riding a bicycle erratically, and officers observe a drug transaction taking place.

Thu 26th January

Cops

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

Thu 26th January

Killer Clergy

In Moultrie, Georgia, Methodist Minister James Chastain feels blessed by God. He is happily married to fellow preacher Luanne and the two are on a divine mission to spread the good news. After losing his first wife in a house fire in 1979 and then his son to illness just months later, James spiraled into a life of depression and petty crime. But while in prison he found the lord, turned his life around and when he finally met Luanne it seemed that God was finally smiling on the young Minister. But the Chastains peaceful existence is about to be shattered. In 1989, Luanne's sister, Elaine has her house targeted by an arsonist. Her dog dies in the blaze and when detectives investigate they hear a shocking revelation - Luanne has evidence that her husband started the fire. When Luanne sits down at the station house for a police interview, detectives hear some chilling claims. Luanne says that her husband has attacked her on more than one occasion and she's convinced that he's trying to kill her. Police suspect that far from being an honorable man of God, James Chastain has been doing the devil's work. When police delve deeper they begin to suspect that the death of James's first wife a decade earlier might be more than just a tragic accident. And as they begin to piece together the evidence they come to a horrifying conclusion; The Good Reverend, James Chastain is masking a dreadful secret that will shock the town of Moultrie to its core.

Thu 26th January

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, a star athlete is killed and burned. His on-again/off-again lover blames her high school sweetheart. He claims she made him do it.

Thu 26th January

Valentine Road

This documentary unravels the tragic murder of a young teenager who had just begun exploring his gender identity. A powerful and disturbing look at a despicable hate crime, the circumstances that led to the crime, and its complicated and far-reaching aftermath.

Thu 26th January

Killer Clergy

In Moultrie, Georgia, Methodist Minister James Chastain feels blessed by God. He is happily married to fellow preacher Luanne and the two are on a divine mission to spread the good news. After losing his first wife in a house fire in 1979 and then his son to illness just months later, James spiraled into a life of depression and petty crime. But while in prison he found the lord, turned his life around and when he finally met Luanne it seemed that God was finally smiling on the young Minister. But the Chastains peaceful existence is about to be shattered. In 1989, Luanne's sister, Elaine has her house targeted by an arsonist. Her dog dies in the blaze and when detectives investigate they hear a shocking revelation - Luanne has evidence that her husband started the fire. When Luanne sits down at the station house for a police interview, detectives hear some chilling claims. Luanne says that her husband has attacked her on more than one occasion and she's convinced that he's trying to kill her. Police suspect that far from being an honorable man of God, James Chastain has been doing the devil's work. When police delve deeper they begin to suspect that the death of James's first wife a decade earlier might be more than just a tragic accident. And as they begin to piece together the evidence they come to a horrifying conclusion; The Good Reverend, James Chastain is masking a dreadful secret that will shock the town of Moultrie to its core.

Fri 27th January

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, a star athlete is killed and burned. His on-again/off-again lover blames her high school sweetheart. He claims she made him do it.

Fri 27th January

Catch My Killer

When 65-year-old Marilyn Kananen fails to show up for work, her daughter stops by her mum's house to check in on her. But Marilyn is nowhere to be found. Her children - Ricky, Stacy, and Cindy - fear their abusive father has returned home after 15 years to do their mother harm. Detectives have no idea where Richard Kananen Sr. went during those 15 years, or if he has really returned to terrorise his family. During the investigation, Detective Mark Hussey discovers deposited social security checks and bank records that seem to tell a different story. As investigators turn their attention to other family members, the evidence in this missing person's case reveals a shocking web of lies and treachery. "Catch My Killer" will take you on an emotional journey between past and present as unsolved homicide cases are reopened. Uncover how time, technology, and burdens of the past combine to rehash old cases and open old wounds in an effort to solve haunting whodunit mysteries, finally put the culprit behind bars, and give loved ones long-awaited peace of mind.

Fri 27th January

Forensic Files

The body of a young girl was discovered on isolated farmland near Delano, California. She had no ID, but police found mailbox and house keys in the pocket of her jeans. With no other clues, they checked the mailboxes of every apartment building in Delano and their persistence paid off.

Fri 27th January

Body of Evidence

Leslie Wayne Harper is reported missing by his wife. Police find that both Harper and his wife were under investigation for embezzlement. The investigation was brought to a stand-still when a farmer found Harper's body. The body was near a wooded area, naked, his clothes spread in a crescent shape around his body, and a gunshot wound to the head. The initial suspicion of suicide was ruled out by police when Harper's daughter pointed her finger at her step-mother as the killer.

Fri 27th January

Cold Justice: Sex Crimes

The team pursues the suspect in the case of Brionna, a young mother who met a new acquaintance through social media. Her meet up with him quickly took a turn for the worst when Brionna's attacker began to beat and rape her. As difficult as it is to face her attacker, Brionna knows she has to speak up to help other girls who could come across his path. Another investigation follows Sarah. In 2012, two days before Christmas, three attackers robbed and raped Sarah at gunpoint during a drug deal gone wrong. With no witnesses, no DNA and only the street nicknames of the attackers, the team has to search for their true identities and uncover enough evidence to build the case against them.

Fri 27th January

Street Patrol UK

In the war against anti-social behaviour, armies of dedicated professionals are getting stuck in to stop the rot. Thugs, drunks, vandals, nightmare neighbours and teenage gangs are all in their sights. This series tells the stories of the so-called low level stuff that can drive us out of our minds the neighbour who always parks their car in your space, the hoodies hanging around cash machines, KFC boxes in the gutter, the graffiti on the town's war memorial, the couple who let their dogs bark all night, the drunk teenagers taking over our town centres. We'll hear the stories of ordinary people whose lives are being blighted by others' anti-social behaviour and follow the teams across Britain who are working on getting it sorted out. In this episode, we discover how one convenience retailer is trying to reduce alcohol-fuelled antisocial crime in supermarkets and meet the Ilfracombe police team keeping the streets of their Devon town safe. We talk to English Heritage about the thieves who have stolen valuable old flagstones from a Warrington church, and meet the residents of a troubled housing estate who are embarking on a clean-up operation.

Fri 27th January

Cops

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

Fri 27th January

The FBI Files

On a chilly afternoon in 1989, Marine Captain Shirley Russell disappeared from Quantico, Virginia. Captain Russell was a dedicated officer - her friends and colleagues were certain she had not gone AWOL. FBI agents found her husband - himself a former Marine - was acting strangely, and a blood-like stain on the couple's floor disappeared before agents could examine it. There was no body, no witness and no weapon. Yet the FBI's intense investigation revealed a violent past and a step-by-step plan to murder - agents hoped it would be enough to bring Captain Russell's killer to justice.

Fri 27th January

Body of Evidence

Leslie Wayne Harper is reported missing by his wife. Police find that both Harper and his wife were under investigation for embezzlement. The investigation was brought to a stand-still when a farmer found Harper's body. The body was near a wooded area, naked, his clothes spread in a crescent shape around his body, and a gunshot wound to the head. The initial suspicion of suicide was ruled out by police when Harper's daughter pointed her finger at her step-mother as the killer.

Fri 27th January

Killer Clergy

In Moultrie, Georgia, Methodist Minister James Chastain feels blessed by God. He is happily married to fellow preacher Luanne and the two are on a divine mission to spread the good news. After losing his first wife in a house fire in 1979 and then his son to illness just months later, James spiraled into a life of depression and petty crime. But while in prison he found the lord, turned his life around and when he finally met Luanne it seemed that God was finally smiling on the young Minister. But the Chastains peaceful existence is about to be shattered. In 1989, Luanne's sister, Elaine has her house targeted by an arsonist. Her dog dies in the blaze and when detectives investigate they hear a shocking revelation - Luanne has evidence that her husband started the fire. When Luanne sits down at the station house for a police interview, detectives hear some chilling claims. Luanne says that her husband has attacked her on more than one occasion and she's convinced that he's trying to kill her. Police suspect that far from being an honorable man of God, James Chastain has been doing the devil's work. When police delve deeper they begin to suspect that the death of James's first wife a decade earlier might be more than just a tragic accident. And as they begin to piece together the evidence they come to a horrifying conclusion; The Good Reverend, James Chastain is masking a dreadful secret that will shock the town of Moultrie to its core.

Fri 27th January

Catch My Killer

When 65-year-old Marilyn Kananen fails to show up for work, her daughter stops by her mum's house to check in on her. But Marilyn is nowhere to be found. Her children - Ricky, Stacy, and Cindy - fear their abusive father has returned home after 15 years to do their mother harm. Detectives have no idea where Richard Kananen Sr. went during those 15 years, or if he has really returned to terrorise his family. During the investigation, Detective Mark Hussey discovers deposited social security checks and bank records that seem to tell a different story. As investigators turn their attention to other family members, the evidence in this missing person's case reveals a shocking web of lies and treachery. "Catch My Killer" will take you on an emotional journey between past and present as unsolved homicide cases are reopened. Uncover how time, technology, and burdens of the past combine to rehash old cases and open old wounds in an effort to solve haunting whodunit mysteries, finally put the culprit behind bars, and give loved ones long-awaited peace of mind.

Fri 27th January

Cold Justice: Sex Crimes

The team pursues the suspect in the case of Brionna, a young mother who met a new acquaintance through social media. Her meet up with him quickly took a turn for the worst when Brionna's attacker began to beat and rape her. As difficult as it is to face her attacker, Brionna knows she has to speak up to help other girls who could come across his path. Another investigation follows Sarah. In 2012, two days before Christmas, three attackers robbed and raped Sarah at gunpoint during a drug deal gone wrong. With no witnesses, no DNA and only the street nicknames of the attackers, the team has to search for their true identities and uncover enough evidence to build the case against them.

Fri 27th January

Fatal Attraction

Curtisha Morning was an ambitious high school student, and following a prestigious military scholarship, it looked like her dreams of pursuing a career in the medical field were coming true. Love was the last thing she planned. But that all changed when she met the slightly older Carl Brown. He opened her eyes to an exciting new world. Together they could take on the world. But when Curtisha disappeared one afternoon, investigators worried that Curtisha had succumbed to the pressures of teenage life and perhaps run away. But when, investigators uncover a dark secret new theories arise, pointing fingers at the people Curisha loved most. Soon a twist so bizarre and lurid is exposed that just might prove to be worth killing for.

Fri 27th January

The FBI Files

On a chilly afternoon in 1989, Marine Captain Shirley Russell disappeared from Quantico, Virginia. Captain Russell was a dedicated officer - her friends and colleagues were certain she had not gone AWOL. FBI agents found her husband - himself a former Marine - was acting strangely, and a blood-like stain on the couple's floor disappeared before agents could examine it. There was no body, no witness and no weapon. Yet the FBI's intense investigation revealed a violent past and a step-by-step plan to murder - agents hoped it would be enough to bring Captain Russell's killer to justice.

Fri 27th January

Noon

Killer Clergy

In Moultrie, Georgia, Methodist Minister James Chastain feels blessed by God. He is happily married to fellow preacher Luanne and the two are on a divine mission to spread the good news. After losing his first wife in a house fire in 1979 and then his son to illness just months later, James spiraled into a life of depression and petty crime. But while in prison he found the lord, turned his life around and when he finally met Luanne it seemed that God was finally smiling on the young Minister. But the Chastains peaceful existence is about to be shattered. In 1989, Luanne's sister, Elaine has her house targeted by an arsonist. Her dog dies in the blaze and when detectives investigate they hear a shocking revelation - Luanne has evidence that her husband started the fire. When Luanne sits down at the station house for a police interview, detectives hear some chilling claims. Luanne says that her husband has attacked her on more than one occasion and she's convinced that he's trying to kill her. Police suspect that far from being an honorable man of God, James Chastain has been doing the devil's work. When police delve deeper they begin to suspect that the death of James's first wife a decade earlier might be more than just a tragic accident. And as they begin to piece together the evidence they come to a horrifying conclusion; The Good Reverend, James Chastain is masking a dreadful secret that will shock the town of Moultrie to its core.

Fri 27th January

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, a star athlete is killed and burned. His on-again/off-again lover blames her high school sweetheart. He claims she made him do it.

Fri 27th January

Catch My Killer

When 65-year-old Marilyn Kananen fails to show up for work, her daughter stops by her mum's house to check in on her. But Marilyn is nowhere to be found. Her children - Ricky, Stacy, and Cindy - fear their abusive father has returned home after 15 years to do their mother harm. Detectives have no idea where Richard Kananen Sr. went during those 15 years, or if he has really returned to terrorise his family. During the investigation, Detective Mark Hussey discovers deposited social security checks and bank records that seem to tell a different story. As investigators turn their attention to other family members, the evidence in this missing person's case reveals a shocking web of lies and treachery. "Catch My Killer" will take you on an emotional journey between past and present as unsolved homicide cases are reopened. Uncover how time, technology, and burdens of the past combine to rehash old cases and open old wounds in an effort to solve haunting whodunit mysteries, finally put the culprit behind bars, and give loved ones long-awaited peace of mind.

Fri 27th January

Cold Justice: Sex Crimes

The team pursues the suspect in the case of Brionna, a young mother who met a new acquaintance through social media. Her meet up with him quickly took a turn for the worst when Brionna's attacker began to beat and rape her. As difficult as it is to face her attacker, Brionna knows she has to speak up to help other girls who could come across his path. Another investigation follows Sarah. In 2012, two days before Christmas, three attackers robbed and raped Sarah at gunpoint during a drug deal gone wrong. With no witnesses, no DNA and only the street nicknames of the attackers, the team has to search for their true identities and uncover enough evidence to build the case against them.

Fri 27th January

Fatal Attraction

For Juatasha Denton, failure was not in her vocabulary. She always got what she wanted in life and love, and what she wanted most was Ray McCaster. And soon innocent flirtations turned into full-blown romance and they ended up tying the knot. But their happy world of married bliss is shattered when a dismembered body is found just miles from the couple's house. Investigators are about to uncover a secret so dark it may just have brought the young lovers on a collision course with evil. Driven by powerful, real-life stories, each pulse-pounding, episode centres on an incredible and dangerous romance. Each opens with a shocking crime, a kidnapping, a terrible fire or even murder. Then the story spins us back. We meet our main characters before they meet one another. We come to understand their personalities and see what drives them. Then, we see the 'true love' that draws them together. But in these cases, true love doesn't end with silver anniversaries instead it leads to cross-country manhunts, bizarre cover-ups and dramatic trials. This show weaves together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way it will give you a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance. Because love doesn't just hurt, it can kill.

Fri 27th January

The FBI Files

In February of 1996, New Jersey millionaire Frank Black flew to Florida to close a major business deal before retiring. He never came home. Authorities in New Jersey sensed foul play and brought in the FBI. Agents learned of a mystery woman in Florida who was to meet Black - phone records showed a flood of calls to Black from his business rival just before the disappearance. The FBI would have to piece together a puzzle of scant physical evidence, wiretaps and innuendo to untangle a web of deceit that led to a vengeance killing.

Fri 27th January

Evening

Cops

Groundbreaking reality series featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day. Stories include police following a man who appears high on drugs, and a father who wants officers to arrest his drunken daughter.

Fri 27th January

Cops

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

Fri 27th January

Demons in the City of Angels

The Silent Movie Theatre is a beloved Hollywood institution: the only movie theatre in the world devoted exclusively to silent movies. But the calm silence was abruptly broken when it's beloved owner, Lawrence Austin was shot in the face and killed next to the 18-year-old concession girl, who was horribly wounded. On the surface, it looked like a robbery gone wrong, committed by Christian Rodriguez, but the investigation uncovers that Austin's lover, James Van Sickle masterminded the hit.

Fri 27th January

Murder U

Young college women navigate through their new found university experience. Feeling safe as a group, they pay little attention to the violent crimes that percolate under the happy veneer of their small-town campus. New boyfriends and athletic achievements fill the horizon with possibility and hope. They have everything ahead of them, and the future seems bright. Nothing can get in their way, until a shadowy attacker leaves one of them brutally murdered.

Fri 27th January

Surviving Evil

Charisma Carpenter, best known for her role as Cordelia Chase on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off Angel, is the host of Surviving Evil, featuring dramatically compelling and emotional stories of victims who fought back against their attackers and, against amazing odds, survived. Carpenter is the survivor of a real-life incident that she endured more than 20 years ago. The actress and two friends were swimming at San Diego's Torrey Pines State Beach in 1991 when they were violently attacked by an armed, rogue police officer. Carpenter fought for her survival after being held at gunpoint, but her two friends were both shot by the attacker and seriously wounded. The police officer was sentenced to 56 years in prison for the attacks in addition to a series of rapes and robberies. An ambitious 20-something Texas schoolteacher, Bridget Kelly is enjoying the beginning of summer vacation when a gun-toting stranger breaks down her door in the middle of the night and takes her hostage. As they drive through the darkness, a terrorised Bridget strategises and prays for the courage she will need to survive. In the meantime, her abductor is hatching a twisted fantasy of ultimate control, and drives her into the middle of an abandoned field. Meanwhile, in Ottawa, Canada, 27-year-old Megan Paterson is casually dating after her recent divorce. At first, Eric seems like a great guy. But, when she decides to end the relationship, he won't take no for an answer. The rejection causes him to unravel and a week later, he shows up at her door with a gun and a deadly promise.

Fri 27th January

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

With high attrition and a constant shortage of men and women up to the task, this series will follow a class of new correction officers in the California prison system as they begin their 60-day probation period. Statistically, only one in four will make it past these first 60 days. While we'll see character development over the course of a season, each episode will be self-contained and highlight a new task that they're tackling for the first time. These tasks may include executing a cell search of suspected gang members, breaking up a fight between rival drug dealers who are out for blood, or working their first solo shift to cover a 'pod' of inmates where they will be outnumbered 75 to one. They will be keeping an eye on some of the country's most violent offenders as they adjust to life behind bars.

Fri 27th January

Beyond the Darklands

When six-year-old Coral Burrows went missing on September 9, 2003, the nation stopped. For 10 days, people flocked to Featherston from all around New Zealand to search for the little girl who had failed to return from school. The truth, when it was revealed, was dreadful. Coral had been bludgeoned to death by one of the few people she should have been able to trust, her stepfather Steven Williams. He then stuffed her in a sack and threw her in a clump of toi toi.

Sat 28th January

Morning

The Haunting Of

Witness an on location, in-depth investigative exploration of a celebrity's paranormal experience with the goal of providing closure to their story. At the beginning of each episode, the celebrity will tell the bone chilling events during their paranormal experience. Then, a small team, led by our medium, will take the celebrity back to the place of the haunting to uncover the true story of why it took place and who may be responsible. While it will always be scary and hauntingly atmospheric, there will also be moments of raw emotion, as in many cases there is a personal connection between the ghost and the haunted celebrity. The actress wants to know who or what was behind the paranormal encounters she had at her former apartment. With the help of medium Kim Russo, Illeana makes a surprising discovery about her ghostly experience.

Sat 28th January

Surviving Evil

Charisma Carpenter, best known for her role as Cordelia Chase on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off Angel, is the host of Surviving Evil, featuring dramatically compelling and emotional stories of victims who fought back against their attackers and, against amazing odds, survived. Carpenter is the survivor of a real-life incident that she endured more than 20 years ago. The actress and two friends were swimming at San Diego's Torrey Pines State Beach in 1991 when they were violently attacked by an armed, rogue police officer. Carpenter fought for her survival after being held at gunpoint, but her two friends were both shot by the attacker and seriously wounded. The police officer was sentenced to 56 years in prison for the attacks in addition to a series of rapes and robberies. An ambitious 20-something Texas schoolteacher, Bridget Kelly is enjoying the beginning of summer vacation when a gun-toting stranger breaks down her door in the middle of the night and takes her hostage. As they drive through the darkness, a terrorised Bridget strategises and prays for the courage she will need to survive. In the meantime, her abductor is hatching a twisted fantasy of ultimate control, and drives her into the middle of an abandoned field. Meanwhile, in Ottawa, Canada, 27-year-old Megan Paterson is casually dating after her recent divorce. At first, Eric seems like a great guy. But, when she decides to end the relationship, he won't take no for an answer. The rejection causes him to unravel and a week later, he shows up at her door with a gun and a deadly promise.

Sat 28th January

Forensic Files

The driver said he couldn't have hit and killed a pedestrian on a Harrisburg street. The Jeep Grand Cherokee he was leasing around that time had been sold months ago to a buyer in another state. Police were able to find the vehicle. They impounded it, took it apart, and discovered evidence, which would tell them what really happened that night.

Sat 28th January

Body of Evidence

David Nemeth and Jayna James announce their engagement to friends and family and soon after, Nemeth disappears after leaving work. James tells investigators that they broke up and Nemeth left for Virginia to see her parents. Police and Criminal Profiler Dayle Hinman investigation all avenues from suicide to abduction and the re-appearance of Nemeth's sports collection bring new life to the case.

Sat 28th January

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

With high attrition and a constant shortage of men and women up to the task, this series will follow a class of new correction officers in the California prison system as they begin their 60-day probation period. Statistically, only one in four will make it past these first 60 days. While we'll see character development over the course of a season, each episode will be self-contained and highlight a new task that they're tackling for the first time. These tasks may include executing a cell search of suspected gang members, breaking up a fight between rival drug dealers who are out for blood, or working their first solo shift to cover a 'pod' of inmates where they will be outnumbered 75 to one. They will be keeping an eye on some of the country's most violent offenders as they adjust to life behind bars.

Sat 28th January

Street Patrol UK

In the war against antisocial behaviour, armies of dedicated professionals are getting stuck in to stop the rot. Thugs, drunks, vandals, nightmare neighbours and teenage gangs are all in their sights. This series tells the stories of the so-called low level stuff that can drive us out of our minds the neighbour who always parks their car in your space, the hoodies hanging around cash machines, KFC boxes in the gutter, the graffiti on the town's war memorial, the couple who let their dogs bark all night, the drunk teenagers taking over our town centres. We'll hear the stories of ordinary people whose lives are being blighted by others' antisocial behaviour and follow the teams across Britain who are working on getting it sorted out. In this episode, we meet dedicated parking enforcement officers in Portsmouth who deal with repeat parking offenders and the misuse of disabled blue badges, show the lighter side of policing with Hounslow's dancing police as they look after a public event in the area, meet a group of activists who have successfully reduced the dog waste on their local National Trust beaches and go out with South Wales Police as they spot check potential rogue scrap metal dealers in the area.

Sat 28th January

Cops

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

Sat 28th January

The FBI Files

In February of 1996, New Jersey millionaire Frank Black flew to Florida to close a major business deal before retiring. He never came home. Authorities in New Jersey sensed foul play and brought in the FBI. Agents learned of a mystery woman in Florida who was to meet Black - phone records showed a flood of calls to Black from his business rival just before the disappearance. The FBI would have to piece together a puzzle of scant physical evidence, wiretaps and innuendo to untangle a web of deceit that led to a vengeance killing.

Sat 28th January

Body of Evidence

David Nemeth and Jayna James announce their engagement to friends and family and soon after, Nemeth disappears after leaving work. James tells investigators that they broke up and Nemeth left for Virginia to see her parents. Police and Criminal Profiler Dayle Hinman investigation all avenues from suicide to abduction and the re-appearance of Nemeth's sports collection bring new life to the case.

Sat 28th January

Murder U

Young college women navigate through their new found university experience. Feeling safe as a group, they pay little attention to the violent crimes that percolate under the happy veneer of their small-town campus. New boyfriends and athletic achievements fill the horizon with possibility and hope. They have everything ahead of them, and the future seems bright. Nothing can get in their way, until a shadowy attacker leaves one of them brutally murdered.

Sat 28th January

Demons in the City of Angels

The Silent Movie Theatre is a beloved Hollywood institution: the only movie theatre in the world devoted exclusively to silent movies. But the calm silence was abruptly broken when it's beloved owner, Lawrence Austin was shot in the face and killed next to the 18-year-old concession girl, who was horribly wounded. On the surface, it looked like a robbery gone wrong, committed by Christian Rodriguez, but the investigation uncovers that Austin's lover, James Van Sickle masterminded the hit.

Sat 28th January

Surviving Evil

Charisma Carpenter, best known for her role as Cordelia Chase on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off Angel, is the host of Surviving Evil, featuring dramatically compelling and emotional stories of victims who fought back against their attackers and, against amazing odds, survived. Carpenter is the survivor of a real-life incident that she endured more than 20 years ago. The actress and two friends were swimming at San Diego's Torrey Pines State Beach in 1991 when they were violently attacked by an armed, rogue police officer. Carpenter fought for her survival after being held at gunpoint, but her two friends were both shot by the attacker and seriously wounded. The police officer was sentenced to 56 years in prison for the attacks in addition to a series of rapes and robberies. An ambitious 20-something Texas schoolteacher, Bridget Kelly is enjoying the beginning of summer vacation when a gun-toting stranger breaks down her door in the middle of the night and takes her hostage. As they drive through the darkness, a terrorised Bridget strategises and prays for the courage she will need to survive. In the meantime, her abductor is hatching a twisted fantasy of ultimate control, and drives her into the middle of an abandoned field. Meanwhile, in Ottawa, Canada, 27-year-old Megan Paterson is casually dating after her recent divorce. At first, Eric seems like a great guy. But, when she decides to end the relationship, he won't take no for an answer. The rejection causes him to unravel and a week later, he shows up at her door with a gun and a deadly promise.

Sat 28th January

Fatal Attraction

For Juatasha Denton, failure was not in her vocabulary. She always got what she wanted in life and love, and what she wanted most was Ray McCaster. And soon innocent flirtations turned into full-blown romance and they ended up tying the knot. But their happy world of married bliss is shattered when a dismembered body is found just miles from the couple's house. Investigators are about to uncover a secret so dark it may just have brought the young lovers on a collision course with evil. Driven by powerful, real-life stories, each pulse-pounding, episode centres on an incredible and dangerous romance. Each opens with a shocking crime, a kidnapping, a terrible fire or even murder. Then the story spins us back. We meet our main characters before they meet one another. We come to understand their personalities and see what drives them. Then, we see the 'true love' that draws them together. But in these cases, true love doesn't end with silver anniversaries instead it leads to cross-country manhunts, bizarre cover-ups and dramatic trials. This show weaves together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way it will give you a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance. Because love doesn't just hurt, it can kill.

Sat 28th January

The FBI Files

In February of 1996, New Jersey millionaire Frank Black flew to Florida to close a major business deal before retiring. He never came home. Authorities in New Jersey sensed foul play and brought in the FBI. Agents learned of a mystery woman in Florida who was to meet Black - phone records showed a flood of calls to Black from his business rival just before the disappearance. The FBI would have to piece together a puzzle of scant physical evidence, wiretaps and innuendo to untangle a web of deceit that led to a vengeance killing.

Sat 28th January

Noon

Murder U

Young college women navigate through their new found university experience. Feeling safe as a group, they pay little attention to the violent crimes that percolate under the happy veneer of their small-town campus. New boyfriends and athletic achievements fill the horizon with possibility and hope. They have everything ahead of them, and the future seems bright. Nothing can get in their way, until a shadowy attacker leaves one of them brutally murdered.

Sat 28th January

On the Case

February 15, 1981- While nearly everyone in the Daytona Beach area was getting ready for the Daytona 500 car race, a couple taking a ride along a scenic park drive made the day's most shocking discovery. The lifeless body of a young woman lying in the brush. When police arrived they found 17-year-old Diane Markland murdered. She had been shot multiple times with a .38 calibre handgun. Detectives were certain the teenager had been killed elsewhere and then left near the park. The case remained a mystery for a year, until a second nearly identical murder put police on the trail of a ruthless killer who had taken two lives.

Sat 28th January

On the Case

John Futch and Cindy Rediger were high school sweethearts in Boca Raton, Florida. On the afternoon of January 5th, 1978 the teenagers were excused from school to celebrate their anniversary with a romantic off campus picnic. Both were expected back in a few hours. John was the star of the football team and Cindy was the head Majorette. When neither arrived at their practices that day, friends and family were sure that something terrible had happened. Police weren't as certain until the following morning when John's car was found submerged in a service canal. Detectives quickly ruled out the possibility that the teenagers had been in an accident. The evidence indicated the car had been intentionally driven into the water. Investigators also uncovered clues at the picnic site that pointed to the couple having been the victims of foul play. Investigators spent years chasing dozens of false leads before the truth behind the couple's senseless murder was finally revealed.

Sat 28th January

On the Case

April 21st 1975. The sun was still rising over San Jose, California when newly-weds David and Sandra said goodbye at the curb in front of their home. David was going on a business trip and it would be the first time the couple had spent the night apart since they had been married. Sandra was determined to make sure the separation didn't ruin the celebration of their monthly anniversary, a ritual in which they shared a piece of their wedding cake. She had cut and packed a slice for David to take with him. The plan was to eat it while on the phone together that evening. But just moments after David left, all of those romantic hopes were shattered. Sandra had been savagely murdered in her bedroom. The tragedy sent the couple's family, friends and a relentless team of investigators on an emotional 30 year hunt for her ruthless killer.

Sat 28th January

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

With high attrition and a constant shortage of men and women up to the task, this series will follow a class of new correction officers in the California prison system as they begin their 60-day probation period. Statistically, only one in four will make it past these first 60 days. While we'll see character development over the course of a season, each episode will be self-contained and highlight a new task that they're tackling for the first time. These tasks may include executing a cell search of suspected gang members, breaking up a fight between rival drug dealers who are out for blood, or working their first solo shift to cover a 'pod' of inmates where they will be outnumbered 75 to one. They will be keeping an eye on some of the country's most violent offenders as they adjust to life behind bars.

Sat 28th January

Deadly Women

Youth is no drawback to being a cold-hearted killer. For some young women taking a life is merely child's play. A Nevada girl's jealousy ends in brutality, a UK child became a killer before her thirteenth birthday, and a California high school student stole a man and a life. These twisted girls proved you're never too young to be deadly women. 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 28th January

Evening

I Dated A Psycho

Girl meets guy, girl falls for guy, guy turns out to have a dark and deadly secret. You know the drill. As women tell their real-life "I dated an axe murderer" stories, we use police, psychologists and dating experts to unravel the mystery and explain how these relationships went tragically wrong. Casper, WY resident Melissa Benson thinks she has found her perfect match when she meets young and caring LaShawn King. Their romance blossoms and she falls in love with the new man in her life. As with many relationships, Melissa soon discovers that romance is not always picture perfect. The couple has their difficulties, but just when Melissa thinks everything is back on track, a new nightmare unfolds. New England native Kevin Leland is also searching for romance when he meets Christine Billis on a popular dating site. According to the site, it's a sure fire match. The pair forms a bond online and decides to meet in person. As their relationship begins to grow, it suddenly takes a turn down a dark path when Christine reveals a troubling secret.

Sat 28th January

Wives With Knives

After surviving a brutal gang attack at 17, Lashonda Woodard falls in love with three different men. But each time they instigate violence, she fights back with a knife.

Sat 28th January

Fatal Vows

Michael Dally and Sherri Guess are typical sun-kissed California high school sweethearts: young, in love and bursting with hope. They seem a like perfect match, and their two young boys reinforce their image as the all-American family. But the burden of family life takes its toll on Michael, who seems to long for an extended adolescence. While Sherri cares for the kids, he focuses on his work at a popular grocery chain-and increasingly, in his free time, on partying with prostitutes and abusing illegal drugs. Sherri puts up with it for years-suffering in silence, while she attempts to hide his secrets from her children and family. Then, Michael takes up with Diana, an alluring colleague who's rumoured to practice witchcraft. Their not-so-secret affair will drive Sherri to the brink, and the fear of divorce will lead the couple down a dark path of jealousy, conspiracy, and human sacrifice.

Sat 28th January

Captivated: The Trials of Pamela Smart

Take a new look at the trial of 21-year-old Pamela Smart, who was accused of plotting the 1990 murder of her husband. As the first fully televised, gavel-to-gavel, court case, the trial gave birth to reality TV. The film explores how the media's coverage of the story may have influenced the trial and sentencing.

Sat 28th January

Porn On The Brain

"Porn on the Brain" reveals the effects of porn on the brain for the first time through ground breaking science. A journalist and father, whose son is almost at the age most children view porn for the first time (10 years old), is concerned by the alarming headlines and wants to find some answers. Is porn really bad for kids? Where is the evidence? We meet neuroscientists, therapists and educators who are all concerned about the effects of hard-core pornography on vulnerable teenage brains in an age when it's so free and easy to access.

Sun 29th January

Morning

The Haunting Of

Witness an on location, in-depth investigative exploration of a celebrity's paranormal experience with the goal of providing closure to their story. At the beginning of each episode, the celebrity will tell the bone chilling events during their paranormal experience. Then, a small team, led by our medium, will take the celebrity back to the place of the haunting to uncover the true story of why it took place and who may be responsible. While it will always be scary and hauntingly atmospheric, there will also be moments of raw emotion, as in many cases there is a personal connection between the ghost and the haunted celebrity.

Sun 29th January

Captivated: The Trials of Pamela Smart

Take a new look at the trial of 21-year-old Pamela Smart, who was accused of plotting the 1990 murder of her husband. As the first fully televised, gavel-to-gavel, court case, the trial gave birth to reality TV. The film explores how the media's coverage of the story may have influenced the trial and sentencing.

Sun 29th January

Wives With Knives

After surviving a brutal gang attack at 17, Lashonda Woodard falls in love with three different men. But each time they instigate violence, she fights back with a knife.

Sun 29th January

Fatal Vows

Michael Dally and Sherri Guess are typical sun-kissed California high school sweethearts: young, in love and bursting with hope. They seem a like perfect match, and their two young boys reinforce their image as the all-American family. But the burden of family life takes its toll on Michael, who seems to long for an extended adolescence. While Sherri cares for the kids, he focuses on his work at a popular grocery chain-and increasingly, in his free time, on partying with prostitutes and abusing illegal drugs. Sherri puts up with it for years-suffering in silence, while she attempts to hide his secrets from her children and family. Then, Michael takes up with Diana, an alluring colleague who's rumoured to practice witchcraft. Their not-so-secret affair will drive Sherri to the brink, and the fear of divorce will lead the couple down a dark path of jealousy, conspiracy, and human sacrifice.

Sun 29th January

Deadly Women

Youth is no drawback to being a cold-hearted killer. For some young women taking a life is merely child's play. A Nevada girl's jealousy ends in brutality, a UK child became a killer before her thirteenth birthday, and a California high school student stole a man and a life. These twisted girls proved you're never too young to be deadly women. 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 29th January

Forensic Files

An evening out to a murder mystery theatre performance turns into a real-life whodunnit when a badly burnt body is discovered after the performance ends. But even good acting can't mask the true culprit. Lies, greed, and medical trickery can't match the skills of forensic scientists, who bring the curtain down on the real killer.

Sun 29th January

Forensic Files

A young, happily married woman dies tragically in what looks to be a horseback riding accident. Her husband seems far from grief-stricken, and investigators discover a web of lies and a proficiency with pharmaceuticals in his background, that provide an alternative explanation for the woman's accidental death.

Sun 29th January

Forensic Files

For 15 months, a serial killer was strangling prostitutes in Florida, then taunting police by leaving the bodies in plain sight. The only clues were a tyre impression and some threads. By the time scientists identify the source of these treads and the threads, police discover the killer was right under their noses the entire time.

Sun 29th January

Forensic Files

When police in the Great Plains are called to retrieve a dead body, they do a background check on the victim. The trail leads them into a bizarre web of homeless drifters, cattle auctions and bad checks - all fronted by an elderly couple with a penchant for money and murder.

Sun 29th January

Forensic Files

A human skull retrieved from a watery grave reveals a ghastly crime. Markings on the skull indicate deep knife wounds. The teeth had been removed from the skull, apparently so the killer could keep the victim's identity a secret. But the killer can't out-fox authorities who identify the remains as a young mother who disappeared two months earlier. Scientific tests indicate the killer used 19 knives, a hacksaw and needle-nosed pliers to skin his victim to the bone.

Sun 29th January

Forensic Files

When a fundamentalist group starts attacking and robbing banks in the Pacific Northwest, authorities know immediately that they are dealing with experienced criminals. A tip leads them to the alleged perpetrators and the evidence found at their homes is extensive and incriminating. But in court, this wealth of evidence must withstand a well-funded defence. Finally, two juries - in an extraordinarily high profile case - are presented with a combination of old fashioned forensic science and the latest in crime technology in order to render a verdict.

Sun 29th January

The First 48

In Dallas, Detective Eddie Ibarra discovers a woman shot dead in the lobby of her workplace. When he uncovers video surveillance of the murder he is given an unusual piece of evidence: an image of the killer. Ibarra takes on the difficult job of putting a name to the face.

Sun 29th January

I Dated A Psycho

Girl meets guy, girl falls for guy, guy turns out to have a dark and deadly secret. You know the drill. As women tell their real-life "I dated an axe murderer" stories, we use police, psychologists and dating experts to unravel the mystery and explain how these relationships went tragically wrong. Casper, WY resident Melissa Benson thinks she has found her perfect match when she meets young and caring LaShawn King. Their romance blossoms and she falls in love with the new man in her life. As with many relationships, Melissa soon discovers that romance is not always picture perfect. The couple has their difficulties, but just when Melissa thinks everything is back on track, a new nightmare unfolds. New England native Kevin Leland is also searching for romance when he meets Christine Billis on a popular dating site. According to the site, it's a sure fire match. The pair forms a bond online and decides to meet in person. As their relationship begins to grow, it suddenly takes a turn down a dark path when Christine reveals a troubling secret.

Sun 29th January

Captivated: The Trials of Pamela Smart

Take a new look at the trial of 21-year-old Pamela Smart, who was accused of plotting the 1990 murder of her husband. As the first fully televised, gavel-to-gavel, court case, the trial gave birth to reality TV. The film explores how the media's coverage of the story may have influenced the trial and sentencing.

Sun 29th January

Noon

Wives With Knives

After surviving a brutal gang attack at 17, Lashonda Woodard falls in love with three different men. But each time they instigate violence, she fights back with a knife.

Sun 29th January

Fatal Vows

Michael Dally and Sherri Guess are typical sun-kissed California high school sweethearts: young, in love and bursting with hope. They seem a like perfect match, and their two young boys reinforce their image as the all-American family. But the burden of family life takes its toll on Michael, who seems to long for an extended adolescence. While Sherri cares for the kids, he focuses on his work at a popular grocery chain-and increasingly, in his free time, on partying with prostitutes and abusing illegal drugs. Sherri puts up with it for years-suffering in silence, while she attempts to hide his secrets from her children and family. Then, Michael takes up with Diana, an alluring colleague who's rumoured to practice witchcraft. Their not-so-secret affair will drive Sherri to the brink, and the fear of divorce will lead the couple down a dark path of jealousy, conspiracy, and human sacrifice.

Sun 29th January

Killer Clergy

In Moultrie, Georgia, Methodist Minister James Chastain feels blessed by God. He is happily married to fellow preacher Luanne and the two are on a divine mission to spread the good news. After losing his first wife in a house fire in 1979 and then his son to illness just months later, James spiraled into a life of depression and petty crime. But while in prison he found the lord, turned his life around and when he finally met Luanne it seemed that God was finally smiling on the young Minister. But the Chastains peaceful existence is about to be shattered. In 1989, Luanne's sister, Elaine has her house targeted by an arsonist. Her dog dies in the blaze and when detectives investigate they hear a shocking revelation - Luanne has evidence that her husband started the fire. When Luanne sits down at the station house for a police interview, detectives hear some chilling claims. Luanne says that her husband has attacked her on more than one occasion and she's convinced that he's trying to kill her. Police suspect that far from being an honorable man of God, James Chastain has been doing the devil's work. When police delve deeper they begin to suspect that the death of James's first wife a decade earlier might be more than just a tragic accident. And as they begin to piece together the evidence they come to a horrifying conclusion; The Good Reverend, James Chastain is masking a dreadful secret that will shock the town of Moultrie to its core.

Sun 29th January

The First 48

In Dallas, Detective Eddie Ibarra discovers a woman shot dead in the lobby of her workplace. When he uncovers video surveillance of the murder he is given an unusual piece of evidence: an image of the killer. Ibarra takes on the difficult job of putting a name to the face.

Sun 29th January

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 29th January

Evening

Crimes That Shook Australia

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

Sun 29th January

The Detectives Club: New Orleans

When 20-year-old Alyssa Kovash is gunned down for the contents of her purse, Detective Joey Catalanotto won't rest until he finds out who pulled the trigger. He promises Alyssa's mother he will do everything in his power, but without any physical evidence, the odds are stacked against him. Relying on old-fashioned police work, Catalanotto gets the entire department to pitch in. Alyssa's handbag is soon discovered inside a stolen vehicle, and though the murder weapon is nowhere to be found, the tips start rolling in. With officers pounding the streets, Catalanotto hones in on three suspects. But with conflicting stories and with a devastating hurricane on the horizon, Alyssa's family will have to wait years for justice.

Sun 29th January

Serial Killer Sunday

Karla Homolka and Paul Bernardo married on June 29, 1991 in an elaborate wedding held at the Niagara-on-the-Lake church. Bernardo had been in control of the wedding plans which included the two riding in a white horse-drawn carriage with the bride dressed in an expensive white gown. This is also the same day the cement encased body of Leslie Mahaffy was found in a lake. She was one of the Bernardo's victims who was tortured, raped, murdered and disposed of by the happy newlyweds. Bernardo's mother, Marilyn, was the daughter of a wealthy Toronto lawyer. His father, Kenneth, was the son of an English woman and an Italian immigrant who created a highly successful marble and tile business, but was abusive towards his wife and children. In 1975, Kenneth Bernardo fondled a girl and was charged with child molestation; he also sexually abused his own daughter. Though the elder children felt the effects of the emotional and mental turmoil, young Paul appeared to be unscathed by it. The young Bernardo was described as: "always happy, so cute, with his dimpled good looks and sweet smile, many of the mothers just wanted to pinch him on the cheek whenever they saw him. He was the perfect child they all wanted: polite, well mannered, doing well in school, so sweet in his Boy Scout uniform". By the time Bernardo attended University of Toronto Scarborough, he had developed dark sexual fantasies, enjoyed humiliating women in public and beating up the women he dated. In October 1987, he met Karla Homolka. They became sexually interested in each other almost immediately. Unlike the other girls he knew, she encouraged his sadistic sexual behaviour, also encouraging his acts as the "Scarborough Rapist". Bernardo committed multiple sexual assaults, escalating in viciousness, in and around Scarborough, Ontario. Most of the assaults were on young women whom he had stalked after they exited buses late in the evening.

Sun 29th January

Killer Clergy

In Moultrie, Georgia, Methodist Minister James Chastain feels blessed by God. He is happily married to fellow preacher Luanne and the two are on a divine mission to spread the good news. After losing his first wife in a house fire in 1979 and then his son to illness just months later, James spiraled into a life of depression and petty crime. But while in prison he found the lord, turned his life around and when he finally met Luanne it seemed that God was finally smiling on the young Minister. But the Chastains peaceful existence is about to be shattered. In 1989, Luanne's sister, Elaine has her house targeted by an arsonist. Her dog dies in the blaze and when detectives investigate they hear a shocking revelation - Luanne has evidence that her husband started the fire. When Luanne sits down at the station house for a police interview, detectives hear some chilling claims. Luanne says that her husband has attacked her on more than one occasion and she's convinced that he's trying to kill her. Police suspect that far from being an honorable man of God, James Chastain has been doing the devil's work. When police delve deeper they begin to suspect that the death of James's first wife a decade earlier might be more than just a tragic accident. And as they begin to piece together the evidence they come to a horrifying conclusion; The Good Reverend, James Chastain is masking a dreadful secret that will shock the town of Moultrie to its core.

Sun 29th January

Unusual Suspects

When 10-year-old Katie Collman is murdered in a small Indiana town, a shocking confession catapults this crime into national news. Was Katie murdered to keep her quiet about something she saw? An unusual clue leads investigators to an unexpected conclusion.

Sun 29th January

The First 48

In Dallas, Detective Eddie Ibarra discovers a woman shot dead in the lobby of her workplace. When he uncovers video surveillance of the murder he is given an unusual piece of evidence: an image of the killer. Ibarra takes on the difficult job of putting a name to the face.

Mon 30th January

Morning

Killer Clergy

In Moultrie, Georgia, Methodist Minister James Chastain feels blessed by God. He is happily married to fellow preacher Luanne and the two are on a divine mission to spread the good news. After losing his first wife in a house fire in 1979 and then his son to illness just months later, James spiraled into a life of depression and petty crime. But while in prison he found the lord, turned his life around and when he finally met Luanne it seemed that God was finally smiling on the young Minister. But the Chastains peaceful existence is about to be shattered. In 1989, Luanne's sister, Elaine has her house targeted by an arsonist. Her dog dies in the blaze and when detectives investigate they hear a shocking revelation - Luanne has evidence that her husband started the fire. When Luanne sits down at the station house for a police interview, detectives hear some chilling claims. Luanne says that her husband has attacked her on more than one occasion and she's convinced that he's trying to kill her. Police suspect that far from being an honorable man of God, James Chastain has been doing the devil's work. When police delve deeper they begin to suspect that the death of James's first wife a decade earlier might be more than just a tragic accident. And as they begin to piece together the evidence they come to a horrifying conclusion; The Good Reverend, James Chastain is masking a dreadful secret that will shock the town of Moultrie to its core.

Mon 30th January

Unusual Suspects

When 10-year-old Katie Collman is murdered in a small Indiana town, a shocking confession catapults this crime into national news. Was Katie murdered to keep her quiet about something she saw? An unusual clue leads investigators to an unexpected conclusion.

Mon 30th January

The Detectives Club: New Orleans

When 20-year-old Alyssa Kovash is gunned down for the contents of her purse, Detective Joey Catalanotto won't rest until he finds out who pulled the trigger. He promises Alyssa's mother he will do everything in his power, but without any physical evidence, the odds are stacked against him. Relying on old-fashioned police work, Catalanotto gets the entire department to pitch in. Alyssa's handbag is soon discovered inside a stolen vehicle, and though the murder weapon is nowhere to be found, the tips start rolling in. With officers pounding the streets, Catalanotto hones in on three suspects. But with conflicting stories and with a devastating hurricane on the horizon, Alyssa's family will have to wait years for justice.

Mon 30th January

Serial Killer Sunday

Karla Homolka and Paul Bernardo married on June 29, 1991 in an elaborate wedding held at the Niagara-on-the-Lake church. Bernardo had been in control of the wedding plans which included the two riding in a white horse-drawn carriage with the bride dressed in an expensive white gown. This is also the same day the cement encased body of Leslie Mahaffy was found in a lake. She was one of the Bernardo's victims who was tortured, raped, murdered and disposed of by the happy newlyweds. Bernardo's mother, Marilyn, was the daughter of a wealthy Toronto lawyer. His father, Kenneth, was the son of an English woman and an Italian immigrant who created a highly successful marble and tile business, but was abusive towards his wife and children. In 1975, Kenneth Bernardo fondled a girl and was charged with child molestation; he also sexually abused his own daughter. Though the elder children felt the effects of the emotional and mental turmoil, young Paul appeared to be unscathed by it. The young Bernardo was described as: "always happy, so cute, with his dimpled good looks and sweet smile, many of the mothers just wanted to pinch him on the cheek whenever they saw him. He was the perfect child they all wanted: polite, well mannered, doing well in school, so sweet in his Boy Scout uniform". By the time Bernardo attended University of Toronto Scarborough, he had developed dark sexual fantasies, enjoyed humiliating women in public and beating up the women he dated. In October 1987, he met Karla Homolka. They became sexually interested in each other almost immediately. Unlike the other girls he knew, she encouraged his sadistic sexual behaviour, also encouraging his acts as the "Scarborough Rapist". Bernardo committed multiple sexual assaults, escalating in viciousness, in and around Scarborough, Ontario. Most of the assaults were on young women whom he had stalked after they exited buses late in the evening.

Mon 30th January

Crimes That Shook Australia

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

Mon 30th January

Killer Clergy

In Moultrie, Georgia, Methodist Minister James Chastain feels blessed by God. He is happily married to fellow preacher Luanne and the two are on a divine mission to spread the good news. After losing his first wife in a house fire in 1979 and then his son to illness just months later, James spiraled into a life of depression and petty crime. But while in prison he found the lord, turned his life around and when he finally met Luanne it seemed that God was finally smiling on the young Minister. But the Chastains peaceful existence is about to be shattered. In 1989, Luanne's sister, Elaine has her house targeted by an arsonist. Her dog dies in the blaze and when detectives investigate they hear a shocking revelation - Luanne has evidence that her husband started the fire. When Luanne sits down at the station house for a police interview, detectives hear some chilling claims. Luanne says that her husband has attacked her on more than one occasion and she's convinced that he's trying to kill her. Police suspect that far from being an honorable man of God, James Chastain has been doing the devil's work. When police delve deeper they begin to suspect that the death of James's first wife a decade earlier might be more than just a tragic accident. And as they begin to piece together the evidence they come to a horrifying conclusion; The Good Reverend, James Chastain is masking a dreadful secret that will shock the town of Moultrie to its core.

Mon 30th January

Unusual Suspects

When 10-year-old Katie Collman is murdered in a small Indiana town, a shocking confession catapults this crime into national news. Was Katie murdered to keep her quiet about something she saw? An unusual clue leads investigators to an unexpected conclusion.

Mon 30th January

The Detectives Club: New Orleans

When 20-year-old Alyssa Kovash is gunned down for the contents of her purse, Detective Joey Catalanotto won't rest until he finds out who pulled the trigger. He promises Alyssa's mother he will do everything in his power, but without any physical evidence, the odds are stacked against him. Relying on old-fashioned police work, Catalanotto gets the entire department to pitch in. Alyssa's handbag is soon discovered inside a stolen vehicle, and though the murder weapon is nowhere to be found, the tips start rolling in. With officers pounding the streets, Catalanotto hones in on three suspects. But with conflicting stories and with a devastating hurricane on the horizon, Alyssa's family will have to wait years for justice.

Mon 30th January

Serial Killer Sunday

Karla Homolka and Paul Bernardo married on June 29, 1991 in an elaborate wedding held at the Niagara-on-the-Lake church. Bernardo had been in control of the wedding plans which included the two riding in a white horse-drawn carriage with the bride dressed in an expensive white gown. This is also the same day the cement encased body of Leslie Mahaffy was found in a lake. She was one of the Bernardo's victims who was tortured, raped, murdered and disposed of by the happy newlyweds. Bernardo's mother, Marilyn, was the daughter of a wealthy Toronto lawyer. His father, Kenneth, was the son of an English woman and an Italian immigrant who created a highly successful marble and tile business, but was abusive towards his wife and children. In 1975, Kenneth Bernardo fondled a girl and was charged with child molestation; he also sexually abused his own daughter. Though the elder children felt the effects of the emotional and mental turmoil, young Paul appeared to be unscathed by it. The young Bernardo was described as: "always happy, so cute, with his dimpled good looks and sweet smile, many of the mothers just wanted to pinch him on the cheek whenever they saw him. He was the perfect child they all wanted: polite, well mannered, doing well in school, so sweet in his Boy Scout uniform". By the time Bernardo attended University of Toronto Scarborough, he had developed dark sexual fantasies, enjoyed humiliating women in public and beating up the women he dated. In October 1987, he met Karla Homolka. They became sexually interested in each other almost immediately. Unlike the other girls he knew, she encouraged his sadistic sexual behaviour, also encouraging his acts as the "Scarborough Rapist". Bernardo committed multiple sexual assaults, escalating in viciousness, in and around Scarborough, Ontario. Most of the assaults were on young women whom he had stalked after they exited buses late in the evening.

Mon 30th January

Crimes That Shook Australia

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

Mon 30th January

It Takes A Killer

When a mother of two is reported missing, five days after her disappearance, her husband becomes the chief suspect. But is his affair with the nanny enough of a motive to kill? And where is the body?

Mon 30th January

The First 48

In Dallas, Detective Eddie Ibarra discovers a woman shot dead in the lobby of her workplace. When he uncovers video surveillance of the murder he is given an unusual piece of evidence: an image of the killer. Ibarra takes on the difficult job of putting a name to the face.

Mon 30th January

Noon

It Takes A Killer

Mother and son grifters crisscross the United States, pulling off every scam and con imaginable. But when these criminal masterminds graduate to multiple homicides, they're finally caught by the long arms of the law.

Mon 30th January

The Detectives Club: New Orleans

When 20-year-old Alyssa Kovash is gunned down for the contents of her purse, Detective Joey Catalanotto won't rest until he finds out who pulled the trigger. He promises Alyssa's mother he will do everything in his power, but without any physical evidence, the odds are stacked against him. Relying on old-fashioned police work, Catalanotto gets the entire department to pitch in. Alyssa's handbag is soon discovered inside a stolen vehicle, and though the murder weapon is nowhere to be found, the tips start rolling in. With officers pounding the streets, Catalanotto hones in on three suspects. But with conflicting stories and with a devastating hurricane on the horizon, Alyssa's family will have to wait years for justice.

Mon 30th January

Serial Killer Sunday

Karla Homolka and Paul Bernardo married on June 29, 1991 in an elaborate wedding held at the Niagara-on-the-Lake church. Bernardo had been in control of the wedding plans which included the two riding in a white horse-drawn carriage with the bride dressed in an expensive white gown. This is also the same day the cement encased body of Leslie Mahaffy was found in a lake. She was one of the Bernardo's victims who was tortured, raped, murdered and disposed of by the happy newlyweds. Bernardo's mother, Marilyn, was the daughter of a wealthy Toronto lawyer. His father, Kenneth, was the son of an English woman and an Italian immigrant who created a highly successful marble and tile business, but was abusive towards his wife and children. In 1975, Kenneth Bernardo fondled a girl and was charged with child molestation; he also sexually abused his own daughter. Though the elder children felt the effects of the emotional and mental turmoil, young Paul appeared to be unscathed by it. The young Bernardo was described as: "always happy, so cute, with his dimpled good looks and sweet smile, many of the mothers just wanted to pinch him on the cheek whenever they saw him. He was the perfect child they all wanted: polite, well mannered, doing well in school, so sweet in his Boy Scout uniform". By the time Bernardo attended University of Toronto Scarborough, he had developed dark sexual fantasies, enjoyed humiliating women in public and beating up the women he dated. In October 1987, he met Karla Homolka. They became sexually interested in each other almost immediately. Unlike the other girls he knew, she encouraged his sadistic sexual behaviour, also encouraging his acts as the "Scarborough Rapist". Bernardo committed multiple sexual assaults, escalating in viciousness, in and around Scarborough, Ontario. Most of the assaults were on young women whom he had stalked after they exited buses late in the evening.

Mon 30th January

Crimes That Shook Australia

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

Mon 30th January

Unusual Suspects

When 10-year-old Katie Collman is murdered in a small Indiana town, a shocking confession catapults this crime into national news. Was Katie murdered to keep her quiet about something she saw? An unusual clue leads investigators to an unexpected conclusion.

Mon 30th January

Fatal Attraction

When Kimberly Hawkins met Elihue Parker, he promised her the stars. Their love burned into a fiery flame and they were married soon after. But their wedded bliss is shattered when Elihue goes missing from his apartment in Lewisville, Texas, sending police on a race against time to find him. As investigators probe into the disappearance of Elihue, they discover a twisted web of deceit and lies. Ultimately uncovering a chilling conspiracy and at the heart of it - the face of pure evil itself.

Mon 30th January

The FBI Files

In 1997, FBI agents began investigating New York gas station mogul Gurmeet Dhinsa for gas pump rigging. They soon realised that Dhinsa was more than a crooked businessman; he enforced his mob-like operation with brutal violence, kidnapping and killing errant employees and any family members who questioned their deaths. FBI agents worked their way into Dhinsa's violent world. When a cooperating witness was gunned down in the street, agents knew time had run out. They had to get Dhinsa and dismantle his crew before others paid with their lives.

Mon 30th January

Evening

Cops

Groundbreaking reality series featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day. Stories include a police chase of a man in a stolen vehicle who takes off on foot, and multiple units take part in a high-speed chase.

Mon 30th January

Cops

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

Mon 30th January

CI Australia: Families Of Crime

Les, Michael and Gary Murphy, brothers from an Irish family of nine children, were three of the five men convicted of the savage rape and murder of Sydney nurse and beauty queen Anita Cobby, which sparked calls for the reintroduction of the death penalty. The others were John Travers and Michael Murdoch. Michael Murphy, 33 at the time of the murder, was the eldest of the nine Murphy children. He had been sent to live with his grandmother when 12 years of age. His brother Gary Murphy was five years younger. Hearing impairment affected Gary's schooling, and he left early to seek work. His strong interest in cars led to him facing several automotive theft-related charges in the years before the murder. He was also known to have a very violent temper. Leslie Joseph Murphy was the youngest of the Murphy children but was known as having the worst temperament. He had faced children's court on many occasions for a number of theft-related offences and was 24 at the time of the Cobby murder. Travers was a depraved 18-year-old who had grown up in a dysfunctional family in the outer suburbs of Sydney. He mingled his blood with best mate Michael Murdoch in a ceremony that made them so-called blood brothers. The five are serving life sentences for the murder.

Mon 30th January

Snapped: Killer Couples

To the members of her church, it seemed that Brenda Andrew had done everything right. She was a Sunday school teacher who married her high school sweetheart, Rob, and together they had two beautiful children. But at age 40, Brenda was having a mid-life crisis. She and Rob began having marital difficulties, and they began to consider separating. When she discretely started dating fellow church member and insurance salesman James Pavatt, it seemed she was on the right track. Like Brenda, James was recently divorced with children of his own. And like Brenda, he'd do anything for a second chance. By October of 2001, the two had fallen in love and Brenda began making plans to leave Rob, who was unaware of her affair with James. With the holidays quickly approaching, both Brenda and James had much to be thankful for, which only made the gruesome events that followed more difficult to comprehend.

Mon 30th January

The First 48

In medicine, they call it the 'critical hour', in criminal investigations, they call it The First 48 hours. Ask any detective - they will tell you that if they don't have a lead, a suspect or an arrest within 48 hours, their chances of solving the case are cut in half. In a visual style that feels more like a TV drama than a verite reality show, THE FIRST 48 follows homicide detectives during these initial critical hours as they race against time to solve their cases. The program follows various detectives of a few select homicide teams as they track breaking cases - each with a running clock that builds pace as the 48 hours inexorably expires. In this episode, when a young man is shot to death at a motel party, Tulsa Detective Justin Ritter discovers a photo posted on Facebook may have triggered a dangerous chain of events.

Mon 30th January

On the Case

July 1, 1987. When 10-year-old Amy Schulz left her home to look for her brother, it was dusk in a safe Midwestern community. When she was found murdered the next morning, her family and the small town of Kell, Illinois were thrust into darkness. Amy's body was found a few miles away from where she had last been seen on a desolate dirt road, her throat cut and her clothes were strewn about nearby. Police had little to go on until a bizarre story from rangers in Glacier National Park in Montana, gave them their first break in the case. While police moved closer to identifying Amy's killer, the gut-wrenching journey her family would travel through the justice system, was only just beginning.

Mon 30th January

CI Australia: Families Of Crime

Les, Michael and Gary Murphy, brothers from an Irish family of nine children, were three of the five men convicted of the savage rape and murder of Sydney nurse and beauty queen Anita Cobby, which sparked calls for the reintroduction of the death penalty. The others were John Travers and Michael Murdoch. Michael Murphy, 33 at the time of the murder, was the eldest of the nine Murphy children. He had been sent to live with his grandmother when 12 years of age. His brother Gary Murphy was five years younger. Hearing impairment affected Gary's schooling, and he left early to seek work. His strong interest in cars led to him facing several automotive theft-related charges in the years before the murder. He was also known to have a very violent temper. Leslie Joseph Murphy was the youngest of the Murphy children but was known as having the worst temperament. He had faced children's court on many occasions for a number of theft-related offences and was 24 at the time of the Cobby murder. Travers was a depraved 18-year-old who had grown up in a dysfunctional family in the outer suburbs of Sydney. He mingled his blood with best mate Michael Murdoch in a ceremony that made them so-called blood brothers. The five are serving life sentences for the murder.

Tue 31st January

Morning

Snapped: Killer Couples

To the members of her church, it seemed that Brenda Andrew had done everything right. She was a Sunday school teacher who married her high school sweetheart, Rob, and together they had two beautiful children. But at age 40, Brenda was having a mid-life crisis. She and Rob began having marital difficulties, and they began to consider separating. When she discretely started dating fellow church member and insurance salesman James Pavatt, it seemed she was on the right track. Like Brenda, James was recently divorced with children of his own. And like Brenda, he'd do anything for a second chance. By October of 2001, the two had fallen in love and Brenda began making plans to leave Rob, who was unaware of her affair with James. With the holidays quickly approaching, both Brenda and James had much to be thankful for, which only made the gruesome events that followed more difficult to comprehend.

Tue 31st January

The First 48

In medicine, they call it the 'critical hour', in criminal investigations, they call it The First 48 hours. Ask any detective - they will tell you that if they don't have a lead, a suspect or an arrest within 48 hours, their chances of solving the case are cut in half. In a visual style that feels more like a TV drama than a verite reality show, THE FIRST 48 follows homicide detectives during these initial critical hours as they race against time to solve their cases. The program follows various detectives of a few select homicide teams as they track breaking cases - each with a running clock that builds pace as the 48 hours inexorably expires. In this episode, when a young man is shot to death at a motel party, Tulsa Detective Justin Ritter discovers a photo posted on Facebook may have triggered a dangerous chain of events.

Tue 31st January

Forensic Files

The medical examiner ruled the death an accident, but the detectives investigating the case thought the evidence at the scene indicated otherwise. It would take three years, an exhumation and a second autopsy to determine who was right.

Tue 31st January

Body of Evidence

A favourite local waitress, Laura McNaughton, is found murdered outside the small town of Clovis, New Mexico. Her body had been cleaned and carefully posed in some brush near the hunting grounds. Criminal profiler Dayle Hinman is called to help solve what appears to be a ritualistic murder. Even with multiple leads, police are led to an unlikely suspect who worshipped Laura.

Tue 31st January

On the Case

July 1, 1987. When 10-year-old Amy Schulz left her home to look for her brother, it was dusk in a safe Midwestern community. When she was found murdered the next morning, her family and the small town of Kell, Illinois were thrust into darkness. Amy's body was found a few miles away from where she had last been seen on a desolate dirt road, her throat cut and her clothes were strewn about nearby. Police had little to go on until a bizarre story from rangers in Glacier National Park in Montana, gave them their first break in the case. While police moved closer to identifying Amy's killer, the gut-wrenching journey her family would travel through the justice system, was only just beginning.

Tue 31st January

Street Patrol UK

In the war against anti-social behaviour, armies of dedicated professionals are getting stuck in to stop the rot. Thugs, drunks, vandals, nightmare neighbours and teenage gangs are all in their sights. This series tells the stories of the so-called low level stuff that can drive us out of our minds the neighbour who always parks their car in your space, the hoodies hanging around cash machines, KFC boxes in the gutter, the graffiti on the town's war memorial, the couple who let their dogs bark all night, the drunk teenagers taking over our town centres. We'll hear the stories of ordinary people whose lives are being blighted by others' anti-social behaviour and follow the teams across Britain who are working on getting it sorted out. In this episode, Enfield's Environmental Health team tackles the health hazard created by a hoarder, we join a group of volunteers reclaiming the Regent's Canal with a graffiti clean-up, we walk the streets of Tower Hamlets with the street pastors who share goodwill, caring words and flip flops with anyone in need on a night out, and discover how historic post-boxes are being targeted by thieves.

Tue 31st January

Cops

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

Tue 31st January

The FBI Files

In 1997, FBI agents began investigating New York gas station mogul Gurmeet Dhinsa for gas pump rigging. They soon realised that Dhinsa was more than a crooked businessman; he enforced his mob-like operation with brutal violence, kidnapping and killing errant employees and any family members who questioned their deaths. FBI agents worked their way into Dhinsa's violent world. When a cooperating witness was gunned down in the street, agents knew time had run out. They had to get Dhinsa and dismantle his crew before others paid with their lives.

Tue 31st January

Body of Evidence

A favourite local waitress, Laura McNaughton, is found murdered outside the small town of Clovis, New Mexico. Her body had been cleaned and carefully posed in some brush near the hunting grounds. Criminal profiler Dayle Hinman is called to help solve what appears to be a ritualistic murder. Even with multiple leads, police are led to an unlikely suspect who worshipped Laura.

Tue 31st January

CI Australia: Families Of Crime

Les, Michael and Gary Murphy, brothers from an Irish family of nine children, were three of the five men convicted of the savage rape and murder of Sydney nurse and beauty queen Anita Cobby, which sparked calls for the reintroduction of the death penalty. The others were John Travers and Michael Murdoch. Michael Murphy, 33 at the time of the murder, was the eldest of the nine Murphy children. He had been sent to live with his grandmother when 12 years of age. His brother Gary Murphy was five years younger. Hearing impairment affected Gary's schooling, and he left early to seek work. His strong interest in cars led to him facing several automotive theft-related charges in the years before the murder. He was also known to have a very violent temper. Leslie Joseph Murphy was the youngest of the Murphy children but was known as having the worst temperament. He had faced children's court on many occasions for a number of theft-related offences and was 24 at the time of the Cobby murder. Travers was a depraved 18-year-old who had grown up in a dysfunctional family in the outer suburbs of Sydney. He mingled his blood with best mate Michael Murdoch in a ceremony that made them so-called blood brothers. The five are serving life sentences for the murder.

Tue 31st January

Snapped

Kimberly Parker had been married to Elihue Parker for nearly a year. The couple had just transferred to Texas for Elihue's job with the US Marine Corps. But on July 31, 2000, Elihue didn't show up for work. His co-workers at went to his apartment and found it unlocked and empty. Combined with the fact that two men had threatened Elihue at the office just four days earlier, Elihue's disappearance raised a number of red flags for the local police. When talking to his wife, Kimberly said she didn't know where he was because they had recently separated. Detectives soon connected the incident at Elihue's office to Kimberly's new boyfriend, Damian Huckaby. Still, there was no sign of her missing husband. Then on August 3, authorities in nearby county pulled a body from the river and identified it as Elihue Parker. He had been shot and dumped in the water. Detectives brought Kimberly, Damian and two friends in for questioning. Damian admitted to visiting Elihue's office and gave police the name of the second man with him that day. When questioned, that man, Marcus Brown, told police that Damian and the others had kidnapped Elihue. According to Marcus, Kimberly had convinced them to kill her husband in order to collect on his military life insurance. Kimberly and Damian were arrested along with Kendall Watson and Dexter Hodge. Kendall and Dexter confessed to helping kidnap Elihue, but that it was Damian who had shot him and left him to die. But the next morning, when they went to move the body, Elihue was still alive so they dumped in the river. Kimberly was charged with aggravated kidnapping and murder. On the stand, Kimberly claimed she had no idea that Damian planned to murder her husband. According to Kim, Damian told her that her husband was dead and threatened to kill her if she told anyone. The jury found her guilty and she was sentenced to 99 years in prison. She maintains her innocence.

Tue 31st January

The First 48

In medicine, they call it the 'critical hour', in criminal investigations, they call it The First 48 hours. Ask any detective - they will tell you that if they don't have a lead, a suspect or an arrest within 48 hours, their chances of solving the case are cut in half. In a visual style that feels more like a TV drama than a verite reality show, THE FIRST 48 follows homicide detectives during these initial critical hours as they race against time to solve their cases. The program follows various detectives of a few select homicide teams as they track breaking cases - each with a running clock that builds pace as the 48 hours inexorably expires. In this episode, when a young man is shot to death at a motel party, Tulsa Detective Justin Ritter discovers a photo posted on Facebook may have triggered a dangerous chain of events.

Tue 31st January

Fatal Attraction

When Kimberly Hawkins met Elihue Parker, he promised her the stars. Their love burned into a fiery flame and they were married soon after. But their wedded bliss is shattered when Elihue goes missing from his apartment in Lewisville, Texas, sending police on a race against time to find him. As investigators probe into the disappearance of Elihue, they discover a twisted web of deceit and lies. Ultimately uncovering a chilling conspiracy and at the heart of it - the face of pure evil itself.

Tue 31st January

The FBI Files

In 1997, FBI agents began investigating New York gas station mogul Gurmeet Dhinsa for gas pump rigging. They soon realised that Dhinsa was more than a crooked businessman; he enforced his mob-like operation with brutal violence, kidnapping and killing errant employees and any family members who questioned their deaths. FBI agents worked their way into Dhinsa's violent world. When a cooperating witness was gunned down in the street, agents knew time had run out. They had to get Dhinsa and dismantle his crew before others paid with their lives.

Tue 31st January

Noon

CI Australia: Families Of Crime

Les, Michael and Gary Murphy, brothers from an Irish family of nine children, were three of the five men convicted of the savage rape and murder of Sydney nurse and beauty queen Anita Cobby, which sparked calls for the reintroduction of the death penalty. The others were John Travers and Michael Murdoch. Michael Murphy, 33 at the time of the murder, was the eldest of the nine Murphy children. He had been sent to live with his grandmother when 12 years of age. His brother Gary Murphy was five years younger. Hearing impairment affected Gary's schooling, and he left early to seek work. His strong interest in cars led to him facing several automotive theft-related charges in the years before the murder. He was also known to have a very violent temper. Leslie Joseph Murphy was the youngest of the Murphy children but was known as having the worst temperament. He had faced children's court on many occasions for a number of theft-related offences and was 24 at the time of the Cobby murder. Travers was a depraved 18-year-old who had grown up in a dysfunctional family in the outer suburbs of Sydney. He mingled his blood with best mate Michael Murdoch in a ceremony that made them so-called blood brothers. The five are serving life sentences for the murder.

Tue 31st January

Snapped: Killer Couples

To the members of her church, it seemed that Brenda Andrew had done everything right. She was a Sunday school teacher who married her high school sweetheart, Rob, and together they had two beautiful children. But at age 40, Brenda was having a mid-life crisis. She and Rob began having marital difficulties, and they began to consider separating. When she discretely started dating fellow church member and insurance salesman James Pavatt, it seemed she was on the right track. Like Brenda, James was recently divorced with children of his own. And like Brenda, he'd do anything for a second chance. By October of 2001, the two had fallen in love and Brenda began making plans to leave Rob, who was unaware of her affair with James. With the holidays quickly approaching, both Brenda and James had much to be thankful for, which only made the gruesome events that followed more difficult to comprehend.

Tue 31st January

The First 48

In medicine, they call it the 'critical hour', in criminal investigations, they call it The First 48 hours. Ask any detective - they will tell you that if they don't have a lead, a suspect or an arrest within 48 hours, their chances of solving the case are cut in half. In a visual style that feels more like a TV drama than a verite reality show, THE FIRST 48 follows homicide detectives during these initial critical hours as they race against time to solve their cases. The program follows various detectives of a few select homicide teams as they track breaking cases - each with a running clock that builds pace as the 48 hours inexorably expires. In this episode, when a young man is shot to death at a motel party, Tulsa Detective Justin Ritter discovers a photo posted on Facebook may have triggered a dangerous chain of events.

Tue 31st January

On the Case

July 1, 1987. When 10-year-old Amy Schulz left her home to look for her brother, it was dusk in a safe Midwestern community. When she was found murdered the next morning, her family and the small town of Kell, Illinois were thrust into darkness. Amy's body was found a few miles away from where she had last been seen on a desolate dirt road, her throat cut and her clothes were strewn about nearby. Police had little to go on until a bizarre story from rangers in Glacier National Park in Montana, gave them their first break in the case. While police moved closer to identifying Amy's killer, the gut-wrenching journey her family would travel through the justice system, was only just beginning.

Tue 31st January

Fatal Attraction

Driven by powerful, real-life stories, each pulse-pounding, episode centres on an incredible and dangerous romance. Each opens with a shocking crime, a kidnapping, a terrible fire or even murder. Then the story spins us back. We meet our main characters before they meet one another. We come to understand their personalities and see what drives them. Then, we see the 'true love' that draws them together. But in these cases, true love doesn't end with silver anniversaries instead it leads to cross-country manhunts, bizarre cover-ups and dramatic trials. This show weaves together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way it will give you a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance. Because love doesn't just hurt, it can kill.

Tue 31st January

The FBI Files

In the early 1980s, the decapitation of a young African-American male led the Miami-Dade police department and the FBI along a trail of murder. Investigators quickly discovered that the victim was a dissident member of a religious sect headed by a man calling himself Yahweh ben Yahweh, or God, Son of God. Although the FBI believed Yahweh ben Yahweh and his followers were responsible for many murders, they could find no direct evidence linking them to the crimes. Agents knew they had but one recourse: to convince one of the cult leader's fanatical followers to betray a man he considered a god.

Tue 31st January

Evening

Cops

Stories include a traffic stop with a woman who is uncooperative and giving a false name to the police.

Tue 31st January

Cops

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

Tue 31st January

Crime Investigation Australia

John Paul Newman was a member of the New South Wales state parliament and Member of the seat of Cabramatta. He was the first politician to be assassinated in Australia. For many years Newman had been waging a campaign to break up the Asian crime gangs and corruption that had plagued the area. He had been the target of numerous death threats from such gangs but did not seek police protection. During the night of September 5, 1994 while outside his Woods Avenue home, he was shot and killed. His fiancee, Lucy Wang, was with him at the time but saw little of what happened because of the swiftness of the murder. A local nightclub owner, Phuong Ngo, who had previously attempted to secure Labor Party pre-selection for the seat, was convicted of the killing in 2001. Two of Ngo's associates escaped convictions. In 2003, an appeal by Ngo against the conviction failed.

Tue 31st January

Snapped

A Snapped Special Episode featuring two poisonous love stories: A wealthy socialite and a Midwestern woman who have only one thing in common.

Tue 31st January

Vanity Fair Confidential

For more than a century, young boys were sent to the Arthur G Dozier School for Boys, a reform school for unruly children. Today, more than 500 former students claim it was a boy's school with a mysterious, disturbing past, a school where they lost their innocence. The men claim that they suffered horrifying beatings. Some say they were raped. And others vow that students were killed on the campus. As investigators begin piece together the truth about what really happened, they uncover the unimaginable.

Tue 31st January

On the Case

On May 1, 1997, colleagues of Toni Ann Bachman contacted police in White Bear Lake, Minnesota. They were concerned because the normally reliable 38-year-old had just missed her fourth day of work without a call. When investigators spoke with her husband Norman, he said Toni had left him. He said she had taken off without even telling him goodbye face to face after 10 years of marriage. Then, Norman told police his suspicions about where Toni had gone and why. Norman said that Toni had been involved with another man and his theory was backed up by over 250 emails he recovered when he hacked into his wife's email account. Investigators read the messages and agreed that Toni and a man named David had been engaging in an intimate online relationship. But as they carefully studied the exchanges, several questions were raised. Did Toni really know the man she had been falling in love with and had their first meeting in real life cost Toni her life?

Tue 31st January

Once Upon a Time in Punchbowl

This is the untold story of how the Lebanese community overcame the odds and found their place in multicultural Australia. This is a community that has been besieged by events beyond their control. But they have emerged stronger than ever with a resilience and strength that will carry them into the future. This four-part documentary series hears from community leaders, police, families and individuals, as they combine to tell the compelling and dramatic story of a proud and resilient community, under intense pressure and scrutiny. The story begins in the 1970s when large numbers of Lebanese migrants flooded into Australia. Many were Muslim, most were traumatised by civil war, and all were desperate to build a better future. Over the coming decades, these new Australians struggled to establish a new life in their adopted country. Domestic and global events were against them. The Gulf War, September 11 and the Bali bombings, all alienated them from their fellow Australians. The traditional Lebanese family units were fragmenting under the pressure. Things reached a terrible and inevitable climax when these tensions, inflamed by the media, erupted in the Cronulla Riots. This is a community that has been besieged by events beyond their control for 30 years. No other migrant community in Australia has had to endure the same. But they have emerged stronger than ever with a resilience and strength that will carry them into the future.

Wed 1st February

Morning

Snapped

A special episode featuring two poisonous love stories: a wealthy socialite and a Midwestern woman who have only one thing in common.

Wed 1st February

Vanity Fair Confidential

For more than a century, young boys were sent to the Arthur G Dozier School for Boys, a reform school for unruly children. Today, more than 500 former students claim it was a boy's school with a mysterious, disturbing past, a school where they lost their innocence. The men claim that they suffered horrifying beatings. Some say they were raped. And others vow that students were killed on the campus. As investigators begin piece together the truth about what really happened, they uncover the unimaginable.

Wed 1st February

Forensic Files

When a hit-and-run boating accident caused the death of a popular young man, investigators faced the daunting task of searching for one boat among 1200 others. They asked anyone who had seen the accident to come forward. The man who responded did much more than witness the crash; he was a passenger in that other boat.

Wed 1st February

Body of Evidence

Jennifer Johnson is a beautiful girl who works in the local police supply store was found dead, naked on her bed, apparently strangled. The Police search in earnest for the person who killed one of their own. Several suspects emerge in the early stage of investigation but without many clues and desperate to solve the case, police call in Criminal Profiler Dayle Hinman. Upon examination of the evidence, Agent Hinman notices right away that the offender is certainly someone Jennifer knew.

Wed 1st February

On the Case

On May 1, 1997, colleagues of Toni Ann Bachman contacted police in White Bear Lake, Minnesota. They were concerned because the normally reliable 38-year-old had just missed her fourth day of work without a call. When investigators spoke with her husband Norman, he said Toni had left him. He said she had taken off without even telling him goodbye face to face after 10 years of marriage. Then, Norman told police his suspicions about where Toni had gone and why. Norman said that Toni had been involved with another man and his theory was backed up by over 250 emails he recovered when he hacked into his wife's email account. Investigators read the messages and agreed that Toni and a man named David had been engaging in an intimate online relationship. But as they carefully studied the exchanges, several questions were raised. Did Toni really know the man she had been falling in love with and had their first meeting in real life cost Toni her life?

Wed 1st February

Street Patrol UK

In the war against antisocial behaviour, armies of dedicated professionals are getting stuck in to stop the rot. Thugs, drunks, vandals, nightmare neighbours and teenage gangs are all in their sights. This series tells the stories of the so-called low level stuff that can drive us out of our minds the neighbour who always parks their car in your space, the hoodies hanging around cash machines, KFC boxes in the gutter, the graffiti on the town's war memorial, the couple who let their dogs bark all night, the drunk teenagers taking over our town centres. We'll hear the stories of ordinary people whose lives are being blighted by others' antisocial behaviour and follow the teams across Britain who are working on getting it sorted out. In this episode, we discover how a nightmare neighbour made life hell for the residents of a housing estate in Chard, go on patrol with the Ilfracombe police team as they deal with a drunk OAP, discover how the Chester Rows are being targeted by vandals scorch-tagging the wooden buildings, meet the Huntingdon Rangers who have been helping to keep their town centre trouble-free and follow the vice squad of Tower Hamlets as they target drugs and prostitution in their area.

Wed 1st February

Cops

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

Wed 1st February

The FBI Files

In the early 1980s, the decapitation of a young African-American male led the Miami-Dade police department and the FBI along a trail of murder. Investigators quickly discovered that the victim was a dissident member of a religious sect headed by a man calling himself Yahweh ben Yahweh, or God, Son of God. Although the FBI believed Yahweh ben Yahweh and his followers were responsible for many murders, they could find no direct evidence linking them to the crimes. Agents knew they had but one recourse: to convince one of the cult leader's fanatical followers to betray a man he considered a god.

Wed 1st February

Crime Investigation Australia

John Paul Newman was a member of the New South Wales state parliament and Member of the seat of Cabramatta. He was the first politician to be assassinated in Australia. For many years Newman had been waging a campaign to break up the Asian crime gangs and corruption that had plagued the area. He had been the target of numerous death threats from such gangs but did not seek police protection. During the night of September 5, 1994 while outside his Woods Avenue home, he was shot and killed. His fiancee, Lucy Wang, was with him at the time but saw little of what happened because of the swiftness of the murder. A local nightclub owner, Phuong Ngo, who had previously attempted to secure Labor Party pre-selection for the seat, was convicted of the killing in 2001. Two of Ngo's associates escaped convictions. In 2003, an appeal by Ngo against the conviction failed.

Wed 1st February

Once Upon a Time in Punchbowl

This is the untold story of how the Lebanese community overcame the odds and found their place in multicultural Australia. This is a community that has been besieged by events beyond their control. But they have emerged stronger than ever with a resilience and strength that will carry them into the future. This four-part documentary series hears from community leaders, police, families and individuals, as they combine to tell the compelling and dramatic story of a proud and resilient community, under intense pressure and scrutiny. The story begins in the 1970s when large numbers of Lebanese migrants flooded into Australia. Many were Muslim, most were traumatised by civil war, and all were desperate to build a better future. Over the coming decades, these new Australians struggled to establish a new life in their adopted country. Domestic and global events were against them. The Gulf War, September 11 and the Bali bombings, all alienated them from their fellow Australians. The traditional Lebanese family units were fragmenting under the pressure. Things reached a terrible and inevitable climax when these tensions, inflamed by the media, erupted in the Cronulla Riots. This is a community that has been besieged by events beyond their control for 30 years. No other migrant community in Australia has had to endure the same. But they have emerged stronger than ever with a resilience and strength that will carry them into the future.

Wed 1st February

Vanity Fair Confidential

For more than a century, young boys were sent to the Arthur G Dozier School for Boys, a reform school for unruly children. Today, more than 500 former students claim it was a boy's school with a mysterious, disturbing past, a school where they lost their innocence. The men claim that they suffered horrifying beatings. Some say they were raped. And others vow that students were killed on the campus. As investigators begin piece together the truth about what really happened, they uncover the unimaginable.

Wed 1st February

Fatal Attraction

Driven by powerful, real-life stories, each pulse-pounding, episode centres on an incredible and dangerous romance. Each opens with a shocking crime, a kidnapping, a terrible fire or even murder. Then the story spins us back. We meet our main characters before they meet one another. We come to understand their personalities and see what drives them. Then, we see the 'true love' that draws them together. But in these cases, true love doesn't end with silver anniversaries instead it leads to cross-country manhunts, bizarre cover-ups and dramatic trials. This show weaves together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way it will give you a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance. Because love doesn't just hurt, it can kill.

Wed 1st February

The FBI Files

In the early 1980s, the decapitation of a young African-American male led the Miami-Dade police department and the FBI along a trail of murder. Investigators quickly discovered that the victim was a dissident member of a religious sect headed by a man calling himself Yahweh ben Yahweh, or God, Son of God. Although the FBI believed Yahweh ben Yahweh and his followers were responsible for many murders, they could find no direct evidence linking them to the crimes. Agents knew they had but one recourse: to convince one of the cult leader's fanatical followers to betray a man he considered a god.

Wed 1st February

Noon

Crime Investigation Australia

John Paul Newman was a member of the New South Wales state parliament and Member of the seat of Cabramatta. He was the first politician to be assassinated in Australia. For many years Newman had been waging a campaign to break up the Asian crime gangs and corruption that had plagued the area. He had been the target of numerous death threats from such gangs but did not seek police protection. During the night of September 5, 1994 while outside his Woods Avenue home, he was shot and killed. His fiancee, Lucy Wang, was with him at the time but saw little of what happened because of the swiftness of the murder. A local nightclub owner, Phuong Ngo, who had previously attempted to secure Labor Party pre-selection for the seat, was convicted of the killing in 2001. Two of Ngo's associates escaped convictions. In 2003, an appeal by Ngo against the conviction failed.

Wed 1st February

Snapped

A special episode featuring two poisonous love stories: a wealthy socialite and a Midwestern woman who have only one thing in common.

Wed 1st February

Vanity Fair Confidential

For more than a century, young boys were sent to the Arthur G Dozier School for Boys, a reform school for unruly children. Today, more than 500 former students claim it was a boy's school with a mysterious, disturbing past, a school where they lost their innocence. The men claim that they suffered horrifying beatings. Some say they were raped. And others vow that students were killed on the campus. As investigators begin piece together the truth about what really happened, they uncover the unimaginable.

Wed 1st February

On the Case

On May 1, 1997, colleagues of Toni Ann Bachman contacted police in White Bear Lake, Minnesota. They were concerned because the normally reliable 38-year-old had just missed her fourth day of work without a call. When investigators spoke with her husband Norman, he said Toni had left him. He said she had taken off without even telling him goodbye face to face after 10 years of marriage. Then, Norman told police his suspicions about where Toni had gone and why. Norman said that Toni had been involved with another man and his theory was backed up by over 250 emails he recovered when he hacked into his wife's email account. Investigators read the messages and agreed that Toni and a man named David had been engaging in an intimate online relationship. But as they carefully studied the exchanges, several questions were raised. Did Toni really know the man she had been falling in love with and had their first meeting in real life cost Toni her life?

Wed 1st February

Fatal Attraction

Driven by powerful, real-life stories, each pulse-pounding, episode centres on an incredible and dangerous romance. Each opens with a shocking crime, a kidnapping, a terrible fire or even murder. Then the story spins us back. We meet our main characters before they meet one another. We come to understand their personalities and see what drives them. Then, we see the 'true love' that draws them together. But in these cases, true love doesn't end with silver anniversaries instead it leads to cross-country manhunts, bizarre cover-ups and dramatic trials. This show weaves together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way it will give you a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance. Because love doesn't just hurt, it can kill.

Wed 1st February

The FBI Files

Glendale, Arizona mall, local authorities and the FBI scrambled to recover it - and its cargo of nearly a million dollars. Six hours later, agents found the van, its driver shot dead inside and the money gone. It was perfect hit by professionals who left no clue behind. Months passed before a solid lead developed. In January, a tip led agents to look into a former prison guard. Surveillance uncovered two other suspects - a bounty hunter and a former Phoenix policeman. The FBI would have its hands full - trying to track and build a case against killers whose law enforcement training had made them clever criminals.

Wed 1st February

Evening

Cops

Cops pull over a man who then swallows marijuana.

Wed 1st February

Cops

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

Wed 1st February

Crimes That Shook Australia

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

Wed 1st February

The Detectives Club: New Orleans

When clean cut family guy Herbert Shiloh is shot dead in the bedroom of his eastern New Orleans home, it's up to Detective Barret Morton to solve the brutal murder. With no signs of a burglary, it looks like a targeted hit, but there are no obvious suspects or even a motive. Herbert's girlfriend immediately points the finger at her ex-boyfriend and his violent past. But it's her word against his. And he has an alibi. It will take a trail of digital breadcrumbs to eventually lead Detective Morton straight to a cold-blooded killer with a deadly jealous streak.

Wed 1st February

Hit and Run

Shockingly there are now over 16,000 hit-and-run collisions every year on Britain's roads resulting in serious injuries or death - for victims and for families left behind, a hit-and-run collision can herald years of considerable anger, pain and frustration. For the police who pick up the pieces, bringing the guilty to justice is a test of investigative skills and resolve.

Wed 1st February

On the Case

When 21-year old military police officer Erin Tynan failed to report for duty, officials at Fort Irwin contacted police in Barstow California to check on her. When officers entered her off base apartment, they found Erin's half nude body sprawled out on the bed. The young woman had been murdered. A deep knife wound behind her left ear appeared to have severed her carotid artery. Based on the positioning of Erin's body and the way her clothing was found at the foot of her bed, police believed the attack had been sexually motivated. But as homicide detectives studied the crime scene, they found a single .22 caliber cartridge but the off duty gun she owned was missing. Investigators wondered why her killer would have taken a cheap .22 caliber pistol and left more valuable items behind. The mystery behind Erin Tynan's murder would lead police to uncover a deadly betrayal, and a ruthless killer whose had left a terrifying trail of carnage behind him.

Wed 1st February

Crimes That Shook Australia

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

Thu 2nd February

Morning

The Detectives Club: New Orleans

When clean cut family guy Herbert Shiloh is shot dead in the bedroom of his eastern New Orleans home, it's up to Detective Barret Morton to solve the brutal murder. With no signs of a burglary, it looks like a targeted hit, but there are no obvious suspects or even a motive. Herbert's girlfriend immediately points the finger at her ex-boyfriend and his violent past. But it's her word against his. And he has an alibi. It will take a trail of digital breadcrumbs to eventually lead Detective Morton straight to a cold-blooded killer with a deadly jealous streak.

Thu 2nd February

Hit and Run

Shockingly there are now over 16,000 hit-and-run collisions every year on Britain's roads resulting in serious injuries or death - for victims and for families left behind, a hit-and-run collision can herald years of considerable anger, pain and frustration. For the police who pick up the pieces, bringing the guilty to justice is a test of investigative skills and resolve.

Thu 2nd February

Forensic Files

A woman was found dead on the bedroom floor of her apartment. The crime scene yielded little of value, and investigators wondered if they would find enough evidence to make a case, much less catch a killer. But a bloodstained sheet and a breakthrough forensic technique enabled them to identify the murderer, and convince the jury of his guilt.

Thu 2nd February

Body of Evidence

A young law student, Doug Norwood, is ambushed in his apartment by two men. He fends off his would-be killers and manages to escape with only superficial gun-shot wounds. When he reports the crime the investigators assume Norwood was involved in a drug-deal gone bad. The only problem with this conclusion is that Norwood has no record and doesn't use drugs. Then a month later another attempt on Norwood's life is made, this time with a car bomb. Seemingly indestructible Norwood survives another attack.

Thu 2nd February

On the Case

When 21-year old military police officer Erin Tynan failed to report for duty, officials at Fort Irwin contacted police in Barstow California to check on her. When officers entered her off base apartment, they found Erin's half nude body sprawled out on the bed. The young woman had been murdered. A deep knife wound behind her left ear appeared to have severed her carotid artery. Based on the positioning of Erin's body and the way her clothing was found at the foot of her bed, police believed the attack had been sexually motivated. But as homicide detectives studied the crime scene, they found a single .22 caliber cartridge but the off duty gun she owned was missing. Investigators wondered why her killer would have taken a cheap .22 caliber pistol and left more valuable items behind. The mystery behind Erin Tynan's murder would lead police to uncover a deadly betrayal, and a ruthless killer whose had left a terrifying trail of carnage behind him.

Thu 2nd February

Street Patrol UK

In the war against antisocial behaviour, armies of dedicated professionals are getting stuck in to stop the rot. Thugs, drunks, vandals, nightmare neighbours and teenage gangs are all in their sights. This series tells the stories of the so-called low level stuff that can drive us out of our minds the neighbour who always parks their car in your space, the hoodies hanging around cash machines, KFC boxes in the gutter, the graffiti on the town's war memorial, the couple who let their dogs bark all night, the drunk teenagers taking over our town centres. We'll hear the stories of ordinary people whose lives are being blighted by others' antisocial behaviour and follow the teams across Britain who are working on getting it sorted out. In this episode, we follow the taxi marshals in Bristol as they keep the long line of late-night revellers moving in order to get drinkers home safely. Plus we meet the drug-busting pooch in Hounslow who is one of the Met's secret weapons in their war against drugs, discover how vandals damaged a Saxon church in Somerset, follow the noise team who are out on patrol to keep the peace in London's East End and meet Sergeant Dave Turtle, the old-fashioned bobby on the beat who is determined to keep a friendly face on policing in Chiswick.

Thu 2nd February

Cops

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

Thu 2nd February

The FBI Files

Glendale, Arizona mall, local authorities and the FBI scrambled to recover it - and its cargo of nearly a million dollars. Six hours later, agents found the van, its driver shot dead inside and the money gone. It was perfect hit by professionals who left no clue behind. Months passed before a solid lead developed. In January, a tip led agents to look into a former prison guard. Surveillance uncovered two other suspects - a bounty hunter and a former Phoenix policeman. The FBI would have its hands full - trying to track and build a case against killers whose law enforcement training had made them clever criminals.

Thu 2nd February

Body of Evidence

A young law student, Doug Norwood, is ambushed in his apartment by two men. He fends off his would-be killers and manages to escape with only superficial gun-shot wounds. When he reports the crime the investigators assume Norwood was involved in a drug-deal gone bad. The only problem with this conclusion is that Norwood has no record and doesn't use drugs. Then a month later another attempt on Norwood's life is made, this time with a car bomb. Seemingly indestructible Norwood survives another attack.

Thu 2nd February

Crimes That Shook Australia

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

Thu 2nd February

The Detectives Club: New Orleans

When clean cut family guy Herbert Shiloh is shot dead in the bedroom of his eastern New Orleans home, it's up to Detective Barret Morton to solve the brutal murder. With no signs of a burglary, it looks like a targeted hit, but there are no obvious suspects or even a motive. Herbert's girlfriend immediately points the finger at her ex-boyfriend and his violent past. But it's her word against his. And he has an alibi. It will take a trail of digital breadcrumbs to eventually lead Detective Morton straight to a cold-blooded killer with a deadly jealous streak.

Thu 2nd February

Hit and Run

Shockingly there are now over 16,000 hit-and-run collisions every year on Britain's roads resulting in serious injuries or death - for victims and for families left behind, a hit-and-run collision can herald years of considerable anger, pain and frustration. For the police who pick up the pieces, bringing the guilty to justice is a test of investigative skills and resolve.

Thu 2nd February

Fatal Attraction

Driven by powerful, real-life stories, each pulse-pounding, episode centres on an incredible and dangerous romance. Each opens with a shocking crime, a kidnapping, a terrible fire or even murder. Then the story spins us back. We meet our main characters before they meet one another. We come to understand their personalities and see what drives them. Then, we see the 'true love' that draws them together. But in these cases, true love doesn't end with silver anniversaries instead it leads to cross-country manhunts, bizarre cover-ups and dramatic trials. This show weaves together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way it will give you a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance. Because love doesn't just hurt, it can kill.

Thu 2nd February

The FBI Files

Glendale, Arizona mall, local authorities and the FBI scrambled to recover it - and its cargo of nearly a million dollars. Six hours later, agents found the van, its driver shot dead inside and the money gone. It was perfect hit by professionals who left no clue behind. Months passed before a solid lead developed. In January, a tip led agents to look into a former prison guard. Surveillance uncovered two other suspects - a bounty hunter and a former Phoenix policeman. The FBI would have its hands full - trying to track and build a case against killers whose law enforcement training had made them clever criminals.

Thu 2nd February

Noon

Crimes That Shook Australia

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

Thu 2nd February

The Detectives Club: New Orleans

When clean cut family guy Herbert Shiloh is shot dead in the bedroom of his eastern New Orleans home, it's up to Detective Barret Morton to solve the brutal murder. With no signs of a burglary, it looks like a targeted hit, but there are no obvious suspects or even a motive. Herbert's girlfriend immediately points the finger at her ex-boyfriend and his violent past. But it's her word against his. And he has an alibi. It will take a trail of digital breadcrumbs to eventually lead Detective Morton straight to a cold-blooded killer with a deadly jealous streak.

Thu 2nd February

Hit and Run

Shockingly there are now over 16,000 hit-and-run collisions every year on Britain's roads resulting in serious injuries or death - for victims and for families left behind, a hit-and-run collision can herald years of considerable anger, pain and frustration. For the police who pick up the pieces, bringing the guilty to justice is a test of investigative skills and resolve.

Thu 2nd February

On the Case

When 21-year old military police officer Erin Tynan failed to report for duty, officials at Fort Irwin contacted police in Barstow California to check on her. When officers entered her off base apartment, they found Erin's half nude body sprawled out on the bed. The young woman had been murdered. A deep knife wound behind her left ear appeared to have severed her carotid artery. Based on the positioning of Erin's body and the way her clothing was found at the foot of her bed, police believed the attack had been sexually motivated. But as homicide detectives studied the crime scene, they found a single .22 caliber cartridge but the off duty gun she owned was missing. Investigators wondered why her killer would have taken a cheap .22 caliber pistol and left more valuable items behind. The mystery behind Erin Tynan's murder would lead police to uncover a deadly betrayal, and a ruthless killer whose had left a terrifying trail of carnage behind him.

Thu 2nd February

Fatal Attraction

Driven by powerful, real-life stories, each pulse-pounding, episode centres on an incredible and dangerous romance. Each opens with a shocking crime, a kidnapping, a terrible fire or even murder. Then the story spins us back. We meet our main characters before they meet one another. We come to understand their personalities and see what drives them. Then, we see the 'true love' that draws them together. But in these cases, true love doesn't end with silver anniversaries instead it leads to cross-country manhunts, bizarre cover-ups and dramatic trials. This show weaves together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way it will give you a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance. Because love doesn't just hurt, it can kill.

Thu 2nd February

The FBI Files

Beginning in California in 1995, a serial killer targeted vulnerable women. At first charming and generous, he quickly became violent. He was brutal with his kills and quick in his getaways. Travelling across the country, he struck in Mississippi, Louisiana and Florida. The FBI and local police needed to stop this cross-country killer before more women fell victim to his insatiable rage.

Thu 2nd February

Evening

Cops

A man fleeing from the police runs into a pond and a group of officers team up to retrieve him. Police attempt to question a restaurant patron who is acting strangely.

Thu 2nd February

Cops

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

Thu 2nd February

Crime Investigation Australia

In February 1986, nurse Anita Cobby, a former entrant in the Miss Australia quest, is walking home from Blacktown station in Sydney's outer-western suburbs. A Holden sedan pulls up and Anita is dragged into the vehicle. She is taken to a lonely spot where five young men take turns to bash and rape her. Finally her throat is cut, almost severing her head, and her body is left in a paddock. The five men are later caught and convicted of these despicable crimes and sent to jail for life - their papers marked "never to be released". But something positive will come out of this appalling and deeply disturbing story, as Anita's grieving parents begin a support group for the families of murder victims, offering comfort and mutual help for more than 1000 loved ones of homicide victims.

Thu 2nd February

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, a family is brutally shot down and murdered in a border town. Investigators look at the local MinuteMen Organisation. Did rogue members act on their own or did their charismatic leader make them do it?

Thu 2nd February

Captivated: The Trials of Pamela Smart

Take a new look at the trial of 21-year-old Pamela Smart, who was accused of plotting the 1990 murder of her husband. As the first fully televised, gavel-to-gavel, court case, the trial gave birth to reality TV. The film explores how the media's coverage of the story may have influenced the trial and sentencing.

Thu 2nd February

Crime Investigation Australia

In February 1986, nurse Anita Cobby, a former entrant in the Miss Australia quest, is walking home from Blacktown station in Sydney's outer-western suburbs. A Holden sedan pulls up and Anita is dragged into the vehicle. She is taken to a lonely spot where five young men take turns to bash and rape her. Finally her throat is cut, almost severing her head, and her body is left in a paddock. The five men are later caught and convicted of these despicable crimes and sent to jail for life - their papers marked "never to be released". But something positive will come out of this appalling and deeply disturbing story, as Anita's grieving parents begin a support group for the families of murder victims, offering comfort and mutual help for more than 1000 loved ones of homicide victims.

Fri 3rd February

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, a family is brutally shot down and murdered in a border town. Investigators look at the local MinuteMen Organisation. Did rogue members act on their own or did their charismatic leader make them do it?

Fri 3rd February

Catch My Killer

Colorado Springs, 1991. While babysitting her little brother, 13-year-old Heather Church vanishes from her home and is never seen again. The only clue to her disappearance - and the home intruder - is a set of fingerprints left on an unlocked window screen. Two years later, her skull is found. After Heather's alleged killer is convicted, cold case investigators look into numerous other unsolved murders in Colorado. They soon begin receiving enigmatic letters from Heather's killer. After years of continued contact and investigation, the detectives eventually discover that Heather's killer may be one of the most prolific serial killers in US history. This program will take you on an emotional journey between past and present as unsolved homicide cases are reopened. Uncover how time, technology, and burdens of the past combine to rehash old cases and open old wounds in an effort to solve haunting whodunit mysteries, finally put the culprit behind bars, and give loved ones long-awaited peace of mind.

Fri 3rd February

Forensic Files

A young man was killed in a mysterious car crash, but the evidence at the scene led investigators to believe it was not an accident. Forensic science revealed what really happened, and the truth devastated three families.

Fri 3rd February

Body of Evidence

Anita Spearman is found bludgeoned to death in her bedroom. As a retired cancer survivor, who had recently been nominated by colleagues for a Leading Ladies Award, Anita seemingly had no enemies. A crime scene with missing valuables points to a burglary gone-bad. But without any signs of forced entry, detectives are stumped. The number one suspect, Anita's millionaire husband who had access to the home, has a rock-solid alibi. Then a drifter is found with Anita's possessions.

Fri 3rd February

Cold Justice: Sex Crimes

In 2010, Roselyn, eight and a half months pregnant, is attacked in her home by a masked assailant, and suspicion and accusations fly through the Filipino community in Kodiak, Alaska. Two suspects emerge, each with the opportunity to have committed the crime. One is Roselyn's neighbour, the other, her own brother-in-law. With no direct DNA evidence from Roselyn's rape kit to tie either man to her assault, the case has remained unsolved. Now, Casey and Alicia combine investigative work with modern DNA technology to help the Kodiak Police Department bring the perpetrator to justice.

Fri 3rd February

Street Patrol UK

In the war against antisocial behaviour, armies of dedicated professionals are getting stuck in to stop the rot. Thugs, drunks, vandals, nightmare neighbours and teenage gangs are all in their sights. This series tells the stories of the so-called low level stuff that can drive us out of our minds the neighbour who always parks their car in your space, the hoodies hanging around cash machines, KFC boxes in the gutter, the graffiti on the town's war memorial, the couple who let their dogs bark all night, the drunk teenagers taking over our town centres. We'll hear the stories of ordinary people whose lives are being blighted by others' anti-social behaviour and follow the teams across Britain who are working on getting it sorted out. In this episode, we go on patrol with Newham Council in east London as they crack down on landlords making a mint from poor housing, discover how one council in Dorset is clamping down on antisocial behaviour and bringing generations together using a skate park, meet the environmental health team of Allerdale in Cumbria as they tackle issues such as fly-tipping and dog fouling, learn how one Essex church is using CCTV technology to beat the heritage thieves who want to strip it clean, and follow the South Wales fire brigade looking to take on arson.

Fri 3rd February

Cops

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

Fri 3rd February

The FBI Files

Beginning in California in 1995, a serial killer targeted vulnerable women. At first charming and generous, he quickly became violent. He was brutal with his kills and quick in his getaways. Travelling across the country, he struck in Mississippi, Louisiana and Florida. The FBI and local police needed to stop this cross-country killer before more women fell victim to his insatiable rage.

Fri 3rd February

Body of Evidence

Anita Spearman is found bludgeoned to death in her bedroom. As a retired cancer survivor, who had recently been nominated by colleagues for a Leading Ladies Award, Anita seemingly had no enemies. A crime scene with missing valuables points to a burglary gone-bad. But without any signs of forced entry, detectives are stumped. The number one suspect, Anita's millionaire husband who had access to the home, has a rock-solid alibi. Then a drifter is found with Anita's possessions.

Fri 3rd February

Crime Investigation Australia

In February 1986, nurse Anita Cobby, a former entrant in the Miss Australia quest, is walking home from Blacktown station in Sydney's outer-western suburbs. A Holden sedan pulls up and Anita is dragged into the vehicle. She is taken to a lonely spot where five young men take turns to bash and rape her. Finally her throat is cut, almost severing her head, and her body is left in a paddock. The five men are later caught and convicted of these despicable crimes and sent to jail for life - their papers marked "never to be released". But something positive will come out of this appalling and deeply disturbing story, as Anita's grieving parents begin a support group for the families of murder victims, offering comfort and mutual help for more than 1000 loved ones of homicide victims.

Fri 3rd February

Catch My Killer

Colorado Springs, 1991. While babysitting her little brother, 13-year-old Heather Church vanishes from her home and is never seen again. The only clue to her disappearance - and the home intruder - is a set of fingerprints left on an unlocked window screen. Two years later, her skull is found. After Heather's alleged killer is convicted, cold case investigators look into numerous other unsolved murders in Colorado. They soon begin receiving enigmatic letters from Heather's killer. After years of continued contact and investigation, the detectives eventually discover that Heather's killer may be one of the most prolific serial killers in US history. This program will take you on an emotional journey between past and present as unsolved homicide cases are reopened. Uncover how time, technology, and burdens of the past combine to rehash old cases and open old wounds in an effort to solve haunting whodunit mysteries, finally put the culprit behind bars, and give loved ones long-awaited peace of mind.

Fri 3rd February

Cold Justice: Sex Crimes

In 2010, Roselyn, eight and a half months pregnant, is attacked in her home by a masked assailant, and suspicion and accusations fly through the Filipino community in Kodiak, Alaska. Two suspects emerge, each with the opportunity to have committed the crime. One is Roselyn's neighbour, the other, her own brother-in-law. With no direct DNA evidence from Roselyn's rape kit to tie either man to her assault, the case has remained unsolved. Now, Casey and Alicia combine investigative work with modern DNA technology to help the Kodiak Police Department bring the perpetrator to justice.

Fri 3rd February

Fatal Attraction

Driven by powerful, real-life stories, each pulse-pounding, episode centres on an incredible and dangerous romance. Each opens with a shocking crime, a kidnapping, a terrible fire or even murder. Then the story spins us back. We meet our main characters before they meet one another. We come to understand their personalities and see what drives them. Then, we see the 'true love' that draws them together. But in these cases, true love doesn't end with silver anniversaries instead it leads to cross-country manhunts, bizarre cover-ups and dramatic trials. This show weaves together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way it will give you a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance. Because love doesn't just hurt, it can kill.

Fri 3rd February

The FBI Files

Beginning in California in 1995, a serial killer targeted vulnerable women. At first charming and generous, he quickly became violent. He was brutal with his kills and quick in his getaways. Travelling across the country, he struck in Mississippi, Louisiana and Florida. The FBI and local police needed to stop this cross-country killer before more women fell victim to his insatiable rage.

Fri 3rd February

Noon

Crime Investigation Australia

In February 1986, nurse Anita Cobby, a former entrant in the Miss Australia quest, is walking home from Blacktown station in Sydney's outer-western suburbs. A Holden sedan pulls up and Anita is dragged into the vehicle. She is taken to a lonely spot where five young men take turns to bash and rape her. Finally her throat is cut, almost severing her head, and her body is left in a paddock. The five men are later caught and convicted of these despicable crimes and sent to jail for life - their papers marked "never to be released". But something positive will come out of this appalling and deeply disturbing story, as Anita's grieving parents begin a support group for the families of murder victims, offering comfort and mutual help for more than 1000 loved ones of homicide victims.

Fri 3rd February

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, a family is brutally shot down and murdered in a border town. Investigators look at the local MinuteMen Organisation. Did rogue members act on their own or did their charismatic leader make them do it?

Fri 3rd February

Catch My Killer

Colorado Springs, 1991. While babysitting her little brother, 13-year-old Heather Church vanishes from her home and is never seen again. The only clue to her disappearance - and the home intruder - is a set of fingerprints left on an unlocked window screen. Two years later, her skull is found. After Heather's alleged killer is convicted, cold case investigators look into numerous other unsolved murders in Colorado. They soon begin receiving enigmatic letters from Heather's killer. After years of continued contact and investigation, the detectives eventually discover that Heather's killer may be one of the most prolific serial killers in US history. This program will take you on an emotional journey between past and present as unsolved homicide cases are reopened. Uncover how time, technology, and burdens of the past combine to rehash old cases and open old wounds in an effort to solve haunting whodunit mysteries, finally put the culprit behind bars, and give loved ones long-awaited peace of mind.

Fri 3rd February

Cold Justice: Sex Crimes

In 2010, Roselyn, eight and a half months pregnant, is attacked in her home by a masked assailant, and suspicion and accusations fly through the Filipino community in Kodiak, Alaska. Two suspects emerge, each with the opportunity to have committed the crime. One is Roselyn's neighbour, the other, her own brother-in-law. With no direct DNA evidence from Roselyn's rape kit to tie either man to her assault, the case has remained unsolved. Now, Casey and Alicia combine investigative work with modern DNA technology to help the Kodiak Police Department bring the perpetrator to justice.

Fri 3rd February

Fatal Attraction

Driven by powerful, real-life stories, each pulse-pounding, episode centres on an incredible and dangerous romance. Each opens with a shocking crime, a kidnapping, a terrible fire or even murder. Then the story spins us back. We meet our main characters before they meet one another. We come to understand their personalities and see what drives them. Then, we see the 'true love' that draws them together. But in these cases, true love doesn't end with silver anniversaries instead it leads to cross-country manhunts, bizarre cover-ups and dramatic trials. This show weaves together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way it will give you a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance. Because love doesn't just hurt, it can kill.

Fri 3rd February

The FBI Files

In 1987, a successful television producer was gunned down in his New York office. It looked like a professional hit. With no leads, the investigation stalled. Four years later and a continent away, a man told Los Angeles police he had been hired to murder two exotic dancers. Investigators linked the two crimes and uncovered a businessman willing to kill to protect his interests. The FBI would create an elaborate sting operation to try to stop the murderous actions of an entertainment industry giant.