TV Guide

Tue 28th February

Morning

Crime Stories

This in-depth documentary includes the first and only interview with America's First Female Predatory Serial Killer, has given since she was sentenced to death. The FBI says Aileen Wuornos was responsible for the murder of 7 middle aged white men, all last seen driving alone on the highways of central Florida. An admitted prostitute Wuornos says she shot to defend herself against rape and torture by her johns.

Tue 28th February

Noon

Deadly Women

What led a 10-year-old girl to kill two young boys in her neighbourhood and abandon their mutilated bodies, in the hope that a family member would find them? What went through her mind when she stood at the front of one boy's house and laughed as she watched his funeral casket carried out? Can a girl so young be held responsible for her actions? How could innocence have left her so soon? The story of Mary Bell is a dark, intriguing case. Set in the grim streets of industrial northern England in the late '60s, it's a tale of bizarre, horrifying details and compelling psychology.

Tue 28th February

Snapped: Killer Couples

Two sex-obsessed strip club employees start a passionate relationship that quickly turns into a dance with death.

Tue 28th February

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, a young man is found shot dead in his van. Tulsa Homicide retraces his final hours and get caught up in a web of lies.

Tue 28th February

Cold Blood

While on their way to a Boston maternity class, a white suburban couple is carjacked and shot in a violent inner-city neighbourhood. On the verge of death, the man calls 911, and when police arrive on the scene, he describes their assailant as an African-American male in a jogging suit. The victims are taken to hospital, and while the man, Chuck Stuart, survives, his wife Carol and their unborn child do not. Exacerbating racial tensions in the city, the case generates huge media interest and investigators are under enormous pressure to find the culprit. No physical evidence is found in the car, but when police establish a hotline, hundreds of calls come in, and two possible suspects emerge. Did the crime stem from a drug deal gone wrong? Or could there be a third suspect and a much darker motive for murder?

Tue 28th 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.

Tue 28th February

Crime Stories

This program will present a chilling portrait of a man that hatched one of the most infamous series of shootings in US history.

Tue 28th February

Evening

Cops

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

Tue 28th February

Cops

Officers from the Amarillo Police Department in Texas respond to a "shots fired" call and team up to detain a suspect barricaded inside his house with a gun.

Tue 28th February

Crime Investigation Australia

In 1959, the carefree culture of Perth changed forever when a plague of crime hit the city. By early 1963 the crime wave had escalated to serial murder. A couple were shot at as they sat in their car. In separate incidents, two men were shot and killed at point blank range as they slept. Another was shot between the eyes as he opened his front door. A young woman was strangled to death and raped. An 18-year-old babysitter was executed as she studied and listened to music in front of the fire. All this was the work of one man Eric Edgar Cooke.

Tue 28th February

Snapped

A missing person case goes cold until a nervous breakdown leads to a confession. Were the clues really there or was the evidence just cooked up?

Tue 28th February

Vanity Fair Confidential

On January 30, 2002, police in Opelika, Alabama, receive a 911 call reporting a brutal double murder. A woman has found her parents shot to death in their suburban home. Cash is missing, and investigators wonder if the murders are a robbery gone wrong. More importantly, who would want to kill these respected members of this quiet community? Unfortunately, leads quickly go cold. Just weeks later, in nearby Phoenix City, a single father and his 12-year-old son are abducted and driven to an isolated construction site. One will die. One will be buried alive. Are the murders related? And what evil motivated these horrific crimes?

Tue 28th February

Cold Blood

September 27, 1996. On a lonely stretch of Illinois highway just outside Dekatur, an abandoned car ignites the search for a vivacious and popular young mother. Investigators comb the vehicle for clues, her boyfriend makes an impassioned public plea, and her employer offers a $10,000 reward for her safe return. But two days later, local fishermen make a grisly discovery. Parcelled into a series of plastic bags, the dismembered body of 23-year-old Karyn Slover is found floating in a local lake. An autopsy later reveals she also suffered multiple gunshot wounds to the head. At first, police have two suspects in their sights: Karyn's boyfriend and her ex-husband. But after two years and no new leads, the investigation reaches a dead end. Can forensic science crack the cold case?

Tue 28th February

The Staircase

In the weeks following Kathleen's death, the prosecution discovers something that only reinforces their convictions: in 1985 a very good friend of Michael Peterson's, Elisabeth Ratliff, was found dead at the bottom of a stairway. Michael Peterson is thought to be the last person to have seen her alive. The incident occurred in Germany where Michael Peterson lived with his first wife, Patti. For the police, the saying that "there's no coincidence in criminology" couldn't be more to the point. And even though the German police and the autopsy clearly concluded an accidental death, the prosecutor, Jim Hardin, decides to exhume the body of Elisabeth Ratliff for a new autopsy. "The Staircase" is a gripping documentary about the search for truth and justice, and an affecting portrait of a family under siege. In the middle of the night of December 9th, 2001, Michael Peterson calls the rescue squad of Durham, North Carolina to tell them he's just found his wife unconscious at the bottom of the stairs. He tells them she's hardly breathing and that she must have fallen. But when the police discover the pool of blood around the victim's body and the lacerations on her skull, they immediately conclude that a crime has been committed. And Michael Peterson is the main suspect. A week later he is charged with his wife's murder and hires one of the best lawyers in North Carolina to defend him. Despite all appearances directly pointing to his guilt, his children wholeheartedly defend him and the family close ranks as Michael Peterson vehemently claims his innocence. Academy Award-winning documentary director Jean-Xavier de Lestrade takes you behind the scenes of this astonishing investigation; into the strategy meetings, the family feuds and the courtroom itself with unprecedented access. The twists and turns of this real-life case better anything in the world of fiction, with one revelation after another challenging Michael Peterson and his defence counsel into proving his in.

Wed 1st March

Morning

Snapped

A missing person case goes cold until a nervous breakdown leads to a confession. Were the clues really there or was the evidence just cooked up?

Wed 1st March

Vanity Fair Confidential

On January 30, 2002, police in Opelika, Alabama, receive a 911 call reporting a brutal double murder. A woman has found her parents shot to death in their suburban home. Cash is missing, and investigators wonder if the murders are a robbery gone wrong. More importantly, who would want to kill these respected members of this quiet community? Unfortunately, leads quickly go cold. Just weeks later, in nearby Phoenix City, a single father and his 12-year-old son are abducted and driven to an isolated construction site. One will die. One will be buried alive. Are the murders related? And what evil motivated these horrific crimes?

Wed 1st March

Forensic Files

A small town in Colorado is on edge after a series of deadly bombings, and police race to find the culprit before he strikes again. Ultimately, it was the bombs themselves, along with the tools used to make them, which led investigators to the perpetrator.

Wed 1st March

Suburban Secrets

Residents of Lansbrook, Oklahoma have so much to be thankful for, especially when thoughts and prayers turn to poor Rob and Brenda Andrews. After 10 years and two kids, the former high school sweethearts have decided to divorce. But things go from bad to horrific when two masked intruders shoot Rob and Brenda in their garage. Brenda is injured and Rob dies at the scene. With a neighbourhood in lockdown and two killers at large, police know every second counts. But they could never imagine the mystery they would soon uncover.

Wed 1st March

Cold Blood

September 27, 1996. On a lonely stretch of Illinois highway just outside Dekatur, an abandoned car ignites the search for a vivacious and popular young mother. Investigators comb the vehicle for clues, her boyfriend makes an impassioned public plea, and her employer offers a $10,000 reward for her safe return. But two days later, local fishermen make a grisly discovery. Parcelled into a series of plastic bags, the dismembered body of 23-year-old Karyn Slover is found floating in a local lake. An autopsy later reveals she also suffered multiple gunshot wounds to the head. At first, police have two suspects in their sights: Karyn's boyfriend and her ex-husband. But after two years and no new leads, the investigation reaches a dead end. Can forensic science crack the cold case?

Wed 1st March

North Mission Road

A screenwriter mysteriously disappears in California's Mojave Desert. Was he spirited away by the CIA? Did he voluntarily disappear - or did someone end his life? The experts at NMR are called in to help solve this puzzle.

Wed 1st March

Cops Uncut

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

Wed 1st March

Cops

Officers from the Amarillo Police Department in Texas respond to a "shots fired" call and team up to detain a suspect barricaded inside his house with a gun.

Wed 1st March

Crime Stories

This program will present a chilling portrait of a man that hatched one of the most infamous series of shootings in US history.

Wed 1st March

Suburban Secrets

Residents of Lansbrook, Oklahoma have so much to be thankful for, especially when thoughts and prayers turn to poor Rob and Brenda Andrews. After 10 years and two kids, the former high school sweethearts have decided to divorce. But things go from bad to horrific when two masked intruders shoot Rob and Brenda in their garage. Brenda is injured and Rob dies at the scene. With a neighbourhood in lockdown and two killers at large, police know every second counts. But they could never imagine the mystery they would soon uncover.

Wed 1st March

Crime Investigation Australia

In 1959, the carefree culture of Perth changed forever when a plague of crime hit the city. By early 1963 the crime wave had escalated to serial murder. A couple were shot at as they sat in their car. In separate incidents, two men were shot and killed at point blank range as they slept. Another was shot between the eyes as he opened his front door. A young woman was strangled to death and raped. An 18-year-old babysitter was executed as she studied and listened to music in front of the fire. All this was the work of one man Eric Edgar Cooke.

Wed 1st March

The Staircase

In the weeks following Kathleen's death, the prosecution discovers something that only reinforces their convictions: in 1985 a very good friend of Michael Peterson's, Elisabeth Ratliff, was found dead at the bottom of a stairway. Michael Peterson is thought to be the last person to have seen her alive. The incident occurred in Germany where Michael Peterson lived with his first wife, Patti. For the police, the saying that "there's no coincidence in criminology" couldn't be more to the point. And even though the German police and the autopsy clearly concluded an accidental death, the prosecutor, Jim Hardin, decides to exhume the body of Elisabeth Ratliff for a new autopsy. "The Staircase" is a gripping documentary about the search for truth and justice, and an affecting portrait of a family under siege. In the middle of the night of December 9th, 2001, Michael Peterson calls the rescue squad of Durham, North Carolina to tell them he's just found his wife unconscious at the bottom of the stairs. He tells them she's hardly breathing and that she must have fallen. But when the police discover the pool of blood around the victim's body and the lacerations on her skull, they immediately conclude that a crime has been committed. And Michael Peterson is the main suspect. A week later he is charged with his wife's murder and hires one of the best lawyers in North Carolina to defend him. Despite all appearances directly pointing to his guilt, his children wholeheartedly defend him and the family close ranks as Michael Peterson vehemently claims his innocence. Academy Award-winning documentary director Jean-Xavier de Lestrade takes you behind the scenes of this astonishing investigation; into the strategy meetings, the family feuds and the courtroom itself with unprecedented access. The twists and turns of this real-life case better anything in the world of fiction, with one revelation after another challenging Michael Peterson and his defence counsel into proving his in.

Wed 1st March

Vanity Fair Confidential

On January 30, 2002, police in Opelika, Alabama, receive a 911 call reporting a brutal double murder. A woman has found her parents shot to death in their suburban home. Cash is missing, and investigators wonder if the murders are a robbery gone wrong. More importantly, who would want to kill these respected members of this quiet community? Unfortunately, leads quickly go cold. Just weeks later, in nearby Phoenix City, a single father and his 12-year-old son are abducted and driven to an isolated construction site. One will die. One will be buried alive. Are the murders related? And what evil motivated these horrific crimes?

Wed 1st March

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 March

Crime Stories

This program will present a chilling portrait of a man that hatched one of the most infamous series of shootings in US history.

Wed 1st March

Noon

Crime Investigation Australia

In 1959, the carefree culture of Perth changed forever when a plague of crime hit the city. By early 1963 the crime wave had escalated to serial murder. A couple were shot at as they sat in their car. In separate incidents, two men were shot and killed at point blank range as they slept. Another was shot between the eyes as he opened his front door. A young woman was strangled to death and raped. An 18-year-old babysitter was executed as she studied and listened to music in front of the fire. All this was the work of one man Eric Edgar Cooke.

Wed 1st March

Snapped

A missing person case goes cold until a nervous breakdown leads to a confession. Were the clues really there or was the evidence just cooked up?

Wed 1st March

Vanity Fair Confidential

On January 30, 2002, police in Opelika, Alabama, receive a 911 call reporting a brutal double murder. A woman has found her parents shot to death in their suburban home. Cash is missing, and investigators wonder if the murders are a robbery gone wrong. More importantly, who would want to kill these respected members of this quiet community? Unfortunately, leads quickly go cold. Just weeks later, in nearby Phoenix City, a single father and his 12-year-old son are abducted and driven to an isolated construction site. One will die. One will be buried alive. Are the murders related? And what evil motivated these horrific crimes?

Wed 1st March

Cold Blood

September 27, 1996. On a lonely stretch of Illinois highway just outside Dekatur, an abandoned car ignites the search for a vivacious and popular young mother. Investigators comb the vehicle for clues, her boyfriend makes an impassioned public plea, and her employer offers a $10,000 reward for her safe return. But two days later, local fishermen make a grisly discovery. Parcelled into a series of plastic bags, the dismembered body of 23-year-old Karyn Slover is found floating in a local lake. An autopsy later reveals she also suffered multiple gunshot wounds to the head. At first, police have two suspects in their sights: Karyn's boyfriend and her ex-husband. But after two years and no new leads, the investigation reaches a dead end. Can forensic science crack the cold case?

Wed 1st March

Sins and Secrets

Anchorage - A bustling speck of civilisation on America's untamed frontier. It's a mix of red-blooded gumption, unbridled greed, and a love of nature that make Anchoragites one of America's most unique breed of citizens. And in 1996, it was also home to fisherman Kent Leppink and his soon-to-be bride, Mechele Hughes. But before they could tie the knot, Kent was found murdered in the wilderness outside of town. Even though Mechele's alleged greed - complete with a million-dollar life insurance policy just months before Kent's death - seemed to be a motive for murder, the investigation turned cold. That is, until 2004, when an unexpected confession revealed a love rectangle of sinister proportions.

Wed 1st March

Crime Stories

When the body of a missing Sacramento lawyer is found in a vineyard, a nationwide hunt for his wife ensues. This episode tells the story of Elisa McNabney, an attractive and beguiling woman who had a string of aliases and life of crime in her past. After a two-month search and a federal warrant for her arrest, the police discovered her true identity and finally cornered her on a beach in Florida.

Wed 1st March

Evening

Cops

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

Wed 1st March

Cops

Officers of the Amarillo Police Department in Texas are forced to wrestle a suspect to the ground and use a taser to break up a bar fight. Then, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Department in Florida settles an armed dispute between neighbours over a barking dog. Finally, when deputies of the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Department in Florida respond to a security alarm at a local high school, they find several suspects attempting to steal digital equipment.

Wed 1st March

Crimes That Shook Australia

Based on the successful series from the UK, this program will look at Australian crimes that shocked our nation. Ebony Jane Simpson was murdered in Bargo, New South Wales, on the 19th August, 1992. She was only nine years old. After an extensive search involving over 300 people, officers arrested a local man, Andrew Garforth and questioned him. It took less than 15 minutes for him to admit to abducting Ebony while she was walking home from school. Garforth even went to the extent of showing officers where he had left the body - throwing Ebony into a dam after sexually assaulting her. Andrew Peter Garforth pleaded guilty to the murder and was sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. He gave no motive for the senseless crime and has showed no remorse since Ebony's death. In this exclusive documentary, we hear from Ebony's mother, Christine. Of her panic and heartbreak as locals and officials desperately searched for her daughter. Christine went on to change many laws for victims of crime after her daughter's murder. We also here from one of the main detectives on the case and one of the officers who had the task of recovering Ebony's body.

Wed 1st March

The Killing Season

Amateur profiler Peter Brendt shockingly reveals that not just one but two active serial killers are responsible for the 10 bodies discovered along Ocean Parkway. This compels Josh and Rachel to examine a series of mysterious torso killings ascribed to the 'Butcher of Manorville' which have become linked to the Long Island Serial Killer case. The filmmakers have an unexpected breakthrough when they locate the former pimp of one of these victims who, in his first media interview, points out major flaws in the Long Island Serial Killer investigation. The interview prompts Josh and Rachel to re-examine a crucial piece of evidence, which is stirring an online rumour mill when a potential suspect commits suicide. Meanwhile, a web sleuth shares a promising lead for a match to one of the unidentified that could break the case wide open. After a former escort and confidant discloses for the first time haunting details of a disturbing phone call she received, Josh and Rachel have to decide how far they are willing to go to lure the killer.

Wed 1st March

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

After the death of Scientology's founder L Ron Hubbard, David Miscavige emerged as the leader of the Church of Scientology. Leah uncovers the story of Scientology before and after David Miscavige, as told by three former long-time Church members - including Miscavige's father.

Wed 1st March

Cold Blood

August 26, 1990: A deranged serial killer is on the loose in the college town of Gainesville, Florida. The first victims are two freshmen college roommates whose mutilated bodies are found posed in bizarre positions. The following day, another student is found decapitated. And a day later, the bodies of another two students are discovered in their apartment. A major investigation kicks into action but evidence is scant. The savvy killer has cleaned his victims with detergent, and no fingerprints are found. With the terrified community clamouring for results, police close in on their prime suspect. But when they fail to establish a forensic link, the case goes cold. Investigators expand their search for the Gainesville Ripper. But can they find the culprit before he strikes again?

Wed 1st March

Crimes That Shook Australia

Based on the successful series from the UK, this program will look at Australian crimes that shocked our nation. Ebony Jane Simpson was murdered in Bargo, New South Wales, on the 19th August, 1992. She was only nine years old. After an extensive search involving over 300 people, officers arrested a local man, Andrew Garforth and questioned him. It took less than 15 minutes for him to admit to abducting Ebony while she was walking home from school. Garforth even went to the extent of showing officers where he had left the body - throwing Ebony into a dam after sexually assaulting her. Andrew Peter Garforth pleaded guilty to the murder and was sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. He gave no motive for the senseless crime and has showed no remorse since Ebony's death. In this exclusive documentary, we hear from Ebony's mother, Christine. Of her panic and heartbreak as locals and officials desperately searched for her daughter. Christine went on to change many laws for victims of crime after her daughter's murder. We also here from one of the main detectives on the case and one of the officers who had the task of recovering Ebony's body.

Thu 2nd March

Morning

The Killing Season

Amateur profiler Peter Brendt shockingly reveals that not just one but two active serial killers are responsible for the 10 bodies discovered along Ocean Parkway. This compels Josh and Rachel to examine a series of mysterious torso killings ascribed to the 'Butcher of Manorville' which have become linked to the Long Island Serial Killer case. The filmmakers have an unexpected breakthrough when they locate the former pimp of one of these victims who, in his first media interview, points out major flaws in the Long Island Serial Killer investigation. The interview prompts Josh and Rachel to re-examine a crucial piece of evidence, which is stirring an online rumour mill when a potential suspect commits suicide. Meanwhile, a web sleuth shares a promising lead for a match to one of the unidentified that could break the case wide open. After a former escort and confidant discloses for the first time haunting details of a disturbing phone call she received, Josh and Rachel have to decide how far they are willing to go to lure the killer.

Thu 2nd March

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

After the death of Scientology's founder L Ron Hubbard, David Miscavige emerged as the leader of the Church of Scientology. Leah uncovers the story of Scientology before and after David Miscavige, as told by three former long-time Church members - including Miscavige's father.

Thu 2nd March

Forensic Files

Lives changed in the 20 years following an unsolved murder, and so did forensic science. In time, a high-powered microscope and DNA profiling revealed not only a clue no one had seen before but also the identity of the killer.

Thu 2nd March

Suburban Secrets

Beneath the veneer of quaint Newberry, South Carolina lies a dark secret and a simmering rivalry between its two most well-connected families. When a union between the Landers and the Beckhams turns deadly, a fire ignites in the former Revolutionary War battleground. And police would have to solve a shocking murder to bring peace and quiet back to their perfect town.

Thu 2nd March

Cold Blood

August 26, 1990: A deranged serial killer is on the loose in the college town of Gainesville, Florida. The first victims are two freshmen college roommates whose mutilated bodies are found posed in bizarre positions. The following day, another student is found decapitated. And a day later, the bodies of another two students are discovered in their apartment. A major investigation kicks into action but evidence is scant. The savvy killer has cleaned his victims with detergent, and no fingerprints are found. With the terrified community clamouring for results, police close in on their prime suspect. But when they fail to establish a forensic link, the case goes cold. Investigators expand their search for the Gainesville Ripper. But can they find the culprit before he strikes again?

Thu 2nd March

North Mission Road

Popular owners of a family restaurant are found dead in their home. Footprints lead police to a workman's home where they find the shoes that may have made them and a knife that's missing its tip. Can the experts at NMR help match the clues to the suspect?

Thu 2nd March

Cops Uncut

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

Thu 2nd March

Cops

Officers of the Amarillo Police Department in Texas are forced to wrestle a suspect to the ground and use a taser to break up a bar fight. Then, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Department in Florida settles an armed dispute between neighbours over a barking dog. Finally, when deputies of the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Department in Florida respond to a security alarm at a local high school, they find several suspects attempting to steal digital equipment.

Thu 2nd March

Crime Stories

When the body of a missing Sacramento lawyer is found in a vineyard, a nationwide hunt for his wife ensues. This episode tells the story of Elisa McNabney, an attractive and beguiling woman who had a string of aliases and life of crime in her past. After a two-month search and a federal warrant for her arrest, the police discovered her true identity and finally cornered her on a beach in Florida.

Thu 2nd March

Suburban Secrets

Beneath the veneer of quaint Newberry, South Carolina lies a dark secret and a simmering rivalry between its two most well-connected families. When a union between the Landers and the Beckhams turns deadly, a fire ignites in the former Revolutionary War battleground. And police would have to solve a shocking murder to bring peace and quiet back to their perfect town.

Thu 2nd March

Crimes That Shook Australia

Based on the successful series from the UK, this program will look at Australian crimes that shocked our nation. Ebony Jane Simpson was murdered in Bargo, New South Wales, on the 19th August, 1992. She was only nine years old. After an extensive search involving over 300 people, officers arrested a local man, Andrew Garforth and questioned him. It took less than 15 minutes for him to admit to abducting Ebony while she was walking home from school. Garforth even went to the extent of showing officers where he had left the body - throwing Ebony into a dam after sexually assaulting her. Andrew Peter Garforth pleaded guilty to the murder and was sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. He gave no motive for the senseless crime and has showed no remorse since Ebony's death. In this exclusive documentary, we hear from Ebony's mother, Christine. Of her panic and heartbreak as locals and officials desperately searched for her daughter. Christine went on to change many laws for victims of crime after her daughter's murder. We also here from one of the main detectives on the case and one of the officers who had the task of recovering Ebony's body.

Thu 2nd March

The Killing Season

Amateur profiler Peter Brendt shockingly reveals that not just one but two active serial killers are responsible for the 10 bodies discovered along Ocean Parkway. This compels Josh and Rachel to examine a series of mysterious torso killings ascribed to the 'Butcher of Manorville' which have become linked to the Long Island Serial Killer case. The filmmakers have an unexpected breakthrough when they locate the former pimp of one of these victims who, in his first media interview, points out major flaws in the Long Island Serial Killer investigation. The interview prompts Josh and Rachel to re-examine a crucial piece of evidence, which is stirring an online rumour mill when a potential suspect commits suicide. Meanwhile, a web sleuth shares a promising lead for a match to one of the unidentified that could break the case wide open. After a former escort and confidant discloses for the first time haunting details of a disturbing phone call she received, Josh and Rachel have to decide how far they are willing to go to lure the killer.

Thu 2nd March

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

After the death of Scientology's founder L Ron Hubbard, David Miscavige emerged as the leader of the Church of Scientology. Leah uncovers the story of Scientology before and after David Miscavige, as told by three former long-time Church members - including Miscavige's father.

Thu 2nd March

Sins and Secrets

Anchorage - A bustling speck of civilisation on America's untamed frontier. It's a mix of red-blooded gumption, unbridled greed, and a love of nature that make Anchoragites one of America's most unique breed of citizens. And in 1996, it was also home to fisherman Kent Leppink and his soon-to-be bride, Mechele Hughes. But before they could tie the knot, Kent was found murdered in the wilderness outside of town. Even though Mechele's alleged greed - complete with a million-dollar life insurance policy just months before Kent's death - seemed to be a motive for murder, the investigation turned cold. That is, until 2004, when an unexpected confession revealed a love rectangle of sinister proportions.

Thu 2nd March

Crime Stories

When the body of a missing Sacramento lawyer is found in a vineyard, a nationwide hunt for his wife ensues. This episode tells the story of Elisa McNabney, an attractive and beguiling woman who had a string of aliases and life of crime in her past. After a two-month search and a federal warrant for her arrest, the police discovered her true identity and finally cornered her on a beach in Florida.

Thu 2nd March

Noon

Crimes That Shook Australia

Based on the successful series from the UK, this program will look at Australian crimes that shocked our nation. Ebony Jane Simpson was murdered in Bargo, New South Wales, on the 19th August, 1992. She was only nine years old. After an extensive search involving over 300 people, officers arrested a local man, Andrew Garforth and questioned him. It took less than 15 minutes for him to admit to abducting Ebony while she was walking home from school. Garforth even went to the extent of showing officers where he had left the body - throwing Ebony into a dam after sexually assaulting her. Andrew Peter Garforth pleaded guilty to the murder and was sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. He gave no motive for the senseless crime and has showed no remorse since Ebony's death. In this exclusive documentary, we hear from Ebony's mother, Christine. Of her panic and heartbreak as locals and officials desperately searched for her daughter. Christine went on to change many laws for victims of crime after her daughter's murder. We also here from one of the main detectives on the case and one of the officers who had the task of recovering Ebony's body.

Thu 2nd March

The Killing Season

Amateur profiler Peter Brendt shockingly reveals that not just one but two active serial killers are responsible for the 10 bodies discovered along Ocean Parkway. This compels Josh and Rachel to examine a series of mysterious torso killings ascribed to the 'Butcher of Manorville' which have become linked to the Long Island Serial Killer case. The filmmakers have an unexpected breakthrough when they locate the former pimp of one of these victims who, in his first media interview, points out major flaws in the Long Island Serial Killer investigation. The interview prompts Josh and Rachel to re-examine a crucial piece of evidence, which is stirring an online rumour mill when a potential suspect commits suicide. Meanwhile, a web sleuth shares a promising lead for a match to one of the unidentified that could break the case wide open. After a former escort and confidant discloses for the first time haunting details of a disturbing phone call she received, Josh and Rachel have to decide how far they are willing to go to lure the killer.

Thu 2nd March

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

After the death of Scientology's founder L Ron Hubbard, David Miscavige emerged as the leader of the Church of Scientology. Leah uncovers the story of Scientology before and after David Miscavige, as told by three former long-time Church members - including Miscavige's father.

Thu 2nd March

Cold Blood

August 26, 1990: A deranged serial killer is on the loose in the college town of Gainesville, Florida. The first victims are two freshmen college roommates whose mutilated bodies are found posed in bizarre positions. The following day, another student is found decapitated. And a day later, the bodies of another two students are discovered in their apartment. A major investigation kicks into action but evidence is scant. The savvy killer has cleaned his victims with detergent, and no fingerprints are found. With the terrified community clamouring for results, police close in on their prime suspect. But when they fail to establish a forensic link, the case goes cold. Investigators expand their search for the Gainesville Ripper. But can they find the culprit before he strikes again?

Thu 2nd March

Sins and Secrets

Key West: a shabby island paradise and de facto home for anyone looking to relax, party, or disappear. But the party came to a screeching halt when beloved 63-year-old botanist Rodger Keller was found dead in his home. The crime scene pointed to a botched armed robbery, until detectives unearth a shocking set of nude photos and financial information that suggests a former tenant - and possible gay lover of Keller's named Johnny Ray Holt - had bled Keller's bank account of nearly $10,000 before killing him in cold blood.

Thu 2nd March

Crime Stories

A 17-year-old girl disappears under mysterious circumstances. With no leads or dark secrets to her past, investigators turn to the FBI for help.

Thu 2nd March

Evening

Cops

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

Thu 2nd March

Cops

When an officer from the Amarillo Police Department in Texas approaches a woman on the street about her suspicious late-night behaviour, the interaction turns into a chase on foot. Meanwhile, in Hillsborough County, Florida, officers on the late-night patrol team up to respond to a call regarding a hand-to-hand transaction at a local motel.

Thu 2nd March

Homicide Hunter

The first warm night of spring turns deadly when a gunfight erupts at a local bar frequented by the infamous biker gang, the Sons of Silence. Lt Joe Kenda must piece together a chaotic crime scene and delve deep into the world of one of the most dangerous biker gangs in the country. All in order to determine whether it was gang rivalry or something more personal that led to the violent encounter which left many innocent bystanders wounded, injured an officer, and claimed the lives of Stephen Fairfax and Paul Klein.

Thu 2nd March

Snapped: She Made Me Do It

True stories of women accused of manipulating men to do their evil bidding. Although the crimes differ in nature, they all share a common theme - a woman is credited to being the chief mastermind behind the scenes. Through witness testimonies, expert interviews and dramatic re-enactments, each episode explores criminal cases surrounding the femme fatale. From a romantic reconciliation dinner that ends in homicide to a star athlete who is discovered lifeless with mysterious wounds, viewers follow the investigation of the alleged perpetrators who claim "she made me do it." Hear both sides of the story and ultimately discover the jury's verdict. In this episode, when a millionaire British businessman goes missing in Miami, Florida, investigators wonder: did he run away to be with his mistress in the Caribbean or did his business partners, including a sexy, young accountant, let greed lead to murder?

Thu 2nd March

Murder Made Me Famous

When the body of handsome, athletic 30-year-old businessman and motivational speaker Travis Alexander is found in the shower of his Mesa, Arizona, home on June 9, 2008 - he has been dead for five days. The murder is a particularly brutal one. The victim suffered 27 stab wounds, including one through the heart. The throat was slashed and there was a single gunshot wound to the face. It was a bloodbath rarely seen by investigators. Most shocking of all, this slaughter was carried out by a pretty, petite, 27-year-old woman. Someone you would never expect to be capable of such an act. Few crimes in recent memory have captured the media spotlight like the Jodi Arias case. It's tawdry elements of sexual obsession, violent jealously, nude videos and photographs taken of the murder by the killer would be nearly as shocking as the crime itself, igniting a media firestorm and propelling an unlikely young woman into infamy.

Thu 2nd March

Cold Blood

An aspiring society photographer from Switzerland is brutally murdered in his upscale Los Angeles home. And when officers investigate, they find a scene worthy of a horror film. Blood has dripped from the ceiling and down walls, shards of glass are everywhere, and the body of 37-year-old Roland Kuster lies face down on the floor. Police first suspect this may be a case of a random robbery gone wrong. But as they learn details about Kuster's tawdry social life, they begin to suspect the culprit is someone he knew. Several months later, however, investigators still haven't found the killer. Can forensic science eventually crack the case?

Thu 2nd March

Homicide Hunter

The first warm night of spring turns deadly when a gunfight erupts at a local bar frequented by the infamous biker gang, the Sons of Silence. Lt Joe Kenda must piece together a chaotic crime scene and delve deep into the world of one of the most dangerous biker gangs in the country. All in order to determine whether it was gang rivalry or something more personal that led to the violent encounter which left many innocent bystanders wounded, injured an officer, and claimed the lives of Stephen Fairfax and Paul Klein.

Fri 3rd March

Morning

Snapped: She Made Me Do It

True stories of women accused of manipulating men to do their evil bidding. Although the crimes differ in nature, they all share a common theme - a woman is credited to being the chief mastermind behind the scenes. Through witness testimonies, expert interviews and dramatic re-enactments, each episode explores criminal cases surrounding the femme fatale. From a romantic reconciliation dinner that ends in homicide to a star athlete who is discovered lifeless with mysterious wounds, viewers follow the investigation of the alleged perpetrators who claim "she made me do it." Hear both sides of the story and ultimately discover the jury's verdict. In this episode, when a millionaire British businessman goes missing in Miami, Florida, investigators wonder: did he run away to be with his mistress in the Caribbean or did his business partners, including a sexy, young accountant, let greed lead to murder?

Fri 3rd March

Murder Made Me Famous

When the body of handsome, athletic 30-year-old businessman and motivational speaker Travis Alexander is found in the shower of his Mesa, Arizona, home on June 9, 2008 - he has been dead for five days. The murder is a particularly brutal one. The victim suffered 27 stab wounds, including one through the heart. The throat was slashed and there was a single gunshot wound to the face. It was a bloodbath rarely seen by investigators. Most shocking of all, this slaughter was carried out by a pretty, petite, 27-year-old woman. Someone you would never expect to be capable of such an act. Few crimes in recent memory have captured the media spotlight like the Jodi Arias case. It's tawdry elements of sexual obsession, violent jealously, nude videos and photographs taken of the murder by the killer would be nearly as shocking as the crime itself, igniting a media firestorm and propelling an unlikely young woman into infamy.

Fri 3rd March

Forensic Files

A life-long resident of the tiny town of Lefroy, Tasmania was murdered outside his own home. Robbery appeared to be the motive, but with no suspects, the investigation came to a halt. Then the victim's autopsy turned the investigation into a landmark forensics case: The device intended to save his life proved to be the only witness to his death.

Fri 3rd March

Suburban Secrets

Charming Raleigh, North Carolina is perennially voted one of the best places to reinvent yourself. That's largely because it's small enough to retain its quaint, southern heritage yet big enough to keep drawing fresh blood - in the form of affluent, educated, young professionals like Eric Miller, drawn to the high-paying, high-tech jobs of the Research Triangle. But when citizens of this 21st-century southern town are confronted by one of the oldest and nastiest forms of assassination, the friendly face of Raleigh suddenly doesn't seem so welcoming at all.

Fri 3rd March

Cold Blood

An aspiring society photographer from Switzerland is brutally murdered in his upscale Los Angeles home. And when officers investigate, they find a scene worthy of a horror film. Blood has dripped from the ceiling and down walls, shards of glass are everywhere, and the body of 37-year-old Roland Kuster lies face down on the floor. Police first suspect this may be a case of a random robbery gone wrong. But as they learn details about Kuster's tawdry social life, they begin to suspect the culprit is someone he knew. Several months later, however, investigators still haven't found the killer. Can forensic science eventually crack the case?

Fri 3rd March

North Mission Road

A beautiful woman from the Ukraine is found dead in her apartment with unusual markings on her neck. Could the investigators at NMR identify the marks on her neck and help catch the killer?

Fri 3rd March

Cops Uncut

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

Fri 3rd March

Cops

When an officer from the Amarillo Police Department in Texas approaches a woman on the street about her suspicious late-night behaviour, the interaction turns into a chase on foot. Meanwhile, in Hillsborough County, Florida, officers on the late-night patrol team up to respond to a call regarding a hand-to-hand transaction at a local motel.

Fri 3rd March

Crime Stories

A 17-year-old girl disappears under mysterious circumstances. With no leads or dark secrets to her past, investigators turn to the FBI for help.

Fri 3rd March

Suburban Secrets

Charming Raleigh, North Carolina is perennially voted one of the best places to reinvent yourself. That's largely because it's small enough to retain its quaint, southern heritage yet big enough to keep drawing fresh blood - in the form of affluent, educated, young professionals like Eric Miller, drawn to the high-paying, high-tech jobs of the Research Triangle. But when citizens of this 21st-century southern town are confronted by one of the oldest and nastiest forms of assassination, the friendly face of Raleigh suddenly doesn't seem so welcoming at all.

Fri 3rd March

Homicide Hunter

The first warm night of spring turns deadly when a gunfight erupts at a local bar frequented by the infamous biker gang, the Sons of Silence. Lt Joe Kenda must piece together a chaotic crime scene and delve deep into the world of one of the most dangerous biker gangs in the country. All in order to determine whether it was gang rivalry or something more personal that led to the violent encounter which left many innocent bystanders wounded, injured an officer, and claimed the lives of Stephen Fairfax and Paul Klein.

Fri 3rd March

Killer Kids

On Halloween morning in the small town of Hagerstown, Maryland, the body of a father is discovered in a pool of blood. Police attention turns to the victim's daughter, her Goth friends, and a tragic misunderstanding that destroys three lives. A 31-year-old wife and mother openly engages in an affair with a teenage lover. When her husband is found shot dead in the doorway of their home, police must sort through a tangled web of lies and manipulation to get to the truth.

Fri 3rd March

Murder Made Me Famous

When the body of handsome, athletic 30-year-old businessman and motivational speaker Travis Alexander is found in the shower of his Mesa, Arizona, home on June 9, 2008 - he has been dead for five days. The murder is a particularly brutal one. The victim suffered 27 stab wounds, including one through the heart. The throat was slashed and there was a single gunshot wound to the face. It was a bloodbath rarely seen by investigators. Most shocking of all, this slaughter was carried out by a pretty, petite, 27-year-old woman. Someone you would never expect to be capable of such an act. Few crimes in recent memory have captured the media spotlight like the Jodi Arias case. It's tawdry elements of sexual obsession, violent jealously, nude videos and photographs taken of the murder by the killer would be nearly as shocking as the crime itself, igniting a media firestorm and propelling an unlikely young woman into infamy.

Fri 3rd March

Sins and Secrets

Key West: a shabby island paradise and de facto home for anyone looking to relax, party, or disappear. But the party came to a screeching halt when beloved 63-year-old botanist Rodger Keller was found dead in his home. The crime scene pointed to a botched armed robbery, until detectives unearth a shocking set of nude photos and financial information that suggests a former tenant - and possible gay lover of Keller's named Johnny Ray Holt - had bled Keller's bank account of nearly $10,000 before killing him in cold blood.

Fri 3rd March

Crime Stories

A 17-year-old girl disappears under mysterious circumstances. With no leads or dark secrets to her past, investigators turn to the FBI for help.

Fri 3rd March

Noon

Homicide Hunter

The first warm night of spring turns deadly when a gunfight erupts at a local bar frequented by the infamous biker gang, the Sons of Silence. Lt Joe Kenda must piece together a chaotic crime scene and delve deep into the world of one of the most dangerous biker gangs in the country. All in order to determine whether it was gang rivalry or something more personal that led to the violent encounter which left many innocent bystanders wounded, injured an officer, and claimed the lives of Stephen Fairfax and Paul Klein.

Fri 3rd March

Snapped: She Made Me Do It

True stories of women accused of manipulating men to do their evil bidding. Although the crimes differ in nature, they all share a common theme - a woman is credited to being the chief mastermind behind the scenes. Through witness testimonies, expert interviews and dramatic re-enactments, each episode explores criminal cases surrounding the femme fatale. From a romantic reconciliation dinner that ends in homicide to a star athlete who is discovered lifeless with mysterious wounds, viewers follow the investigation of the alleged perpetrators who claim "she made me do it." Hear both sides of the story and ultimately discover the jury's verdict. In this episode, when a millionaire British businessman goes missing in Miami, Florida, investigators wonder: did he run away to be with his mistress in the Caribbean or did his business partners, including a sexy, young accountant, let greed lead to murder?

Fri 3rd March

Murder Made Me Famous

When the body of handsome, athletic 30-year-old businessman and motivational speaker Travis Alexander is found in the shower of his Mesa, Arizona, home on June 9, 2008 - he has been dead for five days. The murder is a particularly brutal one. The victim suffered 27 stab wounds, including one through the heart. The throat was slashed and there was a single gunshot wound to the face. It was a bloodbath rarely seen by investigators. Most shocking of all, this slaughter was carried out by a pretty, petite, 27-year-old woman. Someone you would never expect to be capable of such an act. Few crimes in recent memory have captured the media spotlight like the Jodi Arias case. It's tawdry elements of sexual obsession, violent jealously, nude videos and photographs taken of the murder by the killer would be nearly as shocking as the crime itself, igniting a media firestorm and propelling an unlikely young woman into infamy.

Fri 3rd March

Cold Blood

An aspiring society photographer from Switzerland is brutally murdered in his upscale Los Angeles home. And when officers investigate, they find a scene worthy of a horror film. Blood has dripped from the ceiling and down walls, shards of glass are everywhere, and the body of 37-year-old Roland Kuster lies face down on the floor. Police first suspect this may be a case of a random robbery gone wrong. But as they learn details about Kuster's tawdry social life, they begin to suspect the culprit is someone he knew. Several months later, however, investigators still haven't found the killer. Can forensic science eventually crack the case?

Fri 3rd March

Sins and Secrets

Lexington, Kentucky: a genteel southern city powered by horseracing, bourbon, and big-time college sports. But in 1994, a single bullet wreaked havoc on the city. Beloved University of Kentucky football player Trent DiGiuro was gunned down by a sniper's bullet. For years the case went unsolved, until a former student came forward and told police that her former boyfriend Shane Ragland was the killer. Ragland was ultimately convicted for the crime, but the verdict was thrown out - leaving everyone in Lexington mourning the loss of Trent and the lack of justice served.

Fri 3rd March

Crime Stories

On January 8, 1989, the body of a 30-year old woman was found on the floor of her West Babylon cottage. Nine days later, her neighbour, Henry 'Fred' Chichester III, was charged with her murder. A series of coincidences and circumstantial evidence immediately linked Chichester to the crime and ultimately convicted him. But according to the defence, sloppy detective work and the police's lack of investigation of other suspects led to Chichester's conviction. He is now serving 25 years to life for the murder of Maryann Meola. A murder he claims he did not commit.

Fri 3rd March

Evening

Cops

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

Fri 3rd March

Cops

During a routine traffic stop, officers from the Nye County Sheriff's Office in Pahrump, Nevada pull over a vehicle for a missing headlight and end up busting the suspect for possession after the discovery of a marijuana plant and other illegal substances. Meanwhile, officers in Amarillo, Texas, report to a major vehicle crash on a busy highway to eventually make an arrest for a DUI.

Fri 3rd March

Evil Twins

Twin brothers Pat and Pete Bondurant were farm boys raised in the southern Tennessee countryside. As kids, they were bullied for being obese and were forced to fight, side by side, to survive. After high school, the twins separated; Pat started a family and Pete fed his violent appetite with murder. Growing to 300 pound men, the twins eventually reunited. Together, the Bondurant brothers were as intimidating as they were volatile. The imposing duo went on to terrorise their hometown by dealing drugs, raping, killing, and covering-up their increasingly horrific crimes always together, until the very end.

Fri 3rd March

It Takes A Killer

We investigate the world's most notorious murders and take you inside the minds and motives of the killers who committed them. Experts from the FBI, Scotland Yard, and leading homicide investigators review crime scene evidence, profile each killers behaviour and describe the chilling forensic details of each murder scene. They explain when, why, and how each perpetrator carried out the crime. They also tell us how each homicide is solved. Sometimes you have to think like a killer to catch a killer. In this episode, a Michigan town is in disbelief after a well-respected real estate entrepreneur becomes the prime suspect in his wife's murder. The investigation into the homicide uncovers a sordid tale of double lives, sadomasochism and a callous murder-for-hire scheme involving a mentally handicapped handyman.

Fri 3rd March

It Takes A Killer

We investigate the world's most notorious murders and take you inside the minds and motives of the killers who committed them. Experts from the FBI, Scotland Yard, and leading homicide investigators review crime scene evidence, profile each killers behaviour and describe the chilling forensic details of each murder scene. They explain when, why, and how each perpetrator carried out the crime. They also tell us how each homicide is solved. Sometimes you have to think like a killer to catch a killer. In this episode, a former army medic devises a sick plan to kidnap women, impregnate them and keep them in his basement as part of a personal baby farm. When the plans turn to actions, two women lose their lives and four others experience the hell of a veritable house of horrors.

Fri 3rd March

Surviving Evil

Real-life stories of how victims of violence fought back against their attackers and against the odds, survived. Told in their own words, it's an empowering and inspiring look at true-crime stories where the victims turn the table on their assailant. The series is presented by Charisma Carpenter (Buffy The Vampire Slayer, The Expendables) who herself was the victim of a terrifying attack. In this episode, San Diego high school student Hazel Mae is thrilled when she lands a high-paying job as a secretary. Her new boss, Maurice Smith, even offers her a room in his home so she can avoid the hour-long commute to the office. But before long, Hazel's dream of independence is suddenly shattered when Maurice goes from being a mentor to a monster. A brutal beating is just the beginning. Hazel's a victim of sex trafficking, and soon finds herself confined to a motel room where she is forced to work for an endless string of violent clients. With no hope of escape, it takes every ounce of strength she's got to survive her horrifying new routine. Under round-the-clock surveillance and after nearly five months in captivity, Hazel refuses to give in and is determined to get even.

Fri 3rd March

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

New rookies hit the line in New Mexico's prison system, where violence is at an all-time high and the notorious Syndicato de Nuevo Mexico (SNM) gang has declared war on all CO's. Petite Lilly is desperate to prove herself, but is stuck on traffic duty her first day on the line. Former wrestler and tough guy D'Angelo goes head-to-head with a troublesome inmate. Seasoned rookies Mangin and Cordova face a new challenge when a dangerous ex-gang member leaves his cell unrestrained, and Christian must take action to prevent a fight between inmates from turning deadly.

Fri 3rd March

Dark Temptations

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

Sat 4th March

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 academy award-winning actor anxiously returns to the hotel in Louisiana where angry spirits surrounded him over 30 years ago. With psychic medium Kim Russo by his side, they discover a ghostly case of mistaken identity.

Sat 4th March

Surviving Evil

Real-life stories of how victims of violence fought back against their attackers and against the odds, survived. Told in their own words, it's an empowering and inspiring look at true-crime stories where the victims turn the table on their assailant. The series is presented by Charisma Carpenter (Buffy The Vampire Slayer, The Expendables) who herself was the victim of a terrifying attack. In this episode, San Diego high school student Hazel Mae is thrilled when she lands a high-paying job as a secretary. Her new boss, Maurice Smith, even offers her a room in his home so she can avoid the hour-long commute to the office. But before long, Hazel's dream of independence is suddenly shattered when Maurice goes from being a mentor to a monster. A brutal beating is just the beginning. Hazel's a victim of sex trafficking, and soon finds herself confined to a motel room where she is forced to work for an endless string of violent clients. With no hope of escape, it takes every ounce of strength she's got to survive her horrifying new routine. Under round-the-clock surveillance and after nearly five months in captivity, Hazel refuses to give in and is determined to get even.

Sat 4th March

Forensic Files

When a wealthy socialite died after falling down the stairs, the eye witnesses said one thing and the evidence seemed to indicate another. To find out what really happened, investigators turned to forensic science, a physicist and an expert in accident reconstruction.

Sat 4th March

Suburban Secrets

It's autumn in Red Oak, Iowa, the time of year when the leaves fall, the hot cider flows and the town folk gather for the annual Halloween costume contest. But when young mother, April Corter, disappears and is then found murdered, the generally trustworthy townspeople become paranoid trying to sneak a peek of who's really behind the frightening masks.

Sat 4th March

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

New rookies hit the line in New Mexico's prison system, where violence is at an all-time high and the notorious Syndicato de Nuevo Mexico (SNM) gang has declared war on all CO's. Petite Lilly is desperate to prove herself, but is stuck on traffic duty her first day on the line. Former wrestler and tough guy D'Angelo goes head-to-head with a troublesome inmate. Seasoned rookies Mangin and Cordova face a new challenge when a dangerous ex-gang member leaves his cell unrestrained, and Christian must take action to prevent a fight between inmates from turning deadly.

Sat 4th March

North Mission Road

A charitable church-going woman is the victim of a home break in. Her husband is shot and left for dead - or is he?

Sat 4th March

Cops Uncut

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

Sat 4th March

Cops

During a routine traffic stop, officers from the Nye County Sheriff's Office in Pahrump, Nevada pull over a vehicle for a missing headlight and end up busting the suspect for possession after the discovery of a marijuana plant and other illegal substances. Meanwhile, officers in Amarillo, Texas, report to a major vehicle crash on a busy highway to eventually make an arrest for a DUI.

Sat 4th March

Crime Stories

On January 8, 1989, the body of a 30-year old woman was found on the floor of her West Babylon cottage. Nine days later, her neighbour, Henry 'Fred' Chichester III, was charged with her murder. A series of coincidences and circumstantial evidence immediately linked Chichester to the crime and ultimately convicted him. But according to the defence, sloppy detective work and the police's lack of investigation of other suspects led to Chichester's conviction. He is now serving 25 years to life for the murder of Maryann Meola. A murder he claims he did not commit.

Sat 4th March

Suburban Secrets

It's autumn in Red Oak, Iowa, the time of year when the leaves fall, the hot cider flows and the town folk gather for the annual Halloween costume contest. But when young mother, April Corter, disappears and is then found murdered, the generally trustworthy townspeople become paranoid trying to sneak a peek of who's really behind the frightening masks.

Sat 4th March

It Takes A Killer

We investigate the world's most notorious murders and take you inside the minds and motives of the killers who committed them. Experts from the FBI, Scotland Yard, and leading homicide investigators review crime scene evidence, profile each killers behaviour and describe the chilling forensic details of each murder scene. They explain when, why, and how each perpetrator carried out the crime. They also tell us how each homicide is solved. Sometimes you have to think like a killer to catch a killer. In this episode, a Michigan town is in disbelief after a well-respected real estate entrepreneur becomes the prime suspect in his wife's murder. The investigation into the homicide uncovers a sordid tale of double lives, sadomasochism and a callous murder-for-hire scheme involving a mentally handicapped handyman.

Sat 4th March

It Takes A Killer

We investigate the world's most notorious murders and take you inside the minds and motives of the killers who committed them. Experts from the FBI, Scotland Yard, and leading homicide investigators review crime scene evidence, profile each killers behaviour and describe the chilling forensic details of each murder scene. They explain when, why, and how each perpetrator carried out the crime. They also tell us how each homicide is solved. Sometimes you have to think like a killer to catch a killer. In this episode, a former army medic devises a sick plan to kidnap women, impregnate them and keep them in his basement as part of a personal baby farm. When the plans turn to actions, two women lose their lives and four others experience the hell of a veritable house of horrors.

Sat 4th March

Evil Twins

Twin brothers Pat and Pete Bondurant were farm boys raised in the southern Tennessee countryside. As kids, they were bullied for being obese and were forced to fight, side by side, to survive. After high school, the twins separated; Pat started a family and Pete fed his violent appetite with murder. Growing to 300 pound men, the twins eventually reunited. Together, the Bondurant brothers were as intimidating as they were volatile. The imposing duo went on to terrorise their hometown by dealing drugs, raping, killing, and covering-up their increasingly horrific crimes always together, until the very end.

Sat 4th March

Surviving Evil

Real-life stories of how victims of violence fought back against their attackers and against the odds, survived. Told in their own words, it's an empowering and inspiring look at true-crime stories where the victims turn the table on their assailant. The series is presented by Charisma Carpenter (Buffy The Vampire Slayer, The Expendables) who herself was the victim of a terrifying attack. In this episode, San Diego high school student Hazel Mae is thrilled when she lands a high-paying job as a secretary. Her new boss, Maurice Smith, even offers her a room in his home so she can avoid the hour-long commute to the office. But before long, Hazel's dream of independence is suddenly shattered when Maurice goes from being a mentor to a monster. A brutal beating is just the beginning. Hazel's a victim of sex trafficking, and soon finds herself confined to a motel room where she is forced to work for an endless string of violent clients. With no hope of escape, it takes every ounce of strength she's got to survive her horrifying new routine. Under round-the-clock surveillance and after nearly five months in captivity, Hazel refuses to give in and is determined to get even.

Sat 4th March

Sins and Secrets

Lexington, Kentucky: a genteel southern city powered by horseracing, bourbon, and big-time college sports. But in 1994, a single bullet wreaked havoc on the city. Beloved University of Kentucky football player Trent DiGiuro was gunned down by a sniper's bullet. For years the case went unsolved, until a former student came forward and told police that her former boyfriend Shane Ragland was the killer. Ragland was ultimately convicted for the crime, but the verdict was thrown out - leaving everyone in Lexington mourning the loss of Trent and the lack of justice served.

Sat 4th March

Crime Stories

On January 8, 1989, the body of a 30-year old woman was found on the floor of her West Babylon cottage. Nine days later, her neighbour, Henry 'Fred' Chichester III, was charged with her murder. A series of coincidences and circumstantial evidence immediately linked Chichester to the crime and ultimately convicted him. But according to the defence, sloppy detective work and the police's lack of investigation of other suspects led to Chichester's conviction. He is now serving 25 years to life for the murder of Maryann Meola. A murder he claims he did not commit.

Sat 4th March

Noon

It Takes A Killer

We investigate the world's most notorious murders and take you inside the minds and motives of the killers who committed them. Experts from the FBI, Scotland Yard, and leading homicide investigators review crime scene evidence, profile each killers behaviour and describe the chilling forensic details of each murder scene. They explain when, why, and how each perpetrator carried out the crime. They also tell us how each homicide is solved. Sometimes you have to think like a killer to catch a killer. In this episode, a Michigan town is in disbelief after a well-respected real estate entrepreneur becomes the prime suspect in his wife's murder. The investigation into the homicide uncovers a sordid tale of double lives, sadomasochism and a callous murder-for-hire scheme involving a mentally handicapped handyman.

Sat 4th March

It Takes A Killer

We investigate the world's most notorious murders and take you inside the minds and motives of the killers who committed them. Experts from the FBI, Scotland Yard, and leading homicide investigators review crime scene evidence, profile each killers behaviour and describe the chilling forensic details of each murder scene. They explain when, why, and how each perpetrator carried out the crime. They also tell us how each homicide is solved. Sometimes you have to think like a killer to catch a killer. In this episode, a former army medic devises a sick plan to kidnap women, impregnate them and keep them in his basement as part of a personal baby farm. When the plans turn to actions, two women lose their lives and four others experience the hell of a veritable house of horrors.

Sat 4th March

Cold Case Files

Alligators feasting on a human corpse help police to crack a murder investigation and Phoenix police discover that a preacher is the culprit in a 20-year-old murder.

Sat 4th March

Cold Case Files

A man in Florida is reported missing and his roommate at the time, who tried to take over his business, is the main suspect. But he has an alibi. Then, a look at LAPD Sgt. George Arthur who died in a car crash. But two days later, four bullets are found in his skull. After 15 years, detectives track down the killer.

Sat 4th March

Cold Case Files

A tipster's phone call helps solve the murder of the heir to the U-Haul company fortune. Then, a grisly murder is solved two decades later with the use of new fingerprint technology.

Sat 4th March

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

New rookies hit the line in New Mexico's prison system, where violence is at an all-time high and the notorious Syndicato de Nuevo Mexico (SNM) gang has declared war on all CO's. Petite Lilly is desperate to prove herself, but is stuck on traffic duty her first day on the line. Former wrestler and tough guy D'Angelo goes head-to-head with a troublesome inmate. Seasoned rookies Mangin and Cordova face a new challenge when a dangerous ex-gang member leaves his cell unrestrained, and Christian must take action to prevent a fight between inmates from turning deadly.

Sat 4th March

Deadly Women

When these women were betrayed, they demanded payback. A crazed mother took a custody battle too far, a scorned lover wiped out her competition, and a sex addict stepped on everyone in her way. They settled their scores by wreaking lover's revenge. This show 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.

Sat 4th March

Evening

Happily Never After

Former swimsuit model Summer Chadwick has long been searching for that special someone to complete her family. The single mum yearns for a fiery romance and a father figure for her young son. She soon finds everything she's hoped for in Clint Horvatt. He's a hardworking single dad with a passion for repairing cars. Their romance heats up fast, and with a huge diamond, Clint asks Summer to be his wife. She's overcome with joy and already begins planning the perfect beach wedding. But before the couple can recite their vows and say "I do," tragedy strikes. Clint tells police, he and Summer were on their way to do some Christmas shopping when they pulled the car over to help a man Summer said she knew. As he approached the truck, the man pulled out a gun and demanded they hand over their belongings. After a brief struggle, the man shot Summer in the head. And that's when Clint raced away for help praying it wasn't too late. EMTs try to save Summer's life but she eventually dies. Now police need Clint's help as their search for Summer's shooter leads them through a tangled web of jealousy, lies and betrayal.

Sat 4th March

Wives With Knives

Trena Archie grew up with big dreams, but ended up with horrible nightmares. As she lives the fast life in Vegas and LA, she gets involved with countless powerful men. After being exploited one too many times, Trena gets her revenge - with a knife.

Sat 4th March

Fatal Vows

Janene and Troy are madly in love when they marry in small-town Illinois, combining their two families and four children from previous relationships. Troy's a much-loved delivery driver for Pepsi, and Janene a tough-as-nails nursing aid, who literally picks him up and carries him at their wedding party. They're both the life of the party, a perfect match. When they buy a large home to house their new family, it looks as if their future is bright, and filled with the pleasures of family life. But with four kids to support, Janene's misuse of the family funds forces them to the brink of financial disaster, and an addiction to diet pills makes matters worse. As Janene's mood swings become increasingly hard to handle, Troy grapples with his own destructive impulses and bad habits. Troy hears rumours of an affair, pushing an already volatile relationship into violence, and when Janene claims one of her psychiatric patients raped her, the fallout proves deadly.

Sat 4th March

Gunned Down: The Power Of The NRA

In December of 2012, 20-year-old Adam Lanza entered Sandy Hook Elementary School and killed 26 children and adults with a Bushmaster rifle before taking his own life with a handgun. The tragedy shocked the United States, sparking an outpouring of grief and widespread calls from the public for politicians to "do something" about guns. The moment, it seemed, was gun control advocates' to seize. But like many times before, they ran into intense opposition from a powerful political force: the National Rifle Association (NRA). This is an investigation into the NRA, its political evolution and influence, and how it has consistently succeeded in defeating new gun control legislation. "We've investigated the history of how - even after Newtown, even after the shooting of US Representative Gabrielle Giffords - gun control has become a 'third rail' in American politics, with the issue essentially off the table nationally," says veteran filmmaker Michael Kirk. "It's been a bruising, bare-knuckles battle fought over decades, and the NRA has won." Drawing on interviews with leading voices on both sides of the gun regulation debate, we go inside one of the country's greatest divides to illuminate how the NRA reinvented itself from a group of gun enthusiasts and sportsmen with minimal political focus, to a powerful lobbying force opposing any perceived infringement of the constitutional right to bear arms. This special traces the emergence of one of the NRA's top leaders, Wayne LaPierre, and explores how he has activated the group's influential base in the wake of mass shootings. The film features first hand accounts from family members of mass shooting victims, including Newtown, and includes interviews with Congressional leaders, present and former White House officials, Vice President Joe Biden, and gun-rights and gun-control advocates.

Sat 4th March

The Killer at Thurston High

Kip Kinkel, a fifteen-year-old from a solid middle-class family, made headlines in 1998 when he was accused of murdering his mother and father and then opening fire on his fellow students at his high school in Oregon, killing two and injuring twenty-two others. The program includes interviews with Kinkel's friends, family and counsellors, as well as with his sister, Kristin, who tries to understand what happened to her troubled brother.

Sat 4th March

The Killing Season

Amateur profiler Peter Brendt shockingly reveals that not just one but two active serial killers are responsible for the 10 bodies discovered along Ocean Parkway. This compels Josh and Rachel to examine a series of mysterious torso killings ascribed to the 'Butcher of Manorville' which have become linked to the Long Island Serial Killer case. The filmmakers have an unexpected breakthrough when they locate the former pimp of one of these victims who, in his first media interview, points out major flaws in the Long Island Serial Killer investigation. The interview prompts Josh and Rachel to re-examine a crucial piece of evidence, which is stirring an online rumour mill when a potential suspect commits suicide. Meanwhile, a web sleuth shares a promising lead for a match to one of the unidentified that could break the case wide open. After a former escort and confidant discloses for the first time haunting details of a disturbing phone call she received, Josh and Rachel have to decide how far they are willing to go to lure the killer.

Sun 5th March

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 comedienne returns to the hotel in North Carolina where she had an experience so terrifying, she fled in the middle of the night. With medium Kim Russo, Loni explores confronts the ghosts trapped within the hotel walls.

Sun 5th March

Gunned Down: The Power Of The NRA

In December of 2012, 20-year-old Adam Lanza entered Sandy Hook Elementary School and killed 26 children and adults with a Bushmaster rifle before taking his own life with a handgun. The tragedy shocked the United States, sparking an outpouring of grief and widespread calls from the public for politicians to "do something" about guns. The moment, it seemed, was gun control advocates' to seize. But like many times before, they ran into intense opposition from a powerful political force: the National Rifle Association (NRA). This is an investigation into the NRA, its political evolution and influence, and how it has consistently succeeded in defeating new gun control legislation. "We've investigated the history of how - even after Newtown, even after the shooting of US Representative Gabrielle Giffords - gun control has become a 'third rail' in American politics, with the issue essentially off the table nationally," says veteran filmmaker Michael Kirk. "It's been a bruising, bare-knuckles battle fought over decades, and the NRA has won." Drawing on interviews with leading voices on both sides of the gun regulation debate, we go inside one of the country's greatest divides to illuminate how the NRA reinvented itself from a group of gun enthusiasts and sportsmen with minimal political focus, to a powerful lobbying force opposing any perceived infringement of the constitutional right to bear arms. This special traces the emergence of one of the NRA's top leaders, Wayne LaPierre, and explores how he has activated the group's influential base in the wake of mass shootings. The film features first hand accounts from family members of mass shooting victims, including Newtown, and includes interviews with Congressional leaders, present and former White House officials, Vice President Joe Biden, and gun-rights and gun-control advocates.

Sun 5th March

The Killer at Thurston High

Kip Kinkel, a fifteen-year-old from a solid middle-class family, made headlines in 1998 when he was accused of murdering his mother and father and then opening fire on his fellow students at his high school in Oregon, killing two and injuring twenty-two others. The program includes interviews with Kinkel's friends, family and counsellors, as well as with his sister, Kristin, who tries to understand what happened to her troubled brother.

Sun 5th March

Wives With Knives

Trena Archie grew up with big dreams, but ended up with horrible nightmares. As she lives the fast life in Vegas and LA, she gets involved with countless powerful men. After being exploited one too many times, Trena gets her revenge, with a knife.

Sun 5th March

Fatal Vows

Janene and Troy are madly in love when they marry in small-town Illinois, combining their two families and four children from previous relationships. Troy's a much-loved delivery driver for Pepsi, and Janene a tough-as-nails nursing aid, who literally picks him up and carries him at their wedding party. They're both the life of the party, a perfect match. When they buy a large home to house their new family, it looks as if their future is bright, and filled with the pleasures of family life. But with four kids to support, Janene's misuse of the family funds forces them to the brink of financial disaster, and an addiction to diet pills makes matters worse. As Janene's mood swings become increasingly hard to handle, Troy grapples with his own destructive impulses and bad habits. Troy hears rumours of an affair, pushing an already volatile relationship into violence, and when Janene claims one of her psychiatric patients raped her, the fallout proves deadly.

Sun 5th March

Deadly Women

When these women were betrayed, they demanded payback. A crazed mother took a custody battle too far, a scorned lover wiped out her competition, and a sex addict stepped on everyone in her way. They settled their scores by wreaking lover's revenge. This show 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 5th March

Forensic Files

Police determine that the human remains found in a discarded box belong to one Edna Posey. But to find out when the murder took place, and whether the man accused of the crime is guilty, investigators turn to insects and the forensic entomologist who can interpret their behaviour.

Sun 5th March

Forensic Files

An 18-year-old girl is abducted at gunpoint from her home in Jackson, Ohio. Fortunately, the victim returns hours later, and police hope the tire impressions and shoe prints at the scene of the crime will enable them to find the perpetrator. But the victim knew something about forensic evidence, and she was determined to prove she had been in the assailant's truck. The clues she left behind, and her recollection of details, led police straight to the front door of a career criminal.

Sun 5th March

Forensic Files

When a severed leg is found in a dumpster, investigators are faced with the challenge of identifying the victim. Conventional methods, fingerprinting, comparison with dental records, reports of missing persons are useless. Using anthropology, toxicology and DNA testing, police are able to determine who the victim was, and follow the resulting trail of evidence to his killer.

Sun 5th March

Forensic Files

It takes a long time and a very hot fire to cremate a human body and thus destroy any evidence of foul play. But the medical examiner who performed the autopsy on the badly burnt body of Charles "Jack" Lynch found telltale clues; not only had the victim been burned, he'd also been stabbed - 24 times, with two different knives. Police knew that a person acting alone would probably use only one weapon, so investigators searched for a couple of killers.

Sun 5th March

Forensic Files

In the summer of 1996, in the River Park section of South Bend, Indiana, four women had been sexually assaulted and the perpetrator was still at large. After a few months, police arrested a suspect; he was identified by some, but not all - of the victims, and subsequently convicted of the crimes. But the story doesn't end there. Six years later, new developments in forensic science would uncover startling facts about the case and change the lives of three men and the women who were attacked.

Sun 5th March

Forensic Files

A young suburban couple was murdered during what appeared to be a drug deal gone awry. But police found no drugs in the home of the victims and there were no traces of the victims blood on the clothing of the suspects. The victims dog, Chief, eventually led police to the killer.

Sun 5th March

The Killing Season

Amateur profiler Peter Brendt's shockingly reveals that not just one but two active serial killers are responsible for the ten bodies discovered along Ocean Parkway compels Josh and Rachel to examine a series of mysterious torso killings ascribed to the 'Butcher of Manorville' which have become linked to the Long Island Serial Killer case. The filmmakers have an unexpected breakthrough when they locate the former pimp of one of these victims who in his first media interview points out major flaws in the Long Island Serial Killer investigation. The interview prompts Josh and Rachel to re-examine a crucial piece of evidence, which is stirring an online rumour mill when a potential suspect commits suicide. Meanwhile, a web sleuth shares a promising lead for a match to one of the unidentified that could break the case wide open. And after a former escort and confidant discloses for the first time haunting details of a disturbing phone call she received, Josh and Rachel have to decide how far they are willing to go to lure the killer.

Sun 5th March

Happily Never After

Former swimsuit model Summer Chadwick has long been searching for that special someone to complete her family. The single mum yearns for a fiery romance and a father figure for her young son. She soon finds everything she's hoped for in Clint Horvatt. He's a hardworking single dad with a passion for repairing cars. Their romance heats up fast, and with a huge diamond, Clint asks Summer to be his wife. She's overcome with joy and already begins planning the perfect beach wedding. But before the couple can recite their vows and say "I do," tragedy strikes. Clint tells police, he and Summer were on their way to do some Christmas shopping when they pulled the car over to help a man Summer said she knew. As he approached the truck, the man pulled out a gun and demanded they hand over their belongings. After a brief struggle, the man shot Summer in the head. And that's when Clint raced away for help praying it wasn't too late. EMTs try to save Summer's life but she eventually dies. Now police need Clint's help as their search for Summer's shooter leads them through a tangled web of jealousy, lies and betrayal.

Sun 5th March

Gunned Down: The Power Of The NRA

In December of 2012, 20-year-old Adam Lanza entered Sandy Hook Elementary School and killed 26 children and adults with a Bushmaster rifle before taking his own life with a handgun. The tragedy shocked the United States, sparking an outpouring of grief and widespread calls from the public for politicians to "do something" about guns. The moment, it seemed, was gun control advocates' to seize. But like many times before, they ran into intense opposition from a powerful political force: the National Rifle Association (NRA). This is an investigation into the NRA, its political evolution and influence, and how it has consistently succeeded in defeating new gun control legislation. "We've investigated the history of how - even after Newtown, even after the shooting of US Representative Gabrielle Giffords - gun control has become a 'third rail' in American politics, with the issue essentially off the table nationally," says veteran filmmaker Michael Kirk. "It's been a bruising, bare-knuckles battle fought over decades, and the NRA has won." Drawing on interviews with leading voices on both sides of the gun regulation debate, we go inside one of the country's greatest divides to illuminate how the NRA reinvented itself from a group of gun enthusiasts and sportsmen with minimal political focus, to a powerful lobbying force opposing any perceived infringement of the constitutional right to bear arms. This special traces the emergence of one of the NRA's top leaders, Wayne LaPierre, and explores how he has activated the group's influential base in the wake of mass shootings. The film features first hand accounts from family members of mass shooting victims, including Newtown, and includes interviews with Congressional leaders, present and former White House officials, Vice President Joe Biden, and gun-rights and gun-control advocates.

Sun 5th March

Noon

The Killer at Thurston High

Kip Kinkel, a fifteen-year-old from a solid middle-class family, made headlines in 1998 when he was accused of murdering his mother and father and then opening fire on his fellow students at his high school in Oregon, killing two and injuring twenty-two others. The program includes interviews with Kinkel's friends, family and counsellors, as well as with his sister, Kristin, who tries to understand what happened to her troubled brother.

Sun 5th March

Wives With Knives

Trena Archie grew up with big dreams, but ended up with horrible nightmares. As she lives the fast life in Vegas and LA, she gets involved with countless powerful men. After being exploited one too many times, Trena gets her revenge, with a knife.

Sun 5th March

Fatal Vows

Janene and Troy are madly in love when they marry in small-town Illinois, combining their two families and four children from previous relationships. Troy's a much-loved delivery driver for Pepsi, and Janene a tough-as-nails nursing aid, who literally picks him up and carries him at their wedding party. They're both the life of the party, a perfect match. When they buy a large home to house their new family, it looks as if their future is bright, and filled with the pleasures of family life. But with four kids to support, Janene's misuse of the family funds forces them to the brink of financial disaster, and an addiction to diet pills makes matters worse. As Janene's mood swings become increasingly hard to handle, Troy grapples with his own destructive impulses and bad habits. Troy hears rumours of an affair, pushing an already volatile relationship into violence, and when Janene claims one of her psychiatric patients raped her, the fallout proves deadly.

Sun 5th March

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

After the death of Scientology's founder L Ron Hubbard, David Miscavige emerged as the leader of the Church of Scientology. Leah uncovers the story of Scientology before and after David Miscavige, as told by three former long-time Church members - including Miscavige's father.

Sun 5th March

The First 48

In Dallas, a man is shot to death while trying to protect a friend outside a crowded nightclub. With little physical evidence to go on, Detective Robert Quirk must convince reluctant witnesses to tell him who pulled the trigger. In Detroit, a warm spring day turns deadly when a basketball game erupts in violence. To discover who fired the fatal shot, it's up to officer Jo Ann Miller to track down the players one by one.

Sun 5th March

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 5th March

Evening

Crimes That Shook Australia

Based on the successful series from the UK, this program will look at Australian crimes that shocked our nation. Ebony Jane Simpson was murdered in Bargo, New South Wales, on the 19th August, 1992. She was only nine years old. After an extensive search involving over 300 people, officers arrested a local man, Andrew Garforth and questioned him. It took less than 15 minutes for him to admit to abducting Ebony while she was walking home from school. Garforth even went to the extent of showing officers where he had left the body - throwing Ebony into a dam after sexually assaulting her. Andrew Peter Garforth pleaded guilty to the murder and was sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. He gave no motive for the senseless crime and has showed no remorse since Ebony's death. In this exclusive documentary, we hear from Ebony's mother, Christine. Of her panic and heartbreak as locals and officials desperately searched for her daughter. Christine went on to change many laws for victims of crime after her daughter's murder. We also here from one of the main detectives on the case and one of the officers who had the task of recovering Ebony's body.

Sun 5th March

Murder Made Me Famous

When the body of handsome, athletic 30-year-old businessman and motivational speaker Travis Alexander is found in the shower of his Mesa, Arizona home on June 9, 2008, he has been dead for five days. The murder is a particularly brutal one. The victim suffered 27 stab wounds, including one through the heart. The throat was slashed and there was a single gunshot wound to the face. It was a bloodbath rarely seen by investigators. Most shocking of all, this slaughter was carried out by a pretty, petit, 27-year-old woman. Someone you would never expect to be capable of such an act. Few crimes in recent memory have captured the media spotlight like the Jodi Arias case. It's tawdry elements of sexual obsession, violent jealously, nude videos and photographs taken of the murder by the killer would be nearly as shocking as the crime itself, igniting a media firestorm and propelling an unlikely young woman into infamy.

Sun 5th March

Serial Killer Sunday

Susan Rushworth, 43, disappeared on 22 June, 2009, followed by 31-year-old Shelley Armitage on 26 April, 2010, and 36-year-old Suzanne Blamires on 21 May of the same year. Stephen Shaun Griffiths, 40, was arrested on 24 May and subsequently charged with killing the three women. He appeared in the magistrates court giving his name as 'The Crossbow Cannibal'. Police had been watching Griffiths for two years before he killed his victims after he was observed reading books on dismemberment and had already seized hunting weapons.

Sun 5th March

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

After the death of Scientology's founder L Ron Hubbard, David Miscavige emerged as the leader of the Church of Scientology. Leah uncovers the story of Scientology before and after David Miscavige, as told by three former long-time Church members - including Miscavige's father.

Sun 5th March

Unusual Suspects

In 1985, when welder Danny Paquette is killed in his front yard by a long-distance rifle shot, there is no shortage of suspects. Lots of people hated Danny. But ultimately the solution falls much closer to home than anyone expected.

Sun 5th March

The First 48

In Dallas, a man is shot to death while trying to protect a friend outside a crowded nightclub. With little physical evidence to go on, Detective Robert Quirk must convince reluctant witnesses to tell him who pulled the trigger. In Detroit, a warm spring day turns deadly when a basketball game erupts in violence. To discover who fired the fatal shot, it's up to officer Jo Ann Miller to track down the players one by one.

Mon 6th March

Morning

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

After the death of Scientology's founder L Ron Hubbard, David Miscavige emerged as the leader of the Church of Scientology. Leah uncovers the story of Scientology before and after David Miscavige, as told by three former long-time Church members - including Miscavige's father.

Mon 6th March

Unusual Suspects

In 1985, when welder Danny Paquette is killed in his front yard by a long-distance rifle shot, there is no shortage of suspects. Lots of people hated Danny. But ultimately the solution falls much closer to home than anyone expected.

Mon 6th March

Murder Made Me Famous

When the body of handsome, athletic 30-year-old businessman and motivational speaker Travis Alexander is found in the shower of his Mesa, Arizona home on June 9, 2008, he has been dead for five days. The murder is a particularly brutal one. The victim suffered 27 stab wounds, including one through the heart. The throat was slashed and there was a single gunshot wound to the face. It was a bloodbath rarely seen by investigators. Most shocking of all, this slaughter was carried out by a pretty, petit, 27-year-old woman. Someone you would never expect to be capable of such an act. Few crimes in recent memory have captured the media spotlight like the Jodi Arias case. It's tawdry elements of sexual obsession, violent jealously, nude videos and photographs taken of the murder by the killer would be nearly as shocking as the crime itself, igniting a media firestorm and propelling an unlikely young woman into infamy.

Mon 6th March

Serial Killer Sunday

Susan Rushworth, 43, disappeared on 22 June, 2009, followed by 31-year-old Shelley Armitage on 26 April, 2010, and 36-year-old Suzanne Blamires on 21 May of the same year. Stephen Shaun Griffiths, 40, was arrested on 24 May and subsequently charged with killing the three women. He appeared in the magistrates court giving his name as 'The Crossbow Cannibal'. Police had been watching Griffiths for two years before he killed his victims after he was observed reading books on dismemberment and had already seized hunting weapons.

Mon 6th March

Crimes That Shook Australia

Based on the successful series from the UK, this program will look at Australian crimes that shocked our nation. Ebony Jane Simpson was murdered in Bargo, New South Wales, on the 19th August, 1992. She was only nine years old. After an extensive search involving over 300 people, officers arrested a local man, Andrew Garforth and questioned him. It took less than 15 minutes for him to admit to abducting Ebony while she was walking home from school. Garforth even went to the extent of showing officers where he had left the body - throwing Ebony into a dam after sexually assaulting her. Andrew Peter Garforth pleaded guilty to the murder and was sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. He gave no motive for the senseless crime and has showed no remorse since Ebony's death. In this exclusive documentary, we hear from Ebony's mother, Christine. Of her panic and heartbreak as locals and officials desperately searched for her daughter. Christine went on to change many laws for victims of crime after her daughter's murder. We also here from one of the main detectives on the case and one of the officers who had the task of recovering Ebony's body.

Mon 6th March

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

After the death of Scientology's founder L Ron Hubbard, David Miscavige emerged as the leader of the Church of Scientology. Leah uncovers the story of Scientology before and after David Miscavige, as told by three former long-time Church members - including Miscavige's father.

Mon 6th March

Unusual Suspects

In 1985, when welder Danny Paquette is killed in his front yard by a long-distance rifle shot, there is no shortage of suspects. Lots of people hated Danny. But ultimately the solution falls much closer to home than anyone expected.

Mon 6th March

Murder Made Me Famous

When the body of handsome, athletic 30-year-old businessman and motivational speaker Travis Alexander is found in the shower of his Mesa, Arizona home on June 9, 2008, he has been dead for five days. The murder is a particularly brutal one. The victim suffered 27 stab wounds, including one through the heart. The throat was slashed and there was a single gunshot wound to the face. It was a bloodbath rarely seen by investigators. Most shocking of all, this slaughter was carried out by a pretty, petit, 27-year-old woman. Someone you would never expect to be capable of such an act. Few crimes in recent memory have captured the media spotlight like the Jodi Arias case. It's tawdry elements of sexual obsession, violent jealously, nude videos and photographs taken of the murder by the killer would be nearly as shocking as the crime itself, igniting a media firestorm and propelling an unlikely young woman into infamy.

Mon 6th March

Serial Killer Sunday

Susan Rushworth, 43, disappeared on 22 June, 2009, followed by 31-year-old Shelley Armitage on 26 April, 2010, and 36-year-old Suzanne Blamires on 21 May of the same year. Stephen Shaun Griffiths, 40, was arrested on 24 May and subsequently charged with killing the three women. He appeared in the magistrates court giving his name as 'The Crossbow Cannibal'. Police had been watching Griffiths for two years before he killed his victims after he was observed reading books on dismemberment and had already seized hunting weapons.

Mon 6th March

Crimes That Shook Australia

Based on the successful series from the UK, this program will look at Australian crimes that shocked our nation. Ebony Jane Simpson was murdered in Bargo, New South Wales, on the 19th August, 1992. She was only nine years old. After an extensive search involving over 300 people, officers arrested a local man, Andrew Garforth and questioned him. It took less than 15 minutes for him to admit to abducting Ebony while she was walking home from school. Garforth even went to the extent of showing officers where he had left the body - throwing Ebony into a dam after sexually assaulting her. Andrew Peter Garforth pleaded guilty to the murder and was sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. He gave no motive for the senseless crime and has showed no remorse since Ebony's death. In this exclusive documentary, we hear from Ebony's mother, Christine. Of her panic and heartbreak as locals and officials desperately searched for her daughter. Christine went on to change many laws for victims of crime after her daughter's murder. We also here from one of the main detectives on the case and one of the officers who had the task of recovering Ebony's body.

Mon 6th March

Crime Files: The Homefront

An elderly woman leaves a decades-long trail of five dead husbands across five states, leading prosecutors to dub her, The Black Widow. And, she looks like the picture-perfect grandmother, but behind the scenes, Loretta Burroughs is a cold-blooded murderer who stabs and dismembers her husband and stores the remains in her bedroom closet.

Mon 6th March

The First 48

In Dallas, a man is shot to death while trying to protect a friend outside a crowded nightclub. With little physical evidence to go on, Detective Robert Quirk must convince reluctant witnesses to tell him who pulled the trigger. In Detroit, a warm spring day turns deadly when a basketball game erupts in violence. To discover who fired the fatal shot, it's up to officer Jo Ann Miller to track down the players one by one.

Mon 6th March

Noon

It Takes A Killer

After years of abuse, a high school valedictorian snaps, viciously stabbing his mother and leaving her for dead in the family's garage. Leaving behind zero forensic evidence at the crime scene, he almost gets away with her savage murder, except for a couple small inconsistencies in his alibi that reveal the truth.

Mon 6th March

Murder Made Me Famous

When the body of handsome, athletic 30-year-old businessman and motivational speaker Travis Alexander is found in the shower of his Mesa, Arizona home on June 9, 2008, he has been dead for five days. The murder is a particularly brutal one. The victim suffered 27 stab wounds, including one through the heart. The throat was slashed and there was a single gunshot wound to the face. It was a bloodbath rarely seen by investigators. Most shocking of all, this slaughter was carried out by a pretty, petit, 27-year-old woman. Someone you would never expect to be capable of such an act. Few crimes in recent memory have captured the media spotlight like the Jodi Arias case. It's tawdry elements of sexual obsession, violent jealously, nude videos and photographs taken of the murder by the killer would be nearly as shocking as the crime itself, igniting a media firestorm and propelling an unlikely young woman into infamy.

Mon 6th March

Serial Killer Sunday

Susan Rushworth, 43, disappeared on 22 June, 2009, followed by 31-year-old Shelley Armitage on 26 April, 2010, and 36-year-old Suzanne Blamires on 21 May of the same year. Stephen Shaun Griffiths, 40, was arrested on 24 May and subsequently charged with killing the three women. He appeared in the magistrates court giving his name as 'The Crossbow Cannibal'. Police had been watching Griffiths for two years before he killed his victims after he was observed reading books on dismemberment and had already seized hunting weapons.

Mon 6th March

Crimes That Shook Australia

Based on the successful series from the UK, this program will look at Australian crimes that shocked our nation. Ebony Jane Simpson was murdered in Bargo, New South Wales, on the 19th August, 1992. She was only nine years old. After an extensive search involving over 300 people, officers arrested a local man, Andrew Garforth and questioned him. It took less than 15 minutes for him to admit to abducting Ebony while she was walking home from school. Garforth even went to the extent of showing officers where he had left the body - throwing Ebony into a dam after sexually assaulting her. Andrew Peter Garforth pleaded guilty to the murder and was sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. He gave no motive for the senseless crime and has showed no remorse since Ebony's death. In this exclusive documentary, we hear from Ebony's mother, Christine. Of her panic and heartbreak as locals and officials desperately searched for her daughter. Christine went on to change many laws for victims of crime after her daughter's murder. We also here from one of the main detectives on the case and one of the officers who had the task of recovering Ebony's body.

Mon 6th March

Unusual Suspects

In 1985, when welder Danny Paquette is killed in his front yard by a long-distance rifle shot, there is no shortage of suspects. Lots of people hated Danny. But ultimately the solution falls much closer to home than anyone expected.

Mon 6th March

Sins and Secrets

Tampa, Florida: a gulf-coast metropolis with an electric nightlife. But the party came to a halt when bartender Sandee Rozzo was gunned down in her garage. During their investigation, police learned Sandee had recently filed assault charges against personal trainer Tracey Humphrey. Police asked one of Tracey's clients to wear a wire and discovered his wife Ashley had really pulled the trigger. Ashley refused to admit Tracey put her up to the crime until police informed her that Tracey had been carrying on a homosexual affair with her hairdresser. Ashley turned on Tracey, and he was convicted for murder.

Mon 6th March

Crime Stories

They believed and practised the boy scout oath and carried out their promise to obey without question. These were the boys of troop 103. But when one eagle scout, Heath Stocks, brutally murdered his parents and sister, dirty secrets began to unravel that would be as horrific as the murders themselves. What emerged was a secret world of sex, lies and deception, and the leader of it all, was scout master Jack Walls, Lonokes man of the year. When one young boy blew the whistle on him, no one could believe it and so an investigation was swept under the rug. It took years for the truth to come out that Walls had been sexually molesting his scouts for years. Walls reeled them into his world, convincing them that he was the only person they could love and trust, and ultimately turning them against their families. Heath Stocks was one of those boys and in fact Heath was his favourite. It took the murder of Heath's family for the real story to come out. Walls is serving a life sentence plus 40 years without parole. Heath Stocks is serving three life sentences without parole.

Mon 6th March

Evening

Cops

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

Mon 6th March

Cops

The Nye County Sheriff's Office in Pahrump, Nevada is forced to lay down spikes in the road to detain a suspicious vehicle failing to yield at first siren, while officers of the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office in Tampa, Florida call for backup units to help break up a fight between neighbours involving aggravated battery and gunfire.

Mon 6th March

Deadly Women

Money is the driving force behind many crimes, especially murder. These women would stop at nothing to get their hands on the cash they needed. From husbands to strangers to other people's babies - they spilt Blood for Money.

Mon 6th March

Snapped: Killer Couples

Fifteen-year-old Jennifer Mee was living a quiet life with her parents in Florida when she became famous overnight. But Jennifer's instant notoriety was for something most people would rather avoid, she began suffering from chronic hiccups. By the time Jennifer's case earned national attention, she'd been fighting a three week battle of constant and unending hiccups. No one was sure what caused them. And no remedy, from hypnotherapy to drug treatments, had been able to cure her. Eventually, the hiccups stopped after three months. But even though she'd been cured, Jennifer's life had been changed forever. At school, she was teased and called 'the hiccup girl.' Jennifer hated the name and dealt with it by dropping out of school and becoming a recluse. Her only outlet for human interaction became the Internet. And it was in an online chat-room where Jennifer finally met the one person who made her feel good about herself; 20-year-old Lamont Newton.

Mon 6th March

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, when an Atlanta father of two is gunned down with an AK-47, rookie detective Scott Berhalter must sift through lies and alibis to get his killers off the street.

Mon 6th March

Cold Blood

August 7, 1993: In the working class community of Spring Hill, Florida, a series of violent crimes against seniors sparks a massive investigation. At first, the home of an 80-year-old widow goes up in flames. Ten days later, an assailant seriously beats an elderly couple and sets fire to their living room. Another fire leaves a 72-year-old woman dead in her mobile home. And days later, a 79-year-old woman is brutally raped before her mobile home is torched. With all signs pointing to a serial killer with a taste for elderly women and fire, local and state police join forces with the FBI. And although there are several suspects, investigators find little evidence among the ashes to build a case. That is, until the killer strikes again. Can investigators connect the dots and track down the culprit?

Mon 6th March

Deadly Women

Money is the driving force behind many crimes, especially murder. These women would stop at nothing to get their hands on the cash they needed. From husbands to strangers to other people's babies - they spilt Blood for Money.

Tue 7th March

Morning

Snapped: Killer Couples

Fifteen-year-old Jennifer Mee was living a quiet life with her parents in Florida when she became famous overnight. But Jennifer's instant notoriety was for something most people would rather avoid, she began suffering from chronic hiccups. By the time Jennifer's case earned national attention, she'd been fighting a three week battle of constant and unending hiccups. No one was sure what caused them. And no remedy, from hypnotherapy to drug treatments, had been able to cure her. Eventually, the hiccups stopped after three months. But even though she'd been cured, Jennifer's life had been changed forever. At school, she was teased and called 'the hiccup girl.' Jennifer hated the name and dealt with it by dropping out of school and becoming a recluse. Her only outlet for human interaction became the Internet. And it was in an online chat-room where Jennifer finally met the one person who made her feel good about herself; 20-year-old Lamont Newton.

Tue 7th March

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, when an Atlanta father of two is gunned down with an AK-47, rookie detective Scott Berhalter must sift through lies and alibis to get his killers off the street.

Tue 7th March

Forensic Files

A young woman disappeared after working the late shift in a department store. Days later, her body was found in an isolated ravine. Tiny clues told police a great deal about the killer. He would own olive-coloured carpeting, a white blanket, and distinctive bullets made from wax, not lead.

Tue 7th March

Suburban Secrets

West Monroe, Louisiana must be one of the most scenic notches on the nation's Bible Belt. Nicknamed Sportsman's Paradise, the region's plentiful lakes and forests are truly a heaven on Earth for the enthusiastic outdoorsman. At nearby Louisiana Tech University, a gifted young English professor named Stephanie Pepper Simms is rising through the ranks. But when Simms suddenly vanishes and rumours of a serial killer roll over the hills like a dense winter fog, even the loveliest landscapes will menace with terrible secrets.

Tue 7th March

Cold Blood

August 7, 1993: In the working class community of Spring Hill, Florida, a series of violent crimes against seniors sparks a massive investigation. At first, the home of an 80-year-old widow goes up in flames. Ten days later, an assailant seriously beats an elderly couple and sets fire to their living room. Another fire leaves a 72-year-old woman dead in her mobile home. And days later, a 79-year-old woman is brutally raped before her mobile home is torched. With all signs pointing to a serial killer with a taste for elderly women and fire, local and state police join forces with the FBI. And although there are several suspects, investigators find little evidence among the ashes to build a case. That is, until the killer strikes again. Can investigators connect the dots and track down the culprit?

Tue 7th March

North Mission Road

A doctor calls paramedics to report a patient's unexpected death. An autopsy reveals no sign of foul play. The body is quickly cremated. Will the investigators at NMR be able to figure out how and why the man died?

Tue 7th March

Cops Uncut

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

Tue 7th March

Cops

The Nye County Sheriff's Office in Pahrump, Nevada is forced to lay down spikes in the road to detain a suspicious vehicle failing to yield at first siren, while officers of the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office in Tampa, Florida call for backup units to help break up a fight between neighbours involving aggravated battery and gunfire.

Tue 7th March

Crime Stories

They believed and practised the boy scout oath and carried out their promise to obey without question. These were the boys of troop 103. But when one eagle scout, Heath Stocks, brutally murdered his parents and sister, dirty secrets began to unravel that would be as horrific as the murders themselves. What emerged was a secret world of sex, lies and deception, and the leader of it all, was scout master Jack Walls, Lonokes man of the year. When one young boy blew the whistle on him, no one could believe it and so an investigation was swept under the rug. It took years for the truth to come out that Walls had been sexually molesting his scouts for years. Walls reeled them into his world, convincing them that he was the only person they could love and trust, and ultimately turning them against their families. Heath Stocks was one of those boys and in fact Heath was his favourite. It took the murder of Heath's family for the real story to come out. Walls is serving a life sentence plus 40 years without parole. Heath Stocks is serving three life sentences without parole.

Tue 7th March

Suburban Secrets

West Monroe, Louisiana must be one of the most scenic notches on the nation's Bible Belt. Nicknamed Sportsman's Paradise, the region's plentiful lakes and forests are truly a heaven on Earth for the enthusiastic outdoorsman. At nearby Louisiana Tech University, a gifted young English professor named Stephanie Pepper Simms is rising through the ranks. But when Simms suddenly vanishes and rumours of a serial killer roll over the hills like a dense winter fog, even the loveliest landscapes will menace with terrible secrets.

Tue 7th March

Deadly Women

Money is the driving force behind many crimes, especially murder. These women would stop at nothing to get their hands on the cash they needed. From husbands to strangers to other people's babies - they spilt Blood for Money.

Tue 7th March

Snapped

Chyann Fine was young and pretty when she met Billy Dean Bratcher. Within months, Chyann became pregnant. The two were married before the baby girl's birth in 1990. While Billy worked hard to support his family, Chyann stayed home with their baby. The family seemed happy but Billy and Chyann's mother, Brenda, did not get along. Soon, Chyann began acting out towards Billy. He contemplated divorce, but his mother urged him to work things out. Chyann suggested a fishing trip to work on their relationship and Brenda and Chyann's brother, Tommy, also went along. Around midnight, Tommy and Billy went out on the lake. When Tommy returned to shore, Billy was nowhere to be found. Tommy told his sister and mother that an inebriated Billy had fallen out of the boat. Brenda called 911 and the authorities arrived and began a search. When Billy's mother was notified that he was missing, she suspected murder. Ten days later, a search party located Billy's body. An autopsy revealed that Billy's blood alcohol content was point 19. The FBI determined the drowning was accidental and closed the case. But Billy's family was persistent in urging the FBI to take another look at the case, eventually hiring a lawyer to keep Chyann from collecting the insurance money. The lawyer began talking with Tommy's wife, urging her to convince Tommy to admit the truth about Billy's death. Finally, Tommy turned himself into the FBI. He confessed that he had gunned the motor on the boat as Billy stood up to urinate, causing him to fall into the water. He told the FBI that Brenda and Chyann promised him $25,000 if he caused Billy's death. When they went to trial, Tommy testified against Brenda and Chyann, revealing that Brenda had been involved in previous insurance frauds. The jury found Chyann and Brenda guilty of conspiracy to murder. Tommy was sentenced to 30 years in federal prison. Chyann and Brenda were sentenced to life in federal prison without parole.

Tue 7th March

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, when an Atlanta father of two is gunned down with an AK-47, rookie detective Scott Berhalter must sift through lies and alibis to get his killers off the street.

Tue 7th March

Sins and Secrets

Tampa, Florida: a gulf-coast metropolis with an electric nightlife. But the party came to a halt when bartender Sandee Rozzo was gunned down in her garage. During their investigation, police learned Sandee had recently filed assault charges against personal trainer Tracey Humphrey. Police asked one of Tracey's clients to wear a wire and discovered his wife Ashley had really pulled the trigger. Ashley refused to admit Tracey put her up to the crime until police informed her that Tracey had been carrying on a homosexual affair with her hairdresser. Ashley turned on Tracey, and he was convicted for murder.

Tue 7th March

Crime Stories

They believed and practised the boy scout oath and carried out their promise to obey without question. These were the boys of troop 103. But when one eagle scout, Heath Stocks, brutally murdered his parents and sister, dirty secrets began to unravel that would be as horrific as the murders themselves. What emerged was a secret world of sex, lies and deception, and the leader of it all, was scout master Jack Walls, Lonokes man of the year. When one young boy blew the whistle on him, no one could believe it and so an investigation was swept under the rug. It took years for the truth to come out that Walls had been sexually molesting his scouts for years. Walls reeled them into his world, convincing them that he was the only person they could love and trust, and ultimately turning them against their families. Heath Stocks was one of those boys and in fact Heath was his favourite. It took the murder of Heath's family for the real story to come out. Walls is serving a life sentence plus 40 years without parole. Heath Stocks is serving three life sentences without parole.

Tue 7th March

Noon

Deadly Women

Money is the driving force behind many crimes, especially murder. These women would stop at nothing to get their hands on the cash they needed. From husbands to strangers to other people's babies - they spilt Blood for Money.

Tue 7th March

Snapped: Killer Couples

Fifteen-year-old Jennifer Mee was living a quiet life with her parents in Florida when she became famous overnight. But Jennifer's instant notoriety was for something most people would rather avoid, she began suffering from chronic hiccups. By the time Jennifer's case earned national attention, she'd been fighting a three week battle of constant and unending hiccups. No one was sure what caused them. And no remedy, from hypnotherapy to drug treatments, had been able to cure her. Eventually, the hiccups stopped after three months. But even though she'd been cured, Jennifer's life had been changed forever. At school, she was teased and called 'the hiccup girl.' Jennifer hated the name and dealt with it by dropping out of school and becoming a recluse. Her only outlet for human interaction became the Internet. And it was in an online chat-room where Jennifer finally met the one person who made her feel good about herself; 20-year-old Lamont Newton.

Tue 7th March

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, when an Atlanta father of two is gunned down with an AK-47, rookie detective Scott Berhalter must sift through lies and alibis to get his killers off the street.

Tue 7th March

Cold Blood

August 7, 1993: In the working class community of Spring Hill, Florida, a series of violent crimes against seniors sparks a massive investigation. At first, the home of an 80-year-old widow goes up in flames. Ten days later, an assailant seriously beats an elderly couple and sets fire to their living room. Another fire leaves a 72-year-old woman dead in her mobile home. And days later, a 79-year-old woman is brutally raped before her mobile home is torched. With all signs pointing to a serial killer with a taste for elderly women and fire, local and state police join forces with the FBI. And although there are several suspects, investigators find little evidence among the ashes to build a case. That is, until the killer strikes again. Can investigators connect the dots and track down the culprit?

Tue 7th March

Sins and Secrets

Cleveland: A fallen industrial mecca in the midst of a rockin' revival. But in 2005, the city's comeback would be derailed by a dark and sinister mystery - local resident Rose Marie Essa had suddenly died after a seemingly minor fender bender. Doctors and police were perplexed - the 38-year-old didn't have a scratch on her. According to her physician husband, Dr Yazeed Essa, Rose Marie had been the image of health. An initial autopsy failed to uncover the cause of her death. But an investigation soon uncovered some troubling truths about the Essas' marriage, and evidence that suggested Rosie's death was no accident.

Tue 7th March

Crime Stories

John Orr was a fire department captain, but as it turned out one of the most prolific arsonists of recent times. This is the strange story of his deeds and his capture. Now in prison for arson and murder, we will also hear his side of the story.

Tue 7th March

Evening

Cops

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

Tue 7th March

Cops

The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office in Florida engages in an undercover operation to cease the illegal selling of pills at pain-management clinics. The Amarillo Police Department in Texas responds to a call regarding a major traffic accident between a motorcycle and a vehicle where the driver flees the scene.

Tue 7th March

Crime Investigation Australia

In 1981, the headless and fingerless body of 19-year-old Kim Narelle Barry was found dumped in the bush at a mountain lookout near Wollongong, south of Sydney. Kim's head and fingers were later found in bushland some distance from the lookout and damage to the skull showed she had been bludgeoned to death. Then, by chance, detectives discovered that on the night she died Kim had been in the company of a local miner, 24-year-old Graham Potter, who had then suddenly disappeared. A national manhunt led to his eventual surrender. Potter was convicted of Kim Barry's murder and sentenced to life imprisonment. No motive was ever established for the killing and Potter, who was released in 1996 after serving 15 years, still declares he is innocent.

Tue 7th March

Snapped

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

Tue 7th March

Vanity Fair Confidential

One young woman lives in constant, debilitating fear; another will never forget how she faced her own death. And more than one thousand others live with similar terrors that haunt them. They are all members of the American Air Force, and victims of a covert war against women. These American soldiers are determined to take public one of the country's best-kept military secrets, no matter the consequences. How far will they go to stop the bloodshed?

Tue 7th March

Cold Blood

When the nude body of a young woman is found in an abandoned orchard, all of Grand Rapids, Michigan, is on edge. After all, this is Middle America and murders like this don't happen here. Even worse, the teenage girl was strangled. It takes a few days for police to identify her as 15-year-old Deanna Gillean, a popular and promising high school student from a rundown part of town. The police quickly hone in on her father, Sam Gillean a man with a serious drinking problem. After all, he and Deanna fought the night she disappeared, and he failed to report her missing for two days. Her brother and his rowdy friends, and a local sex offender are also on the list of suspects. But with almost no evidence and leads that go nowhere, the mystery lies dormant for almost a decade. That is, until a grand jury dusts off the case and discovers the truth had been there all along.

Tue 7th March

The Staircase

Elisabeth Ratliff's new autopsy concludes that she was murdered. Michael Peterson cries out that it's a conspiracy, pointing to the fact that he had even adopted Elisabeth's two girls, who were orphaned. He is now accused of murdering their biological mother and also the mother who raised them. David Rudolf wants to exclude the "German case" from the trial. A private hearing is organised for the judge to hand down a decision concerning this point. But against all expectations the judge refuses to rule before the trial opens. Finally, the trial opens with a coup de theatre: the prosecution presents an iron poker, supposedly the exact replica of the murder weapon. "The Staircase" is a gripping documentary about the search for truth and justice, and an affecting portrait of a family under siege. In the middle of the night of December 9th, 2001, Michael Peterson calls Durham police to tell them he's just found his wife unconscious at the bottom of the stairs. He tells them she's hardly breathing and that she must have fallen. But when the police discover the pool of blood around the victim's body and the lacerations on her skull, they immediately conclude that a crime has been committed. And Michael Peterson is the main suspect. A week later he is charged with his wife's murder and hires one of the best lawyers in North Carolina to defend him. Despite all appearances directly pointing to his guilt, his children wholeheartedly defend him and the family close ranks as Michael Peterson vehemently claims his innocence. Academy Award-winning documentary director Jean-Xavier de Lestrade takes you behind the scenes of this astonishing investigation; into the strategy meetings, the family feuds and the courtroom itself with unprecedented access. The twists and turns of this real-life case better anything in the world of fiction, with one revelation after another challenging Michael Peterson and his defence counsel into proving his innocence.

Wed 8th March

Morning

Snapped

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

Wed 8th March

Vanity Fair Confidential

One young woman lives in constant, debilitating fear; another will never forget how she faced her own death. And more than one thousand others live with similar terrors that haunt them. They are all members of the American Air Force, and victims of a covert war against women. These American soldiers are determined to take public one of the country's best-kept military secrets, no matter the consequences. How far will they go to stop the bloodshed?

Wed 8th March

Forensic Files

When a house burned to the ground and a woman's charred remains were found in the rubble, investigators had to determine if it was an unfortunate accident, or arson and murder. Microscopic clues on a piece of pipe would give them the answers they needed.

Wed 8th March

Suburban Secrets

You can still get a taste of the old country in Mount Morris, Michigan, where folks work hard and enjoy the simple pleasures of life between the coasts. But life takes a turn when beloved local businessman, Bruce Miller's late night at the office ends with a blast from a shotgun. And when a lawyer from Missouri comes forward with a mysterious briefcase, Mount Morris finds itself in the middle of a very modern murder mystery.

Wed 8th March

Cold Blood

When the nude body of a young woman is found in an abandoned orchard, all of Grand Rapids, Michigan, is on edge. After all, this is Middle America and murders like this don't happen here. Even worse, the teenage girl was strangled. It takes a few days for police to identify her as 15-year-old Deanna Gillean, a popular and promising high school student from a rundown part of town. The police quickly hone in on her father, Sam Gillean a man with a serious drinking problem. After all, he and Deanna fought the night she disappeared, and he failed to report her missing for two days. Her brother and his rowdy friends, and a local sex offender are also on the list of suspects. But with almost no evidence and leads that go nowhere, the mystery lies dormant for almost a decade. That is, until a grand jury dusts off the case and discovers the truth had been there all along.

Wed 8th March

North Mission Road

A 21-year-old co-ed was found dead in her apartment almost 30 years ago. The police had a suspect, but not enough evidence to bring him to trial. Would new, DNA technology crack the case? It would be up to the experts at NMR to answer that question.

Wed 8th March

Cops Uncut

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

Wed 8th March

Cops

The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office in Florida engages in an undercover operation to cease the illegal selling of pills at pain-management clinics. The Amarillo Police Department in Texas responds to a call regarding a major traffic accident between a motorcycle and a vehicle where the driver flees the scene.

Wed 8th March

Crime Stories

John Orr was a fire department captain, but as it turned out one of the most prolific arsonists of recent times. This is the strange story of his deeds and his capture. Now in prison for arson and murder, we will also hear his side of the story.

Wed 8th March

Suburban Secrets

You can still get a taste of the old country in Mount Morris, Michigan, where folks work hard and enjoy the simple pleasures of life between the coasts. But life takes a turn when beloved local businessman, Bruce Miller's late night at the office ends with a blast from a shotgun. And when a lawyer from Missouri comes forward with a mysterious briefcase, Mount Morris finds itself in the middle of a very modern murder mystery.

Wed 8th March

Crime Investigation Australia

In 1981, the headless and fingerless body of 19-year-old Kim Narelle Barry was found dumped in the bush at a mountain lookout near Wollongong, south of Sydney. Kim's head and fingers were later found in bushland some distance from the lookout and damage to the skull showed she had been bludgeoned to death. Then, by chance, detectives discovered that on the night she died Kim had been in the company of a local miner, 24-year-old Graham Potter, who had then suddenly disappeared. A national manhunt led to his eventual surrender. Potter was convicted of Kim Barry's murder and sentenced to life imprisonment. No motive was ever established for the killing and Potter, who was released in 1996 after serving 15 years, still declares he is innocent.

Wed 8th March

The Staircase

Elisabeth Ratliff's new autopsy concludes that she was murdered. Michael Peterson cries out that it's a conspiracy, pointing to the fact that he had even adopted Elisabeth's two girls, who were orphaned. He is now accused of murdering their biological mother and also the mother who raised them. David Rudolf wants to exclude the "German case" from the trial. A private hearing is organised for the judge to hand down a decision concerning this point. But against all expectations the judge refuses to rule before the trial opens. Finally, the trial opens with a coup de theatre: the prosecution presents an iron poker, supposedly the exact replica of the murder weapon. "The Staircase" is a gripping documentary about the search for truth and justice, and an affecting portrait of a family under siege. In the middle of the night of December 9th, 2001, Michael Peterson calls Durham police to tell them he's just found his wife unconscious at the bottom of the stairs. He tells them she's hardly breathing and that she must have fallen. But when the police discover the pool of blood around the victim's body and the lacerations on her skull, they immediately conclude that a crime has been committed. And Michael Peterson is the main suspect. A week later he is charged with his wife's murder and hires one of the best lawyers in North Carolina to defend him. Despite all appearances directly pointing to his guilt, his children wholeheartedly defend him and the family close ranks as Michael Peterson vehemently claims his innocence. Academy Award-winning documentary director Jean-Xavier de Lestrade takes you behind the scenes of this astonishing investigation; into the strategy meetings, the family feuds and the courtroom itself with unprecedented access. The twists and turns of this real-life case better anything in the world of fiction, with one revelation after another challenging Michael Peterson and his defence counsel into proving his innocence.

Wed 8th March

Vanity Fair Confidential

One young woman lives in constant, debilitating fear; another will never forget how she faced her own death. And more than one thousand others live with similar terrors that haunt them. They are all members of the American Air Force, and victims of a covert war against women. These American soldiers are determined to take public one of the country's best-kept military secrets, no matter the consequences. How far will they go to stop the bloodshed?

Wed 8th March

Sins and Secrets

Cleveland: A fallen industrial mecca in the midst of a rockin' revival. But in 2005, the city's comeback would be derailed by a dark and sinister mystery - local resident Rose Marie Essa had suddenly died after a seemingly minor fender bender. Doctors and police were perplexed - the 38-year-old didn't have a scratch on her. According to her physician husband, Dr Yazeed Essa, Rose Marie had been the image of health. An initial autopsy failed to uncover the cause of her death. But an investigation soon uncovered some troubling truths about the Essas' marriage, and evidence that suggested Rosie's death was no accident.

Wed 8th March

Crime Stories

John Orr was a fire department captain, but as it turned out one of the most prolific arsonists of recent times. This is the strange story of his deeds and his capture. Now in prison for arson and murder, we will also hear his side of the story.

Wed 8th March

Noon

Crime Investigation Australia

In 1981, the headless and fingerless body of 19-year-old Kim Narelle Barry was found dumped in the bush at a mountain lookout near Wollongong, south of Sydney. Kim's head and fingers were later found in bushland some distance from the lookout and damage to the skull showed she had been bludgeoned to death. Then, by chance, detectives discovered that on the night she died Kim had been in the company of a local miner, 24-year-old Graham Potter, who had then suddenly disappeared. A national manhunt led to his eventual surrender. Potter was convicted of Kim Barry's murder and sentenced to life imprisonment. No motive was ever established for the killing and Potter, who was released in 1996 after serving 15 years, still declares he is innocent.

Wed 8th March

Snapped

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

Wed 8th March

Vanity Fair Confidential

One young woman lives in constant, debilitating fear; another will never forget how she faced her own death. And more than one thousand others live with similar terrors that haunt them. They are all members of the American Air Force, and victims of a covert war against women. These American soldiers are determined to take public one of the country's best-kept military secrets, no matter the consequences. How far will they go to stop the bloodshed?

Wed 8th March

Cold Blood

When the nude body of a young woman is found in an abandoned orchard, all of Grand Rapids, Michigan, is on edge. After all, this is Middle America and murders like this don't happen here. Even worse, the teenage girl was strangled. It takes a few days for police to identify her as 15-year-old Deanna Gillean, a popular and promising high school student from a rundown part of town. The police quickly hone in on her father, Sam Gillean a man with a serious drinking problem. After all, he and Deanna fought the night she disappeared, and he failed to report her missing for two days. Her brother and his rowdy friends, and a local sex offender are also on the list of suspects. But with almost no evidence and leads that go nowhere, the mystery lies dormant for almost a decade. That is, until a grand jury dusts off the case and discovers the truth had been there all along.

Wed 8th March

Sins and Secrets

On Memorial Day 2002, two couples - Martha Crutchley and Joshua Ford, and Erika and BJ Sifrit - joined the hordes, kicking off their summer in the popular beach town of Ocean City, Maryland. But their carefree vacations were about to go horribly wrong. The Sifrits would end theirs in the back of a squad car, charged with armed robbery. Police would find Martha and Joshua's dismembered bodies buried at a local landfill. When the intersection between the two seemingly unrelated crimes - and couples - emerged, it revealed a story of a chance encounter that led to a grisly murder.

Wed 8th March

Crime Stories

As part of an elaborate scheme to fake his death, Joseph Prewitt, a maths teacher, murdered his old friend Charles Bryant and used Bryant's body as a decoy. Prewitt's wife and two small children held a funeral and buried the body in their hometown of Stinking Creek, Tennessee. Then a series of bizarre clues led police to begin an investigation.

Wed 8th March

Evening

Cops

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

Wed 8th March

Cops

The Pierce County Sheriff's Department in Washington responds to a call about a belligerent tow-truck operator. Members of the Amarillo Police Department in Texas respond to a call with location information about a subject with a probation violation warrant, who is subsequently arrested for narcotics possession. Officers with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department respond to a call for backup on a not-so-routine traffic violation.

Wed 8th March

Crimes That Shook Australia

The crimes committed by Robert Farquharson are etched in the minds of Australians since 2005. Only in August 2013, was the latest appeal for freedom rejected, bringing to an end the family's ordeal. Ferquharson drove his car into a dam off the Princes Highway near Winchelsea on Father's day, Killing his three sons, Jai, ten, Tyler, seven and Bailey, two. Originally he had claimed that he had blacked out during a coughing fit, only to be found guilty of murder after a long and highly publicised trial.

Wed 8th March

The Killing Season

In the wake of Shannan Gilbert's funeral, family lawyer John Ray presents Josh and Rachel with confidential testimony that implicates a local doctor and Oak Beach resident in the death of the young escort. Yet, critical questions remain unanswered, is Shannan's death connected to the four escorts discovered at Gilgo Beach? In order to find out, Josh and Rachel return to the secluded Oak Beach community where one family despite threats from several residents is willing to speak out. The family's integrity however is questioned when blog posts surface that shine a different light on the case. A response to the ad, posted by the team, prompts Josh and Rachel to investigate a nursery owner who's death cast a sinister shadow over the Gilgo case. Meanwhile, rumours surface that the murders at Gilgo Beach are linked to a serial murder case in Atlantic City, which took place less than five years prior and offers eerie similarities. Upon further investigation, Josh and Rachel learn one of the Atlantic City victims had visited Long Island shortly before her murder and was also friends with one of the murdered Long Island escorts. They decide to pay a visit to the City of Sin.

Wed 8th March

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

Aaron Smith-Levin and his twin brother Collin were prodigies at Scientology's spiritual counseling practice known as auditing. But their paths diverged after Collin was dismissed from the program, leading to the painful tragedy Aaron shares with Leah.

Wed 8th March

Cold Blood

When a pretty and popular Brooklyn college student disappears after a night out in Manhattan, her wealthy father files a missing persons report. Police are convinced she's been abducted. And tragically, just two days later, her charred remains are discovered in the basement of an abandoned home in Queens. With little forensic evidence, investigators begin piecing together a case. And when they learn the victim, a 20-year-old named Kim Antonakos liked to hang out with gangster-types, they assemble a list of possible culprits, including an ex-boyfriend nicknamed Psycho. They suspect it was a crime of passion. That is, until they receive an anonymous tip about a kidnapping attempt gone wrong.

Wed 8th March

Crimes That Shook Australia

The crimes committed by Robert Farquharson are etched in the minds of Australians since 2005. Only in August 2013, was the latest appeal for freedom rejected, bringing to an end the family's ordeal. Ferquharson drove his car into a dam off the Princes Highway near Winchelsea on Father's day, Killing his three sons, Jai, ten, Tyler, seven and Bailey, two. Originally he had claimed that he had blacked out during a coughing fit, only to be found guilty of murder after a long and highly publicised trial.

Thu 9th March

Morning

The Killing Season

In the wake of Shannan Gilbert's funeral, family lawyer John Ray presents Josh and Rachel with confidential testimony that implicates a local doctor and Oak Beach resident in the death of the young escort. Yet, critical questions remain unanswered, is Shannan's death connected to the four escorts discovered at Gilgo Beach? In order to find out, Josh and Rachel return to the secluded Oak Beach community where one family despite threats from several residents is willing to speak out. The family's integrity however is questioned when blog posts surface that shine a different light on the case. A response to the ad, posted by the team, prompts Josh and Rachel to investigate a nursery owner who's death cast a sinister shadow over the Gilgo case. Meanwhile, rumours surface that the murders at Gilgo Beach are linked to a serial murder case in Atlantic City, which took place less than five years prior and offers eerie similarities. Upon further investigation, Josh and Rachel learn one of the Atlantic City victims had visited Long Island shortly before her murder and was also friends with one of the murdered Long Island escorts. They decide to pay a visit to the City of Sin.

Thu 9th March

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

Aaron Smith-Levin and his twin brother Collin were prodigies at Scientology's spiritual counseling practice known as auditing. But their paths diverged after Collin was dismissed from the program, leading to the painful tragedy Aaron shares with Leah.

Thu 9th March

Forensic Files

A millionaire and his family were executed in their own home. For three years, the murders went unsolved and then a 30-year-old box of ammunition and some fluorescent fibers revealed the ultimate betrayal.

Thu 9th March

Suburban Secrets

If you take a little spice and add a lot of colour, you'll find yourself in the Cajun heartland of Clinton, Louisiana - a town small in size but big on flavour! It's a town so tiny that the sheriff's office doubles as the county jail, and today it's abuzz with the arrival of Talmadge Bunch, the brand new sheriff. He's been on the job exactly one day when word comes in that beloved resident Genore Guillory has been found in her home brutally murdered. With a killer on the loose and no leads to speak of, will fear take over this town and Bunch's first murder go unsolved?

Thu 9th March

Cold Blood

When a pretty and popular Brooklyn college student disappears after a night out in Manhattan, her wealthy father files a missing persons report. Police are convinced she's been abducted. And tragically, just two days later, her charred remains are discovered in the basement of an abandoned home in Queens. With little forensic evidence, investigators begin piecing together a case. And when they learn the victim, a 20-year-old named Kim Antonakos liked to hang out with gangster-types, they assemble a list of possible culprits, including an ex-boyfriend nicknamed Psycho. They suspect it was a crime of passion. That is, until they receive an anonymous tip about a kidnapping attempt gone wrong.

Thu 9th March

North Mission Road

A suspicious fire near downtown Los Angeles leaves two men dead. But who were they and did the fire kill them? Investigators at North Mission Road discover an unusual tattoo on one of the victim's bodies. Will it help them solve the mystery?

Thu 9th March

Cops Uncut

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

Thu 9th March

Cops

The Pierce County Sheriff's Department in Washington responds to a call about a belligerent tow-truck operator. Members of the Amarillo Police Department in Texas respond to a call with location information about a subject with a probation violation warrant, who is subsequently arrested for narcotics possession. Officers with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department respond to a call for backup on a not-so-routine traffic violation.

Thu 9th March

Crime Stories

As part of an elaborate scheme to fake his death, Joseph Prewitt, a maths teacher, murdered his old friend Charles Bryant and used Bryant's body as a decoy. Prewitt's wife and two small children held a funeral and buried the body in their hometown of Stinking Creek, Tennessee. Then a series of bizarre clues led police to begin an investigation.

Thu 9th March

Suburban Secrets

If you take a little spice and add a lot of colour, you'll find yourself in the Cajun heartland of Clinton, Louisiana - a town small in size but big on flavour! It's a town so tiny that the sheriff's office doubles as the county jail, and today it's abuzz with the arrival of Talmadge Bunch, the brand new sheriff. He's been on the job exactly one day when word comes in that beloved resident Genore Guillory has been found in her home brutally murdered. With a killer on the loose and no leads to speak of, will fear take over this town and Bunch's first murder go unsolved?

Thu 9th March

Crimes That Shook Australia

The crimes committed by Robert Farquharson are etched in the minds of Australians since 2005. Only in August 2013, was the latest appeal for freedom rejected, bringing to an end the family's ordeal. Ferquharson drove his car into a dam off the Princes Highway near Winchelsea on Father's day, Killing his three sons, Jai, ten, Tyler, seven and Bailey, two. Originally he had claimed that he had blacked out during a coughing fit, only to be found guilty of murder after a long and highly publicised trial.

Thu 9th March

The Killing Season

In the wake of Shannan Gilbert's funeral, family lawyer John Ray presents Josh and Rachel with confidential testimony that implicates a local doctor and Oak Beach resident in the death of the young escort. Yet, critical questions remain unanswered, is Shannan's death connected to the four escorts discovered at Gilgo Beach? In order to find out, Josh and Rachel return to the secluded Oak Beach community where one family despite threats from several residents is willing to speak out. The family's integrity however is questioned when blog posts surface that shine a different light on the case. A response to the ad, posted by the team, prompts Josh and Rachel to investigate a nursery owner who's death cast a sinister shadow over the Gilgo case. Meanwhile, rumours surface that the murders at Gilgo Beach are linked to a serial murder case in Atlantic City, which took place less than five years prior and offers eerie similarities. Upon further investigation, Josh and Rachel learn one of the Atlantic City victims had visited Long Island shortly before her murder and was also friends with one of the murdered Long Island escorts. They decide to pay a visit to the City of Sin.

Thu 9th March

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

Aaron Smith-Levin and his twin brother Collin were prodigies at Scientology's spiritual counseling practice known as auditing. But their paths diverged after Collin was dismissed from the program, leading to the painful tragedy Aaron shares with Leah.

Thu 9th March

Sins and Secrets

On Memorial Day 2002, two couples - Martha Crutchley and Joshua Ford, and Erika and BJ Sifrit - joined the hordes, kicking off their summer in the popular beach town of Ocean City, Maryland. But their carefree vacations were about to go horribly wrong. The Sifrits would end theirs in the back of a squad car, charged with armed robbery. Police would find Martha and Joshua's dismembered bodies buried at a local landfill. When the intersection between the two seemingly unrelated crimes - and couples - emerged, it revealed a story of a chance encounter that led to a grisly murder.

Thu 9th March

Crime Stories

As part of an elaborate scheme to fake his death, Joseph Prewitt, a maths teacher, murdered his old friend Charles Bryant and used Bryant's body as a decoy. Prewitt's wife and two small children held a funeral and buried the body in their hometown of Stinking Creek, Tennessee. Then a series of bizarre clues led police to begin an investigation.

Thu 9th March

Noon

Crimes That Shook Australia

The crimes committed by Robert Farquharson are etched in the minds of Australians since 2005. Only in August 2013, was the latest appeal for freedom rejected, bringing to an end the family's ordeal. Ferquharson drove his car into a dam off the Princes Highway near Winchelsea on Father's day, Killing his three sons, Jai, ten, Tyler, seven and Bailey, two. Originally he had claimed that he had blacked out during a coughing fit, only to be found guilty of murder after a long and highly publicised trial.

Thu 9th March

The Killing Season

In the wake of Shannan Gilbert's funeral, family lawyer John Ray presents Josh and Rachel with confidential testimony that implicates a local doctor and Oak Beach resident in the death of the young escort. Yet, critical questions remain unanswered, is Shannan's death connected to the four escorts discovered at Gilgo Beach? In order to find out, Josh and Rachel return to the secluded Oak Beach community where one family despite threats from several residents is willing to speak out. The family's integrity however is questioned when blog posts surface that shine a different light on the case. A response to the ad, posted by the team, prompts Josh and Rachel to investigate a nursery owner who's death cast a sinister shadow over the Gilgo case. Meanwhile, rumours surface that the murders at Gilgo Beach are linked to a serial murder case in Atlantic City, which took place less than five years prior and offers eerie similarities. Upon further investigation, Josh and Rachel learn one of the Atlantic City victims had visited Long Island shortly before her murder and was also friends with one of the murdered Long Island escorts. They decide to pay a visit to the City of Sin.

Thu 9th March

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

Aaron Smith-Levin and his twin brother Collin were prodigies at Scientology's spiritual counseling practice known as auditing. But their paths diverged after Collin was dismissed from the program, leading to the painful tragedy Aaron shares with Leah.

Thu 9th March

Cold Blood

When a pretty and popular Brooklyn college student disappears after a night out in Manhattan, her wealthy father files a missing persons report. Police are convinced she's been abducted. And tragically, just two days later, her charred remains are discovered in the basement of an abandoned home in Queens. With little forensic evidence, investigators begin piecing together a case. And when they learn the victim, a 20-year-old named Kim Antonakos liked to hang out with gangster-types, they assemble a list of possible culprits, including an ex-boyfriend nicknamed Psycho. They suspect it was a crime of passion. That is, until they receive an anonymous tip about a kidnapping attempt gone wrong.

Thu 9th March

Sins and Secrets

Fayetteville, North Carolina: The ultimate military town. In 2000, Air Force Captain Marty Theer and his bride Michelle had just joined the ranks. But the couple's marriage came to a sudden halt when Marty was gunned down in what seemed to be a robbery gone awry. In tracking down the culprit, investigators focused their attention on an army ranger turned common thief from nearby Fort Bragg. But as it turns out, the ranger was just following orders to shoot to kill - handed down by none other than Marty Theer's wife, Michelle.

Thu 9th March

Crime Stories

When the body of a young woman, Annie Tahan, is found by the side of a rural highway in South Carolina, the prime suspect is her boyfriend, Navy officer Michael Palaan. NCIS directs a carefully planned sting operation, but when it fails to trap the officer into a confession, the team launches a national hunt for a common household item that holds the key to the mystery of Annie's murder.

Thu 9th March

Evening

Cops

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

Thu 9th March

Cops

The Sacramento County Sheriff's Department in California chases a speeding silver sedan after the driver refuses to stop after a hit-and-run. An officer of the Amarillo Police Department in Texas responds to a call from a local hotel front desk stating that a belligerent drunk is loitering in the hotel lobby arguing with guests. A deputy with the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office in Florida responds to a call about a possible domestic assault.

Thu 9th March

Homicide Hunter

George Ferribee, a loving son and former athlete led astray by drug addiction, is found murdered in a vacant lot. It is clear from the victim's wounds that he was executed. When Lt. Joe Kenda discovers that Ferribee had very recently been kidnapped and then escaped, he assumes that the two crimes must be related. But as he begins to learn more about the life of the victim, Kenda soon discovers that the events surrounding the murder are much more complicated than he would ever have imagined.

Thu 9th March

Snapped: She Made Me Do It

True stories of women accused of manipulating men to do their evil bidding. Although the crimes differ in nature, they all share a common theme - a woman is credited to being the chief mastermind behind-the-scenes. Through witness testimonies, expert interviews and dramatic re-enactments, each episode explores criminal cases surrounding the femme fatale. From a romantic reconciliation dinner that ends in homicide to a star athlete who is discovered lifeless with mysterious wounds, viewers follow the investigation of the alleged perpetrators who claim "She Made Me Do It." Hear both sides of the story and ultimately discover the jury's verdict. In this episode, a woman is found floating in the Newport Harbor, dead from multiple stab wounds. Investigators learn she had complicated relationships with her husband, her daughter and her daughter's boyfriend. Did one of these two men kill her and if so was her daughter the one who made them do it?

Thu 9th March

Murder Made Me Famous

On March 1, 2004, a mother of two is found dead in her bathtub. Her police officer ex-husband is on the scene, distraught. No foul play is detected. Although blood suspiciously stains the dry tub, her death is ruled an accidental drowning. Three years later, the same police officer's fourth wife, 30 years his junior, leaves his home at 6 Pheasant Chase Court in Bolingbrook, IL. Her family begins to worry when she skips out on plans and can't be reached. Her husband, Drew, seems hardly concerned. But with his third wife dead and the fourth now missing, Drew can no longer use his badge as a shield. The world is watching and he loves every minute of it. The arrogant veteran cop got away with a suspicious death once. Would he get away with it again?

Thu 9th March

Cold Blood

In one of the most shocking crimes in Chicago's history, seven fast-food workers are gunned down and their bodies left in the restaurant's walk-in freezer. With the suburb of Palatine reeling and the media clamouring for answers, police struggle to piece together the deadly puzzle. Combing through a mountain of evidence, over 100 officers work the case. But after thousands of leads and four publicly named suspects, investigators are no closer to cracking the mystery. Five years later, a breakthrough in DNA analysis offers renewed hope, and a partially eaten chicken dinner found at the crime scene reveals new evidence. Investigators now have the genetic profile of a possible killer. But in order to solve the crime, they still need to find a suspect.

Thu 9th March

Homicide Hunter

George Ferribee, a loving son and former athlete led astray by drug addiction, is found murdered in a vacant lot. It is clear from the victim's wounds that he was executed. When Lt. Joe Kenda discovers that Ferribee had very recently been kidnapped and then escaped, he assumes that the two crimes must be related. But as he begins to learn more about the life of the victim, Kenda soon discovers that the events surrounding the murder are much more complicated than he would ever have imagined.

Fri 10th March

Morning

Snapped: She Made Me Do It

True stories of women accused of manipulating men to do their evil bidding. Although the crimes differ in nature, they all share a common theme - a woman is credited to being the chief mastermind behind-the-scenes. Through witness testimonies, expert interviews and dramatic re-enactments, each episode explores criminal cases surrounding the femme fatale. From a romantic reconciliation dinner that ends in homicide to a star athlete who is discovered lifeless with mysterious wounds, viewers follow the investigation of the alleged perpetrators who claim "She Made Me Do It." Hear both sides of the story and ultimately discover the jury's verdict. In this episode, a woman is found floating in the Newport Harbor, dead from multiple stab wounds. Investigators learn she had complicated relationships with her husband, her daughter and her daughter's boyfriend. Did one of these two men kill her and if so was her daughter the one who made them do it?

Fri 10th March

Murder Made Me Famous

On March 1, 2004, a mother of two is found dead in her bathtub. Her police officer ex-husband is on the scene, distraught. No foul play is detected. Although blood suspiciously stains the dry tub, her death is ruled an accidental drowning. Three years later, the same police officer's fourth wife, 30 years his junior, leaves his home at 6 Pheasant Chase Court in Bolingbrook, IL. Her family begins to worry when she skips out on plans and can't be reached. Her husband, Drew, seems hardly concerned. But with his third wife dead and the fourth now missing, Drew can no longer use his badge as a shield. The world is watching and he loves every minute of it. The arrogant veteran cop got away with a suspicious death once. Would he get away with it again?

Fri 10th March

Forensic Files

It was one of the most brazen crimes of the 20th century. Adolph Coors, chairman of the Coors Brewing Company, was kidnapped and held for ransom prompting one of the most intense manhunts in United States history.

Fri 10th March

Suburban Secrets

Go behind the picket fences to hear real people tell the shocking tales of real crimes they lived through.

Fri 10th March

Cold Blood

In one of the most shocking crimes in Chicago's history, seven fast-food workers are gunned down and their bodies left in the restaurant's walk-in freezer. With the suburb of Palatine reeling and the media clamouring for answers, police struggle to piece together the deadly puzzle. Combing through a mountain of evidence, over 100 officers work the case. But after thousands of leads and four publicly named suspects, investigators are no closer to cracking the mystery. Five years later, a breakthrough in DNA analysis offers renewed hope, and a partially eaten chicken dinner found at the crime scene reveals new evidence. Investigators now have the genetic profile of a possible killer. But in order to solve the crime, they still need to find a suspect.

Fri 10th March

North Mission Road

A young woman mysteriously disappears. A search of her boyfriend's house uncovers a diary full of clues, some written in police code, along with other suspicious items. Will the experts at NMR and detectives be able to link them to the missing woman and help crack the case?

Fri 10th March

Cops Uncut

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

Fri 10th March

Cops

The Sacramento County Sheriff's Department in California chases a speeding silver sedan after the driver refuses to stop after a hit-and-run. An officer of the Amarillo Police Department in Texas responds to a call from a local hotel front desk stating that a belligerent drunk is loitering in the hotel lobby arguing with guests. A deputy with the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office in Florida responds to a call about a possible domestic assault.

Fri 10th March

Crime Stories

When the body of a young woman, Annie Tahan, is found by the side of a rural highway in South Carolina, the prime suspect is her boyfriend, Navy officer Michael Palaan. NCIS directs a carefully planned sting operation, but when it fails to trap the officer into a confession, the team launches a national hunt for a common household item that holds the key to the mystery of Annie's murder.

Fri 10th March

Suburban Secrets

Go behind the picket fences to hear real people tell the shocking tales of real crimes they lived through.

Fri 10th March

Homicide Hunter

George Ferribee, a loving son and former athlete led astray by drug addiction, is found murdered in a vacant lot. It is clear from the victim's wounds that he was executed. When Lt. Joe Kenda discovers that Ferribee had very recently been kidnapped and then escaped, he assumes that the two crimes must be related. But as he begins to learn more about the life of the victim, Kenda soon discovers that the events surrounding the murder are much more complicated than he would ever have imagined.

Fri 10th March

Killer Kids

In 1995, a teenage couple is on their way toward bright careers in the military. But their dreams of a future together end when infidelity leads the lovers down a twisted path. In 2010, Nikki, mother of identical twin daughters, is found brutally murdered in her home. DNA evidence provides a shocking conclusion to the police search and one more mystery to unravel.

Fri 10th March

Murder Made Me Famous

On March 1, 2004, a mother of two is found dead in her bathtub. Her police officer ex-husband is on the scene, distraught. No foul play is detected. Although blood suspiciously stains the dry tub, her death is ruled an accidental drowning. Three years later, the same police officer's fourth wife, 30 years his junior, leaves his home at 6 Pheasant Chase Court in Bolingbrook, IL. Her family begins to worry when she skips out on plans and can't be reached. Her husband, Drew, seems hardly concerned. But with his third wife dead and the fourth now missing, Drew can no longer use his badge as a shield. The world is watching and he loves every minute of it. The arrogant veteran cop got away with a suspicious death once. Would he get away with it again?

Fri 10th March

Sins and Secrets

Fayetteville, North Carolina: The ultimate military town. In 2000, Air Force Captain Marty Theer and his bride Michelle had just joined the ranks. But the couple's marriage came to a sudden halt when Marty was gunned down in what seemed to be a robbery gone awry. In tracking down the culprit, investigators focused their attention on an army ranger turned common thief from nearby Fort Bragg. But as it turns out, the ranger was just following orders to shoot to kill - handed down by none other than Marty Theer's wife, Michelle.

Fri 10th March

Crime Stories

When the body of a young woman, Annie Tahan, is found by the side of a rural highway in South Carolina, the prime suspect is her boyfriend, Navy officer Michael Palaan. NCIS directs a carefully planned sting operation, but when it fails to trap the officer into a confession, the team launches a national hunt for a common household item that holds the key to the mystery of Annie's murder.

Fri 10th March

Noon

Homicide Hunter

George Ferribee, a loving son and former athlete led astray by drug addiction, is found murdered in a vacant lot. It is clear from the victim's wounds that he was executed. When Lt. Joe Kenda discovers that Ferribee had very recently been kidnapped and then escaped, he assumes that the two crimes must be related. But as he begins to learn more about the life of the victim, Kenda soon discovers that the events surrounding the murder are much more complicated than he would ever have imagined.

Fri 10th March

Snapped: She Made Me Do It

True stories of women accused of manipulating men to do their evil bidding. Although the crimes differ in nature, they all share a common theme - a woman is credited to being the chief mastermind behind-the-scenes. Through witness testimonies, expert interviews and dramatic re-enactments, each episode explores criminal cases surrounding the femme fatale. From a romantic reconciliation dinner that ends in homicide to a star athlete who is discovered lifeless with mysterious wounds, viewers follow the investigation of the alleged perpetrators who claim "She Made Me Do It." Hear both sides of the story and ultimately discover the jury's verdict. In this episode, a woman is found floating in the Newport Harbor, dead from multiple stab wounds. Investigators learn she had complicated relationships with her husband, her daughter and her daughter's boyfriend. Did one of these two men kill her and if so was her daughter the one who made them do it?

Fri 10th March

Murder Made Me Famous

On March 1, 2004, a mother of two is found dead in her bathtub. Her police officer ex-husband is on the scene, distraught. No foul play is detected. Although blood suspiciously stains the dry tub, her death is ruled an accidental drowning. Three years later, the same police officer's fourth wife, 30 years his junior, leaves his home at 6 Pheasant Chase Court in Bolingbrook, IL. Her family begins to worry when she skips out on plans and can't be reached. Her husband, Drew, seems hardly concerned. But with his third wife dead and the fourth now missing, Drew can no longer use his badge as a shield. The world is watching and he loves every minute of it. The arrogant veteran cop got away with a suspicious death once. Would he get away with it again?

Fri 10th March

Cold Blood

In one of the most shocking crimes in Chicago's history, seven fast-food workers are gunned down and their bodies left in the restaurant's walk-in freezer. With the suburb of Palatine reeling and the media clamouring for answers, police struggle to piece together the deadly puzzle. Combing through a mountain of evidence, over 100 officers work the case. But after thousands of leads and four publicly named suspects, investigators are no closer to cracking the mystery. Five years later, a breakthrough in DNA analysis offers renewed hope, and a partially eaten chicken dinner found at the crime scene reveals new evidence. Investigators now have the genetic profile of a possible killer. But in order to solve the crime, they still need to find a suspect.

Fri 10th March

Sins and Secrets

Newry, Maine: a postcard of a village nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. In 2003, 65-year-old Julie Bullard fulfilled a dream, moving to Maine from San Francisco and opening the Black Bear Inn. Her daughter Selby soon followed her across the country - both women eager for the chance to go back to a simpler way of life. That dream would be shattered nearly three years later, when the police discovered three mutilated bodies in a woodpile behind the Julie's Inn, uncovering the dark side of this seemingly tranquil paradise.

Fri 10th March

Crime Stories

When the bodies of Navy officer Leanne Brown and her boyfriend are found in a woods near a naval base, NCIS agents are called to the scene. With few clues to work with, the agents turn to their extensive network of high-tech specialists to connect the dots between an isolated church, a mystery woman with the dead navy officer's credit card, a 12-year-old boy with a suspicious mobile phone, and a local teenage gang.

Fri 10th March

Evening

Cops

Featuring real cops on patrol encountering the criminals they contend with every day. Whether it's drugs, booze, or violence, our cops always get their perpetrator.

Fri 10th March

Cops

A deputy with the California County Sheriff's Department in Sacramento is forced to unleash his K-9 companion to catch a fleeing motorcyclist who also happens to be carrying drugs. A deputy of the Pierce County Sheriff's Department in Pierce County, Washington responds to a call from a bloodied man who claims that he was attacked by a woman while fighting over the last cigarette in the pack. Lastly, the Cook County Sheriff's Police Department in Illinois investigates three juveniles - seen throwing rocks from an overpass - who end up being questioned by the police and their mothers.

Fri 10th March

Evil Twins

Identical twin sisters Darlene and Charlene Shuler were born into a middle-class family in the low country of central South Carolina. The twins led an idyllic childhood before going off to college, getting married, and then going into business together. The girls worked hard, and soon business was booming. But, as their lifestyles grew ever more lavish, it all seemed too good to be true and it was. Behind closed doors, greed and deceit ran rampant, and the sister's once unbreakable bond would be shattered by a gunshot and the ultimate betrayal.

Fri 10th March

It Takes A Killer

We investigate the world's most notorious murders and take you inside the minds and motives of the killers who committed them. Experts from the FBI, Scotland Yard, and leading homicide investigators review crime scene evidence, profile each killers behaviour and describe the chilling forensic details of each murder scene. They explain when, why, and how each perpetrator carried out the crime. They also tell us how each homicide is solved. Sometimes you have to think like a killer to catch a killer. In this episode, the murder of a millionaire doctor's wife sets off a massive manhunt throughout New England. Law enforcement quickly locates the suspected killer,only to find out he has a history of not only violence, but also cross-dressing.

Fri 10th March

It Takes A Killer

We investigate the world's most notorious murders and take you inside the minds and motives of the killers who committed them. Experts from the FBI, Scotland Yard, and leading homicide investigators review crime scene evidence, profile each killers behaviour and describe the chilling forensic details of each murder scene. They explain when, why, and how each perpetrator carried out the crime. They also tell us how each homicide is solved. Sometimes you have to think like a killer to catch a killer. In this episode, an unemployed teen mum and her new husband concoct a plan to kill an innocent man they meet on Craigslist. The end result is a vicious stabbing that sends shock waves through a small Pennsylvania community. Yet, what's even more shocking, this may not even be the wife's first homicide.

Fri 10th March

Surviving Evil

Real-life stories of how victims of violence fought back against their attackers and against the odds, survived. Told in their own words, it's an empowering and inspiring look at true-crime stories where the victims turn the table on their assailant. The series is presented by Charisma Carpenter (Buffy The Vampire Slayer, The Expendables) who herself was the victim of a terrifying attack. In this episode, an ambitious journalism student in rural Texas, 18-year-old Lisa Boyd is determined to be a writer. That is, until she falls head over heels for a handsome young man and follows her heart instead. At first, Josh Holden is loving and committed, but that devotion soon turns into a violent obsession. Combined with his drug addiction, growing paranoia, and sinister jealous streak, Lisa's life spirals into terror. A decade later, Josh has become a psychotic monster who controls Lisa's every move. He installs security cameras inside their home, monitors her phone calls, stabs her repeatedly with his hunting knife, and confines her to a bedroom for months at a time. With her life in grave danger and her children's lives hanging in the balance, Lisa knows that if she doesn't get away soon, they may all end up dead.

Fri 10th March

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

In the New Mexico State Prison system, a climate of fear has taken hold, as powerful prison gangs like the Syndicato de Nuevo Mexico (SNM) make death threats against staff. A new batch of rookie officers will have to muster the courage to stand up to these prison gang members and other dangerous inmates.

Fri 10th March

Dark Temptations

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

Sat 11th March

Morning

The Ghost Inside My Child

What if your child remembered dying in a past life? This special explores many parents' most closely guarded secret - their child is a reincarnation of someone who died violently and came back to life. A young boy who remembers falling to his death on 9/11. A daughter haunted by recollections of dying in the Oklahoma City Bombing. A toddler terrified by nightmares of a gruesome end in World War II. These are just a few stories of parents struggling.

Sat 11th March

Surviving Evil

Real-life stories of how victims of violence fought back against their attackers and against the odds, survived. Told in their own words, it's an empowering and inspiring look at true-crime stories where the victims turn the table on their assailant. The series is presented by Charisma Carpenter (Buffy The Vampire Slayer, The Expendables) who herself was the victim of a terrifying attack. In this episode, an ambitious journalism student in rural Texas, 18-year-old Lisa Boyd is determined to be a writer. That is, until she falls head over heels for a handsome young man and follows her heart instead. At first, Josh Holden is loving and committed, but that devotion soon turns into a violent obsession. Combined with his drug addiction, growing paranoia, and sinister jealous streak, Lisa's life spirals into terror. A decade later, Josh has become a psychotic monster who controls Lisa's every move. He installs security cameras inside their home, monitors her phone calls, stabs her repeatedly with his hunting knife, and confines her to a bedroom for months at a time. With her life in grave danger and her children's lives hanging in the balance, Lisa knows that if she doesn't get away soon, they may all end up dead.

Sat 11th March

Forensic Files

For twelve years, the murder of a young woman went unsolved, but with the passage of time came the development of technology. Would a used tissue found at the crime scene give police the evidence they needed to crack the case and bring a killer to justice?

Sat 11th March

Suburban Secrets

Go behind the picket fences to hear real people tell their shocking tales of the real crimes they lived through. A decade-old mystery resurfaces in Woodstock, Georgia.

Sat 11th March

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

In the New Mexico State Prison system, a climate of fear has taken hold, as powerful prison gangs like the Syndicato de Nuevo Mexico (SNM) make death threats against staff. A new batch of rookie officers will have to muster the courage to stand up to these prison gang members and other dangerous inmates.

Sat 11th March

North Mission Road

A man thinks he might have killed his girlfriend while sleepwalking. Medical experts say it's possible. The experts at NMR think there are far too many wounds for that scenario but would they be able to prove it?

Sat 11th March

Cops Uncut

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

Sat 11th March

Cops

A deputy with the California County Sheriff's Department in Sacramento is forced to unleash his K-9 companion to catch a fleeing motorcyclist who also happens to be carrying drugs. A deputy of the Pierce County Sheriff's Department in Pierce County, Washington responds to a call from a bloodied man who claims that he was attacked by a woman while fighting over the last cigarette in the pack. Lastly, the Cook County Sheriff's Police Department in Illinois investigates three juveniles - seen throwing rocks from an overpass - who end up being questioned by the police and their mothers.

Sat 11th March

Crime Stories

When the bodies of Navy officer Leanne Brown and her boyfriend are found in a woods near a naval base, NCIS agents are called to the scene. With few clues to work with, the agents turn to their extensive network of high-tech specialists to connect the dots between an isolated church, a mystery woman with the dead navy officer's credit card, a 12-year-old boy with a suspicious mobile phone, and a local teenage gang.

Sat 11th March

Suburban Secrets

Go behind the picket fences to hear real people tell their shocking tales of the real crimes they lived through. A decade-old mystery resurfaces in Woodstock, Georgia.

Sat 11th March

It Takes A Killer

We investigate the world's most notorious murders and take you inside the minds and motives of the killers who committed them. Experts from the FBI, Scotland Yard, and leading homicide investigators review crime scene evidence, profile each killers behaviour and describe the chilling forensic details of each murder scene. They explain when, why, and how each perpetrator carried out the crime. They also tell us how each homicide is solved. Sometimes you have to think like a killer to catch a killer. In this episode, the murder of a millionaire doctor's wife sets off a massive manhunt throughout New England. Law enforcement quickly locates the suspected killer,only to find out he has a history of not only violence, but also cross-dressing.

Sat 11th March

It Takes A Killer

We investigate the world's most notorious murders and take you inside the minds and motives of the killers who committed them. Experts from the FBI, Scotland Yard, and leading homicide investigators review crime scene evidence, profile each killers behaviour and describe the chilling forensic details of each murder scene. They explain when, why, and how each perpetrator carried out the crime. They also tell us how each homicide is solved. Sometimes you have to think like a killer to catch a killer. In this episode, an unemployed teen mum and her new husband concoct a plan to kill an innocent man they meet on Craigslist. The end result is a vicious stabbing that sends shock waves through a small Pennsylvania community. Yet, what's even more shocking, this may not even be the wife's first homicide.

Sat 11th March

Evil Twins

Identical twin sisters Darlene and Charlene Shuler were born into a middle-class family in the low country of central South Carolina. The twins led an idyllic childhood before going off to college, getting married, and then going into business together. The girls worked hard, and soon business was booming. But, as their lifestyles grew ever more lavish, it all seemed too good to be true and it was. Behind closed doors, greed and deceit ran rampant, and the sister's once unbreakable bond would be shattered by a gunshot and the ultimate betrayal.

Sat 11th March

Surviving Evil

Real-life stories of how victims of violence fought back against their attackers and against the odds, survived. Told in their own words, it's an empowering and inspiring look at true-crime stories where the victims turn the table on their assailant. The series is presented by Charisma Carpenter (Buffy The Vampire Slayer, The Expendables) who herself was the victim of a terrifying attack. In this episode, an ambitious journalism student in rural Texas, 18-year-old Lisa Boyd is determined to be a writer. That is, until she falls head over heels for a handsome young man and follows her heart instead. At first, Josh Holden is loving and committed, but that devotion soon turns into a violent obsession. Combined with his drug addiction, growing paranoia, and sinister jealous streak, Lisa's life spirals into terror. A decade later, Josh has become a psychotic monster who controls Lisa's every move. He installs security cameras inside their home, monitors her phone calls, stabs her repeatedly with his hunting knife, and confines her to a bedroom for months at a time. With her life in grave danger and her children's lives hanging in the balance, Lisa knows that if she doesn't get away soon, they may all end up dead.

Sat 11th March

Sins and Secrets

Newry, Maine: a postcard of a village nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. In 2003, 65-year-old Julie Bullard fulfilled a dream, moving to Maine from San Francisco and opening the Black Bear Inn. Her daughter Selby soon followed her across the country - both women eager for the chance to go back to a simpler way of life. That dream would be shattered nearly three years later, when the police discovered three mutilated bodies in a woodpile behind the Julie's Inn, uncovering the dark side of this seemingly tranquil paradise.

Sat 11th March

Crime Stories

When the bodies of Navy officer Leanne Brown and her boyfriend are found in a woods near a naval base, NCIS agents are called to the scene. With few clues to work with, the agents turn to their extensive network of high-tech specialists to connect the dots between an isolated church, a mystery woman with the dead navy officer's credit card, a 12-year-old boy with a suspicious mobile phone, and a local teenage gang.

Sat 11th March

Noon

It Takes A Killer

We investigate the world's most notorious murders and take you inside the minds and motives of the killers who committed them. Experts from the FBI, Scotland Yard, and leading homicide investigators review crime scene evidence, profile each killers behaviour and describe the chilling forensic details of each murder scene. They explain when, why, and how each perpetrator carried out the crime. They also tell us how each homicide is solved. Sometimes you have to think like a killer to catch a killer. In this episode, the murder of a millionaire doctor's wife sets off a massive manhunt throughout New England. Law enforcement quickly locates the suspected killer,only to find out he has a history of not only violence, but also cross-dressing.

Sat 11th March

It Takes A Killer

We investigate the world's most notorious murders and take you inside the minds and motives of the killers who committed them. Experts from the FBI, Scotland Yard, and leading homicide investigators review crime scene evidence, profile each killers behaviour and describe the chilling forensic details of each murder scene. They explain when, why, and how each perpetrator carried out the crime. They also tell us how each homicide is solved. Sometimes you have to think like a killer to catch a killer. In this episode, an unemployed teen mum and her new husband concoct a plan to kill an innocent man they meet on Craigslist. The end result is a vicious stabbing that sends shock waves through a small Pennsylvania community. Yet, what's even more shocking, this may not even be the wife's first homicide.

Sat 11th March

Cold Case Files

A highly-regarded California arson investigator is suspected of setting a series of fires and a man is convicted of raping and murdering his 68-year-old neighbour and stealing her Coke bottle and rare coin collections.

Sat 11th March

Cold Case Files

In 1989, socialite Susan Doll was found beaten, raped, and strangled in Colorado. And in Palm Beach, a determined cop solves the murder of prostitute Lucy Pate five years later.

Sat 11th March

Cold Case Files

In Wisconsin, advances in forensic clay modelling help investigators identify a murder victim whose skin was stripped from her head, neck, and legs. And in California, police track down two boys who enjoy satanic rituals and setting fires.

Sat 11th March

Behind Bars: Rookie Year

In the New Mexico State Prison system, a climate of fear has taken hold, as powerful prison gangs like the Syndicato de Nuevo Mexico (SNM) make death threats against staff. A new batch of rookie officers will have to muster the courage to stand up to these prison gang members and other dangerous inmates.

Sat 11th March

Deadly Women

For these women one good man wasn't enough. They were gold diggers and they moved from man to man leaving behind a trail of heartbreak, tears and bodies. A middle-aged woman used her charm and looks to prey on elderly gentleman from Canada to Florida, an army wife doesn't want a soldier but a squad, and a serial wife cooks up meals to die for. These deadly women didn't marry for love or companionship but for the money honey. 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 11th March

Evening

Happily Never After

Army soldier Anthony Riggs meets single mum Toni Cato while he's stationed at a military base in Germany. Toni is recently separated but being with Anthony just feels right. They immediately bond over their shared experiences; both were raised in the concrete jungles of big cities where crime ran rampant and it was hard to achieve anything worthwhile. But both strived to get out and make something of themselves and succeeded. Their connection deepens when Anthony delights in being a father-figure to Toni's toddler daughter. Before long, the two are head over heels for one another. Between deployments, Anthony ties the knot with Toni in Las Vegas and settles down in Texas with his instant-family. Just over a year later, Anthony comes home from the War and stays with his wife and her family in Detroit, Michigan. Anthony and Toni have decided to establish roots in the suburbs just outside of the city - a safer environment to grow up in. Toni and Anthony are up late one night loading their moving van when neighbours hear five gunshots ring out, tires screeching and then, screams. It's Toni. Her Army hero-husband has been shot and left for dead on American soil; an apparent car-jacking. It seems like a senseless act in a crime-riddled city, but investigators must weave through tales of hidden greed, family betrayal, and the ultimate deception to get to the true killer.

Sat 11th March

Wives With Knives

Laura Lewis struggles through a difficult childhood and learns from her mother at a young age that "a man will either beat on you, or cheat on you." When Laura grows up and gets a man that does both, she decides it's time to fight back, with a knife.

Sat 11th March

Fatal Vows

Amanda Hornsby believes she's finally found the man she deserves. Woody Smith is nothing like her first husband, who stole her money and deserted her after six months. Woody's older and more settled - but has baggage of his own, after a difficult experience with a pregnant girlfriend. But the couple make it work - until, after two kids and a few years, storm clouds gather. Amanda has her eye on a young, driven co-worker with more ambition than her increasingly absent husband. Woody's attempt to track her text messaging and phone habits fuels his paranoia, and Amanda's anger. Threats and blackmail over fraudulent health insurance for their disabled child make a tense situation even worse. And then a toxic cocktail of jealously, infidelity and energy drinks plunges them both into an abyss of sex and violence.

Sat 11th March

Killing Them Safely

The story behind TASER International, the only manufacturer of TASERs for law enforcement. Its founding brothers Rick and Tom Smith, young entrepreneurs looking for an alternative to guns, revolutionised law enforcement by perfecting a weapon that was promised to be both 100 percent safe and effective. But as Rick and Tom's wealth and influence grow, the consequences of this new way of policing force them to reconcile their success with the path they took to get there.

Sat 11th March

The Killing Season

In the wake of Shannan Gilbert's funeral, family lawyer John Ray presents Josh and Rachel with confidential testimony that implicates a local doctor and Oak Beach resident in the death of the young escort. Yet, critical questions remain unanswered, is Shannan's death connected to the four escorts discovered at Gilgo Beach? In order to find out, Josh and Rachel return to the secluded Oak Beach community where one family despite threats from several residents is willing to speak out. The family's integrity however is questioned when blog posts surface that shine a different light on the case. A response to the ad, posted by the team, prompts Josh and Rachel to investigate a nursery owner who's death cast a sinister shadow over the Gilgo case. Meanwhile, rumours surface that the murders at Gilgo Beach are linked to a serial murder case in Atlantic City, which took place less than five years prior and offers eerie similarities. Upon further investigation, Josh and Rachel learn one of the Atlantic City victims had visited Long Island shortly before her murder and was also friends with one of the murdered Long Island escorts. They decide to pay a visit to the City of Sin.

Sun 12th March

Morning

The Ghost Inside My Child

A young boy who remembers falling to his death on 9/11. A daughter haunted by recollections of dying in the Oklahoma City Bombing. A toddler terrified by nightmares of a gruesome end in World War II. These are just a few stories of parents struggling with the ghost inside their child. Two year-old Eric would wake up screaming from a horrific dream about being crushed to death and was oddly obsessed with Hollywood. Elijah told horrific stories of war and began speaking German.

Sun 12th March

Killing Them Safely

The story behind TASER International, the only manufacturer of TASERs for law enforcement. Its founding brothers Rick and Tom Smith, young entrepreneurs looking for an alternative to guns, revolutionised law enforcement by perfecting a weapon that was promised to be both 100 percent safe and effective. But as Rick and Tom's wealth and influence grow, the consequences of this new way of policing force them to reconcile their success with the path they took to get there.

Sun 12th March

Wives With Knives

Laura Lewis struggles through a difficult childhood and learns from her mother at a young age that "a man will either beat on you, or cheat on you." When Laura grows up and gets a man that does both, she decides it's time to fight back, with a knife.

Sun 12th March

Fatal Vows

Amanda Hornsby believes she's finally found the man she deserves. Woody Smith is nothing like her first husband, who stole her money and deserted her after six months. Woody's older and more settled - but has baggage of his own, after a difficult experience with a pregnant girlfriend. But the couple make it work - until, after two kids and a few years, storm clouds gather. Amanda has her eye on a young, driven co-worker with more ambition than her increasingly absent husband. Woody's attempt to track her text messaging and phone habits fuels his paranoia, and Amanda's anger. Threats and blackmail over fraudulent health insurance for their disabled child make a tense situation even worse. And then a toxic cocktail of jealously, infidelity and energy drinks plunges them both into an abyss of sex and violence.

Sun 12th March

Deadly Women

For these women one good man wasn't enough. They were gold diggers and they moved from man to man leaving behind a trail of heartbreak, tears and bodies. A middle-aged woman used her charm and looks to prey on elderly gentleman from Canada to Florida, an army wife doesn't want a soldier but a squad, and a serial wife cooks up meals to die for. These deadly women didn't marry for love or companionship but for the money honey. 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 12th March

Forensic Files

When a 33-year-old Ohio woman falls in love with a handsome young doctor, she believes she's found fairytale romance. She becomes pregnant and the two are engaged. She is alarmed by the severe morning sickness, cramps and nausea she experiences, particularly in light of her age and medical history, but her doctor assures her there's no cause for concern. Eventually, suspecting her symptoms aren't as tied to the baby as they are to her fiance, she decides to conduct her own scientific investigation.

Sun 12th March

Forensic Files

To the people of Olney, Texas, 39-year-old Faryion Wardrip was a model citizen: happily married, a valued employee and a respected Sunday school teacher. Faryion Wardrip was also a brutal serial killer who, for years, eluded police without suspicion. But smart police work and DNA from a discarded paper cup proved to be Wardrip's undoing.

Sun 12th March

Forensic Files

An abandoned car was found on a busy Philadelphia highway; the engine was running, the radio was blaring and the driver's door was wide open. Investigators suspected the driver had been the victim of a car-jacking. The next day, police found the body of the driver: Aimee Willard, a young college co-ed, home for summer vacation. There were unusual marks on her body, marks which eventually led to her killer.

Sun 12th March

Forensic Files

In May of 1999, a Presbyterian minister in South Dakota called 9-1-1. His wife was unconscious in the bathtub. Emergency medical crews could not revive her, and she died. She had ingested large doses of several medications, a behaviour common in suicide. The minister said his wife had been distraught, but bits of deleted computer files suggested a murder plot. Bizarre tales of infidelity and the courtroom revelation of what could be a suicide note, challenge an array of forensic experts to find the truth: suicide, or murder?

Sun 12th March

Forensic Files

A beautiful 23-year-old girl was driving home after a rock concert when her tyre blew out. Investigators found her car, but no trace of her. At first there were hundreds of leads, but after three years, the trail turned cold. Police got a break when someone called to report a suspicious truck in a neighbour's driveway; something inside that truck was plugged into an electrical outlet, allowing the device to run 24 hours-a-day, 365-days-a-year. Suddenly, the cold trail turned even colder.

Sun 12th March

Forensic Files

Tracy Jo Shine grew up in a middle-class home in Houston, Texas. She was a promising young dancer, whose ability landed her a spot in Houston's prestigious High School for Performing Arts. Unfortunately, while there, Tracy Jo became involved with the wrong crowd, and began experimenting with drugs. When she disappeared without a trace, her family immediately suspected her new friends, some of whom were members of the Aryian Brotherhood.

Sun 12th March

The Killing Season

In the wake of Shannan Gilbert's funeral, family lawyer John Ray presents Josh and Rachel with confidential testimony that implicates a local doctor and Oak Beach resident in the death of the young escort. Yet, critical questions remain unanswered, is Shannan's death connected to the four escorts discovered at Gilgo Beach? In order to find out, Josh and Rachel return to the secluded Oak Beach community where one family despite threats from several residents is willing to speak out. The family's integrity however is questioned when blog posts surface that shine a different light on the case. A response to the ad, posted by the team, prompts Josh and Rachel to investigate a nursery owner who's death cast a sinister shadow over the Gilgo case. Meanwhile, rumours surface that the murders at Gilgo Beach are linked to a serial murder case in Atlantic City, which took place less than five years prior and offers eerie similarities. Upon further investigation, Josh and Rachel learn one of the Atlantic City victims had visited Long Island shortly before her murder and was also friends with one of the murdered Long Island escorts. They decide to pay a visit to the City of Sin.

Sun 12th March

Happily Never After

Army soldier Anthony Riggs meets single mum Toni Cato while he's stationed at a military base in Germany. Toni is recently separated but being with Anthony just feels right. They immediately bond over their shared experiences; both were raised in the concrete jungles of big cities where crime ran rampant and it was hard to achieve anything worthwhile. But both strived to get out and make something of themselves and succeeded. Their connection deepens when Anthony delights in being a father-figure to Toni's toddler daughter. Before long, the two are head over heels for one another. Between deployments, Anthony ties the knot with Toni in Las Vegas and settles down in Texas with his instant-family. Just over a year later, Anthony comes home from the War and stays with his wife and her family in Detroit, Michigan. Anthony and Toni have decided to establish roots in the suburbs just outside of the city - a safer environment to grow up in. Toni and Anthony are up late one night loading their moving van when neighbours hear five gunshots ring out, tires screeching and then, screams. It's Toni. Her Army hero-husband has been shot and left for dead on American soil; an apparent car-jacking. It seems like a senseless act in a crime-riddled city, but investigators must weave through tales of hidden greed, family betrayal, and the ultimate deception to get to the true killer.

Sun 12th March

Killing Them Safely

The story behind TASER International, the only manufacturer of TASERs for law enforcement. Its founding brothers Rick and Tom Smith, young entrepreneurs looking for an alternative to guns, revolutionised law enforcement by perfecting a weapon that was promised to be both 100 percent safe and effective. But as Rick and Tom's wealth and influence grow, the consequences of this new way of policing force them to reconcile their success with the path they took to get there.