TV Guide

Thu 24th August

Morning

Tragedy in Amish Country

It seemed like a virus spreading across the United States: Gunfire erupting at schools - and innocent children were being victimised from Jonesboro, Arkansas to Littleton, Colorado. If there was any place in America where one could feel safe from that turmoil, surely it was in the bucolic farmlands of central Pennsylvania, among the Amish religious community that had largely turned its back on the ways of the modern world. But on October 2, 2006, a lone gunman named Charles Roberts entered a one-room Amish schoolhouse in Lancaster County, ultimately killing five young girls and wounding several others. In this harrowing special, we will trace the collision course that evolved between Roberts and the Amish community and reveal how a little known heartbreak that had occurred in the gunman's life years before helped to spark a national tragedy.

Thu 24th August

Facing Evil

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

Thu 24th August

Cops

A routine traffic stop becomes an off-road chase through a residential area. Officers find a runaway suspect hiding in a closet. A domestic dispute erupts over food.

Thu 24th August

Forensic Files

One particular stretch of road on Interstate 75 seems to be accident-prone, adding up to seven multi-car accidents in 15 years. Each accident was caused by a sudden and impenetrable fog, which forced drivers to suddenly break without concern for those behind them. Environmental experts and investigators analysed the elements of nature occurring during this unnatural thick fog and tried to determine possible water sources that could create so many vapours in the air. They found one particular paper plant near the interstate that releases significant water vapours, which react to the weather and create this deadly fog.

Thu 24th August

Cops

(New Orleans, LA-Disturbance Call) 8th District - Officer Patrick Rose and Leon Benoit III respond to the call of drunk, violent guy at a bar on Decatur St. A black guy is sitting at a table in a Bob Marley Exodus shirt grooving to the music and being crazy. He won't listen to the police so they spray him in the face with tons of mace to no avail. Officer Blake Munster helps out and make the man drop his glass. He then goes into the bathroom and does karate moves.

Thu 24th August

World's Wildest Police Videos

This is the fast paced reality show featuring caught-on-tape criminals and the officers who take them down. Hosted by Sheriff John Bunnell, this program gathers footage of law enforcement personnel from across the country and around the world as they face the most dangerous pursuits, the most frightening shootouts, and the most extreme lawbreakers to ever challenge police, and put them in their place to keep our streets safe.

Thu 24th August

North Mission Road

Griffith Park sits in the shadow of the Hollywood sign, it's the largest urban park in the country. Parts of it remain remote and rural even though it's in the heart of the city. Hikers climbing in a remote corner of the park stumble across a human skull. Police and investigators from the LA Coroner's office are called to the scene. Was this a hiker who had gone missing? Or the work of a killer?

Thu 24th August

Missing Persons Unit

Ronda Clever vanishes from her Missouri neighbourhood during her daily morning jog. With help from an eyewitness, local authorities pinpoint Clever's last known location - a bridge located along her jogging route. Evidence recovered at the scene points to an abduction. Racing the clock, police mobilise a massive search of the surrounding area, but it turns up nothing. The ensuing three year investigation would uncover a mysterious pick up truck, a secret storage unit and another missing woman.

Thu 24th August

Cops

Sgt R Ragili of the Palm Beach, FL, County Sheriff's Office conducts a reverse-prostitution sting designed to capture suspected "johns." Deputy Lisa Whiddon poses as prostitute in an attempt to attract interested clients. The first suspicious "john" is taken into custody after offering Deputy Whiddon $10 for oral sex.

Thu 24th August

The FBI Files

Two couples found themselves on the same deserted island paradise. But only one couple left alive. Buck Walker and Stephanie Sterns arrived in Hawaii on the Sea Wind, which belonged to the missing couple, Mac and Muff Graham. Buck and Stephanie were arrested and served time for boat theft. But years later, bones were discovered on the deserted island and identified as the remains of Muff Graham. FBI forensic experts testified as to the nature of the bones, the sex of the victim and the injuries that led to her death. Buck Walker was convicted of murder and Stephanie Sterns acquitted in what became known as one of the FBI's most complex and high-profile cases.

Thu 24th August

Cops

(New Orleans, LA-Disturbance Call) 8th District - Officer Patrick Rose and Leon Benoit III respond to the call of drunk, violent guy at a bar on Decatur St. A black guy is sitting at a table in a Bob Marley Exodus shirt grooving to the music and being crazy. He won't listen to the police so they spray him in the face with tons of mace to no avail. Officer Blake Munster helps out and make the man drop his glass. He then goes into the bathroom and does karate moves.

Thu 24th August

Judge Rinder: Crime Stories

In September, 1974, 17-year-old Stephen Downing discovered the naked body of Wendy Sewell in Bakewell Cemetery. She had been badly beaten but was still alive. Stephen was taken in for questioning but when Wendy died, Stephen was charged with murder. Journalist Don Hale campaigned for Stephen's release and Downing was released on appeal in 2001 after 27 years in prison, making his case the longest miscarriage of justice in Britain.

Thu 24th August

Tragedy in Amish Country

It seemed like a virus spreading across the United States: Gunfire erupting at schools - and innocent children were being victimised from Jonesboro, Arkansas to Littleton, Colorado. If there was any place in America where one could feel safe from that turmoil, surely it was in the bucolic farmlands of central Pennsylvania, among the Amish religious community that had largely turned its back on the ways of the modern world. But on October 2, 2006, a lone gunman named Charles Roberts entered a one-room Amish schoolhouse in Lancaster County, ultimately killing five young girls and wounding several others. In this harrowing special, we will trace the collision course that evolved between Roberts and the Amish community and reveal how a little known heartbreak that had occurred in the gunman's life years before helped to spark a national tragedy.

Thu 24th August

Cops

A routine traffic stop becomes an off-road chase through a residential area. Officers find a runaway suspect hiding in a closet. A domestic dispute erupts over food.

Thu 24th August

Court Justice: Sydney

Drink driving is an endemic problem around the world and in NSW alone 20,000 people are charged with the offence. Magistrates in Sydney's busiest court have minimal tolerance for drink drivers, especially for repeat offenders. This time, three drink drivers suffer the consequences of their actions.

Thu 24th August

Britain's Darkest Taboos

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

Thu 24th August

Crime Investigation Australia

On 27 November, 1987, 12 year old Noosa school girl, Sian Kingi was grabbed off her push bike by Valmae Fay Beck and Barrie John Watts as she rode home from school. Beck and Watts gagged the innocent, terrified child. Watts then raped and bashed her. He then callously, and without remorse, cut her throat while his cowardly wife and mother of six watched on. Six days later, a fruit picker discovered Sian's mutilated body, still dressed in her Year Seven Sunshine Beach School uniform, in a creek bed. The hunt for the killers and their arrest was led by Bob Atkinson, now Queensland's police commissioner. As a result of thorough and dedicated police work by Queensland detectives, and in concert with New South Wales police, Beck and Watts were located hiding in a motel at Long Jetty on the NSW Central Coast a few weeks later.

Thu 24th August

Noon

Judge Rinder: Crime Stories

In September, 1974, 17-year-old Stephen Downing discovered the naked body of Wendy Sewell in Bakewell Cemetery. She had been badly beaten but was still alive. Stephen was taken in for questioning but when Wendy died, Stephen was charged with murder. Journalist Don Hale campaigned for Stephen's release and Downing was released on appeal in 2001 after 27 years in prison, making his case the longest miscarriage of justice in Britain.

Thu 24th August

Facing Evil

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

Thu 24th August

Court Justice: Sydney

Drink driving is an endemic problem around the world and in NSW alone 20,000 people are charged with the offence. Magistrates in Sydney's busiest court have minimal tolerance for drink drivers, especially for repeat offenders. This time, three drink drivers suffer the consequences of their actions.

Thu 24th August

Tragedy in Amish Country

It seemed like a virus spreading across the United States: Gunfire erupting at schools - and innocent children were being victimised from Jonesboro, Arkansas to Littleton, Colorado. If there was any place in America where one could feel safe from that turmoil, surely it was in the bucolic farmlands of central Pennsylvania, among the Amish religious community that had largely turned its back on the ways of the modern world. But on October 2, 2006, a lone gunman named Charles Roberts entered a one-room Amish schoolhouse in Lancaster County, ultimately killing five young girls and wounding several others. In this harrowing special, we will trace the collision course that evolved between Roberts and the Amish community and reveal how a little known heartbreak that had occurred in the gunman's life years before helped to spark a national tragedy.

Thu 24th August

Homicide Hunter

When a group of uninvited guests crashes a birthday party in the barrio, a brawl erupts - leaving Enrique Urrutia shot dead and potentially sparking a gang war. Enrique's family is devastated at the loss of the single father, and their grief only deepens when Enrique's first cousin is found shot dead within a matter of hours. To end the violence and restore order to the community he swore to protect, Lt Joe Kenda must crack an unwritten code of silence and bring Enrique's killer to justice.

Thu 24th August

Britain's Darkest Taboos

Rana Faruqui's former boyfriend, Stephen Griffiths, refused to accept that their relationship, which had only lasted a few months, was over and that Rana wanted nothing more to do with him. He stalked her for several weeks and on August 2, 2003, he stabbed her to death with an eight inch serrated hunting blade. Rana was in a field fetching her horse in for the night when she was attacked and repeatedly stabbed. Griffiths was jailed for life but is eligible for parole in 2017. Rana's mother, Carol Faruqui, and siblings, Simon and Gemma, tell us about their sense of injustice, and former Detective Superintendent David Swindle and psychologist Emma Kenny analyse the extent of Griffiths' controlling nature and what drove him to murder Rana.

Thu 24th August

The FBI Files

He wandered the streets of New York City wearing only pajamas and a bathrobe, but the FBI was convinced that Vince Gigante, the reputed boss of the Genovese crime family, was anything but crazy. The FBI used undercover surveillance, secret audio tapes, six mobsters who turned government informant and the testimony of 12 FBI agents to help convict Gigante of murder and murder conspiracy, including a plot to kill rival mob boss John Gotti.

Thu 24th August

Evening

Cops

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

Thu 24th August

Cops

(Jacksonville, FL - 3:18 PM Narcotic Sting Briefing) Narcotics Unit Sgt. Randy White talks about a buy/bust operation and they call up a dealer whom Detective Linda Morgan has his number from a previous deal. They meet in a park in a blue truck with an ATV in the back. They jump the two black dealers who know nothing about any drugs. One guy starts swallowing the drugs and they get him to spit it out.

Thu 24th August

The Hunt With John Walsh

Iowa, 2003: Guillermo Madrigal Ballesteros is suspected of letting 11 undocumented immigrants perish in an overheated rail car. The accused human trafficker then goes on the run from authorities.

Thu 24th August

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the chilling tales of those who unwittingly take up residence within a stone's throw of a psycho or a killer. Through first-person testimony, combined with archival material and recreations, each episode explores the neighbourly nightmare, revealing the story day-by-day and week-by-week, as events first get creepy, then menacing, before ending in outright terror. With the intense psychological fear of Pacific Heights and the eerie dramatic build of Rear Window, this program will have you double-bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and thinking twice about knocking next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Jean Pierre Villar and his family move to the paradise of Longboat Key, Florida from New Jersey to live the life of their dreams. Unfortunately, the family soon gets into conflict with their neighbour, Holli Bodner, over minor issues such as children's toys left on her lawn and dog droppings left on his. Things take an extreme turn when Holli, using her privileged access to court records, discovers that her neighbour is in fact a violent criminal who has pled guilty to such charges as domestic battery and abuse. It's a terrifying revelation and a case of mistaken identity. Holli has the wrong man, but it's too late to turn back. Determined to drive him from the neighbourhood, she pulls out all the stops to have JP put away for a forced mental evaluation. When police come to arrest him after his delicate back surgery, it sets off a tragic chain of events that will devastate everyone involved.

Thu 24th August

Murder Made Me Famous

Jim Jones was the cult leader and founder of the People's Temple. Known for his extreme beliefs on Christianity, socialist politics, and racial equality, Jones is infamous for the mass murder-suicide he led of 909 of his followers in Jonestown, Guyana. Urging his followers to drink a cyanide-laced punch as a sign of loyalty, the 1978 event resulted in the greatest single loss of American lives before 9/11.

Thu 24th August

Homicide Hunter

When thirteen-year-old PJ Grant is found dead from a single gunshot wound to the head, detectives assume he took his own life. But when the physical evidence doesn't quite support that theory, Lt. Joe Kenda turns his eye on the two boys who called 911. Detectives question the parents of the teenagers, probing deeper and deeper into their lives. But it isn't until Kenda pays a visit to their high school that the doors open up to a world of possibilities, from hatred to human sacrifice.

Thu 24th August

Court Justice: Sydney

Drink driving is an endemic problem around the world and in NSW alone 20,000 people are charged with the offence. Magistrates in Sydney's busiest court have minimal tolerance for drink drivers, especially for repeat offenders. This time, three drink drivers suffer the consequences of their actions.

Fri 25th August

Morning

Facing Evil

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

Fri 25th August

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the chilling tales of those who unwittingly take up residence within a stone's throw of a psycho or a killer. Through first-person testimony, combined with archival material and recreations, each episode explores the neighbourly nightmare, revealing the story day-by-day and week-by-week, as events first get creepy, then menacing, before ending in outright terror. With the intense psychological fear of Pacific Heights and the eerie dramatic build of Rear Window, this program will have you double-bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and thinking twice about knocking next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Jean Pierre Villar and his family move to the paradise of Longboat Key, Florida from New Jersey to live the life of their dreams. Unfortunately, the family soon gets into conflict with their neighbour, Holli Bodner, over minor issues such as children's toys left on her lawn and dog droppings left on his. Things take an extreme turn when Holli, using her privileged access to court records, discovers that her neighbour is in fact a violent criminal who has pled guilty to such charges as domestic battery and abuse. It's a terrifying revelation and a case of mistaken identity. Holli has the wrong man, but it's too late to turn back. Determined to drive him from the neighbourhood, she pulls out all the stops to have JP put away for a forced mental evaluation. When police come to arrest him after his delicate back surgery, it sets off a tragic chain of events that will devastate everyone involved.

Fri 25th August

Murder Made Me Famous

Jim Jones was the cult leader and founder of the People's Temple. Known for his extreme beliefs on Christianity, socialist politics, and racial equality, Jones is infamous for the mass murder-suicide he led of 909 of his followers in Jonestown, Guyana. Urging his followers to drink a cyanide-laced punch as a sign of loyalty, the 1978 event resulted in the greatest single loss of American lives before 9/11.

Fri 25th August

Forensic Files

Cindy Morris reported to the police that her mother, Ruby was missing after not showing up for a shopping trip. Ruby's husband Earl became a suspect once blood samples were found in the bathroom leading police to believe Ruby had suffered a severe blow to the head. Further investigation led to Earl's boat that had been taken out and never returned. There had been a report of a boat that caught fire and sank. Police were able to determine that the boat belonged to Earl after reviewing footage from a TV crew and photographs from the Coast Guard. Earl claimed his wife had committed suicide but was quickly indicted by the jury who saw through his lies.

Fri 25th August

Cops

(Jacksonville, FL - 3:18 PM Narcotic Sting Briefing) Narcotics Unit Sgt. Randy White talks about a buy/bust operation and they call up a dealer whom Detective Linda Morgan has his number from a previous deal. They meet in a park in a blue truck with an ATV in the back. They jump the two black dealers who know nothing about any drugs. One guy starts swallowing the drugs and they get him to spit it out.

Fri 25th August

World's Wildest Police Videos

This is the fast paced reality show featuring caught-on-tape criminals and the officers who take them down. Hosted by Sheriff John Bunnell, this program gathers footage of law enforcement personnel from across the country and around the world as they face the most dangerous pursuits, the most frightening shootouts, and the most extreme lawbreakers to ever challenge police, and put them in their place to keep our streets safe.

Fri 25th August

North Mission Road

In July of 1988, 71-year-old Hollywood actress Myra Davis was found dead in her home. It appeared that someone had killed her, but no one was ever charged and the case was filed away. Ten years later, just a few miles from Davis' home, 60-year-old Jean Orloff was also found dead in her apartment. An autopsy determined the cause of death was far from natural causes - she had been strangled. With the help of a tip, investigators were able to find Jean Orloff's murderer and using DNA tests they proved that the same man had killed Myra Davis 10 years earlier.

Fri 25th August

Missing Persons Unit

Denise Bolser's husband arrives home from work to find his wife missing and a ransom note taped to their refrigerator. Knowing that every passing hour in a kidnapping case is crucial, police immediately begin tracking Bolser's final known movements, set up surveillance, install phone taps and put out an all points bulletin. But hours turn to days, and days slip into weeks. With each passing year the chance of finding Denise Bolser gets slimmer and slimmer until nearly all hope is lost. For nearly two decades, dogged detectives refuse to give up on the case in the hopes of finding some form of closure for Bolser's family. But they're stunned by what they actually end up finding.

Fri 25th August

Cops

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

Fri 25th August

The FBI Files

He wandered the streets of New York City wearing only pajamas and a bathrobe, but the FBI was convinced that Vince Gigante, the reputed boss of the Genovese crime family, was anything but crazy. The FBI used undercover surveillance, secret audio tapes, six mobsters who turned government informant and the testimony of 12 FBI agents to help convict Gigante of murder and murder conspiracy, including a plot to kill rival mob boss John Gotti.

Fri 25th August

Cops

(Jacksonville, FL - 3:18 PM Narcotic Sting Briefing) Narcotics Unit Sgt. Randy White talks about a buy/bust operation and they call up a dealer whom Detective Linda Morgan has his number from a previous deal. They meet in a park in a blue truck with an ATV in the back. They jump the two black dealers who know nothing about any drugs. One guy starts swallowing the drugs and they get him to spit it out.

Fri 25th August

The Hunt With John Walsh

Iowa, 2003: Guillermo Madrigal Ballesteros is suspected of letting 11 undocumented immigrants perish in an overheated rail car. The accused human trafficker then goes on the run from authorities.

Fri 25th August

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the chilling tales of those who unwittingly take up residence within a stone's throw of a psycho or a killer. Through first-person testimony, combined with archival material and recreations, each episode explores the neighbourly nightmare, revealing the story day-by-day and week-by-week, as events first get creepy, then menacing, before ending in outright terror. With the intense psychological fear of Pacific Heights and the eerie dramatic build of Rear Window, this program will have you double-bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and thinking twice about knocking next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Jean Pierre Villar and his family move to the paradise of Longboat Key, Florida from New Jersey to live the life of their dreams. Unfortunately, the family soon gets into conflict with their neighbour, Holli Bodner, over minor issues such as children's toys left on her lawn and dog droppings left on his. Things take an extreme turn when Holli, using her privileged access to court records, discovers that her neighbour is in fact a violent criminal who has pled guilty to such charges as domestic battery and abuse. It's a terrifying revelation and a case of mistaken identity. Holli has the wrong man, but it's too late to turn back. Determined to drive him from the neighbourhood, she pulls out all the stops to have JP put away for a forced mental evaluation. When police come to arrest him after his delicate back surgery, it sets off a tragic chain of events that will devastate everyone involved.

Fri 25th August

Murder Made Me Famous

Jim Jones was the cult leader and founder of the People's Temple. Known for his extreme beliefs on Christianity, socialist politics, and racial equality, Jones is infamous for the mass murder-suicide he led of 909 of his followers in Jonestown, Guyana. Urging his followers to drink a cyanide-laced punch as a sign of loyalty, the 1978 event resulted in the greatest single loss of American lives before 9/11.

Fri 25th August

Britain's Darkest Taboos

Rana Faruqui's former boyfriend, Stephen Griffiths, refused to accept that their relationship, which had only lasted a few months, was over and that Rana wanted nothing more to do with him. He stalked her for several weeks and on August 2, 2003, he stabbed her to death with an eight inch serrated hunting blade. Rana was in a field fetching her horse in for the night when she was attacked and repeatedly stabbed. Griffiths was jailed for life but is eligible for parole in 2017. Rana's mother, Carol Faruqui, and siblings, Simon and Gemma, tell us about their sense of injustice, and former Detective Superintendent David Swindle and psychologist Emma Kenny analyse the extent of Griffiths' controlling nature and what drove him to murder Rana.

Fri 25th August

Crime Investigation Australia

Rodney Francis Cameron was dubbed The Lonely Hearts Killer after he used a radio matchmaking programme in 1990 to lure an unsuspecting woman to her death. Incredibly, he had only just been released from prison for two other killings in 1974. Cameron's psychopathic tendencies appeared early in his life. At the age of 10 he tried to strangle a young girl. He then attempted to strangle two other women and moved into a life of alcohol and drug abuse, including experimenting with hallucinogenic chemicals. He also dabbled in Satanism.

Fri 25th August

Noon

The Hunt With John Walsh

Iowa, 2003: Guillermo Madrigal Ballesteros is suspected of letting 11 undocumented immigrants perish in an overheated rail car. The accused human trafficker then goes on the run from authorities.

Fri 25th August

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the chilling tales of those who unwittingly take up residence within a stone's throw of a psycho or a killer. Through first-person testimony, combined with archival material and recreations, each episode explores the neighbourly nightmare, revealing the story day-by-day and week-by-week, as events first get creepy, then menacing, before ending in outright terror. With the intense psychological fear of Pacific Heights and the eerie dramatic build of Rear Window, this program will have you double-bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and thinking twice about knocking next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Jean Pierre Villar and his family move to the paradise of Longboat Key, Florida from New Jersey to live the life of their dreams. Unfortunately, the family soon gets into conflict with their neighbour, Holli Bodner, over minor issues such as children's toys left on her lawn and dog droppings left on his. Things take an extreme turn when Holli, using her privileged access to court records, discovers that her neighbour is in fact a violent criminal who has pled guilty to such charges as domestic battery and abuse. It's a terrifying revelation and a case of mistaken identity. Holli has the wrong man, but it's too late to turn back. Determined to drive him from the neighbourhood, she pulls out all the stops to have JP put away for a forced mental evaluation. When police come to arrest him after his delicate back surgery, it sets off a tragic chain of events that will devastate everyone involved.

Fri 25th August

Murder Made Me Famous

Jim Jones was the cult leader and founder of the People's Temple. Known for his extreme beliefs on Christianity, socialist politics, and racial equality, Jones is infamous for the mass murder-suicide he led of 909 of his followers in Jonestown, Guyana. Urging his followers to drink a cyanide-laced punch as a sign of loyalty, the 1978 event resulted in the greatest single loss of American lives before 9/11.

Fri 25th August

Homicide Hunter

When thirteen-year-old PJ Grant is found dead from a single gunshot wound to the head, detectives assume he took his own life. But when the physical evidence doesn't quite support that theory, Lt. Joe Kenda turns his eye on the two boys who called 911. Detectives question the parents of the teenagers, probing deeper and deeper into their lives. But it isn't until Kenda pays a visit to their high school that the doors open up to a world of possibilities, from hatred to human sacrifice.

Fri 25th August

Britain's Darkest Taboos

Christine Chambers found the courage to leave her violent partner David Oakes and to fight for custody of their two-year-old daughter, Shania. But on June 6, 2011, Oakes turns up at her home unannounced, forces her to strip and subjects her to a degrading attack, torturing her and telling her "If I can't have you, no one else will". The attack culminates in Oakes shooting dead both Christine and their daughter, two-year-old Shania, at point blank range. Oakes is sentenced to life in jail and is told he will never be released - but two years into his sentence he dies of cancer. Christine's sister tells us how she feels cheated of justice, and former Detective Superintendent David Swindle and psychologist Emma Kenny examine the disturbing details of this horrific double murder.

Fri 25th August

The FBI Files

The rapes and murders of 10 women near Tampa, Florida in 1984 had the authorities puzzled and the community scared. Since the beginning the FBI had been analysing the crime scene evidence and came up with a common link - red trilobal carpet fibres. But there was no suspect, until one of the killer's potential victims survived. Through her interviews and the cooperation of local authorities and the FBI, 31-year-old Bobby Joe Long emerged as the prime suspect. Fibres from his car and those found on the lone survivor matched those at the crime scenes. Long was convicted on eight of the rape and murders.

Fri 25th August

Evening

Cops

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

Fri 25th August

Cops

(New Orleans, LA-Suspicious Activity) 6th District Task Force. Officers Bryan Lewis and Melvin Williams like being in the task force because it's different. They see three black men on a corner including Larry who are dealing drugs in front of a store. They catch them and Larry struggles and has a crack pipe on him even though he just got out of jail.

Fri 25th August

Cops

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

Fri 25th August

Court Justice: Sydney

Drink driving is an endemic problem around the world and in NSW alone 20,000 people are charged with the offence. Magistrates in Sydney's busiest court have minimal tolerance for drink drivers, especially for repeat offenders. This time, three drink drivers suffer the consequences of their actions.

Fri 25th August

They Took Our Child: We Got Her Back

This is a documentary series about the true life stories of child abduction survivors and how their families fought against the odds to bring their child home alive. In an inspirational finale the survivor is reunited with an individual who played a major part in their rescue. In this episode, Katie shares her story of grit and tenacity when she was kidnapped at the age of twelve and an entire community came together to find her and bring her home safe.

Fri 25th August

Killer Kids

This program provides an in-depth profile of the lives of kids who kill. What can possibly motivate kids to commit criminal acts and even murder? From hate crimes to gang initiations, murders of family members to occult ceremonies, each case in the series exposes different motives and methods of murders by children. When an abusive father becomes a casualty of his own hate, his 10-year old son becomes the youngest victim of the state's judicial system in an incredible story where the truth is unclear and everyone is pointing fingers. After a serial killer stalks a small town on a killing spree, police set a risky trap using one of his surviving victims as bait. But when the identity of the killer is revealed, it shocks even the most seasoned detective.

Fri 25th August

Homicide Hunter

It's New Year's Eve weekend, and Colorado Springs is in the midst of revelry when Miguel Mendez is found beaten to death in the parking lot of a convenience store. Lt Joe Kenda faces a challenging investigation, his only clues coming from a drunken witness and a series of unusual wounds found on the victim at the autopsy. But with hard work and a dash of luck, Kenda and his detectives are able to track down the right people and apply pressure until the case is cracked.

Fri 25th August

Louisiana Lockdown

Every inmate wants a shot at freedom, but 90% of prisoners will die in Angola. For many, the rodeo is their one chance each year to feel free. As the final rodeo approaches, every man is vying to be the season's champion and win the title of 'All-round cowboy'. Aubrey Sikes, a young war veteran and rodeo rookie goes head to head with Myron Smith, the defending champion. Meanwhile James Woods, an inmate incarcerated for bank robbery, gets the news that he's been granted an early release and will go free. And the Angola's staff comes to terms with their own life sentences.

Sat 26th August

Morning

The Haunting Of

Actor Harry Lennix (The Blacklist, Dollhouse, The Matrix Reloaded) returns to the notoriously haunted hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas where he experienced a terrifying supernatural possession, leaving him in fear for his life. Together with psychic medium, Kim Russo, they uncover a grisly story that unexpectedly ties to Harry's life.

Sat 26th August

They Took Our Child: We Got Her Back

This is a documentary series about the true life stories of child abduction survivors and how their families fought against the odds to bring their child home alive. In an inspirational finale the survivor is reunited with an individual who played a major part in their rescue. In this episode, Katie shares her story of grit and tenacity when she was kidnapped at the age of twelve and an entire community came together to find her and bring her home safe.

Sat 26th August

Forensic Files

Peggy Carr developed mysterious flu symptoms that no doctor was able to diagnose until a neurologist noticed her ailments were similar to that of a person poisoned by Thallium. Pye Carr instantly became a prime suspect when the poison eventually killed his wife Peggy. Although there were traces of the poison around Pye's belongings the FBI did not feel Pye matched the psychological profile of the killer. Instead, they turned their attention to the Carr's next door neighbour who had an extensive chemistry background and even used Thallium poisoning as an example in a MENSA Murder Mystery Weekend that he hosted. The motive for the killing? The neighbour felt the Carrs were listening to their radio too loudly.

Sat 26th August

Cops

(New Orleans, LA-Suspicious Activity) 6th District Task Force. Officers Bryan Lewis and Melvin Williams like being in the task force because it's different. They see three black men on a corner including Larry who are dealing drugs in front of a store. They catch them and Larry struggles and has a crack pipe on him even though he just got out of jail.

Sat 26th August

World's Wildest Police Videos

This is the fast paced reality show featuring caught-on-tape criminals and the officers who take them down. Hosted by Sheriff John Bunnell, this program gathers footage of law enforcement personnel from across the country and around the world as they face the most dangerous pursuits, the most frightening shootouts, and the most extreme lawbreakers to ever challenge police, and put them in their place to keep our streets safe.

Sat 26th August

North Mission Road

In the summer of 1998, an Encino resident was walking through a wooded field in Balboa Park and discovered some skeletal remains. The police were called but were unable to identify the victim. The investigation was stymied until a husband and wife team of investigators took up the case. After a relentless pursuit they discovered the victim's identity - Jerry DeGraw. But they couldn't find any family members who were still alive. As a last resort, the investigators contacted the LA Times and it was their story that helped them locate one of the last remaining members of DeGraw's family. The case of Jerry DeGraw was finally and officially closed.

Sat 26th August

Missing Persons Unit

A man about to get married disappears without a trace. Extensive police searches yield nothing, and the whereabouts of the missing man remain a mystery. But then, a dark secret changes the whole investigation. Can police find him before its too late?

Sat 26th August

Cops

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

Sat 26th August

The FBI Files

The rapes and murders of 10 women near Tampa, Florida in 1984 had the authorities puzzled and the community scared. Since the beginning the FBI had been analysing the crime scene evidence and came up with a common link - red trilobal carpet fibres. But there was no suspect, until one of the killer's potential victims survived. Through her interviews and the cooperation of local authorities and the FBI, 31-year-old Bobby Joe Long emerged as the prime suspect. Fibres from his car and those found on the lone survivor matched those at the crime scenes. Long was convicted on eight of the rape and murders.

Sat 26th August

Cops

(New Orleans, LA-Suspicious Activity) 6th District Task Force. Officers Bryan Lewis and Melvin Williams like being in the task force because it's different. They see three black men on a corner including Larry who are dealing drugs in front of a store. They catch them and Larry struggles and has a crack pipe on him even though he just got out of jail.

Sat 26th August

They Took Our Child: We Got Her Back

This is a documentary series about the true life stories of child abduction survivors and how their families fought against the odds to bring their child home alive. In an inspirational finale the survivor is reunited with an individual who played a major part in their rescue. In this episode, Katie shares her story of grit and tenacity when she was kidnapped at the age of twelve and an entire community came together to find her and bring her home safe.

Sat 26th August

Louisiana Lockdown

Every inmate wants a shot at freedom, but 90% of prisoners will die in Angola. For many, the rodeo is their one chance each year to feel free. As the final rodeo approaches, every man is vying to be the season's champion and win the title of 'All-round cowboy'. Aubrey Sikes, a young war veteran and rodeo rookie goes head to head with Myron Smith, the defending champion. Meanwhile James Woods, an inmate incarcerated for bank robbery, gets the news that he's been granted an early release and will go free. And the Angola's staff comes to terms with their own life sentences.

Sat 26th August

Killer Kids

This program provides an in-depth profile of the lives of kids who kill. What can possibly motivate kids to commit criminal acts and even murder? From hate crimes to gang initiations, murders of family members to occult ceremonies, each case in the series exposes different motives and methods of murders by children. When an abusive father becomes a casualty of his own hate, his 10-year old son becomes the youngest victim of the state's judicial system in an incredible story where the truth is unclear and everyone is pointing fingers. After a serial killer stalks a small town on a killing spree, police set a risky trap using one of his surviving victims as bait. But when the identity of the killer is revealed, it shocks even the most seasoned detective.

Sat 26th August

Britain's Darkest Taboos

Christine Chambers found the courage to leave her violent partner David Oakes and to fight for custody of their two-year-old daughter, Shania. But on June 6, 2011, Oakes turns up at her home unannounced, forces her to strip and subjects her to a degrading attack, torturing her and telling her "If I can't have you, no one else will". The attack culminates in Oakes shooting dead both Christine and their daughter, two-year-old Shania, at point blank range. Oakes is sentenced to life in jail and is told he will never be released - but two years into his sentence he dies of cancer. Christine's sister tells us how she feels cheated of justice, and former Detective Superintendent David Swindle and psychologist Emma Kenny examine the disturbing details of this horrific double murder.

Sat 26th August

Crime Investigation Australia

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

Sat 26th August

Noon

They Took Our Child: We Got Her Back

This is a documentary series about the true life stories of child abduction survivors and how their families fought against the odds to bring their child home alive. In an inspirational finale the survivor is reunited with an individual who played a major part in their rescue. In this episode, Katie shares her story of grit and tenacity when she was kidnapped at the age of twelve and an entire community came together to find her and bring her home safe.

Sat 26th August

On the Case

For Patsy and Jeff Lasserre, December 18th, 2005, began like any other day in. Patsy headed off to work while Jeff enjoyed a day off. But that evening Patsy never came home. Jeff called the Wal-Mart store to find out if Patsy had been working late but his concern escalated into terror when he learned his wife had clocked out more than three hours earlier. Jeff and his step son Paul searched the dark roadways near their home all night hoping to find Patsy. By daybreak they contacted police and filed a missing person's report. Two days after her disappearance a helicopter pilot discovered Patsy's SUV and saw what looked like a woman's body lying alongside of it. When police arrived at the scene they confirmed everyone's worst fears. Patsy had been strangled to death. Her battered body and SUV left hidden on a remote logging road. There were no signs of a robbery and the evidence led police to suspect that Patsy Lasserre knew her killer.

Sat 26th August

On the Case

In the pre-dawn hours of May 24th 1994 an unsuspecting bicycle patrol officer on his regular rounds, made a shocking discovery. As he moved his flashlight across a dark parking lot it illuminated the leg of a badly beaten young woman. She was half naked and covered in blood. The officer immediately contacted headquarters and a team of investigators were dispatched to the scene. As the seasoned detectives processed the area they were disturbed by what they found. The woman had been stomped repeatedly on the head and then raped. Her body was posed in a way that was meant to degrade his victim. The blood stained palm prints on the walls led police to a tattered purse. Inside was the answer to the case's first mystery. The victim was 27-year-old Michele McGrath. As police raced to bring the ruthless killer to justice, a shadow of fear descended on the tourist town. Was the vicious killer someone close to Michelle or was a serial killer hiding in the darkness?

Sat 26th August

On the Case

Fred Romano received a panicked phone call from his son in law, Keith Garvin. Keith was at his Navy Base four hours away and he was unable to reach Fred's daughter, Dawn on the phone. Fred immediately headed over to the couple's apartment to check on his daughter. When he arrived, the front door was ajar, the lights were on, the television was blaring and the couple's dog was running through the apartment barking. Fred's 20-year-old daughter lay naked on her bed, her face covered by a blood stained shirt. Homicide investigators determined she had been shot twice in the head and sexually assaulted. Two weeks later a second woman would meet the same fate. Her naked body was discovered by passing commuters on the side of a busy roadway. But this time the killer left a trail of clues for police to follow. An interstate manhunt was launched for an unlikely suspect. Would investigators be able to bring him to justice before he struck again?

Sat 26th August

Cops

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

Sat 26th August

Court Justice: Sydney

Drink driving is an endemic problem around the world and in NSW alone 20,000 people are charged with the offence. Magistrates in Sydney's busiest court have minimal tolerance for drink drivers, especially for repeat offenders. This time, three drink drivers suffer the consequences of their actions.

Sat 26th August

The Hunt With John Walsh

Florida, 2013: convicted drunk driver Christopher Ponce removes his tracking device and vanishes. Montana, 2012: David Burgert, a troubled ex-Marine turned survivalist, fires on police and vanishes into the woods without a trace.

Sat 26th August

Evening

Deadly Women

Not every woman's heart is filled with love and light. Deadly women often carry much darker desires within. A dance teacher waltzes her way to financial gain; a farmer's daughter sows a murderous seed; and a lonely heart spawns a damaged mind. For these pitiless women, romance truly is dead, because they possess dark hearts.

Sat 26th August

My Crazy Ex

When a woman falls for her florist, she thinks love is in bloom, but is he interested in her, or not? A man is seduced by his maid and finds she's using her cleaning duties for some dirty work.

Sat 26th August

Fatal Vows

Ed is a retired pilot whose sense of adventure is reawakened by a seaside encounter with the much-younger Denise. The couple sets up an idyllic life on a boat in a Florida marina, until a sudden change in fortune rocks the couple's romantic seas forever.

Sat 26th August

The Modern British Slave Trade

A unique insight into the hidden world of modern slavery in the UK, seen through the eyes of people trapped in forced labour and the investigators who are trying to tackle this criminal industry.

Sat 26th August

Juvenile Lifers

In the USA 2572 juveniles have been sentenced to life with no possibility of parole, a sentence considered as a human rights violation. Can a group of voluntary lawyers offer these youngsters new hope? With access to Duval County Jail, this film highlights the shocking case of Cristian Fernandez, a 12-year-old with a baby face charged with the murder of his two-year-old brother, David. Without a lawyer present, he confessed to pushing his brother twice against a bookshelf, without any intent. That's not how the State of Florida saw it. Cristian now faces the highest felony charge. Awaiting trial, he spent weeks in solitary confinement. This intolerable situation convinced a team of private lawyers to offer their services. Does a recent case in Alabama offer hope to juvenile lifers? The prisoner in question, Terence Graham, gives his first interview.

Sat 26th August

The Truth About Webcam Girls

Baring all online take a peek into the secretive world of adult webcamming. These young women attracted by the promise of easy money fulfil an array of male fantasies. All over the world, women aged 18 to 80 are signing up to work as online webcam models. Working from the comfort of their own bedrooms, they offer one-on-one access to hundreds of thousands of men. The most successful girls can charge over 5 pounds a minute, making more in an hour than many earn in a week. 25-year-old ex-pornstar Sammie hopes to make enough money to go to college. 24-year-old Carla says life as a webcam performer has taught her a lot about men and their secret desires, but her job makes it harder to find the right man. Just how far will these girls go to boost their careers?

Sun 27th August

Morning

The Haunting Of

Orange Is The New Black's Alysia Reiner begs for psychic medium Kim Russo's help in confronting spirits in her Harlem brownstone that are terrorising her young daughter.

Sun 27th August

My Dirty Little Secret

Kay and Nick Parsons are a young couple with a very bright future in front of them. Growing tired of life on the road due to Nick's military career, the couple has decided to establish a more stable life in the suburban community of Grovetown, Georgia. With a young son, a new job for Nick as a contractor, and Stacy finding local work as a secretary, everything is going according to plan. But on March 25, 2009, a local handyman comes by the house to find a shocking scene. The scene looks like a burglary, and a trail of blood leads to Kay's body. Police immediately start investigating, speaking to the surrounding neighbours, but the more they uncover, the more questions they're left with. Someone has been leading a secret double life, and detectives will uncover a web of lies that extends beyond the Parsons home. The seemingly upstanding citizens of this quaint suburban neighbourhood will be stunned at the depth of the secrets uncovered in their community.

Sun 27th August

The Will: Family Secrets Revealed

We follow the emotional and intimate journey as the final wishes of the deceased are revealed to those left behind. Whether it is through the explicit final wishes listed in one's will, or the debatable desires of someone who dies without a will, the drama that unfolds is captivating.

Sun 27th August

My Crazy Ex

When a woman falls for her florist, she thinks love is in bloom, but is he interested in her, or not? A man is seduced by his maid and finds she's using her cleaning duties for some dirty work.

Sun 27th August

Fatal Vows

Ed is a retired pilot whose sense of adventure is reawakened by a seaside encounter with the much-younger Denise. The couple sets up an idyllic life on a boat in a Florida marina, until a sudden change in fortune rocks the couple's romantic seas forever.

Sun 27th August

Deadly Women

Not every woman's heart is filled with love and light. Deadly women often carry much darker desires within. A dance teacher waltzes her way to financial gain; a farmer's daughter sows a murderous seed; and a lonely heart spawns a damaged mind. For these pitiless women, romance truly is dead, because they possess dark hearts.

Sun 27th August

Suburban Secrets

The tight-knit community of Marion, Virginia is rocked when one of its own is found murdered. From the first moments of the investigation, it seems that Anna Jean Anderson was the victim of a routine robbery gone horribly wrong. Investigators track down leads, with residents of this peaceful town left wondering who could do something so atrocious to a citizen of Marion.

Sun 27th August

Body of Evidence

When police found Rolf Backer's shrimp boat run aground in Key West, Florida, they knew something was very wrong. There was no one on board, but traces of blood led investigators to suspect foul play. Backer had just hired a new first mate, Ricky Flowers, who was quickly located, but Rolf Backer had disappeared. At first, investigators thought they might have an insurance fraud attempt on their hands. But Dayle Hinman FDLE profiler would prove otherwise.

Sun 27th August

Crime Stories

When a beautiful mother of two-year-old quadruplets is killed by a stranger, police are stumped. A complicated investigation eventually narrows in on her millionaire ex-husband. But it becomes a battle of wits when he takes his case to the media, and police turn to forensics.

Sun 27th August

Crime Stories

Go inside Pelican Bay, considered one of this country's most dangerous maximum security prisons. CI goes inside to follow Pelican Bay's elite security unit, prison police who must come face to face with the most violent criminals in one of the toughest environments imaginable.

Sun 27th August

The Hunt With John Walsh

Florida, 2013: convicted drunk driver Christopher Ponce removes his tracking device and vanishes. Montana, 2012: David Burgert, a troubled ex-Marine turned survivalist, fires on police and vanishes into the woods without a trace.

Sun 27th August

Surviving Evil

Charisma Carpenter, best known for her role as Cordelia Chase on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off Angel, is the host of Surviving Evil, featuring dramatically compelling and emotional stories of victims who fought back against their attackers and, against amazing odds, survived. Carpenter is the survivor of a real-life incident that she endured more than 20 years ago. The actress and two friends were swimming at San Diego's Torrey Pines State Beach in 1991 when they were violently attacked by an armed, rogue police officer. Carpenter fought for her survival after being held at gunpoint, but her two friends were both shot by the attacker and seriously wounded. The police officer was sentenced to 56 years in prison for the attacks in addition to a series of rapes and robberies. The Tiede family has been preparing the ultimate Christmas getaway at their mountain cabin in Summit County, Utah. But when they arrive, their dream holiday quickly turns into a nightmare. Two violent criminals, a Satan worshipper and a convicted arsonist, have ransacked the home. And now they're lurking in the shadows prepared to unleash unimaginable violence. At gunpoint, they hold the traumatised Tiede family hostage, and it's not long before they've killed Mum and Grandma, and left Dad for dead. After setting the cabin on fire, the killers then abduct the Tiede sisters, taking them first by snowmobile and then in their father's car, on a terrifying and desperate flight into the unknown. But the sisters aren't ready to give up. And miraculously, neither is their father.

Sun 27th August

The Modern British Slave Trade

A unique insight into the hidden world of modern slavery in the UK, seen through the eyes of people trapped in forced labour and the investigators who are trying to tackle this criminal industry.

Sun 27th August

Noon

Juvenile Lifers

In the USA 2572 juveniles have been sentenced to life with no possibility of parole, a sentence considered as a human rights violation. Can a group of voluntary lawyers offer these youngsters new hope? With access to Duval County Jail, this film highlights the shocking case of Cristian Fernandez, a 12-year-old with a baby face charged with the murder of his two-year-old brother, David. Without a lawyer present, he confessed to pushing his brother twice against a bookshelf, without any intent. That's not how the State of Florida saw it. Cristian now faces the highest felony charge. Awaiting trial, he spent weeks in solitary confinement. This intolerable situation convinced a team of private lawyers to offer their services. Does a recent case in Alabama offer hope to juvenile lifers? The prisoner in question, Terence Graham, gives his first interview.

Sun 27th August

My Crazy Ex

When a woman falls for her florist, she thinks love is in bloom, but is he interested in her, or not? A man is seduced by his maid and finds she's using her cleaning duties for some dirty work.

Sun 27th August

Fatal Vows

Ed is a retired pilot whose sense of adventure is reawakened by a seaside encounter with the much-younger Denise. The couple sets up an idyllic life on a boat in a Florida marina, until a sudden change in fortune rocks the couple's romantic seas forever.

Sun 27th August

Surviving Evil

Charisma Carpenter, best known for her role as Cordelia Chase on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off Angel, is the host of Surviving Evil, featuring dramatically compelling and emotional stories of victims who fought back against their attackers and, against amazing odds, survived. Carpenter is the survivor of a real-life incident that she endured more than 20 years ago. The actress and two friends were swimming at San Diego's Torrey Pines State Beach in 1991 when they were violently attacked by an armed, rogue police officer. Carpenter fought for her survival after being held at gunpoint, but her two friends were both shot by the attacker and seriously wounded. The police officer was sentenced to 56 years in prison for the attacks in addition to a series of rapes and robberies. The Tiede family has been preparing the ultimate Christmas getaway at their mountain cabin in Summit County, Utah. But when they arrive, their dream holiday quickly turns into a nightmare. Two violent criminals, a Satan worshipper and a convicted arsonist, have ransacked the home. And now they're lurking in the shadows prepared to unleash unimaginable violence. At gunpoint, they hold the traumatised Tiede family hostage, and it's not long before they've killed Mum and Grandma, and left Dad for dead. After setting the cabin on fire, the killers then abduct the Tiede sisters, taking them first by snowmobile and then in their father's car, on a terrifying and desperate flight into the unknown. But the sisters aren't ready to give up. And miraculously, neither is their father.

Sun 27th August

The First 48

When a young man is gunned down outside a Cincinnati nightclub, witnesses see a young man running from the scene. Detectives Doug Lindle and Matt Thompson hope one of their witnesses can identify the shooter and help them catch a killer on the run. In Miami, a pair of one-year-old twins cry helplessly in the back of a black SUV - their mother slumped over in the driver's seat, shot dead. Detectives Manny Castillo and Carlos Castellanos pursue every mysterious lead, hoping to find one that will identify their shooter.

Sun 27th August

Caught On Camera

With almost six million cameras across the UK, Britain's network of CCTV cameras is the most sophisticated in the world - revealing more shocking crime than ever before. With top technology used to scan a crime scene, there is a higher likelihood of criminals getting caught and convicted across the UK than ever before. Journalist Nick Wallis presents us with unbelievable brutality, sinister criminality and high octane smash and grab crimes. All off-set by diligent, fearless and meticulous crime fighters, catching the criminals caught on camera. With unprecedented access to much of the Met, including the police helicopter, plus councils, control rooms and security forces across the country, this series continues to paint a crime map of Britain, as well as showing you who and how crime is fought in 2015.

Sun 27th August

Evening

The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door

What happens when the family next door turns out to be one of the most notorious in the area? When neighbours get together, one woman's dream lies in tatters while a parking dispute drives one neighbour to extremes.

Sun 27th August

Court Justice: Sydney

In Australia's busiest local court, a surprising number of defendants choose to forgo a lawyer and instead represent themselves. A young driver, a homeless man and a law-abiding grandmother decide to argue against their charges without legal assistance.

Sun 27th August

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Kenton County, Kentucky, airline pilot Stephen Craven's body is found in the basement of his home. Investigators find out he's been killed by a hitman. His bored wife Adele, a mother of two, had developed an intimate relationship with family friend Rusty McIntyre and wanted to cash-in a life insurance policy. In Richmond, North Yorkshire, UK, former golf pro Andrew Jackson is beaten to death in the street. Detectives eventually discover he was killed by Cohnor Coleman, 24, the toy boy lover of Jackson's wife Sarah, 38.

Sun 27th August

Serial Killer Sunday

This series takes an in-depth look at some of the world's most prolific serial killers through the first hand accounts and testaments of the people who knew them best. Police detectives, journalists, childhood friends, room mates, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology will offer us an insight in to their unique relationships with the most evil of society. In 1958 the real Natural Born Killers, Charles Starkweather and his teenage girlfriend Caril Ann Fugate, embarked on an eight day killing spree that left 10 people dead and many more fearing for their lives. The duo was captured in January 1958 and Starkweather was executed on the electric chair little over a year later.

Sun 27th August

Crimes That Shook Britain

With her husband Fred, Rose West brutally murdered ten girls between 1973 and 1979, making her one of the most high profile serial killers in the UK. When several bodies were discovered buried in the back garden of their Gloucester home in 1994, a media furor surrounded the couple after it was learned that most of their victims, which included two of their own children, died following episodes of sadistic rape and torture. Whilst Fred was first held accountable as the instigator, we highlight new information which uncovers Rose as a cold-blooded killer single-handedly guilty of several murders of her own. Featuring exclusive interviews with Rose's solicitor, surviving victim Caroline Roberts and the man who led the investigation, former Detective Superintendent John Bennett. As Rose West serves her life sentence in prison, 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of the first body discovered at the family home.

Sun 27th August

Court Justice: Sydney

In Australia's busiest local court, a surprising number of defendants choose to forgo a lawyer and instead represent themselves. A young driver, a homeless man and a law-abiding grandmother decide to argue against their charges without legal assistance.

Sun 27th August

Court Justice: Sydney

Over half the defendants who appear in Australia's busiest local court will reoffend within 10 years. Four serial offenders tread a familiar path to the court as they appear before the Downing Centre's frustrated magistrates.

Sun 27th August

The First 48

When a young man is gunned down outside a Cincinnati nightclub, witnesses see a young man running from the scene. Detectives Doug Lindle and Matt Thompson hope one of their witnesses can identify the shooter and help them catch a killer on the run. In Miami, a pair of one-year-old twins cry helplessly in the back of a black SUV - their mother slumped over in the driver's seat, shot dead. Detectives Manny Castillo and Carlos Castellanos pursue every mysterious lead, hoping to find one that will identify their shooter.

Mon 28th August

Morning

Court Justice: Sydney

In Australia's busiest local court a surprising number of defendants choose to forgo a lawyer and instead represent themselves. A young driver, a homeless man and a law-abiding grandmother decide to argue against their charges without legal assistance.

Mon 28th August

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Kenton County, Kentucky, airline pilot Stephen Craven's body is found in the basement of his home. Investigators find out he's been killed by a hitman. His bored wife Adele, a mother of 2, had developed an intimate relationship with family friend Rusty McIntyre and wanted to cash-in a life insurance policy. In Richmond, North Yorkshire, UK, former golf pro Andrew Jackson is beaten to death in the street. Detectives eventually discover he was killed by Cohnor Coleman, 24, the toy boy lover of Jackson's wife Sarah, 38.

Mon 28th August

Crime Secrets Of...

It's summer 2012, and as the recession continues and the Olympics looms, the battle between cops and robbers gathers pace across Britain. Pickpocketing has risen by 17 percent in two years, but is rarely noticed by the public. This film follows the game of cat and mouse played out between the cops and robbers beneath the gaze of tourists and regular Londoners, catching the action as it unfolds and some of the astonishing tricks of the pickpocket trade, from the "block and shield" to the "two-fingered lift".

Mon 28th August

The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door

What happens when the family next door turns out to be one of the most notorious in the area? When neighbours get together one woman's dream lies in tatters while a parking dispute drives one neighbour to extremes.

Mon 28th August

Serial Killer Sunday

This series takes an in-depth look at some of the world's most prolific serial killers through the first hand accounts and testaments of the people who knew them best. Police detectives, journalists, childhood friends, room mates, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology will offer us an insight in to their unique relationships with the most evil of society. In 1958 the real Natural Born Killers, Charles Starkweather and his teenage girlfriend Caril Ann Fugate, embarked on an eight-day killing spree that left 10 people dead and many more fearing for their lives. The duo was captured in January 1958 and Starkweather was executed on the electric chair little over a year later.

Mon 28th August

Crimes That Shook Britain

With her husband Fred, Rose West brutally murdered ten girls between 1973 and 1979, making her one of the most high profile serial killers in the UK. When several bodies were discovered buried in the back garden of their Gloucester home in 1994, a media furor surrounded the couple after it was learned that most of their victims, which included two of their own children, died following episodes of sadistic rape and torture. Whilst Fred was first held accountable as the instigator, we highlight new information which uncovers Rose as a cold-blooded killer single-handedly guilty of several murders of her own. Featuring exclusive interviews with Rose's solicitor, surviving victim Caroline Roberts and the man who led the investigation, former Detective Superintendent John Bennett. As Rose West serves her life sentence in prison, 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of the first body discovered at the family home.

Mon 28th August

Surviving Evil

Charisma Carpenter, best known for her role as Cordelia Chase on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off Angel, is the host of Surviving Evil, featuring dramatically compelling and emotional stories of victims who fought back against their attackers and, against amazing odds, survived. Carpenter is the survivor of a real-life incident that she endured more than 20 years ago. The actress and two friends were swimming at San Diego's Torrey Pines State Beach in 1991 when they were violently attacked by an armed, rogue police officer. Carpenter fought for her survival after being held at gunpoint, but her two friends were both shot by the attacker and seriously wounded. The police officer was sentenced to 56 years in prison for the attacks in addition to a series of rapes and robberies. The Tiede family has been preparing the ultimate Christmas getaway at their mountain cabin in Summit County, Utah. But when they arrive, their dream holiday quickly turns into a nightmare. Two violent criminals, a Satan worshipper and a convicted arsonist, have ransacked the home. And now they're lurking in the shadows prepared to unleash unimaginable violence. At gunpoint, they hold the traumatised Tiede family hostage, and it's not long before they've killed Mum and Grandma, and left Dad for dead. After setting the cabin on fire, the killers then abduct the Tiede sisters, taking them first by snowmobile and then in their father's car, on a terrifying and desperate flight into the unknown. But the sisters aren't ready to give up. And miraculously, neither is their father.

Mon 28th August

Crime Secrets Of...

It's summer 2012, and as the recession continues and the Olympics looms, the battle between cops and robbers gathers pace across Britain. Pickpocketing has risen by 17 percent in two years, but is rarely noticed by the public. This film follows the game of cat and mouse played out between the cops and robbers beneath the gaze of tourists and regular Londoners, catching the action as it unfolds and some of the astonishing tricks of the pickpocket trade, from the "block and shield" to the "two-fingered lift".

Mon 28th August

Court Justice: Sydney

In Australia's busiest local court a surprising number of defendants choose to forgo a lawyer and instead represent themselves. A young driver, a homeless man and a law-abiding grandmother decide to argue against their charges without legal assistance.

Mon 28th August

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Kenton County, Kentucky, airline pilot Stephen Craven's body is found in the basement of his home. Investigators find out he's been killed by a hitman. His bored wife Adele, a mother of 2, had developed an intimate relationship with family friend Rusty McIntyre and wanted to cash-in a life insurance policy. In Richmond, North Yorkshire, UK, former golf pro Andrew Jackson is beaten to death in the street. Detectives eventually discover he was killed by Cohnor Coleman, 24, the toy boy lover of Jackson's wife Sarah, 38.

Mon 28th August

Serial Killer Sunday

This series takes an in-depth look at some of the world's most prolific serial killers through the first hand accounts and testaments of the people who knew them best. Police detectives, journalists, childhood friends, room mates, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology will offer us an insight in to their unique relationships with the most evil of society. In 1958 the real Natural Born Killers, Charles Starkweather and his teenage girlfriend Caril Ann Fugate, embarked on an eight-day killing spree that left 10 people dead and many more fearing for their lives. The duo was captured in January 1958 and Starkweather was executed on the electric chair little over a year later.

Mon 28th August

Crimes That Shook Britain

With her husband Fred, Rose West brutally murdered ten girls between 1973 and 1979, making her one of the most high profile serial killers in the UK. When several bodies were discovered buried in the back garden of their Gloucester home in 1994, a media furor surrounded the couple after it was learned that most of their victims, which included two of their own children, died following episodes of sadistic rape and torture. Whilst Fred was first held accountable as the instigator, we highlight new information which uncovers Rose as a cold-blooded killer single-handedly guilty of several murders of her own. Featuring exclusive interviews with Rose's solicitor, surviving victim Caroline Roberts and the man who led the investigation, former Detective Superintendent John Bennett. As Rose West serves her life sentence in prison, 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of the first body discovered at the family home.

Mon 28th August

Forensic Files

A wealthy Southern doctor is murdered, bashed in the head and found lying in a pool of blood, a baseball bat nearby. Police arrest an itinerant painter/handyman who is found with the doctor's credit cards. He accuses the doctor's unfaithful wife and her twin sister of hiring him to commit the murder. The wife is sent to prison, but at her sister's trial, attorneys finally bring in a forensic expert who testifies that the crime could not have been committed the way the painter said. The sister is acquitted. But the wife remains in prison, and the mystery goes unsolved.

Mon 28th August

The First 48

In San Antonio, Tim Angell and his partners find a nameless man beaten to death floating in a creek; they must race to identify the victim and find anyone who may have known him. And in Phoenix, Det. Mike Polk and his team painstakingly reconstruct the final hours of a man found dead hogtied in a hotel room; the case takes a dramatic turn when they learn the killers may have been captured by the hotel's surveillance cameras.

Mon 28th August

Noon

It Takes A Killer

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

Mon 28th August

Court Justice: Sydney

In Australia's busiest local court a surprising number of defendants choose to forgo a lawyer and instead represent themselves. A young driver, a homeless man and a law-abiding grandmother decide to argue against their charges without legal assistance.

Mon 28th August

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Kenton County, Kentucky, airline pilot Stephen Craven's body is found in the basement of his home. Investigators find out he's been killed by a hitman. His bored wife Adele, a mother of 2, had developed an intimate relationship with family friend Rusty McIntyre and wanted to cash-in a life insurance policy. In Richmond, North Yorkshire, UK, former golf pro Andrew Jackson is beaten to death in the street. Detectives eventually discover he was killed by Cohnor Coleman, 24, the toy boy lover of Jackson's wife Sarah, 38.

Mon 28th August

Serial Killer Sunday

This series takes an in-depth look at some of the world's most prolific serial killers through the first hand accounts and testaments of the people who knew them best. Police detectives, journalists, childhood friends, room mates, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology will offer us an insight in to their unique relationships with the most evil of society. In 1958 the real Natural Born Killers, Charles Starkweather and his teenage girlfriend Caril Ann Fugate, embarked on an eight-day killing spree that left 10 people dead and many more fearing for their lives. The duo was captured in January 1958 and Starkweather was executed on the electric chair little over a year later.

Mon 28th August

Crimes That Shook Britain

With her husband Fred, Rose West brutally murdered ten girls between 1973 and 1979, making her one of the most high profile serial killers in the UK. When several bodies were discovered buried in the back garden of their Gloucester home in 1994, a media furor surrounded the couple after it was learned that most of their victims, which included two of their own children, died following episodes of sadistic rape and torture. Whilst Fred was first held accountable as the instigator, we highlight new information which uncovers Rose as a cold-blooded killer single-handedly guilty of several murders of her own. Featuring exclusive interviews with Rose's solicitor, surviving victim Caroline Roberts and the man who led the investigation, former Detective Superintendent John Bennett. As Rose West serves her life sentence in prison, 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of the first body discovered at the family home.

Mon 28th August

The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door

What happens when the family next door turns out to be one of the most notorious in the area? When neighbours get together one woman's dream lies in tatters while a parking dispute drives one neighbour to extremes.

Mon 28th August

Britain's Darkest Taboos

On December 3, 2013, Ben Blakeley flew into a rage and strangled his teenage girlfriend Jayden Parkinson to death after she told him she was pregnant. He dumped the 17-year-old's body in a ditch and then, a few days later, buried her in his uncle's grave. Her body wasn't found for more than two weeks. Jayden's mother, Samantha Shrewsbury, tells us of her deep sense of loss and how she tried to get her daughter to end her violent and abusive relationship with evil Ben Blakeley. Former Detective Superintendent David Swindle and psychologist Emma Kenny examine the violent and abusive hold Blakeley had over Jayden and give us an insight into his twisted mind.

Mon 28th August

The FBI Files

When five-year-old Melissa Brannen disappeared from a Christmas party in December 1989, the only probable suspect was 24-year-old Caleb Hughes. Hughes reportedly left the party around the time Melissa vanished but no one saw him with the girl. Fifty blue acrylic fibers collected during a search of Hughes' car, however, became the major piece of evidence in the case. FBI fibre analysis determined that those fibres were identical to the ones that made up the sweater Melissa was wearing. Although Melissa's body was never found, the evidence was enough to convict Hughes of abduction with intent to defile.

Mon 28th August

Evening

Cops

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

Mon 28th August

Cops

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

Mon 28th August

The First 48

In New Orleans, a young mother is found shot and burned in the trunk of her car when a night out on the town becomes her last.

Mon 28th August

Snapped: Killer Couples

A Virginia couple's desperation leaves their gay porn empire in ashes.

Mon 28th August

Deadly Women

What turns women into murderers? Are the seeds sown in their childhood? Do they develop into cold-hearted killers because of greed, jealousy, or just for kicks? This series explores the psychology of real life murderesses to find the answers. Pivotal to every story is the contribution of former FBI criminal profiler Candice DeLong, whose long career saw her deal with some of America's worst criminals. She gives telling insights into what triggers mothers, daughters, even grandmothers, to become killers. Through dramatic recreations, forensic evidence and powerful interviews with eyewitnesses and family, the viewer will gain comprehensive knowledge of every crime.

Mon 28th August

Homicide Hunter

When police respond to the stabbing of Keith Andrews, a man steps forward claiming he did it in self-defence. But as Lt Joe Kenda digs deeper, he begins to suspect there's more going on than he's been led to believe. Then, Elderly civil rights icon Gretchen McRae is found decomposing in her house. A hoarder, Gretchen has left behind mountains of personal belongings that detectives must sort through and it isn't long before Kenda realises paperwork isn't the only thing she's been holding on to.

Mon 28th August

The First 48

In New Orleans, a young mother is found shot and burned in the trunk of her car when a night out on the town becomes her last.

Tue 29th August

Morning

Snapped: Killer Couples

A Virginia couple's desperation leaves their gay porn empire in ashes.

Tue 29th August

Deadly Women

What turns women into murderers? Are the seeds sown in their childhood? Do they develop into cold-hearted killers because of greed, jealousy, or just for kicks? This series explores the psychology of real life murderesses to find the answers. Pivotal to every story is the contribution of former FBI criminal profiler Candice DeLong, whose long career saw her deal with some of America's worst criminals. She gives telling insights into what triggers mothers, daughters, even grandmothers, to become killers. Through dramatic recreations, forensic evidence and powerful interviews with eyewitnesses and family, the viewer will gain comprehensive knowledge of every crime.

Tue 29th August

Forensic Files

Graham Backhouse was a farmer who wasn't well received by his community. One morning, Graham found a dead sheep's head on his property with a note reading "You're next". Later, his wife Margaret needed Graham's car to run errands, but when she started it, a bomb ignited and nearly killed her. Graham then received another death threat. Shortly after, the police responded to a call from the farm. Graham had shot and killed his next door neighbour supposedly out of self-defence. Police questioned Graham and found he had actually manipulated the crime scene, the death threats and the bomb all to benefit from his wife's life insurance.

Tue 29th August

Cops

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

Tue 29th August

World's Wildest Police Videos

This is the fast paced reality show featuring caught-on-tape criminals and the officers who take them down. Hosted by Sheriff John Bunnell, this program gathers footage of law enforcement personnel from across the country and around the world as they face the most dangerous pursuits, the most frightening shootouts, and the most extreme lawbreakers to ever challenge police, and put them in their place to keep our streets safe.

Tue 29th August

North Mission Road

On a hot August afternoon, a woman's body was found in the California Aqueduct. Using fingerprints, the woman was identified as Renee Elizabeth Mullins. Investigators learned she had been missing for several days and found signs of a struggle in her apartment. Investigators found tiny pieces of tissue under her nails. Police matched DNA in the tissue to that of Renee's husband, Scott Mullins, and determined that Renee had been killed in a jealous rage. Scott Mullins was convicted of second-degree murder.

Tue 29th August

Missing Persons Unit

Tamika Huston is a lively, ambitious young woman, with a devoted family and many friends. So everyone in her life is naturally worried when one spring day, Huston simply vanishes. Police launch a search but they can't find her anywhere. Has she taken off to start a new life somewhere else or has she met with foul play? It will take almost a year before investigators find the key that unlocks the case.

Tue 29th August

Cops

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

Tue 29th August

The FBI Files

When five-year-old Melissa Brannen disappeared from a Christmas party in December 1989, the only probable suspect was 24-year-old Caleb Hughes. Hughes reportedly left the party around the time Melissa vanished but no one saw him with the girl. Fifty blue acrylic fibers collected during a search of Hughes' car, however, became the major piece of evidence in the case. FBI fibre analysis determined that those fibres were identical to the ones that made up the sweater Melissa was wearing. Although Melissa's body was never found, the evidence was enough to convict Hughes of abduction with intent to defile.

Tue 29th August

Cops

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

Tue 29th August

The First 48

In New Orleans, a young mother is found shot and burned in the trunk of her car when a night out on the town becomes her last.

Tue 29th August

Snapped

After her second divorce, Ana Trujillo drifted into her forties enjoying the single life. But all that changed when she met a Swedish-born scientist named Stefan Andersson. Brilliant, highly educated and quite the gentleman, Stefan puts Ana on a pedestal. But just months after they moved in together, Stefan would be dead. Was it self-defence or did Ana have anger issues?

Tue 29th August

Deadly Women

What turns women into murderers? Are the seeds sown in their childhood? Do they develop into cold-hearted killers because of greed, jealousy, or just for kicks? This series explores the psychology of real life murderesses to find the answers. Pivotal to every story is the contribution of former FBI criminal profiler Candice DeLong, whose long career saw her deal with some of America's worst criminals. She gives telling insights into what triggers mothers, daughters, even grandmothers, to become killers. Through dramatic recreations, forensic evidence and powerful interviews with eyewitnesses and family, the viewer will gain comprehensive knowledge of every crime.

Tue 29th August

Britain's Darkest Taboos

On December 3, 2013, Ben Blakeley flew into a rage and strangled his teenage girlfriend Jayden Parkinson to death after she told him she was pregnant. He dumped the 17-year-old's body in a ditch and then, a few days later, buried her in his uncle's grave. Her body wasn't found for more than two weeks. Jayden's mother, Samantha Shrewsbury, tells us of her deep sense of loss and how she tried to get her daughter to end her violent and abusive relationship with evil Ben Blakeley. Former Detective Superintendent David Swindle and psychologist Emma Kenny examine the violent and abusive hold Blakeley had over Jayden and give us an insight into his twisted mind.

Tue 29th August

Crime Investigation Australia

On the night of May 4, 1982, 13-year-old Terry Ryan rushed into his family home in Marsden, a suburb of Brisbane, and told his mother an astonishing story. Terry said that he had been forced by two men to participate in the sexual assault and prolonged torture and murder of his best friend, 13-year-old Peter Aston. He said he had buried Aston in a shallow grave in scrubland about 60km south, over the New South Wales border near the seaside hamlet of Kingscliff. Belita Ryan immediately rang the police, and Terry retold his story to detectives of the Queensland Criminal Investigation branch. At approximately 4:45am, May 5, the detectives drove Terry and his mother over the border into New South Wales. What the police officers found in the bush almost defied their comprehension.

Tue 29th August

Noon

The First 48

In New Orleans, a young mother is found shot and burned in the trunk of her car when a night out on the town becomes her last.

Tue 29th August

Snapped: Killer Couples

A Virginia couple's desperation leaves their gay porn empire in ashes.

Tue 29th August

Deadly Women

What turns women into murderers? Are the seeds sown in their childhood? Do they develop into cold-hearted killers because of greed, jealousy, or just for kicks? This series explores the psychology of real life murderesses to find the answers. Pivotal to every story is the contribution of former FBI criminal profiler Candice DeLong, whose long career saw her deal with some of America's worst criminals. She gives telling insights into what triggers mothers, daughters, even grandmothers, to become killers. Through dramatic recreations, forensic evidence and powerful interviews with eyewitnesses and family, the viewer will gain comprehensive knowledge of every crime.

Tue 29th August

Homicide Hunter

When police respond to the stabbing of Keith Andrews, a man steps forward claiming he did it in self-defence. But as Lt Joe Kenda digs deeper, he begins to suspect there's more going on than he's been led to believe. Then, Elderly civil rights icon Gretchen McRae is found decomposing in her house. A hoarder, Gretchen has left behind mountains of personal belongings that detectives must sort through and it isn't long before Kenda realises paperwork isn't the only thing she's been holding on to.

Tue 29th August

Britain's Darkest Taboos

Louise Turnbull was subjected to years of horrific sexual abuse at the hands of her stepfather Albert Maughan. Throughout her childhood, she was raped and indecently assaulted by the man she was supposed to trust. The abuse started at the age of three and continued for the next 12 years. In April, 2015, Maughan was jailed for 16 years, convicted of 23 counts of historic sex offences including rape and attempted rape. Now aged 43, Louise has waived her right to anonymity to give her first television interview about her lost childhood. Former Detective Superintendent David Swindle and psychologist Emma Kenny examine the horrific details of this case.

Tue 29th August

The FBI Files

He was a recluse who spread terror through the mail for 18 years. Two men died and more than a dozen were injured, but Ted Kaczynski wasn't known as the Unabomber until his brother tipped off the FBI. Kaczynski's "Manifesto", published in major newspapers, set off a flurry of activity for the FBI: writing analysis and comparisons, DNA gleaned from a single postage stamp and finally, Kaczynski's arrest at his tiny cabin. The agents collected enough evidence, including the Manifesto itself, to convict Kaczynski. He is serving four life sentences plus 30 years, with no chance of parole.

Tue 29th August

Evening

Cops

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

Tue 29th August

Cops

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

Tue 29th August

Evil Up Close

Never before has anyone enrolled for a criminology PhD for quite the same reason as Stephen Griffiths. To him, school was about lessons in murder. He could masquerade as the guy who wanted to tell the world about serial killers while in reality he was picking up tips from his heroes and learning how to kill from the masters. His victims, murdered by crossbow or stabbed with Samurai swords, were all women. The program meets two girlfriends who were closer to a gruesome death than they could ever have known. One tells why she loved him, while another confesses to believing his was a tortured soul that could have been turned to good rather than evil. But she overlooks how he ensured his last murder was captured on security cameras for the world to see. He shot her at point blank range with a crossbow and then made a gesture to the camera, says one witness who came close to his evil. He knew what he was doing - he wanted the fame.

Tue 29th August

Nurses Who Kill

Niels H is yet to reveal the extent of his homicidal behaviour whilst working in two hospitals in the North of Germany. He admits he has killed, but how many times? And why? Germany is trying to answer those questions. Exhuming bodies from graveyards, trying to put victims' relatives out of the misery of the mystery of not knowing.

Tue 29th August

Encounters With Evil

This episode exposes the twisted Cult leaders and false prophets who, through a mix of fear and brain washing, led their followers to horrific ends. From the needless and bloody show down at Waco where the followers of the self proclaimed, 'Son of God' David Koresh died in an apocalypse of their leaders making. To Jim Jones, the leader of the People's Temple whose attempt to set up a utopian commune in South America ended in mass murder, after coercing over 900 of his faithful to commit suicide. And Marshall Applewhite who managed to talk his followers into taking their lives, with a promise of a better life among the stars with Aliens.

Tue 29th August

Homicide Hunter

A drive-by shooting leaves Van Terry dead and his triplet siblings stricken with grief. When none of the witnesses can identify the gunman, Lt Joe Kenda's only hope of cracking the case lies with a burglar. Then, Cherie Bradley and her ex-boyfriend Anthony Carroll are found dead, but oddly one has been stabbed and the other shot. It's up to Kenda to unravel the mystery and discover which of their relatives is the murderer.

Tue 29th August

A Stranger In My Home

Aspen socialite Nancy Pfister has it all: money, a beautiful home, loyal friends, and even more loyal enemies. When the Stylers, her new friends and tenants, move in to her chalet, their friendship blossoms. This glamorous belle of Aspen gives them a way into her elite social world and introduces them to her best frenemy, Kathy Carpenter. The Stylers agree to rent Nancy's home when she jets off to Australia for the winter but by the time Pfister is boarding the plane, the bloom is well off the rose, and its thorns are drawing blood. Jealously, unpaid rent and simmering resentments rise to a critical level that leave one of the foursome dead, and the remaining three locked in a bloody conspiracy of silence.

Wed 30th August

Morning

Nurses Who Kill

Niels H is yet to reveal the extent of his homicidal behaviour whilst working in two hospitals in the North of Germany. He admits he has killed, but how many times? And why? Germany is trying to answer those questions. Exhuming bodies from graveyards, trying to put victims' relatives out of the misery of the mystery of not knowing.

Wed 30th August

Encounters With Evil

This episode exposes the twisted Cult leaders and false prophets who, through a mix of fear and brain washing, led their followers to horrific ends. From the needless and bloody show down at Waco where the followers of the self proclaimed, 'Son of God' David Koresh died in an apocalypse of their leaders making. To Jim Jones, the leader of the People's Temple whose attempt to set up a utopian commune in South America ended in mass murder, after coercing over 900 of his faithful to commit suicide. And Marshall Applewhite who managed to talk his followers into taking their lives, with a promise of a better life among the stars with Aliens.

Wed 30th August

Forensic Files

Doctors in Cleveland became extremely concerned when they had an increase of infants brought to the emergency room with bleeding of the lungs. Doctors quickly called on the Centers for Disease Control and had them investigate the matter. The CDC found that all babies were from the same area and all of their houses had suffered from water damage. After further investigation and research a black fungus was determined the killer of three infants. The fungus develops in moist conditions, becomes airborne and threatens developing organs, much like the fast growing lungs of babies.

Wed 30th August

Cops

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

Wed 30th August

World's Wildest Police Videos

This is the fast paced reality show featuring caught-on-tape criminals and the officers who take them down. Hosted by Sheriff John Bunnell, this program gathers footage of law enforcement personnel from across the country and around the world as they face the most dangerous pursuits, the most frightening shootouts, and the most extreme lawbreakers to ever challenge police, and put them in their place to keep our streets safe.

Wed 30th August

North Mission Road

In September, 2000, Frank Rodriguez suffered a series of gastrointestinal problems that eventually killed him. The initial autopsy didn't indicate a cause of death and it remained a mystery. His wife, Angelina, needed a cause of death in order to collect on his life insurance policy. She kept calling the experts at North Mission Road, pressing them to find the cause. Suspicious, detectives started recording her conversations until eventually she suggested the LA County Coroner should test her husband's body for antifreeze. When the test results came back they were positive. Angelina was convicted of first-degree murder and is now on Death Row.

Wed 30th August

Missing Persons Unit

A young woman named Brooke Henson disappears into the South Carolina night. Detectives suspect she's been murdered but they can't prove it. The search continues for seven long years, but every move is a dead end until a call from the New York City Police Department turns the investigation upside down.

Wed 30th August

Cops

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

Wed 30th August

The FBI Files

He was a recluse who spread terror through the mail for 18 years. Two men died and more than a dozen were injured, but Ted Kaczynski wasn't known as the Unabomber until his brother tipped off the FBI. Kaczynski's "Manifesto", published in major newspapers, set off a flurry of activity for the FBI: writing analysis and comparisons, DNA gleaned from a single postage stamp and finally, Kaczynski's arrest at his tiny cabin. The agents collected enough evidence, including the Manifesto itself, to convict Kaczynski. He is serving four life sentences plus 30 years, with no chance of parole.

Wed 30th August

Cops

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

Wed 30th August

Evil Up Close

Never before has anyone enrolled for a criminology PhD for quite the same reason as Stephen Griffiths. To him, school was about lessons in murder. He could masquerade as the guy who wanted to tell the world about serial killers while in reality he was picking up tips from his heroes and learning how to kill from the masters. His victims, murdered by crossbow or stabbed with Samurai swords, were all women. The program meets two girlfriends who were closer to a gruesome death than they could ever have known. One tells why she loved him, while another confesses to believing his was a tortured soul that could have been turned to good rather than evil. But she overlooks how he ensured his last murder was captured on security cameras for the world to see. He shot her at point blank range with a crossbow and then made a gesture to the camera, says one witness who came close to his evil. He knew what he was doing - he wanted the fame.

Wed 30th August

Nurses Who Kill

Niels H is yet to reveal the extent of his homicidal behaviour whilst working in two hospitals in the North of Germany. He admits he has killed, but how many times? And why? Germany is trying to answer those questions. Exhuming bodies from graveyards, trying to put victims' relatives out of the misery of the mystery of not knowing.

Wed 30th August

Encounters With Evil

This episode exposes the twisted Cult leaders and false prophets who, through a mix of fear and brain washing, led their followers to horrific ends. From the needless and bloody show down at Waco where the followers of the self proclaimed, 'Son of God' David Koresh died in an apocalypse of their leaders making. To Jim Jones, the leader of the People's Temple whose attempt to set up a utopian commune in South America ended in mass murder, after coercing over 900 of his faithful to commit suicide. And Marshall Applewhite who managed to talk his followers into taking their lives, with a promise of a better life among the stars with Aliens.

Wed 30th August

Britain's Darkest Taboos

Louise Turnbull was subjected to years of horrific sexual abuse at the hands of her stepfather Albert Maughan. Throughout her childhood, she was raped and indecently assaulted by the man she was supposed to trust. The abuse started at the age of three and continued for the next 12 years. In April, 2015, Maughan was jailed for 16 years, convicted of 23 counts of historic sex offences including rape and attempted rape. Now aged 43, Louise has waived her right to anonymity to give her first television interview about her lost childhood. Former Detective Superintendent David Swindle and psychologist Emma Kenny examine the horrific details of this case.

Wed 30th August

Crime Investigation Australia

Mick and Sue Lewis were murdered in their country home. The two unharmed children were left to fend for themselves - along with their parents' decomposing bodies.

Wed 30th August

Noon

Evil Up Close

Never before has anyone enrolled for a criminology PhD for quite the same reason as Stephen Griffiths. To him, school was about lessons in murder. He could masquerade as the guy who wanted to tell the world about serial killers while in reality he was picking up tips from his heroes and learning how to kill from the masters. His victims, murdered by crossbow or stabbed with Samurai swords, were all women. The program meets two girlfriends who were closer to a gruesome death than they could ever have known. One tells why she loved him, while another confesses to believing his was a tortured soul that could have been turned to good rather than evil. But she overlooks how he ensured his last murder was captured on security cameras for the world to see. He shot her at point blank range with a crossbow and then made a gesture to the camera, says one witness who came close to his evil. He knew what he was doing - he wanted the fame.

Wed 30th August

Nurses Who Kill

Niels H is yet to reveal the extent of his homicidal behaviour whilst working in two hospitals in the North of Germany. He admits he has killed, but how many times? And why? Germany is trying to answer those questions. Exhuming bodies from graveyards, trying to put victims' relatives out of the misery of the mystery of not knowing.

Wed 30th August

Encounters With Evil

This episode exposes the twisted Cult leaders and false prophets who, through a mix of fear and brain washing, led their followers to horrific ends. From the needless and bloody show down at Waco where the followers of the self proclaimed, 'Son of God' David Koresh died in an apocalypse of their leaders making. To Jim Jones, the leader of the People's Temple whose attempt to set up a utopian commune in South America ended in mass murder, after coercing over 900 of his faithful to commit suicide. And Marshall Applewhite who managed to talk his followers into taking their lives, with a promise of a better life among the stars with Aliens.

Wed 30th August

Homicide Hunter

A drive-by shooting leaves Van Terry dead and his triplet siblings stricken with grief. When none of the witnesses can identify the gunman, Lt Joe Kenda's only hope of cracking the case lies with a burglar. Then, Cherie Bradley and her ex-boyfriend Anthony Carroll are found dead, but oddly one has been stabbed and the other shot. It's up to Kenda to unravel the mystery and discover which of their relatives is the murderer.

Wed 30th August

It Takes A Killer

When the soon-to-be ex-wife of a prominent investment banker dies inside her Arizona home, it initially appears as though she suffered an accidental fall. Yet, through the dogged persistence of family and friends, and after months of intense investigation, law enforcement discovers the murder was no accident, but an act of rage carried out by a desperate man with hundreds of thousands to gain.

Wed 30th August

Crime Files: The Homefront

When 45-year-old Maggie Locascio is murdered in her home, the trial pits father and son against one another blaming each for the brutal crime. And, from bank robberies to attempted murder, these killer siblings, dubbed 'The Dougherty Gang' lead an eight day, cross country rampage that ends in a high-speed chase and a shootout.

Wed 30th August

The FBI Files

Claude Dallas lived the life of a cowboy. A loner and distrustful of authority, he lived off the land, poaching wildlife and selling the hides. But when two game wardens confronted Dallas about his deeds, they were shot and killed. After a massive manhunt , Dallas was captured and convicted. But a few months later, he escaped. Making the FBI's Ten Most Wanted list, Dallas eluded the law for almost a year until the FBI tracked him down in a small town in California. Dallas is serving 30 years for murder.

Wed 30th August

Evening

Cops

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

Wed 30th August

Cops

COPS in Norwood and Cincinnati, Ohio, and Pierce County, Washington. Stories include an Officer needs assistance call, a domestic dispute in a bar resulting in a tazing, and a warrant is served on a man with a loaded gun, drugs and police equipment in his car.

Wed 30th August

Judge Rinder: Crime Stories

Liz Speirs and her husband Jonathan were approached by a good friend and neighbour, Keith Cameron, to invest in a telecoms business. However the offer seemed too good to be true - Keith Cameron was a conman who was hell bent on syphoning as much money out of the Spiers as possible. Even when Jonathan was diagnosed with terminal cancer and after he died, Cameron continued his scam. Billy Dove was a popular 21-year-old trainee motor mechanic. On Fireworks night in 2011, while Billy and a group of friends were out celebrating they were confronted by a gang, led by Darren Mcgrath. Outside a nightclub and caught on CCTV a fight breaks out, as Billy tries to protect his friends, Darren McGrath pulls a knife and stabs Billy in the chest .

Wed 30th August

Court Justice: Sydney

In Australia's busiest local court a surprising number of defendants choose to forgo a lawyer and instead represent themselves. A young driver, a homeless man and a law-abiding grandmother decide to argue against their charges without legal assistance.

Wed 30th August

Cops

A knife-wielding man complains about his neighbours. An erratic driver is questioned. Officers come upon an emotional man holding a blade to his throat.

Wed 30th August

The Sperminator

Dr Cecil Jacobson, a British-trained fertility expert, helped dozens of women in a community in Virginia, USA to have babies. But he neglected to tell the happy parents one crucial fact, that he was the father. When his deception finally came to light, investigators suspected that Jacobson had fathered up to 75 local children. And while many of his victims were appalled, he seemed to think he had done nothing wrong and his wife has always stood by him. "Anyone would have been lucky to have his sperm", she said. This film examines why such a respected doctor turned his back on good medicine.

Wed 30th August

Homicide Hunter

When Cheryl Brantner's three children find her dead in her bathtub, Lt Joe Kenda is called in to investigate. To determine whether this was a soapy accident or something worse, he must walk the halls of the local high school and pry into the neighbours secret lives. Then, a group of local tattoo artists are gathered to party and perform their trade. But as an afternoon of drinking begins to take its effect, what started out in the spirit of fun turns ugly, leaving Philip Titus dead and the only suspects his peers.

Wed 30th August

Judge Rinder: Crime Stories

Liz Speirs and her husband Jonathan were approached by a good friend and neighbour, Keith Cameron, to invest in a telecoms business. However the offer seemed too good to be true - Keith Cameron was a conman who was hell bent on syphoning as much money out of the Spiers as possible. Even when Jonathan was diagnosed with terminal cancer and after he died, Cameron continued his scam. Billy Dove was a popular 21-year-old trainee motor mechanic. On Fireworks night in 2011, while Billy and a group of friends were out celebrating they were confronted by a gang, led by Darren Mcgrath. Outside a nightclub and caught on CCTV a fight breaks out, as Billy tries to protect his friends, Darren McGrath pulls a knife and stabs Billy in the chest .

Thu 31st August

Morning

The Sperminator

Dr Cecil Jacobson, a British-trained fertility expert, helped dozens of women in a community in Virginia, USA to have babies. But he neglected to tell the happy parents one crucial fact, that he was the father. When his deception finally came to light, investigators suspected that Jacobson had fathered up to 75 local children. And while many of his victims were appalled, he seemed to think he had done nothing wrong and his wife has always stood by him. "Anyone would have been lucky to have his sperm", she said. This film examines why such a respected doctor turned his back on good medicine.

Thu 31st August

Facing Evil

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

Thu 31st August

Cops

A knife-wielding man complains about his neighbours. An erratic driver is questioned. Officers come upon an emotional man holding a blade to his throat.

Thu 31st August

Forensic Files

Police were investigating a charred body found in a dumpster that had first been shot in the head and then set on fire when a missing person report was filed for a Mary-Lynn Breeden. Police investigated Mary-Lynne's disappearance and found a woman had attempted to withdraw money from Mary-Lynne's account. The woman was identified on the bank camera and was questioned by police. The woman then led police to Christian Cruz. Police found traces of blood in Cruz' car and were able to match it to the charred body through DNA testing of the body's gums and Breeden's family members. Christian Cruz is now serving 25 years in jail.

Thu 31st August

Cops

COPS in Norwood and Cincinnati, Ohio, and Pierce County, Washington. Stories include an Officer needs assistance call, a domestic dispute in a bar resulting in a tazing, and a warrant is served on a man with a loaded gun, drugs and police equipment in his car.

Thu 31st August

World's Wildest Police Videos

This is the fast paced reality show featuring caught-on-tape criminals and the officers who take them down. Hosted by Sheriff John Bunnell, this program gathers footage of law enforcement personnel from across the country and around the world as they face the most dangerous pursuits, the most frightening shootouts, and the most extreme lawbreakers to ever challenge police, and put them in their place to keep our streets safe.

Thu 31st August

North Mission Road

In the mid 1980s, a hiker discovered a shallow grave in Coldwater Canyon and what appeared to be a human skull. Dental records revealed it was the body of a local young woman who had been missing for almost two years. But how did she die? With a small lead would the expertise of the forensic anthropologist from North Mission Road be able to solve the case?

Thu 31st August

Missing Persons Unit

When wife and mother Janine Miller takes off from home one winter night, her husband immediately calls police. He says she's been drinking and shouldn't be on the road. But Officers don't locate her car that night and assume she made it home safely. It's not until a week later when Miller's mother calls police that they find out Janine never made it home that night. The investigation into her disappearance kicks off immediately; does her husband have something to do with her disappearance, was she the victim of a local serial rapist, or did she just take off on her own?

Thu 31st August

Cops

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

Thu 31st August

The FBI Files

Claude Dallas lived the life of a cowboy. A loner and distrustful of authority, he lived off the land, poaching wildlife and selling the hides. But when two game wardens confronted Dallas about his deeds, they were shot and killed. After a massive manhunt , Dallas was captured and convicted. But a few months later, he escaped. Making the FBI's Ten Most Wanted list, Dallas eluded the law for almost a year until the FBI tracked him down in a small town in California. Dallas is serving 30 years for murder.

Thu 31st August

Cops

COPS in Norwood and Cincinnati, Ohio, and Pierce County, Washington. Stories include an Officer needs assistance call, a domestic dispute in a bar resulting in a tazing, and a warrant is served on a man with a loaded gun, drugs and police equipment in his car.

Thu 31st August

Judge Rinder: Crime Stories

Liz Speirs and her husband Jonathan were approached by a good friend and neighbour, Keith Cameron, to invest in a telecoms business. However the offer seemed too good to be true - Keith Cameron was a conman who was hell bent on syphoning as much money out of the Spiers as possible. Even when Jonathan was diagnosed with terminal cancer and after he died, Cameron continued his scam. Billy Dove was a popular 21-year-old trainee motor mechanic. On Fireworks night in 2011, while Billy and a group of friends were out celebrating they were confronted by a gang, led by Darren Mcgrath. Outside a nightclub and caught on CCTV a fight breaks out, as Billy tries to protect his friends, Darren McGrath pulls a knife and stabs Billy in the chest .

Thu 31st August

Unusual Suspects

In 1989, Indianapolis, IN high school student Amy Weidner is brutally killed while she stays home sick from school. Items from her home are stolen, but police believe Amy wasn't the victim of a burglary-gone-bad. They suspect this was a targeted, vicious murder. But who want this popular, honour student dead? Until the mystery is solved, investigators must consider every citizen a suspect. After months of interviews and separating fact from rumour, detectives use forensic science and persistent police work to zero in on a cold-blooded killer.

Thu 31st August

Cops

A knife-wielding man complains about his neighbours. An erratic driver is questioned. Officers come upon an emotional man holding a blade to his throat.

Thu 31st August

Court Justice: Sydney

In Australia's busiest local court a surprising number of defendants choose to forgo a lawyer and instead represent themselves. A young driver, a homeless man and a law-abiding grandmother decide to argue against their charges without legal assistance.

Thu 31st August

It Takes A Killer

When the soon-to-be ex-wife of a prominent investment banker dies inside her Arizona home, it initially appears as though she suffered an accidental fall. Yet, through the dogged persistence of family and friends, and after months of intense investigation, law enforcement discovers the murder was no accident, but an act of rage carried out by a desperate man with hundreds of thousands to gain.

Thu 31st August

Crime Files: The Homefront

When 45-year-old Maggie Locascio is murdered in her home, the trial pits father and son against one another blaming each for the brutal crime. And, from bank robberies to attempted murder, these killer siblings, dubbed 'The Dougherty Gang' lead an eight day, cross country rampage that ends in a high-speed chase and a shootout.

Thu 31st August

Crime Investigation Australia

For the 2008 launch of Crime Investigation Australia CI presents the complete and compelling story of "The Killing Fields of Truro", one of the most infamous crimes in Australia and yet another set in Adelaide. Seven young women disappeared in the 51 days between December 23, 1976 and February 12, 1977. James William Miller confessed that during this time he helped the man he loved, Christopher Robin Worrell, dispose of the bodies of the young women who Worrell had sexually assaulted and then murdered while Miller was waiting nearby. The skeletal remains of four of the victims were discovered in bush graves over a 12 month period in 1978-79 in the Truro district, 80 kilometres north-east of Adelaide.

Thu 31st August

Noon

Judge Rinder: Crime Stories

Liz Speirs and her husband Jonathan were approached by a good friend and neighbour, Keith Cameron, to invest in a telecoms business. However the offer seemed too good to be true - Keith Cameron was a conman who was hell bent on syphoning as much money out of the Spiers as possible. Even when Jonathan was diagnosed with terminal cancer and after he died, Cameron continued his scam. Billy Dove was a popular 21-year-old trainee motor mechanic. On Fireworks night in 2011, while Billy and a group of friends were out celebrating they were confronted by a gang, led by Darren Mcgrath. Outside a nightclub and caught on CCTV a fight breaks out, as Billy tries to protect his friends, Darren McGrath pulls a knife and stabs Billy in the chest .

Thu 31st August

Facing Evil

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

Thu 31st August

Court Justice: Sydney

In Australia's busiest local court a surprising number of defendants choose to forgo a lawyer and instead represent themselves. A young driver, a homeless man and a law-abiding grandmother decide to argue against their charges without legal assistance.

Thu 31st August

Unusual Suspects

On January 17, 1980, in the desert community of Hemet, CA, a local businessman comes home to a nightmare. His new wife, Elizabeth Crossman, has been brutally raped and murdered in their home. The heinous crime speaks to an act of rage, but the scene suggests a robbery gone wrong. Could the culprit be the stranger seen lurking near the Crossman's home or one of the near-by construction workers? Until the mystery is solved, investigators must consider every citizen a suspect. After months of interviews and separating fact from rumour, detectives use forensic science and persistent police work to zero in on a cold-blooded killer.

Thu 31st August

Homicide Hunter

When Cheryl Brantner's three children find her dead in her bathtub, Lt Joe Kenda is called in to investigate. To determine whether this was a soapy accident or something worse, he must walk the halls of the local high school and pry into the neighbours secret lives. Then, a group of local tattoo artists are gathered to party and perform their trade. But as an afternoon of drinking begins to take its effect, what started out in the spirit of fun turns ugly, leaving Philip Titus dead and the only suspects his peers.

Thu 31st August

It Takes A Killer

A street preacher and his teenage protege run an internet scam to rob unsuspecting men, steal their identities, then dump their dead bodies in the woods. The scheme works multiple times until one of the marks escapes and brings law enforcement right to their doorstep.

Thu 31st August

Crime Files: The Homefront

We uncover the most sensational stories of crimes committed against family members. Sons and daughters stealing millions from their parents, husbands and wives running a secret drug trade, major organised crime families committing unspeakable acts, and cold-blooded murder inside the family circle. Through expert analysis and actual evidence, each episode takes an in-depth look at cases where crime literally hits home. In this episode, the product of wealth and privilege, Lyle and Erik Menendez murder their father and mother in their Beverly Hills home to cash in on their inheritance. The crime draws a media firestorm as the case that plays out like a real life Hollywood soap opera.

Thu 31st August

The FBI Files

On February 26, 1993, an explosion rocked the World Trade Centre parking garage. Six people died and more than a thousand were injured in the bomb blast which tore a five-storey crater in the building. During the investigation, the twisted fender of a rental van was extracted from the rubble. The FBI was able to determine who rented the van and from where. Undercover agents then made their arrests within six days of the bombing. The FBI labs were essential in linking the chemicals from the bomb to chemicals found in the suspects' homes and offices. Mohammed Salameh, Nidal Ayyad, Mahmud Abouhalima, Ahmad Ajaj, Ramzi Yousef and Eyad Ismoil were convicted and will spend the rest of their lives in prison.

Thu 31st August

Evening

Cops

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

Thu 31st August

Cops

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

Thu 31st August

The Hunt With John Walsh

Minnesota, 2014: Victor Barnard, leader of the River Road Fellowship, is charged with criminal and sexual misconduct relating to having sex with married women and underage girls.

Thu 31st August

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the chilling tales of those who unwittingly take up residence within a stone's throw of a psycho or a killer. Through first-person testimony, combined with archival material and recreations, each episode explores the neighbourly nightmare, revealing the story day-by-day and week-by-week, as events first get creepy, then menacing, before ending in outright terror. With the intense psychological fear of Pacific Heights and the eerie dramatic build of Rear Window, Fear Thy Neighbour will have you double-bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and thinking twice about knocking next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Richard Day, his wife, and stepson Walter are excited by their recent move to sunny Tamarac, Florida. The only problem is that the city is mostly home to retirees, leaving 12 year old Walter lonely and bored. All that changes when he meets the three Rosser boys who live around the corner. Soon it's days filled with fishing, fun, and games... until Walt notices that a lot of his possessions are going missing. Accusing the Rossers of being thieves, Richard - plagued with health issues that leave him famously short tempered - forbids his son from associating with them. Unfased, the youths take to harassing, even threatening, both father and son. Richard and Walt give as good as they get, and soon recriminations are flying thick and fast between all members of both families. When Richard and Walt return home on Halloween night to find their home covered with eggs and shaving cream, they decide to take revenge on those they deem responsible - the Rossers. From there things go horribly wrong, leaving the neighbourhood awash in blood and death.

Thu 31st August

Murder Made Me Famous

Betty Broderick is the former suburban housewife who sky-rocketed to fame when she murdered her ex-husband and his new, much younger, wife in their bed in 1989. The ultimate crime of passion story includes explicit recorded phone calls during her contentious divorce and dramatic courtroom testimonies that captivated the country at the time.

Thu 31st August

Homicide Hunter

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

Thu 31st August

Court Justice: Sydney

In Australia's busiest local court a surprising number of defendants choose to forgo a lawyer and instead represent themselves. A young driver, a homeless man and a law-abiding grandmother decide to argue against their charges without legal assistance.

Fri 1st September

Morning

Facing Evil

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

Fri 1st September

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the chilling tales of those who unwittingly take up residence within a stone's throw of a psycho or a killer. Through first-person testimony, combined with archival material and recreations, each episode explores the neighbourly nightmare, revealing the story day-by-day and week-by-week, as events first get creepy, then menacing, before ending in outright terror. With the intense psychological fear of Pacific Heights and the eerie dramatic build of Rear Window, Fear Thy Neighbour will have you double-bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and thinking twice about knocking next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Richard Day, his wife, and stepson Walter are excited by their recent move to sunny Tamarac, Florida. The only problem is that the city is mostly home to retirees, leaving 12 year old Walter lonely and bored. All that changes when he meets the three Rosser boys who live around the corner. Soon it's days filled with fishing, fun, and games... until Walt notices that a lot of his possessions are going missing. Accusing the Rossers of being thieves, Richard - plagued with health issues that leave him famously short tempered - forbids his son from associating with them. Unfased, the youths take to harassing, even threatening, both father and son. Richard and Walt give as good as they get, and soon recriminations are flying thick and fast between all members of both families. When Richard and Walt return home on Halloween night to find their home covered with eggs and shaving cream, they decide to take revenge on those they deem responsible - the Rossers. From there things go horribly wrong, leaving the neighbourhood awash in blood and death.

Fri 1st September

Murder Made Me Famous

Betty Broderick is the former suburban housewife who sky-rocketed to fame when she murdered her ex-husband and his new, much younger, wife in their bed in 1989. The ultimate crime of passion story includes explicit recorded phone calls during her contentious divorce and dramatic courtroom testimonies that captivated the country at the time.

Fri 1st September

Forensic Files

Excedrin bottles were investigated by police after a woman died from taking pills poisoned with a chemical used to clear fish tanks of algae. Meanwhile, Stella Nickell husband's death was being re-investigated and determined to have also been poisoned by taking Excedrin. Police grew suspicious of Stella, a fish tank owner herself, and questioned her pet store who verified Stella purchased the algae killer containing the chemical found in the Excedrin bottles. Stella murdered her husband after increasing his life insurance. In order to receive the money the death had to be accidental, so she then poisoned several other bottles waiting for a second case to occur.

Fri 1st September

Cops

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

Fri 1st September

World's Wildest Police Videos

This is the fast paced reality show featuring caught-on-tape criminals and the officers who take them down. Hosted by Sheriff John Bunnell, this program gathers footage of law enforcement personnel from across the country and around the world as they face the most dangerous pursuits, the most frightening shootouts, and the most extreme lawbreakers to ever challenge police, and put them in their place to keep our streets safe.

Fri 1st September

North Mission Road

When a hike through the desert ends in an explosion that kills a woman and leaves her two children motherless, the LA County bomb squad is called in. An autopsy at North Mission Road revealed the explosion came from a small home-made pipe bomb. With investigators using fragments recovered from both the body and the crime scene, will they be able to track down the man who built the pipe-bomb?

Fri 1st September

Missing Persons Unit

Childhood friends David Mitchell and Carrie Smith are driving through the Nebraska plains, heading to meet Smith's boyfriend. Somewhere between home and the bar, they both disappear. Smith's boyfriend says he was on the phone with her when the call mysteriously cut out. It was the last anyone heard from either Smith or Mitchell. No witnesses, no trail to follow, nothing to go on. Police aren't sure if they've just run off together, if there's been an accident or if it's a case of foul play. Only the answer to these questions would be more shocking than the disappearances themselves.

Fri 1st September

Cops

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

Fri 1st September

The FBI Files

On February 26, 1993, an explosion rocked the World Trade Centre parking garage. Six people died and more than a thousand were injured in the bomb blast which tore a five-storey crater in the building. During the investigation, the twisted fender of a rental van was extracted from the rubble. The FBI was able to determine who rented the van and from where. Undercover agents then made their arrests within six days of the bombing. The FBI labs were essential in linking the chemicals from the bomb to chemicals found in the suspects' homes and offices. Mohammed Salameh, Nidal Ayyad, Mahmud Abouhalima, Ahmad Ajaj, Ramzi Yousef and Eyad Ismoil were convicted and will spend the rest of their lives in prison.

Fri 1st September

Cops

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

Fri 1st September

The Hunt With John Walsh

Minnesota, 2014: Victor Barnard, leader of the River Road Fellowship, is charged with criminal and sexual misconduct relating to having sex with married women and underage girls.

Fri 1st September

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the chilling tales of those who unwittingly take up residence within a stone's throw of a psycho or a killer. Through first-person testimony, combined with archival material and recreations, each episode explores the neighbourly nightmare, revealing the story day-by-day and week-by-week, as events first get creepy, then menacing, before ending in outright terror. With the intense psychological fear of Pacific Heights and the eerie dramatic build of Rear Window, Fear Thy Neighbour will have you double-bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and thinking twice about knocking next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Richard Day, his wife, and stepson Walter are excited by their recent move to sunny Tamarac, Florida. The only problem is that the city is mostly home to retirees, leaving 12 year old Walter lonely and bored. All that changes when he meets the three Rosser boys who live around the corner. Soon it's days filled with fishing, fun, and games... until Walt notices that a lot of his possessions are going missing. Accusing the Rossers of being thieves, Richard - plagued with health issues that leave him famously short tempered - forbids his son from associating with them. Unfased, the youths take to harassing, even threatening, both father and son. Richard and Walt give as good as they get, and soon recriminations are flying thick and fast between all members of both families. When Richard and Walt return home on Halloween night to find their home covered with eggs and shaving cream, they decide to take revenge on those they deem responsible - the Rossers. From there things go horribly wrong, leaving the neighbourhood awash in blood and death.

Fri 1st September

Murder Made Me Famous

Betty Broderick is the former suburban housewife who sky-rocketed to fame when she murdered her ex-husband and his new, much younger, wife in their bed in 1989. The ultimate crime of passion story includes explicit recorded phone calls during her contentious divorce and dramatic courtroom testimonies that captivated the country at the time.

Fri 1st September

It Takes A Killer

A street preacher and his teenage protege run an internet scam to rob unsuspecting men, steal their identities, then dump their dead bodies in the woods. The scheme works multiple times until one of the marks escapes and brings law enforcement right to their doorstep.

Fri 1st September

Crime Files: The Homefront

We uncover the most sensational stories of crimes committed against family members. Sons and daughters stealing millions from their parents, husbands and wives running a secret drug trade, major organised crime families committing unspeakable acts, and cold-blooded murder inside the family circle. Through expert analysis and actual evidence, each episode takes an in-depth look at cases where crime literally hits home. In this episode, the product of wealth and privilege, Lyle and Erik Menendez murder their father and mother in their Beverly Hills home to cash in on their inheritance. The crime draws a media firestorm as the case that plays out like a real life Hollywood soap opera.

Fri 1st September

Crime Investigation Australia

The horrific story of killers Allan Baker and Kevin Crump who began their murderous spree in rural NSW by killing a complete stranger for $20, a packet of cigarettes and a couple of litres of petrol. They then kidnapped Virginia Morse, a young mother of three, and raped and tortured her as they drove to Queensland. Virginia's torture ended there when she was tied to a tree and shot. In the wake of their 1973 trial, the Australian public was left to ponder whether the two men were insane, or, even more chilling, whether their deeds were the result of rational minds gone astray. Shortcomings in Australian Criminal law were exposed because as Virginia Morse was killed in Queensland, New South Wales authorities could not charge the pair with her murder. Not wanting to extradite the two men, New South Wales police chose to charge them with conspiracy to murder Virginia Morse. Fortunately the New South Wales prosecutors didn't have to rely only on the Morse allegations. Their list of crimes also included the murder of Ian Lamb, the stranger, as well as wounding a policeman, as well as car theft.

Fri 1st September

Noon

The Hunt With John Walsh

Minnesota, 2014: Victor Barnard, leader of the River Road Fellowship, is charged with criminal and sexual misconduct relating to having sex with married women and underage girls.

Fri 1st September

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the chilling tales of those who unwittingly take up residence within a stone's throw of a psycho or a killer. Through first-person testimony, combined with archival material and recreations, each episode explores the neighbourly nightmare, revealing the story day-by-day and week-by-week, as events first get creepy, then menacing, before ending in outright terror. With the intense psychological fear of Pacific Heights and the eerie dramatic build of Rear Window, Fear Thy Neighbour will have you double-bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and thinking twice about knocking next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Richard Day, his wife, and stepson Walter are excited by their recent move to sunny Tamarac, Florida. The only problem is that the city is mostly home to retirees, leaving 12 year old Walter lonely and bored. All that changes when he meets the three Rosser boys who live around the corner. Soon it's days filled with fishing, fun, and games... until Walt notices that a lot of his possessions are going missing. Accusing the Rossers of being thieves, Richard - plagued with health issues that leave him famously short tempered - forbids his son from associating with them. Unfased, the youths take to harassing, even threatening, both father and son. Richard and Walt give as good as they get, and soon recriminations are flying thick and fast between all members of both families. When Richard and Walt return home on Halloween night to find their home covered with eggs and shaving cream, they decide to take revenge on those they deem responsible - the Rossers. From there things go horribly wrong, leaving the neighbourhood awash in blood and death.

Fri 1st September

Murder Made Me Famous

Betty Broderick is the former suburban housewife who sky-rocketed to fame when she murdered her ex-husband and his new, much younger, wife in their bed in 1989. The ultimate crime of passion story includes explicit recorded phone calls during her contentious divorce and dramatic courtroom testimonies that captivated the country at the time.

Fri 1st September

Homicide Hunter

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

Fri 1st September

It Takes A Killer

A destitute criminal terrorises central Florida, robbing middle-aged men, executing them and disposing of their dead bodies in random wooded areas. The homicides continue for two years until a bloody hand print leads to the capture of a serial killer who happens to be a woman.

Fri 1st September

Crime Files: The Homefront

Some families like to go camping. Others go on road trips. The Catt family robs banks. Desperate to keep his family afloat, a widowed and desperate Scott Catt recruits his own kids to help him rob banks across Oregon and Texas.

Fri 1st September

The FBI Files

By December 1985, John Gotti had assumed his place as the new Don of the Gambino crime family in New York with the assassination of his boss, Paul Castellano. The "Teflon Don" felt secure in his position, always remaining one step ahead of the law. But he was also the ongoing obsession of Bruce Mouw, leader of an elite crew of FBI agents formed to bring down the Gambino family. With the help and genius of his Special Projects Squad, bugs were planted in Gotti's most private meeting places. After years of setbacks, Mouw had enough evidence to arrest Gotti for murder. When the FBI convinced Gotti's underboss, Salvatore Gravano , to testify against him, the jury came back with their verdict: guilty on all counts, including the murder of Castellano. Gotti was sentenced to life without parole.

Fri 1st September

Evening

Cops

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

Fri 1st September

Cops

Officers must use force after a woman they stopped in a stolen vehicle becomes belligerent and combative and an officer responds to a stabbing.

Fri 1st September

Cops

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

Fri 1st September

Court Justice: Sydney

In Australia's busiest local court a surprising number of defendants choose to forgo a lawyer and instead represent themselves. A young driver, a homeless man and a law-abiding grandmother decide to argue against their charges without legal assistance.

Fri 1st September

They Took Our Child: We Got Her Back

This is a documentary series about the true life stories of child abduction survivors and how their families fought against the odds to bring their child home alive. In an inspirational finale the survivor is reunited with an individual who played a major part in their rescue. In this episode, Alicia Kozakiewicz shares her story of strength and survival when she was abducted by an online predator at thirteen-years-old and endured five days imprisoned in his basement.

Fri 1st September

Killer Kids

This program provides an in-depth profile of the lives of kids who kill. What can possibly motivate kids to commit criminal acts and even murder? From hate crimes to gang initiations, murders of family members to occult ceremonies, each case in the series exposes different motives and methods of murders by children. A teenager is coerced into a criminal plan by a vindictive mother and forced to choose between the love of his girlfriend, and the secret she carries, or murder. When a mother with the best intentions welcomes her daughter's wayward friends into her home, the three teens unite in a drug filled haze that leads to petty theft, a police chase across two states, and a brutal act of murder.

Fri 1st September

Homicide Hunter

Vietnam War veteran Charles Walker is found bleeding and unconscious after being stabbed nine times. An attack so savage, even 45 units of blood could not save his life. As Lt Joe Kenda and his team follow the bloody trail of clues, what at first seemed a simple lover's spat, turns out to have many more players involved, any one of could turn out to be the killer. But as Kenda begins to zero in on the truth, he's soon reminded that it's not enough to know who did it - you also have to find them.

Fri 1st September

Haunted Case Files

When investigators hunt the spirit of a man who took his own life, one investigator is overcome by something even darker. In Iowa, a father-daughter team comes face-to-face with the ghost of an axe-murderer. In Massachusetts, the spirit of an old sea captain grapples with lead investigator, Jack Kenna.

Sat 2nd September

Morning

The Haunting Of

Author, journalist and Real Housewife Carole Radziwill returns to the Hamptons, New York beach home where she once encountered a ghostly presence. Carole enlists Psychic Medium Kim Russo's help to find out if the spirit was trying to warn Carole of the impending tragedy she was about to face.

Sat 2nd September

They Took Our Child: We Got Her Back

This is a documentary series about the true life stories of child abduction survivors and how their families fought against the odds to bring their child home alive. In an inspirational finale the survivor is reunited with an individual who played a major part in their rescue. In this episode, Alicia Kozakiewicz shares her story of strength and survival when she was abducted by an online predator at thirteen-years-old and endured five days imprisoned in his basement.

Sat 2nd September

Forensic Files

Police were baffled when teacher Joanne Chambers received mass death threats and questionable packages. Chambers reported every incident to the police, who in turn found a resemblance in the letters to statements a fellow teacher, Paula Nawrocki, would say. However, the police were unable to supply information directly leading Nawrocki to the threats. Nawrocki's defence sent the letters and envelopes to be tested for DNA. The lab was able to determine that the saliva found on the stamp and envelope did not match Paula's but rather matched Joanne Chambers. It was then determined that Chambers was framing Nawrocki because she disliked the teacher and wanted her out of the school.

Sat 2nd September

Cops

Officers must use force after a woman they stopped in a stolen vehicle becomes belligerent and combative and an officer responds to a stabbing.

Sat 2nd September

World's Wildest Police Videos

This is the fast paced reality show featuring caught-on-tape criminals and the officers who take them down. Hosted by Sheriff John Bunnell, this program gathers footage of law enforcement personnel from across the country and around the world as they face the most dangerous pursuits, the most frightening shootouts, and the most extreme lawbreakers to ever challenge police, and put them in their place to keep our streets safe.

Sat 2nd September

North Mission Road

A small plane plunges into an apartment building in Los Angeles' historic Fairfax District. The citizens are terrified thinking it might be an act of terrorism. Would an autopsy on the plane and the passenger's remains tell a different story?

Sat 2nd September

Missing Persons Unit

The Krnak family spends every spare minute they can at their cabin deep in the Wisconsin woods; camping, fishing, hunting. They're completely at home in the wild. But then, on the kind of camping trip they've taken a thousand times before, the entire family disappears. It would take investigators years to solve the case and it had an ending that no one could have seen coming.

Sat 2nd September

Cops

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

Sat 2nd September

The FBI Files

By December 1985, John Gotti had assumed his place as the new Don of the Gambino crime family in New York with the assassination of his boss, Paul Castellano. The "Teflon Don" felt secure in his position, always remaining one step ahead of the law. But he was also the ongoing obsession of Bruce Mouw, leader of an elite crew of FBI agents formed to bring down the Gambino family. With the help and genius of his Special Projects Squad, bugs were planted in Gotti's most private meeting places. After years of setbacks, Mouw had enough evidence to arrest Gotti for murder. When the FBI convinced Gotti's underboss, Salvatore Gravano , to testify against him, the jury came back with their verdict: guilty on all counts, including the murder of Castellano. Gotti was sentenced to life without parole.

Sat 2nd September

Cops

Officers must use force after a woman they stopped in a stolen vehicle becomes belligerent and combative and an officer responds to a stabbing.

Sat 2nd September

They Took Our Child: We Got Her Back

This is a documentary series about the true life stories of child abduction survivors and how their families fought against the odds to bring their child home alive. In an inspirational finale the survivor is reunited with an individual who played a major part in their rescue. In this episode, Alicia Kozakiewicz shares her story of strength and survival when she was abducted by an online predator at thirteen-years-old and endured five days imprisoned in his basement.

Sat 2nd September

Haunted Case Files

When investigators hunt the spirit of a man who took his own life, one investigator is overcome by something even darker. In Iowa, a father-daughter team comes face-to-face with the ghost of an axe-murderer. In Massachusetts, the spirit of an old sea captain grapples with lead investigator, Jack Kenna.

Sat 2nd September

Killer Kids

This program provides an in-depth profile of the lives of kids who kill. What can possibly motivate kids to commit criminal acts and even murder? From hate crimes to gang initiations, murders of family members to occult ceremonies, each case in the series exposes different motives and methods of murders by children. A teenager is coerced into a criminal plan by a vindictive mother and forced to choose between the love of his girlfriend, and the secret she carries, or murder. When a mother with the best intentions welcomes her daughter's wayward friends into her home, the three teens unite in a drug filled haze that leads to petty theft, a police chase across two states, and a brutal act of murder.

Sat 2nd September

It Takes A Killer

A destitute criminal terrorises central Florida, robbing middle-aged men, executing them and disposing of their dead bodies in random wooded areas. The homicides continue for two years until a bloody hand print leads to the capture of a serial killer who happens to be a woman.

Sat 2nd September

Crime Files: The Homefront

Some families like to go camping. Others go on road trips. The Catt family robs banks. Desperate to keep his family afloat, a widowed and desperate Scott Catt recruits his own kids to help him rob banks across Oregon and Texas.

Sat 2nd September

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.

Sat 2nd September

Noon

They Took Our Child: We Got Her Back

This is a documentary series about the true life stories of child abduction survivors and how their families fought against the odds to bring their child home alive. In an inspirational finale the survivor is reunited with an individual who played a major part in their rescue. In this episode, Alicia Kozakiewicz shares her story of strength and survival when she was abducted by an online predator at thirteen-years-old and endured five days imprisoned in his basement.

Sat 2nd September

On the Case

On the evening of May 14, 1979, the Irvine Police Department received a panicked call from a man worried about his fiancee. The woman's name was Savannah Anderson. Officers were dispatched to her home where they made a shocking discovery. Savannah Anderson had been murdered. Her nude lifeless body was lying on a clean sheet and towels covered her face. But the rest of Savannah's bed and bathroom were covered in blood. The young woman had been beaten with a blunt object and strangled. Police suspected her killer had washed her body after she had been murdered. On a door in Savannah's bedroom a bloody palm print was discovered. Investigators were confident it was the clue they needed to identify her killer. But the evidence police hoped would solve the crime led to years of confusion. It would take cold case detectives and a seasoned forensic investigator to finally uncover a subtle mistake and bring Savannah's killer to justice.

Sat 2nd September

On the Case

A jogger discovers a naked young woman lying dead on the side of the road. It appeared she had been thrown from a moving car. A half-mile west of the crime scene detectives found torn undergarments, jeans, and shoes in a field. Six miles away, police discovered an abandoned car in an intersection with the engine running and lights on. The evidence located at the three locations was all connected to the same crime. An autopsy revealed she had been strangled and sexually assaulted before her death. Police were not able to identify the killer. Then a young woman's body was found inside of a burning apartment. Police determined the killer had set the fire after her death in an attempt to cover-up his crime. The woman had been sexually assaulted and strangled to death. The investigation into her death would uncover clues linking the two seemingly separate crimes together.

Sat 2nd September

On the Case

Thomas and Irene Kennedy drove to Bird Park in Walpole, MA for their daily stroll through the wooded paths. Their ritual was to separate briefly and walk on different trails before meeting up again at their car in the parking lot. When Irene never came back to their car Thomas went to look for her. As he retraced her steps he came upon a horrifying sight: his wife was lying motionless on her back on the side of path. Irene's body was covered in blood, her clothes had been ripped off, and she wasn't breathing. Police arrived and secured the crime scene. Irene Kennedy had been beaten and stabbed 32 times in her chest and abdomen. She was nude from the waist down and Investigators noticed a bite mark on her exposed left breast. The overall brutality of the attack led investigators to conclude Irene's murder was an act of rage. They believed the beloved grandmother had known her killer.

Sat 2nd September

Cops

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

Sat 2nd September

Court Justice: Sydney

In Australia's busiest local court a surprising number of defendants choose to forgo a lawyer and instead represent themselves. A young driver, a homeless man and a law-abiding grandmother decide to argue against their charges without legal assistance.

Sat 2nd September

The Hunt With John Walsh

Colorado, 1986: new evidence in the case of Thayne Smika leads to a manhunt for the suspect. California, 2004: Frederick Mclean disappears after facing multiple charges of child molestation.

Sat 2nd September

Evening

Deadly Women

For many, being a mother comes naturally. But motherhood isn't easy. And some women can't cope with the responsibilities of raising a child. These deadly women can see only one way out of their drudgery - murder. A young mum commits the ultimate act of betrayal against her children; a jealous lover plots a horrible revenge; and having twins becomes twice as tough for a naive housewife. These women have lost their maternal instincts. They are willing to sacrifice innocent blood.

Sat 2nd September

My Crazy Ex

When an RV deliveryman picks up a panicked bride, her ill-fated wedding leads him on the ride of his life. When a struggling author becomes obsessed with breaking a world record, his girlfriend tries to intervene before he goes too far. A woman regrets convincing her unemployed husband to run for city council when his campaign takes a dirty turn.

Sat 2nd September

Fatal Vows

Traces the deadly and tragic journeys of 13 marriages that go from mindful bliss to deepest, darkest despair. The series uses personal interviews, family photos, expert commentary and dramatic re-enactments to understand how the relationships deteriorate so tragically. The series uncovers what forces compel one partner to turn so violently against the love of their life? What are the diabolical reasons for committing the final, gruesome act of murder?

Sat 2nd September

Kids For Cash

In the wake of the shootings at Columbine, a small town celebrates a charismatic judge who is hell-bent on keeping kids in line, until one parent dares to question the motives behind his brand of justice. Told through the eyes of both victims and villains, this documentary exposes a shocking American secret - a notorious judicial scandal that found corrupt judges sending children to a private, for-profit detention centre without counsel or being advised of their rights. This real-life thriller reveals the untold stories of the masterminds at the centre of the scandal and the chilling aftermath of lives destroyed in the process - a stunning emotional roller coaster that will make you question how the world's premiere democracy can allow corrupt judges to trample on the rights of countless children.

Sat 2nd September

KKK Behind The Hood

For 150 years the Ku Klux Klan has existed in the shadows, terrifying outsiders with its reputation for violence and racism. For the first time, key leaders of today's largest surviving KKK organisations reveal their true identities and grant access into their homes, charity events, secret meetings, sacred rituals, including a cross-lighting ceremony. These events and interviews open a door on previously secretive organisations that only reluctantly open up to cameras. It's an eye-opening journey beyond the robe the beneath the hood of the today's KKK.

Sun 3rd September

Morning

The Haunting Of

Actor Johnathon Schaech (That Thing You Do!, Texas Rising) anxiously returns to an old theater in Austin, Texas where he had a harrowing and life-changing paranormal experience. With psychic medium Kim Russo by his side, they discover not only a heartrending story but also the gut-wrenching truth that Johnathon must face.

Sun 3rd September

My Dirty Little Secret

Franklin Bradshaw is a proud man who never misses a day of work. A product of the Depression, Franklin leads a frugal, disciplined lifestyle, working seven days a week at the auto parts business he built from the ground up in Salt Lake City. But when Franklin is found shot to death on the floor of his store on a Sunday morning, homicide detectives quickly discover that this husband and father isn't what he seems. Franklin's been keeping a secret, and only someone who knew it could have committed the horrible crime. But who pulled the trigger? A disgruntled employee? An angry business associate? A jealous family member? As detectives dig into Franklin's secret life, they soon realise that the Bradshaw family keeps a lot of secrets, but which one is big enough to kill for?

Sun 3rd September

The Will: Family Secrets Revealed

We follow the emotional and intimate journey as the final wishes of the deceased are revealed to those left behind. Whether it is through the explicit final wishes listed in one's will, or the debatable desires of someone who dies without a will, the drama that unfolds is captivating.

Sun 3rd September

My Crazy Ex

When an RV deliveryman picks up a panicked bride, her ill-fated wedding leads him on the ride of his life. When a struggling author becomes obsessed with breaking a world record, his girlfriend tries to intervene before he goes too far. A woman regrets convincing her unemployed husband to run for city council when his campaign takes a dirty turn.

Sun 3rd September

Fatal Vows

Traces the deadly and tragic journeys of 13 marriages that go from mindful bliss to deepest, darkest despair. The series uses personal interviews, family photos, expert commentary and dramatic re-enactments to understand how the relationships deteriorate so tragically. The series uncovers what forces compel one partner to turn so violently against the love of their life? What are the diabolical reasons for committing the final, gruesome act of murder?

Sun 3rd September

Deadly Women

For many, being a mother comes naturally. But motherhood isn't easy. And some women can't cope with the responsibilities of raising a child. These deadly women can see only one way out of their drudgery - murder. A young mum commits the ultimate act of betrayal against her children; a jealous lover plots a horrible revenge; and having twins becomes twice as tough for a naive housewife. These women have lost their maternal instincts. They are willing to sacrifice innocent blood.

Sun 3rd September

Suburban Secrets

The quaint town of Dudley, MA is shattered when popular young mother Jennifer Abbott mysteriously dies. It began back on one March night when Jennifer had no idea her brother's party would be the last time she would see her family and friends. Jennifer wakes the next morning very ill and is rushed to the hospital. But her symptoms baffle doctors and within a week, she is dead. The mystery only deepens when the autopsy confirms cause of death - methanol poisoning. Has one of Dudley's own committed murder?

Sun 3rd September

Body of Evidence

In Florida, a peaceful retirement community is shattered when a 63-year-old woman is assaulted in her home. When police arrive at the scene, they find few clues. As the investigation continues, police receive several calls from women reporting late night robberies. The authorities believe that the same man is involved in all these cases. With nowhere to turn, they ask FDLE Profiler Dayle Hinman to join the investigation. Dayle leads investigators on a chase to find the assailant who she thinks is living nearby.

Sun 3rd September

Crime Stories

Psychics may be the hot commodity on afternoon television, but in the world of criminal investigation they can, and have, helped not only in crime solving but also in fine-tuning the gut instinct of a seasoned detective. Told from the detective's point of view, Psychic Detectives will re-visit crimes that a psychic helped crack. In addition, investigators and psychics will share the uncanny tips and unexplainable clues that have helped close unsolvable cases.

Sun 3rd September

Crime Stories

Rookies documents the real life struggles and behind-the-scenes dramas of recruits in one of America's top Police Academies - The Police Academy of Somerset, New Jersey. Upbeat, heroic, comic and tragic, Rookies is a story of personal success and failure. Rookies take the audience into the high-pressure world of a Police Boot Camp. From orientation day to graduation, Rookies follows young men and women from many ethnic backgrounds as they struggle to realise their dreams of becoming Police Officers.

Sun 3rd September

The Hunt With John Walsh

Colorado, 1986: new evidence in the case of Thayne Smika leads to a manhunt for the suspect. California, 2004: Frederick Mclean disappears after facing multiple charges of child molestation.

Sun 3rd September

Surviving Evil

Charisma Carpenter, best known for her role as Cordelia Chase on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off Angel, is the host of Surviving Evil, featuring dramatically compelling and emotional stories of victims who fought back against their attackers and, against amazing odds, survived. Carpenter is the survivor of a real-life incident that she endured more than 20 years ago. The actress and two friends were swimming at San Diego's Torrey Pines State Beach in 1991 when they were violently attacked by an armed, rogue police officer. Carpenter fought for her survival after being held at gunpoint, but her two friends were both shot by the attacker and seriously wounded. The police officer was sentenced to 56 years in prison for the attacks in addition to a series of rapes and robberies. It's an early summer morning when evil comes calling in Kokomo, Indiana. A recent college graduate with a bright future, 21-year-old Anita Wooldridge answers the door without hesitation. After all, the man is a member of the fitness club where she once worked and he's only asking for a glass of water. But that's when things go horribly wrong. And what starts out as a robbery soon takes on a more sinister twist. Anita's attacker ties her up, locks her in the trunk of her own car, and drives off. And the story gets more terrifying by the minute. Hundreds of miles from home, she is imprisoned in a metal cabinet and is repeatedly raped as her kidnapper plays out his violent sexual fantasies. Law enforcement agents launch a massive manhunt. And with only the suspect's name to go on, they've got to find him and Anita before it's too late.

Sun 3rd September

Kids For Cash

In the wake of the shootings at Columbine, a small town celebrates a charismatic judge who is hell-bent on keeping kids in line, until one parent dares to question the motives behind his brand of justice. Told through the eyes of both victims and villains, this documentary exposes a shocking American secret - a notorious judicial scandal that found corrupt judges sending children to a private, for-profit detention centre without counsel or being advised of their rights. This real-life thriller reveals the untold stories of the masterminds at the centre of the scandal and the chilling aftermath of lives destroyed in the process - a stunning emotional roller coaster that will make you question how the world's premiere democracy can allow corrupt judges to trample on the rights of countless children.

Sun 3rd September

Noon

My Crazy Ex

When an RV deliveryman picks up a panicked bride, her ill-fated wedding leads him on the ride of his life. When a struggling author becomes obsessed with breaking a world record, his girlfriend tries to intervene before he goes too far. A woman regrets convincing her unemployed husband to run for city council when his campaign takes a dirty turn.

Sun 3rd September

Fatal Vows

Traces the deadly and tragic journeys of 13 marriages that go from mindful bliss to deepest, darkest despair. The series uses personal interviews, family photos, expert commentary and dramatic re-enactments to understand how the relationships deteriorate so tragically. The series uncovers what forces compel one partner to turn so violently against the love of their life? What are the diabolical reasons for committing the final, gruesome act of murder?

Sun 3rd September

Surviving Evil

Charisma Carpenter, best known for her role as Cordelia Chase on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off Angel, is the host of Surviving Evil, featuring dramatically compelling and emotional stories of victims who fought back against their attackers and, against amazing odds, survived. Carpenter is the survivor of a real-life incident that she endured more than 20 years ago. The actress and two friends were swimming at San Diego's Torrey Pines State Beach in 1991 when they were violently attacked by an armed, rogue police officer. Carpenter fought for her survival after being held at gunpoint, but her two friends were both shot by the attacker and seriously wounded. The police officer was sentenced to 56 years in prison for the attacks in addition to a series of rapes and robberies. It's an early summer morning when evil comes calling in Kokomo, Indiana. A recent college graduate with a bright future, 21-year-old Anita Wooldridge answers the door without hesitation. After all, the man is a member of the fitness club where she once worked and he's only asking for a glass of water. But that's when things go horribly wrong. And what starts out as a robbery soon takes on a more sinister twist. Anita's attacker ties her up, locks her in the trunk of her own car, and drives off. And the story gets more terrifying by the minute. Hundreds of miles from home, she is imprisoned in a metal cabinet and is repeatedly raped as her kidnapper plays out his violent sexual fantasies. Law enforcement agents launch a massive manhunt. And with only the suspect's name to go on, they've got to find him and Anita before it's too late.

Sun 3rd September

The First 48

In Memphis, Sgt. Debo Carson and her team investigate the murder of a man shot dead outside of his house. The case takes a turn when a man investigators believe to be a witness becomes a suspect. In Dallas, a car-jacking spree leaves one man dead. With only a general description of the getaway vehicle, a silver infinity, Sgt. Larry Lewis and his team must pull out all the stops to track down the killers.

Sun 3rd September

Caught On Camera

With almost six million cameras across the UK, Britain's network of CCTV cameras is the most sophisticated in the world - revealing more shocking crime than ever before. With top technology used to scan a crime scene, there is a higher likelihood of criminals getting caught and convicted across the UK than ever before. Journalist Nick Wallis presents us with unbelievable brutality, sinister criminality and high octane smash and grab crimes. All off-set by diligent, fearless and meticulous crime fighters, catching the criminals caught on camera. With unprecedented access to much of the Met, including the police helicopter, plus councils, control rooms and security forces across the country, this series continues to paint a crime map of Britain, as well as showing you who and how crime is fought in 2015.

Sun 3rd September

Evening

The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door

This series goes even further than before to uncover the extraordinary hell some people of the UK are living with. We get to see for ourselves what it's like to live next door to a nightmare, and we look at the devastating aftermath when people's lives are pulled apart as a result.

Sun 3rd September

Court Justice: Sydney

Sydney's hard-working magistrates reveal the difficult deliberations handing down a sentence to a young man caught for a second time with cocaine. Meanwhile, a Sydney cabbie is disputing his first traffic fine in 20 years driving, and a man faces a serious sentence after being caught with a crossbow.

Sun 3rd September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

This program investigates love affairs gone wrong and spouses driven to kill. Stories that give a whole new meaning to the vow, "till death do us part." Each episode spotlights one or two true crime stories. Expert investigators lead us through each crime scene, identify the motive, and track down the killer. Every case features actual evidence, re-enactments, and news footage of these lethal love affairs.

Sun 3rd September

Serial Killer Sunday

This series takes an in-depth look at some of the world's most prolific serial killers through the first hand accounts and testaments of the people who knew them best. Police detectives, journalists, childhood friends, room mates, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology will offer us an insight in to their unique relationships with the most evil of society. He was known as the Killer Clown, and buried his young male victims under the crawl space of his suburban home. He was a monster in human form - a pillar of the community who viciously snuffed out the lives of more than thirty men. He'd prowl the streets at night, luring hitchhikers and runaways back to his home where he'd torture and kill them. Gacy was found guilty in 1980 and sentenced to death.

Sun 3rd September

Crimes That Shook Britain

In the early hours of 20 August 1989, 131 people were attending the birthday party of Cambridge graduate Antonio de Vasconcellos in London. Held on the River Thames on the pleasure boat Marchioness, the boat collided with dredger Bowbelle and sank within minutes resulting in the loss of 51 lives. Following the disaster, families were told they could not see their loved ones and questionable practices were carried out on the deceased causing an inquiry to take place several years later. 2014 marks the 25th anniversary of the tragedy, we uncover not only how the tragedy unfolded but how it continued in the aftermath of the accident. Talking to survivors, relatives and Maritime experts we reveal the mistakes made and the changes now in place to ensure that this type of disaster never reoccurs.

Sun 3rd September

Court Justice: Sydney

Sydney's hard-working magistrates reveal the difficult deliberations handing down a sentence to a young man caught for a second time with cocaine. Meanwhile, a Sydney cabbie is disputing his first traffic fine in 20 years driving, and a man faces a serious sentence after being caught with a crossbow.

Sun 3rd September

Court Justice: Sydney

Drink driving is an endemic problem around the world and in NSW alone 20,000 people are charged with the offence. Magistrates in Sydney's busiest court have minimal tolerance for drink drivers, especially for repeat offenders. This time, three drink drivers suffer the consequences of their actions.

Sun 3rd September

The First 48

In Memphis, Sgt. Debo Carson and her team investigate the murder of a man shot dead outside of his house. The case takes a turn when a man investigators believe to be a witness becomes a suspect. In Dallas, a car-jacking spree leaves one man dead. With only a general description of the getaway vehicle, a silver infinity, Sgt. Larry Lewis and his team must pull out all the stops to track down the killers.

Mon 4th September

Morning

Court Justice: Sydney

Sydney's hard-working magistrates reveal the difficult deliberations handing down a sentence to a young man caught for a second time with cocaine. Meanwhile, a Sydney cabbie is disputing his first traffic fine in 20 years driving, and a man faces a serious sentence after being caught with a crossbow.

Mon 4th September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

This program investigates love affairs gone wrong and spouses driven to kill. Stories that give a whole new meaning to the vow, "till death do us part." Each episode spotlights one or two true crime stories. Expert investigators lead us through each crime scene, identify the motive, and track down the killer. Every case features actual evidence, re-enactments, and news footage of these lethal love affairs.

Mon 4th September

Crime Secrets Of...

This program returns as a new crime wave hits London above and below ground. This is latest story of the pickpockets and the Police squads sent in to track them down. This time the series is at street level in London's West End - to witness how the gangs target the pub crowds as they spill out onto the streets. Through the eyes of a Big Issue seller who watches everything, you'll never see the Capital in the same way again. We'll reveal some new tricks of the criminal trade, from the "Lebanese loop" to "Scattering", where a pickpocket targets their drunken victim by weaving and bobbing around while talking to them in order to disorientate them and make them fall over. They can then help them up and help themselves to some change. As the public changes its spending habits, we'll reveal how the criminals are changing their techniques too. This episode tells the story of the rise in cash point scams as the criminals find new ways to get at your money. The Secrets team sits in on a stakeout with a specialist Police unit targeted with catching one organised ATM gang in the act ... It's the story of a long wait, rising tension and then a very dramatic four car chase. And finally, we meet the experts on both sides of this extraordinary game of cat and mouse - from the no-nonsense Sergeant of one of British Transport Police's dip squad with dozens of arrests to his name, to the Chilean pickpockets, who always seem to get away.

Mon 4th September

The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door

This series goes even further than before to uncover the extraordinary hell some people of the UK are living with. We get to see for ourselves what it's like to live next door to a nightmare, and we look at the devastating aftermath when people's lives are pulled apart as a result.

Mon 4th September

Serial Killer Sunday

This series takes an in-depth look at some of the world's most prolific serial killers through the first hand accounts and testaments of the people who knew them best. Police detectives, journalists, childhood friends, room mates, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology will offer us an insight in to their unique relationships with the most evil of society. He was known as the Killer Clown, and buried his young male victims under the crawl space of his suburban home. He was a monster in human form - a pillar of the community who viciously snuffed out the lives of more than thirty men. He'd prowl the streets at night, luring hitchhikers and runaways back to his home where he'd torture and kill them. Gacy was found guilty in 1980 and sentenced to death.

Mon 4th September

Crimes That Shook Britain

In the early hours of 20 August 1989, 131 people were attending the birthday party of Cambridge graduate Antonio de Vasconcellos in London. Held on the River Thames on the pleasure boat Marchioness, the boat collided with dredger Bowbelle and sank within minutes resulting in the loss of 51 lives. Following the disaster, families were told they could not see their loved ones and questionable practices were carried out on the deceased causing an inquiry to take place several years later. 2014 marks the 25th anniversary of the tragedy, we uncover not only how the tragedy unfolded but how it continued in the aftermath of the accident. Talking to survivors, relatives and Maritime experts we reveal the mistakes made and the changes now in place to ensure that this type of disaster never reoccurs.

Mon 4th September

Surviving Evil

Charisma Carpenter, best known for her role as Cordelia Chase on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off Angel, is the host of Surviving Evil, featuring dramatically compelling and emotional stories of victims who fought back against their attackers and, against amazing odds, survived. Carpenter is the survivor of a real-life incident that she endured more than 20 years ago. The actress and two friends were swimming at San Diego's Torrey Pines State Beach in 1991 when they were violently attacked by an armed, rogue police officer. Carpenter fought for her survival after being held at gunpoint, but her two friends were both shot by the attacker and seriously wounded. The police officer was sentenced to 56 years in prison for the attacks in addition to a series of rapes and robberies. It's an early summer morning when evil comes calling in Kokomo, Indiana. A recent college graduate with a bright future, 21-year-old Anita Wooldridge answers the door without hesitation. After all, the man is a member of the fitness club where she once worked and he's only asking for a glass of water. But that's when things go horribly wrong. And what starts out as a robbery soon takes on a more sinister twist. Anita's attacker ties her up, locks her in the trunk of her own car, and drives off. And the story gets more terrifying by the minute. Hundreds of miles from home, she is imprisoned in a metal cabinet and is repeatedly raped as her kidnapper plays out his violent sexual fantasies. Law enforcement agents launch a massive manhunt. And with only the suspect's name to go on, they've got to find him and Anita before it's too late.

Mon 4th September

Crime Secrets Of...

This program returns as a new crime wave hits London above and below ground. This is latest story of the pickpockets and the Police squads sent in to track them down. This time the series is at street level in London's West End - to witness how the gangs target the pub crowds as they spill out onto the streets. Through the eyes of a Big Issue seller who watches everything, you'll never see the Capital in the same way again. We'll reveal some new tricks of the criminal trade, from the "Lebanese loop" to "Scattering", where a pickpocket targets their drunken victim by weaving and bobbing around while talking to them in order to disorientate them and make them fall over. They can then help them up and help themselves to some change. As the public changes its spending habits, we'll reveal how the criminals are changing their techniques too. This episode tells the story of the rise in cash point scams as the criminals find new ways to get at your money. The Secrets team sits in on a stakeout with a specialist Police unit targeted with catching one organised ATM gang in the act ... It's the story of a long wait, rising tension and then a very dramatic four car chase. And finally, we meet the experts on both sides of this extraordinary game of cat and mouse - from the no-nonsense Sergeant of one of British Transport Police's dip squad with dozens of arrests to his name, to the Chilean pickpockets, who always seem to get away.

Mon 4th September

Court Justice: Sydney

Sydney's hard-working magistrates reveal the difficult deliberations handing down a sentence to a young man caught for a second time with cocaine. Meanwhile, a Sydney cabbie is disputing his first traffic fine in 20 years driving, and a man faces a serious sentence after being caught with a crossbow.

Mon 4th September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

This program investigates love affairs gone wrong and spouses driven to kill. Stories that give a whole new meaning to the vow, "till death do us part." Each episode spotlights one or two true crime stories. Expert investigators lead us through each crime scene, identify the motive, and track down the killer. Every case features actual evidence, re-enactments, and news footage of these lethal love affairs.

Mon 4th September

Serial Killer Sunday

This series takes an in-depth look at some of the world's most prolific serial killers through the first hand accounts and testaments of the people who knew them best. Police detectives, journalists, childhood friends, room mates, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology will offer us an insight in to their unique relationships with the most evil of society. He was known as the Killer Clown, and buried his young male victims under the crawl space of his suburban home. He was a monster in human form - a pillar of the community who viciously snuffed out the lives of more than thirty men. He'd prowl the streets at night, luring hitchhikers and runaways back to his home where he'd torture and kill them. Gacy was found guilty in 1980 and sentenced to death.

Mon 4th September

Crimes That Shook Britain

In the early hours of 20 August 1989, 131 people were attending the birthday party of Cambridge graduate Antonio de Vasconcellos in London. Held on the River Thames on the pleasure boat Marchioness, the boat collided with dredger Bowbelle and sank within minutes resulting in the loss of 51 lives. Following the disaster, families were told they could not see their loved ones and questionable practices were carried out on the deceased causing an inquiry to take place several years later. 2014 marks the 25th anniversary of the tragedy, we uncover not only how the tragedy unfolded but how it continued in the aftermath of the accident. Talking to survivors, relatives and Maritime experts we reveal the mistakes made and the changes now in place to ensure that this type of disaster never reoccurs.

Mon 4th September

Forensic Files

Troubling clusters of deadly cancer cases strike concerned communities across the country. In a Phoenix suburb, too many children are fatally stricken with leukemia and, on a Connecticut street, there is a disproportionate amount of illness, including four cases of brain cancer. Modern environmental agents such as buried poisons and electrical substations are found; could these be the culprits?

Mon 4th September

The First 48

In Dallas, a motorist passing along a highway discovers a man's body with a knife wound to the chest and his genitals burnt up; the shocking riddle of this scene propels the detectives on an odyssey through a rowdy world of Texas prostitutes and drugs. And when a hard working Mexican migrant supporting his young family is found dead in an apartment complex parking lot, detectives can't find a motive. As their investigation deepens, the detectives must navigate through a complex web of family ties to identity the killer...and catch him before he can flee across the border to Mexico.

Mon 4th September

Noon

It Takes A Killer

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

Mon 4th September

Court Justice: Sydney

Sydney's hard-working magistrates reveal the difficult deliberations handing down a sentence to a young man caught for a second time with cocaine. Meanwhile, a Sydney cabbie is disputing his first traffic fine in 20 years driving, and a man faces a serious sentence after being caught with a crossbow.

Mon 4th September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

This program investigates love affairs gone wrong and spouses driven to kill. Stories that give a whole new meaning to the vow, "till death do us part." Each episode spotlights one or two true crime stories. Expert investigators lead us through each crime scene, identify the motive, and track down the killer. Every case features actual evidence, re-enactments, and news footage of these lethal love affairs.

Mon 4th September

Serial Killer Sunday

This series takes an in-depth look at some of the world's most prolific serial killers through the first hand accounts and testaments of the people who knew them best. Police detectives, journalists, childhood friends, room mates, attorneys and leading experts in criminal psychology will offer us an insight in to their unique relationships with the most evil of society. He was known as the Killer Clown, and buried his young male victims under the crawl space of his suburban home. He was a monster in human form - a pillar of the community who viciously snuffed out the lives of more than thirty men. He'd prowl the streets at night, luring hitchhikers and runaways back to his home where he'd torture and kill them. Gacy was found guilty in 1980 and sentenced to death.

Mon 4th September

Crimes That Shook Britain

In the early hours of 20 August 1989, 131 people were attending the birthday party of Cambridge graduate Antonio de Vasconcellos in London. Held on the River Thames on the pleasure boat Marchioness, the boat collided with dredger Bowbelle and sank within minutes resulting in the loss of 51 lives. Following the disaster, families were told they could not see their loved ones and questionable practices were carried out on the deceased causing an inquiry to take place several years later. 2014 marks the 25th anniversary of the tragedy, we uncover not only how the tragedy unfolded but how it continued in the aftermath of the accident. Talking to survivors, relatives and Maritime experts we reveal the mistakes made and the changes now in place to ensure that this type of disaster never reoccurs.

Mon 4th September

The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door

This series goes even further than before to uncover the extraordinary hell some people of the UK are living with. We get to see for ourselves what it's like to live next door to a nightmare, and we look at the devastating aftermath when people's lives are pulled apart as a result.

Mon 4th September

It Takes A Killer

A mentally unstable man goes on a two-hour shooting spree, killing one man and wounding two others. Police have no suspects in that homicide, until the shooter resurfaces to rob a tanning salon and ends up face-to-face with an iron-willed customer.

Mon 4th September

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 4th September

The FBI Files

On June 21, 1964 three civil rights workers, two white and one black, disappeared in Mississippi while passing through Neshoba County. They were volunteers who set out to educate southern blacks about receiving the right to vote. An FBI investigation led to the recovery of the bodies of the slain civil right workers and physical evidence was recovered and analysed. This evidence helped identify the workers and their cause of death. The labs also confirmed that all but one of the bullets used to kill the men came from the same gun. The FBI gained the trust of an informant, whose information led to the conviction of seven local Ku Klux Klan members.

Mon 4th September

Evening

Cops

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

Mon 4th September

Cops

(Fort Worth, TX - 1:33 AM Shots Fired Call) East Division Crime Response Team Officer Jamey Pinkston and Officer Brett Mills take the call of a man leaving the scene with an AK-47 in a red Ford Expedition. They pull up and the Hispanic man in white jumps out of the rolling vehicle. He runs through back alleys until he's caught and says, I didn't shoot at anyone.

Mon 4th September

The First 48

In Tulsa, a young woman is killed in a drive by shooting, while her boyfriend, the apparent target of the shooting, walks away unscathed. A group of teenagers is questioned in a bid to find her killer.

Mon 4th September

Snapped: Killer Couples

Overprotective parents lead a love-struck couple down a murderous path.

Mon 4th September

Deadly Women

What turns women into murderers? Are the seeds sown in their childhood? Do they develop into cold-hearted killers because of greed, jealousy, or just for kicks? This series explores the psychology of real life murderesses to find the answers. Pivotal to every story is the contribution of former FBI criminal profiler Candice DeLong, whose long career saw her deal with some of America's worst criminals. She gives telling insights into what triggers mothers, daughters, even grandmothers, to become killers. Through dramatic recreations, forensic evidence and powerful interviews with eyewitnesses and family, the viewer will gain comprehensive knowledge of every crime.

Mon 4th September

Homicide Hunter

Lieutenant Joe Kenda and his Colorado Springs crime-fighting team have solved an unprecedented 387 homicide investigations, resulting in a 92 percent solve rate. This program uses Kenda's first person narrative along with dramatic re-creations to retell the stories of Kenda's most disturbing and challenging murder cases. The program takes viewers behind the scenes with one of the world's best homicide detectives to learn how murders are solved.

Mon 4th September

The First 48

In Tulsa, a young woman is killed in a drive by shooting, while her boyfriend, the apparent target of the shooting, walks away unscathed. A group of teenagers is questioned in a bid to find her killer.

Tue 5th September

Morning

Snapped: Killer Couples

Overprotective parents lead a love-struck couple down a murderous path.

Tue 5th September

Deadly Women

What turns women into murderers? Are the seeds sown in their childhood? Do they develop into cold-hearted killers because of greed, jealousy, or just for kicks? This series explores the psychology of real life murderesses to find the answers. Pivotal to every story is the contribution of former FBI criminal profiler Candice DeLong, whose long career saw her deal with some of America's worst criminals. She gives telling insights into what triggers mothers, daughters, even grandmothers, to become killers. Through dramatic recreations, forensic evidence and powerful interviews with eyewitnesses and family, the viewer will gain comprehensive knowledge of every crime.

Tue 5th September

Forensic Files

In the matter of one day police in Utah were called to two bombings. One killed businessman and Mormon bishop Steve Christensen while the other killed Kathy Sheets wife of Gary Sheets, Christensen's former business partner. Police had difficulty determining the motive for the killings until a third bomb went off injuring Mark Hofmann. After careful analysis, it was determined that Hofmann was actually the bomber and that the bomb had gone off accidentally while trying to tweak it. The motive for the killings was a mixture of fraudulent historical documents and not having enough time to create them.

Tue 5th September

Cops

(Fort Worth, TX - 1:33 AM Shots Fired Call) East Division Crime Response Team Officer Jamey Pinkston and Officer Brett Mills take the call of a man leaving the scene with an AK-47 in a red Ford Expedition. They pull up and the Hispanic man in white jumps out of the rolling vehicle. He runs through back alleys until he's caught and says, I didn't shoot at anyone.

Tue 5th September

World's Wildest Police Videos

This is the fast paced reality show featuring caught-on-tape criminals and the officers who take them down. Hosted by Sheriff John Bunnell, this program gathers footage of law enforcement personnel from across the country and around the world as they face the most dangerous pursuits, the most frightening shootouts, and the most extreme lawbreakers to ever challenge police, and put them in their place to keep our streets safe.

Tue 5th September

North Mission Road

The remains of two teenaged boys were discovered in the desert, north of Los Angeles. Through cutting edge forensics the experts at North Mission Road were able to re-hydrate the index fingers to take fingerprints and then identify the victims. But would this be enough to find their killers?

Tue 5th September

Missing Persons Unit

No crime scene, no witnesses, no evidence to follow - that's exactly what investigators were facing when they tried to track down Lori Leonard. The young woman seemed to have vanished from her upstate New York home. The investigation would take police from upstate NY to New York City, throughout cyberspace, and finally back where they started. But it would be a mysterious key that would literally unlock the case.

Tue 5th September

Cops

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

Tue 5th September

The FBI Files

On June 21, 1964 three civil rights workers, two white and one black, disappeared in Mississippi while passing through Neshoba County. They were volunteers who set out to educate southern blacks about receiving the right to vote. An FBI investigation led to the recovery of the bodies of the slain civil right workers and physical evidence was recovered and analysed. This evidence helped identify the workers and their cause of death. The labs also confirmed that all but one of the bullets used to kill the men came from the same gun. The FBI gained the trust of an informant, whose information led to the conviction of seven local Ku Klux Klan members.

Tue 5th September

Cops

(Fort Worth, TX - 1:33 AM Shots Fired Call) East Division Crime Response Team Officer Jamey Pinkston and Officer Brett Mills take the call of a man leaving the scene with an AK-47 in a red Ford Expedition. They pull up and the Hispanic man in white jumps out of the rolling vehicle. He runs through back alleys until he's caught and says, I didn't shoot at anyone.

Tue 5th September

The First 48

In Tulsa, a young woman is killed in a drive by shooting, while her boyfriend, the apparent target of the shooting, walks away unscathed. A group of teenagers is questioned in a bid to find her killer.

Tue 5th September

Snapped

Denise and Ed Bozarth had a life most people would envy; living on a boat, hanging out, wearing flip-flops. They really didn't work, and they didn't have to. But then a mysterious death would leave the authorities wondering did Ed's past come back to haunt him or was it possible Denise has some secrets of her own?

Tue 5th September

Deadly Women

What turns women into murderers? Are the seeds sown in their childhood? Do they develop into cold-hearted killers because of greed, jealousy, or just for kicks? This series explores the psychology of real life murderesses to find the answers. Pivotal to every story is the contribution of former FBI criminal profiler Candice DeLong, whose long career saw her deal with some of America's worst criminals. She gives telling insights into what triggers mothers, daughters, even grandmothers, to become killers. Through dramatic recreations, forensic evidence and powerful interviews with eyewitnesses and family, the viewer will gain comprehensive knowledge of every crime.

Tue 5th September

It Takes A Killer

A mentally unstable man goes on a two-hour shooting spree, killing one man and wounding two others. Police have no suspects in that homicide, until the shooter resurfaces to rob a tanning salon and ends up face-to-face with an iron-willed customer.

Tue 5th September

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.

Tue 5th September

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 5th September

Noon

The First 48

In Tulsa, a young woman is killed in a drive by shooting, while her boyfriend, the apparent target of the shooting, walks away unscathed. A group of teenagers is questioned in a bid to find her killer.

Tue 5th September

Snapped: Killer Couples

Overprotective parents lead a love-struck couple down a murderous path.

Tue 5th September

Deadly Women

What turns women into murderers? Are the seeds sown in their childhood? Do they develop into cold-hearted killers because of greed, jealousy, or just for kicks? This series explores the psychology of real life murderesses to find the answers. Pivotal to every story is the contribution of former FBI criminal profiler Candice DeLong, whose long career saw her deal with some of America's worst criminals. She gives telling insights into what triggers mothers, daughters, even grandmothers, to become killers. Through dramatic recreations, forensic evidence and powerful interviews with eyewitnesses and family, the viewer will gain comprehensive knowledge of every crime.

Tue 5th September

Homicide Hunter

Lieutenant Joe Kenda and his Colorado Springs crime-fighting team have solved an unprecedented 387 homicide investigations, resulting in a 92 percent solve rate. This program uses Kenda's first person narrative along with dramatic re-creations to retell the stories of Kenda's most disturbing and challenging murder cases. The program takes viewers behind the scenes with one of the world's best homicide detectives to learn how murders are solved.

Tue 5th September

It Takes A Killer

A gunman attempts to take out an entire family one by one as they enter their house. It takes law enforcement nearly two years to crack the code behind the murders only to find out they were masterminded by someone too close for comfort.

Tue 5th September

Crime Files: The Homefront

When Colombia native, Clara Harris, suspects her husband, David, is cheating on her, she attacks him and his mistress in a hotel lobby and then runs him over with her car. And, when 43-year-old Vegas showgirl, Marjorie Orbin, finds the man of her dreams, there's just one problem, she's already married. So when her husband Jay turns up murdered and dismembered, the evidence points to Marjorie, her boyfriend, and a motive to inherit money.

Tue 5th September

The FBI Files

In 1984, south Miami became the home for a sadistic serial killer. Posing as a fashion photographer, Christopher Wilder lured young women from shopping malls with promises of fame and fortune. Most ended up dead. As the FBI closed in around him, Wilder took off on a cross-country murderous rampage. The FBI added Wilder to their Most Wanted Fugitives program. The chase was on, and Wilder ultimately lost. What stopped the serial killer was not brilliant or sophisticated police work, but national publicity that the FBI created.

Tue 5th September

Evening

Cops

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

Tue 5th September

Cops

When Santa Ana, CA, Police Officer, Jose Gonzales, questions a known prostitute, the woman insists that she is doing nothing wrong and claims that she was only escorting her disabled male acquaintance to a nearby fast food restaurant. Another segment features Deputy Steve Sabers and Corporal Brian Shepard of the Hamilton County, OH, Sheriff's Office, responding to a domestic disturbance. At the scene, a man explains that his ex-wife plans to marry a man she recently met on the internet and move their children out of state.

Tue 5th September

Evil Up Close

Delroy Grant - cabbie, cricketer and man of god. Carer of his disabled wife by day, serial rapist by night. Neither neighbours nor friends could have imagined the man hunted by police for hundreds of vicious attacks over 17 years was Delroy. Charismatic and friendly, he was a man revered in his home Jamaican community. But a wife he left, his son, their baby-minder and friends reveal his demonic rise from small-time crook to one of the most wanted men of his generation. Delroy Grant would leave his respectable home-life and disabled wife allegedly to drive a cab. But in reality he was a heartless, preying monster who stalked suburbs searching for the old and infirm to rob, rape and leave for dead. No matter their gender or their age, Delroy Grant would strike and mercilessly ignore his victims' pleas.

Tue 5th September

Nurses Who Kill

They are the angels who patrol the wards. The men and women we trust with our lives. But some are there not to cure - but to kill. Why do they do it? In this docu-drama, true crime series, top medical, criminal and psychological experts will analyse the motives of these nurses who kill, how they get away with it, and how hard it can be to prove their guilt. The cases are brought to life by actors who will portray the real-life nurses in first-person testimonials. Featuring never-before-seen evidence, this program reveals the shocking cynicism and brutality behind the caring personas of those who tuck you in at night.

Tue 5th September

Encounters With Evil

What is it like to come face-to-face with the world's most deranged criminals? From serial killers to cult leaders, sex offenders to kidnappers, this series uses extensive archive footage, expert analysis and interviews with those closest to each case to explore the minds of the perpetrators of the world's most notorious crimes.

Tue 5th September

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.

Tue 5th September

A Stranger In My Home

When Brian Geddes rescues beautiful 22-year-old Jordan Shaver from an abusive boyfriend, she can't believe her luck. Nor can Brian after an ugly divorce, claims of abuse, and a two year bender. He is looking for some company, and stability. He invites the stunning girl into his suburban Idaho home and is more than pleased to take a very hands-on role in her life. Jordan's fought her own dark past and is thrilled to have someone else take the wheel for a while. As time progresses, she too is ready to play the role of girlfriend. Just not with Brian. When Brian takes off to celebrate his 50th birthday at a casino, Jordan takes full advantage of his absence to kick off a new life without him - and with a new lover. When Brian's family is unable reach him, they turn up at his home to find chaos, drugs, a gun, and a bloody secret that will devastate all involved.

Wed 6th September

Morning

Nurses Who Kill

They are the angels who patrol the wards. The men and women we trust with our lives. But some are there not to cure - but to kill. Why do they do it? In this docu-drama, true crime series, top medical, criminal and psychological experts will analyse the motives of these nurses who kill, how they get away with it, and how hard it can be to prove their guilt. The cases are brought to life by actors who will portray the real-life nurses in first-person testimonials. Featuring never-before-seen evidence, this program reveals the shocking cynicism and brutality behind the caring personas of those who tuck you in at night.

Wed 6th September

Encounters With Evil

What is it like to come face-to-face with the world's most deranged criminals? From serial killers to cult leaders, sex offenders to kidnappers, this series uses extensive archive footage, expert analysis and interviews with those closest to each case to explore the minds of the perpetrators of the world's most notorious crimes.

Wed 6th September

Forensic Files

When a boy's body was found in a cornfield, sexual abuse was first considered. Yet when swab samples off the boy's body were analysed, investigators found microscopic one-cell organisms called diatoms. Diatoms are only found in water, so police began collecting samples from different bodies of water. Analysis of diatoms from a nearby creek matched those found on the boy's body and supplied police with the location of the murder. Months later a man from the same area as the boy was convicted of sexual assault and attempted murder. Analysis of the man's car led to a match of diatoms found on the boy's body and led to his arrest.

Wed 6th September

Cops

When Santa Ana, CA, Police Officer, Jose Gonzales, questions a known prostitute, the woman insists that she is doing nothing wrong and claims that she was only escorting her disabled male acquaintance to a nearby fast food restaurant. Another segment features Deputy Steve Sabers and Corporal Brian Shepard of the Hamilton County, OH, Sheriff's Office, responding to a domestic disturbance. At the scene, a man explains that his ex-wife plans to marry a man she recently met on the internet and move their children out of state.

Wed 6th September

Kentucky Justice

Harlan County, Kentucky, is no stranger to violence. Its long mining history means it's seen its fair share of corruption, moon-shining, and murder. The coal mining wars may be over, but with a depressed economy, including the closure of many mines, the County is facing a new crime wave, a growing prescription drug problem. Sheriff Marvin J. Lipfird is determined to get the drug problem under control, and he's spent the last six years building a team of skilled deputies to help him do it. These men chose policing, but many of the people they know have chosen the wrong side of the law. Each has arrested someone they know, sometimes even kin. Sheriff Marvin and his deputies survive shoot-outs, arrest drug dealers, and bring down corrupt city officials in an effort to reduce crime in their beloved Harlan County. Charged with the unenviable task of putting an end to crime and corruption in Harlan County, Sheriff Marvin J. Lipfird and his deputies' resolve is quickly put to the test after a harrowing gunfight with a suspected drug dealer in the upscale neighbourhood of Ivy Hill. While Sheriff Lipfird and Sergeant Miron Southerland try to help their deputies' cope with the aftermath of the shooting, they must also apprehend an alleged cocaine dealer, respond to a call of two motorists driving while impaired and aid a cat shot through the neck with an arrow.

Wed 6th September

North Mission Road

A woman is found dead inside her car in South Los Angeles with a series of bite marks on her body. A forensic dentist makes a mold of one of the bite marks to compare them to a suspect. When an arrest is made the investigators compared the mould to the suspect's teeth as well as DNA from the crime scene to that of the suspect. Would this innovative use of forensics dentistry seal the case?

Wed 6th September

Missing Persons Unit

A young wife disappears without a trace sending her family into a panic. Police investigate, and find her car abandoned in a nearby parking lot. But there's a baffling clue inside - her wedding ring, ominously left behind. Was she murdered, kidnapped, or did she simply take off to start a new life somewhere else? It would take investigators nearly a decade to uncover the truth.

Wed 6th September

Cops

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

Wed 6th September

The FBI Files

In 1984, south Miami became the home for a sadistic serial killer. Posing as a fashion photographer, Christopher Wilder lured young women from shopping malls with promises of fame and fortune. Most ended up dead. As the FBI closed in around him, Wilder took off on a cross-country murderous rampage. The FBI added Wilder to their Most Wanted Fugitives program. The chase was on, and Wilder ultimately lost. What stopped the serial killer was not brilliant or sophisticated police work, but national publicity that the FBI created.

Wed 6th September

Cops

When Santa Ana, CA, Police Officer, Jose Gonzales, questions a known prostitute, the woman insists that she is doing nothing wrong and claims that she was only escorting her disabled male acquaintance to a nearby fast food restaurant. Another segment features Deputy Steve Sabers and Corporal Brian Shepard of the Hamilton County, OH, Sheriff's Office, responding to a domestic disturbance. At the scene, a man explains that his ex-wife plans to marry a man she recently met on the internet and move their children out of state.

Wed 6th September

Evil Up Close

Delroy Grant - cabbie, cricketer and man of god. Carer of his disabled wife by day, serial rapist by night. Neither neighbours nor friends could have imagined the man hunted by police for hundreds of vicious attacks over 17 years was Delroy. Charismatic and friendly, he was a man revered in his home Jamaican community. But a wife he left, his son, their baby-minder and friends reveal his demonic rise from small-time crook to one of the most wanted men of his generation. Delroy Grant would leave his respectable home-life and disabled wife allegedly to drive a cab. But in reality he was a heartless, preying monster who stalked suburbs searching for the old and infirm to rob, rape and leave for dead. No matter their gender or their age, Delroy Grant would strike and mercilessly ignore his victims' pleas.

Wed 6th September

Nurses Who Kill

They are the angels who patrol the wards. The men and women we trust with our lives. But some are there not to cure - but to kill. Why do they do it? In this docu-drama, true crime series, top medical, criminal and psychological experts will analyse the motives of these nurses who kill, how they get away with it, and how hard it can be to prove their guilt. The cases are brought to life by actors who will portray the real-life nurses in first-person testimonials. Featuring never-before-seen evidence, this program reveals the shocking cynicism and brutality behind the caring personas of those who tuck you in at night.