TV Guide

Wed 20th 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. The year 2003 saw the arrest of a man who would eventually confess to the murder of at least 40 patients on wards throughout New Jersey. Charles Cullen strangely was actually a good nurse, he did his job well, but he was also an incredibly troubled man.The true number of his victims may be nearer to 400 - we will probably never know, because the killer nurse Charles Cullen won't say.

Wed 20th September

Encounters With Evil

This episode investigates three cases of those with a dark desire for human flesh - cannibal killers. Infamous American serial killer Jeffery Dahmer sexually assaulted, flayed, beheaded and ate his many young male victims. In Britain, we examine the case of Stephen Griffiths, the self-styled 'crossbow cannibal' who took the lives of three Bradford sex workers in a series of grisly opportunistic murders. And in Europe, we tell the incredible story of Armin Meiwes, the seemingly urbane German cannibal whose lover begged him to eat his penis. An episode not for the faint-hearted.

Wed 20th September

Forensic Files

On October 19, 1992, a lone woman walked out of her house and was never seen again. After five days, police found a bloody pillow and pillowcase lying in the woods not far from Laura's house. Laura's bedroom was then searched, and police used Luminol tests, which react with the enzymes in blood. The police now had a prime suspect, a part-time gardener. Amino Black was used to enhance the fingerprints found on the bloody pillowcase. The results pointed towards the gardener. On June 14, 1993, the gardener plea-bargained to a reduced charge of murder in the second degree.

Wed 20th September

Cops

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

Wed 20th September

Happily Never After

This series reveals true tales of matrimonial murders and some of the most heartbreaking crimes of love gone horribly wrong. Interviews and dramatic re-creations take viewers through the romantic courtship, wedding, and the sinister events that led to murder.

Wed 20th September

North Mission Road

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

Wed 20th September

Suburban Secrets

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

Wed 20th September

Cops

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

Wed 20th September

The FBI Files

A young mother and her infant son mysteriously disappeared from their home. The woman's husband was the only suspect, but he was eventually cleared. There was no solid evidence that a crime had even been committed unitl six months later when a local farmer found the remains of the missing woman and her child. Both had been murdered. Agents and local police had only one tiny piece of evidence - an unidentified hair found in the murdered woman's car. The hair was too small for analysis but FBI lab examiners developed a new DNA technique and finally ended the mystery. The husband's jealous ex-girlfriend had senselessly murdered the woman and her son.

Wed 20th September

Cops

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

Wed 20th September

Evil Up Close

William Jordan was a Bigamist, conman and paedophile. His wives Mary and Michelle thought he was a CIA agent fighting global terrorism. In reality he was an IT wizz-kid working for the British government. Cruising up and down motorway networks he used bugging technology, mind games and marriage to steal from the women he claimed to love, leaving them penniless and homeless. Wife-to-be number three, fiancee Denise King, began to doubt his alibis and shattered the cynical stories which enthralled so many. And as the women in the life of Will Jordan began to unravel his web of lies they discovered a paedophile past, a string of women through the US and UK who he had taken in and how his computer expertise helped him get a job at the very heart of the British government. All three of the women he robbed tell their story for the first time as we see manipulation, mind-games and conscience-free Evil Up Close.

Wed 20th 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. The year 2003 saw the arrest of a man who would eventually confess to the murder of at least 40 patients on wards throughout New Jersey. Charles Cullen strangely was actually a good nurse, he did his job well, but he was also an incredibly troubled man.The true number of his victims may be nearer to 400 - we will probably never know, because the killer nurse Charles Cullen won't say.

Wed 20th September

Encounters With Evil

This episode investigates three cases of those with a dark desire for human flesh - cannibal killers. Infamous American serial killer Jeffery Dahmer sexually assaulted, flayed, beheaded and ate his many young male victims. In Britain, we examine the case of Stephen Griffiths, the self-styled 'crossbow cannibal' who took the lives of three Bradford sex workers in a series of grisly opportunistic murders. And in Europe, we tell the incredible story of Armin Meiwes, the seemingly urbane German cannibal whose lover begged him to eat his penis. An episode not for the faint-hearted.

Wed 20th September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Reno, Nevada, critical care nurse Chaz Higgs summons medical help for his wife, prominent politician Kathy Augustine, 50. EMTs manage to revive her but she never regains consciousness and eventually dies. Over time police discover she died as a result of a lethal dose of a powerful muscle relaxant administered by her husband. In Coventry, England, a workplace romance gets out of hand and leads to the disappearance of Sameena Imam, 34. Detectives discover two brothers plotted to get rid of her.

Wed 20th September

Crime Files: The Homefront

In an effort to avoid divorce and collect on a life insurance policy, 21-year-old Julie Merfeld is caught on camera hiring a hitman to kill her husband. And, while preparing for bed, Robin Kalinowski fatally shoots her husband while he sleeps. Robin claims the rifle was lying on the bed and accidentally went off when she dropped it. But the evidence says otherwise.

Wed 20th September

Crime Investigation Australia

Crime Investigation Australia has conducted a major investigation which reveals the inside story of the Megan Kalajzich murder and the extraordinary Police investigation which will rock the Harbour City's elite to the core. We also detail the true horror of one of Australia's most ghastly crimes, the heartbreak and anguish faced by investigators and interviews with several of the last people to ever see Anna Kemp and her daughter Gracie alive.

Wed 20th September

Noon

Evil Up Close

William Jordan was a Bigamist, conman and paedophile. His wives Mary and Michelle thought he was a CIA agent fighting global terrorism. In reality he was an IT wizz-kid working for the British government. Cruising up and down motorway networks he used bugging technology, mind games and marriage to steal from the women he claimed to love, leaving them penniless and homeless. Wife-to-be number three, fiancee Denise King, began to doubt his alibis and shattered the cynical stories which enthralled so many. And as the women in the life of Will Jordan began to unravel his web of lies they discovered a paedophile past, a string of women through the US and UK who he had taken in and how his computer expertise helped him get a job at the very heart of the British government. All three of the women he robbed tell their story for the first time as we see manipulation, mind-games and conscience-free Evil Up Close.

Wed 20th 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. The year 2003 saw the arrest of a man who would eventually confess to the murder of at least 40 patients on wards throughout New Jersey. Charles Cullen strangely was actually a good nurse, he did his job well, but he was also an incredibly troubled man.The true number of his victims may be nearer to 400 - we will probably never know, because the killer nurse Charles Cullen won't say.

Wed 20th September

Encounters With Evil

This episode investigates three cases of those with a dark desire for human flesh - cannibal killers. Infamous American serial killer Jeffery Dahmer sexually assaulted, flayed, beheaded and ate his many young male victims. In Britain, we examine the case of Stephen Griffiths, the self-styled 'crossbow cannibal' who took the lives of three Bradford sex workers in a series of grisly opportunistic murders. And in Europe, we tell the incredible story of Armin Meiwes, the seemingly urbane German cannibal whose lover begged him to eat his penis. An episode not for the faint-hearted.

Wed 20th September

The Hunt for the Camden Ripper

When mismatched human body parts were found in a bin by a tramp, police launched one of the largest manhunts in recent history. With exclusive access to Scotland Yard's investigation and forensic material, including astonishing CCTV footage of the killer disposing of his victims in a nearby street bin, this film tells the inside story of the police work that led to the capture of Anthony Hardy - the Camden Ripper - a 51-year-old man with four children, a history of mental illness and who was a known threat to women.

Wed 20th September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Daytona Beach, Florida, Kosta Fotopoulos doesn't let marriage stop him fooling around with attractive cocktail waitress Deidre Hunt. He trains her to be an assassin - which involves killing an innocent young man, while he plots the murder of his wife. In Australia, 31-year-old Rachelle Yeo dumps her married boyfriend who won't let go. He turns up at her Sydney home to punish her.

Wed 20th September

Crime Files: The Homefront

When Mark Barton's wife is murdered, the mild-mannered chemist uses the insurance money to take a dive into the fast-paced world of day trading. But when his finances go bust, he goes on a rampage, killing 12 people, including his second wife and two young children. Grandparents, Kelly and James Robarge, have been married for 20 tumultuous years. Kelly finally files for divorce, but then mysteriously disappears. Her mutilated body is discovered in the woods and all evidence points to her husband, James.

Wed 20th September

The FBI Files

In 1980, the FBI began a massive undercover operation, code named Safebet, that was designed to expose the Chicago Mafia's infiltration into the city's surrounding suburbs. Undercover agents quickly discovered that the mob had its tentacles spread into every facet of the law enforcement community. Agents refocused and sought to expose the corrupt politicians and police. They unwittingly uncovered the murder of a wealthy socialite, perpetrated by a jealous and greedy mob lawyer and covered up by the local police chief. The conspiracy gave the FBI the leverage they needed to break up the mob's stranglehold in the suburbs.

Wed 20th September

Evening

Cops

Various rabble rousing from New Orleans during Mardi Gra 2004 including men flashing and getting arrested, a couple having sex, a patron spitting on a doorman and getting arrested, a man arrested for public urination and an arrest for illegal gambling.

Wed 20th September

Cops

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

Wed 20th September

Life And Death Row: Love Triangle

From the makers of the highly acclaimed Life and Death Row series, this specially produced content tells the story of Heather, a beautiful young wife and mother, who has disappeared without trace. Her adulterous husband Joshua and his pregnant lover Emilia are brought in for questioning. What has happened to Heather and who is telling the truth? Will one man's love triangle become a death sentence for both women? Concerned for her whereabouts, detectives bring in her estranged husband Joshua Fulgham for questioning. During his initial interview, police discover Josh had a pregnant lover, Emilia Carr. Growing more suspicious, detectives want to interview Emilia to find out what she knows about the disappearance of Heather.

Wed 20th September

Hunting the Paedophiles: Inside the NCA

In 2013, an investigation by the newly created National Crime Agency revealed that hundreds of British teenage boys had been duped into sending indecent images of themselves to what they thought was a teenage girl online. Many were blackmailed into sending more and more images, with chilling threats made against them by an unknown abuser. With unprecedented access inside the National Crime Agency, this gripping film retells, step-by-step, the hunt to find this offender - a journey that would take investigators half way across the world, and the race against time for social workers to try to locate and protect all the victims - when the numbers keep going up.

Wed 20th September

The First 48

In Memphis, Sergeant Caroline Mason and her team respond to a convenience store shooting, where surveillance cameras captured the last few moments of a man's life. Investigators must sift through the footage for clues that will point them to the killer. And in Miami, Detectives Fernando Bosch and Ricky Martinez are called to a wealthy high-rise condo, where the crime scene blood-covered bathroom. To track down the killer, investigators follow a blood trail that leads them out of the building and into a hair-raising manhunt.

Wed 20th September

Killers

The unfortunate truth of modern policing is that despite all the DNA tests, criminal profiles and surveillance technology it's still extremely difficult to catch a killer. Random killers, who murder as a passion, can elude even the most highly trained and well equipped of police forces. Luckily, they tend to give themselves away. This is a documentary series that tells the surprising story of how some of Europe's most horrific murderers were eventually brought to justice. It's a story of shocking crimes and bizarrely simple blunders that takes the audience behind the worn-out stereotype of the criminal mastermind to reveal the very ordinary men who commit the most inhuman of crimes.

Thu 21st September

Morning

Life And Death Row: Love Triangle

From the makers of the highly acclaimed Life and Death Row series, this specially produced content tells the story of Heather, a beautiful young wife and mother, who has disappeared without trace. Her adulterous husband Joshua and his pregnant lover Emilia are brought in for questioning. What has happened to Heather and who is telling the truth? Will one man's love triangle become a death sentence for both women? Concerned for her whereabouts, detectives bring in her estranged husband Joshua Fulgham for questioning. During his initial interview, police discover Josh had a pregnant lover, Emilia Carr. Growing more suspicious, detectives want to interview Emilia to find out what she knows about the disappearance of Heather.

Thu 21st September

Forensic Files

On Friday, June 22, 1984, a couple set off for a camping trip but got lost and fell asleep at a scenic overlook in rural Virginia. They awoke to a person tapping on their car window; they both got out of the car to find out this man had a gun. He ordered the boyfriend to run to the woods and drove off with his girlfriend. The man repeatedly raped and sodomised the young woman and threatened to kill her. Instead, he let her go. When she arrived back to her car, she met her boyfriend who was there with the cops. The young lady positively identified Edward Honaker as the man who raped her. Honaker was given three life sentences, but new DNA testing might provide new information about the rapist. The young lady admitted she had another man in her life at the time of the rape. The DNA in the semen was not that of Honaker, the fiancee, or the second man. Edward Honacker was released from prison after serving 10 years.

Thu 21st September

Cops

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

Thu 21st September

Happily Never After

This series reveals true tales of matrimonial murders and some of the most heartbreaking crimes of love gone horribly wrong. Interviews and dramatic re-creations take viewers through the romantic courtship, wedding, and the sinister events that led to murder.

Thu 21st September

North Mission Road

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

Thu 21st September

Suburban Secrets

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

Thu 21st September

Cops

Various rabble rousing from New Orleans during Mardi Gra 2004 including men flashing and getting arrested, a couple having sex, a patron spitting on a doorman and getting arrested, a man arrested for public urination and an arrest for illegal gambling.

Thu 21st September

The FBI Files

In 1980, the FBI began a massive undercover operation, code named Safebet, that was designed to expose the Chicago Mafia's infiltration into the city's surrounding suburbs. Undercover agents quickly discovered that the mob had its tentacles spread into every facet of the law enforcement community. Agents refocused and sought to expose the corrupt politicians and police. They unwittingly uncovered the murder of a wealthy socialite, perpetrated by a jealous and greedy mob lawyer and covered up by the local police chief. The conspiracy gave the FBI the leverage they needed to break up the mob's stranglehold in the suburbs.

Thu 21st September

Cops

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

Thu 21st September

Life And Death Row: Love Triangle

From the makers of the highly acclaimed Life and Death Row series, this specially produced content tells the story of Heather, a beautiful young wife and mother, who has disappeared without trace. Her adulterous husband Joshua and his pregnant lover Emilia are brought in for questioning. What has happened to Heather and who is telling the truth? Will one man's love triangle become a death sentence for both women? Concerned for her whereabouts, detectives bring in her estranged husband Joshua Fulgham for questioning. During his initial interview, police discover Josh had a pregnant lover, Emilia Carr. Growing more suspicious, detectives want to interview Emilia to find out what she knows about the disappearance of Heather.

Thu 21st September

Hunting the Paedophiles: Inside the NCA

In 2013, an investigation by the newly created National Crime Agency revealed that hundreds of British teenage boys had been duped into sending indecent images of themselves to what they thought was a teenage girl online. Many were blackmailed into sending more and more images, with chilling threats made against them by an unknown abuser. With unprecedented access inside the National Crime Agency, this gripping film retells, step-by-step, the hunt to find this offender - a journey that would take investigators half way across the world, and the race against time for social workers to try to locate and protect all the victims - when the numbers keep going up.

Thu 21st September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Daytona Beach, Florida, Kosta Fotopoulos doesn't let marriage stop him fooling around with attractive cocktail waitress Deidre Hunt. He trains her to be an assassin - which involves killing an innocent young man, while he plots the murder of his wife. In Australia, 31-year-old Rachelle Yeo dumps her married boyfriend who won't let go. He turns up at her Sydney home to punish her.

Thu 21st September

Crime Files: The Homefront

When Mark Barton's wife is murdered, the mild-mannered chemist uses the insurance money to take a dive into the fast-paced world of day trading. But when his finances go bust, he goes on a rampage, killing 12 people, including his second wife and two young children. Grandparents, Kelly and James Robarge, have been married for 20 tumultuous years. Kelly finally files for divorce, but then mysteriously disappears. Her mutilated body is discovered in the woods and all evidence points to her husband, James.

Thu 21st September

Crime Investigation Australia

We investigate the story of David and Catherine Birnie, Australia's most sadistic husband and wife killing team, who tortured, raped and murdered four women in 1986. We also look into the murder of call girl Roslyn Watson, which had remained unsolved for more than 15 years and would have stayed that way if it wasn't for the tenacious efforts of a bright young Western Australian Police Detective.

Thu 21st September

Noon

Life And Death Row: Love Triangle

From the makers of the highly acclaimed Life and Death Row series, this specially produced content tells the story of Heather, a beautiful young wife and mother, who has disappeared without trace. Her adulterous husband Joshua and his pregnant lover Emilia are brought in for questioning. What has happened to Heather and who is telling the truth? Will one man's love triangle become a death sentence for both women? Concerned for her whereabouts, detectives bring in her estranged husband Joshua Fulgham for questioning. During his initial interview, police discover Josh had a pregnant lover, Emilia Carr. Growing more suspicious, detectives want to interview Emilia to find out what she knows about the disappearance of Heather.

Thu 21st September

Hunting the Paedophiles: Inside the NCA

In 2013, an investigation by the newly created National Crime Agency revealed that hundreds of British teenage boys had been duped into sending indecent images of themselves to what they thought was a teenage girl online. Many were blackmailed into sending more and more images, with chilling threats made against them by an unknown abuser. With unprecedented access inside the National Crime Agency, this gripping film retells, step-by-step, the hunt to find this offender - a journey that would take investigators half way across the world, and the race against time for social workers to try to locate and protect all the victims - when the numbers keep going up.

Thu 21st September

The First 48

In Memphis, Sergeant Caroline Mason and her team respond to a convenience store shooting, where surveillance cameras captured the last few moments of a man's life. Investigators must sift through the footage for clues that will point them to the killer. And in Miami, Detectives Fernando Bosch and Ricky Martinez are called to a wealthy high-rise condo, where the crime scene blood-covered bathroom. To track down the killer, investigators follow a blood trail that leads them out of the building and into a hair-raising manhunt.

Thu 21st September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Sarasota, Florida, Robert Trease considers himself a gigolo, and has a hot, sleazy girlfriend who's willing to go along with his latest get-rich quick scheme. It involves seducing a car dealer and stealing his money. But the plan results in a brutal murder and the lovers go on the run. In Dunedin, New Zealand Dr. Colin Bouwer has tired of his third wife Annette and comes up with a chilling way to kill her. He drugs her to emulate the effects of a tumour.

Thu 21st September

Crime Files: The Homefront

Thirty-four-year-old Gabe Watson is dubbed 'the honeymoon killer' when his wife, Tina, dies while the couple are scuba diving. In a case spanning two continents, investigators try and uncover whether Tina's death was an accident or murder. In 1991, Wanda Holloway hatches a bizarre scheme to hire a hitman to take out the mother of a Texas cheerleader. All so her 13-year-old daughter gets a spot on the school's cheer squad.

Thu 21st September

The FBI Files

After a series of brutal bank robberies and murders in south Miami during the mid-1980s, the FBI embarked on an exhaustive eight-month investigation. With little evidence and no suspects, agents were willing to try anything to find the violent perpetrators. On April 11, 1986, agents conducting routine surveillance spotted the vehicle used in the bank robberies. They attempted to arrest the two suspects in the car and what followed was the bloodiest firefight in FBI history. After the five-minute battle, two agents and the two suspects lay dead, five other agents were seriously wounded.

Thu 21st September

Evening

Cops

More craziness from Mardi Gra 2004 in New Orleans. Stories during this episode mostly center around arrests involving drunken fights, groping of females and indecent exposure.

Thu 21st September

Cops

(Pierce Co. WA - 12:34 AM Pursuit in Progress) Lakewood - Officer Trent Stephens joins the chase of 2 occupants driving back and forth across the city from Pierce to Tacoma. He gets out and lays stop sticks at 5th. The guy sees him and cuts through a 7-11 parking lot. Units from 5 cities are now chasing him. He gets out again and drops the stop sticks after clearing traffic. The car hits them fast, stops a few blocks later and bails. He and the passenger are surrounded and cuffed. The passenger says the driver was going to sell him dope and then cops got behind him and he took off. He wasn't able to get out, he wouldn't let him and he kept asking where to go and he said he was lost. The driver lies on the ground drooling and moaning. Deputy Roger Fuller was leading the chase. The driver has a felony warrant plus will be charged with evasion. The trunk has meth in it. Officer Mike Phipps assists. The passenger has a black eye and says driver would only let him out if he jumped and he thought the way they took the winding turns he would kill them.

Thu 21st September

The Hunt With John Walsh

Victims' rights activist John Walsh returns to TV as host of a documentary style investigation series. Walsh details stories of ongoing cases involving fugitives, with the intent of expanding searches outside the United States. Interviews with victims, loved ones and law enforcement accompany new leads in each hour long episode, giving the public information to facilitate the capture of suspects. Walsh, a spokesman for the National Centre for Missing & Exploited Children, hosted the series 'America's Most Wanted' for 25 years, helping apprehend more than 1,200 criminals. This episode, in 1991, half-brothers Vance Roberts and Paul Jackson fled after being charged with kidnapping and rape. After 15 years on the run, Vance Roberts unexpectedly turned himself in, but has never turned on his brother.

Thu 21st September

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home - only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This show will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Kimberly Perry, a young mother of four children, moves into the Katrina ravaged Little Woods area of New Orleans to start a new life. The whole family hits it off with their new neighbors, the Porees. Kim even hires Kirby Poree and his son Ryan to do her yard work. Unfortunately, Ryan's sloppy work habits soon put an end to that arrangement. Everyone is able to move past this issue, but a daylight robbery at the Poree home, in which Ryan kills one of the intruders, sends relations on a downward spiral. It turns out the thief was a student at the school Kim's daughter attends, and when she comes home wearing a memorial shirt Ryan becomes convinced she was in on the robbery. Accusations turn to anger and anger turns to conflict. Soon hostilities are flying thick and fast, with Ryan increasingly descending into delusion. When he decides enough is enough, violence is the only way out and the war between these families is settled in a deadly hail of bullets.

Thu 21st September

Murder Made Me Famous

Kenneth Bianchi was a serial killer that terrorised Los Angeles between October 1977 and February 1978. But what cops didn't know was that he had a killing accomplice - his own cousin! During this time, Kenneth and his cousin Anthony went on a spree of kidnappings, rapes, and murders in the area and claimed the lives of ten innocent people. Because the bodies of his victims were usually found on hillsides, the infamous "Hillside Strangler" name was born. When Kenneth was caught in 1979, he ratted out Anthony, and both cousins were sentenced to life in prison.

Thu 21st September

The First 48

Miami detectives find a man murdered outside his own apartment. While hunting for the killer, they uncover the victim's inner life, revealing a man torn between who he is and what he believes. In Memphis, a tragic triple shooting leaves two young men dead and one fighting for his life in the hospital. Detectives soon find out that the deadly shooter and his partner may be kids, too. With their only witness in critical condition, they race against the clock to catch the killers before they strike again.

Thu 21st September

The Hunt With John Walsh

Victims' rights activist John Walsh returns to TV as host of a documentary style investigation series. Walsh details stories of ongoing cases involving fugitives, with the intent of expanding searches outside the United States. Interviews with victims, loved ones and law enforcement accompany new leads in each hour long episode, giving the public information to facilitate the capture of suspects. Walsh, a spokesman for the National Centre for Missing & Exploited Children, hosted the series 'America's Most Wanted' for 25 years, helping apprehend more than 1,200 criminals. This episode, in 1991, half-brothers Vance Roberts and Paul Jackson fled after being charged with kidnapping and rape. After 15 years on the run, Vance Roberts unexpectedly turned himself in, but has never turned on his brother.

Fri 22nd September

Morning

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home - only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This show will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Kimberly Perry, a young mother of four children, moves into the Katrina ravaged Little Woods area of New Orleans to start a new life. The whole family hits it off with their new neighbors, the Porees. Kim even hires Kirby Poree and his son Ryan to do her yard work. Unfortunately, Ryan's sloppy work habits soon put an end to that arrangement. Everyone is able to move past this issue, but a daylight robbery at the Poree home, in which Ryan kills one of the intruders, sends relations on a downward spiral. It turns out the thief was a student at the school Kim's daughter attends, and when she comes home wearing a memorial shirt Ryan becomes convinced she was in on the robbery. Accusations turn to anger and anger turns to conflict. Soon hostilities are flying thick and fast, with Ryan increasingly descending into delusion. When he decides enough is enough, violence is the only way out and the war between these families is settled in a deadly hail of bullets.

Fri 22nd September

Murder Made Me Famous

Kenneth Bianchi was a serial killer that terrorised Los Angeles between October 1977 and February 1978. But what cops didn't know was that he had a killing accomplice - his own cousin! During this time, Kenneth and his cousin Anthony went on a spree of kidnappings, rapes, and murders in the area and claimed the lives of ten innocent people. Because the bodies of his victims were usually found on hillsides, the infamous "Hillside Strangler" name was born. When Kenneth was caught in 1979, he ratted out Anthony, and both cousins were sentenced to life in prison.

Fri 22nd September

Forensic Files

On September 17, 1984 nine-year-old Vicki Lynne Hoskinson left on her pink bicycle to run an errand for her mother. She never returned home. Vicki's bike was found abandoned later that afternoon on a nearby street, slightly damaged, but there was no sign of her. Police investigators found that Frank Jarvis Atwood, released after serving time for two child molestation convictions in California, had been in the Tucson area but was now gone. The FBI decided to confiscate Atwood's car to search for forensic evidence. The nickel on the bike was tested and found to be the same as the nickel on Atwood's bumper. The two-way transfer was the deciding factor. Atwood was sentenced to death.

Fri 22nd September

Cops

(Pierce Co. WA - 12:34 AM Pursuit in Progress) Lakewood - Officer Trent Stephens joins the chase of 2 occupants driving back and forth across the city from Pierce to Tacoma. He gets out and lays stop sticks at 5th. The guy sees him and cuts through a 7-11 parking lot. Units from 5 cities are now chasing him. He gets out again and drops the stop sticks after clearing traffic. The car hits them fast, stops a few blocks later and bails. He and the passenger are surrounded and cuffed. The passenger says the driver was going to sell him dope and then cops got behind him and he took off. He wasn't able to get out, he wouldn't let him and he kept asking where to go and he said he was lost. The driver lies on the ground drooling and moaning. Deputy Roger Fuller was leading the chase. The driver has a felony warrant plus will be charged with evasion. The trunk has meth in it. Officer Mike Phipps assists. The passenger has a black eye and says driver would only let him out if he jumped and he thought the way they took the winding turns he would kill them.

Fri 22nd September

Happily Never After

This series reveals true tales of matrimonial murders and some of the most heartbreaking crimes of love gone horribly wrong. Interviews and dramatic re-creations take viewers through the romantic courtship, wedding, and the sinister events that led to murder.

Fri 22nd September

North Mission Road

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

Fri 22nd September

Suburban Secrets

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

Fri 22nd September

Cops

More craziness from Mardi Gra 2004 in New Orleans. Stories during this episode mostly center around arrests involving drunken fights, groping of females and indecent exposure.

Fri 22nd September

The FBI Files

After a series of brutal bank robberies and murders in south Miami during the mid-1980s, the FBI embarked on an exhaustive eight-month investigation. With little evidence and no suspects, agents were willing to try anything to find the violent perpetrators. On April 11, 1986, agents conducting routine surveillance spotted the vehicle used in the bank robberies. They attempted to arrest the two suspects in the car and what followed was the bloodiest firefight in FBI history. After the five-minute battle, two agents and the two suspects lay dead, five other agents were seriously wounded.

Fri 22nd September

Cops

(Pierce Co. WA - 12:34 AM Pursuit in Progress) Lakewood - Officer Trent Stephens joins the chase of 2 occupants driving back and forth across the city from Pierce to Tacoma. He gets out and lays stop sticks at 5th. The guy sees him and cuts through a 7-11 parking lot. Units from 5 cities are now chasing him. He gets out again and drops the stop sticks after clearing traffic. The car hits them fast, stops a few blocks later and bails. He and the passenger are surrounded and cuffed. The passenger says the driver was going to sell him dope and then cops got behind him and he took off. He wasn't able to get out, he wouldn't let him and he kept asking where to go and he said he was lost. The driver lies on the ground drooling and moaning. Deputy Roger Fuller was leading the chase. The driver has a felony warrant plus will be charged with evasion. The trunk has meth in it. Officer Mike Phipps assists. The passenger has a black eye and says driver would only let him out if he jumped and he thought the way they took the winding turns he would kill them.

Fri 22nd September

The Hunt With John Walsh

Victims' rights activist John Walsh returns to TV as host of a documentary style investigation series. Walsh details stories of ongoing cases involving fugitives, with the intent of expanding searches outside the United States. Interviews with victims, loved ones and law enforcement accompany new leads in each hour long episode, giving the public information to facilitate the capture of suspects. Walsh, a spokesman for the National Centre for Missing & Exploited Children, hosted the series 'America's Most Wanted' for 25 years, helping apprehend more than 1,200 criminals. This episode, in 1991, half-brothers Vance Roberts and Paul Jackson fled after being charged with kidnapping and rape. After 15 years on the run, Vance Roberts unexpectedly turned himself in, but has never turned on his brother.

Fri 22nd September

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home - only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This show will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Kimberly Perry, a young mother of four children, moves into the Katrina ravaged Little Woods area of New Orleans to start a new life. The whole family hits it off with their new neighbors, the Porees. Kim even hires Kirby Poree and his son Ryan to do her yard work. Unfortunately, Ryan's sloppy work habits soon put an end to that arrangement. Everyone is able to move past this issue, but a daylight robbery at the Poree home, in which Ryan kills one of the intruders, sends relations on a downward spiral. It turns out the thief was a student at the school Kim's daughter attends, and when she comes home wearing a memorial shirt Ryan becomes convinced she was in on the robbery. Accusations turn to anger and anger turns to conflict. Soon hostilities are flying thick and fast, with Ryan increasingly descending into delusion. When he decides enough is enough, violence is the only way out and the war between these families is settled in a deadly hail of bullets.

Fri 22nd September

Murder Made Me Famous

Kenneth Bianchi was a serial killer that terrorised Los Angeles between October 1977 and February 1978. But what cops didn't know was that he had a killing accomplice - his own cousin! During this time, Kenneth and his cousin Anthony went on a spree of kidnappings, rapes, and murders in the area and claimed the lives of ten innocent people. Because the bodies of his victims were usually found on hillsides, the infamous "Hillside Strangler" name was born. When Kenneth was caught in 1979, he ratted out Anthony, and both cousins were sentenced to life in prison.

Fri 22nd September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Sarasota, Florida, Robert Trease considers himself a gigolo, and has a hot, sleazy girlfriend who's willing to go along with his latest get-rich quick scheme. It involves seducing a car dealer and stealing his money. But the plan results in a brutal murder and the lovers go on the run. In Dunedin, New Zealand Dr. Colin Bouwer has tired of his third wife Annette and comes up with a chilling way to kill her. He drugs her to emulate the effects of a tumour.

Fri 22nd September

Crime Files: The Homefront

Thirty-four-year-old Gabe Watson is dubbed 'the honeymoon killer' when his wife, Tina, dies while the couple are scuba diving. In a case spanning two continents, investigators try and uncover whether Tina's death was an accident or murder. In 1991, Wanda Holloway hatches a bizarre scheme to hire a hitman to take out the mother of a Texas cheerleader. All so her 13-year-old daughter gets a spot on the school's cheer squad.

Fri 22nd September

Crime Investigation Australia

Sometime on the evening of October 19, 1990, the flamboyantly gay Sydney socialite Ludwig Gertsch was strangled with an elastic strap in the bedroom of his lover, Mr Vincent Esposito. His body was found, wrapped in a doona, in Blue Mountains scrub on November 11, 1990. In September, 1994, a Sydney Coroner found that Ludwig Gertsch was strangled "by a person or persons unknown". But that's where the murder trail ends - his killer has never been brought to justice. The murder of Allen Hall at Warnervale, where he lived with Christine Hicks, the estranged wife of boxing mentor and horse trainer Cec Waters, presented a curious public with a cruel and twisted story. Water's eldest son, Dean, eventually was charged with Hall's murder. However, it would be revealed later that Dean had succumbed to his father's demands. Cec Waters was depicted as a bullying, obsessive father, who was determined to make his three sons become boxing champions, but also slaves to his evil will.

Fri 22nd September

Noon

The Hunt With John Walsh

Victims' rights activist John Walsh returns to TV as host of a documentary style investigation series. Walsh details stories of ongoing cases involving fugitives, with the intent of expanding searches outside the United States. Interviews with victims, loved ones and law enforcement accompany new leads in each hour long episode, giving the public information to facilitate the capture of suspects. Walsh, a spokesman for the National Centre for Missing & Exploited Children, hosted the series 'America's Most Wanted' for 25 years, helping apprehend more than 1,200 criminals. This episode, in 1991, half-brothers Vance Roberts and Paul Jackson fled after being charged with kidnapping and rape. After 15 years on the run, Vance Roberts unexpectedly turned himself in, but has never turned on his brother.

Fri 22nd September

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home - only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This show will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Kimberly Perry, a young mother of four children, moves into the Katrina ravaged Little Woods area of New Orleans to start a new life. The whole family hits it off with their new neighbors, the Porees. Kim even hires Kirby Poree and his son Ryan to do her yard work. Unfortunately, Ryan's sloppy work habits soon put an end to that arrangement. Everyone is able to move past this issue, but a daylight robbery at the Poree home, in which Ryan kills one of the intruders, sends relations on a downward spiral. It turns out the thief was a student at the school Kim's daughter attends, and when she comes home wearing a memorial shirt Ryan becomes convinced she was in on the robbery. Accusations turn to anger and anger turns to conflict. Soon hostilities are flying thick and fast, with Ryan increasingly descending into delusion. When he decides enough is enough, violence is the only way out and the war between these families is settled in a deadly hail of bullets.

Fri 22nd September

Murder Made Me Famous

Kenneth Bianchi was a serial killer that terrorised Los Angeles between October 1977 and February 1978. But what cops didn't know was that he had a killing accomplice - his own cousin! During this time, Kenneth and his cousin Anthony went on a spree of kidnappings, rapes, and murders in the area and claimed the lives of ten innocent people. Because the bodies of his victims were usually found on hillsides, the infamous "Hillside Strangler" name was born. When Kenneth was caught in 1979, he ratted out Anthony, and both cousins were sentenced to life in prison.

Fri 22nd September

The First 48

Miami detectives find a man murdered outside his own apartment. While hunting for the killer, they uncover the victim's inner life, revealing a man torn between who he is and what he believes. In Memphis, a tragic triple shooting leaves two young men dead and one fighting for his life in the hospital. Detectives soon find out that the deadly shooter and his partner may be kids, too. With their only witness in critical condition, they race against the clock to catch the killers before they strike again.

Fri 22nd September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Centre Hall, Pennsylvania, frantic Mirinda Boob, 27, dials 911 to report that someone has attacked her husband Samuel, 29. Investigators find he has been shot and killed. They discover his wife has secrets to hide - including steamy flings with several men. In Lincolnshire, England, a fisherman discovers the body of 52-year-old Anita Anderson. Police discover she endured a horrifying ordeal that began with a wicked plot linked to a Christmas party.

Fri 22nd September

Crime Files: The Homefront

Seventeen-year-old Tyler Hadley gets back at his parents for taking away his cell phone, by murdering them, hiding their bodies in a bedroom, and then throwing a party. When 16-year-old Sarah Johnson is told she can't see her 19-year-old boyfriend, she plots to murder the people responsible for keeping them apart - her parents.

Fri 22nd September

The FBI Files

Beginning in the summer of 1990, the bodies of several women began turning up in and around the city of Vienna, Austria. From an extensive investigation by the Viennese police, it was determined that these murders were the work of one sadistic predator. Europe was dealing with a serial killer and with no experience with this kind of predator, Viennese police turned to the FBI. FBI profilers were able to identify a suspect in the murders and more ominously, they linked this same killer to murders committed in the United States. An international manhunt was underway, and the killer, Jack Unterweger - a celebrated writer in his native Germany - was tracked down and arrested in Miami, Florida.

Fri 22nd September

Evening

Cops

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

Fri 22nd September

Cops

Officer Matt Brown is going to assist in a pursuit of a stolen white Honda SR-V heading their way in the rain. Officer Mike Phipps is driving. The suspect blows a light at Tyler and they get permission to PIT. He blows a light turning through head on traffic, hits the stop sticks, loses a tire, but the cops also hit the sticks and lose a tire. South Hill Precinct - Deputy Kristi Estes now takes the lead. The suspect cuts his lights, is pitted on a turn and goes into the lot of an industrial complex. They have to yank Jeremy out through the window, his pants fall down and he screams the whole time about his leg. He is cuffed and so is the passenger. A gun is found on the floor and Jeremy won't look at Kristi when she reads him his rights. They also find packages of dope ready to sell and a bag of money. Jeremy has a warrant and is on probation.

Fri 22nd September

Cops

A suspect runs through a hotel's fence and delivers some shocking news. Officers come across two brothers who've just been in a knife fight. A man fires his BB gun at his neighbour's child.

Fri 22nd September

Cops

A man who won't stop talking is arrested. A domestic-abuse suspect admits to hitting her husband. Officers make undercover drug buys.

Fri 22nd September

They Took Our Child: We Got Her Back

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, Elizabeth shares her story of survival when she was kidnapped at the age of 14 by a man posing as a cop and held for 10 days in an underground bunker.

Fri 22nd 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. In 1961, an eight-year-old girl goes missing. A local boy becomes the prime suspect, but is never charged. When the case goes cold for over a decade, the secret to what happened comes in the form of a cryptic confession from death row. A gang of lost teenagers obsessed with vampirism, devil worship, and drugs are determined to escape their dead-end town. But their faith is tested by a family spreading the good news and a senseless act that would shock an entire town.

Fri 22nd September

The First 48

Dallas Homicide Detectives respond to a call about a body in the charred remains of a car. Digging into the victim's life uncovers a dangerous lifestyle with questionable friends. With each interview, a new piece of the puzzle is revealed and investigators take one step closer to the killer. In Memphis, Sergeant Tony Mullins and his team find themselves crossing state lines into neighbouring Mississippi in their hunt for the person responsible for a home invasion that left one man dead.

Fri 22nd September

Haunted Case Files

In Ontario, a former funeral home's dark past comes back to haunt investigator Michelle Desrochers. Father-daughter team Alan and Anna Tolf investigate a crumbling mansion only to be terrorised by the angry spirit of a scorned wife. In Ohio, ghost hunters are called to a family home, where the spirit of a former owner has returned to threaten the new inhabitants.

Sat 23rd September

Morning

The Haunting Of

Legendary actor, Kevin Sorbo returns to an idyllic lake in Texas where he encountered a ghostly apparition so disturbing it haunts him to this day. Together with psychic medium, Kim Russo, they uncover the terrifying and deadly history of the lake and attempt to release the spirit trapped there.

Sat 23rd September

They Took Our Child: We Got Her Back

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, Elizabeth shares her story of survival when she was kidnapped at the age of 14 by a man posing as a cop and held for 10 days in an underground bunker.

Sat 23rd September

Forensic Files

Jim Reid and his wife Tanya had already been blessed with the birth of one daughter and on May 17, 1983, their second daughter, Morgan Renee, was born. When Morgan was only three months old, she suffered a sleep apnea episode and was admitted to the hospital for four days. Morgan continued to experience occasional apnea episodes, and her last attack was on February 7, 1984. Little Morgan did not respond to resuscitation, and died. On May 2, 1985, Tanya Reid gave birth again, this time to a son named Brandon Michael. Brandon was hospitalized over 20 times during the next two years. When Brandon was temporarily taken away from his mother, he did not experience any seizures or apnea episodes. When prosecutors asked pathologists to re-open Morgan's autopsy records, they discovered that an x-ray taken during the autopsy revealed that she did not die of SIDS but showed brain damage consistent with being shaken violently. The outcome of the first of Tanya's trials ended in a conviction for felony child endangerment of Brandon Michael, and was found guilty of the murder of her daughter, a conviction that was overturned by an appellate court.

Sat 23rd September

Cops

Officer Matt Brown is going to assist in a pursuit of a stolen white Honda SR-V heading their way in the rain. Officer Mike Phipps is driving. The suspect blows a light at Tyler and they get permission to PIT. He blows a light turning through head on traffic, hits the stop sticks, loses a tire, but the cops also hit the sticks and lose a tire. South Hill Precinct - Deputy Kristi Estes now takes the lead. The suspect cuts his lights, is pitted on a turn and goes into the lot of an industrial complex. They have to yank Jeremy out through the window, his pants fall down and he screams the whole time about his leg. He is cuffed and so is the passenger. A gun is found on the floor and Jeremy won't look at Kristi when she reads him his rights. They also find packages of dope ready to sell and a bag of money. Jeremy has a warrant and is on probation.

Sat 23rd September

Happily Never After

This series reveals true tales of matrimonial murders and some of the most heartbreaking crimes of love gone horribly wrong. Interviews and dramatic re-creations take viewers through the romantic courtship, wedding, and the sinister events that led to murder.

Sat 23rd September

North Mission Road

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

Sat 23rd September

Suburban Secrets

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

Sat 23rd September

Cops

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

Sat 23rd September

The FBI Files

Beginning in the summer of 1990, the bodies of several women began turning up in and around the city of Vienna, Austria. From an extensive investigation by the Viennese police, it was determined that these murders were the work of one sadistic predator. Europe was dealing with a serial killer and with no experience with this kind of predator, Viennese police turned to the FBI. FBI profilers were able to identify a suspect in the murders and more ominously, they linked this same killer to murders committed in the United States. An international manhunt was underway, and the killer, Jack Unterweger - a celebrated writer in his native Germany - was tracked down and arrested in Miami, Florida.

Sat 23rd September

Cops

Officer Matt Brown is going to assist in a pursuit of a stolen white Honda SR-V heading their way in the rain. Officer Mike Phipps is driving. The suspect blows a light at Tyler and they get permission to PIT. He blows a light turning through head on traffic, hits the stop sticks, loses a tire, but the cops also hit the sticks and lose a tire. South Hill Precinct - Deputy Kristi Estes now takes the lead. The suspect cuts his lights, is pitted on a turn and goes into the lot of an industrial complex. They have to yank Jeremy out through the window, his pants fall down and he screams the whole time about his leg. He is cuffed and so is the passenger. A gun is found on the floor and Jeremy won't look at Kristi when she reads him his rights. They also find packages of dope ready to sell and a bag of money. Jeremy has a warrant and is on probation.

Sat 23rd September

They Took Our Child: We Got Her Back

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, Elizabeth shares her story of survival when she was kidnapped at the age of 14 by a man posing as a cop and held for 10 days in an underground bunker.

Sat 23rd September

Haunted Case Files

In Ontario, a former funeral home's dark past comes back to haunt investigator Michelle Desrochers. Father-daughter team Alan and Anna Tolf investigate a crumbling mansion only to be terrorised by the angry spirit of a scorned wife. In Ohio, ghost hunters are called to a family home, where the spirit of a former owner has returned to threaten the new inhabitants.

Sat 23rd 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. In 1961, an eight-year-old girl goes missing. A local boy becomes the prime suspect, but is never charged. When the case goes cold for over a decade, the secret to what happened comes in the form of a cryptic confession from death row. A gang of lost teenagers obsessed with vampirism, devil worship, and drugs are determined to escape their dead-end town. But their faith is tested by a family spreading the good news and a senseless act that would shock an entire town.

Sat 23rd September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Centre Hall, Pennsylvania, frantic Mirinda Boob, 27, dials 911 to report that someone has attacked her husband Samuel, 29. Investigators find he has been shot and killed. They discover his wife has secrets to hide - including steamy flings with several men. In Lincolnshire, England, a fisherman discovers the body of 52-year-old Anita Anderson. Police discover she endured a horrifying ordeal that began with a wicked plot linked to a Christmas party.

Sat 23rd September

Crime Files: The Homefront

Seventeen-year-old Tyler Hadley gets back at his parents for taking away his cell phone, by murdering them, hiding their bodies in a bedroom, and then throwing a party. When 16-year-old Sarah Johnson is told she can't see her 19-year-old boyfriend, she plots to murder the people responsible for keeping them apart - her parents.

Sat 23rd September

Crime Investigation Australia

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

Sat 23rd September

Noon

They Took Our Child: We Got Her Back

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, Elizabeth shares her story of survival when she was kidnapped at the age of 14 by a man posing as a cop and held for 10 days in an underground bunker.

Sat 23rd September

On the Case

On the morning of December 23, 1981, Dallas County Sheriff's Deputy, Roy Baird was on a routine patrol when he spotted a Ford Thunderbird abandoned on a remote dirt road. Noticing the engine was still warm, Deputy Baird sensed he had stumbled upon a crime in progress. He sprang into action searching for a victim in the rural area near the car. A hundred feet later, he came upon a ghastly sight; the bodies of a young woman and a little boy murdered in the tall Texas grass. Both had been shot execution style. The victims were 30-year-old, Roxann Jeeves and her five-year-old son Kristopher. As investigators processed the scene they discovered a blue canvas bag. The contents made it clear that the bag had been left behind by the killer. Police found .38 calibre bullets, a brown leather holster, a black wool cap and a small notebook with the name 'E.Oden' written on the back cover. The evidence inside the mysterious bag launched a search for the filler that lasted decades.

Sat 23rd September

On the Case

On June 5, 1987, Elaine Walker sent her 14-year-old daughter, Michelle to the corner store to pick up a pizza and a carton of milk. When Michelle didn't return Michelle's mother grew concerned. Elaine called the store but they said Michelle had bought some groceries and left. After a sleepless night Elaine was able to file a missing person's report. Just hours later an 11-year-old boy found Michelle's body in the woods behind the apartment building where she lived. Michelle had been sexually assaulted and suffocated to death. The once quiet neighbourhood became the centre of a murder investigation. Police developed several solid suspects but none could be linked to the crime and the investigation went cold. Years later a new team of detectives picked up the case. The investigation into Michelle's death would lead them to uncover a path of destruction that had cost three young women their lives.

Sat 23rd September

On the Case

On the morning of September 1, 1979 Peter Caltury went to his daughter's apartment to find out why she was late to work. Inside his daughter, Janet Walsh, was in bed under the covers. When he tried to wake her he realised that the 23-year-old was dead. Panicked, he called police. Junior Patrol Officer Andy Gall responded to the scene. In the bedroom he found Janet naked from the waist down, her hands were bound behind her back with her bathrobe tie and a blue bandanna was knotted tightly around her neck. The young woman had been strangled to death. When the young officer spoke with Janet's heartbroken father the two men developed a unique bond. Gall swore to him that he wouldn't rest until his daughter's killer was behind bars. And over the next 30 plus years he kept his word. Through a myriad of suspects and confusing evidence Gall never gave up until the critical piece of evidence he had been missing was finally discovered.

Sat 23rd September

Cops Uncut

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

Sat 23rd September

Cops Uncut

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

Sat 23rd September

The Hunt With John Walsh

Minnesota, 1989: parents of Jacob Erwin Wetterling keep the search for their son alive after more than 25 years. New Hampshire, 2004: Genevieve Kelley abducts her own daughter and hides her for more than a decade.

Sat 23rd September

Evening

Deadly Women

Females are known as the "gentler sex", but some women don't have a kind bone in their body. They're filled with poison and they will take lives without a second thought. A wealthy mum sacrifices her son to fill her coffers; a greedy book-keeper steals her way to murder and a spoiled teen takes her rebellion to shocking heights. These deadly women have no mercy.

Sat 23rd September

Fatal Attraction

Each episode focuses on an incredible, and dangerous, romance. Driven by powerful, real-life stories, this series weaves together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way, it gives the viewer a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance. In this episode, a football player becomes a prime suspect when his girlfriend goes missing and detectives expose a trail of lies, cheating and murder among other players.

Sat 23rd September

Fatal Vows

Marc and Michelle's teenage romance is fast - and serious. But these spring chickens have a hard time crawling out of their respective parents' nests. And when their family ties get caught in a tug of war - the binds will snap and break.

Sat 23rd September

Unforgiven

This powerful and disturbing documentary covers the outcry approaching the release of Robert Thompson and Jon Venables, the two 10-year-old boys who killed two-year-old James Bulger in 1993. Re-telling the tragedy, the film presents the protests against their release from an institution, delves into the backgrounds of the killers, their terrible violent act and the impact it caused in the UK. It also explores claims that their punishment has been a sham, as reporter Deborah Davies investigates how inmates at secure units are treated and interviews experts to learn whether eight years has been sufficient time to successfully rehabilitate the pair.

Sat 23rd September

Catch My Killer

It's not the first time seven-year-old Donna Fowler runs away from her home in northern California. But this time the she doesn't return, and her family has no idea what happened to her. Though sightings of Donna were reported early on, for 27 years her disappearance goes unsolved - but not forgotten. In Los Angeles, just three years after Donna's disappearance, 18-year-old Stacy Belcher steps out to pick up dinner. When she doesn't return, her boyfriend realises something is terribly wrong. Three days later, her bullet riddled body is found in the back seat of her car. Unfortunately, there is no evidence to link anyone to the crime. These two families are joined by the nightmare of a savage monster on the loose for over two decades.

Sat 23rd September

Once Upon a Time in Cabramatta

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

Sun 24th September

Morning

Cops Uncut

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

Sun 24th September

My Dirty Little Secret

When the Wickses first moved to Gardner, North Dakota, looking for a fresh start everyone thought they were a normal family. Tim's outgoing personality helped him quickly make friends and get a good job. It seemed the Wickses were settling into their new life just fine. Who knew they had so much to hide? An entire family vanishes, and the search for them brings two detectives 500 miles apart on a collision course, as their cases crash together with explosive results. Two men appear to be sharing one identity, but is one of them a killer? A mysterious musician, a decapitated body, and a deadly doppelganger are just some of the bizarre twists detectives must unravel to get their answer.

Sun 24th September

My Dirty Little Secret

When the Wickses first moved to Gardner, North Dakota, looking for a fresh start everyone thought they were a normal family. Tim's outgoing personality helped him quickly make friends and get a good job. It seemed the Wickses were settling into their new life just fine. Who knew they had so much to hide? An entire family vanishes, and the search for them brings two detectives 500 miles apart on a collision course, as their cases crash together with explosive results. Two men appear to be sharing one identity, but is one of them a killer? A mysterious musician, a decapitated body, and a deadly doppelganger are just some of the bizarre twists detectives must unravel to get their answer.

Sun 24th September

Cops Uncut

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

Sun 24th September

Fatal Attraction

Each episode focuses on an incredible, and dangerous, romance. Driven by powerful, real-life stories, this series weaves together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way, it gives the viewer a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance. In the season premiere, a football player becomes a prime suspect when his girlfriend goes missing and detectives expose a trail of lies, cheating and murder amongst other players.

Sun 24th September

Fatal Vows

Marc and Michelle's teenage romance is fast - and serious. But these spring chickens have a hard time crawling out of their respective parents' nests. And when their family ties get caught in a tug of war - the binds will snap and break.

Sun 24th September

Deadly Women

Females are known as the "gentler sex", but some women don't have a kind bone in their body. They're filled with poison and they will take lives without a second thought. A wealthy mum sacrifices her son to fill her coffers; a greedy book-keeper steals her way to murder and a spoiled teen takes her rebellion to shocking heights. These deadly women have no mercy.

Sun 24th September

Suburban Secrets

New Haven, Michigan is a place where you never think twice about locking your door or going out alone at night. But when Judy Mattise doesn't come home after work, and there's still no sign of her two days later, panic grips the quiet town. Police open a missing persons investigation and dig into Judy's background. She was respected in the community and known as a hard worker, but then a troubling detail comes to light; in her free time, Judy volunteered at the local prison. Could her volunteer work be connected to her disappearance? The answer would take the investigation in a shocking new direction.

Sun 24th September

Body of Evidence

Over a six month period, a masked man assaulted several women near Congress Avenue, a main thoroughfare in Palm Beach County, FL. With several suspects but few leads, police consult FDLE Profiler Dayle Hinman. After visiting the crime scenes and looking at the clues, Dayle creates a profile of the suspect. But the question remains - will investigators be able to find him before he attacks again?

Sun 24th September

Crime Stories

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

Sun 24th September

Crime Stories

An in-depth look at the sex crimes and trials of the brutal killer of young women from Seattle to Florida, who, with his movie star looks and charm, managed to fool authorities for years. Bundy was executed in Florida in 1989. Featured are interviews with Anne Rule, who worked with Bundy at the Seattle Crisis Clinic and author of the best-selling book, The Stranger Beside Me; Carol DaRonch, the only woman known to have escaped Bundy; Lynn Thompson, defense attorney; and Robert Ressler, author of Whoever Fights Monsters, and former FBI profiler specialising in sexual homicides.

Sun 24th September

The Hunt With John Walsh

Minnesota, 1989: parents of Jacob Erwin Wetterling keep the search for their son alive after more than 25 years. New Hampshire, 2004: Genevieve Kelley abducts her own daughter and hides her for more than a decade.

Sun 24th 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, 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. When a neighbour knocks at her door one evening, hardworking single mum Andrea Tafolla has no idea she's come face to face with a coke-crazed killer. But after stabbing his wife and her young sister to death in his garage, 24-year-old Raoul Garza is on a drug-fuelled rampage in a small Texas border town. He's locked his three children in a bedroom to go on the prowl for his next victim, and now he's set his sights on Andrea. Violent and remorseless, Garza threatens to kill Andrea's two daughters if she doesn't cooperate. And before long, she finds herself behind the wheel of her car, with a blood stained knife pointed at her, on a terrifying road trip to nowhere. Andrea is desperate to keep the killer calm. And she's determined to save her children, even if it means sacrificing her own life.

Sun 24th September

Unforgiven

This powerful and disturbing documentary covers the outcry approaching the release of Robert Thompson and Jon Venables, the two 10-year-old boys who killed two-year-old James Bulger in 1993. Re-telling the tragedy, the film presents the protests against their release from an institution, delves into the backgrounds of the killers, their terrible violent act and the impact it caused in the UK. It also explores claims that their punishment has been a sham, as reporter Deborah Davies investigates how inmates at secure units are treated and interviews experts to learn whether eight years has been sufficient time to successfully rehabilitate the pair.

Sun 24th September

Noon

Catch My Killer

It's not the first time seven-year-old Donna Fowler runs away from her home in northern California. But this time the she doesn't return, and her family has no idea what happened to her. Though sightings of Donna were reported early on, for 27 years her disappearance goes unsolved - but not forgotten. In Los Angeles, just three years after Donna's disappearance, 18-year-old Stacy Belcher steps out to pick up dinner. When she doesn't return, her boyfriend realises something is terribly wrong. Three days later, her bullet riddled body is found in the back seat of her car. Unfortunately, there is no evidence to link anyone to the crime. These two families are joined by the nightmare of a savage monster on the loose for over two decades.

Sun 24th September

Fatal Attraction

Each episode focuses on an incredible, and dangerous, romance. Driven by powerful, real-life stories, this series weaves together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way, it gives the viewer a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance. In the season premiere, a football player becomes a prime suspect when his girlfriend goes missing and detectives expose a trail of lies, cheating and murder amongst other players.

Sun 24th September

Fatal Vows

Marc and Michelle's teenage romance is fast - and serious. But these spring chickens have a hard time crawling out of their respective parents' nests. And when their family ties get caught in a tug of war - the binds will snap and break.

Sun 24th 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, 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. When a neighbour knocks at her door one evening, hardworking single mum Andrea Tafolla has no idea she's come face to face with a coke-crazed killer. But after stabbing his wife and her young sister to death in his garage, 24-year-old Raoul Garza is on a drug-fuelled rampage in a small Texas border town. He's locked his three children in a bedroom to go on the prowl for his next victim, and now he's set his sights on Andrea. Violent and remorseless, Garza threatens to kill Andrea's two daughters if she doesn't cooperate. And before long, she finds herself behind the wheel of her car, with a blood stained knife pointed at her, on a terrifying road trip to nowhere. Andrea is desperate to keep the killer calm. And she's determined to save her children, even if it means sacrificing her own life.

Sun 24th September

The First 48

In Detroit, Sgt. Gary Diaz and Officer Kelly Mullins investigate a triple shooting that left a young mother and her friend dead. The third victim, a critically injured 18-year-old girl, is the only one who can tell them what happened. And in Dallas, a man is intentionally run down and killed by someone in a car. Detective John Palmer tracks down two potential suspects, but must figure out which one was driving.

Sun 24th September

Caught On Camera

There are almost 6 million CCTV cameras in the UK, more per head than any other country on the planet. These cameras are becoming increasingly important in catching criminals in the act and providing the evidence that's putting the guilty behind bars. Introduced by journalist, Nick Wallis, the highly popular series gives a unique insight into the world of those who monitor our streets and the cops they liaise with 24/7. This series is set to reveal more shocking real crime footage caught on camera from across the UK. From gangs and guns to retail crime; yobs on public transport to traffic horrors this jaw-dropping footage is a unique insight into the crime happening under the nose of the country's CCTV operators.

Sun 24th 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. When Brian Johnston moved into his new home in Falkirk he never could have predicted that 6 years of dispute over a shared access drive would ensue... and end with a violent fight. His neighbour James Keir has spent 20 years building his dream 26 room home and the amount of vehicles delivering building material to his house began to grate on Brian. The two men soon fell out over everything from fence posts to hedge cuttings leading to a fight which saw both of them receive a police warning. But with tensions high it wasn't long before the two men came to blows again - this time leaving one of them in hospital and the other facing trial / Marketing exec Dee moved into a quiet village in Nottinghamshire to be closer to work. Initially welcomed into the tight community, Dee said it didn't take long to make friends with next door Kelly Wagstaff. But when Kelly's music went on late into the evening, Dee complained, marking the start of a dispute between the neighbours which only worsened when Kelly's boyfriend Simon was around. The more Dee complained about noise, the more Simon became abusive and it wasn't long before Dee was fearing for her life and called in the police / A community in Bradford is disgusted when travellers set up camp in the social club car park and leave a trail of mess and destruction behind. One woman fears for her safety when her husband catches one of the children trying to climb into their kitchen through the window while another resident is shocked when she discovers the new neighbours have been using the doorway of her business premises as their personal toilet.

Sun 24th September

Encounters With Evil

This episode investigates four cases in which girls and young women are held against their will, often for many years. We explore the brutality, cruelty and control imposed on their victims by some of the world's most twisted jailers: including Wolfgang Priklopil, who kidnapped 10-year-old Natascha Kampusch, the notorious 'Black Panther' Donald Neilson who killed heiress Lesley Whittle, the monstrous Josef Fritzl who kept his own daughter in an underground dungeon for 24 years, fathering seven children with her - and sexual sadist Ariel Castro who imprisoned three girls as his sex slaves for 10 years.

Sun 24th September

Serial Killer Sunday

In 1982, when the bodies of three women were discovered beneath the surface of Seattle's Green River, no-one realised that it was the beginning of an extraordinary killing spree that would baffle police for 19 years. The 'Green River Killer' would become the most prolific serial killer in US history, claiming the lives of more than four dozen victims, but it would take until 2001 before DNA testing solved the mystery of his identity. To his friends and family, Gary Ridgway was a mild mannered truck painter and a loving husband, but for 19 years he had prowled Seattle's red light areas, picking up young women, strangling them during intercourse, dumping their bodies in the woods, and sometimes returning to have sex with the corpses. Featuring video of his startling confessions - the cops that pursued him, the attorneys who prosecuted and defended him, leading experts, school-friends, and the wife who spent 16 loving years with her dream man, attempt to unravel what had created this monster. Had he been warped by his unusual relationship with mother? Or was the Green River Killer a product of nature - born to kill?

Sun 24th September

Crimes That Shook Britain

Rolf Harris was considered one of the country's best loved entertainers until he was accused of a string of historic indecent assaults. Unlike Jimmy Savile, he was still alive to be brought to justice. Originally from Australia, Rolf Harris became a television star in the UK back in the 1960s. He would become famous for his TV programs, music, and art, even painting a portrait of the Queen for her jubilee in 2012. But in August 2013, his legacy and reputation lay in tatters when he was accused of numerous indecent assaults on girls as young as eight years old between 1968 and 1986. In July 2014, he was sentenced to five years in prison for his actions. We reveal Harris' life and his crimes told by people who worked with him and those who represent his victims who fought so long for justice.

Sun 24th September

Cold Justice: Sex Crimes

Ms Bobbye Bullock, 76, is a retired music teacher and proud mother and grandmother. Tirelessly giving to her community as a teacher, musician, City Councilwoman and organiser of numerous charity activities, she is beloved by the community. On March 30, 2013 in the early hours of the morning, Ms Bobbye, asleep in her bed, awoke to a masked intruder standing over her. This attacker brutally beat her and attempted sexual assault. Bravely, Ms Bobbye fought back and her attacker fled. Currently living in the same home, she is haunted daily by the memory of this horrible assault. Chief Investigator Victor Smith of the Leon County Sheriff's office is on the case and refuses to give up until he can get justice for Ms Bobbye and the entire community.

Sun 24th September

The First 48

In Detroit, Sgt. Gary Diaz and Officer Kelly Mullins investigate a triple shooting that left a young mother and her friend dead. The third victim, a critically injured 18-year-old girl, is the only one who can tell them what happened. And in Dallas, a man is intentionally run down and killed by someone in a car. Detective John Palmer tracks down two potential suspects, but must figure out which one was driving.

Mon 25th September

Morning

A Town & Country Murder

The picturesque market towns and villages of rural Britain are famed for their charm and enjoyed by locals who appreciate the slower pace of life. But the prettiest parts of the land harbour a darker side and are the back drop to some of the most terrible murders of recent times. This program retells these shocking crimes, from execution murders by complete strangers, to crimes of passion by jealous lovers. Examine all aspects of the case from the discovery of the body through each twist and turn of the investigation until the perpetrator is finally banged to rights. Not only do we hear from the detectives who cracked the cases and the bereaved families who lost a loved one, but also from local people who reveal how the murder has changed their tight knit communities forever. This program reveals the truth behind an idyllic facade - things are often not quite what they seem.

Mon 25th September

Crimes That Shook Britain

Rolf Harris was considered one of the country's best loved entertainers until he was accused of a string of historic indecent assaults. Unlike Jimmy Savile, he was still alive to be brought to justice. Originally from Australia, Rolf Harris became a television star in the UK back in the 1960s. He would become famous for his TV programs, music, and art, even painting a portrait of the Queen for her jubilee in 2012. But in August 2013, his legacy and reputation lay in tatters when he was accused of numerous indecent assaults on girls as young as eight years old between 1968 and 1986. In July 2014, he was sentenced to five years in prison for his actions. We reveal Harris' life and his crimes told by people who worked with him and those who represent his victims who fought so long for justice.

Mon 25th 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. When Brian Johnston moved into his new home in Falkirk he never could have predicted that 6 years of dispute over a shared access drive would ensue... and end with a violent fight. His neighbour James Keir has spent 20 years building his dream 26 room home and the amount of vehicles delivering building material to his house began to grate on Brian. The two men soon fell out over everything from fence posts to hedge cuttings leading to a fight which saw both of them receive a police warning. But with tensions high it wasn't long before the two men came to blows again - this time leaving one of them in hospital and the other facing trial / Marketing exec Dee moved into a quiet village in Nottinghamshire to be closer to work. Initially welcomed into the tight community, Dee said it didn't take long to make friends with next door Kelly Wagstaff. But when Kelly's music went on late into the evening, Dee complained, marking the start of a dispute between the neighbours which only worsened when Kelly's boyfriend Simon was around. The more Dee complained about noise, the more Simon became abusive and it wasn't long before Dee was fearing for her life and called in the police / A community in Bradford is disgusted when travellers set up camp in the social club car park and leave a trail of mess and destruction behind. One woman fears for her safety when her husband catches one of the children trying to climb into their kitchen through the window while another resident is shocked when she discovers the new neighbours have been using the doorway of her business premises as their personal toilet.

Mon 25th September

Serial Killer Sunday

In 1982, when the bodies of three women were discovered beneath the surface of Seattle's Green River, no-one realised that it was the beginning of an extraordinary killing spree that would baffle police for 19 years. The 'Green River Killer' would become the most prolific serial killer in US history, claiming the lives of more than four dozen victims, but it would take until 2001 before DNA testing solved the mystery of his identity. To his friends and family, Gary Ridgway was a mild mannered truck painter and a loving husband, but for 19 years he had prowled Seattle's red light areas, picking up young women, strangling them during intercourse, dumping their bodies in the woods, and sometimes returning to have sex with the corpses. Featuring video of his startling confessions - the cops that pursued him, the attorneys who prosecuted and defended him, leading experts, school-friends, and the wife who spent 16 loving years with her dream man, attempt to unravel what had created this monster. Had he been warped by his unusual relationship with mother? Or was the Green River Killer a product of nature - born to kill?

Mon 25th September

Cold Justice: Sex Crimes

Ms Bobbye Bullock, 76, is a retired music teacher and proud mother and grandmother. Tirelessly giving to her community as a teacher, musician, City Councilwoman and organiser of numerous charity activities, she is beloved by the community. On March 30, 2013 in the early hours of the morning, Ms Bobbye, asleep in her bed, awoke to a masked intruder standing over her. This attacker brutally beat her and attempted sexual assault. Bravely, Ms Bobbye fought back and her attacker fled. Currently living in the same home, she is haunted daily by the memory of this horrible assault. Chief Investigator Victor Smith of the Leon County Sheriff's office is on the case and refuses to give up until he can get justice for Ms Bobbye and the entire community.

Mon 25th 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, 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. When a neighbour knocks at her door one evening, hardworking single mum Andrea Tafolla has no idea she's come face to face with a coke-crazed killer. But after stabbing his wife and her young sister to death in his garage, 24-year-old Raoul Garza is on a drug-fuelled rampage in a small Texas border town. He's locked his three children in a bedroom to go on the prowl for his next victim, and now he's set his sights on Andrea. Violent and remorseless, Garza threatens to kill Andrea's two daughters if she doesn't cooperate. And before long, she finds herself behind the wheel of her car, with a blood stained knife pointed at her, on a terrifying road trip to nowhere. Andrea is desperate to keep the killer calm. And she's determined to save her children, even if it means sacrificing her own life.

Mon 25th September

A Town & Country Murder

The picturesque market towns and villages of rural Britain are famed for their charm and enjoyed by locals who appreciate the slower pace of life. But the prettiest parts of the land harbour a darker side and are the back drop to some of the most terrible murders of recent times. This program retells these shocking crimes, from execution murders by complete strangers, to crimes of passion by jealous lovers. Examine all aspects of the case from the discovery of the body through each twist and turn of the investigation until the perpetrator is finally banged to rights. Not only do we hear from the detectives who cracked the cases and the bereaved families who lost a loved one, but also from local people who reveal how the murder has changed their tight knit communities forever. This program reveals the truth behind an idyllic facade - things are often not quite what they seem.

Mon 25th September

Crimes That Shook Britain

Rolf Harris was considered one of the country's best loved entertainers until he was accused of a string of historic indecent assaults. Unlike Jimmy Savile, he was still alive to be brought to justice. Originally from Australia, Rolf Harris became a television star in the UK back in the 1960s. He would become famous for his TV programs, music, and art, even painting a portrait of the Queen for her jubilee in 2012. But in August 2013, his legacy and reputation lay in tatters when he was accused of numerous indecent assaults on girls as young as eight years old between 1968 and 1986. In July 2014, he was sentenced to five years in prison for his actions. We reveal Harris' life and his crimes told by people who worked with him and those who represent his victims who fought so long for justice.

Mon 25th September

Serial Killer Sunday

In 1982, when the bodies of three women were discovered beneath the surface of Seattle's Green River, no-one realised that it was the beginning of an extraordinary killing spree that would baffle police for 19 years. The 'Green River Killer' would become the most prolific serial killer in US history, claiming the lives of more than four dozen victims, but it would take until 2001 before DNA testing solved the mystery of his identity. To his friends and family, Gary Ridgway was a mild mannered truck painter and a loving husband, but for 19 years he had prowled Seattle's red light areas, picking up young women, strangling them during intercourse, dumping their bodies in the woods, and sometimes returning to have sex with the corpses. Featuring video of his startling confessions - the cops that pursued him, the attorneys who prosecuted and defended him, leading experts, school-friends, and the wife who spent 16 loving years with her dream man, attempt to unravel what had created this monster. Had he been warped by his unusual relationship with mother? Or was the Green River Killer a product of nature - born to kill?

Mon 25th September

Cold Justice: Sex Crimes

Ms Bobbye Bullock, 76, is a retired music teacher and proud mother and grandmother. Tirelessly giving to her community as a teacher, musician, City Councilwoman and organiser of numerous charity activities, she is beloved by the community. On March 30, 2013 in the early hours of the morning, Ms Bobbye, asleep in her bed, awoke to a masked intruder standing over her. This attacker brutally beat her and attempted sexual assault. Bravely, Ms Bobbye fought back and her attacker fled. Currently living in the same home, she is haunted daily by the memory of this horrible assault. Chief Investigator Victor Smith of the Leon County Sheriff's office is on the case and refuses to give up until he can get justice for Ms Bobbye and the entire community.

Mon 25th September

Forensic Files

In 1971, John List left a note with the bodies of his mother, wife, and three children in his mansion ballroom, funeral organ music blaring from a central sound system, and disappeared. Eighteen years later, all detectives had to work from was an outdated photograph of List. In 1989, the popular television series America's Most Wanted commissioned an age-scaled bust of List to aid viewers in identifying the confessed murderer. Dr. Frank Bender, nationally-recognised artist and sculptor, worked with forensic psychologist Richard Walter to develop a profile of the aging List. The final bust was so keenly accurate that 350 viewers called with tips, one of which led to List's arrest.

Mon 25th September

The First 48

In his final case as a homicide investigator, Sgt Joe Schillaci teams up with Detectives Mayree Morin and Olga Rome to solve a baffling murder of a man found murdered in his bed. Schillaci and his team soon learn the killer may be a worker for a travelling carnival. They must enter into a murky and dangerous world of "Carnies" to track down the elusive killer... before he leaves town with the show.

Mon 25th September

Noon

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.

Mon 25th September

A Town & Country Murder

The picturesque market towns and villages of rural Britain are famed for their charm and enjoyed by locals who appreciate the slower pace of life. But the prettiest parts of the land harbour a darker side and are the back drop to some of the most terrible murders of recent times. This program retells these shocking crimes, from execution murders by complete strangers, to crimes of passion by jealous lovers. Examine all aspects of the case from the discovery of the body through each twist and turn of the investigation until the perpetrator is finally banged to rights. Not only do we hear from the detectives who cracked the cases and the bereaved families who lost a loved one, but also from local people who reveal how the murder has changed their tight knit communities forever. This program reveals the truth behind an idyllic facade - things are often not quite what they seem.

Mon 25th September

Serial Killer Sunday

In 1982, when the bodies of three women were discovered beneath the surface of Seattle's Green River, no-one realised that it was the beginning of an extraordinary killing spree that would baffle police for 19 years. The 'Green River Killer' would become the most prolific serial killer in US history, claiming the lives of more than four dozen victims, but it would take until 2001 before DNA testing solved the mystery of his identity. To his friends and family, Gary Ridgway was a mild mannered truck painter and a loving husband, but for 19 years he had prowled Seattle's red light areas, picking up young women, strangling them during intercourse, dumping their bodies in the woods, and sometimes returning to have sex with the corpses. Featuring video of his startling confessions - the cops that pursued him, the attorneys who prosecuted and defended him, leading experts, school-friends, and the wife who spent 16 loving years with her dream man, attempt to unravel what had created this monster. Had he been warped by his unusual relationship with mother? Or was the Green River Killer a product of nature - born to kill?

Mon 25th September

Crimes That Shook Britain

Rolf Harris was considered one of the country's best loved entertainers until he was accused of a string of historic indecent assaults. Unlike Jimmy Savile, he was still alive to be brought to justice. Originally from Australia, Rolf Harris became a television star in the UK back in the 1960s. He would become famous for his TV programs, music, and art, even painting a portrait of the Queen for her jubilee in 2012. But in August 2013, his legacy and reputation lay in tatters when he was accused of numerous indecent assaults on girls as young as eight years old between 1968 and 1986. In July 2014, he was sentenced to five years in prison for his actions. We reveal Harris' life and his crimes told by people who worked with him and those who represent his victims who fought so long for justice.

Mon 25th 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. When Brian Johnston moved into his new home in Falkirk he never could have predicted that 6 years of dispute over a shared access drive would ensue... and end with a violent fight. His neighbour James Keir has spent 20 years building his dream 26 room home and the amount of vehicles delivering building material to his house began to grate on Brian. The two men soon fell out over everything from fence posts to hedge cuttings leading to a fight which saw both of them receive a police warning. But with tensions high it wasn't long before the two men came to blows again - this time leaving one of them in hospital and the other facing trial / Marketing exec Dee moved into a quiet village in Nottinghamshire to be closer to work. Initially welcomed into the tight community, Dee said it didn't take long to make friends with next door Kelly Wagstaff. But when Kelly's music went on late into the evening, Dee complained, marking the start of a dispute between the neighbours which only worsened when Kelly's boyfriend Simon was around. The more Dee complained about noise, the more Simon became abusive and it wasn't long before Dee was fearing for her life and called in the police / A community in Bradford is disgusted when travellers set up camp in the social club car park and leave a trail of mess and destruction behind. One woman fears for her safety when her husband catches one of the children trying to climb into their kitchen through the window while another resident is shocked when she discovers the new neighbours have been using the doorway of her business premises as their personal toilet.

Mon 25th September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Gresham, Oregon, Carolyn Exum claims a mystery attacker attacked both her and her husband in the middle of the night. Police learn a stranger had been seen lurking in the neighbourhood. He turns out to be having an affair with Carolyn. In Besford, England, screams fill the night air. Police find the body of Lucy Landry, 38, who has been stabbed multiple times. They soon discover who is responsible - someone who has killed before, thousands of miles away.

Mon 25th September

Crime Files: The Homefront

Three-time widower, Gerald Hand, has collected on the life insurance policy in each of his wives' deaths. But when Hand doubles the crime by shooting his longtime friend in addition to his latest wife, police uncover his murderous pattern. And, when Mark Hacking's wife, Lori, mysteriously disappears, police uncover a web of lies that follow. But Mark's lies aren't just to police. They're to his entire family. Could Lori's disappearance be the result of her uncovering the truth?

Mon 25th September

The FBI Files

On August 20, 1980, an unseen sniper murdered two young black men as they jogged with two white women in Salt Lake City, Utah. Police threw all their resources into finding a killer who left almost no clues behind. They met with FBI agents and detectives from around the country who had similar racially motivated sniper slayings. A month later, working off little more than a possible license plate number, police in Kentucky arrested Joseph Paul Franklin - but the man escaped from custody. The FBI placed Franklin on their Ten Most Wanted list, and an intense manhunt began. The white supremacist killer - responsible for as many as 20 murders - was arrested two months later by FBI agents in Tampa, Florida.

Mon 25th September

Evening

Cops

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

Mon 25th September

Cops

At 911 Communications Center, South Hill Precinct, Deputy Mark Berry takes the call of a murder.

Mon 25th September

The First 48

In New Orleans, a double-shooting on Bourbon Street has the city on edge. And in Tulsa, a man killed by a shotgun blast may have been lured into a trap.

Mon 25th September

Snapped: Killer Couples

An Arizona high-roller's luck runs out when two strippers conspire to take his life.

Mon 25th 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 25th September

The First 48

Miami detectives Ricky Martinez and Fernando Bosch investigate the double homicide of a husband and wife. As they race against the clock to find the killer, they discover that their best witness in the case tragically also has the most at stake. And in Memphis, Sgt. Ron Collins and his team must solve the mystery behind a car discovered on the edge of town. The car's owner had given the keys to her boyfriend three days earlier and he has been missing ever since. Now there is blood dripping from the trunk.

Mon 25th September

The First 48

In New Orleans, a double-shooting on Bourbon Street has the city on edge. And in Tulsa, a man killed by a shotgun blast may have been lured into a trap.

Tue 26th September

Morning

Snapped: Killer Couples

An Arizona high-roller's luck runs out when two strippers conspire to take his life.

Tue 26th 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 26th September

Forensic Files

December 7, 1993, was the last time anyone saw 18 year old Rose Larner, alive or dead. Her boyfriend, John Ortiz-Kehoe, and her childhood friend, Billy Brown, told police they saw her early on December 7, but they had no idea where she went after they last saw her. Two years later, an investigation revealed that Billy Brown and John Kehoe were both local drug users and dealers. When Billy Brown heard about this, he feared he might be implicated and decided to cooperate with police. He told them that Rose Larner was murdered by John Kehoe two years earlier, in his grandparents' home. According to Billy Brown, Larner refused to participate in a threesome, and Kehoe strangled her, placed her in the shower, slit her throat and dismembered her body. Police compared a tiny blood spec found at Kehoe's grandparents' home, to a blood sample taken from Rose Larner four years before the murder. Kehoe was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison without parole. Billy Brown was convicted for being an accessory, but as part of the deal, in which he gave up Kehoe, Brown served only a year in prison.

Tue 26th September

Cops

At 911 Communications Center, South Hill Precinct, Deputy Mark Berry takes the call of a murder.

Tue 26th September

Happily Never After

This series reveals true tales of matrimonial murders and some of the most heartbreaking crimes of love gone horribly wrong. Interviews and dramatic re-creations take viewers through the romantic courtship, wedding, and the sinister events that led to murder.

Tue 26th September

North Mission Road

A Hell's Angel and his girlfriend are killed in their warehouse-home. Were they random victims or intentional targets? Could the investigators link missing weapons to the one of two suspects?

Tue 26th September

Suburban Secrets

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

Tue 26th September

Cops

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

Tue 26th September

The FBI Files

On August 20, 1980, an unseen sniper murdered two young black men as they jogged with two white women in Salt Lake City, Utah. Police threw all their resources into finding a killer who left almost no clues behind. They met with FBI agents and detectives from around the country who had similar racially motivated sniper slayings. A month later, working off little more than a possible license plate number, police in Kentucky arrested Joseph Paul Franklin - but the man escaped from custody. The FBI placed Franklin on their Ten Most Wanted list, and an intense manhunt began. The white supremacist killer - responsible for as many as 20 murders - was arrested two months later by FBI agents in Tampa, Florida.

Tue 26th September

Cops

At 911 Communications Center, South Hill Precinct, Deputy Mark Berry takes the call of a murder.

Tue 26th September

The First 48

In New Orleans, a double-shooting on Bourbon Street has the city on edge. And in Tulsa, a man killed by a shotgun blast may have been lured into a trap.

Tue 26th September

Snapped

Dianna Saunders was a typical middle class mum but she was also starting over after a recent divorce, which meant a new home, a new career, and a new man. Just as things were looking up, her new boyfriend was murdered. Was it the jealous ex or was Dianna really the one pulling the strings?

Tue 26th 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 26th September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Gresham, Oregon, Carolyn Exum claims a mystery attacker attacked both her and her husband in the middle of the night. Police learn a stranger had been seen lurking in the neighbourhood. He turns out to be having an affair with Carolyn. In Besford, England, screams fill the night air. Police find the body of Lucy Landry, 38, who has been stabbed multiple times. They soon discover who is responsible - someone who has killed before, thousands of miles away.

Tue 26th September

Crime Files: The Homefront

Three-time widower, Gerald Hand, has collected on the life insurance policy in each of his wives' deaths. But when Hand doubles the crime by shooting his longtime friend in addition to his latest wife, police uncover his murderous pattern. And, when Mark Hacking's wife, Lori, mysteriously disappears, police uncover a web of lies that follow. But Mark's lies aren't just to police. They're to his entire family. Could Lori's disappearance be the result of her uncovering the truth?

Tue 26th September

Crime Investigation Australia

In 1999, eight bodies are found in six barrels filled with acid in a former bank vault in rural Snowtown, 50km north of Adelaide. Their investigation was to lead police to discover another four victims in and around Adelaide. Four men were charged with murder and other offences. Eventually, it was proven that 11 were murdered and another woman severely dismembered. The horrific murders that occurred over a seven-year period involve torture, dismemberment, even cannibalism.

Tue 26th September

Noon

The First 48

In New Orleans, a double-shooting on Bourbon Street has the city on edge. And in Tulsa, a man killed by a shotgun blast may have been lured into a trap.

Tue 26th September

Snapped: Killer Couples

An Arizona high-roller's luck runs out when two strippers conspire to take his life.

Tue 26th 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 26th September

The First 48

Miami detectives Ricky Martinez and Fernando Bosch investigate the double homicide of a husband and wife. As they race against the clock to find the killer, they discover that their best witness in the case tragically also has the most at stake. And in Memphis, Sgt. Ron Collins and his team must solve the mystery behind a car discovered on the edge of town. The car's owner had given the keys to her boyfriend three days earlier and he has been missing ever since. Now there is blood dripping from the trunk.

Tue 26th September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Alexandria, Kentucky, Bob Bosley is a successful, married businessman. But that doesn't stop him from setting sail on his luxury boat with attractive women for wild parties. Then someone shoots him. Police wonder if it's a jealous husband, a business rival, or someone closer to home. In Warrington, England, Jenny Cupit begins a fling with a married man she meets at a drama club. She becomes envious of his attractive, successful wife and demands that he must choose one of them - or else.

Tue 26th September

Crime Files: The Homefront

When a swimsuit model is discovered strangled and stuffed into a suitcase, there's only one prime suspect, her husband Ryan Jenkins. And, Jehovah Witness, Christian Longo, spends his life living well beyond his means, racking up debt and stealing to provide himself with everything he desires. But when the law catches up with him, he decides to get rid of his baggage - his family.

Tue 26th September

The FBI Files

Chevie and Cheyne Kehoe gained national attention after a videotaped shoot-out with state and local officers in Wilmington, Ohio on February 15, 1997. The officers were unharmed, but the brothers escaped and fled the state. The FBI tracked the two armed men, learning that Chevie and an associate, Daniel Lee, were suspects in a 1996 triple murder in Arkansas. The men were part of a white supremacist group intent on founding a whites-only sovereign state in America, and had been linked to crimes from armed robbery to kidnapping. Four months after the shoot-out, FBI agents arrested the brothers, who had been hiding in Utah while continuing to build an arsenal.

Tue 26th September

Evening

Cops

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

Tue 26th September

Cops

Cameras capture a fleeing suspect; domestic disturbance; a family disturbance that threatens to separate children from their father.

Tue 26th September

Evil Up Close

The murder of British schoolgirl Milly Dowler made headlines across the world. The hacking of her phone after her death brought the giant News International to its knees. While Milly was the first victim of hammer-wielding bus-stop killer Levi Bellfield, she wasn't the last. A man for whom violence had become a profession, he was a part-time pimp and a nightclub bouncer. The program tracks down the former best friend Levi hit over the head with a hammer before he went to kill more innocent, young females. Interviews with the man Levi considered a father as well as the former partner who suffered at his hands and the detective who hunted him down to the en, reveal one of the world's most infamous killers.

Tue 26th September

Deadliest Lovers

Love can be a beautiful thing, but sometimes bad things happen when you fall in love with the wrong person. This series features attractions which all had fatal repercussions. In some cases the relationships seemed perfect in the beginning whereas others were doomed from the start. This gripping series tells the stories of these victims as it reveals the destructive capacity of love and its devastating consequences. Their stories are brought to life through a combination of dramatic reconstruction, moving personal archive, and interviews with the families and friends of the victims - as well as with the detectives who cracked the cases. In the premiere episode, when god fearing dentist Colin Howell and Sunday school teacher Hazel Buchanan fell in love, only two things stood in their way: Their partners. So they killed them, framing the murders to look like a double suicide in a fume-filled car. The lie lasted 18 years, and captivated the small, deeply religious Northern Irish town of Coleraine. But guilt would get the better of Howell and he finally confessed, implicating Hazel at the same time. With an exclusive contribution from friends of the victims and never before seen sketches of the crime scene made during Howell's confessions, this is the definitive story of a double murder the killers would and could have got away with.

Tue 26th September

Encounters With Evil

This episode explores four cases of shocking spree shooters who callously took the lives of innocents in terrifying blood thirsty massacres. We examine what happened at the notorious Columbine High School in Colorado, uncover what incited Adam Lanza to murder 20 young children at Sandy Hook Elementary School, investigate a man who turned on his own community in Dunblane Scotland and look into the brutal shooting spree that turned the sleepy town of Hungerford into a bloodbath.

Tue 26th September

The First 48

In Memphis, TN, Lt. Toney Armstrong and his team respond to a shooting where the killer may be barricaded in his apartment. Then the stand-off gives way to a dispute among friends where detectives must determine if the shooter was acting in self-defense, or not. And in Dallas, TX, Detectives Kim Sanders and Paul Ellzey start with nothing but a decomposed body, and are quickly drawn into a fast-paced manhunt to track down a mentally unstable suspect who they're afraid might hurt someone else.

Tue 26th September

A Stranger In My Home

When a torso is found floating in a river, police are desperate to find out who it is. The search leads them to a mysterious burn pile at the side of a farmhouse, there they find charred human remains. The bingo-loving home owner is missing, and so too is his live-in help and her boyfriend. Are they in danger too or are they somehow involved? What could have turned this happy farmstead into a place of horror?

Wed 27th September

Morning

Deadliest Lovers

Love can be a beautiful thing, but sometimes bad things happen when you fall in love with the wrong person. This series features attractions which all had fatal repercussions. In some cases the relationships seemed perfect in the beginning whereas others were doomed from the start. This gripping series tells the stories of these victims as it reveals the destructive capacity of love and its devastating consequences. Their stories are brought to life through a combination of dramatic reconstruction, moving personal archive, and interviews with the families and friends of the victims - as well as with the detectives who cracked the cases. In the premiere episode, when god fearing dentist Colin Howell and Sunday school teacher Hazel Buchanan fell in love, only two things stood in their way: Their partners. So they killed them, framing the murders to look like a double suicide in a fume-filled car. The lie lasted 18 years, and captivated the small, deeply religious Northern Irish town of Coleraine. But guilt would get the better of Howell and he finally confessed, implicating Hazel at the same time. With an exclusive contribution from friends of the victims and never before seen sketches of the crime scene made during Howell's confessions, this is the definitive story of a double murder the killers would and could have got away with.

Wed 27th September

Encounters With Evil

This episode explores four cases of shocking spree shooters who callously took the lives of innocents in terrifying blood thirsty massacres. We examine what happened at the notorious Columbine High School in Colorado, uncover what incited Adam Lanza to murder 20 young children at Sandy Hook Elementary School, investigate a man who turned on his own community in Dunblane Scotland and look into the brutal shooting spree that turned the sleepy town of Hungerford into a bloodbath.

Wed 27th September

Forensic Files

Police received a call from Darlie Routier one morning telling them of her two sons' murders. However, police were unsure about the validity of Darlie's story and began an intensive search of the crime seen. The police determined the killer by analyzing blood spatter, doing behavioral profiling and analyzing Darlie's 911 call. The evidence proved that Darlie killed her two oldest sons with a knife, inflicted wounds on herself, cleaned the evidence and created a story of a crazed intruder who had come in the house. Darlie's motive was to obtain the $5,000 each of her sons had in a bank account.

Wed 27th September

Cops

Cameras capture a fleeing suspect; domestic disturbance; a family disturbance that threatens to separate children from their father.

Wed 27th September

Happily Never After

This series reveals true tales of matrimonial murders and some of the most heartbreaking crimes of love gone horribly wrong. Interviews and dramatic re-creations take viewers through the romantic courtship, wedding, and the sinister events that led to murder.

Wed 27th September

North Mission Road

A UCLA student wearing an occult pendant is found stabbed to death in a train tunnel. Was his death connected to a satanic cult? The experts at North Mission Road think the victim's final struggle can help solve the baffling case.

Wed 27th September

Suburban Secrets

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

Wed 27th September

Cops

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

Wed 27th September

The FBI Files

Chevie and Cheyne Kehoe gained national attention after a videotaped shoot-out with state and local officers in Wilmington, Ohio on February 15, 1997. The officers were unharmed, but the brothers escaped and fled the state. The FBI tracked the two armed men, learning that Chevie and an associate, Daniel Lee, were suspects in a 1996 triple murder in Arkansas. The men were part of a white supremacist group intent on founding a whites-only sovereign state in America, and had been linked to crimes from armed robbery to kidnapping. Four months after the shoot-out, FBI agents arrested the brothers, who had been hiding in Utah while continuing to build an arsenal.

Wed 27th September

Cops

Cameras capture a fleeing suspect; domestic disturbance; a family disturbance that threatens to separate children from their father.

Wed 27th September

Evil Up Close

The murder of British schoolgirl Milly Dowler made headlines across the world. The hacking of her phone after her death brought the giant News International to its knees. While Milly was the first victim of hammer-wielding bus-stop killer Levi Bellfield, she wasn't the last. A man for whom violence had become a profession, he was a part-time pimp and a nightclub bouncer. The program tracks down the former best friend Levi hit over the head with a hammer before he went to kill more innocent, young females. Interviews with the man Levi considered a father as well as the former partner who suffered at his hands and the detective who hunted him down to the en, reveal one of the world's most infamous killers.

Wed 27th September

Deadliest Lovers

Love can be a beautiful thing, but sometimes bad things happen when you fall in love with the wrong person. This series features attractions which all had fatal repercussions. In some cases the relationships seemed perfect in the beginning whereas others were doomed from the start. This gripping series tells the stories of these victims as it reveals the destructive capacity of love and its devastating consequences. Their stories are brought to life through a combination of dramatic reconstruction, moving personal archive, and interviews with the families and friends of the victims - as well as with the detectives who cracked the cases. In the premiere episode, when god fearing dentist Colin Howell and Sunday school teacher Hazel Buchanan fell in love, only two things stood in their way: Their partners. So they killed them, framing the murders to look like a double suicide in a fume-filled car. The lie lasted 18 years, and captivated the small, deeply religious Northern Irish town of Coleraine. But guilt would get the better of Howell and he finally confessed, implicating Hazel at the same time. With an exclusive contribution from friends of the victims and never before seen sketches of the crime scene made during Howell's confessions, this is the definitive story of a double murder the killers would and could have got away with.

Wed 27th September

Encounters With Evil

This episode explores four cases of shocking spree shooters who callously took the lives of innocents in terrifying blood thirsty massacres. We examine what happened at the notorious Columbine High School in Colorado, uncover what incited Adam Lanza to murder 20 young children at Sandy Hook Elementary School, investigate a man who turned on his own community in Dunblane Scotland and look into the brutal shooting spree that turned the sleepy town of Hungerford into a bloodbath.

Wed 27th September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Alexandria, Kentucky, Bob Bosley is a successful, married businessman. But that doesn't stop him from setting sail on his luxury boat with attractive women for wild parties. Then someone shoots him. Police wonder if it's a jealous husband, a business rival, or someone closer to home. In Warrington, England, Jenny Cupit begins a fling with a married man she meets at a drama club. She becomes envious of his attractive, successful wife and demands that he must choose one of them - or else.

Wed 27th September

Crime Files: The Homefront

When a swimsuit model is discovered strangled and stuffed into a suitcase, there's only one prime suspect, her husband Ryan Jenkins. And, Jehovah Witness, Christian Longo, spends his life living well beyond his means, racking up debt and stealing to provide himself with everything he desires. But when the law catches up with him, he decides to get rid of his baggage - his family.

Wed 27th September

Crime Investigation Australia

Seven years after the disappearance of baby Azaria Chamberlain at Ayers Rock, long before the murder of Peter Falconio on a remote stretch of highway in the Australian outback, and two years before Ivan Milat begins his murderous reign of backpacker murders, a silent killer is descending into madness in the wilds of Australia. For the first time, the complete story of one of Australia's most horrific serial murderers is finally revealed. In June 1987, a crazed gunman begins a journey that will take him thousands of kilometres across the vast Australian outback. The killer's journey will result in the murder of five innocent tourists, spark one of the biggest manhunts in Australian history, and end in a bloody last stand shootout with police at a remote outpost deep in the rugged Kimberly ranges of Australia's north. Before it is over, thousands of residents living in communities scattered across the country's Top End will be terrorised. Ordinary citizens will take extraordinary measures to arm themselves to protect their families from an insane murderer who appears to be hell-bent on killing anybody who gets in his way. The first of the gunman's victims are a father and son who are cold-bloodedly shot dead while scouting for a fishing location on the banks of the isolated Victoria River in the Northern Territory.

Wed 27th September

Noon

Evil Up Close

The murder of British schoolgirl Milly Dowler made headlines across the world. The hacking of her phone after her death brought the giant News International to its knees. While Milly was the first victim of hammer-wielding bus-stop killer Levi Bellfield, she wasn't the last. A man for whom violence had become a profession, he was a part-time pimp and a nightclub bouncer. The program tracks down the former best friend Levi hit over the head with a hammer before he went to kill more innocent, young females. Interviews with the man Levi considered a father as well as the former partner who suffered at his hands and the detective who hunted him down to the en, reveal one of the world's most infamous killers.

Wed 27th September

Deadliest Lovers

Love can be a beautiful thing, but sometimes bad things happen when you fall in love with the wrong person. This series features attractions which all had fatal repercussions. In some cases the relationships seemed perfect in the beginning whereas others were doomed from the start. This gripping series tells the stories of these victims as it reveals the destructive capacity of love and its devastating consequences. Their stories are brought to life through a combination of dramatic reconstruction, moving personal archive, and interviews with the families and friends of the victims - as well as with the detectives who cracked the cases. In the premiere episode, when god fearing dentist Colin Howell and Sunday school teacher Hazel Buchanan fell in love, only two things stood in their way: Their partners. So they killed them, framing the murders to look like a double suicide in a fume-filled car. The lie lasted 18 years, and captivated the small, deeply religious Northern Irish town of Coleraine. But guilt would get the better of Howell and he finally confessed, implicating Hazel at the same time. With an exclusive contribution from friends of the victims and never before seen sketches of the crime scene made during Howell's confessions, this is the definitive story of a double murder the killers would and could have got away with.

Wed 27th September

Encounters With Evil

This episode explores four cases of shocking spree shooters who callously took the lives of innocents in terrifying blood thirsty massacres. We examine what happened at the notorious Columbine High School in Colorado, uncover what incited Adam Lanza to murder 20 young children at Sandy Hook Elementary School, investigate a man who turned on his own community in Dunblane Scotland and look into the brutal shooting spree that turned the sleepy town of Hungerford into a bloodbath.

Wed 27th September

The First 48

In Memphis, TN, Lt. Toney Armstrong and his team respond to a shooting where the killer may be barricaded in his apartment. Then the stand-off gives way to a dispute among friends where detectives must determine if the shooter was acting in self-defense, or not. And in Dallas, TX, Detectives Kim Sanders and Paul Ellzey start with nothing but a decomposed body, and are quickly drawn into a fast-paced manhunt to track down a mentally unstable suspect who they're afraid might hurt someone else.

Wed 27th September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Independence, Missouri, a deeply religious couple's marriage runs into trouble. When they seek spiritual counselling things go from bad to worse and one of them indulges in an affair which leads to murder. In Montreal, Canada, Tanya Buschman, 35, is rushed to hospital by her husband Michel having apparently committed suicide by hanging at her home. Investigators discover she had just started a new relationship which makes her death more than a little suspicious.

Wed 27th September

It Takes A Killer

When three different women who advertised in the Erotic Services section of Craigslist are assaulted, one of them killed, Boston police match surveillance video and witness reports to a young man that no one would ever suspect to be a killer.

Wed 27th September

The FBI Files

By April of 1995 in Washington, DC, two officers had been shot and one had been murdered. Each had been sitting in their patrol cars when a man sneaked up and opened fire. The FBI was brought in to help catch the cop killer. Agents identified the man who was most likely the killer - but he was nowhere to be found. Months of surveillance operations around the country finally yielded a break, they found their suspect in Baltimore, MD. A task force assembled to make the arrest, but the killer was one step ahead. He found an unsuspecting agent and gunned him down as he sat in his vehicle waiting to make an arrest. A violent gun battle began and the assassin's reign was ended with an FBI bullet.

Wed 27th September

Evening

Cops

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

Wed 27th September

Cops

Two men are caught in a brawl; female lovers quarrel; convenience-store surveillance video.

Wed 27th September

The Queen & Zak Grieve

This hard-hitting documentary takes you to the Northern Territory to investigate the confronting case of Zak Grieve, a 19-year-old man jailed for 20 years for a murder even the judge accepts he did not commit. Investigative reporter Dan Box spent weeks in the Top End town of Katherine investigating the killing and the events that led to Zak Grieve being jailed, despite evidence he was not there when the crime took place. Dan and his team conducted exclusive interviews with many of the people involved, including the judge who sent Grieve to jail, and obtained rare access to crime scene footage, forensic photographs, police interviews with suspects and trial recordings from the case. The program raises questions about the criminal justice system itself. How could this apparent injustice have happened? Is it time for the mandatory sentencing laws that led to Grieve's incarceration to finally be revoked?

Wed 27th 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.

Wed 27th September

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

Leah Remini, along with high level former Scientology executives and Church members, as they delve deep into shocking stories of abuse, heartbreak and harassment experienced by those who have left the church and spoken publicly about their experiences. The new season will further explore accounts of former members whose lives have been significantly impacted by the Church's practices. In the season premiere, Leah Remini and Mike Rinder explore the historical relationship between the Church of Scientology and its often vocal critics. A series of special guests candidly describe their personal experiences investigating controversial stories about the Church and how the Church has responded to their work.

Wed 27th September

The Queen & Zak Grieve

This hard-hitting documentary takes you to the Northern Territory to investigate the confronting case of Zak Grieve, a 19-year-old man jailed for 20 years for a murder even the judge accepts he did not commit. Investigative reporter Dan Box spent weeks in the Top End town of Katherine investigating the killing and the events that led to Zak Grieve being jailed, despite evidence he was not there when the crime took place. Dan and his team conducted exclusive interviews with many of the people involved, including the judge who sent Grieve to jail, and obtained rare access to crime scene footage, forensic photographs, police interviews with suspects and trial recordings from the case. The program raises questions about the criminal justice system itself. How could this apparent injustice have happened? Is it time for the mandatory sentencing laws that led to Grieve's incarceration to finally be revoked?

Thu 28th September

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.

Thu 28th September

Homicide Hunter

When a pregnant mother and her two young sons are brutally slain on a quiet weekday afternoon, the city of Colorado Springs is left reeling, and public pressure mounts for the CSPD to catch the cold-blooded monster who did it. After navigating a number of false leads and implementing an exhaustive city-wide manhunt, Kenda learns that the key to finding his killer lies just down the hall from the crime scene itself. With a prime suspect in his sights, Kenda begins to tighten the noose. But what happens next will shock the seasoned detective to his core.

Thu 28th September

Forensic Files

Scott Dunn's case was filed as missing persons although large traces of blood and cover-up were clearly found in his bedroom. Scott's father refused to have his son's disappearance ruled as such. He worked closely with investigators and reported suspicions of Scott's girlfriend, Leisha. Together, they fully investigated Leisha's story and uncovered another boyfriend named Tim. Leisha told Tim that Scott was losing interest in her. Police went to Tim's house and luckily found the exact tape used in the cover up of Scott's murder. This was enough to indict both Leisha and Tim of murder charges.

Thu 28th September

Cops

Two men are caught in a brawl; female lovers quarrel; convenience-store surveillance video.

Thu 28th September

Death By Gossip

Ardmore, Pennsylvania, 1979, Susan Reinert is a loving wife and devoted working mother of two. Some say there's a lot more than meets the eye to this quiet high school English teacher. Turns out, the high school is a hot bed of gossip and rumours about Mrs Reinert and other staff members fill the hallways. So when her body is discovered and her children turn up missing, police must dissect every outrageous claim to find her killer. The investigation takes detectives years to solve this twisted tale of sex, lies, greed and betrayal. As they say, the truth is always stranger than fiction.

Thu 28th September

North Mission Road

A mother of three grown children is shot five times. Her estranged husband is immediately implicated by their children. But he has an alibi and the case goes cold. Years later the case is re-opened. Would an old North Mission Road autopsy report help investigators catch the killer?

Thu 28th September

Suburban Secrets

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

Thu 28th September

Cops

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

Thu 28th September

The FBI Files

By April of 1995 in Washington, DC, two officers had been shot and one had been murdered. Each had been sitting in their patrol cars when a man sneaked up and opened fire. The FBI was brought in to help catch the cop killer. Agents identified the man who was most likely the killer - but he was nowhere to be found. Months of surveillance operations around the country finally yielded a break, they found their suspect in Baltimore, MD. A task force assembled to make the arrest, but the killer was one step ahead. He found an unsuspecting agent and gunned him down as he sat in his vehicle waiting to make an arrest. A violent gun battle began and the assassin's reign was ended with an FBI bullet.

Thu 28th September

The Queen & Zak Grieve

This hard-hitting documentary takes you to the Northern Territory to investigate the confronting case of Zak Grieve, a 19-year-old man jailed for 20 years for a murder even the judge accepts he did not commit. Investigative reporter Dan Box spent weeks in the Top End town of Katherine investigating the killing and the events that led to Zak Grieve being jailed, despite evidence he was not there when the crime took place. Dan and his team conducted exclusive interviews with many of the people involved, including the judge who sent Grieve to jail, and obtained rare access to crime scene footage, forensic photographs, police interviews with suspects and trial recordings from the case. The program raises questions about the criminal justice system itself. How could this apparent injustice have happened? Is it time for the mandatory sentencing laws that led to Grieve's incarceration to finally be revoked?

Thu 28th September

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

Leah Remini, along with high level former Scientology executives and Church members, as they delve deep into shocking stories of abuse, heartbreak and harassment experienced by those who have left the church and spoken publicly about their experiences. The new season will further explore accounts of former members whose lives have been significantly impacted by the Church's practices. In the season premiere, Leah Remini and Mike Rinder explore the historical relationship between the Church of Scientology and its often vocal critics. A series of special guests candidly describe their personal experiences investigating controversial stories about the Church and how the Church has responded to their work.

Thu 28th September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In Independence, Missouri, a deeply religious couple's marriage runs into trouble. When they seek spiritual counselling things go from bad to worse and one of them indulges in an affair which leads to murder. In Montreal, Canada, Tanya Buschman, 35, is rushed to hospital by her husband Michel having apparently committed suicide by hanging at her home. Investigators discover she had just started a new relationship which makes her death more than a little suspicious.

Thu 28th September

It Takes A Killer

When three different women who advertised in the Erotic Services section of Craigslist are assaulted, one of them killed, Boston police match surveillance video and witness reports to a young man that no one would ever suspect to be a killer.

Thu 28th September

Crime Investigation Australia

Investigations into two of the most infamous unsolved mysteries in Australian criminal history are examined in The Wanda Beach Murders and The Beaumont Children Mystery. In 1965, when Australian teenage culture was centred on sun, sand, and surf, the nation was shocked by the brutal bashing, rape and murder of two 15-year-old girls in the sand hills at Sydney's Wanda Beach. A massive police hunt failed to find the killer but now, more than 40 years later, there is growing evidence that he could be a known psychotic murderer. A year later, on an Australia Day outing to a beach in Adelaide, three small children, Jane, Arnna, and Grant Beaumont, disappeared suddenly and without a trace. Were they abducted by the man seen playing with them at the beach, or were they buried in an accident, as claimed by a world-famous clairvoyant who was flown to Adelaide from Europe by the media and concerned local citizens? Are they still alive?

Thu 28th September

Noon

The Queen & Zak Grieve

This hard-hitting documentary takes you to the Northern Territory to investigate the confronting case of Zak Grieve, a 19-year-old man jailed for 20 years for a murder even the judge accepts he did not commit. Investigative reporter Dan Box spent weeks in the Top End town of Katherine investigating the killing and the events that led to Zak Grieve being jailed, despite evidence he was not there when the crime took place. Dan and his team conducted exclusive interviews with many of the people involved, including the judge who sent Grieve to jail, and obtained rare access to crime scene footage, forensic photographs, police interviews with suspects and trial recordings from the case. The program raises questions about the criminal justice system itself. How could this apparent injustice have happened? Is it time for the mandatory sentencing laws that led to Grieve's incarceration to finally be revoked?

Thu 28th 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.

Thu 28th September

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

Leah Remini, along with high level former Scientology executives and Church members, as they delve deep into shocking stories of abuse, heartbreak and harassment experienced by those who have left the church and spoken publicly about their experiences. The new season will further explore accounts of former members whose lives have been significantly impacted by the Church's practices. In the season premiere, Leah Remini and Mike Rinder explore the historical relationship between the Church of Scientology and its often vocal critics. A series of special guests candidly describe their personal experiences investigating controversial stories about the Church and how the Church has responded to their work.

Thu 28th September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

A former pizza parlour manager gets more than annoyed when his festive bonus payment is less than he is expecting. Mitchell Sims decides that armed robbery is a quicker way to get money, and unleashes a reign of terror in South Carolina and California with his new girlfriend Ruby Padgett in tow. In Barry, South Wales, Karon Pugh suddenly disappears after spending time with a new lover she met on holiday in Spain. Police discover she had been living in fear for some time.

Thu 28th September

It Takes A Killer

When a deadly sniper terrorises the DC area for weeks, frantic police put out an APB for a white van. But the FBI has a theory that there might be more than one sniper, and they're not driving a white van.

Thu 28th September

The FBI Files

Racial tensions in Buffalo in 1980 were at an all-time high. Six black males had been brutally murdered - two had their hearts cut out. The only thing connecting the victims was their ethnicity and the fact that each had been shot with .22 caliber bullets. Residents screamed for the police to stop this serial killer. With no suspects, local investigators turned to the FBI. Profilers were able to produce a psychological composite of the type of person the killer would most likely be. Their analysis paid off. Using the profile, agents determined a seemingly unrelated event in Georgia was also the work of the .22 caliber killer. The profile matched the suspect on every point. It was enough to put the killer away for life.

Thu 28th September

Evening

Cops

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

Thu 28th September

Cops

Deputy Mark Berry loves the northwest if you like doing things outdoors - there's Mt Rainer and Puget Sound. He spots a car with an expired registration, goes to pull them over and they take off. They go through residential areas, down alleyways, down J st, west on 53rd, north on I, east on 52nd then they suddenly stop and run. Mark catches the soaked, Spanish, shoeless male driver with some help.

Thu 28th September

The Hunt With John Walsh

Victims' rights activist John Walsh returns to TV as host of a documentary style investigation series. Walsh details stories of ongoing cases involving fugitives, with the intent of expanding searches outside the United States. Interviews with victims, loved ones and law enforcement accompany new leads in each hour long episode, giving the public information to facilitate the capture of suspects. Walsh, a spokesman for the National Centre for Missing & Exploited Children, hosted the series 'America's Most Wanted' for 25 years, helping apprehend more than 1,200 criminals. This episode, shortly after finding they would be having a child, Megan and Robert split up. After Robert secured 50-50 custody of their child, Lilly, he went to pick her up, but both mother and daughter had vanished.

Thu 28th September

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home - only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This show will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Decorated police officer Edward Lutes has a great situation in his Seaside Heights, New Jersey community. As a single father of a young girl, he relies on his neighbours to help get his daughter to school and otherwise help out with her care and feeding. The Williams family beside him and the Gallianos across the street are only too happy to oblige. It's a very close knit, supportive group. Then, when Lutes finds a new love and looks set to marry again, things take a shocking turn when his daughter accuses neighbour Dominic Galliano of exposing himself to her. Lutes is furious. The community is ripped apart in every way imaginable as Galliano professes his innocence. When he is found not guilty at trial, the neighbours start to heal the wounds - but not Lutes. He refuses to accept that his daughter might not have been truthful, and his rage against both the Gallianos and the Williams grows. The inevitable confrontation leaves a trail of slaughter that staggers the imagination.

Thu 28th September

Murder Made Me Famous

Paul Snider, was the ex-husband of Playboy Model Dorothy Stratten. Snider was one of the creators of Chippendales, the male strip club chain. But he is most remembered as the killer of Stratten. Their marriage lasted barely a year. When Stratten developed a romantic relationship with acclaimed film director Peter Bogdanovich, Snider's jealousy led to murder-suicide. Stratten was killed by Snider in the Los Angeles apartment they had once shared. On the same day, Snider killed himself. Police believe he raped Stratten and sexually abused her corpse as his last twisted obsession of the Playmate of 1980.

Thu 28th September

The First 48

In Memphis, Sergeant Mitch Oliver and his team respond to the murder of a man shot in his car while parked at a local mini market. In order to track down their shooter, detectives must rely on witnesses who sometimes hide more than they reveal. And in Phoenix, Detective Rosenthal is investigating the case of young man shot dead and left in the parking lot of a local bar. His biggest lead is the bar's surveillance tape. It could reveal who the victim was with the night he was killed.

Thu 28th September

The Hunt With John Walsh

Victims' rights activist John Walsh returns to TV as host of a documentary style investigation series. Walsh details stories of ongoing cases involving fugitives, with the intent of expanding searches outside the United States. Interviews with victims, loved ones and law enforcement accompany new leads in each hour long episode, giving the public information to facilitate the capture of suspects. Walsh, a spokesman for the National Centre for Missing & Exploited Children, hosted the series 'America's Most Wanted' for 25 years, helping apprehend more than 1,200 criminals. This episode, shortly after finding they would be having a child, Megan and Robert split up. After Robert secured 50-50 custody of their child, Lilly, he went to pick her up, but both mother and daughter had vanished.

Fri 29th September

Morning

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home - only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This show will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Decorated police officer Edward Lutes has a great situation in his Seaside Heights, New Jersey community. As a single father of a young girl, he relies on his neighbours to help get his daughter to school and otherwise help out with her care and feeding. The Williams family beside him and the Gallianos across the street are only too happy to oblige. It's a very close knit, supportive group. Then, when Lutes finds a new love and looks set to marry again, things take a shocking turn when his daughter accuses neighbour Dominic Galliano of exposing himself to her. Lutes is furious. The community is ripped apart in every way imaginable as Galliano professes his innocence. When he is found not guilty at trial, the neighbours start to heal the wounds - but not Lutes. He refuses to accept that his daughter might not have been truthful, and his rage against both the Gallianos and the Williams grows. The inevitable confrontation leaves a trail of slaughter that staggers the imagination.

Fri 29th September

Murder Made Me Famous

Paul Snider, was the ex-husband of Playboy Model Dorothy Stratten. Snider was one of the creators of Chippendales, the male strip club chain. But he is most remembered as the killer of Stratten. Their marriage lasted barely a year. When Stratten developed a romantic relationship with acclaimed film director Peter Bogdanovich, Snider's jealousy led to murder-suicide. Stratten was killed by Snider in the Los Angeles apartment they had once shared. On the same day, Snider killed himself. Police believe he raped Stratten and sexually abused her corpse as his last twisted obsession of the Playmate of 1980.

Fri 29th September

Forensic Files

Debora Green lost two children in a fire that burnt down her mansion late one night. Routine procedures occurred and both Debora Green and her previous husband Mike Farrar were questioned. Suspicions arose when Debora refused to cooperate during questioning. Police then questioned Mike and uncovered disturbing stories proving Debora was dangerous. She had poisoned Mike during their separation and told him he would only get custody of the children over their dead bodies. Debora's singed hair and the initial location of the fire proved her involvement in the arson.

Fri 29th September

Cops

Deputy Mark Berry loves the northwest if you like doing things outdoors - there's Mt Rainer and Puget Sound. He spots a car with an expired registration, goes to pull them over and they take off. They go through residential areas, down alleyways, down J st, west on 53rd, north on I, east on 52nd then they suddenly stop and run. Mark catches the soaked, Spanish, shoeless male driver with some help.

Fri 29th September

Death By Gossip

Patricia Mery is a beloved high school Spanish teacher. She adores her students and they adore her. So when police find the 59-year-old brutally stabbed to death in her own home, the entire community is in shock. For months, the grisly homicide is a complete who done it. Patricia doesn't appear to have any enemies so who would want to hurt Mrs Mery? Investigators must weed through a series of bizarre rumours involving psychics, disgruntled family members and a failed kidnapping plot of Patricia's three year-old granddaughter. Can they find the killer before another victim winds up slaughtered?

Fri 29th September

North Mission Road

A 25-year-old woman is found dead in her ransacked apartment. The best clues left behind are cigarette butts. Can the experts at NMR match the cigarette butts to the person who smoked them and perhaps her killer? In 1989, the answer was no. But a over a decade later, new forensic technology sheds new light on the case. Will it lead investigators to the killer? The answer may be yes.

Fri 29th September

Suburban Secrets

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

Fri 29th September

Cops

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

Fri 29th September

The FBI Files

Racial tensions in Buffalo in 1980 were at an all-time high. Six black males had been brutally murdered - two had their hearts cut out. The only thing connecting the victims was their ethnicity and the fact that each had been shot with .22 caliber bullets. Residents screamed for the police to stop this serial killer. With no suspects, local investigators turned to the FBI. Profilers were able to produce a psychological composite of the type of person the killer would most likely be. Their analysis paid off. Using the profile, agents determined a seemingly unrelated event in Georgia was also the work of the .22 caliber killer. The profile matched the suspect on every point. It was enough to put the killer away for life.

Fri 29th September

Cops

Deputy Mark Berry loves the northwest if you like doing things outdoors - there's Mt Rainer and Puget Sound. He spots a car with an expired registration, goes to pull them over and they take off. They go through residential areas, down alleyways, down J st, west on 53rd, north on I, east on 52nd then they suddenly stop and run. Mark catches the soaked, Spanish, shoeless male driver with some help.

Fri 29th September

The Hunt With John Walsh

Victims' rights activist John Walsh returns to TV as host of a documentary style investigation series. Walsh details stories of ongoing cases involving fugitives, with the intent of expanding searches outside the United States. Interviews with victims, loved ones and law enforcement accompany new leads in each hour long episode, giving the public information to facilitate the capture of suspects. Walsh, a spokesman for the National Centre for Missing & Exploited Children, hosted the series 'America's Most Wanted' for 25 years, helping apprehend more than 1,200 criminals. This episode, shortly after finding they would be having a child, Megan and Robert split up. After Robert secured 50-50 custody of their child, Lilly, he went to pick her up, but both mother and daughter had vanished.

Fri 29th September

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home - only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This show will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Decorated police officer Edward Lutes has a great situation in his Seaside Heights, New Jersey community. As a single father of a young girl, he relies on his neighbours to help get his daughter to school and otherwise help out with her care and feeding. The Williams family beside him and the Gallianos across the street are only too happy to oblige. It's a very close knit, supportive group. Then, when Lutes finds a new love and looks set to marry again, things take a shocking turn when his daughter accuses neighbour Dominic Galliano of exposing himself to her. Lutes is furious. The community is ripped apart in every way imaginable as Galliano professes his innocence. When he is found not guilty at trial, the neighbours start to heal the wounds - but not Lutes. He refuses to accept that his daughter might not have been truthful, and his rage against both the Gallianos and the Williams grows. The inevitable confrontation leaves a trail of slaughter that staggers the imagination.

Fri 29th September

Murder Made Me Famous

Paul Snider, was the ex-husband of Playboy Model Dorothy Stratten. Snider was one of the creators of Chippendales, the male strip club chain. But he is most remembered as the killer of Stratten. Their marriage lasted barely a year. When Stratten developed a romantic relationship with acclaimed film director Peter Bogdanovich, Snider's jealousy led to murder-suicide. Stratten was killed by Snider in the Los Angeles apartment they had once shared. On the same day, Snider killed himself. Police believe he raped Stratten and sexually abused her corpse as his last twisted obsession of the Playmate of 1980.

Fri 29th September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

A former pizza parlour manager gets more than annoyed when his festive bonus payment is less than he is expecting. Mitchell Sims decides that armed robbery is a quicker way to get money, and unleashes a reign of terror in South Carolina and California with his new girlfriend Ruby Padgett in tow. In Barry, South Wales, Karon Pugh suddenly disappears after spending time with a new lover she met on holiday in Spain. Police discover she had been living in fear for some time.

Fri 29th September

It Takes A Killer

When a deadly sniper terrorises the DC area for weeks, frantic police put out an APB for a white van. But the FBI has a theory that there might be more than one sniper, and they're not driving a white van.

Fri 29th September

Crime Investigation Australia

The small hamlet of Greenough, near Geraldton, in Western Australia, some 400 kilometres north of Perth, will forever be associated with one the most horrific murders in Australian criminal history. In 1993, Karen MacKenzie and her three small children were violently murdered at their isolated house. The brutal and random nature of the attack was eerily similar to "In Cold Blood", Truman Capote's world-famous study of a family murder in an isolated house in America. When the Greenough killer was finally tracked down, charged and convicted, much of the evidence was too horrific to be made public.

Fri 29th September

Noon

The Hunt With John Walsh

Victims' rights activist John Walsh returns to TV as host of a documentary style investigation series. Walsh details stories of ongoing cases involving fugitives, with the intent of expanding searches outside the United States. Interviews with victims, loved ones and law enforcement accompany new leads in each hour long episode, giving the public information to facilitate the capture of suspects. Walsh, a spokesman for the National Centre for Missing & Exploited Children, hosted the series 'America's Most Wanted' for 25 years, helping apprehend more than 1,200 criminals. This episode, shortly after finding they would be having a child, Megan and Robert split up. After Robert secured 50-50 custody of their child, Lilly, he went to pick her up, but both mother and daughter had vanished.

Fri 29th September

Fear Thy Neighbor

Hear the blood-chilling tales of people who think they have moved into their dream home - only to discover that the people next door are turning the dream into a nightmare. Things between the new neighbours start out nicely enough, but soon little irritations lead to minor conflicts, which grow into bigger confrontations, eventually becoming all out wars that explode in horrific violence. Combining first-person testimony from those at the heart of each harrowing story with gripping and visceral dramatic recreations, each one hour episode follows the day-by-day, week-by-week, and even year by year events as neighbourly relationships first get annoying, then creepy, then menacing before ending in outright terror. This show will have you double bolting your doors, peering nervously through the curtains and definitely thinking twice about going next door to ask for that cup of sugar. Decorated police officer Edward Lutes has a great situation in his Seaside Heights, New Jersey community. As a single father of a young girl, he relies on his neighbours to help get his daughter to school and otherwise help out with her care and feeding. The Williams family beside him and the Gallianos across the street are only too happy to oblige. It's a very close knit, supportive group. Then, when Lutes finds a new love and looks set to marry again, things take a shocking turn when his daughter accuses neighbour Dominic Galliano of exposing himself to her. Lutes is furious. The community is ripped apart in every way imaginable as Galliano professes his innocence. When he is found not guilty at trial, the neighbours start to heal the wounds - but not Lutes. He refuses to accept that his daughter might not have been truthful, and his rage against both the Gallianos and the Williams grows. The inevitable confrontation leaves a trail of slaughter that staggers the imagination.

Fri 29th September

Murder Made Me Famous

Paul Snider, was the ex-husband of Playboy Model Dorothy Stratten. Snider was one of the creators of Chippendales, the male strip club chain. But he is most remembered as the killer of Stratten. Their marriage lasted barely a year. When Stratten developed a romantic relationship with acclaimed film director Peter Bogdanovich, Snider's jealousy led to murder-suicide. Stratten was killed by Snider in the Los Angeles apartment they had once shared. On the same day, Snider killed himself. Police believe he raped Stratten and sexually abused her corpse as his last twisted obsession of the Playmate of 1980.

Fri 29th September

The First 48

In Memphis, Sergeant Mitch Oliver and his team respond to the murder of a man shot in his car while parked at a local mini market. In order to track down their shooter, detectives must rely on witnesses who sometimes hide more than they reveal. And in Phoenix, Detective Rosenthal is investigating the case of young man shot dead and left in the parking lot of a local bar. His biggest lead is the bar's surveillance tape. It could reveal who the victim was with the night he was killed.

Fri 29th September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In La Jolla, California, investigators discover an unsettling site - a body surrounded by rose petals. Kristin Rossum says her husband Greg, a business manager, had been feeling unwell throughout the day before he mysteriously stopped breathing. News of a steamy affair along with other evidence soon turns Greg's death into a murder investigation. In Melbourne, Australia, Chris Soteriou has been out enjoying a birthday celebration with his wife Vicky when he is suddenly attacked by a man with a knife. But who would want to kill him and why?

Fri 29th September

It Takes A Killer

When government intern Chandra Levy goes missing just hours after she decides to move to a new city, detectives discover she may have been having an affair with a senator - the only suspect with a possible motive. A man already in jail claims to know more, but can he be trusted?

Fri 29th September

The FBI Files

In 1994, a teenage immigrant came to the US to realise her dream of becoming a doctor. But a tragic twist of fate intervened, when she found herself an innocent victim of the drug trade. Kidnapped and held captive, she survived for days against all odds. Authorities arrested her captors, but they refused to reveal her whereabouts. The FBI and local police raced against time, determined to save the teenager's life. Their investigation revealed a complex story of drugs, betrayal and revenge.

Fri 29th September

Evening

Cops

When officers respond to a home invasion robbery, they question the victims, who describe how an unknown suspect kicked in their front door and then demanded to see his wife. Las Vegas, NV/Pierce Co.

Fri 29th September

Cops

Hamilton County, OH-3:55 PM Hit and Run Call) Sheriff's Office - Corporal Pete Enderle says it's satisfying to help someone with a particular problem. He knows the black male driver Lawrence, has dealt with him before and drives by his house. He spots the car, gets out and sees the suspect run inside. He runs out the back, Pete chases him and gets tasered.

Fri 29th September

Cops

Police pursue a familiar face through a field. A suicidal man forces officers to shock him. A suspect seeks refuge in a condemned house.

Fri 29th September

Cops

A party-goer bites another person's finger. Three men claim they didn't know the vehicle they are in was stolen. A domestic-abuse suspect leads police on a chase through the streets.

Fri 29th September

Hollywood Homicide Uncovered

Hear the stories of unthinkable murders, all connected to the pursuit of celebrity. Each hour-long episode uncovers the real-life drama, deceit and crime itself, against the backdrop of a city where dreams are supposed to come true. At the heart of each episode lies a mystery surrounding a suspicious Hollywood death. Detectives must uncover the true motives and clues amongst the media circus. When the wife of 'Baretta' star Robert Blake is found shot dead in Blake's car, LAPD Homicide Detective Ron Ito uncovers a sophisticated con game and web of spurned lovers that led to an infamous murder.

Fri 29th 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 young boy is abandoned by his own parents, and when his loneliness becomes unbearable, his innocent urges become dark and lead to life of violence too horrific to comprehend. A mother finds a disturbing message on social media that turns the search for a missing girl into a murder investigation.

Fri 29th September

The First 48

At a gruesome crime scene in Dallas, TX, Detective Rick Duggan finds a badly decomposed body. To solve the case, detectives delve into the victim's past leading them on a trail lined with love and deceit. In Memphis, a dead body mysteriously dumped in an empty field has Detective Tim Helldorfer and his team scrambling for leads.

Fri 29th September

Haunted Case Files

In Rhode Island, a couple calls in investigator Joe Cetrone after their flirtation with the occult unleashes a demonic spirit they cannot control. In Massachusetts, a ghost hunter disturbs an ancient evil spirit that will stop at nothing to get revenge. In Ohio, investigator Karlo Zuzic captures startling proof of a haunting in an historic building.

Sat 30th September

Morning

The Haunting Of

Well-loved actress, Charisma Carpenter (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) returns to her childhood home in Las Vegas where she was terrorised by an unknown entity for years. Together, with psychic medium Kim Russo, Charisma confronts her past and uncovers the truth behind the darkness that follows her and the light that protects her.

Sat 30th September

Hollywood Homicide Uncovered

Hear the stories of unthinkable murders, all connected to the pursuit of celebrity. Each hour-long episode uncovers the real-life drama, deceit and crime itself, against the backdrop of a city where dreams are supposed to come true. At the heart of each episode lies a mystery surrounding a suspicious Hollywood death. Detectives must uncover the true motives and clues amongst the media circus. When the wife of 'Baretta' star Robert Blake is found shot dead in Blake's car, LAPD Homicide Detective Ron Ito uncovers a sophisticated con game and web of spurned lovers that led to an infamous murder.

Sat 30th September

Forensic Files

Shirley Andronowich's body was found one morning after being brutally murdered and mutilated. Witnesses told police Shirley and her husband Ed were seen fighting in a bar the night before. Police first suspected Ed and even arrested him after confessing to the murder. However, all forensic evidence proved that Ed had actually nothing to do with the murder. Police received a call around a year later about a Mark Jarman who talked about being connected to Shirley's murder. Once investigated, police found that his identity matched all the evidence found at the crime scene. Jarman stated there was no motive for the murder.

Sat 30th September

Cops

Hamilton County, OH-3:55 PM Hit and Run Call) Sheriff's Office - Corporal Pete Enderle says it's satisfying to help someone with a particular problem. He knows the black male driver Lawrence, has dealt with him before and drives by his house. He spots the car, gets out and sees the suspect run inside. He runs out the back, Pete chases him and gets tasered.

Sat 30th September

Death By Gossip

On a cold winter's day in January 1995, Knoxville police are called to a horrendous scene. A young woman was stabbed and beaten to death in a park just off the University of Tennessee campus. Word quickly spreads the victim's name is 19-year-old Colleen Slemmer, a job corps student studying computers. According to her classmates, colleen's death could have something to do with some sort of black magic cult. Others say her murder was revenge for gossiping about her hall mates. Can police get to the bottom of the rumours before someone commits another deadly sin?

Sat 30th September

North Mission Road

A beautiful young mother disappears. Months later her bones are found scattered on the slope of a dusty canyon. Time can be the worst enemy of NMR investigators, but bones always have a story to tell. Will they lead them to the killer?

Sat 30th September

Suburban Secrets

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

Sat 30th September

Cops

When officers respond to a home invasion robbery, they question the victims, who describe how an unknown suspect kicked in their front door and then demanded to see his wife. Las Vegas, NV/Pierce Co.

Sat 30th September

The FBI Files

In 1994, a teenage immigrant came to the US to realise her dream of becoming a doctor. But a tragic twist of fate intervened, when she found herself an innocent victim of the drug trade. Kidnapped and held captive, she survived for days against all odds. Authorities arrested her captors, but they refused to reveal her whereabouts. The FBI and local police raced against time, determined to save the teenager's life. Their investigation revealed a complex story of drugs, betrayal and revenge.

Sat 30th September

Cops

Hamilton County, OH-3:55 PM Hit and Run Call) Sheriff's Office - Corporal Pete Enderle says it's satisfying to help someone with a particular problem. He knows the black male driver Lawrence, has dealt with him before and drives by his house. He spots the car, gets out and sees the suspect run inside. He runs out the back, Pete chases him and gets tasered.

Sat 30th September

Hollywood Homicide Uncovered

Hear the stories of unthinkable murders, all connected to the pursuit of celebrity. Each hour-long episode uncovers the real-life drama, deceit and crime itself, against the backdrop of a city where dreams are supposed to come true. At the heart of each episode lies a mystery surrounding a suspicious Hollywood death. Detectives must uncover the true motives and clues amongst the media circus. When the wife of 'Baretta' star Robert Blake is found shot dead in Blake's car, LAPD Homicide Detective Ron Ito uncovers a sophisticated con game and web of spurned lovers that led to an infamous murder.

Sat 30th September

Haunted Case Files

In Rhode Island, a couple calls in investigator Joe Cetrone after their flirtation with the occult unleashes a demonic spirit they cannot control. In Massachusetts, a ghost hunter disturbs an ancient evil spirit that will stop at nothing to get revenge. In Ohio, investigator Karlo Zuzic captures startling proof of a haunting in an historic building.

Sat 30th 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 young boy is abandoned by his own parents, and when his loneliness becomes unbearable, his innocent urges become dark and lead to life of violence too horrific to comprehend. A mother finds a disturbing message on social media that turns the search for a missing girl into a murder investigation.

Sat 30th September

Justice Served: Murderous Affairs

In La Jolla, California, investigators discover an unsettling site - a body surrounded by rose petals. Kristin Rossum says her husband Greg, a business manager, had been feeling unwell throughout the day before he mysteriously stopped breathing. News of a steamy affair along with other evidence soon turns Greg's death into a murder investigation. In Melbourne, Australia, Chris Soteriou has been out enjoying a birthday celebration with his wife Vicky when he is suddenly attacked by a man with a knife. But who would want to kill him and why?

Sat 30th September

It Takes A Killer

When government intern Chandra Levy goes missing just hours after she decides to move to a new city, detectives discover she may have been having an affair with a senator - the only suspect with a possible motive. A man already in jail claims to know more, but can he be trusted?

Sat 30th September

Crime Investigation Australia

A small group of local criminals, with mafia connections, were making vast fortunes in the famous NSW Riverina irrigation district from marijuana plantations. Corrupt police and a vast bribery network had kept the drug barons immune from prosecution until Donald Mackay's campaign finally led to raids by the State drug squad and several local marijuana growers were arrested and fined. During their trial the police informant was named publicly as Donald Mackay. Infuriated by the loss of more than $40 million, the leaders of the Griffith mafia, including the notorious Robert Aussie Bob Trimbole, put out a contract for Mackay's murder. He was shot in the car park of a Griffith hotel on a Friday night in July, 1977. The murder scene was awash with his blood and evidence showed he was shot a number of times from behind and his body then dumped into a car boot and driven away. Intensive investigations by police and even a Royal Commission have failed to locate it.

Sat 30th September

Noon

Hollywood Homicide Uncovered

Hear the stories of unthinkable murders, all connected to the pursuit of celebrity. Each hour-long episode uncovers the real-life drama, deceit and crime itself, against the backdrop of a city where dreams are supposed to come true. At the heart of each episode lies a mystery surrounding a suspicious Hollywood death. Detectives must uncover the true motives and clues amongst the media circus. When the wife of 'Baretta' star Robert Blake is found shot dead in Blake's car, LAPD Homicide Detective Ron Ito uncovers a sophisticated con game and web of spurned lovers that led to an infamous murder.

Sat 30th September

Court Justice: Sydney

An inside look at the machinations of Australia's busiest local court sees Sydney's top Magistrates dealing with a violent street brawl that has a surprising outcome, a long running stoush between neighbours and a father of three facing graffiti charges.

Sat 30th September

Court Justice: Sydney

People from all walks of life end up in Australia's busiest local court. A drug addict, two disrespectful twenty-somethings and a priest who has been charged during a protest appear before the Magistrates. Before the law all are treated equally.

Sat 30th September

Court Justice: Sydney

Sending a defendant to jail is never an easy decision for Magistrates in Australia's busiest local court. Three defendants are now before them on serious charges, including a king hit and a robbery. The Magistrates' judgements could change lives forever.

Sat 30th September

The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door

When Rachel Ayre moved into her flat in Newcastle she wanted nothing more than to make it a cosy and happy home. But her dreams of a little slice of heaven went up in smoke when her neighbour Harry got a new flatmate - Clare Humble. When Clare smashed up Rachel's pot plants, neighbourly relations were looking grim, but it soon escalated when she smashed her head against a washing machine. Fearing for her life Rachel moved out but little did she know that Clare was to go from nightmare neighbour to murderer in a matter of months. When Barrister Peter Ward moved into his London council estate 20 years ago he had big plans to improve the estate. What he didn't know was that he would make one particular enemy along the way - fellow resident Jim Morgan. The two men started off as friends but when Peter bought the freehold, put up CCTV and introduced controlled parking, things between the two men went south. Peter Ward used his legal prowess and Jim Morgan soon found himself slapped with an injunction, a hefty fine for harassment, and a committal to prison. Single mum Sam White says she decided to steer clear of her new neighbours on her estate in Derby, but when she had problems with electricity she was sure her neighbours were to blame. When she tried to fix the problem all hell broke loose, and half the estate were on the street - what she didn't know was that one of her neighbours had installed CCTV and was recording the entire showdown.

Sat 30th September

The Queen & Zak Grieve

This hard-hitting documentary takes you to the Northern Territory to investigate the confronting case of Zak Grieve, a 19-year-old man jailed for 20 years for a murder even the judge accepts he did not commit. Investigative reporter Dan Box spent weeks in the Top End town of Katherine investigating the killing and the events that led to Zak Grieve being jailed, despite evidence he was not there when the crime took place. Dan and his team conducted exclusive interviews with many of the people involved, including the judge who sent Grieve to jail, and obtained rare access to crime scene footage, forensic photographs, police interviews with suspects and trial recordings from the case. The program raises questions about the criminal justice system itself. How could this apparent injustice have happened? Is it time for the mandatory sentencing laws that led to Grieve's incarceration to finally be revoked?

Sat 30th September

Leah Remini: Scientology & The Aftermath

Leah Remini, along with high level former Scientology executives and Church members, as they delve deep into shocking stories of abuse, heartbreak and harassment experienced by those who have left the church and spoken publicly about their experiences. The new season will further explore accounts of former members whose lives have been significantly impacted by the Church's practices. In the season premiere, Leah Remini and Mike Rinder explore the historical relationship between the Church of Scientology and its often vocal critics. A series of special guests candidly describe their personal experiences investigating controversial stories about the Church and how the Church has responded to their work.

Sat 30th September

Evening

Fatal Attraction

Each episode focuses on an incredible, and dangerous, romance. Driven by powerful, real-life stories, this series weaves together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way, it gives the viewer a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance. In this episode, a woman's disappearance is investigated, unearthing a tale of violence, deception and disguise.

Sat 30th September

Fatal Vows

High school sweethearts Linda and Derrick Yancey are now sheriff's deputies with the perfect marriage. But a closer look beyond the nice house and perfectly manicured lawn reveals a shocking tale of good cop/bad cop that can only end in murder.

Sat 30th September

Playground

Co-produced by George Clooney, Steven Soderbergh and Grant Heslov, this is a groundbreaking investigation into the multi-million dollar paedophilia industry. Filmmaker Libby Spears infiltrated the brothels of Asia, and then traced the sex tourists back to America. What she discovered was that it is as easy to buy a child in the US as it is in Asia. Speaking to pimps, victims and police officers, she exposes how young children are pushed into prostitution. Running alongside the investigation is the personal stories of the victims. We follow the main character, Michelle, over a five year period.

Sat 30th September

The Queen & Zak Grieve

This hard-hitting documentary takes you to the Northern Territory to investigate the confronting case of Zak Grieve, a 19-year-old man jailed for 20 years for a murder even the judge accepts he did not commit. Investigative reporter Dan Box spent weeks in the Top End town of Katherine investigating the killing and the events that led to Zak Grieve being jailed, despite evidence he was not there when the crime took place. Dan and his team conducted exclusive interviews with many of the people involved, including the judge who sent Grieve to jail, and obtained rare access to crime scene footage, forensic photographs, police interviews with suspects and trial recordings from the case. The program raises questions about the criminal justice system itself. How could this apparent injustice have happened? Is it time for the mandatory sentencing laws that led to Grieve's incarceration to finally be revoked?

Sun 1st October

Morning

Once Upon a Time in Cabramatta

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

Sun 1st October

The Haunting Of

Actor and musician Eric Balfour returns to a notoriously haunted abandoned hotel in rural Texas where he and friends were attacked and driven out by paranormal forces. Together with psychic medium, Kim Russo, they explore the depths of the decrepit space and uncover the true nature of what lies within.

Sun 1st October

Cops Uncut

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

Sun 1st October

Fatal Attraction

Each episode focuses on an incredible and dangerous romance. Driven by powerful, real-life stories, this series weaves together intimate, first-person interviews, evocative cinematography, exclusive interrogation footage and rare archival material. Along the way, it gives the viewer a glimpse into the dark heart of a dangerous romance. In this episode, a woman's disappearance is investigated, unearthing a tale of violence, deception and disguise.

Sun 1st October

Fatal Vows

High school sweethearts Linda and Derrick Yancey are now sheriff's deputies with the perfect marriage. But a closer look beyond the nice house and perfectly manicured lawn reveals a shocking tale of good cop/bad cop that can only end in murder.

Sun 1st October

Deadly Women

Selfish women will sometimes sell their souls to the devil to get what they want. They are devoid of compassion and common human decency. A scorned lover weaves a web of lies that culminates in murder, a teenage Goth orders a reign of terror which destroys her father and a two-faced gold-digger buries gruesome secrets in her basement. Instead of hearts filled with kindness and generosity, these deadly women have souls of stone.

Sun 1st October

Suburban Secrets

Rabbi Fred Neulander and his wife Carol are pillars of the Cherry Hill, New Jersey community. He is the senior rabbi and founder of Cherry Hill's largest synagogue, and Carol runs a successful bakery. But life in this quiet suburb changes forever with a desperate 911 call. Rabbi Neulander reports that he has found Carol dead in their home, the victim of an apparent botched burglary. The resulting murder case will take the town on a roller-coaster ride as police unravel a web of lies.

Sun 1st October

Body of Evidence

Each year, thousands of people travel from Tampa to Miami Beach via the Tamiami trail. But one year, a string of murders along the trail has the community living in fear. Detectives focus their attention to a note written by the assailant challenging police to catch him. Now it falls upon FDLE Profiler Dayle Hinman to prove that she is up to the challenge.

Sun 1st October

Crime Stories

A child prodigy turns into a mass murderer. Did he go insane, or is his defence a Machiavellian deception by a man with a degree in psychology who had experience working in mental facilities? Jeffrey Wallace claims insanity after going on a shooting spree in a tourist-filled bar in Key West. The prosecution says Wallace has a background in psychology and is faking. Wallace killed a beloved bartender who was his boss when he was working there.

Sun 1st October

Crime Stories

Sharks is a story of a rogue MIT blackjack team who took huge sums of cash from the casinos. Applying the hi-lo card-counting techniques popularised in the early 1960s. The team made more than $3 million in a few years - all through legal methods - before the casinos caught on. The MIT bunch lived out a fantasy, concocting aliases, wearing elaborate disguises at blackjack tables and partying with celebrities. We'll follow an investigation of this band of geniuses into the casino world and get some clues as to how they succeeded and eventually failed.

Sun 1st October

The Queen & Zak Grieve

This hard-hitting documentary takes you to the Northern Territory to investigate the confronting case of Zak Grieve, a 19-year-old man jailed for 20 years for a murder even the judge accepts he did not commit. Investigative reporter Dan Box spent weeks in the Top End town of Katherine, investigating the killing and the events that led to Zak Grieve being jailed, despite evidence he was not there when the crime took place. Dan and his team conducted exclusive interviews with many of the people involved, including the judge who sent Grieve to jail, and obtained rare access to crime scene footage, forensic photographs, police interviews with suspects and trial recordings from the case. The program raises questions about the criminal justice system itself. How could this apparent injustice have happened? Is it time for the mandatory sentencing laws that led to Grieve's incarceration to finally be revoked?

Sun 1st October

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 1st October

Homicide Hunter

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

Sun 1st October

Noon

Contract Killers

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

Sun 1st October

Dream/Killer

After the brutal murder of a sports editor in Colombia, Missouri, the police arrest Ryan Ferguson two years after the crime based on some one else's dream. Ryan's father, Bill, confronts America's broken judicial system to fight for his son's freedom.

Sun 1st October

The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door

A complaint from next door can result in threats, violence or a visit from the police. But across three decades two families found their dispute reached terrifying heights. Two extreme stories of neighbours who pull weapons over the garden fence, enter into violent harassment, and end in ultimate catastrophe. Warren and Sharee Smith and their young family lived a quiet life in an unassuming suburb in Birmingham, but when they got a new next door neighbour, Harry Street, their lives took a shocking turn. From the start the Smiths found Harry Street odd, but were baffled when their strange neighbour began to complain about noise coming from their household - noise they knew they weren't making. When he started phoning the police about them they knew something wasn't right, but they were even more bewildered and shocked when at night, he started drilling into their wall and hammering a metal rod in to the hole just to keep them awake. Soon their nightmare neighbour was consuming their lives. After five years of hell, Harry pulled out a gun and made an eerie threat over the garden fence. The Smith family hurriedly sold up and moved out. The nightmare should have been over but it wasn't. Just days later Harry Street was on their doorstep, making chilling threats and fearful for their lives. Jill Burkitt was only a teenager in 1978 when she and her family lived next door to a nightmare neighbour. Over the years Barry Williams, who lived with his parents, became fixated on the idea that her family were making noise. Brushing it off, and safe in the knowledge they were quiet as mice they tried to live an ordinary life, but one Autumn day, things took a tragic turn, and Jill's life would never be the same again.

Sun 1st October

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 1st October

The Queen & Zak Grieve

This hard-hitting documentary takes you to the Northern Territory to investigate the confronting case of Zak Grieve, a 19-year-old man jailed for 20 years for a murder even the judge accepts he did not commit. Investigative reporter Dan Box spent weeks in the Top End town of Katherine, investigating the killing and the events that led to Zak Grieve being jailed, despite evidence he was not there when the crime took place. Dan and his team conducted exclusive interviews with many of the people involved, including the judge who sent Grieve to jail, and obtained rare access to crime scene footage, forensic photographs, police interviews with suspects and trial recordings from the case. The program raises questions about the criminal justice system itself. How could this apparent injustice have happened? Is it time for the mandatory sentencing laws that led to Grieve's incarceration to finally be revoked?

Sun 1st October

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. When Soliman Ahmed moved to the UK from Egypt and set up home with his family he was looking forward to building friendships in the cul de sac in Hampshire. But relations got off to bad start with neighbour Daniel Knight when Soliman had to complain to him about his noisy TV and claims he was sworn at. When Soliman made further complaints he says Daniel responded by making threats to him and it wasn't long before the abuse turned personal with Soliman claiming Daniel racially abused him. Starting to record their confrontations on his mobile phone it wasn't long before Soliman got the proof he needed to get his neighbour arrested and charged / In Merseyside pensioner Keith had a project on his hands when he moved to a bungalow that needed some redecorating. But it wasn't long before he had a new project on his hands... keeping his next door neighbour Jean happy. When she started banging on his walls he confronted her, only to be told he was playing his music too loud. Confused Keith replied he never played music but instead of appeasing his neighbour it made her worse and the banging on the walls progressed to banging on his windows forcing Keith to install CCTV to prove he was not the one making the noise / Su Rose has lived in her property in leafy Belsize Park for over 40 years but a recent facelift to her home resulted in a complaint from a neighbour. It wasn't long before Su was facing a planning battle to keep her beloved home painted pink but with a neighbour complaint about the outlook, Su was left seeing red.

Sun 1st October

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 leader's 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 promise of a better life among the stars with aliens.

Sun 1st October

Serial Killer Sunday

When body parts began washing up on the beaches of a peaceful Californian seaside town, police realised someone was hunting, abducting, murdering and dismembering female co-eds. What they didn't realise was the killer was in their midst, drinking with them at their favourite local bar. Cops considered the 6'9" Edmund Kemper a gentle giant; little did they know that as a teenager he'd murdered his grandparents, he'd fooled psychiatrists into releasing him from a secure hospital after just five years, and while he was socialising with police officers he was living out his bizarre sexual fantasies with the corpses of young co-eds. Edmund Kemper would kill and dismember six young college girls before turning on his mother and her best friend. Was his mind twisted by his upbringing in a broken home and volatile relationship with a domineering mother? Or was the Co-ed Butcher born to kill?

Sun 1st October

Crimes That Shook Britain

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

Sun 1st October

Cold Justice: Sex Crimes

Casey and Alicia come to Flint, Michigan, on a mission, bringing resources to help analyse dozens of untested rape kits from the Flint Police Department's evidence room, and the results are astonishing. We follow two cases closely. In 2011, Jessica, was raped at knife point in her own home, in front of her husband and eight-month-old child. Though Jessica did not have any physical scars from the rape she and her husband were left to deal with the emotional scars her attacker left behind. Jessica is determined to not let the attack stop her from living her life and being the best mother to her three children. Later, LaBona was violently raped in the home of her attacker one night in 2011. As she struggled for her life, her only thought was that she may never see her family again. Luckily, LaBona was able to escape with her life. After experiencing such a terrifying ordeal, LaBona is now drug free but still lives with the emotional trauma of the rape. Casey and Alicia work tirelessly alongside the Flint Police Department to make sure that both Jessica and LaBona receive the justice they both deserve.

Sun 1st October

The Queen & Zak Grieve

This hard-hitting documentary takes you to the Northern Territory to investigate the confronting case of Zak Grieve, a 19-year-old man jailed for 20 years for a murder even the judge accepts he did not commit. Investigative reporter Dan Box spent weeks in the Top End town of Katherine, investigating the killing and the events that led to Zak Grieve being jailed, despite evidence he was not there when the crime took place. Dan and his team conducted exclusive interviews with many of the people involved, including the judge who sent Grieve to jail, and obtained rare access to crime scene footage, forensic photographs, police interviews with suspects and trial recordings from the case. The program raises questions about the criminal justice system itself. How could this apparent injustice have happened? Is it time for the mandatory sentencing laws that led to Grieve's incarceration to finally be revoked?

Mon 2nd October

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 2nd October

Crimes That Shook Britain

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

Mon 2nd October

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. When Soliman Ahmed moved to the UK from Egypt and set up home with his family he was looking forward to building friendships in the cul de sac in Hampshire. But relations got off to bad start with neighbour Daniel Knight when Soliman had to complain to him about his noisy TV and claims he was sworn at. When Soliman made further complaints he says Daniel responded by making threats to him and it wasn't long before the abuse turned personal with Soliman claiming Daniel racially abused him. Starting to record their confrontations on his mobile phone it wasn't long before Soliman got the proof he needed to get his neighbour arrested and charged / In Merseyside pensioner Keith had a project on his hands when he moved to a bungalow that needed some redecorating. But it wasn't long before he had a new project on his hands... keeping his next door neighbour Jean happy. When she started banging on his walls he confronted her, only to be told he was playing his music too loud. Confused Keith replied he never played music but instead of appeasing his neighbour it made her worse and the banging on the walls progressed to banging on his windows forcing Keith to install CCTV to prove he was not the one making the noise / Su Rose has lived in her property in leafy Belsize Park for over 40 years but a recent facelift to her home resulted in a complaint from a neighbour. It wasn't long before Su was facing a planning battle to keep her beloved home painted pink but with a neighbour complaint about the outlook, Su was left seeing red.

Mon 2nd October

Serial Killer Sunday

When body parts began washing up on the beaches of a peaceful Californian seaside town, police realised someone was hunting, abducting, murdering and dismembering female co-eds. What they didn't realise was the killer was in their midst, drinking with them at their favourite local bar. Cops considered the 6'9" Edmund Kemper a gentle giant; little did they know that as a teenager he'd murdered his grandparents, he'd fooled psychiatrists into releasing him from a secure hospital after just five years, and while he was socialising with police officers he was living out his bizarre sexual fantasies with the corpses of young co-eds. Edmund Kemper would kill and dismember six young college girls before turning on his mother and her best friend. Was his mind twisted by his upbringing in a broken home and volatile relationship with a domineering mother? Or was the Co-ed Butcher born to kill?

Mon 2nd October

Cold Justice: Sex Crimes

Casey and Alicia come to Flint, Michigan, on a mission, bringing resources to help analyse dozens of untested rape kits from the Flint Police Department's evidence room, and the results are astonishing. We follow two cases closely. In 2011, Jessica, was raped at knife point in her own home, in front of her husband and eight-month-old child. Though Jessica did not have any physical scars from the rape she and her husband were left to deal with the emotional scars her attacker left behind. Jessica is determined to not let the attack stop her from living her life and being the best mother to her three children. Later, LaBona was violently raped in the home of her attacker one night in 2011. As she struggled for her life, her only thought was that she may never see her family again. Luckily, LaBona was able to escape with her life. After experiencing such a terrifying ordeal, LaBona is now drug free but still lives with the emotional trauma of the rape. Casey and Alicia work tirelessly alongside the Flint Police Department to make sure that both Jessica and LaBona receive the justice they both deserve.

Mon 2nd October

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

Mon 2nd October

A Town & Country Murder

The picturesque market towns and villages of rural Britain are famed for their charm and enjoyed by locals who appreciate the slower pace of life. But the prettiest parts of the land harbour a darker side and are the back drop to some of the most terrible murders of recent times. This program retells these shocking crimes, from execution murders by complete strangers, to crimes of passion by jealous lovers. Examine all aspects of the case from the discovery of the body through each twist and turn of the investigation until the perpetrator is finally banged to rights. Not only do we hear from the detectives who cracked the cases and the bereaved families who lost a loved one, but also from local people who reveal how the murder has changed their tight knit communities forever. This program reveals the truth behind an idyllic facade - things are often not quite what they seem.

Mon 2nd October

Crimes That Shook Britain

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

Mon 2nd October

Cops: Love Hurts Special Edition

Domestic abuse calls and other stories of love gone wrong include an abused woman with two black eyes, a man who is assaulted by his wife's boyfriend, a woman who has locked herself in her bedroom - and her husband out, a husband/wife/mother love triangle, and more.

Mon 2nd October

Reported Missing

Just six weeks after his wedding 28-year-old Darren vanishes, apparently into thin air, leaving Inspector Simon Orton and the team at Durham Police baffled. As detectives dig deeper into events leading up to Darren's disappearance, they uncover secrets and lies. All is not what it seems, but there are many reasons why people don't always tell the police the whole truth and it's down to Claire McElvaney and her partner from South Durham CID to work out what is relevant to their investigation and what is not.

Mon 2nd October

Captive For 18 Years: Jaycee Lee Story

In 1991, Jaycee Lee disappeared. Eighteen years later, she was found alive. From the producers of the Madeleine McCann documentaries comes the story of Jaycee Lee Dugard, an 11-year-old girl snatched from her happy life, and the town that refused to forget her. With exclusive access to police archive interviews with Jaycee Lee's teachers, friends and family, this documentary looks at the events surrounding her abduction and investigates how her kidnappers were able to pass undetected while holding her captive in their backyard just 200 kilometres away.

Mon 2nd October

Noon

Homicide Hunter

A successful businesswoman and mother of two is found shot to death in the most expensive part of Colorado Springs, leaving police stumped. It isn't until Lt. Joe Kenda looks into her personal life that he realises the killer was someone she trusted. And in another case, a routine call summoning Kenda to a homicide scene becomes anything but routine when he realises someone has been shot at his favourite bar. Kenda must put personal feelings aside to solve the most harrowing case of his career.

Mon 2nd October

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. In each episode, Kenda uses first person narrative along with dramatic re-creations to retell the stories of Kenda's most disturbing and challenging murder cases. The series takes viewers behind the scenes with one of the world's best homicide detectives to learn how murders are solved. In this episode, a frenzied ambush at a hamburger stand leaves 16-year-old Gary Davis shot dead. Although several eye-witnesses were in the car with Gary when he was shot, none of them got a good look at the killer. Working with little more than rumour and speculation, Lt Joe Kenda is on the hunt for a mysterious young man in a purple hat. But before Kenda and his men can track down his prime suspect, a surprise witness comes forward with evidence that will blow the case wide open.

Mon 2nd October

Captivated: The Trials of Pamela Smart

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

Mon 2nd October

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. In Flint, MI, Chuck Miller arrives at his brother's salvage yard and discovers a body. At first it looks like a robbery gone bad but as homicide investigators delve deep they uncover a steamy affair involving an ex-cop and the ultimate revenge plot. In Killaloe, Ontario, a friend arrives to check on the wellbeing of Scott Dell, 44. She finds his body. Nearby is a bottle of sweet tasting wine which will help solve how he died - and who killed him.

Mon 2nd October

It Takes A Killer

When a young man is brutally murdered in his home, the only suspect with a motive is his ex girlfriend, who claims she hasn't seen the victim for months. But detectives uncover a digital camera in the victim's washing machine, DNA evidence, and phone messages that tell a different story.

Mon 2nd October

The FBI Files

In the mid-1990s, a gang of professional bank robbers raided cities across seven states. Disguises and speed protected their identity from cameras and the police as they stole hundreds of thousands of dollars, always leaving a bomb to terrorise their victims. The stakes were raised when the FBI discovered the robbers had an agenda beyond their personal wealth. To stop these extremists and their growing operation, the FBI needed to capture their leaders.

Mon 2nd October

Evening

Cops

Police respond to a domestic disturbance call and find a man who says he fears for his life because his wife is a belligerent, violent drunk.

Mon 2nd October

Cops

(Pierce Co. WA - 12:42 AM Stolen Vehicle Pursuit) South Hill Precinct - Deputy Kris Nordstrom chases Derrick, a white guy in a stolen Honda Prelude on the freeway. He goes 70mph through a red light, blows a stop sign, goes eastbound on Pacific, dodges stop sticks, west on 72nd, swerves to avoid a PIT, speeds up, heads down 116 th st, rear ends a car and loses it. He jumps out to run but another police car cuts him off against a fence. He goes to jump on the hood, doesn't make it, surrenders and they jump on him and cuff him. Deputy Roger Fuller checks the victim that was hit and his face is all bloody.

Mon 2nd October

The First 48

When a suburban teenager is found dead in a robbery gone bad, Minneapolis Detective Emily Dunphy must find out which of the victim's friends may have double-crossed him.

Mon 2nd October

Snapped: Killer Couples

Featuring couples whose passion drives them to commit terrible criminal acts. Through recreations and gripping firsthand accounts, each episode takes a deep dive into the stories behind the couples' romance, how their relationship evolved once love turned into manipulation and what ultimately drove them to commit the crime. When a family is attacked on the side of the road in an apparent hate crime; investigators uncover a crime of passion, lust, and revenge.

Mon 2nd October

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 2nd October

The First 48

On a rain-soaked Memphis morning, Sgt. Tony Mullins and Sgt. Mitch Oliver respond to a drive-by shooting, and learn that the victim is an innocent bystander. The man who says he was the intended target led Mullins and Oliver on a manhunt for two brothers alleged to be the driver and the shooter. And in Dallas, when a man is shot to death in a van, Detective Dale Lundberg must untangle a web of conflicting stories about the man's identity to try to find his killer.

Mon 2nd October

The First 48

When a suburban teenager is found dead in a robbery gone bad, Minneapolis Detective Emily Dunphy must find out which of the victim's friends may have double-crossed him.

Tue 3rd October

Morning

Snapped: Killer Couples

Featuring couples whose passion drives them to commit terrible criminal acts. Through recreations and gripping firsthand accounts, each episode takes a deep dive into the stories behind the couples' romance, how their relationship evolved once love turned into manipulation and what ultimately drove them to commit the crime. When a family is attacked on the side of the road in an apparent hate crime; investigators uncover a crime of passion, lust, and revenge.

Tue 3rd October

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 3rd October

Forensic Files

Five-year-old Melissa Brannen disappeared from a Christmas party in 1989. The fibres on her clothes were the only means for police to determine her abductor. Police grew suspicious of Cal Hughes who was washing his clothes at 1am when they came to his home. They searched his car and found several fibres similar to the clothes Melissa had worn to the party. However, there was no way to test the fibres until an investigator's wife remembered seeing Melissa's outfit in a catalogue. The same outfit was taken from another customer and tested. The fibres matched and Cal Hughes was convicted of abduction with intent to harm.

Tue 3rd October

Cops

(Pierce Co. WA - 12:42 AM Stolen Vehicle Pursuit) South Hill Precinct - Deputy Kris Nordstrom chases Derrick, a white guy in a stolen Honda Prelude on the freeway. He goes 70mph through a red light, blows a stop sign, goes eastbound on Pacific, dodges stop sticks, west on 72nd, swerves to avoid a PIT, speeds up, heads down 116 th st, rear ends a car and loses it. He jumps out to run but another police car cuts him off against a fence. He goes to jump on the hood, doesn't make it, surrenders and they jump on him and cuff him. Deputy Roger Fuller checks the victim that was hit and his face is all bloody.

Tue 3rd October

Death By Gossip

Three days before Christmas in 1992, professional rodeo rider Randy Flynn is gunned down near his Junction City, Kansas home. As the investigation begins, police hit a wall of whispers about who pulled the trigger. Soon members of a nearby church are dragged into the spotlight as rumours fly of a philandering pastor, sex shop scandals, and a beautiful woman with an endless supply of very competitive admirers. Authorities have no choice but to round up the whole congregation for questioning as the controversy shocks the tiny town.

Tue 3rd October

North Mission Road

An argument at a bar ends in a shooting. Was it self-defence as the shooter claims, or a case of cold-blooded murder? Using the science of ballistics and evidence from the autopsy, investigators will try and piece together what really happened during this fatal shootout.

Tue 3rd October

Suburban Secrets

In Palo Alto, California, the death of a schoolteacher looks like an accident, but is it?

Tue 3rd October

Cops

Police respond to a domestic disturbance call and find a man who says he fears for his life because his wife is a belligerent, violent drunk.

Tue 3rd October

The FBI Files

In the mid-1990s, a gang of professional bank robbers raided cities across seven states. Disguises and speed protected their identity from cameras and the police as they stole hundreds of thousands of dollars, always leaving a bomb to terrorise their victims. The stakes were raised when the FBI discovered the robbers had an agenda beyond their personal wealth. To stop these extremists and their growing operation, the FBI needed to capture their leaders.

Tue 3rd October

Cops

(Pierce Co. WA - 12:42 AM Stolen Vehicle Pursuit) South Hill Precinct - Deputy Kris Nordstrom chases Derrick, a white guy in a stolen Honda Prelude on the freeway. He goes 70mph through a red light, blows a stop sign, goes eastbound on Pacific, dodges stop sticks, west on 72nd, swerves to avoid a PIT, speeds up, heads down 116 th st, rear ends a car and loses it. He jumps out to run but another police car cuts him off against a fence. He goes to jump on the hood, doesn't make it, surrenders and they jump on him and cuff him. Deputy Roger Fuller checks the victim that was hit and his face is all bloody.

Tue 3rd October

The First 48

When a suburban teenager is found dead in a robbery gone bad, Minneapolis Detective Emily Dunphy must find out which of the victim's friends may have double-crossed him.

Tue 3rd October

Snapped

Kathleen Dorsett and her parents were about as respectable as a middle class family could get. But then a sudden disappearance and a mysterious fire would lead to a gruesome discovery that leaves the authorities wondering, just how far would one family go to protect their own?

Tue 3rd October

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 3rd October

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. In Flint, MI, Chuck Miller arrives at his brother's salvage yard and discovers a body. At first it looks like a robbery gone bad but as homicide investigators delve deep they uncover a steamy affair involving an ex-cop and the ultimate revenge plot. In Killaloe, Ontario, a friend arrives to check on the wellbeing of Scott Dell, 44. She finds his body. Nearby is a bottle of sweet tasting wine which will help solve how he died - and who killed him.