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Dogs of War explores the phenomenon of modern mercenaries and illicit arms trafficking through the story of one man who operated at the heart of this covert and dangerous world for over thirty years.
Brand new true crime series #Dead2Me will tell the tragic stories of intimate relationships that turn sour… and end in a brutal murder.
Through his own words, John Gilligan recounts his days moving up through the criminal
underground of the 1970’s & 80’s in Dublin.
In 1984 six Glasgow family members died in an arson attack. Their murders were followed by one of Scotland’s longest trials and a 20 year fight for justice that gripped the nation.
Becoming Ian Brady presents the complete story of Britain’s most notorious killer Ian Brady.
On the 15 July 1992 a young mother called Rachel Nickell was murdered on Wimbledon Common as her three year old son Alex looked on. Her death would lead to one of the most notorious miscarriages of justice in British criminal history.
The remarkable story about Princess Anne’s brush with death.
Europe's largest drug cartel. A bloody and murderous feud. The trans-national effort to dismantle their empire and the dynastic ambitions for legitimacy.
This is the remarkable story of the theft of one of the most iconic paintings in history, Edvard Munch’s The Scream.
The many faces of Medi Abalimba.
Sleeping with My Murderer is an original British true crime documentary series offering unrivalled access to ten tragically, ill fated love stories
This is a powerful story that tells the gripping tale of the murder of an unidentified infant in rural Ireland, which became a series of events that placed an international spotlight on prejudice, ignorance and police corruption.
Patrick Mackay is the longest serving prisoner in the UK but despite this he remains an enigma to many, with some experts describing Mackay as “Britain’s forgotten serial killer”.
Emma Samuel loved her husband but never really knew who he was, until now.
Reframing the narrative of the awful events that occurred 15 years ago, on the evening of Thursday 1st November 2007.
When rage replaces love, passion turns into pain, Love You to Death goes inside the hearts and minds of lovers whose dysfunctional relationships – with an underlying air of potential violence – leads not to couple’s therapy but to murder.
In 1963 in the countryside in England, fifteen men pulled off 'The Great Train Robbery' netting today's equivalent of $85million.
The true crime series that reveals how heroes used their expertise and passion to prove the doubters wrong.
This is the story of Rose Dugdale and how she went from being an English debutante curtsying in front of the Queen to an avid supporter of the IRA and a shocking art thief.
Dating Death will explore the tumultuous times of the 1970s, and unveil how Rodney Alcala’s reign of terror spread from Los Angeles to New York.
Two serial killers operating separately from each other terrorise Baton Rouge and its surrounding area over the span of a decade.
Debi Marshall, Walkley award-winning investigative journalist and crime writer, is seeking resolution for the families of the Family Court victims: a series of shootings and bombings that killed 4 people and critically injured dozens.
The investigation into the John Wayne Glover murders – ‘The Granny Killer’.
This definitive series tells the full fifty years long story of the Moors Murders.
Science is powerful, but there is much it can’t explain.
A trio of whistleblowers, share their motivations, experiences and fallout of their own cases.