Crime

Prison: From the Inside

A two-part BBC documentary series which delves into the stories which lie behind the crimes of several men and women serving time in Northern Ireland's prisons. Through a number of intimate interviews with the inmates themselves and those working in the prisons we come to better understand the environment as a whole and reasons people have found themselves in such a place. Phil Wragg, the Direc

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Hunt For The Unabomber

Inside a primitive cabin located in Lincoln, Montana, one man declared war on the world, provoking the greatest manhunt in the history of the United States. From 1978 to 1996 he created explosive devices, destroyed lives and threatened a nation, how was it that one man managed to evade capture for almost two decades? Nobody in their right mind expected to find a man who had a PhD in mathematics

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Football Beasts

This is a tale of the age old hooliganism which has surrounded the sport of football for decades, these are the people who relish in the violence and formulate plans of attack weeks in advance of match day. In some parts of the world there are some fundamental rules which must be followed, but in more 'old school' countries there is little room for rules. The individuals who represent their fir

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One Killer Punch

One Killer Punch

One Killer Punch is an incredibly hard hitting film which sets out to explore the phenomenon of a one punch kill. With regards to the law and sentencing it is certainly in the grey area because it can be very difficult to establish if the person who threw the punch had intended to do serious harm. By examining three separate assaults this documentary gives us some great insight into several circum

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Acid Attack: My Story

Acid Attack: My Story

The United Kingdom is currently experiencing a scary rise in acid attacks, since 2012 the number of attacks have doubled and now they are seeng two attacks being carried out every single day with 450 happening in London alone. Acid seems to becoming the weapon of choice amongst gangs these days as it is easily concealed, much harder for police to find as it can be disguised as a bottle of water, b

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O.J. Simpson: The Lost Confession?

Last October (Oct. 2017) O.J. Simpson was released from prison after serving nine years for several offences including robbery, weapons and assault convictions. He may have served his time for those convictions but the question still remains, did he get away with murder? Twelve years ago a shocking interview with publisher Judith Regan and OJ himself took place, it was intended to promote his b

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R Kelly: Sex, Girls & Videotapes

In light of the recent #MeToo movement which was sparked by several women bringing forward allegations of sexual abuse against Hollywood hotshot Harvey Weinstein, claiming he abused his power to manipulate women, we are now starting to see many other names in the entertainment industry being mentioned with regards to sexual abuse. One of these names is R Kelly, who for a long time has been in the

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Boarding Schools: The Secret Shame

Boarding schools are amongst the most influential institutions in Britain, responsible for education many of our politicians, judges and business leaders, even three quarters of England's Prime Ministers. An estimated million people in the country boarded as children but it is only now, decades on that the true extent of sexual abuse in these schools is coming to light. In this film we see ITV'

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The Man With No Alibi

The Man With No Alibi

The Man With No Alibi is part of BBC Three's online mini series known as Unsolved, which explores unsolved murder/missing person cases, very similar in style to Netflix's Making a Murder. In this six-part season we delve into the incredibly dark and bizarre case of Jong Ok Shin. Jong Ok Shin was murdered in the early hours of 12 July 2002, she was a 26 year old student from Korea, the way in wh

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