Fading Trails: The Unsolved Murders of Alice & Edna
The investigation may have been scaled down, but the desire and determination to find who killed Alice & Edna remains as strong as ever within the force. The people of Birmingham need to know.
Joanna Dennehy: Peterborough ditch murders
Peterborough’s Joanne Dennehy is the first woman in the UK to be handed a whole life tariff by a Judge. The judge ordered that she should die behind bars for the brutal murders of three innocent men.<br /><br />
True Crime Stories: The Sunderland Strangler
Sunderland Echo reporter Kevin Clark recounts the case of serial killer Steven Grieveson, who murdered four teenage boys in the early 1990s.
True Crime Stories: The murder of Tarek Chaiboub
Tarek Chaiboub was just 17 years old when he was killed in broad daylight outside a barber’s on Spital Street, Burngreave, in July 2008.
Grief: The agony of knife crime in the Black Country
In the heart-wrenching documentary 'Grief,' delve into the stark realities of knife crime gripping the Black Country as two grieving parents, a mother and a father, bravely share their haunting stories of loss.
The Disappearance of Charlene Downes
On the 20th anniversary of her disappearance, we take an in-depth look at the story of Charlene Downes who disappeared on 1 November 2003, when she was 14, from her home town of Blackpool.<br />
Mystery of Robert Hutchinson's disappearance
Sunderland Echo reporter Kevin Clark tells the story of the disappearance of Sunderland dad Robert Hutchinson in 2014, and speaks to Robert's daughter.
The hunt for 'Noddy' Rice's killer
Shields Gazette reporter Ryan Smith discusses the hunt for the killer of David 'Noddy' Rice in 2006, and speaks to Noddy's sister Shirley Rice about her long wait for closure.
Motive mystery of Tipu Sultan killing
Shields Gazette reporter Ryan Smith looks at the case of the murder of Tipu Sultan in South Tyneside in 2015 - a crime for which two men were convicted and jailed, but whose motive has never been properly established.
True Crime Stories: How Nikki Allan's killer was finally caught
Sunderland Echo reporter Kevin Clark tells the story of the long hunt for the killer of a young girl murdered in Sunderland in 1992, the innocent man tried for the crime, the grieving mother's battle for justice - and the conviction of the culprit more than 30 years later.
True Crime Stories: The unsolved murder of Billy Sibbald
It is one of the Capital’s most notorious unsolved murders. Billy Sibbald - an Edinburgh pub-owner was found dead in 2002 next to a motorway lay-by three months after he was reported missing. <br />
Allan Bryant: family’s 10 years of heartache over missing Glenrothes man
The tenth anniversary of the disappearance of Glenrothes man Allan Bryant has been marked with a renewed appeal for anyone to come forward with information which could finally end his family’s painful heartache.<br />
Edinburgh True Crime Stories: Murder of Caroline Hogg
It was a sunny evening on July 8, 1983 when five-year-old Caroline Hogg – still wearing a pretty gingham dress from an afternoon party – was playing happily on Portobello Promenade.<br /><br />The lively youngster had begged her mother, Annette, for a few more minutes outside to go to the seaside swing park near her home.<br /><br />Witnesses would later report seeing her riding a <br />double-decker bus on a roundabout at the popular Fun City <br />fairground.<br /><br />But after it stopped, Caroline walked away hand-in-hand with a “scruffy-looking” man who had just paid 15p to the cashier for her turn as he stood nearby and watched.<br /><br />That happy little girl would never be seen again and, 30 years later, her murder continues to haunt Edinburgh and the minds of the detectives who finally caught her killer.<br />
Edinburgh True Crime Stories - World's End Murders
On the evening of October 15, 1977, teenagers Christine Eadie and Helen Scott entered the World’s End pub on the Royal Mile, ready to celebrate what they saw as their adult lives.<br /><br />But less than 24 hours later, police would launch a double murder investigation after the bodies of both 17-year-olds were discovered, in a crime that shook Edinburgh to its core<br />
True Crime Stories Portsmouth: The 'body-in-the-bag' killing
Video story on David Hilder who killed and dismembered his friend, David Guy in Southsea on 2012
Portsmouth Crime Stories: The mysterious disappearance of Buster Crabb
True Crime - Mysterious disappearance of Buster Crabb
True Crime Stories: Victor Farrant was Britain’s most notorious fugitive
True crime: Portsmouth killer Victor Farrant was Britain’s most notorious fugitive following brutal murder of Glenda Hoskins at Port Solent home in 1996.
The unsolved killing of teenager Jonathan Matondo
True Crime Sheffield: How the murder of 16-year-old Jonathan Matondo - gunned down in a city park - shocked Sheffield.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
Leeds Crime Stories: The Unsolved Murder of Adam Chadwick
Leeds Crime Stories: The Unsolved Murder of Adam Chadwick - Abbey Maclure examines the 2008 Harehills murder of Adam Chadwick as his family continue to search for answers 15 years on.
Sheffield True Crime Stories: The murder of Patricia Grainger.
Son's heartbreak as hunt for killer who murdered mum in Sheffield continues 26 years on.<br /><br />Patricia Grainger was killed on August 10, 1997, but despite a number of police appeals and rewards offered through the years nobody has yet been jailed over her murder.<br /><br />She was 25 years old when her body was found dumped under a discarded base at a brook behind homes on Deerlands Avenue, Parson Cross.<br /><br />The mum-of-one, who had learning difficulties, was from nearby Buchanan Road and had been missing for a number of days before her body was found by children playing in the brook, known as Sheffield Lane Dike or Tongue Gutter.
True Crime Stories: The murder of Michaela Hague
Michaela, who was working as a prostitute when she was killed, was picked up by a man trawling the streets of Sheffield’s red light district.<br /><br />He picked the 25-year-old up in a car from Bower Street, off Corporation Street, in the city centre and drove her to a secluded car park nearby – opposite a pub known then as The Manchester, but which is now The Harlequin.<br /><br />An old-style blue Ford Sierra was seen driving away from where Michaela’s body was discovered by another sex worker, who raised the alarm.<br /><br />PC Richard Twigg was the first police officer to arrive at the crime scene and Michaela managed to pass on some valuable information about her attacker, which the police officer jotted down on his hand as he tended to her before she was rushed to the Northern General Hospital, where she died three hours later.
True crime: Lancashire's Handless Corpse
When two amateur divers plunged into a water filled quarry near Chorley on a Sunday morning they were unaware of what they were about to uncover - or the consequences of the gruesome find.<br />Jeff Ashcroft and Ian Reading found the mutilated body of a man weighed down by bricks on 14 October 1979.<br />The murder investigation lead Lancashire police to an amazing journey as far afield as Australia.
Wearside Jack: A Lethal Hoax
Sunderland Echo reporter Kevin Clark, with the help of author Dr Mark Blacklock, takes us through the case of 'Wearside Jack' John Humble - the Sunderland hoaxer who significantly derailed the investigation into the Yorkshire Ripper murders of the late 1970s and early '80s.
Meet one of the world's top art forgers David Henty | Episode 2
David Henty became known as the "world's number one art forger" after faking passports and banknotes, including the watermarks - something that earned him five years in jail.
Meet one of the world's top art forgers David Henty | Episode 1