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7 facts about Peter Sutcliffe, the Yorkshire Ripper
Peter Sutcliffe was found guilty of murdering 13 women and attempting to murder seven more.
Jean Charles de Menezes: A fatal case of mistaken identity
Jean Charles de Menezes was shot in the head seven times by officers after he was mistaken for a suspected suicide bomber
#DEAD2ME: What's coming up?
Across 10 episodes, #DEAD2ME tells the shocking stories of 10 people from all over Britain who were brutally murdered by their partner.
Who Killed Jill Dando? 3 compelling theories
Theories behind her unsolved murder, 20 years on
50 top British true crime podcasts
Many of the finest crime writers and stories come from the UK, and here are some of our favourite true crime podcasts
How Jemma Mitchell, 'The Body in the Suitcase' killer was caught
Jemma Mitchell was found guilty of murdering her friend, Deborah Chong, in a case with minimal forensic evidence that relied heavily on CCTV evidence
The crimes of Lucy Letby
Letby ‘perverted her learning and weaponised her craft to inflict harm, grief and death’.
Everything you need to know about 'Body in the Suitcase: The Murder Of Deborah Chong'
Body in the Suitcase: The Murder of Deborah Chong takes viewers deep into the crime and examines how police used CCTV evidence to arrest Jemma Mitchell
Britain's most prolific female serial killers
Lucy Letby murdered seven babies and attempted to kill another six between June 2015 and June 2016
The crimes of Mick Philpott: From attempted murder to the arson that killed his children
Mick Philpott received significant media coverage because of his previous crimes and his unconventional living situation
The Great Train Robbery: 60 years on
August 2023 marks the 60th anniversary of the so-called 'Crime of the Century' in which 17 men comprehensibly raided a mail train in Buckinghamshire
Everything you need to know about Murder Detective season 2
Murder Detective takes viewers inside murder investigations and reveals how the cases were cracked using modern crime-solving techniques
What happened to Nicola Payne? One of the UK's biggest unsolved cases
Nicola Payne went missing in Coventry in 1991 when walking to visit her parents. She has never been found
The teacher who blamed her boyfriend's death on her alter ego
Fiona Beal's attorney claimed she committed manslaughter after her partner, Nicholas Billingham, emotionally manipulated her across several years
Cut To The Crime
When a new client comes into James Busby’s hair salon, all he knows is their name, never their story
How Stephen Port was caught
Stephen Port, a 39-year-old chef, called the police alerting them of a lifeless body outside his flat. It didn’t take the police long to figure out Port wasn’t telling them the whole story
The Stockwell Strangler: The killer who terrorised London's pensioners
The serial killer was targeting elderly people and news of the gruesome murders swept throughout London like wildfire
Lighthouse: 'A very British cult'
Lighthouse had all the hallmarks of a cult, including a charismatic and authoritarian leader, a rigidly hierarchical structure, and an emphasis on isolating its members
Britain’s most shocking bomb attacks
22 people, including several children, were killed when a terrorist detonated a bomb after an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena
The Post Office Scandal: Britain's most widespread miscarriage of justice
None of the 736 people who ran Post Office franchises were guilty of the various accountancy crimes they were told they had committed
The most dangerous cities in Wales
There were almost 15,000 violent crimes committed in Cardiff in the year ending June 2022
'Robbed of justice': The murder of Lucie Blackman
A mysterious phone call claimed that Lucie Blackman had joined a ‘newly rising religion’, that she was happy and that she would never be seen again
Jemma Mitchell: The killer who dumped her friend's decapitated body in a suitcase
Deborah Chong's decapitated body was discovered in Devon, two weeks after she reported missing in London
Raoul Moat: Who was he and why did he go on the run?
The whole saga came to an end in the early hours of 10th July. Cornered by a riverbank, Moat engaged in a tense standoff before shooting himself dead
The Murder of Stephen Lawrence: 30 years on
A Police Complaints Authority report published in 1997 slammed the investigation of Stephen Lawrence's death for a litany of errors
The horrific murder of Kelly Anne Bates
Kelly-Anne’s autopsy revealed there were 150 separate injuries all across her body
Was there a second Yorkshire Ripper?
Peter Sutcliffe was found guilty of thirteen murders, but some people believe he wasn't solely responsible
HMP Wakefield: Who’s been inside ‘Monster Mansion’?
HMP Wakefield is a category A prison and has been home to some of the most dangerous British prisoners of all time
6 disturbing facts about Peter Tobin
Peter Tobin is known as one of the most hated serial killers in the UK having killed at least three women
Swipe right on true crime: Interview with Jonny and Satema from 'Crime Swipe'
In Crime Swipe, Jonny Nelson and Satema Tarawally dissect two separate crimes which have recently hit the headlines
14 unusual facts about Joanna Dennehy
Joanna Dennehy is one of only three women in the UK to receive a whole life order
The 'Steeltown Murders': Wales' first serial killer
It took law enforcement almost 30 years to find Wales' first serial killer
8 unbelievable facts about Charles Bronson
Charles Bronson, Britain's most violent prisoner has been behind bars for almost 50 years, moving prisons 120 times
What happened to the Hatton Garden burglars?
The Hatton Garden burglars were a bunch of pensioners, who obtained several nicknames such as the ‘Bad Dad’s Army’, ‘Diamond Wheezers’, and ‘Grandads Gang’.
5 British women who murdered their partners
From Penny Jackson to Sally Challen, these British women all had different reasons for killing their partners
'She finally snapped': What motivated Penny Jackson to kill her husband?
What does Forensic Psychiatrist Dr Sohom Das, a make of Penny Jackson's extreme behaviour?