Investigative reporter Louise Shorter hosts this true crime series looking at both sides of some of the biggest miscarriages of justice in British legal history. Louise and experts look at what went wrong and how it was put right.
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The true story of Melissa Caddick, a woman who disappeared after swindling over $40 million from her most trusted clients.
Based on the 2002 terrorist attacks on Bali's tourist hotspots, explores how everyday heroes from Bali, Australia and beyond defied the odds to bring order from chaos and hope from despair.
In 1983, Scottish serial killer Dennis Nilsen was arrested after the discovery of human remains which had blocked a drain near his London home.
Ex-cop Jack Taylor earns a reputation for being a tough-as-nails private investigator who's not afraid to take on vigilantes or track down killers.
O'Neills, police detective Chris and his wife, former undercover officer Michelle, whose teenage daughter goes missing.
Lexie Noble becomes entangled in a police operation to topple a notorious crime lord, Cal Morris.
The story of the organized crime scene of Dublin is revealed, centered on Darren, who wants to stay out of trouble but ends up returning to his old habits and his old gang.
A team of dedicated detectives investigate gruesome murders across London.
The story about the murder of 11-year-old Rhys Jones in Croxteth, Liverpool in 2007; his parents' (Melanie and Steve) ordeal; and how Rhys' murderer and his associates were eventually brought to justice.
When an Edinburgh schoolgirl is abducted, DI Ray Lennox investigates her disappearance whilst confronting his own past trauma.