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Murder by the Sea

Murder by the Sea

A new six part series examining the dark crimes of the most deadly coastal killers to ever stalk our shores.

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ROYAL TELEVISION SOCIETY

ROYAL TELEVISION SOCIETY

BEST CURRENT AFFAIRS  PROGRAMME 2017 

Winner of best current affairs programme 2017 

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VOICE OF A SERIAL KILLER

VOICE OF A SERIAL KILLER

New ten-part series starting on CBS reality, November 1, 10pm 

 

“What’s it like to interview a serial killer?’  

Take a journey into the dark heart of the police interrogation room. Cutting edge Lip sync technology reanimates taped confessions of murder and brings the viewer face to face with the most notorious killers in history. 

 

EDINBURGH TV FESTIVAL

EDINBURGH TV FESTIVAL

Programme of the year  

Nominated for best programme of the year. 

REAL SCREEN AWARDS

REAL SCREEN AWARDS

Best Non Fiction Crime and investigation 

Winner of the award for best international crime programme 2017 

MURDER BY THE SEA SERIES 3

MURDER BY THE SEA SERIES 3

Best selling true crime author Geoffrey Wansell returns with six more stories of the life and crimes of our most deadly coastal killers
 
Starting Tuesday January 8 on CBS REALITY  at 10 pm,
 
Dark Son

Dark Son

Dark Son: The Hunt for a Serial Killer

Did a Welsh child murderer go on to become Jack the Stripper - the man behind the biggest case of unsolved serial murders in UK criminal history? Prof. David Wilson investigates

 
FEATURE LENGTH DOCUMENTARY
January 12 BBC 2 Wales and January 22 BBC 4 at 9pm
 
VOICE OF A KILLER SERIES

VOICE OF A KILLER SERIES

The acclaimed series returns with more in depth analysis of the in interviews of murderers, brought to life with lip sync technology
 
Best Documentary Programme

Best Documentary Programme

At the Broadcast Awards 2017, Interview with a Murderer won the Best Documentary Programme 2017.

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Interview with a murderer

Interview with a murderer

Interview with a Murderer has been one of the best reviewed programmes of the year, with audiences and critics alike gripped by the tale of the murder in 1978 of newspaper boy Carl Bridgewater.

THE TELEGRAPH: “This fascinating duel made for extraordinary television.” *****(5 stars)

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THE TIMES: “This was a compelling trial by TV, that surely contains the interview of the year so far.” ***** (5 stars)

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THE OBSERVER: “The most extraordinary documentary of the week.”

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