The UK’s leading criminologist Professor David Wilson presents the second series of the innovative crime talk show Crime Files.
Joined by investigative journalist Fiona Walker, the 10-part series delves into some of Scotland’s most infamous crimes and uncovers lesser-known cases from the country’s murky criminal past.
Each episode brings fresh analysis to both historical and contemporary crimes, from Robert Mone’s killing rampage of 1976, to the audacious fraud of Sir Gregor MacGregor in 1822, and the infamous double conviction of wife-killer Nat Fraser.
Covering a range of themes – from terrorism to family annihilation – the series features in-depth and revealing interviews with the key figures in these cases: detective investigators, journalists, lawyers, and the victims themselves.
EP 1: Serial and Mass Killers
EP 2: Family Annihilators
EP 3: Child Psychopaths
EP 4: Women that Kill
EP 5: Fraudsters
EP 6: Missing Presumed Murdered
EP 7: Racism
EP 8: Misjustice: Crimes Against Women
EP 9: Terrorism
EP 10: Ethics of Policing
In this 10-part BBC series, eminent criminologist Professor David Wilson hosts an innovative discussion show exploring Scottish Crimes, joined by investigative journalist Fiona Walker.
Each episode conducts an in-depth investigation into both historic and contemporary criminal cases, including the Glasgow Razor Gangs’ reign of terror in the 1930s, the infamous trial of serial killer Peter Manuel and the extraordinary jewel heist caught on mobile phones...
Covering a range of themes - from the evolution of forensics to criminal psychology - the series also features in-depth and revealing interviews with the professionals who combat crime: the top lawyers, the pathologists, the front-line cops as well as some of the nation's most notorious crooks.
Ep 1: Serial Killers
Ep 2: Heists
Ep 3: Crime & Poverty
Ep 4: Gangs
Ep 5: Miscarriages of Justice
Ep 6: Disposal of the Body
Ep 7: Forensics
Ep 8: Double Life
Ep 9: Crimes of Passion
Ep 10: Prisons