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Fred And Rose West: Reopened 9pm, UTV Did the Wests murder many more than the 12 victims that we know of? Sir Trevor McDonald fronts this two-part film, concluding tomorrow, in which former DCI Colin Sutton, psychologist Donna Youngs and author Howard Sounes follow up new leads. In the opener, the team unearths documents including the full statement of "appropriate adult" Janet Leach.
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- Aretha .. the untold story
TAKE the tale of a troubled gospel singer who became the first woman in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and you are guaranteed one of the year's biggest movies.
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- Beeb's unseen clips of Philip
SENIOR royals have shared poignant memories of the Duke of Edinburgh for a new BBC documentary this month.
- Blades rip into Posh
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- The week in soap
Emmerdale Monday-Friday, ITV
- FLINT COULD CHIP IN FOR BLUEBIRDS
YOU wouldn't expect the bottom club in the Championship to suffer much with post-international hangovers, but somehow Nottingham Forest have managed it.
FIFTY years ago, a dodgy geezer working for a pair of Cockney wrong 'uns left the Big Smoke and travelled up north to discover the truth about his brother's death....
- YOUR STARS 2021
- Son butchered and boiled his parents to get their money
Thanksgiving weekends are full of traditions - tables laden with turkey dinners, homemade cornbread and pumpkin pies. But most of all, it's a time for bringing families together. In 2016, Joel Guy and his wife Lisa were hosting their final Thanksgiving family gathering in their home in Knoxville,...
- 'I crawled down the corridor and hid under the table'
Government worker Amy Bestwick, 33, lives in Lincoln with her partner, coach builder Ryan, 33, eight-year-old stepson and six-year-old stepdaughter. Amy's first child was due on 13 March, the 25th anniversary of the atrocity, but she welcomed baby girl Hallie Rose two weeks early on 25...
- Head teacher murdered husband over his X-rated messaging
The Chance couple fitted into their community seamlessly. Nothing seemed out of the ordinary. After 16 years working in local education, Leslie Jenea Chance was a respected head teacher at Fairview Elementary School, in Bakersfield, California. Her husband Todd, 45, had also spent over a decade...
- Weeping widower publicly mourned his wife after murdering her
It was a terrible scenario for any husband to find himself in. A wife had gone out for an early morning jog on her own and had not returned. Solo runners were potentially an easy target for opportunist attackers, and there had been a number of high-profile cases in the US. At first it looked as if...
- 'I learned to love again... then my fiancé died on our wedding day'
I was asleep when the hotel phone rang.Looking over at my friend Hannah* as she picked it up, I smiled sleepily and my stomach filled with butterflies. In just a few hours I would be walking down the aisle in my beautiful dress, saying my vows to the man I loved more than anyone else in the world....
- BID IDNIFCTIN UDE E
There are a huge range of birds to see throughout the UK, and the more you look, the more you will want to learn about the differences there are between them so that you can start to identify individual species. This guide features 150 birds that can be seen in Britain and Ireland. They are...
- Love among the corgis
The famous grey building loomed before me at the end of The Mall, the Royal Standard fluttering above its portico. I paused for a moment, then went up to the policeman on the gate. As I explained my business I was aware of the crowd at the railings watching avidly. I was going behind the curtain of ...
- 'Slimming down changed our lives - for the better and the worse'
'I threatened to slice off my loose, saggy skin and threw myself from a window'...