Connect with us
Catching A Killer A Bullet Through The Window Catching A Killer A Bullet Through The Window

Previews

Catching A Killer: A Bullet Through The Window Premieres Thurs 7 Dec on Channel 4

Published

on

It’s the early hours in Milton Keynes when a single bullet is shot through an open window in a quiet suburban street. Its victim is a 19-year-old boy. No one is seen. A frantic 999 call is made as the only witness desperately tries to resuscitate the boy and begs for the police to arrive more quickly. ‘There’s blood in his mouth’ he screams through his tears.

With exclusive access to Thames Valley Police, this 85 minute documentary, airing on Thursday 7 December at 9.00pm on Channel 4, follows this tragic murder case as the police attempt to piece together the events that led up to that fatal shot. With the suspect still at large and live firearm missing, time is of the essence for the force and they must act quickly to track down the killer. But is there more to the case than meets the eye, with a potential second suspect?

Thames Valley Police must seek out the truth and gain enough evidence to make sure no one gets away with murder. As the investigation twists and turns, the mourning family members uncover the pain of a lost teenage boy, only recently groomed into the fringes of a world of drugs, guns and broken lives. Filmed from the panicked 999 call through to the courts of justice, this documentary delves into the turmoil, challenges and tragedy behind the headlines of a crime that’s often overlooked. Prod/Dir: Erica Gornall; Series Dir: Jezza Neumann; Series Prod: Anna Hall; Exec Prod: Brian Woods; Prod Co: True Vision TV

Catching A Killer: A Bullet Through The Window airs Thursday 7 December 2017 from 9.00pm-10.25pm on Channel 4.

Advertisement












Previews

Tommy Cooper Forever Episode 2 (ITV 15 Dec 2017)

Published

on

By

Tommy Cooper Forever

Tommy Cooper Forever, the second and final episode airs on Friday 15 December at 9.00pm on ITV3, reveals how an act that started out in the desert during the second world war went on to take the comedy world by storm.

Over three decades have passed since Tommy Cooper died but rather than the memories fade with time, the nation’s love of this unique magician has only gone from strength to strength.

In these two programmes, using previously unseen footage, we hear how Tommy scoured the magic shops of London to create his routine.

And we trace his extraordinary journey from South Wales to top of the bill at the Palladium, with the help of family, friends who worked with him and famous fans – a cast list which includes Jennifer Saunders, Simon Callow, Lionel Blair, Anita Harris, Les Dennis and Jerome Flynn.

Tommy Cooper Forever Episode 2 (of 2) airs Friday 15 December 2017 from 9.00pm-10.05pm on ITV3.

Continue Reading

Previews

Judge Rinder’s Crown Court Episode 2 (ITV 15 Dec 2017)

Published

on

By

Judge RInder's Crown Court

In the second and final part of this two part series, airing on Friday 15 December at 8.00pm on ITV, Judge Rinder hears from the defence witnesses, as they give evidence to clear James Byron, a man accused of murdering his wife. They’ll paint a picture of the victim as a fragile and complex character, how she’d cried wolf many times before, and importantly hear from the defendant himself.

But was this murder, or was it a tragic accident or even suicide? It’s up to the viewers to decide.

Judge Rinder guides viewers through this complex legal case before the verdict of the original jury in the case that inspired the story – but did viewers come to the same conclusion?

Crown Court, the iconic courtroom drama of of the seventies and eighties is back on our screens after a thirty-year hiatus with a brand new case, presided over by Judge Rinder.

Originally running for over 800 episodes, this classic series featured the good and the great of British acting talent from Colin Firth to Ben Kingsley, Bob Hoskins and Alison Steadman to name just a few.

Judge Rinder’s Crown Court Episode 2 (of 2) airs Friday 15 December 2017 from 8.00pm-8.30pm on ITV.

Continue Reading

Previews

Jamie And Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast (Channel 4 15 Dec 2017, with Sarah Millican)

Published

on

By

Jamie And Jimmy's Friday Night Feast Sarah Millican

Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty welcome comedian Sarah Millican to their cafe at the end of Southend Pier. Sarah gets her first ever cooking lesson, as Jamie recreates her favourite microwave meal – in order to get Sarah cooking from scratch and weaned off convenience food.

Jamie also creates a pie packed full of roasted game. Jimmy builds a soft-serve ice cream machine for a child’s birthday party. And the boys hit the road to champion the ethical values of eating British rose veal.

Series Producer: Dunk Barnes
Executive Producer: Samantha Beddoes
Production Company: Jamie Oliver Limited

Jamie And Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast Episode 4 (of 12) airs Friday 15 December 2017 from 8.00pm-9.00pm on Channel 4.

Continue Reading

THIS JUST IN

ADVERTISEMENT

MOVIES

ADVERTISEMENT

EPISODES

More to View