Stacey Dooley: Gypsy Kids in Crisis
Caught between anti-gypsy hostility, demands of child protection services, and growing up in struggling families, Stacey explores if there’s any hope for Hungary’s Roma gypsy kids in care.
‘The most chilling TV murder hunt you’ll ever watch – because it’s real’
In Oxford, in a doorway to a house, a man lies dead. No suspects, no witnesses, no sign of forced entry.
Like a real-life episode of Morse, Adrian Greenwood was an antique dealer stabbed over thirty times in his own home. The story may have the feel and look of a drama, but in reality somebody’s loved one has now been brutally murdered.
As every minute passes DNA is lost, CCTV is overwritten and anyone who may have seen something is starting to forget. The pressure is on the Detective Superintendent Kevin Brown.
With unprecedented access to Thames Valley Police Major Crime unit this film follows all the twists and turns of this real-life whodunit.
A True Vision production for Channel 4
What the Papers Say!
Daily Mail “Welcome to the second film in Channel 4’s controversial and riveting documentary series, Catching A Killer, which — for the first time in British television history — captures each twist of a live murder investigation from start to finish”
The Telegraph **** “Catching a Killer: The Wind in the Willows Murder was a chilling real-life murder story – with hints of Morse”
The Times **** “While once again showing that nothing is more gripping than real-life police going about their real-life police work”
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