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    Five Daughters – Mini Series (2010)

    Five Daughters: The BBC’s dramatic reconstruction of the horrendous killing spree of Steve Wright (The Suffolk Strangler) in Ipswich 2006 is a benchmark of how to tell a story with sensitivity. Ironically, the actual factual journalistic coverage of the time was less sensitive, focusing on Wright’s victims as merely ‘prostitutes’ rather than people; sisters, […]

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    Killers Behind Bars – Season 1 (2012)

    Professor David Wilson uses cutting-edge criminological techniques to examine the crimes committed by three of Britain’s most notorious murderers and tries to link them to more unsolved cases. He begins by focusing on `Suffolk Strangler’ Steve Wright, who is presently serving a life sentence for the murders of five women who worked as prostitutes […]

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    Martin Kemp’s Murder Files – Season 1 (2016)

    Martin Kemp’s Murder Files provides a detailed account of crimes and a step-by-step forensic analysis as to how evil killers were eventually identified. Using archive footage, reconstruction and expert testimony their crimes are laid bare whilst detectives, journalists, friends and leading criminologists offer a rare insight into the methods and motives of the most […]

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    My Son: The Serial Killer (2017)

    A documentary examining one of the UK’s most notorious criminals, as Steve Wright’s father Conrad offers his deeply personal insights into the horrific crimes his son committed. Dubbed the ‘Suffolk Strangler’, Wright murdered five women who worked as prostitutes and dumped their bodies in the countryside around Ipswich in 2006, and was jailed for […]

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    The Suffolk Strangler (2008)

    The Ipswich serial murders took place between 30 October and 10 December 2006, during which time the bodies of five murdered women were discovered at different locations near Ipswich, Suffolk, England. All of the victims were women who had worked as prostitutes in the Ipswich area. Their bodies were discovered naked, but there were […]