Crime Files With David Wilson
Documentary · Crime
From double lives to how crimes of passion occur, an expert criminologist uses proven techniques and psychology to explain various crime themes.
Directed byCraig Collinson
S01:E01 - Serial Killers
Professor David Wilson offers insight into the minds of serial killers Peter Manuel and Peter Tobin.
S01:E02 - Heists
David Wilson discusses how virtually our every move is covered by CCTV and if we commit a crime in public we're almost certain to be caught on camera doing it. Fiona Walker joins David in the studio and they discuss the evolution of the police TV appeal.
S01:E03 - Crime and Poverty
Fiona Walker discusses the infamous triple murder carried out by Charles Boyle Jr. in 1920s Glasgow.
S01:E04 - Gangs
Criminologist David Wilson and his guests look at Glasgow gang culture, arguing that the ‘No Mean City‘ motto is still very much applicable.
S01:E05 - Miscarriages of Justice
Criminologist David Wilson investigates the reasons why blatant miscarriages of justice occur, examining cases from past and present.
S01:E06 - Disposal of the Body
Criminologist David Wilson explores how if a killer wants to get away with murder, they must get rid of the evidence. In other words: dispose of their victim. Their attempts to do just that can often be what gets them caught.
S01:E07 - Forensics
David Wilson and his guests discuss the origins and use of forensic science in crime detection.
S01:E08 - Double Life
The psychology of criminals who hide behind constructed fronts to cover up their illegal activities.
S01:E09 - Crimes of Passion
A discussion on crimes of passion in which murder is committed when someone loses control.
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