Owen Scott's investigation into the brutal murder of his brother John, and John's partner Greg in Fiji in 2001. John Scott was the director of Fiji Red Cross at the time, and was also openly gay. He lived with his long-time partner Greg Scrivener. This documentary, which takes the form of a personal journey for Owen, looks into the events surrounding John and Greg's brutal murder, and the motivations of their killer Apete Kaisau.
Twenty-one-year-old Gemma Barker from Staines is serving 30 months in prison for fraud and sexual assault. Over the course of several months Gemma invented and impersonated three different boys - 'Aaron', 'Luke' and 'Connor' - and under these separate guises seduced two teenage girls.
Israel Keyes stands to be remembered as one of the most elusive and far-reaching serial killers in history, but only if law enforcement can piece together the maze of hints, left before his 2012 suicide, to identify countless victims he claims to have killed over the previous fifteen years.
One of Britain's most infamous killers, Dennis Nilsen murdered 15 young men, some as young as 14, in London during the late seventies and early eighties. Nilsen held on to the corpses of his victims for weeks on end, keeping them in pristine condition and talking to them on his return home from work and sleeping beside them. His horrific crimes were only revealed when a plumbing company found human remains in his drains. But what led this seemingly normal civil servant to start killing for company? How big a role did his lonely childhood in an isolated Scottish fishing village play? And how devastating was his cold and religious mother's inability to feel any love for him or to acknowledge his homosexuality? Join MacIntyre and distinguished criminologist Dr Elizabeth Yardley as they unpick the psychology of one of the country's most complex killers.