In 2015, Britain First - a party that wants to ban all trace of Islam from the UK - has emerged as a new name in far right politics. Join deputy leader Jayda Fransen as she embarks on their first public national campaign.
Over a period of seventeen years, the beautiful city of Florence was the scene of seven horrific double murders of young couples. Under pressure to find the killer, the authorities charged Pietro Pacciani who died before his trial. Many believe that the case remains unsolved and that the murders had been carried out by a group of well-connected and seemingly respectable Florentine citizens.
One in five Australians has experienced racism in the last 12 months according to one of the biggest ever surveys conducted on racism and prejudice in Australia, commissioned by SBS with the Western Sydney University. Ray Martin investigates the question: Is Australia Racist? This one hour documentary puts survey findings into action through a series of hidden camera social experiments, capturing the experience of racism through the eyes of those who have suffered it. The results are at times confronting, but 'Is Australia Racist?' also reveals inspiring Australians facing up to racism and standing up when witnessing discrimination.
Taunting those watching on security cameras, Stephen Griffiths paraded the weapon he had used to kill three women, a Crossbow. The PhD Criminology student poured through the history books to learn lessons from his serial-killer heroes before outing his own, unique murder method into action. When asked for his name in Court, Griffiths replied, "I suppose I am the Crossbow Cannibal." He later revealed how he had eaten his victims' body parts.