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Join Prof David Wilson as he examines the life and behaviours of notorious murderers

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    Season 1, Episode 1
    • Thursday 3 Jan

    16C Kenneth Erskine killed 7 people in 1986. Professor David Wilson examines the murder cases to try and understand why he did it.

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      • Thursday 3 Jan

      16C Kenneth Erskine killed 7 people in 1986. Professor David Wilson examines the murder cases to try and understand why he did it.

      • Thursday 3 Jan

      16C Joanna Dennehy was a normal happy child. But in her thirties she carried out horrific murders of three men in just ten days in 2013. Dennehy pleaded guilty to all three murders, telling the court she did it for the thrill of it.

      • Thursday 3 Jan

      16C Psychopaths usually operate alone, but Professor David Wilson takes a chilling look at the rare phenomenon of two psychopaths working together. School friends John Duffy and David Mulcahy committed a four year rape and murder spree across London during the 1980s.

      • Thursday 3 Jan

      16C Professor Wilson travels to Wichita, Kansas to dissect how local man Dennis Rader murdered ten people between 1974 and 1991. Rader taunted the police, sending them clues about his crimes. He signed himself "BTK" which stood for Bind, Torture, Kill.

      • Thursday 3 Jan

      16C Patrick Mackay was a serial killing psychopath who murdered eleven people in the 1970s. Professor David Wilson uncovers the truth behind one of the UK's most dangerous criminals.

      • Thursday 3 Jan

      16C Professor David Wilson looks at Wales' only known serial killer Peter Moore, a respectable businessman by day, psychopathic killer by night. Moore committed countless violent assaults for over forty years and then murdered four men in 1995. When asked why, Moore replied "for fun".

      • Thursday 3 Jan

      16C Series Final. Steve Wright craved celebrity, and in 2006 he used murder to gain the notoriety he yearned. He killed five sex workers in Ipswich in fifty days. Professor David Wilson takes a closer look at Wright, a psychopath known to all as The Suffolk Strangler.