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Episodes

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Episode 1

Episode 1

In 1951, 54-year-old Beatrice Rimmer was murdered in Liverpool. At the time, two men were sentenced to death in a rare double execution - were they really the killers?

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Episode 2

Episode 2

In Newcastle, 1910, John Nisbet was carrying workers' wages on a train. He was brutally murdered and key witnesses led police to a bookmaker - was he really the killer?

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Episode 3

Episode 3

Experts re-examine historical British murder cases and the people who were sentenced to death. Is there a case for a posthumous pardon, or were they rightly convicted?

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Episode 4

Episode 4

Experts re-examine historical British murder cases and the people who were sentenced to death. Is there a case for a posthumous pardon, or were they rightly convicted?

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Episode 5

Episode 5

In Essex, 1922, Edith Thompson's husband, Percy, was stabbed in the street. Both Edith and her boyfriend, Frederick Bywaters, were sentenced to death - did she do it?

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Episode 6

Episode 6

In Oxford, 1931, widow Annie Louisa Kempson was brutally murdered in her own home. Henry Seymour was executed for the crime, but his grandson believes he was innocent.

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Episode 7

Episode 7

In 1900, the body of a woman was found on Great Yarmouth beach. After identifying the woman as Mary Jane Bennett, police blamed her husband, Herbert, for the murder.

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Episode 8

Episode 8

Two of Britain's leading barristers re-examine the murder of Frances Levin in Manchester, 1933. William Burtoft was hanged for her murder, but his family believe he's innocent.