Alleged Miscarriages of Justice > Jeremy Bamber and the callous murder of his father, mother, sister and twin nephews. Case effectively CLOSED by CCRC on basis of NO APPEAL REFERRAL.

HBO Max streaming of 'The Murders at WHF'.

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A series of podcasts to accompany the videos ...

‘Examining the case of Jeremy Bamber, who was convicted of murdering both of his parents, his sister and her six-year-old twin sons at the family farmhouse in Essex in August 1985. The programme analyses the events of that fateful night, the subsequent investigation, and what was - and wasn't - presented at the trial of Bamber, asking whether someone else could have killed the family at White House Farm.

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Helen has developed and produced a wide range of series and one-off documentaries at Title Role, which have been successful both in the UK and around the world, with the Crimes That Shook series transmitting in over 150 countries. Some of the recent shows include All Inclusive: Is It Worth It? (Channel 5), Inside British Airways (Channel 5), Paedophile Hunters: The Rise of the Vigilantes (BBC Three), Crimes That Shook Britain (A+E Networks) and Crimes That Shook Australia (Foxtel Networks).

Helen is also an appointed council member on the board of PACT and on the committee of the Royal Television Society North West.



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Episode Two - 'The Family', in which Colin Caffell is interviewed and reveals a little more about the Bambers' Wills.  Turn your adblocker off temporarily if you use one, otherwise the podcast won't play...

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Episode Three - The Evidence.  The first of two interviews with Carol Ann Lee in which she has a dig at the Bamber CT...

Episode 4 - The Police.  With Carol Ann Lee again...

Screenwriter Kris Mrksa next week, but a taster interview here...


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