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Crime Stories is an American documentary crime television program that was broadcast on Court TV/TruTV from January 8, 1998 to December 2010. The program was hosted by Bill Courage, and featured the investigation of crimes, including the apprehension of suspects and the subsequent interviewing by police and the trial of the suspects, while exploring the complexities of the American legal system. It additionally featured notorious historic criminals corresponding to Al Capone, Adolf Eichmann, Sam Sheppard, Richard Ramirez and John Wayne Gacy. Born and Bred was a light-weight-hearted British comedy drama sequence that aired on BBC One from 21 April 2002 to three August 2005. Created by Chris Chibnall and Nigel McCrery, Born and Bred’s forged was led by James Bolam and Michael French, who play a father and son who run a cottage hospital in Ormston, a fictional Lancashire village within the Fifties. Bolam and French’s characters are later changed by characters performed by Richard Wilson and Oliver Milburn.
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Kristoffer Nyholm, who rose to fame after the vastly popular Danish sequence, The Killing, directed the new three-parter. The collection is predicated on Guy Lyon Playfair’s book, This House Is Haunted and is a few collection of weird events around the phenomena collectively often known as ‘The Enfield Poltergeist’ that happened at a council house from August 1977 to 1979. The drama draws upon recordings and witness statements to attract the viewers in to the unfolding supernatural occasions. The series finished on 17 May 2015 after the third and final episode aired. Cradle to Grave is a British sitcom set around the life of Danny Baker.