Catching History's Criminals: The Forensics Story
Catching History's Criminals: The Forensics Story is a three-part BBC documentary series hosted by surgeon Gabriel Weston, exploring the history and development of forensic science. Sherlock has his mind palace, Morse his music - every detective has an edge. For most, it's forensic science. This series provides a rare and fascinating insight into the secret history of catching murderers, charting two centuries of the breakthroughs that have changed the course of justice. Surgeon and writer Gabriel Weston explores this rich history through some of the most absorbing, and often gruesome, stories in the forensic casebook - and looks ahead to how forensics will continue to solve the murders of the future.
|Episode 1 - A Question of Identity|
Episode 1 - A Question of Identity
The first episode looks at the difficulty of identifying the body in a murder case. The question of identity is a crucial start to the investigation.
Episode 2 - Traces of Guilt
There will always be those who think they can commit the perfect murder. In reality it's virtually impossible to leave no evidence at the scene of a crime. Fingerprints, hair, fibres and blood can all lead to the killer.
Episode 3 - Instruments of Murder
Where there's a murder there's usually a weapon. It's a key piece of evidence that can hold all the clues needed to catch the killer and shine a light into the mind of the murderer.
|Forensic Science - wikipedia
Forensic science is the application of science to criminal and civil laws, mainly - on the criminal side - during criminal investigation, as governed by the legal standards of admissible evidence and criminal procedure.
This is a collection of eBooks and documentary films about Sherlock Holmes, a fictional detective created by Scottish author and physician Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
|The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1984 TV Series)
This is the name given to the TV series of Sherlock Holmes adaptations produced by British television company Granada Television between 1984 and 1994.
|History Cold Case
This is a BBC documentary series narrated by Laurence Fox, seeing skeletons of everyday people from across the ages analysed in staggering detail.
A series of public lectures which show that keen detective work is still essential for 21st Century doctors. Inspired by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the lectures highlight the University of Edinburgh's acclaimed medical research.