In 2008, BBC cameras filmed two Swedish sisters throwing themselves into traffic on the M6. When it was shown on BBC One, nearly 7 million viewers were glued to their screens, and millions more watched it later on YouTube. The…

Phil Spector Produced a Murder

An actress turns up dead at the home of Phil Spector and the lengendary music producer is charged with murder. Crime writer Aphrodite Jones uncovers videotape that Spector hoped would clear his name, but instead is a damning self-portrait.


A documentary about Henry Hill, a former New York gangster, whose life the film “Goodfellas” is based on.

The Real Dog Day Afternoon: Bank Robbery in New York City

The actual original broadcast of the strange but true bank robbery in Brooklyn, New York in August of 1972 which was later made into the legendary and classic 1975 film starring Al Pacino, Dog Day Afternoon. Harry Reasoner recounts the…

Bombing At Harvey’s Casino in 1980

Retired Special Agent Chris Ronay describes the FBI’s role in the investigation of an “undefeatable” 1,000-pound bomb at Harveys Lake Tahoe casino in 1980. It was planted by John Birges, who owned a bankrupt business and had lost money gambling…
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