It was the first True Crime Newsquest series produced with the help of award-winning investigative journalist Mark Williams-Thomas, exposing Jimmy Saville opposite Jimmy Saville.
The series revisits the most shocking incidents across Britain using a wide variety of content, from documentaries to podcasts, crime scene photos and interactive maps.
It is currently broadcast and published on Newsquest’s leading news website 66.
True Crime Newsquest – The Unsolved Murder of Claudia Lawrence
Today, the True Crime Newsquest “Unsolved” program started. This is the publisher’s new special project presented by her editor, Jody Doherty-Cove.
It focuses on the case of 35-year-old Claudia Lawrence, who disappeared in March 2009.
Several people have been arrested, but no one has been charged with her murder, and her body has never been found.
To celebrate the launch, Mark Williams-Thomas will be hosting a special live Q&A on TikTok today at 5:30pm.
Williams-Thomas said of the new Claudia Lawrence investigation: In addition, we present some very interesting information about Claudia’s phone records. ”
Watch the new True Crime Newsquest Claudia Lawrence documentary here.
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The True Crime Newsquest series will be expanded into three distinct content areas. Resolved When unsolved case and do not have Man.
- Resolved provides an in-depth overview of major UK cases, from the first breaking news stories in the community to large-scale trials, featuring unique insights from the reporters and editors who were at the heart of the story.
- unsolved Featuring exclusive interviews, unearthed evidence or in-depth investigations, delving into the complex crime stories that have puzzled detectives, aiming to provide viewers with unparalleled coverage of puzzling cases across Britain. increase.
- do not have Help raise public awareness to find more information for missing and grieving families across Britain.
Williams-Thomas will be responsible for content across all three strands, along with Special Projects Editor Jody Doherty Cove.
A former detective recently completed a massive investigation into unsolved murders, establishing that there are 2,617 such cases across the UK. The real figure, he believes, is more than 3,000 because police have not converted all paper files to computers and many missing person cases are actually homicides.
The first case to remain unsolved was the murder of John Bianchi recorded by Northumbria police in 1919.
In addition to Resolved, unsolvedWhen do not have Also available on True Crime Newsquest’s YouTube channel and all other social media platforms, Williams-Thomas will also be launching a weekly CrimeBeat featuring 90-second stories from Newsquest reporters.