Crimewatch Roadshow helps those who have been affected by crime fight back.
The programme broadcasts live, with former detective Rav Wilding in the studio with CCTV footage of criminals caught on camera, Wanted faces and dramatic reconstructions of everyday crime that can affect us all.
Miriam O'Reilly reported from a different area of the country every week, beginning in North West England, followed by the East Midlands, the East of England and finally ending in Gloucestershire and South Wales.
Rav joined Crimewatch in 2004 and worked for the Metropolitan Police force for eight years before leaving in February 2008. He joined the Met in 2000 after four years in the army.
His last police position was Detective Constable for the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) in south London, having previously spent time in the Met's Project Sapphire, dealing with serious sexual assaults, and the burglary squad in Peckham.
Outside work, Rav loves the gym and rugby. Although, much to the relief of Crimewatch's make-up team, he doesn't play rugby too often these days.
Miriam left school at 17 to train as a journalist on regional newspapers, covering everything from Women's Insitute (WI) meetings to crime and court trials.
She started working for the BBC in 1982 as a News Producer at Radio WM. Three years later she joined Midlands Today as a journalist and presenter.
Since then she has reported for the BBC from around the world and presented programmes such as Countryfile, Woman's Hour and Costing the Earth.
Outside work Miriam enjoys walking, expanding her culinary skills and learning to dance the Argentine tango.
On working with the victims of crime, Miriam says: "Although many of them have been through a terrible time, the majority say they are not going to let the criminals win..."
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