THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS
|Penalty miss - some speeding drivers are trading penalty
Inside Out investigates drivers who illegally trade
speeding penalty points, uncovers fresh evidence in an unexplained wartime murder
mystery, and meets the storm chaser who believes Birmingham got off lightly in
a recent tornado.
More than 50,000
motorists a year are caught on camera speeding in the West Midlands.
|Police are trying to defeat the dodgers|
some desperate drivers are illegally trading their penalty points to save their
We meet those motorists who are prepared to pay friends or relatives
to shoulder the blame and take the points.
And we ask police what they are
doing to defeat the dodgers.
Who put Bella in
|Murder mystery - but who is the woman in the woodland?|
It is a question still being asked in the Stourbridge area more than
60 years after the body of a woman was found in woodland by three young friends.
have been whispers of witchcraft and rumours of wartime espionage, but the question
remains unanswered - who was Bella, and who killed her?
Inside Out uncovers
fresh evidence in a murder mystery that has baffled generations.
A tornado which recently struck at the heart of Birmingham surprised
and terrified residents in the city.
|Terrifying tornado - the aftermath of the Birmingham hit|
Ferocious winds picked up cars, tore down trees and ripped roofs apart,
causing several injuries and millions of pounds worth of damage.
man who has studied tornadoes for more than 10 years believes the city got off
lightly, and says the worst is still to come.
Weather presenter Shefali
Oza caught up with storm chaser Mark Humpage to find out more and met a
92-year-old Birmingham woman who has seen it all before.