David Whiteley investigates how one of Britain's most wanted men was tracked down after being suspected of murdering a Northamptonshire family.
We visit the animal shows that campaigners want shut down and tell the story of the man who inspired Chariots of Fire.
Reptile traders under scrutiny
There are around one million pet reptiles and amphibians in the UK.
But reptile traders have come under increasing scrutiny from animal campaigners who want to shut down animal shows and stop reptiles being traded as pets.
Watch a video feature on the BBC News website.
Ding family murders suspect Anxiang Du 'slept rough'
An Inside Out investigation has found that a man arrested over the murders of a Northampton family had been sleeping rough in Morocco for more than a year.
Read the full news story on the BBC News website.
Ding family murders
Jifeng Ding, his wife Helen, and their two daughters 18-year-old Nancy and Alice, 12, were all stabbed to death at their home in April 2011.
Watch a video feature about the story on the BBC News website.
|Series Editor||Diana Hare|