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17 September 2014
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How to commit the perfect Murder
Is it possible to use a knowledge of forensic science, not to catch a killer, but to commit a perfect murder?
Can you solve the perfect murder?
Test your own forensic skills to solve a series of murder cases
The CSI effect
How some killers have tried to fool the experts by tampering with the evidence
Vote: Forensics in the courtroom
Do we rely too heavily on forensic science when convicting criminals?
Watch a short version of the programme
Are we Alone in the Universe?
The search for alien life is 50 years old, but a planet has been discovered that could support life.
Prof. Regan's supermarket secrets
Prof. Regan tests the scientific claims of supermarket products
How to live to 101
A few isolated communities seem to hold the secrets to long life.
How to make better decisions
Lifting the lid on the business of human choices in an exclusive guide to making better decisions.
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Waking the Dead
Gather the evidence to arrest the suspect in this cold case game
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