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Investigating heritage crime across the North. The fraudster who convinced Big Brother celebs to take part in a non-existent show. And the artistic talent of Stuart Sutcliffe.

Jacey Normand looks at heritage crime across the North and reports on how late night revellers are destroying Chester's ancient walkways while thieves have targetted the Bronte church in Haworth. Alastair McKee investigates the fraudster who convinced Big Brother celebrities from Cheshire to take part in a non-existent reality show. And we look back at the artistic talent of the 'fifth Beatle' Stuart Sutcliffe, who first met John Lennon when they were both art students in Liverpool.

29 minutes

Last on

Mon 12 Nov 2012 19:30

Reality TV celebrities targeted by conman

Reality TV celebrities targeted by conman

Reality TV celebrities have been targeted by a notorious Bristol conman looking to convince investors he is a successful media producer.

 

Watch a video feature on the BBC News website.

Selva Carmichael targets reality TV stars

Selva Carmichael targets reality TV stars

Selva Carmichael filmed with Big Brother stars Mario Marconi and Lisa Appleton for a show that never aired and posed as the manager of The X Factor singer Chico.

 

Read the full story on the BBC News website.

Heritage crime in Chester

Heritage crime in Chester

Heritage crime is causing growing concern in Chester where businesses are complaining about the impact of late night drinkers urinating on historic buildings.

 

Watch a video feature on the BBC News website.

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Tony Livesey
Reporter Jacey Normand
Reporter Alastair McKee
Series Editor Deborah Van Bishop

Broadcast

  • Mon 12 Nov 2012 19:30