Patricia Cornwell discusses her life and her career as a crime writer.
Jim Al-Khalili talks to the forensic scientist Angela Gallop.
In this edition of a series of programmes on justice, Harry Potter examines deterrence.
Can computer algorithms predict and even prevent future crime?
Aleks Krotoski on how social media is being used as a character witness to convict.
Are some of the UK's biggest corporate fraudsters now practically immune from prosecution?
Who will be on top in the world of future crime - the cops or the criminals?
Is forensic evidence becoming increasingly unreliable? Linda Geddes investigates.
Are specialist forensic techniques used to catch killers and paedophiles under threat?
The dramatic story of one woman's escape from a life blighted by gang culture.
Chris Ledgard visits New York to explore the origins of zero tolerance policing.
Are failings in forensic science leading to more miscarriages of justice?
Hannah Barnes investigates the state of the forensic science industry in the UK.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Prof Michael Sandel is in India to discuss the philosophy of violence.
Forensic chemist Niamh Nic Daeid talks about investigating fires and analysing legal highs
A harrowing account of how Lisa Skidmore was raped and murdered by a serial sex attacker
Should women suspected of making false accusations of rape be prosecuted?
Dr Nina Burrowes asks whether we should scrap the use of juries in rape trials.
Winnie M Li talks about her traumatic experience as a survivor of sexual violence.
The teams are given just one day to find ways to stop criminals reoffending.
Former gang member Simeon Moore examines links between urban art forms and knife violence.
Jim Al-Khalili talks to forensic scientist Sue Black about identifying human bodies.
April de Angelis explores the depiction of sexual violence in feminist theatre.
The trail of Lorena Bobbitt and the legal definition of insanity.