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Babes in the Wood ITV, 9pm THIS documentary isn't an easy watch, as it's centred on the harrowing case of two nine-year-old schoolgirls who were murdered - and how it took more than 30 years to bring their killer to justice.

Karen Hadaway and Nicola Fellows went missing in Brighton in 1986, before their bodies were found in a nearby park.

Presented by Sir Trevor McDonald, this tells the story through first hand testimonies of Nicola's parents, and police officers involved in the case. The girls' killer, Russell Bishop, was arrested and charged, but the prosecution case collapsed and he was acquitted.

In 1990 Bishop struck again, and was imprisoned for the kidnap, assault and attempted murder of a seven-year-old girl.

Then in 2018, thanks to advances in DNA testing and compelling new evidence, police were able to repeal the double jeopardy rule meaning Bishop was re-tried and finally charged for all his Flack W, 10pm IT'S the last in what has been a brilliant first series of this edgy drama set in the world of PR, starring Anna Paquin. Robyn's firm is managing one of the biggest celeb events going - a footballer's wedding.

Just a shame this particular Premiership star happens to be secretly gay, as we learn when she has to liberate him from a sex club the night before the nuptials.

While the groom is busy playing it straight, his cash-strapped colleague agrees to come out as gay (even though he's not) with Robyn orchestrating the PR campaign.

Her personal and professional worlds collide, as football-mad boyfriend Sam comes to the wedding, initially thrilled to be up close and personal with his heroes.

But when he sees the real Robyn at work - then catches her letting her hair and more down with Eve's boyfriend Tom - it looks like everything's about to come crashing down.

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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Mar 28, 2019
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