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Britain's Worst Crimes: Jill Dando (2014)

GRAHAM, Fiona (2014) Britain's Worst Crimes: Jill Dando (2014). Title Role Productions, and Channel 5, Manchester.

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The documentary account of the death of Presenter Jill Dando was developed and investigated using interviews with among others former Police member from BBC One Crimewatch television programme. The first person account aimed to show for the first time this personal testimony for public knowledge.

The aim of the development was to produce a new linear narrative which examined the death of the presenter using police and witness and colleague interviews, archive and drama reconstruction.

The police investigation into the death of the presenter was developed and connections were developed and made with former colleagues at BBC Crimewatch to develop the programme.

The programme was developed by Fiona Graham who is credited as Development Producer on the television programme which was televised on Channel 5 and Sky and directed and produced by SME Title Role Productions.

The information and people interviewed in the development of the digital programme was disseminated to the public on Channel 5 and is presently exhibiting on various online platform for Channel 5 and Sky Crime and Investigation Channel. It is also discussed on online platforms.

The publication and reach is both national and international with Channel 5 audience figures.

Item Type: Other
Faculty: School of Computing and Digital Technologies > Film, Media and Journalism
Depositing User: Fiona GRAHAM
Date Deposited: 30 Aug 2017 12:38
Last Modified: 24 Feb 2023 13:48
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