It follows the trial of Nat Fraser who stands accused of murdering his wife Arlene. But it’s a complex affair; for a start there’s no body and no murder weapon. There are also several witnesses whose testimony raises doubts about everything we’ve heard. Ultimately though, it’s the authenticity that is so striking. Expect real police footage, real crime exhibits, real squirming witnesses and real lives up for grabs. There may be ethical questions to answer about whether this material is really suitable for primetime entertainment purposes. But it’s hard to deny its fascination.
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