The notorious 19th century serial killer Jack the Ripper has never been identified. Between August and November of 1888, five horrifically violent murders took place in Whitechapel area of London. There was a huge manhunt, but the Ripper was never caught. Emilia Fox with Professor David Wilson use the latest technology to uncover new evidence…

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionSpeaking on the plane back from Georgia, Jack Shepherd said he regretted going on the run A man found guilty of killing a woman in a speedboat crash has admitted fleeing before his trial. Jack Shepherd fled before he was convicted of the manslaughter of Charlotte Brown,…

Image caption Jack Shepherd told the BBC he regretted going on the run Jack Shepherd, who was found guilty of killing a woman in a speedboat crash on the River Thames, has left Georgia to complete his extradition to the UK. He fled before the trial which convicted him of the manslaughter of Charlotte Brown….