New Series Assume Nothing: Femicide – Eight Steps To Stop A Murder coming to BBC Radio Ulster

The series examines eight real-life cases of murder, and asks whether recognising a pattern of behaviour could save lives

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Presented by actor Amybeth McNulty, a new eight-part series investigates why women continue to be murdered and what can be done to prevent it.

Professor Jane Monckton Smith guides us through the ‘homicide timeline’; the pattern of behaviour she has identified in domestic homicides that, if spotted early enough, could help vulnerable and at-risk women keep themselves safe.

From the multi award-winning team behind Assume Nothing: Rape Trial, the series examines eight real-life cases of murder, and asks whether recognising a pattern of behaviour could save lives.

Assume Nothing: Femicide – Eight Steps To Stop A Murder is available now on BBC Sounds. The eight-part series will also be broadcast weekly on BBC Radio Ulster from Thursday 21 March at 9pm.

March 21, 2024 6:25am ET by Newsdesk  

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