Beyond Reasonable Doubt: Britain’s Rape Crisis: when is BBC documentary on TV, and what is it about?
The BBC One show looks at why only 1% of reported rapes in England Wales end with a conviction.
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Panorama follows five people on their journey through the criminal justice system as their rape cases are investigated.
The documentary series investigates the truth about stories that matter to the world.
Its next episode, is called Beyond Reasonable Doubt: Britain’s Rape Crisis, and airs on Monday (28 March).
Here’s everything you need to know about the BBC’s current affairs series and Monday’s episode.
Where and when can I watch Beyond Reasonable Doubt: Britain’s Rape Crisis?
Beyond Reasonable Doubt: Britain’s Rape Crisis airs on BBC One at 9pm on Monday 28 March.
The investigative documentary will also broadcast on BBC Two at 12.25am on Saturday 2 April.
The episode will be available on BBC iPlayer shortly after broadcast.
The on demand service also has previous episodes of Panorama, including Ukraine’s Resistance: Standing Up to Putin and Why Aren’t We Vaccinating the World?
What is Beyond Reasonable Doubt: Britain’s Rape Crisis about?
Panorama looks at rape cases being investigated by Derbyshire Police to find out why only 1% of reported rapes in England and Wales end with a conviction.
The filming took place over the course of more than 18 months and follows five people, who have reported rape on their journey through the criminal justice system.
It also follows the detectives at Derbyshire Police who are investigating these cases.
The episode includes ‘Sam’, who says she was raped by a stranger after a night out.
It also features the case of two sisters who say they were repeatedly raped by their father as children and whose case has already been turned down by the Crown Prosecution Service.
What other stories has Panorama investigated?
Ukraine’s Resistance: Standing Up to Putin - Reporter Paul Kenyon is on the frontline in southern Ukraine, as he finds out if the country can hold on and repel President Putin’s forces.
The episode features exclusive footage from inside nearby Kherson, which has already fallen into Russian hands.
Why Aren’t We Vaccinating the World? - Reporter Bronagh Munro investigates why the vaccine roll out is failing, why vaccines aren’t being shared more fairly and if governments or big drug companies could do more to help poorer countries.
Manchester Arena Bombing: Saffie’s Story - Panorama features the parents of the youngest victim of the Manchester Arena bombing as they investigate whether the bomber could have been stopped and whether their daughter could have survived her injuries.
A Cow’s Life: The True Cost of Milk? - Reporter Daniel Foggo speaks to farmers and vets, as Panorama investigates dairy farming and animal welfare, based on keeping milk prices low. The episode contains upsetting scenes with some disturbing undercover footage of animal abuse.