4/8; series three.
Six-year-old Sam lashes out at his little brother and is rude and aggressive to his parents. With everyone else he behaves beautifully. Why is he so angry with his family? Expert Rachel Morris has some ideas.
Stylish and gripping suspense thriller starring Sigourney Weaver and Holly Hunter.
When a spate of horrific murders hit the San Francisco area, detective MJ Monahan and her partner Ruben Goetz enlist the help of criminal psychologist Dr Helen Hudson. As the deaths continue, Hudson begins to suspect someone is imitating the methods of infamous killers from the past. Uncut. Review page 54.
2/2. The flipside of the rural idyll is explored through stories of the dispossessed. Ben, Robin and Paul - three homeless young men in North Devon - discuss what led to them leaving the family home and the subsequent problems they have faced in finding accommodation.
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