If one is Interested in True Crime, check out Virgin Media Player ‘dedicated true crime content hub for viewers’.

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Virgin Media Player launches dedicated true crime content hub for viewers

4th October 2021

All the true crime you can stomach, all in one place.

Virgin Media has officially launched an exclusive true crime portal on its digital player, compiling a collection of original programming including documentaries and in-depth interviews.

Viewers will have the chance to catch up on some recent shows that aired on Virgin Media’s various channels, including Ian Bailey’s headline-generating sit-down interview in mid-September.

Brand new content will also feature, with four-part series Ireland’s Unidentified Bodies making its player-exclusive debut today – Monday, 4 October.

Ireland's Unidentified Bodies

“It is unknown exactly how many unidentified remains lie in mortuaries, forensic labs and graveyards across Ireland,” notes a teaser for the show.

“These are bodies or bones that have been found on beaches, in fishermen’s nets, in rivers and woodland. And no one knows who they are. We hear from the families of missing people who had a loved one returned to them and others who have become advocates for these unidentified people.”

Also available on the player – The Murder Files: The Killing of Jason Corbett, Hutch v Kinahan: End Game, Madeline McCann: The Hunt for the Prime Suspect, Fred & Rose West: Reopened, No Body Recovered and several additional investigation-focused programmes.

The section will also add Monday night’s Antisocial Ireland documentary shortly after it airs on Virgin Media One.

All shows are accessible via the Virgin Media Player

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