Lord Bracadale sentenced David Gilroy to 18 years in prison for the murder of Suzanne Pilley. This was the first sentence in a British court to be filmed by TV cameras.
Lord Bracadale told Gilroy: "With quite chilling calmness and calculation you...successfully disposed of the body."
He added: "I hope a day will come in your life when you feel able to disclose [where Suzanne Pilley's body is hidden] and that might bring some comfort to her bereft family."
Our appetite for pictures of the guilty may not be satisfied by footage of a High Court judge speaking measured words.
From Amanda Knox to OJ Simpson we have become used to seeing foreign trials on TV - now the UK is beginning to allow cameras in courts
The sentencing of a man convicted of murdering a woman whose body has never been found has been recorded for television in a legal first.