Andrea Byrne’s Crime File this week is the murder of Ffion Wyn Roberts, the 22 year old girl who was killed after a night out in Porthmadog. But how did police find her murderer? And six years after her death, her family speak out about the case.
This week on Crime Files - the remarkable case of the chorus girl whose body was found in the Gower forty years after she was killed. And Andrea Byrne reveals the gruesome details of the butcher who dismembered a woman’s body before hiding parts in an underground drain.
The murder of Pontypridd woman Tracey Woodford will be featured tonight on ITV Cymru Wales’ new series Crime Files.Read the full story ›
In a new series, Andrea Byrne investigates how police solved some of Wales’ worst crimes.
The first Crime File is the case of the ‘Saturday Night Strangler’ - the man who killed three young girls in the 1970s. But decades later - how did police find the killer?
Despite his incredible performances, Tommy Cooper was a private man and interviews with him are very rare.Read the full story ›
The case of the “Saturday Night Strangler”, the killer of three teenage girls in the 1970s, will be the subject of ITV Wales’ new series.Read the full story ›
How police solved some of Wales’ worst crimes is the subject of a new ITV Cymru Wales series starting on Tuesday, 30th August at 9pm.Read the full story ›
This year sees major changes to the ITV Welsh Politician of the Year Awards, the highlight of the political calendar in Wales,Read the full story ›
It was a bit of surprise for these commuters back in the 60s when they spotted these elephants getting off a train at Cardiff.
These days circuses aren't as popular as they were when this footage was shot, but back in the 60s, companies like this arriving were the talk of the town.