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24 Hours in Police Custody review: This is what true-crime TV at its best looks like

Five out of five stars

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Rikki Neave, who was murdered aged six in 1994

Rikki Neave, who was murdered aged six in 1994

Ruth Neave, who was wrongly accused of her son Rikki's murder, as she is today

Ruth Neave, who was wrongly accused of her son Rikki's murder, as she is today

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Rikki Neave, who was murdered aged six in 1994

IN a television landscape littered with dubious and overblown true-crime documentaries, Channel 4’s 24 Hours in Police Custody has been a beacon of quality since it began in 2014.

Now in its 12th season, it’s remained fresh and compelling by deviating from the original “it does exactly what it says on the tin” format and venturing into more expansive storytelling.


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