The BBC Four programme will follow the chilling story of the family GP, dubbed 'Doctor Death
', who was convicted of killing 15 of his patients in January 2000.
Or Doctor Death
, you get called that sort of thing as well.
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HAROLD SHIPMAN: DOCTOR DEATH
ITV, 9PM IT has been 20 years since the arrest of Harold Shipman, Britain's biggest serial killer.
Dr Harold Shipman HAROLD SHIPMAN: DOCTOR DEATH
ITV, 9pm IT has been 20 years since the arrest of Harold Shipman, Britain's biggest serial killer.
Sandra speaks for the first time on TV in newITVdocumentary Harold Shipman: Doctor Death
on the 20th anniversary of the serial killer's death.
Harold Shipman: Doctor Death
ITV, 9pm According to former Greater Manchester Police detective Sally Reid, when she first began investigating Harold Shipman, she was met with aggression from the families of some of his former patients, who believed that the doctor had done a "fabulous job" with their parents.
Until she does, this holistic doctor death
series is simply a listing of holistic doctors who coincidentally died --nothing more.
Philip Nitschke has again courted controversy, saying he sees many people now "who want to die for social reasons".
Their target: original Expendables member Doctor Death
(Wesley Snipes), who has been off the grid for several years.
Expendables 3 follows the team led by Barney Ross (Sylvester Stallone) and consisting of Lee Christmas (Jason Statham), Gunnar Jensen (Dolph Lundgren) and Toll Road (Randy Couture) as they extract former member, Doctor Death
(Wesley Snipes) who is also a knife specialist, from military imprisonment during his transfer on a train.
After a spectacular opening sequence which sees the group break out a former Expendable, Doctor Death
(Wesley Snipes) from an armoured train in a breathless pre-credits scene reminiscent of a James Bond movie, the team head to Somalia to intercept a shipment of bombs being delivered to a local warlord.However, it turns out that the arms dealer is, in fact, the co-founder of the Expendables, Conrad Stonebanks (Mel Gibson), who went rogue years ago and ditched Barney 'as it's much easier to make money when you're the bad guy and not bound by morality'.