First, put the program down. Then he made the SVT a u-turn, and on Thursday's "Weekly crimes" back in the box.
joined in the studio by a new panel of experts consisting of Johanna Björkman, lawyer and expert in legal evidence, John Franco, the police in Stockholm, and Christoffer Carlsson, kriminolog, and detective fiction.
" When we decided to continue with the "Weekly crime", it was pretty obvious to not try to replace Leif GW Persson a straight. He is so unique that it was better to instead create something new, " says Kvartoft.
left the SVT went he not in the tv-retire, but instead took with him programformatet to TV4 and the program "Brottsjournalen". The seasoned profile raised a warning finger against the SVT, and said that a kriminalprogram with more than one expert becomes "messy", but there is nothing that Camilla Kvartoft are worried about.
" It will be a meeting between different professions within the krimvärlden. Here it will sit for a police officer, a lawyer and a kriminolog who will give their different perspectives on the crimes to be taken up in the program. I believe that this will increase awareness even more, " she says.
"this Week's crime" in addition to focusing more on the people behind the crimes, what make some people become criminals and how the worst of crimes can be explained from a forensic psychiatry perspective. A recurring element is therefore the psychiatrist Niklas Långström, which shall analyze some of the worst villains in the Swedish films.
the New "Weekly crime" may premiere of BBC1 on 10 January.
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