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He reminds the audience at the end of every show that the kinds of crime featured are rare, so ‘Don’t have nightmares. Do sleep well’. Just as Jack Warner, the actor who played Dixon, starred in the programme from its inception, Ross, too, has been with Crimewatch since the first broadcast. Like Dixon, his opening remarks (made with his female co-presenter) and ‘afterword’ always ‘frame’ the proceedings, marking both him and the format of the programme as reassuringly constant and familiar. , 1992: 69).
Woolley, 1984: 11). Furthermore, the sense of growing social concern and consciousness of the possible prevalence and impact of crime in Britain was also evidenced in this period by the fact that the first British Crime Survey was carried out in 1981. In England and Wales 11,000 households and another 5,000 in Scotland were included, with a second survey being carried out only in England and Wales in 1984 (Gunter, 1987: 2) just as Crimewatch appeared on British screens for the first time. These surveys aimed to gain a fuller picture of crime than that offered by police statistics alone.
1 (‘Prime Witness’) (1993–6), the French equivalent of Crimewatch, to ‘concern over a possible revival in the French ‘“tradition” of informing, which dated to the period of collaboration’ (1998: 198, see also Dauncey, 1996). Of course, at least some of the information provided by callers to all these programmes leads to arrests. Crimewatch has always been at great pains to stress its ‘clear-up’ rate, since without this legitimising evidence of its value – without being seen to fulfil a tangible ‘public service’ in this way – it would lose its right to claim to be anything more lofty than entertainment.
Aero Shortwave Radio Transmitter