TV tonight: the motivations of Britain’s longest-serving murderer

  • The Guardian - TV News
John Massey undergoes genetic and psychological examination; Nigel Farage answers questions from Ranvir Singh. Plus: Gino’s Italian Express

Is it nature or nurture that makes people kill? This is the somewhat fantastical question posed in this three-parter, examining the motivations of Britain’s longest-serving murderer, John Massey. Massey is subjected to genetic and psychological examination by experts to see what exactly drove him to kill a nightclub bouncer in 1975. It is humanising in parts – especially when Massey confronts his childhood – yet the biological tests can be objectifying in their search for a definitive answer. Ammar Kalia
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