From Digital Spy. Jeremy Bamber is back in the news thanks to White House Farm on ITV, which recently concluded and handles one of Britain's most high-profile murder cases: that of a family of five shot dead at a farmhouse in the village of Tolleshunt D'Arcy, Essex in 1985.
On the night of August 6th 1985, five people were gunned down and killed on White House Farm. The victims were all related, including parents Nevill and June Bamber, their adoptive daughter Sheila.
White House Farm Revolves around the true story of a fateful night in August 1985 when five members of the same family are murdered at an Essex farmhouse, and the ensuing police investigation and court case that follows.
ITV orders New Pictures murder series. White House Farm is based on a real murder case from 1985. UK commercial broadcaster ITV has commissioned a six-part factual drama based on the real-life murder of a British family in the 1980s. Produced by London-based New Pictures, the prodco behind BBC drama The Missing, White House Farm centres on the murder of Sheila Caffell, her six-year-old twin.
Freddie Fox will be taking on the darkest role of his career to date when he plays murderer Jeremy Bamber in ITV’s powerful new drama White House Farm. On the morning of 7th August 1985, Britain.
On a night in August 1985, Sheila Caffell, her twin six-year-old sons, Daniel and Nicholas, and her parents, Nevill and June Bamber, were all shot dead in their family farmhouse on White House.
White House Farm. White House Farm, a British true crime drama created by Kris Mrksa and co-written with Giula Sandler, has been acquired by HBO Max for North America. The WarnerMedia-owned streaming service will air the six-part series, which centres on the notorious murder of three generations of one family at an isolated English farmhouse in 1985, next year.
The White House Farm murderer's legal team has claimed that newly unearthed evidence undermines his conviction. Jeremy Bamber has spent 33 years in jail for killing his parents Nevill and June.
The brutal murder of a family back in 1985, including two young children, is set to be the focus of a new ITV drama called 'White House Farm', starring Stephen Graham. The six-part drama series written by Kris Meksa and Giula Sandler will focus into the shocking deaths of parents Nevill and June Bamber, their adoptive daughter Sheila Caffell and her two twin sons, Daniel and Nicholas.
The murders made headline news. Sheila Caffell, her twin six-year-old sons, Daniel and Nicholas, and her parents, Nevill and June Bamber, were brutally gunned down. The drama provides fresh insight into this family tragedy and the contested accounts of the events that took place at White House Farm.
Since the tragic White House Farm events took place in the '80s, there have been many campaigns and open conversations about mental health, with a big push from the global Time to Change campaign.
How Jeremy Bamber Still Denies The White House Farm Murders 35 Years On A new ITV series that examines the 1985 murders of five family members at a farm house in Essex airs on January 8.
White House Farm is a part-factual series that dramatises the mass shooting of an entire family in 1985.
White House Farm, the scene of five murders in 1985, has found a rather unexpected use. ITV have always brought viewers fascinating drama series and in the past year, with A Confession also making.
White House Farm is the true-crime series on ITV that dramatises the Jeremy Bamber (played by Freddie Fox) case, who has been convicted of murdering his entire family in a mass shooting at his family home in August 1985. He denies any involvement in the killings. To tell the story of The White House Farm Murders, show writer Kris Mrksa relied on extensive research, interviews and published.Julie Mugford was the woman who secured the conviction of Jeremy Bamber, who murdered five members of his family at White House Farm, near the village of Tolleshunt D’Arcy in Essex in August 1985.ITV crime drama series White House Farm recounts the 1985 real-life murder case which saw the Bamber family slain in their home. The White House Farm murders caused a media frenzy at the time as the police tried to hunt for the killer. The case eventually concluded with Jeremy Bamber (played by Freddie Fox) getting sent to prison for the murders.