Tuesday, 17 March 2020
ITV orders documentary Manhunt: The Raoul Moat Story
The impact of Raoul Moat’s murderous rampage across the North East is the focus of a new current affairs documentary commissioned by ITV from MultiStory Media Cymru, part of ITV Studios.
A decade on from the Moat case, the new 60-minute programme explores the police and public reaction to the drama as it unfolded tragically in July 2010.
Fronted by journalist Nicky Campbell, Manhunt: The Raoul Moat Story, which is being produced out of MultiStory Media Cymru’s base in Cardiff, speaks to police officers who led the hunt for Moat, who went on the run after shooting dead his ex-girlfriend’s new lover Chris Brown, and severely wounding her.
Containing exclusive new interviews with family members, witnesses and journalists who covered the hunt as it unfolded, the programme seeks to piece together the tragic events which gripped the nation and ultimately led to Moat shooting himself dead while surrounded by armed police.
Using new and rare archive footage and stills, this 60-minute documentary which airs in Summer 2020 explores the consequences for those caught up in the violent and tragic events to provide a vivid insight into Moat’s mindset, and to get the inside track on how he was finally found.
Executive Producer for MultiStory Media, Mike Blair says:
“This documentary is the latest in a line of programmes to come out of our base in Cardiff and thanks to the experience and skill of the team there, it will provide a revealing and sensitive insight into a manhunt which gripped the nation - but which had a tragic backstory.”