Various TV Investigations & Book (Published August 2019)
In this gripping and unflinching book, Mark reveals how he has pieced together these complex cases. Through tireless research and perseverance, Mark takes us on a journey of discovery gathering and pursuing new evidence, earning the trust of silent witnesses and sharing the personal toll this extraordinary job takes on him.
Mark's story is a relentless and inspiring one; it is the story of a life dedicated to justice
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Oscar Pistorius : The Interview
Pistorius gives his account to ITV Investigative Reporter Mark Williams-Thomas of what happened the night he killed his girlfriend and is questioned about key details of the prosecution case which resulted in his conviction.
On The Run
ITV Investigative Reporter Mark Williams-Thomas goes after criminals on the run from the police .
Max Clifford : The Lies
An Exclusive report by Investigative Reporter Mark Williams-Thomas for Channel 4 News : The woman who sparked the investigation into Max Clifford's sexual abuse against teenage girls has broken her silence for the first time since he was jailed for eight years.
Special Investigation - Prisons
Exclusive investigation by Mark Williams-Thomas into the security in British jails - which is a major issue - to the extent that one convicted murderer is driving prisoners unsupervised from a prison to appointments and work .
Police Access - Child Protection Unit
Investigative reporter Mark Williams-Thomas is given unique access to Hertfordshire Constabulary and Local Authority joint Child Protection Investigation Team and its investigations into neglect and child abuse.
Child Exploitation - Brazil
The World Cup (2014) in Brazil a festival of colour. But the country has a darker side of drug addiction and child exploitation, as Mark Williams-Thomas reports exclusively from Recife.
Investigative Reporter Mark Williams-Thomas travels to Germany to track down and confront a priest ,who groomed a covert internet officer, who he thought was a teenage child.
Mark Williams-Thomas reports for ITV This Morning from Kos in Greece . His mini investigation is focused on the issue of the human traffickers. The 'Mr Big's' who are making millions.
Found guilty in October 1986 of the murders of his parents, his sister and her six-year-old twin sons at his parents' farmhouse in Essex. But was Bamber really guilty, Investigative Reporter Mark Williams-Thomas reveals challenging evidence .
Investigative Reporter Mark Williams-Thomas travels to Interpol HQ in Lyon, to see how they go about tracing contact child abusers through child abuse images. (contains upsetting scenes)