PROFILE OF A KILLER
Before Steve Wright became a serial killer he was abandoned by his mother, left bankrupt by a Thai bride, and made regular use of prostitutes.
Ben Ando looks at his life, with exclusive archive video and insights from a handwriting expert on a letter he wrote from prison.
CCTV FOOTAGE OF WRIGHT
Steve Wright was questioned by detectives for eight hours, and simply responded 'no comment'.
He was asked how his DNA had come to be found on the body of one of the dead women, and told this was his first opportunity to provide an explanation.
INSIDE STEVE WRIGHT'S HOME
As part of the court proceedings the media was given access to Steve Wright's home in London Road, Ipswich.
Reporter James Cook walks through the house describing what he sees. Nothing has been touched since the police completed their investigations.
BROTHER PAYS TRIBUTE TO ANNELI
Anneli Alderton had been popular during her schooldays when she had ambitions of becoming a model before being drawn into a world of drug addiction and prostitution.
Her brother Tom paid tribute to 24-year-old Anneli, mother of a young son, praising her intelligence, sympathy and compassion.
SISTER REMEMBERS PAULA
Paula Clennell had allegedly predicted her own demise by the age of 25, such was the extent of her drug problem, but family members speak of a kind-hearted and loving soul.
Her sister Alice said Paula had always wanted a happy family life, far from the reality in which she had found herself.
RED LIGHT ROUTE
The prosecution at Wright's trial said he had "systematically selected and murdered" all the women over a six-and-a-half-week period.
Ben Geoghegan follows his route from Ipswich's red light district to the places where the bodies were found and finally to Ipswich Crown Court.