Quest Red launches today on Freeview channel 38, think of it as the home of “Irresistibly Real TV”. Take Quest, the channel where fact is bigger than fiction, add a dash of red, the colour that stirs emotion and together you get Quest Red. It’s an escape into real-life entertainment that’s open to all. With programmes spanning real lives, real crime, and heart-warming real stories. Don’t forget to retune to make sure your channels are up to date. Get a taste with the trailer below: March Highlights Jo Frost: Nanny On Tour Wednesdays from 15 March at 9pm Having helped parents in need across the globe, Supernanny Jo Frost is now on a mission to save America’s families one community at a time. Jo Frost: Nanny on Tour sees the world-renowned child expert travel to a new city each week to work with a family in need of her no-nonsense and caring approach to child-rearing. Before she arrives, Jo will monitor each family using surveillance cameras from her mobile office to pinpoint the child-related challenges, before entering the homes to restore the family balance. From terrible twos and refusing to sleep to enforcing house laws, Jo gives the parents – and the surrounding communities – the practical tools they need to maintain a home sweet home.“I’m very passionate.” says Jo. “I want to be able to help the families. I want them to feel good in their journey.” Join Jo on her journey across America this March on Quest Red. Vogue Williams Investigates Wednesdays from 15 March at 10pm What lengths will people go to be ‘body beautiful’? That’s just one of the questions Vogue Williams poses in this fascinating series of Vogue Williams Investigates tackling everything from online trolling to extreme fitness. Each special tackles a different issue affecting her own Millennial Generation, starting with the story of Jack, a 26-year-old transman reaching the later stages of his transition as he deals with changes to his body triggered by testosterone treatment whilst preparing for his first major surgery -a hysterectomy. Her investigation into over-exercising and steroid abuse sees Vogue challenge herself to compete in the ‘Bikini Athletics’ category of one of Europe’s fiercest body fitness competitions – but can she reach the required level of just 8% body fat? Finally, Vogue shines a light on the real-world impact of online bullying, grooming, phishing, cat-fishing and scamming. Paranormal Lockdown with Nick Groff Thursdays from 16 March at 9pm Paranormal Lockdown with Nick Groff sees the world-renowned paranormal investigator join forces with paranormal expert Katrina Weidman to spend 72 hours confined in America’s most haunted locations. Their goal is simple – capture the most ground-breaking physical evidence of the afterlife and the supernatural on record. Their attempts to communicate with the other side involve state of the art high-resolution cameras and never-before-seen paranormal technology to collect surprising – and spooky – images and sounds. “As I’ve gotten older my 6th sense has definitely kicked in more.” admits Katrina, while Nick reveals that his first face-to-face experience with a female spirit in 2009 changed his perspective of the paranormal: “I’m now on a mission to discover how these spirits can manifest in specific locations.” But the mission comes with risks: alone, exhausted, mentally broken, they’ll be vulnerable to whatever lies within Paranormal Lockdown with Nick Groff. Martin Kemp’s Detective Saturdays from 18 March at 9pm Every crime leaves clues. It takes a detective to decipher the story they tell. Martin Kemp’s Detective tells the stories of some of the most puzzling murders and how determined detectives never gave up their search to find their killers’ victims. This brand new series highlights that murder isn’t choosy, it can strike anyone and anywhere, from college sweethearts to a millionaire’s wife. Things aren’t always what they seem. Only the most dedicated detectives are able to sift through the complex clues and uncover the reality. Without their hard work, there would be no justice for the victims and those who loved them. Homicide detectives are used to seeing violent crime, but some of these cases have the ability to shock even the most hardened officers. Is OJ Innocent? The Missing Evidence Saturdays from 18 March at 11pm “If it doesn’t fit, you must acquit” – OJ’s defence attorney Johnnie Cochran. When OJ Simpson tried on the infamous bloodied glove in his 1995 court case dubbed the trial of the century, it seemingly didn’t fit and the jury did acquit. Now, twenty-one years later, this show uncovers shocking new evidence to support OJ’s innocence. Since OJ’s highly publicised trial gripped the world, Dallas-based private investigator William C. Dear has gathered critical new evidence to build a new theory: O.J. Simpson is innocent of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. In The Missing Evidence, Dear teams with former LAPD forensic psychologist, Dr. Kris Mohandie, and Rhode Island police Sergeant, Derrick Levasseur, to re-examine the O.J. Simpson case from beginning to end and reveals compelling new information that points the finger, not at OJ, but a new suspect.