"Probably one of the major differences between the detective of today and yesteryear is a flask of brandy.
Mr Wright said: "It was a very exciting project and it will be my first time on national television.
Mr Wright said: "Arthur Conan Doyle, who wrote the Sherlock Holmes stories and was Nike Lebron Soldier 9 a bit of a sleuth himself, also questioned the process of examining crime scenes in different ways to look for clues.
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extremely popular thanks to programmes like CSI. He added: "On the whole, programmes like CSI are fairly realistic. The only thing that is misleading is the speed at which cases are solved.
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Mr Wright said that Victorian police mainly used visual means to detect crimes.
"The bodies could have been examined for fingerprints and trace evidence such as hair and fibres from the assailant and the wounds would reveal the type of weapon involved.
Mr Wright and Dr Turner were selected for the programme after researchers visited universities in the Midlands looking for experts.
"But the Victorian police would just be looking for obvious visual clues such as searching the streets for a suspect covered in blood.
"I also became the adviser on forensic science for the programme, as well as an academic expert, because of my strong interest in historical forensic science. I took part in the analysis of blood detection and scenes of crime activities for the show."
always took one with them when they were out on a case, just to drink something that would be frowned on today."
"But then again, it's probably the mystery of the Ripper murders that make them have such a fascination for most people and solving them would have spoilt the mystique."
"Locard came up with the theory that every contact leaves a trace and raised the possibility of a murderer transferring trace evidence such as hair and fingerprints to his victim."
Mr Wright said Matthew Kelly was a consummate professional. The academic pair were involved in filming for two days at the university and a day in London.
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