|Presented by||Dominic Littlewood (2010-12)
Matt Allwright (2013—)
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||5|
|No. of episodes||65 (+ 3 special episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)||Gerard Melling
|Running time||45 minutes|
|Original channel||BBC One|
|Picture format||576i (PAL)
|Original run||8 March 2010 – present|
Doorstep Crime 999
The programme airs weekdays in a daytime slot, however shortened down repeats are often shown in the primetime evening slot.
The programme covers various aspects of counterfeiting and effects on consumers including dangerous tools, ineffective or dangerous medicines, shoddy goods sold under reputable names, documents used for identity theft.
|Series||Start date||End date||Episodes|
|1||8 March 2010||12 March 2010||5|
|2||16 May 2011||3 June 2011||15|
|3||21 May 2012||8 June 2012||15|
|4||29 April 2013||10 May 2013||10|
|5||28 April 2014||May 2014||20|
- Fake Britain: Bogus Booze Special (18 July 2011) – A one-off programme presented by Dominic Littlewood about counterfeit alcohol.
- Fake Britain: Fake Food Special (3 June 2013) – A one-off programme presented by Matt Allwright about food fraud in the UK. The show was watched by 3.25 million viewers.
- Fake Britain Special: Furniture Inferno (13 January 2014) - A one-off programme presented by Matt Allwright about potentially lethal sofas and mattresses being sold by UK retailers.
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