True Pulp Murder ( Sunday, 7pm, CI) is a 30- minute doco series that examines real murder cases from the point of view of detectives who investigated them, with commentary from murder- mystery authors. Told in a noirish style, this is beguiling television. The episodes unfold with the help of a graphic novelist, a sultry redlipped narrator who at times shakes her head at the cruelty of the crimes she is depicting but mostly recounts them in a lustrous tone. Here an alcoholic housewife is found behind a shelter at a neighbouring playing field, her head crushed with a large rock. The cops must deal with a highly erratic husband to find the truth. Cutting Edge: Warlords Next Door ( Tuesday, 8.30pm, SBS) reveals how key politicians at the heart of the vicious fighting in Somalia have close links with Britain, supported by British taxpayers despite their involvement in mass murder, torture, extortion and corruption. Four senior figures are tracked from Leicester and Birmingham to Mogadishu. Filmed over two years Hot Docs: Flipping Out ( Tuesday, 10.05pm, SBS) follows a group of young Israeli travellers just released from compulsory military service as they travel to India. More than 30,000 people do this trip each year, with many taking drugs, leading to psychiatric care for what has become known, even in Hebrew, as flipping out.