'There was another big docudrama last week, Murder in the Outback (Sunday, ITV1), about the murder of Peter Falconio and the tribulations of his travelling companion, Joanne Lees. This episodic whodunnit courtroom drama had only one tiny fault - we all knew how it was going to end. It's really difficult to maintain the suspense when they send the jury out and do that nail-biting, pacing and muttering stuff when it was all over the papers four years ago. Did they think we'd all get artistic amnesia? As far as I could tell, the whole point of the programme was to show us Australians being very stupid indeed. What confirms that they are probably all two dingoes short of a creche is that they co-produced this drama about how stupid they are. The whole thing could have been made by the New Zealand tourist board'
- A A Gill TV review, Sunday Times, 15 April 2007