Mainland officials who are on the run for embezzling at least 1 million yuan have been put on notice - a television programme aims to bring them to justice. The fugitive officials between them are on the run with five billion yuan (HK$4.7 billion). The programme - Ruling China by Law - will be broadcast in 15-minute daily slots and show photographs of two to three suspects in the Government's bid to hunt down at least 3,800 corrupt officials. The programme - which is produced by the Supreme People's Procuratorate - will be aired in most parts of the country from March 1, the Beijing Youth Daily reported. At least 60 local TV channels have signed contracts to air the programme in prime time. The paper said the total amount of money involved was five billion yuan. Police have already issued warrants for their arrests. Producer Liang Yi was quoted as saying only cases that involved more than one million yuan would be selected for the programme. Mr Liang said many corrupt officials were tipped off and able to flee before the police could nab them. He said the authorities also hoped to provide incentives for the public to participate in the anti-corruption campaign. Apart from the section 'Warrants for Corrupt Officials', the programme will inform the public on laws, criminal cases and criminology in general. Viewers will also be able to air their opinions or expose corrupt officials.