What happens when a community is changed by immigration?
An undercover investigation reveals life behind bars in Britain's prison system.
Sophie Hutchinson investigates the troubled state of NHS mental health services.
The mystery of an elderly American man who was found lost on the streets of Hereford.
Panorama investigates whether the new ban on legal highs is working.
Panorama reports on Russia's role in Donald Trump's election victory.
Jane Corbin looks at the security failings that led up to the 2015 Tunisian terror attack.
John Simpson looks back over his 50-year career as a BBC foreign correspondent.
Peter Taylor investigates the escalation of the use of lone jihadis by IS.
Reporter Deborah Cohen investigates expensive add-ons sold at some fertility clinics.
Panorama goes undercover in two nursing homes and finds evidence of cruelty and neglect.
Hilary Andersson meets Americans who feel disillusioned by the electoral process.
If British railways are as successful as claimed, why are so many passengers dissatisfied?
Investigating the secret network of shady middlemen who helped sell Rolls-Royce products.
Panorama goes undercover to find the sweatshops making clothes for the British high street
How has America's democracy come to face such unpopular choices for the presidency?
The deals and business practices that made Philip Green rich while BHS fell on hard times.
An investigation into a growing health epidemic in Britain.
Five citizen journalists in East Aleppo document life under siege.
John Pienaar asks if Labour is on the brink of self-destruction.
Wendy Bendel investigates what makes fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs) so addictive.
Richard Bilton uncovers the truth about Sellafield.
Richard Bilton investigates the impact of six years of austerity measures on Selby.
BBC reporter Rupert Wingfield-Hayes discusses his time in North Korea.
Darragh MacIntyre looks at the problem of young people going missing in Britain.
Panorama visits a divided town in California to examine differing views on Donald Trump.
Fiona Phillips discovers how the offer of a pension review can lead to financial ruin.
Adrian Chiles goes home to the West Midlands to meet Leave voters.
As the verdict from the Iraq Inquiry approaches, Jane Corbin returns to southern Iraq.
Panorama tells the story of the Orlando massacre from the people who were there.