A look at the companies who make a living from writing your Last Will and Testament.
Tom Heap goes to Battersea Dogs Home to find out why more stray dogs are being picked up.
Joan Bakewell looks at some of the ways Brits are looking to future-proof their old age.
Panorama goes undercover in one of Britain's largest veterinary chains.
Reporter Adam Shaw investigates the current state of Britain's high street banks.
Reporter Raphael Rowe uncovers the fate of Haiti's orphaned and abandoned children.
Panorama reveals the effects that bad teachers are having on the nation's children.
Panorama asks what we really know about our climate and how it will affect us.
Hilary Andersson tells the story of the explosion on BP's Deepwater Horizon oil rig.
John Sweeney explores the battle for the future of Manchester United.
Richard Bilton reports on Derrick Bird's shooting spree in Cumbria on Wednesday 2nd June.
Panorama reveals how the Army is failing in its duty of care to soldiers in Afghanistan.
Reporter Shelley Jofre looks at the fight to save frontline services across the country.
Panorama follows the fortunes of four young people searching for work in Swindon.
Panorama investigates just how overcrowded the UK actually is.
Panorama meets children suffering from preventable conditions due to their lifestyles.
Reporter Jane Corbin investigates the murder of Hamas chief Mahmoud al-Mabhouh.
Paul Kenyon goes undercover as a cocoa trader in West Africa.
Jo Whiley looks at a proposed new law targeting illegal downloaders.
Panorama investigates how some hospitals may be failing the public while assessed as good.
Panorama asks if football can save a generation fighting to survive in South Africa.
Reporter Raphael Rowe travels to Borneo's rainforest to investigate the palm oil industry.
Wheelchair user Simon Green secretly films what it is like to endure disability hate crime
Panorama exposes the myths and realities of the new child protection register.
Kay Gilderdale, who helped her bedridden daughter Lynn kill herself, talks exclusively.
Shelley Jofre investigates the food being dished up to pre-schoolers.
Jane Corbin walks through the disputed streets and parks of Jerusalem.
Panorama investigates Iris Robinson, the MP at the centre of a political storm.
Panorama investigates the Royal Mail, and asks if it is failing its customers.
Emeka Onono asks Hazel Blears and others how they can regain the trust of their voters.