Panorama profiles two 15-year-old boys on the fringe of gang culture.
Kate Silverton looks at how much the summer floods have cost the UK.
Investigation into websites that show videos of teenagers being bullied and assaulted.
Richard Bilton looks at the levels of immigration in Slough.
With more offenders being tagged, undercover reporters look at a key law and order scheme.
Panorama talks to the bus and tube passengers who thought they would die on 21 July 2005.
John Sweeney reports on child welfare in Norfolk.
Find out what NHS bosses did after Panorama filmed undercover in two maternity units.
Reporter John Ware investigates Gordon Brown's involvement in past New Labour spin.
What happens when kids' TVs and computer games are taken away?
Investigation into allegations of corruption in the biggest arms deal in history.
Shelley Jofre investigates a series of potentially-catastrophic faults with RAF spyplanes.
A report about how a British woman swapped Manchester for life with the Sicilian Mafia.
Paul Kenyon investigates claims that electronic smog can cause long-term health effects.
John Sweeney investigates the Church of Scientology.
An investigation into the increasing segregation between Muslim Asians and whites.
An investigation into alleged serious failings in UK maternity services.
An investigation into the murder of Pakistan's cricket coach Bob Woolmer.
Evidence that M15 failed to pass on details linking them to the 7/7 suicide bombers.
Investigation into how broadcasters use premium rate phone lines for programmes.
Investigation into Britain's private high security prisons.
Investigation into the travel industry's safety standards.
Investigating the increasing numbers of British soldiers returning from Iraq going AWOL.
A report on the torture of 7 Iraqi civilians in 2003 while in British custody in Basra.
Stella Moore asks why women can still be murdered by stalkers.
Panorama reporter Justin Rowlatt and his family go green for a year.
Investigation of the claim that 75,000 NHS workers were victims of assault last year.
As the fourth anniversary of the start of the Iraq war approaches Britain counts the cost.
Vivian White reports on the lack of protection for the elderly in nursing homes.
How people deal with anti-social behaviour and violent crime in their areas.