Are schoolchildren in England given too many exams? Vivian White reports.
Investigating claims that dangerous convicts are being sent to open prisons.
Raphael Rowe reveals how the UN is struggling to eradicate the rot at its core.
Sally Magnusson investigates the superbug c.difficile.
Just what's in the air we breathe when we fly?
Declan Curry investigates how Britain will cope during the financial year ahead.
A look at the effect power-sharing has had on Northern Ireland's sectarian divisions.
Has there been a deliberate cover-up on abuse in a children's home on Jersey?
Gerry Northam investigates ruthless gangs who are targeting teenage girls.
An investigation into shaken-baby syndrome.
Richard Bilton asks if a new community action is the answer to our violent streets.
Jeremy Vine asks how rules preventing the abuse of prisoners in Iraq were overturned.
Tom Heap investigates the popularity of bottled water in Britain.
Fergal Keane returns to South Africa to find out what happened to the hope from that time.
An investigation into sharp practice in the housing market.
Former cocaine-using Blur bassist Alex James travels to Colombia.
Panorama goes undercover to expose the flaws in Britain's security industry.
Current affairs programme bringing the best in reporting from around the world.
Paul Kenyon follows the most dangerous illegal immigration route into Europe.
Jeremy Vine examines how kids can be kept safe on the internet.
Reporter Jane Corbin examines the dark heart of Basra.
Story of the battle for Basra Palace, told using footage shot by the soldiers involved.
The case of a woman convinced that her father's dementia drugs were doing him harm.
Panorama asks why Madeleine's parents have found it so hard to shake off suspicion.
Investigation into why Madeleine McCann's parents have found themselves under suspicion.
Panorama reports on the reaction to devaluation of the pound. From 20 November 1967.
Shelley Jofre investigates NHS treatment of the behavioural disorder ADHD.
Vigorous investigation of a topical issue.
Following a unit of British soldiers who spent six months on the frontline in Afghanistan.
Jeremy Vine presents the weekly current affairs programme.