Simon Jack investigates why more middle-aged men kill themselves than any other group.
Raphael Rowe meets parents fighting for access to their children without legal assistance.
As the 2015 general election approaches, Panorama reporters look at what Britain wants.
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Paul Kenyon investigates the children on the world's most dangerous migration route.
The cancer patients who are pioneering a new generation of drug treatments.
Richard Bilton reveals how Britain's biggest bank helped some wealthy customers dodge tax.
Vivian White reports on a week in the University Hospital of North Tees A&E department.
Jane Corbin investigates British girls being forced into marriage against their will.
Kamal Ahmed investigates what's really gone wrong inside Tesco.
Panorama investigates the battle for the hearts and minds of British Muslims.
An undercover look at what life is like for the workers making the iPhone 6 in China.
Panorama investigates whether nurse Colin Norris was wrongly convicted as a serial killer.
Panorama reveals harrowing footage and other evidence of domestic violence incidents.
Andrew Verity meets entrepreneurs who say the bailed-out banks wrecked their businesses.
Panorama follows NHS doctors and nurses fighting Ebola in clinics in West Africa.
John Sweeney investigates claims that the Fake Sheikh, Mazher Mahmood, fabricated evidence
Shelley Jofre investigates the disappearance of Blackpool schoolgirl Charlene Downes.
An undercover investigation which calls into question the integrity of greyhound racing.
Panorama tells the story of a paralysed man who walks again after a pioneering transplant.
Nagieb Khaja makes a journey behind the Taliban front lines to reveal a hidden world.
Darragh MacIntyre reports on how Ukip has shaken the political establishment.
Millions of British workers are being paid too little to live on. Richard Bilton reports.
Every year in the UK, over 3,000 babies are stillborn. Paul Kenyon investigates.
In Gaza, Jane Corbin goes deep into the tunnels where battles have been fought.
Panorama follows the lives of ordinary voters who took part in the Scottish referendum.
Allan Little explores the transformation of the question of Scottish independence.
John Sweeney challenges Vladimir Putin on the killing in Ukraine.
Alison Holt investigates the grooming and sexual exploitation of children in Rotherham.
One school's battle to save problem pupils from the scrap heap and bring exam success.
Has a change to the driving laws seen our justice system go soft on dangerous driving?