Panorama investigates the computer supply companies putting schools into debt.
Panorama presents an insight into the world of the so-called Price Taggers.
Panorama visits a housing estate in Blackburn, learning what it is like to live there.
Joan Bakewell investigates alcohol problems among those aged 65 and over.
As the emergency services face cuts, Panorama examines the effect on 999 response times.
Panorama travels to the front line of the fight to bring Joseph Kony to justice.
Investigating the trial of the police officers involved in the Cardiff Three case.
Panorama investigates the impact of budget cuts on public pest control services.
How the government plans to get people claiming disability benefits back into work.
Panorama investigates the sports products that promise to boost your performance.
Reporter Raphael Rowe tracks down some of Britain's biggest illegal fly-tippers.
Panorama asks whether Britain is able to cope with a new age of austerity.
Panorama investigates the three billion marketing calls and messages received every year.
John Humphrys investigates Greece's economic crisis ahead of the general election.
Evidence of racist violence and anti-semitism at Polish and Ukrainian football matches.
Panorama goes undercover inside Eurovision host country Azerbaijan.
Panorama investigates how some of the UK's most famous companies save millions in tax.
The senior UK investigator in the Madeleine McCann case speaks to Panorama.
Panorama reveals the appalling treatment of an elderly care home resident with dementia.
John Sweeney talks exclusively to Ivan Glasenberg, boss of commodity giant Glencore.
Rageh Omaar goes on the trail of the ivory poachers, smugglers and crime syndicates.
Will apprenticeships offer an effective solution to unemployment among young people?
Panorama special examining in detail the hours leading up to the death of Anni Dewani.
Fresh hacking allegations striking at the heart of News Corp's pay-TV empire are revealed.
Panorama reveals the shocking details of 'honour' killings and of women driven to suicide.
Paul Wood charts the rise and suppression of the uprising in the Syrian city of Homs.
Samantha Poling reveals how the farming subsidy system is being abused.
Reporter Shelley Jofre investigates the rising cost of childcare.
Alastair Campbell meets some of the middle-class professionals dependent on alcohol.
Hilary Andersson meets the school pupils who go hungry in the richest country on Earth.