The full story of the August riots. What has led a generation to violence?
Panorama investigates Zimbabwe's Marange diamond fields and uncovers evidence of torture.
Panorama uncovers the impact alcohol has on a younger generation of problem drinkers.
Shelley Jofre reveals that some parts of the UK are facing a shortage of midwives.
The inside story of how Rupert Murdoch's powerful media influence was challenged.
Panorama infiltrates a criminal gang faking accidents for fraudulent insurance claims.
Tom Heap investigates whether Royal Mail would be able to survive without junk mail.
Investigating claims that the NHS is using surgical instruments with dangerous defects.
Reporter Peter Greste finds out what it is like to live amid the anarchy of Somalia.
Evan Davis uncovers the truth behind the migrants who try to illegally enter Britain.
Panorama goes undercover to learn whether high street banks are mis-selling products.
Panorama follows the real-life stories of some of the unemployed population of Rhyl.
Reporter Paul Kenyon exposes the truth about a gang of carers out of control.
Andrew Jennings asks whether either of Fifa's presidential candidates is suitable.
Panorama investigates the illegal market in electronic waste.
The full story of how America tracked down and killed the world's most wanted man.
The stories of families struggling to get by on the waiting list for social housing.
Panorama tracks down a fraudster who stole a football club and broke a bank.
Reporter Jane Corbin asks how much longer Iran can keep a lid on internal unrest.
How some over-50s now face rejection letters and money worries after a lifetime at work.
Panorama unveils research which shows that most of us are poorer than we were in 2009.
Reporter Richard Bilton exposes the lucrative - and growing - world of fake marriages.
The real story behind Libya's revolution.
Panorama exposes the full extent of the "dark arts" employed by journalists.
Reporter Sam Poling investigates the world of the criminal tobacco trade.
Panorama examines government plans to send in the troops to Britain's troubled classrooms.
Reporter Fergal Keane finds out why Ireland has been brought to the brink of bankruptcy.
Panorama examines whether WikiLeaks has failed to live up to its own ideals on openness.
Colonel Tim Collins meets veterans who struggle to find work and housing.
Jane Corbin reports on the extraordinary scenes of the Egyptian uprising.