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  1. Election Fraud

    Is organised voting fraud skewing the outcome of local elections in some parts of Britain?

    First broadcast: 11 Mar 2014

  2. The Accountant Kings

    What role do accountants play in managing modern Britain? Simon Cox investigates.

    First broadcast: 04 Mar 2014

  3. Deadly Hospitals?

    Does the NHS rely on the wrong statistics to judge hospitals? Gerry Northam reports.

    First broadcast: 25 Feb 2014

  4. Repeat Offenders

    Are government reforms to probation on track and will they work? Danny Shaw investigates.

    First broadcast: 18 Feb 2014

  5. Flooding: Best Laid Plans?

    How well prepared is Britain's transport infrastructure to weather the winter storms?

    First broadcast: 11 Feb 2014

  6. Cut-Price Care

    Are the old and vulnerable paying the price of cuts in home care?

    First broadcast: 04 Feb 2014

  7. Food Fraud

    After last year's horsemeat scandal, have enough lessons been learned?

    First broadcast: 28 Jan 2014

  8. Default by Design?

    Predatory or prudent? Has RBS been playing fair with its business customers?

    First broadcast: 21 Jan 2014

  9. Liquid Assets

    As water company bills rise, Lesley Curwen investigates where the money goes.

    First broadcast: 14 Jan 2014

  10. Chemical Weapons

    Is enough being done to prevent rogue states and terrorists acquiring chemical weapons?

    First broadcast: 07 Jan 2014

  11. A Healthy Market?

    What do we know about the deals struck with private companies to run parts of the NHS?

    First broadcast: 12 Nov 2013

  12. Up to the Job?

    Is the government's flagship Work Programme working? Gerry Northam investigates.

    First broadcast: 05 Nov 2013

  13. Deadly Drugs

    What's behind the rise in deaths among those who have taken the drug ecstasy?

    First broadcast: 29 Oct 2013

  14. What Price Social Housing?

    Homes at risk? Are housing associations trying to gamble their way out of a crisis?

    First broadcast: 22 Oct 2013

  15. The Syrian Connection

    Who are the British jihadists fighting in Syria and could they pose a threat to the UK?

    First broadcast: 15 Oct 2013

  16. HS2: Winners and Losers

    Who are the winners and losers from high-speed rail?

    First broadcast: 08 Oct 2013

  17. Electricity Prices: A Shock to the System?

    What will the government's plan to produce more low-carbon energy do to our fuel bills?

    First broadcast: 01 Oct 2013

  18. Secrecy and Surveillance

    What rights do people have when they feel they've been unfairly put under surveillance?

    First broadcast: 24 Sep 2013

  19. What Price Cheap Clothes?

    In London fashion week, Jane Deith reports from Bangladesh on safety for textile workers.

    First broadcast: 17 Sep 2013

  20. A Place of Safety?

    Are psychiatric hospitals failing to learn vital lessons from suicides among patients?

    First broadcast: 30 Jul 2013

  21. Coal Comfort?

    Coal keeps the lights on. But as UK mining firms collapse, do ministers have a plan?

    First broadcast: 23 Jul 2013

  22. Tobacco: The Lobbyists

    What influence does the tobacco lobby have in the fight over new laws on cigarettes?

    First broadcast: 16 Jul 2013

  23. Faith, Hope and... Tax Avoidance

    As big business is asked to pay its dues, are some charities being used for tax avoidance.

    First broadcast: 09 Jul 2013

  24. NHS: Pricing Patients

    With attention on A&E, is there a bigger problem in the way hospitals are funded?

    First broadcast: 02 Jul 2013

  25. Petrol Prices

    Are petrol prices manipulated to keep them artificially high?

    First broadcast: 25 Jun 2013

  26. Council Asset Sales

    Are taxpayers getting value for money when cash strapped councils sell off their assets?

    First broadcast: 18 Jun 2013

  27. Grooming: A Life Sentence?

    Are young grooming victims getting the help they need to rebuild their lives?

    First broadcast: 11 Jun 2013

  28. Elderly Care: Neglected Questions

    Are there lessons in the collapse of the UK's biggest elderly care home abuse inquiry?

    First broadcast: 04 Jun 2013

  29. Iran's Nuclear Standoff

    With growing concern over Iran's nuclear intentions, is the UN watchdog up to the job?

    First broadcast: 28 May 2013

  30. Superbugs

    Can the NHS protect patients from new antibiotic-resistant superbugs?

    First broadcast: 21 May 2013

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