A look at concerns that the apprenticeship system is exploitative and too open to abuse.
A man evicted from the James Paget Hospital after a two-year stay tells his story.
Is a company evicting families from an estate failing in its legal duties as a landlord?
Examining the success of the community-run Glamis Hall in Wellingborough.
Sophie Sulehria tries to understand what can be done to tackle Islamophobia.
The programme celebrates the 50th anniversary of Milton Keynes.
The programme talks to patients and clinicians who say rationing is fracturing the NHS.
The Essex gardener trying to grow the biggest outdoor pumpkin in the country.
A look at the serious impact that the rise in type 2 diabetes is having on the NHS.
The Essex commuter who made a successful business out of helping people claim for delays.
A look at the health and nutrition claims on packaging.
Jo Taylor revisits the gangmaster slavery investigation she covered three years ago.
Jo Taylor examines allegations of historic abuse at a religious centre.
How can fly-tipping be prevented?
The latest research on plastic pollution in rivers and the North Sea.
Anna Hill takes a look at how the Brexit vote will affect the price of foodstuffs.
Investigating the rise in hare coursing in the Fens and the links with organised crime.
A look at a possible solution to the shortage of doctors and nurses.
How a three-year project has revealed a new picture of the submerged city of Dunwich.
Following a Cambridgeshire mum as she tries to launch a new sugar-free food label.
The IVF lottery that is leaving some Essex couples unable to afford to start a family.
David Whiteley meets the people whose homes have been destroyed by sinkholes.
Are older drivers really are more dangerous than their younger counterparts?
The rewards and dangers of becoming a landlord later in life.
A report on the rise of rural crime. And the plight of the turtle dove.
A look at the case for and against pedestrianisation.
The families who fear their children are addicted to playing video games.
Andy Akinwolere meets families who fear their children are addicted to video games.
Jo Taylor investigates how Cambridgeshire councils allocate housing.
The councils using new powers to restrict what people can do in public spaces.