Can the region's roads can cope with the demands of next-day deliveries?
The programme looks at who is making money through housing asylum seekers in Teeside.
The programme asks why it so hard to get a GP appointment in Cumbria.
The the families struggling to live on the few pounds a day they spend on food.
Danny Crates investigates why so many young drivers die on Cumbria's roads.
Why police believe that court is not always a fitting punishment for shoplifters.
Investigating the real cost of PFI contracts for hospitals across the north.
Sol Cambell investigates why there are so few black football managers.
The Tyneside surgeon realising a lifetime ambition of building a hospital in India.
The villages the saw all their young men return safely from the First World War.
Assessing the impact of the 13-year Afghanistan conflict on returning soldiers.
A consultant tells how a ruling on resuscitating patients has set alarm bells ringing.
Ian Botham talks candidly about how he coped with his father's Alzheimer's disease.
The Northumberland Tourett's patient with a novel plan for speaking.
Chris Jackson investigates the options for Cumbria's growing plutonium stockpile.
Chris Jackson investigates the illegal rubbish dumps blighting the north.
Chris Jackson meets the workers in their seventies who cannot afford to retire.
Investigating the future of the country's National Parks.
Chris Jackson investigates the ingredients of e-cigarettes.
Examing the regulation of private ambulance companies.
Durham's police chief explains why addicts should be given free heroin.
Jacey Normand follows in the footsteps of one of Cumbria's forgotten artistic giants.
What does the future hold for Dunston Staithes in Gateshead?
The ex-Chief Constable of Cumbria speaks about his year-long suspension.
Police investigate claims of abuse in a County Durham detention centre.
Why are the region's homes are so poorly insulated?
Dan Johnson investigates the financial affairs of former miners' leader Arthur Scargill.
Chris Jackson reunites the woman who fell from a North Sea ferry with her rescuers.
How the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra helped the people of Cumbria form a band.
One detective's damning verdict on a Cleveland police investigation.