How a person's postcode affects the price of their car insurance.
Following the Irish workers searching for better prospects in the Midlands.
Richie Woodhall tests how well protected he and his family are against online predators.
Alastair McKee reveals an ambitious project to restore a canal through the Cotswolds.
Mary Rhodes investigates why councils are struggling to crack down on rogue landlords.
Paul Wilson discovers why the West Midlands is home to the fattest people in Europe.
The charity founded to bring home the dogs adopted by soldiers serving in Afghanistan.
A special programme on plans for a high-speed rail line between London and Birmingham.
Actress Anna Karen finds out who's behind the cuts to rural bus services.
Mary Rhodes assesses the measures that drought-hit families have been forced to endure.
Mary Rhodes asks whether Stoke-on-Trent has been abandoned by the government.
Mary Rhodes asks whether an old tradition is about to end on health and safety grounds.
Mary Rhodes reports on those who make unnecessary 999 calls.
Alvin Hall dispenses advice on how students can avoid university fees.
Mary Rhodes investigates how a Shropshire pensioner was targeted by telesales callers.
What happened to the millions councils were entitled to following the building collapse?
Shefali Oza investigates how council budget savings will affect the region's roads.
Pete Waterman challenges the people protesting against plans for high speed rail.
Why the West Midlands has the highest mortality rate for newborns in the country.
Has aid from the region made a difference to those who suffered in Pakistan's floods?
Mary Rhodes asks if enough is being done to give soldiers a life and a job after the army.
With a rise in cases of tuberculosis, is it time to re-introduce widespread vaccinations?
Is an evangelical Christian group ruining the lives of children?
Mary Rhodes meets dogs joining the war on drugs. Plus the rebuilding of a steam railway.
Are some out-of-hours doctors doing more harm than good? Plus, crusading litter heroes.
The story of how a life was saved by a liver pulled from Birmingham's plane crash.
Mary Rhodes investigates uninsured taxis. Plus Pete Waterman's passion for model railways.
The loan sharks terrorising the Midlands. Plus saving seals and rare Silverstone footage.
Do vulnerable people get a raw deal from the justice system? Plus Stuart Maconie on Dr Who
The Midlands man taken hostage in Iraq. Plus cycling safety, and Boycie in search of UFOs.