A report on the gang that ruled the streets of Birmingham in the 19th century.
Mary Rhodes reports on one man's Jamaican voyage of discovery.
The sheep rustlers stalking the region's countryside.
Investigating the safety of part-worn tyres. Are people falling out of love with the car?
Mary Rhodes on the families facing up to fresh flooding misery.
Mary Rhodes investigates why the Midlands motorway network is a magnet for metal thieves.
On the trail of one of Britain's most wanted men. Are faith schools divisive?
Why some prescription errors could prove fatal. The garden where time stood still.
Why are attacks on guide dogs on the increase? What is the Olympic legacy in the region?
The victims paying thousands of pounds for UK visas that never arrive.
Mark Easton explores some radical solutions to the problems of elderly care.
Examining how the region came to suffer drought and a look at what the future holds.
Thirty years after the Falklands conflict, the Jones family visit the Islands.
Adam Rickitt reveals why he joined the RSPCA. Plus, alternative ways to borrow money.
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?