Would it be safer to knock down some of the region's high rises rather than improve them?
The drug addicts sacrificing their fertility for cash.
Notts County: the inside story. Plus, one website, hundreds of unhappy shoppers.
What's happening to our local papers? Plus the downside of inheriting a stately home.
Life on a problem estate; pinpointing the Battle of Bosworth; a recession-proof business.
Ray Gosling investigates our end of life decisions.
Punishing drivers who kill; the truth about Masons; how skiing started in Lincolnshire.
Celebrating 25 years of babymaking; how to beat the bookie; and Ray Gosling goes fishing.
The DNA database dilemma; young musicians under threat; and Des goes busking.
Troop tales from a warzone; the kids who've never had a holiday; and iconic toy stories.
A report on how we've coped with the snow, plus Ray Gosling on anti-social behaviour.
Behind the scenes with Sven at Notts County. And the climber who jumps off mountains.
Dangerous pets for sale. Inside video gaming. And the University of the Third Age.
Jonathan Cecil spends two weeks with the crews of the East Midlands air ambulance.
How a Notts man founded AC Milan, what it means to be mixed race, and living for free.
Investigating the elected body where women are not welcome. Plus lost canals rediscovered.
Carol Thatcher on her mother's legacy, new help for returning soldiers, and safer cycling.
With Marie Ashby. Unfair vet charges? Plus the history of the M1 and Des on beauty queens.
A rubbish deal for taxpayers. Plus, rare butterfly. And how effective is victim support?
Des Coleman meets the BNP; plus the man behind Brian Clough's success.
Inside Out meets the families who fear they have lost thousands to cold callers.
Inside Out reveals the top ten East Midlands locations vulnerable to the credit crunch.
Rob Pittam visits his home town, which was divided by the miners' strike in 1984.
Inside Out looks at the real stories behind the highest rate of teen pregnancy in Europe.
Inside Out investigates why ten percent of Derbyshire pubs are calling time for good.
Inside Out meets Zoe Martin, who is campaigning for a change in road safety law.
Inside Out goes on the trail of the caravan thieves, and Alvin Stardust comes home.
Inside Out meets the people standing in the way of the big superstores.
The sex offender who slipped through the net, and the Chief Constable MPs tried to sack.
Amid falling house prices, Inside Out investigates the land investment which is on the up.