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  1. Maria Miller's Expenses

    The MPs' expenses row has claimed another victim, five years after the initial revelations

    First broadcast: 17 Apr 2014

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  2. The truth about statins

    Tom Esslemont demystifies the debate surrounding the cholesterol-lowering drugs.

    First broadcast: 10 Apr 2014

  3. The Mystery of Flight 370

    How can a plane disappear, and why are we no nearer to solving the enigma of flight MH370?

    First broadcast: 03 Apr 2014

  4. Marius the Giraffe: Zoogenics?

    A Danish zoo caused outrage when it killed a giraffe. Do UK zoos do similar culls?

    First broadcast: 27 Feb 2014

  5. Who killed Meredith Kercher?

    Is Amanda Knox really guilty of the murder of British student Meredith Kercher?

    First broadcast: 20 Feb 2014

  6. Ofsted

    Phil Kemp reveals the ideological battle between Ofsted and some of its inspectors.

    First broadcast: 13 Feb 2014

  7. Turkey: The Gulen Movement

    Edward Stourton investigates Turkey's most powerful grassroots Islamic network.

    First broadcast: 06 Feb 2014

  8. Dieudonne: France's most dangerous comedian?

    What does the popularity of controversial comedian Dieudonne tell us about France today?

    First broadcast: 30 Jan 2014

  9. Oakwood Prison

    What caused the trouble at Oakwood Prison? Hannah Barnes investigates.

    First broadcast: 23 Jan 2014

  10. The seven-day health service

    How can the NHS offer more in a time of unprecedented financial pressures?

    First broadcast: 16 Jan 2014

  11. Right to Die

    The Supreme Court will rule soon on 'right to die' issues. Can we learn from Belgium?

    First broadcast: 09 Jan 2014

  12. Miners' Strike Miscarriages?

    Did police falsify evidence against some miners during the 1984 strike? With Jenny Chryss.

    First broadcast: 02 Jan 2014

  13. Banking IT crisis

    Do ageing bank IT systems pose a risk to financial stability? Melanie Abbott investigates.

    First broadcast: 26 Dec 2013

  14. The Brixton Maoists

    How did three women disappear into a London-based Maoist group for more than 30 years?

    First broadcast: 19 Dec 2013

  15. Roma migration

    Andrew Fletcher investigates tensions in some UK cities with large Roma communities.

    First broadcast: 12 Dec 2013

  16. Terror laws: An unhappy compromise?

    Have the Coalition's terror reforms struck the right balance?

    First broadcast: 05 Dec 2013

  17. Inside the Vatican

    Why did the former Pope Benedict resign? Mark Dowd travels to Rome to investigate.

    First broadcast: 28 Nov 2013

  18. Energy Prices: The Truth

    As energy bills rise, The Report investigates if customers are being ripped off.

    First broadcast: 21 Nov 2013

  19. Birmingham Children's Services

    Are children safe in the hands of Birmingham City Council social services?

    First broadcast: 14 Nov 2013

  20. Universal Credit

    IT problems have scuppered an overhaul of the benefits system. What went wrong?

    First broadcast: 10 Oct 2013

  21. Help to Buy

    Are the warnings that the new Help to Buy scheme will cause a price bubble justified?

    First broadcast: 03 Oct 2013

  22. Samantha Lewthwaite: From the Shires to Al-Shabab

    Samantha Lewthwaite is once again connected to terrorism in Kenya. Who is she?

    First broadcast: 26 Sep 2013

  23. Police Tasers

    Original insights into major news stories. How dangerous are taser stun guns?

    First broadcast: 19 Sep 2013

  24. Banking Interns: Sleepless in the City

    Investigating the death of bank intern Moritz Erhardt and the working culture of the City.

    First broadcast: 12 Sep 2013

  25. Fracking

    Wesley Stephenson investigates fracking, a way of extracting shale gas.

    First broadcast: 05 Sep 2013

  26. Private Investigators

    How do private investigators carry out surveillance on individuals?

    First broadcast: 29 Aug 2013

  27. Gibraltar

    Phillip Kemp travels to Gibraltar to investigate what's really happening on The Rock.

    First broadcast: 22 Aug 2013

  28. The Liverpool Care Pathway

    Helen Grady looks at the campaign against the Liverpool Care Pathway for dying patients.

    First broadcast: 15 Aug 2013

  29. Why can't we catch the athletes who dope?

    Simon Cox investigates why we can't catch the athletes who dope.

    First broadcast: 08 Aug 2013

  30. Death in the Brecon Beacons

    Three reservists died during SAS selection. Adam Fleming asks if the training is safe.

    First broadcast: 01 Aug 2013

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