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  1. 25/09/2014

    How have voters in Stirling decided whether or not to vote for Scottish independence?

    First broadcast: 25 Sep 2014

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  2. The Right to be Forgotten

    Simon Cox looks into the effects of the 'right to be forgotten' ruling.

    First broadcast: 18 Sep 2014

  3. Racism in Northern Ireland

    Rising racism in Northern Ireland - but who is behind it? Helen Grady investigates.

    First broadcast: 11 Sep 2014

  4. Afghan Sikhs

    Melanie Abbott explores the journey Afghan Sikhs make to build a new life in the UK.

    First broadcast: 04 Sep 2014

  5. Publishing Wars

    With big publishers and Amazon at war, Adam Fleming reports on turmoil in the book world.

    First broadcast: 28 Aug 2014

  6. Surrogacy

    UK surrogacy is based on trust rather than contract. Catrin Nye asks if the system works.

    First broadcast: 21 Aug 2014

  7. The Big Society

    Giving power to the people was the big idea of the coalition, but what has become of it?

    First broadcast: 14 Aug 2014

  8. Litvinenko: The Miniature Nuclear Attack

    The Report speaks to the wife and son of the murdered former Russian intelligence officer

    First broadcast: 07 Aug 2014

  9. Diabetes: A Surgical Solution?

    Could increasing access to weight loss surgery help the battle against diabetes?

    First broadcast: 31 Jul 2014

  10. Trojan horse schools plot

    Allegations of a plot to Islamise secular schools in Birmingham investigated.

    First broadcast: 24 Jul 2014

  11. Internet Jihadi: Babar Ahmad

    British jihadi Babar Ahmad's journey from Tooting to a US jail. Dominic Casciani reports.

    First broadcast: 17 Jul 2014

  12. Why are People Voting UKIP?

    Wesley Stephenson goes to south Essex to find out why so many residents voted UKIP.

    First broadcast: 10 Jul 2014

  13. E-Cigarettes

    Are e-cigarettes a health hazard or the best aid we have for smokers trying to quit?

    First broadcast: 03 Jul 2014

  14. The Unsolved Murder of Daniel Morgan

    The unsolved murder of Daniel Morgan and claims of police corruption in the case.

    First broadcast: 22 May 2014

  15. Constance Briscoe

    Investigating the barrister and author Constance Briscoe, jailed for lying to the police.

    First broadcast: 15 May 2014

  16. Jihadi Converts

    Converts to Islam tell reporter Zubeida Malik how they were lured into extremism.

    First broadcast: 08 May 2014

  17. Sexual Harassment in Westminster

    Simon Cox investigates allegations of abuse of power and a culture of silence.

    First broadcast: 01 May 2014

  18. The Muslim Brotherhood in Britain

    Was David Cameron right to order an investigation into the Islamist organisation?

    First broadcast: 24 Apr 2014

  19. Maria Miller's Expenses

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

    First broadcast: 17 Apr 2014

  20. The Truth About Statins

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

    First broadcast: 10 Apr 2014

  21. 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

  22. 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

  23. Who Killed Meredith Kercher?

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

    First broadcast: 20 Feb 2014

  24. Ofsted's Ideological Battle

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

    First broadcast: 13 Feb 2014

  25. Turkey: The Gulen Movement

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

    First broadcast: 06 Feb 2014

  26. Dieudonne: France's Most Dangerous Comedian?

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

    First broadcast: 30 Jan 2014

  27. Oakwood Prison

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

    First broadcast: 23 Jan 2014

  28. The Seven Day Health Service

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

    First broadcast: 16 Jan 2014

  29. Right to Die

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

    First broadcast: 09 Jan 2014

  30. Miners' Strike Miscarriages?

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

    First broadcast: 02 Jan 2014

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