Why northern football fans are crying foul on the man promising to revamp their club.
Why northern football fans are crying foul on the man promising to re-vamp their club.
Paul Rose helps celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Cleveland Way
The story of a prison chef who sexually abused hundreds of teenage boys in his care.
Peter Marshall asks if the Lake District is making the most of its beautiful dark skies.
The secrets stored in the cellar of a County Durham castle.
Why are some obese people too embarrassed to admit to weight-loss surgery?
A special report following rough sleepers on the streets of Newcastle.
A special investigation into racist extremists in Sunderland and their links to Ukip.
An investigation into the police interpreters offering their own advice to suspects.
The story of the Tyneside soldier who recorded one of Australia's best-loved songs.
A look back on Tyneside's vital role in WWI and the impact on families on the home front.
Did the Great Exhibition of the north live up to its billing?
Did an alien object landed on the North York Moors?
What is the future for local newspapers?
What Brexit will mean for the north's nuclear industries?
Why are more northern women turning to unregulated online forums to find sperm donors?
Chris Jackson investigates a case of a patient prescribed someone else's drugs.
Examining the crisis-hit railway services across the north.
The Northumberland man enduring 25 epileptic seizures a day.
The programme investigates executive severance payments at a northern housing association.
Stories from around the region.
Celebrating the birthday of an iconic Tyneside picture house.
Plus the northern women bringing hope to families stranded in Greek refugee camps.
Exposing the drug dealing on one of Teesside's most notorious streets.
How rubbish from Newcastle is keeping Nordic families warm.
The Newcastle medics changing young lives in Malawi.
Meeting northern families battling debt, and a look at how universal credit adds up.
We meet the Northern women who say they have been left high and dry by pension changes.
Can recycling bottles help reduce the North East's plastic mountain?