The programme exposes how easy is to hack into smart devices in the house. The Suffolk vicar who races around five churches on a Sunday in a bid to keep them going.
As our homes are increasingly powered by smart tech - from fridges to children's toys - we expose how easy it is for our data to be hacked. And we meet someone who thinks the risk is too great and has decided not to have any internet or smart phones in his house.
How head injuries are causing unexplained bad behaviour in children. We're with the Cambridge team who have developed a groundbreaking way of tackling the problem that's being copied by others around the world.
And the supervicar from Suffolk who races around five churches on a Sunday in a bid to keep them going. As congregations fall, more of our churches face closure. But it's hoped a new scheme being piloted in Suffolk can help.