Are baby boomers the Dick Turpin generation? Michael Buerk hosts combative debate.
The groups consider how they feel about the current levels of immigration.
Polish writer Agata Pyzik on what she sees as prejudice against eastern European migrants.
Could a more relaxed policy on immigration help the developing world more than state aid?
Generations Apart tracks people from two wildly different generations.
Should the seemingly privileged Baby Boomers bear the brunt of Government spending cuts?
Half of England's pregnant teens have vanished. Could government be behind it?
Winifred Robinson investigates changes to border controls in the wake of election results.
An investigation into refugees crossing the Channel illegally and those profiting from it.
Exploring the bussing of immigrant children to predominantly white schools in the 1960s.
Mukul Devichand seeks to see the UK through the eyes of those who have recently arrived.
The turbulent years from 1968 to 1976 for South Asians in Britain.
Mukul Devichand asks how millions of newcomers are fitting in to British society.
Mukul Devichand asks if Britain is a place where foreigners with a dream can make it.
Early pioneers to Britain from the Indian subcontinent in conversation with their children
David Goodhart investigates the ideological forces behind mass immigration.
We need a motive. What drives a generational vanishing act?
Anand Menon explores the role of towns in our national psyche and politics.
Elinor Goodman examines the complex identity of England's Gypsies.
The programme looks at who is eligible for a visa to live or work in the UK.
Sally Magnusson and Nick Barratt explore the roots of Britain's immigrant families.
Chris Morris asks what will happen to immigration after Brexit.
The impact changing levels of immigration could have on the economy.
Residents of Birmingham discuss the impact of mass migration on community life in Britain.
What are the political decisions and trends which led to record immigration to the UK?
Journalist Lainy Malkani shakes off the invisibility of being Indo-Guyanese in Britain.
Pregnant teens have disappeared from England's streets. Whodunnit? A societal mystery.
Angus Crawford reports on children who go missing after arriving alone in the UK.
Andrew reveals the changing shape of our lives by compressing a whole life into 20 seconds
Investigating claims that new immigration rules have made it easier to play the system.
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