Alcohol smuggling is costing more than a billion pounds in lost taxes. Allan Urry reports.
Allan Urry investigates UK connections to the illegal weapons trade in conflict zones.
Zareer Masani considers the relationship between voting and other democratic rights.
As the tribunal into fixing allegations opens, we investigate corruption in cricket.
Author Jake Arnott traces the history of corruption in the Metropolitan police.
Are police doing enough to tackle corruption in their ranks? Allan Urry investigates.
Grace Dent follows the case of the UK man caught trying to smuggle a child.
Journalist Colin Freeman was kidnapped in Somalia and held hostage for 40 days.
Josie Long presents stories of imitation and plagiarism.
Bridget Kendall asks why there are such lucrative markets in fake art and fake medicines.
The role of British companies in a billion-dollar Moldovan bank scam.
Amardeep Bassey looks at a rise in organised dog fighting among young British Asians.
Aleks Krotoski explores the world of spam, scams and caches of forgotten gold.
Is organised voting fraud skewing the outcome of local elections in some parts of Britain?
With the illegal trade in ivory on the up, what is the future for Africa's elephants?
Laura Barton concludes her three-part series on the place of confidence in modern life.
Evan Davis talks to convicted fraudster Elliot Castro.
Why do so many people want to make their mark with graffiti?
Protest art in Latin America. A journey into the graffiti art of Columbia and Mexico.
Aside from the physical landscape, what does graffiti and street art actually change?
Allan Urry asks how gunrunners can fuel the global illegal arms trade from within the UK.
John Wilson reporting from Boston on one of the world's biggest art thefts
The dramatic account of a kidnap in Syria and the escape, by Jack Hill of the Times.
Is the UK doing enough to tackle corruption and prevent money laundering in the capital?
John McCarthy looks at how handling a hostage crisis has changed 30 years since his kidnap
Are the police really open to scrutiny when people complain about misconduct?
UK companies are being used to launder dirty money as new transparency rules are flouted.
Rebecca Mott calls for the abolition of prostitution.
Fi Glover's guests share their experience of being scammed by sophisticated fraudsters.
Amanda Vickery explores a new crime for a new consumer society - shoplifting.
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