The Untold follows the impact of a child custody case waged across international borders.
Child of Mine
After the Bridge
A young man injured in a terrorist attack faces up to his changing views of the incident.
If the Dress Fits
A tailor in Weston-super-Mare faces prom season.
In the Driving Seat
Beth has vision in just one eye. Gary is her driving instructor. Can she pass her test?
The Island Man
One man believes his island needs a new kind of leadership, away from the mainland.
Jade is a games designer with autism. She is flying solo to New York to chase her ambition
The reality of life for those caught up in the Windrush scandal is explored in The Untold.
Fernando's vs Nando's
A peri peri chicken shop owner faces legal action in Reading.
The Untold - Get it First on BBC Sounds
From this week, you can find brand new episodes of The Untold first on the BBC Sounds app
Fighting For My Niece
Simon fights to become his teenage niece's legal guardian after she was placed in care.
No Place for the Homeless
The story of Corby, a town divided by proposals for a new homeless shelter.
The Unidentified Woman
How do you plan a funeral for an unidentified woman? Christina is determined to do it well
Me, Dad and Dementia
Amanda's fight to get 24 hour care for her 96-year-old dad who has dementia.
The story of what happened when Kirsty, 47, moves into an old plasterer's van.
Field of Dreams
James is 24 and dreams of owning a farm. Has he found his chance in Cornwall?
Like Riding a Bike
Roni is 33 years old. She has never learned to ride a bike. Is it too late?
Searching For My Birth Family
Steph is searching for her birth mother's relatives, who may not know she was born.
Sikh-ing Mr Right
Min only wants to marry a Sikh with a turban. After ten years of looking should she stop?
Should I study at Cambridge?
Anoushka is smart, funny and mixed race: should she apply for a place at Cambridge Uni?
Don't Take My Masala
A restaurant owner in Wales loses his staff after he's found employing them illegally.
High Street Blues
One street in the run-up to Christmas, and three shops fighting for survival.
What Happened Next?
Grace Dent revisits four powerful Untold stories to find out where they went next.
Leaving the Party
Two men quit their parties to run as independents in the local elections. Can they win?
Matt’s childhood was devastated by pedophiles. Has he healed enough to find love?
The Two Sides of Silver Street
Grace Dent tells the story of one street that contains a clash of two worldviews.
Mark Elliott looks into how you can get active in Shropshire.
Matty Jones and Josh Frankland with sport stories.
A weekly look at what gets Wiltshire moving with Sue Kinnear and Kelly Morgan.
Censorship and sex
Naomi Wolf discusses the criminalisation of love with presenter Matthew Sweet.
India's education challenges
Whoever wins the Indian election will face an economic slowdown and an education crisis