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Opioids: A Painful Prescription?
Did marketing help fuel the UK's opioid addiction 'crisis'?
At Risk? Children in Residential Care
Where do they go? Why vulnerable young people are going missing from children's homes.
A Load of Rubbish
Failures in the way recycling is set up in the UK is contributing to pollution in our seas
On Whose Authority?
Who really decides what care is best for those who can’t make their own decisions?
The Spy in Your Pocket
How sophisticated spy-ware can be used to track our everyday activities. Who's watching?
The Right Place for Reg?
What can one man’s story tells us about the future of the NHS?
Beyond Grenfell: The Cladding Lottery
The families and hospitals facing huge bills to replace dangerous cladding.
Steeling for the Future
Could more have been done to save British Steel from insolvency?
Bitter Brew: The harrowing story of rape, murder and violence on a Kenyan tea plantation.
Hidden Figures? The True Scale of Military Sexual Allegations
Criticisms of the way allegations of sexual assault are handled in the armed forces
Sex Offenders Fleeing Abroad
How some runaway sex offenders are evading justice
Harassed students ‘re-victimised’ by universities
Harassed students ‘re-victimised’ by universities.
The therapy business
Jordan Dunbar investigates the therapy business.
Families versus the state: An unfair fight?
Are lives being put at risk because families are refused funding at inquests?
Can sex offenders and violent criminals be rehabilitated in prison?
Lost on the line: The county lines gangs recruiting girls
Lost on the Line: The county lines drugs gangs recruiting girls
Crash Landing - The demise of Thomas Cook
File on 4 charts the rise and fall of travel firm Thomas Cook.
Anatomy of a fraud
Dodgy diamonds, missing millions - and the victims failed by justice.
Medics say drug shortages are worse than ever – putting the lives of patients at risk.
Going back: The people reversing their gender transition
The people reversing their gender transition
The brothers and sisters separated by the care system
After The Flood
What happens to those families hit by devastating floods when the waters recede?
Facial Recognition: Who's watching you?
An investigation into the use of sewage sludge as fertiliser on agricultural land.
Second Class Citizens: The Post Office IT Scandal
How the Post Office IT fiasco destroyed the lives and careers of hundreds of postmasters.
Fair game? The secrets of football betting
The potential harms of the ever-increasing sponsorship of football by gambling companies
Something in the Air?
How safe is the air inside airline cabins?
Taking the Rap
How social media is fuelling violence and murder in north London.
Extreme measures: Can extremists be de-radicalised?
Can convicted extremists be de-radicalised?
Critical Condition: Allegations of failings at Great Ormond Street
Are allegations of failings at Great Ormond Street properly investigated?
Coronavirus: Stories from behind the mask
Candid diaries of doctors and nurses recorded over two months of the coronavirus pandemic
Coronavirus: The care homes catastrophe
Did the authorities react quickly enough to the threat to care homes from Covid-19?
Game Changer: How the UK played on during coronavirus
Did allowing the sporting events to continue help spread Covid-19 and put lives at risk?
File on 4 examines how the global pandemic has shaped organised crime.
The Perfect Storm
Why are so many migrants risking their lives by crossing the Channel in small boats?
The 5G con that could make you sick
File on 4 investigates how bad science could be damaging people’s health.
The Neo-Nazi Network
A neo-Nazi network is seeking to recruit young Brits.
Racism in the Police
Racism in the police: do the UK police treat black and ethnic minority officers fairly?
Mental Health: The Next Pandemic?
File on 4 investigates the impact of coronavirus on the nation’s mental health.
Groomed, abused and put in prison: Rochdale’s untold story
Jailed for being abused? The untold story of Rochdale’s grooming scandal.
Covid 19: The Long Road to Recovery
After coronavirus, the survivors left with life-changing and long-term conditions.
Mental health killings – a crisis in care?
Are people with severe mental illnesses being failed when they need help most?
Expecting alone: The isolation of pregnancy during Covid
Has the reduction of services for new mums and their babies caused long-term damage?
Fit for football
MPs and supporters call for an overhaul of the way English football is governed
Me and my Trolls
Journalist Sali Hughes goes on a personal journey to discover what motivates online trolls
All Sewn Up
An investigation into VAT fraud within Leicester's garment manufacturing industry.
COVID workers targeted with tax avoidance schemes that HMRC warns against signing up to.
Locked Up in Lockdown
Are court backlogs creating miscarriages of justice? Helen Grady investigates.
Reynhard Sinaga: Britain’s most prolific rapist
How a 999 call from a Manchester flat led to the discovery of over 200 male rape victims.
Are promises to improve care for people with learning disabilities and autism being kept?
The relationship between social media influencers and clinics promoting cosmetic surgery.
Women Who Abuse
The hidden victims of female child sexual abuse, fighting for justice - and closure.
A Year of Covid
Jane Deith talks to the medics who fought the first wave of Covid-19 in England's ICUs.
Covid 19: Doctors and Deniers
Stories from the frontline in the fight against Covid-19.
Unmasked: Stories from the PPE Frontline
What did the government get for the £12.5 billion it spent on PPE for NHS staff?
One teenager's experience of hurting herself and a system struggling with rising demand.
The Dangers of Dating Apps
Livvy Haydock investigates dating apps and if the pandemic has made them more dangerous.
Shipping’s Dirty Secret
File on 4 lifts the lid on the dangerous and polluting world of international shipbreaking
The Disinformation Dragon
Investigating China’s new strategy of spreading disinformation around the world.
The Asylum Business - the UK's hidden housing crisis
Are asylum seekers being mistreated by UK companies paid billions to house them?