Knives in the Classroom 9 September 2019
Chanell Wallace, whose brother was stabbed to death when she was 11, meets young people growing up in communities where carrying a knife is now normal.
The Hunt for Britain’s Slave Gangs 5 September 2019
Thousands of people across Britain are being forced into human slavery by ruthless gangs.
This Panorama special follows West Midlands Police as they bring down the biggest human slavery operation that has ever been caught in the UK.
Addicted to Gambling 11 August 2019
Britain’s betting industry is booming. The amount we lose to the betting companies has almost doubled in a decade, but are the bookies doing enough to protect problem gamblers?
Reporter Bronagh Munro investigates an industry where complaints are rising even more quickly than turnover. She meets a punter who gambled away more than £3 million and the families who have lost their children to addiction.
15th April 2019
8th April 2019
They're one of the biggest and most powerful technology companies in the world, but can we trust the Chinese telecoms giant Huawei? They have the equipment to run the next generation telecoms network - which will power everything from the superfast phones to smart homes and driverless cars - but as we come more reliant on this type of technology, concerns have grown about Huawei allowing this network to be used to spy on us and even shutting the country down.
18 March 2019
The latest current affairs investigation from the BBC.
4 Mar 2019
Chris Clements reveals stories from one rural community where lives have been devastated by the growing abuse of prescription pills bought illicitly online.
25 Feb 2019
More young people than ever are exploring their gender identity. Last year, two and a half thousand under-eighteens were referred to NHS England’s gender identity clinics for support. Some are hoping to get access to potentially irreversible treatments as soon as they can. Doctors are divided about the best way to help.
11 February 2019
Big-name brands have flocked to online stars, paying them millions to endorse their products, but the market has been criticised as being a 'Wild West' of misleading and unregulated advertising, plugging everything from bogus diet drinks to online gambling to young audiences.
4 Feb 2019
In June 2016, the UK voted for Brexit. Two and a half years on we seem stuck. Filming with voters in Yorkshire and Kent, Adrian Chiles finds people's opinions are more entrenched and divided than ever. But most seem to agree on one thing - our politicians are failing to get us out of the mess we are in. Adrian follows MPs through a historic fortnight in Westminster to find out who is in charge - and whether they are putting party politics before the best interests of the country.
21 January 2019
An official inquiry has found that more than 450 patients had their lives cut short at an NHS hospital. Many were given fatal doses of painkillers even though they were not terminally ill and had only been admitted for rehabilitation following routine operations. So what was really going on at the Gosport War Memorial Hospital? Reporter Richard Bilton investigates the evidence and challenges those who may be to blame for the deaths.
14 January 2019
17 Dec 2018
Thousands of home and businesses are affected and land is already being cleared to make way for the new High Speed 2 train line - the biggest infrastructure project in Europe. HS2 has a price tag of £56 billion, but does anyone know how much it will really cost? As land gets bought up, Panorama investigates the impact the controversial rail scheme is having and what the final cost could be.
26 Nov 2018
They keep us moving and they keep our hearts beating, but not all medical devices are properly tested before they are put inside us. Reporter Deborah Cohen investigates an industry where some patients are treated like human guinea pigs and then abandoned when things go wrong.
22 Nov 2018
Panorama special telling the inside story of how Russia sent an assassination squad to Salisbury to murder former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia. In the first nerve agent attack in Europe ever, this brazen and reckless attack risked contaminating thousands of people.
19 Nov 2018
It's a crime that breaks the hearts of victims as well as emptying their bank accounts. Thousands of people lose money to romance frauds each year after being conned on internet dating sites. The criminals are called catfish, and they promise love and marriage to get cash. Reporter Athar Ahmad turns the tables on the fraudsters by using his own fake dating profile to expose the international gangs behind the crime.
14 Mar 2018
Everyone has the right to a fair trial, but how sure can people be that, if it came to it, they would get one?
Cases where crucial evidence had not been investigated by the police or where evidence had been withheld from defendants.
14 Mar 2018
If the Russian president does win six more years in power, he will become the country's longest-serving ruler since Stalin. So why is Putin so powerful?
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