John Sweeney examines the secretive world of the family courts and asks if they have unfairly removed children from their parents based on flawed medical evidence. Tiny fractures on juvenile bones may be evidence of abuse - or rickets.
The police firearms units are elite, highly-trained marksmen authorized to use lethal force if necessary. They are also under intense scrutiny following a series of high profile cases. Panorama gets unprecedented access to these officers.
Panorama lifts the lid on the multi-million pound trade in immigration visas, uncovering the frauds that allow bogus foreign students to remain in the UK. They also show how Government-approved exams are being sat by bogus students.
As Britain is once again battered by extreme weather conditions, Richard Bilton explores the causes of the widespread flooding that is ruining lives. Can anything be done to prevent it or will the Government have to choose areas to save?
Panorama investigates the mysterious disappearance of a British businessman in Dubai. British authorities handed confidential documents over to the Iranian Government, despite warnings that to do so would endanger his life.
Panorama investigates the dramatic increase in the number of food banks across the UK and the numbers of people claiming free food from them. Is this due to benefit changes, the economic slowdown or people taking advantage.
Paul Kenyon presents a special report from within the Ukrainian military bases in Crimea that are now cordoned off by Russian troops in a deadly stand-off. With exclusive interviews of commanders on both sides of the conflict.
Panorama reporter Vivian White spends a week in the Accident and Emergency department of The University Hospital of North Tees. He interviews staff struggling to cope with the unrelenting demand and some who have already quit.
With the NHS facing unprecedented financial pressures it is also being subject to an increasing amount of fraud. Fiona Walker investigates claims that this fraud is now larger than benefit fraud and what is being done to prevent it.
Panorama investigates whether the system of directly elected mayors has placed too much power into the hands of one individual. John Ware focuses on the mayor of Tower Hamlets in London who has been accused of injecting faith into politics.
On the eve of the Queen's historic visit to the Vatican, Panorama studies the reforms Pope Francis has pledged to make to the Catholic church. Is there substance to his promises? Will the church actually allow him to make these changes?
Panorama goes undercover to expose the tactics used by some bailiffs pursuing unpaid parking fines. As well as seizing cars and charging large sums to release them they are accused of intimidating motorists and lying about their powers.
Panorama follows the personal stories of some of the people who are being affected by changes to the benefit system. Claimants struggle as their benefits are reduced and they are asked to move to areas with cheaper rents.
With the NHS spending more than £10 billion a year on drugs, Panorama looks at some of the tactics used by pharmaceutical companies to tap into that market and influence which drugs medics choose to prescribe for their patients.
F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has run the sport for more than 40 years and made billions but two courts say he paid a $44 billion bribe and he may have evaded paying a billion pounds in UK tax. Panorama asks how is he still in charge.
Secret filming inside two care homes in Britain reveals what can happen out of sight of the inspectors and relatives of the residents. The lives of vulnerable elderly people are being blighted by poor standards of care.
The number of Muslims imprisoned in England and Wales has doubled in the past ten years. The prison system has the greatest concentration of radical and extremist Islamists, are they converting and radicalizing other prisoners?
As both the BBC and the Department of Health prepare to publish the findings of inquiries into the Jimmy Saville scandal, Shelley Jofre investigates how the DJ was able to worm his way so far into the British establishment.
The most successful nation in the history of the FIFA World Cup, Brazil, hosts the 2014 tournament but there have been violent protests against the cost of hosting the games in a nation where the divide between rich and poor is so extreme.
Expert witnesses who give evidence in court are supposed to be impartial. But an undercover investigation by Panorama discovers handwriting experts, CCTV analysts and animal behaviorists who are hiding the truth to protect their clients.
The number of people made homeless due to eviction by private landlords has tripled over the last 5 years. Richard Bilton talks to families forced out of their homes and asks if Government policies are putting vulnerable people at risk.
Following the 'Phone Hacking Trial', Robert Peston asks if the police and politicians from all parties helped cover up the activities of the press in order to protect their own relationships with Rupert Murdoch?
The American prison system is having to cope with an influx of prisoners with serious mental health problems. Hilary Anderson investigates reports of mentally ill inmates being chained to beds, kept in isolation indefinitely and abused.
Panorama investigates if changes to the driving laws in the UK have seen the justice system soften its approach to dangerous driving and if in-car technology is driving Britain's drivers to distraction.
A report on Baverstock Academy, which attempts to save problem pupils from the scrap heap. The Headmaster of the school explains why they oppose the exclusion of disruptive children and hope to provide an example for others to follow.
On the eve of the referendum on Scottish Independence, Allan Little presents an exploration of the issues facing Scotland and the UK. How, over the past 40 years, has this question gone from a fringe idea to dominating British politics?
For seven weeks Hamas rockets roared over the border into Israel while Israeli bombs pounded Gaza. Panorama's Jane Corbin goes deep into the underground tunnels where battles have been fought to investigate the war that has devastated Gaza.
3,000 babies are stillborn each year in the UK, one of the worst rates in the developed world. Paul Kenyon meets the clinicians who claim that lives could be saved with simple and cheap interventions that hospitals appear slow to adopt.
UKIP have shaken up British politics attracting disillusioned voters and defecting MP's. Darragh MacIntyre asks if their charismatic leader, Nigel Farage, is really any different from the politicians that he challenges?
Mazher Mahmood has exposed a large number of scandals whilst posing as 'the fake sheik' for a national newspaper. But after Mahmood was branded a liar in a British court recently, Panorama investigates his methods.