On June 26, 2015, 38 tourists, 30 of them British, were gunned down in a terror attack on a Tunisian beach; extraordinary stories of suffering and heroism.
Tulip Mazumdar tracks down women and girls who've escaped from Boko Haram.
Tom Martienssen returns to Nepal after the second devastating earthquake to discover how the country is coping amid continuing aftershocks.
A new generation of GM foods is winning over governments and former critics of the technology; a report on whether those who oppose GM are doing more harm than good and if their opposition is based on genuine safety concerns or is just feeding fear.
Paul Kenyon travels to the border area between Sudan and Eritrea, where 4000 migrants cross each month trying to escape Africa's most secretive rogue state, as he investigates the world's most dangerous migration route.
Exploring how the two brothers, raised and educated in the US, could become radicalized.
Investigating the true personal cost of war to British soldiers haunted by the trauma.
Exploring if the Scottish Government knew enough about Donald Trump before saying yes to his planning proposal.
An American doctor claims he can cure cancer.
Lobbying practices in the UK are revealed and raise serious questions about their standards.
Investigating what really happens in Islamic religious courts.
How key aspects of secret intelligence based on fabrication, wishful thinking and lies were used by Downing Street and the White House.
Reporter Richard Bilton investigates the bonus culture that drove one of our biggest banks.
Panorama investigates the Afghan police force.
Investigating immigration in the UK.
A look into the secretive world of the Barclay twins.
Panorama uncovers the world of tax evasion.
Panorama goes to Waziristan to see why its victims are seeking justice in the British courts.
John Humphrys meets some ordinary Greeks to investigate the Country's economic crisis.
A look at the revolutionary efforts made to help severely brain injured patients communicate.
A special program investigating the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal and how aware the BBC were.
Powerful lobby groups.
Investigating the Israeli teens taking their own brand of revenge on Palestinians.
Investigating Joseph Kony, one of Africa's most bizarre and brutal leaders, who hides from justice somewhere in the vast jungles of Africa.
Evidence of racist violence and anti-Semitism at Polish and Ukrainian football events.
The case of Madeleine McCann the last hope of finding out what happened?
BBC reporter Paul Wood reports on the rise and brutal suppression of the uprising in Homs.
With one and a half million American children now homeless, how can our school age children go hungry in the richest country.
The Stephen Lawrence case reveals the untold story of the murder that changed Britain.
The inside story of the Russian spy that never was.
How Britain policy could survive the economic crisis.
The truth behind the riots.
The truth behind the children begging on Britain's streets.
Colonel Gaddafi dies weeks after being forced from power.
Telling the story of the people of Syria struggling against President Assad.
Returning to Japan six months on after the world's most devastating tsunamis.
Evidence of torture camps and widescale killings in Zimbabwe's Marange diamond fields.
Living in the anarchy of Somalia.
The illegal market in electronic waste; re-cycling companies whose green credentials may not be all they claim.
Allegations of corruption.
Electing a new President of FIFA.
The full story of how America tracked down the world's most wanted man, Osama bin Laden.
Vigilantes and undercover police fight for control in a tense and terrifying struggle for power.
US Marines patrolled the Sangin district of Afghanistan.
An investigation uncovers disturbing evidence that some children are being exposed to extremist preachers, fundamentalist Islamic groups and lessons with hate on the curriculum.
Secrets of the Church of Scientology.
Operation Sea Breeze.
From obesity to drinking alcohol, uncovering the root causes of preventable child health problems.
Evidence is uncovered of palm oil companies cutting down trees illegally and developing plantations on protected land in the rainforest of Borneo.
Migrants seek a better life in Europe.
The dangerous illegal immigration route out of Africa.
How battlefield trauma of the Vietnam War, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, now ends up in British motor insurance claims, workplace accidents and school bullying.
Weather or not British presence has made the lives of Afghan women any better.
Investigating whether the interrogation techniques used by the Bush admin after 9/11 broke American and international law.
Concerns about stem cell technology safety and regulation.
Taliban rule in Pakistan's Swat Valley has left shootings, beheadings and the burning of schools in its wake.
Texas billionaire Allen Stanford charmed his way into the heart of English cricket and people's wallets.
What the conflict in Gaza means for the region's future.
Relatives of those killed in the 9/11 attacks what they think about President Bush's "war against terror."
A look at some of the most memorable investigations from the past 12 months and what happened after the programmes aired.
Feargal Keane goes undercover in Zimbabwe, revealing a country brought to the brink of collapse by the tyranny of Robert Mugabe.
The "neo-conservatives" are small group who critics believe have hijacked the White House.
Jane Corbin reports from Basara on how the people of Iraq are shaping their future after the recent conflict.
Questions concerning the war in Iraq are answered.
The latest news from the front lines in Iraq.
SAS British Army patrol is dropped behind enemy lines in order to sabotage Iraqi scud missiles.
The United States and Britain seek to justify war with Iraq.
The arguments against war with Iraq from critics on both sides of the Atlantic.
A look at the lack of legal protection for unmarried couples who live together.
A report examines whether those responsible for bombings in Bali are linked to al-Qaida.
The rise in suicides among young men in Britain prompts an investigation.
An investigation uncovered corruption in the sport of horseracing and questioned whether the Jockey Club should regulate the sport.
Michael Crick investigates the former politian's life.
How the intelligence services covered up the secrets of their war in Northern Ireland.
The controversy about gun ownership in the United States.
Examining what has been gained in the battle against the al Qaeda terrorist network. With Jane Corbin.
Investigation into allegations that members of the British security forces helped known terrorists.
John Ware investigates allegations against members of the British security forces.
International arms inspectors seek to destroy Saddam Hussein's arsenal of weapons.
An alarming look at the vulnerability of the Internet and computer systems throughout Britain and North America.
The strength of the Russian mafia.
A report on the uneasy peace in Kabul, Afghanistan.
An undercover investigation by Paul Kenyon reveals the exploitation of illegal workers in British food processing factories.
Examining claims that the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine may be responsible for causing autism in children.
How to deal with children who are victims of bad parenting.
Harvesting of organs from children who've died.
The alarming increase in the prescription of psychiatric drugs to young children.
An investigation on the competition between scientists in America, Britain and the Far East to clone the first human baby.
Medicinal uses of marijuana.
New insights on the war against terrorism and its impact across the Islamic world.
Some 4 million South Africans are HIV positive with 1,700 more infected daily.
Insight and investigation into events shaping the world since the terrorist attacks on America.
Reporters investigate the events surrounding the terrorist attack on America.
Accuracy of fingerprinting.
Two who murdered a little child when they were 10 are released at the age of 18.
A report on "economy class syndrome", the clotting of blood during long flights due to lack of movement.
An examination of the government's record on public services and the economy.
An investigation into match-fixing in international cricket.
David Lomax examines the devastation left in the wake of the worst British floods in living memory.
A report on the infamous Feltham young offenders institution.
An investigation into the rise of the Hindujas brothers and their connections with British politicians.
International smuggling of rare and exotic animals.
A global police operation to hunt down members of an international paedophile ring.
The continuing crisis on Britain's railways.
Effects of the Bush presidency.
The methods of obtaining evidence in sexual abuse cases are investigated.
A police detective discusses corruption in the force.
Factors that can change the weather; effects of climate change.
Reality shows are examined.
Child abuse scandals in the Roman Catholic Church in Wales.
The increase in robbery among young people is investigated.
Inside tactics of a presidential campaign.
The controversy surrounding a biological weapon being developed to destroy crops related to heroin production.
How the drinks industry drove a legal coach and horses through the liquor licensing system.
British au pair Louise Woodward.
As the Iranian people prepare to elect a president, reporter Jane Corbin asks whether U.S. President Barack Obama's recent plea for greater diplomacy will be heeded.