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What happened next?
Panorama: What happened next?
Panorama: What happened next? was broadcast on BBC One on Sunday, 13 July, 2003 at 22:15 BST.

In the last programme in the summer run, Panorama returns to some of the stories covered in the last year and asks: what happened next?

Over the last year Panorama's journalists have broken new ground with investigations from around the world, including subjects as diverse as the food scandal involving doctored chicken.

The secrets of Seroxat - one of the UK's favourite anti depressants - and the award-winning investigation into collusion between the British security services and Loyalist killers in Northern Ireland.

In What Happened Next?, Panorama examines how these programmes have prompted change in many of the areas investigated.

Production team:
Producer: Eleanor Plowden
Assistant Producers: Rebecca Woodward, Howard Bradburn
Deputy Editors: Andy Bell, Sam Collyns
Editor: Mike Robinson

Panorama: What happened next?

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