Page last updated at 09:07 GMT, Wednesday, 12 January 2011
PANORAMA DECEMBER 17
As British troops hand over security control in southern Iraq, Panorama asks what sort of place will British troops be leaving behind.
PANORAMA DECEMBER 10
Jane Corbin returns to Iraq as Britain hands over security control for Basra Province and tells the story of the last British fight in southern Iraq.
PANORAMA DECEMBER 03
Panorama reveals that anti-psychotic drugs frequently prescribed to treat dementia patients could shorten lives and, if used over long periods, don't work.
PANORAMA NOVEMBER 19
Gerry McCann speaks in a personal video of his belief that his family was watched in the days before his daughter vanished.
PANORAMA NOVEMBER 12
Content on this page has been removed after a complaint was upheld about this programme.
PANORAMA SPECIAL NOVEMBER 05
Panorama follows a unit of British soldiers in Afghanistan during a tour that ended with one of them dead and 12 seriously wounded.
PANORAMA OCTOBER 29
An investigation into the conviction of Barry George for the murder of Jill Dando has cast doubt on the evidence central to the prosecution Raphael Rowe reports.
PANORAMA SPECIAL OCTOBER 25
The Panorama Special tells the extraordinary story of the BBC correspondent's 114 days held in captivity by the Army of Islam in Gaza.
PANORAMA OCTOBER 22
Panorama's Andrew Jennings investigates new allegations against Fifa officials and asks if Fifa ethics chief Seb Coe can expect 'fair play' from the rulers of the beautiful game.
PANORAMA OCTOBER 15
Panorama asks whether the US is ready for a black president. Barack Obama has been described as a political sensation - but can he overcome racial divisions?
PANORAMA OCTOBER 08
Panorama finds out if the mis-selling of mortgages to those with bad credit records could cause a financial crisis in Britain.
PANORAMA OCTOBER 01
Panorama talks to Shiraz Maher, a former member of the Muslim extremist group Hizb ut-Tahrir which campaigns for an Islamic state.
PANORAMA SEPTEMBER 24
A specially commissioned opinion poll for Panorama has revealed that two thirds of people would be in favour of a national DNA database.
PANORAMA SEPTEMBER 17
Police officers tell Panorama how paperwork and pressure to meet government targets is making it harder to do their job.
PANORAMA SEPTEMBER 10
Panorama reports on the hazardous journey of 27 migrants trying to get to Europe from Africa and discovers how criminal gangs are cashing in on people trafficking.
PANORAMA SEPTEMBER 03
Britain's booming, says Gordon Brown - so how come so many young people can't - or won't - get jobs? Panorama meets four young men from Swindon trying to break the habit of unemployment.
PANORAMA AUGUST 30
For 18 months a Panorama undercover team has been operating alongside hard-core dog-fighting gangs in the UK and Europe, capturing on camera the savagery of organised dog-fights.
PANORAMA AUGUST 20
Six weeks after the release of Alan Johnston, Panorama returns to Gaza to examine what has become of the place now the world has looked away again.
PANORAMA AUGUST 13
As the number of youths killed on the streets of London this year rises, with more victims across the country, Panorama profiles two 15-year-old boys on the fringe of gang culture.
PANORAMA AUGUST 06
Panorama asks how much the floods have cost the UK and how much more we are prepared to spend to defend the country from future downpours.
PANORAMA JULY 30
Police chiefs urge websites to remove violent video footage of children fighting, following a BBC probe.
PANORAMA JULY 23
Panorama's Richard Bilton goes to the immigration hotspot of Slough where new arrivals pitch up daily and the local council says it can't balance its books.
PANORAMA JULY 16
Panorama returns to some of the stories it has covered over the last year to find out What Happened Next?
PANORAMA JULY 10
Does the tagging of offenders work? Panorama featured the cases of three offenders convicted of murder or manslaughter while on a tag.
PANORAMA JULY 09
People who tackled the bombers on 21 July speak to Panorama about their heroic actions.
PANORAMA JULY 02
A couple who had three children taken into care after allegations of abuse, have been cleared of the charges and allowed to keep their fourth child.
PANORAMA JUNE 25
As Gordon Brown asks for the nation's trust, John Ware examines the next prime minister's record on the truth.
PANORAMA JUNE 18
We took TV's computer and games consoles away from seven and eight year olds for two weeks.
PANORAMA JUNE 11
Reporter Jane Corbin tells how Panorama finally uncovered the story behind the al-Yamamah arms deal with Saudi Arabia.
PANORAMA JUNE 04
An RAF whistleblower has told BBC Panorama about deep concerns among servicemen about the state of the UK's fleet of Nimrod spyplanes.
PANORAMA MAY 28
John Ware meets Ann Hathaway, wife of one of Sicily's most powerful Mafiosi as she prepares to return to her native North-West to start a new life.
PANORAMA MAY 21
As more than half of Britain's schools embrace Wi-Fi, Panorama investigates whether the new technology poses any potential health risks.
PANORAMA MAY 14
The battleground is You Tube and Scientology's weapon is a clip of Panorama reporter John Sweeney losing it.
PANORAMA MAY 07
Panorama investigates the growing segregation between Muslim Asians and whites in UK towns and cities.
PANORAMA MAY 03
Undercover Panorama reporter, Hayley Cutts, reveals the acute problems she found on maternity wards.
PANORAMA APRIL 30
Since the transmission of this programme, Jamaican police have attributed the death of Bob Woolmer to natural causes.
Panorama's Peter Taylor reveals the truth behind what MI5 really knew about two of the 2005 London bombers - and asks if they could be stopped.
APRIL 23 2007
GMTV suspends phone-ins after a BBC investigation finds callers have been defrauded out of millions of pounds.
PANORAMA APRIL 16
Panorama investigates the reality of life behind bars in one of the UK's increasing number of private prisons.
PANORAMA APRIL 02
Safety checks at a hotel bungalow where two children died were 'not made by a gas expert', BBC Panorama learns.
PANORAMA MARCH 26
AWOL soldiers tell BBC Panorama the army fails to help them cope with the traumas of serving in Iraq.
PANORAMA MARCH 13
Panorama reveals that British soldiers suspected of torturing Iraqi civilian detainees were not brought to justice.
PANORAMA MARCH 12
The UK is 15 years behind the US in preventing attacks and murders by stalkers, BBC's Panorama is told.
PANORAMA MARCH 05
We are told climate change is the biggest threat facing the world but is there anything the average family can do about it? The Rowlatts "went green" for an entire year.
PANORAMA FEBRUARY 26
Violence and abuse against staff costs the NHS more than £100m a year in extra security, absenteeism, training of staff and legal bills.
PANORAMA FEBRUARY 19
The armed forces minister has said the government should have acted sooner to deal with the backlog of inquests for soldiers killed in Iraq.
PANORAMA FEBRUARY 12
Older people were put at risk in two substandard nursing homes, according to the regulator for homes in England. A whistleblower describes the "mental torture" of residents by staff to Panorama.
FEBRUARY 5 2006
A Home Office minister has suggested people "distract" potential criminals while waiting for police to arrive and intervene. Tony McNulty MP agreed that jumping up and down could help.
PANORAMA JANUARY 29
Secret emails reveal that the UK's biggest drug company distorted trial results of an anti-depressant, covering up a link with suicide in teenagers.
PANORAMA JANUARY 22
The Kremlin has angrily branded Alexander Litvinenko's widow Marina a "liar" following comments she has made in her interview for Panorama.
PANORAMA JANUARY 15
Police officers have made unannounced visits to two clinics run by Britain's most successful test-tube baby doctor.