Page last updated at 10:13 GMT, Friday, 1 July 2011 11:13 UK
PANORAMA 22 DECEMBER
The BBC's business editor Robert Peston reflects on a cataclysmic year for our banks and our economy, and his role in the turbulence.
PANORAMA 15 DECEMBER
Jane Corbin journeys to Pakistan's remote tribal region to report on how tackling the insurgency there hold the key to security over here.
PANORAMA 8 DECEMBER
Veteran Scottish politician and Parkinson's sufferer Margo MacDonald examines the case for assisted suicide.
PANORAMA 4 DECEMBER
A Panorama special giving the inside story on the kidnap that never was.
PANORAMA 1 DECEMBER
Panorama reports on how the government is overruling local concerns to give the go ahead to more and more opencast mines.
PANORAMA 24 NOVEMBER
Sorious Samura asks why despite £400bn of aid being poured into Africa so many are still living in poverty.
PANORAMA 17 NOVEMBER
A six-month investigation reveals the mistakes and missed opportunities leading to the death of Baby P.
PANORAMA 10 NOVEMBER
A look at the tough tactics lenders are using to get their money back and why some people are refusing to pay.
PANORAMA 3 NOVEMBER
The BBC's Afghanistan correspondent Alastair Leithead assesses whether the war can be won.
PANORAMA 27 OCTOBER
A look at how much information is held on each of us, if it is secure and whether we can reduce our data trail.
PANORAMA 20 OCTOBER
Panorama investigates the growing gulf between Russia and the West.
PANORAMA 16 OCTOBER
A one-hour live programme on the financial turbulence battering the UK economy. Throughout the programme your questions were answered by the BBC's business editor Robert Peston.
PANORAMA 13 OCTOBER
Matt Frei reveals how an inexperienced senator rose to the threshold of the White House only to be stopped in his tracks by an even more unlikely contender.
PANORAMA 6 OCTOBER
Five years after going undercover to reveal racism in Britain's police, Mark Daly is back to see if the situation has changed.
PANORAMA 29 SEPTEMBER
Nick Robinson takes David Cameron to Birmingham to face undecided voters.
PANORAMA 22 SEPTEMBER
Panorama looks at a week of economic turmoil after the collapse of Lehman Brothers and asks what happens now?
PANORAMA 15 SEPTEMBER
Secret intelligence raises questions about whether the Omagh bombing could have been stopped.
PANORAMA 9 SEPTEMBER
In Terror in the Skies? Panorama reporter and al-Qaeda authority Peter Taylor gave a detailed explanation of the bomb plot - who was involved, how it unfolded, and how the intelligence services worked to avert disaster.
PANORAMA 8 SEPTEMBER
Panorama examines new efforts to protect the Amazon rainforest by making it more valuable alive than dead.
PANORAMA 1 SEPTEMBER
Panorama goes behind the headlines to find out how the credit crunch is affecting people on the ground.
PANORAMA 25 AUGUST
Panorama asks the question what is Britishness and why is the government suddenly inviting us to celebrate it.
PANORAMA 18 AUGUST
Panorama explores how your location determines what drugs you receive.
PANORAMA 11 AUGUST
Writer Bill Bryson reports on his outrage at the way people treat Britain like a rubbish tip and looks at how we can clean up our act.
PANORAMA 4 AUGUST
Ahead of the Olympics Panorama reporter John Sweeney went to China to test the government's promise of more openness.
PANORAMA 30 JULY
Panorama reveals practices which mean that ordinary punters laying a bet sometimes never have a chance of winning.
PANORAMA 28 JULY
Panorama reports on how high fuel prices are affecting all of us and at what we might do to kick our oil addiction.
PANORAMA 21 JULY
Panorama investigates allegations that the government has been in cahoots with BAA over the expansion of Heathrow Airport.
PANORAMA 14 JULY
After months investigating China's covert arms trade, Panorama provides the first evidence of how China is arming Sudan's killers, all for the sake of oil.
PANORAMA 07 JULY
As the National Health Service marks 60 years, Panorama: NHS for Sale asks how secure its public funding is as the role of the private sector increases.
PANORAMA 30 JUNE
Panorama comes face to face with young gunmen in an investigation into the rise of armed teenage street gangs.
PANORAMA 23 JUNE
Clothing chain Primark sacks three of its Indian suppliers after a Panorama investigation shows child labour may have been used to finish the clothes.
PANORAMA 10 JUNE
Panorama investigates claims that as much as $23bn (£11.75bn) may have been lost, stolen or not properly accounted for in Iraq.
PANORAMA 09 JUNE
Panorama revisits the Grenadier Guards who fought on the frontline in Afghanistan last summer and asks what happened after Taking on the Taleban.
PANORAMA 02 JUNE
Richard Bilton reports on the unrealistic property dream and meets struggling UK homeowners around the country.
PANORAMA 26 MAY
How Panorama helped expose a paedophile using the internet to groom teenage girls for sex.
PANORAMA 19 MAY
Shelley Jofre investigates whether the Government can really hope to achieve its aim of getting a million people off the sick and back into work within the next eight years.
PANORAMA 12 MAY
As 11-year-old across England begin their SATs tests at school, Panorama asks whether schoolchildren are facing too much exam pressure.
PANORAMA 05 MAY
Panorama investigates claims that unsuitable and dangerous convicts are being sent to open prisons to help solve the overcrowding crisis.
PANORAMA 28 APRIL
Panorama talks to ex-militia leaders accused of murdering men, women and children. They now face war crimes charges.
PANORAMA 27 APRIL
The superbug c.difficile is rife in our hospitals. Sally Magnusson reveals how sloppy hygiene, understaffing and overcrowded wards contributed to its spread.
PANORAMA 21 APRIL
Can polluted air on board planes damage your health? Panorama carries out its own tests to discover just what's in the air we breathe when we fly.
PANORAMA 14 APRIL
BBC Business presenter Declan Curry asks if Britain has what it takes to weather the storm of the global forces buffeting our economy.
PANORAMA 07 APRIL
Ten years on from the Good Friday Agreement, Declan Lawn returns to Northern Ireland to see how far lives have changed.
PANORAMA 31 MARCH
As police continue their investigations into allegations of abuse at Haute de la Garenne, Panorama looks at claims of abuse at a second home.
PANORAMA 27 MARCH
Girls as young as 12 are being sold for sex by organised gangs on the streets of Britain, Gerry Northam investigates for Panorama.
PANORAMA 10 MARCH
Panorama's John Sweeney investigates the row behind Shaken Baby Syndrome following the conviction of childminder Keran Henderson.
PANORAMA 03 MARCH
Richard Bilton looks at the dilemma of whether to tackle vandals and teenage gangs or to surrender the streets and thus create more victims.
PANORAMA 25 FEBRUARY
Panorama investigates allegations of abuse by the British Army against former Iraqi prisoners who are now claiming compensation.
PANORAMA 18 FEBRUARY
Tom Heap sets out to discover if the popularity of bottled water is a triumph of marketing over common sense.
PANORAMA 11 FEBRUARY
Fergal Keane witnessed the end of apartheid. He returns to South Africa for Panorama, to find out what happened to the hope from that time.
PANORAMA 04 FEBRUARY
Panorama discovers how the buy-to-let dream for some investors has turned into a nightmare.
PANORAMA 28 JANUARY
Alex James confessed to spending a million pounds on champagne and cocaine in his Blur years. He travels to Colombia to see the damage caused by the drug.
PANORAMA 21 JANUARY
Panorama goes undercover in Britain's security industry and discovers criminals continue to operate in the business.
PANORAMA 14 JANUARY
Panorama's Paul Kenyon follows one of the most dangerous illegal immigration routes into Europe. A route used by thousands of migrants seeking a better life.
PANORAMA 07 JANUARY
On Monday we update our film 'One Click from Danger' from earlier this year about internet paedophiles exploiting vulnerable youngsters online.