A rare view from inside a care home as coronavirus locks down the nation, and Shu Lin explores the impact of Covid-19 on the Chinese community. Show more
Investigating claims by women that they had controversial surgery which has left them with long-term health problems. And the Bristol volunteers helping migrants in Greece. Show more
Inside Out West investigates the stories that matter in the west of England.
Sally Magnusson investigates concerns about poor standards of care for those with dementia and Ian Botham speaks about his late father's struggle with the illness. Show more
Stories from around the region.
Seb Choudhury meets the Bristol family who say they have been driven to the edge after years of disability abuse and we explore the growing use of dash cam footage. Show more
Rachel Stonehouse explores the rise in sexually transmitted infections among older people and Seb Choudhury meets some modern-day witches. Show more
An investigation into the violent gangs running phone lines where you can order in drugs, like ordering a pizza. Plus the men who adore My Little Pony.
Presented by Seb Choudhury. Inside Out explores how cutting-edge bionic technology is changing lives, and we meet the young twitcher tempting city dwellers into the countryside. Show more
A special programme which reflects on the shocking events which gripped Gloucester - and the world - 25 years ago when Fred West confessed to murdering his daughter Heather.
In his first BBC TV interview, former Wiltshire detective Steve Fulcher explains why he put his career on the line in the Becky Godden murder investigation. Show more
The programme recounts one woman's transgender journey as told through the eyes of her family. Plus how one village has been united by making poppies for Armistice Day. Show more
Inside Out investigates eco-anxiety, from the birth strikers to the psychotherapist helping people overwhelmed with worry about the future of the planet. Show more
Jonathan Gibson investigates how exhaust fumes at drive through restaurants could be putting workers’ health at risk. And we go through the keyhole in Bristol’s poshest house share. Show more
We talk to firefighters suffering from cancer and ask whether enough is being done to protect them from harmful toxins left behind on their clothes and equipment. Show more
Seb Choudhury exposes just how easy it is to get contraband into Bristol Prison and we follow the university students in Bristol desperately
seeking accommodation. Show more
Seb Choudhury investigates the death of a man at sea during the Clipper round-the-world yacht race while Rachel Stonehouse examines later-life motherhood. Show more
Alastair McKee investigates how getting your haircut could be more dangerous than you thought, and John Maguire meets the Bristol University team developing a wind powered car. Show more
Josie d'Arby explores the secret HQ of Britain's wartime resistance fighters. Plus, Dave Harvey investigates controversial plans to produce power from palm trees at Avonmouth. Show more