Hard-hitting investigations. Chris Moore examines the life of murderer Robert Black, who was jailed for killing Jennifer Cardy and three other girls. Show more
Eyewitness accounts recall the events of July 21 1972, when the IRA detonated a series of car bombs across Belfast which resulted in nine fatalities and over 100 injured. Show more
Stephen Nolan meets those whose lives have been changed unexpectedly. He spends time with Leah Batchelor, who survived locked-in syndrome brought on by a stroke. Show more
Cameras are granted access to the family of murdered Newry pensioner Maire Rankin as they endure the harrowing experience of sitting through the trial of their mother's killer. Show more
Eamonn Holmes narrates a documentary that looks at a controversial series of adverts produced by the Northern Ireland Office during the last 10 years of the Troubles. Show more
Mandy McAuley concludes a two-part report on how Stormont politicians have spent hundreds of thousands of pounds of taxpayers' money.
After the death in prison custody in England of serial sexual predator and murderer Robert Howard, Darragh MacIntyre asks why the authorities in Northern Ireland couldn't stop him.
In the first of a two-part report, Mandy McAuley looks at how Stormont politicians have spent hundreds of thousands of taxpayers' money. Show more
Stephen Nolan explores the stigma surrounding depression, examines the science behind it and meets those battling this potentially life-threatening condition. Show more
Lifting the lid on Northern Ireland's criminal underbelly. The PSNI's Organised Crime Branch tackle a case of human trafficking for the sex trade in Northern Ireland.
Hard-hitting investigations on the major stories affecting life in Northern Ireland. Chris Moore reports on how scammers conned a pensioner out of her life savings. Show more
An investigation on a man who armed the IRA during the ceasefire, and revelations about a Republican at the heart of the peace process accused of ordering guns. Show more
Hard-hitting investigations on the major stories affecting life in Northern Ireland. This edition looks at how Northern Irish people are responding to the Syrian refugee crisis. Show more
Reporter Declan Lawn meets people affected by the recent upsurge in dissident Republican violence and investigates whether support for dissidents is growing in Republican areas.
Ciaran Tracey examines proposals to pay a pension to victims severely injured in the Troubles and asks if they will include former paramilitaries.
Conor Spackman investigates the delay in redeveloping Casement Park in west Belfast and asks if safety concerns can be resolved. Show more
Hard-hitting investigations. Enda McClafferty investigates the scale of electricity fraud across the country and discovers what it means for customers. Show more
The parents of Paul McCauley talk about the battle to get justice for their son who died after enduring nine years trapped in a vegetative state, following a sectarian attack. Show more
Enda McClafferty investigates businessman Francois de Dietrich who is suspected of perpetrating a multimillion-pound investment scam. Show more
Incisive investigations. The battle of the McCauley family to get justice for their son Paul, who has been in a coma following a sectarian beating.