The BBC's on-air editors answer more challenging questions. Can Northern Ireland ever resolve its troubled past? Should young people forget university and set up in business? Show more
A year after Panorama exposed the violent abuse patients suffered at the Winterbourne View hospital, Alison Holt investigates if society's most vulnerable are any better protected. Show more
Alison Holt investigates the grooming and sexual exploitation of children which has devastated lives in the South Yorkshire town of Rotherham for more than twenty years. Show more
Using secret filming and exclusive research into the mortality rates of care and nursing homes for the elderly in England, Panorama exposes the pain of poor care and neglect. Show more
It's nearly a year since a damning report into sexual exploitation revealed the abuse of 1400 children in Rotherham. Panorama reporter Alison Holt returns to the town. Show more
Panorama reveals the failings of our social care system, as our population gets older and more of us need help with day-to-day living. Show more
Andrew Neil and Alison Holt are joined by leading politicians to debate welfare reform, employment and pensions.
Reporter Alison Holt has further revelations on the case of Baby P, the baby boy who died while under the care of social workers in Haringey, London.
Panorama investigates what life can be like inside the world of elderly care with the aid of undercover filming, and asks if parts of the system are letting down a generation. Show more
Parents face jail if courts find them guilty of harming babies by shaking them. Alison Holt talks to a neuropathologist at the centre of a fight about the diagnosis of shaking. Show more
Panorama follows the unfolding tragedy in care homes as they struggle to protect residents against Covid-19. Alison Holt asks if they were left to fight the virus alone. Show more
With more and more care homes closing, and a national shortage of carers, Panorama meets vulnerable people threatened with selling their homes to pay for their care. Show more
Panorama reveals the controversial video-taped interview with the mother of Baby P and asks whether crucial warning signs were missed. Show more
This edition looks at shaken baby syndrome/non-accidental head injuries, Stef Penney's new novel, chartered engineer Clare Lavelle, and The Sewing Group at the Royal Court. Show more
Tens of thousands of elderly people live in care homes owned by international investors. Panorama asks how much money is being taken out of the system.