Jon Cuthill and the team explore the realities of living with dementia, investigate if care homes can help and hear from those who have been diagnosed with the condition. Show more
Exactly how much oil is there in the Weald? Plus the programme investigates the growing trade in human milk, and Jon Cuthill reveals some of the south's champion trees. Show more
Jon Cuthill investigates an underperforming coach company with huge debts and Professor Anna Meredith looks at research into red squirrels affected by leprosy on Brownsea Island. Show more
Joe Crowley meets a family who are living in a Bournemouth B&B in a deprived area. Plus the latest meat scam. Show more
Comedy writer Paul Mayhew-Archer goes in search of a cure for Parkinson's disease, a condition he was diagnosed with in 2011.
Investigating whether Sussex is the perfect place to trial badger-culling. And celebrating the centenary of the first female to pilot a plane in England. Show more
Examining the fate of hundreds of ex-pats who face losing the homes deemed illegal by the Spanish authorities. Plus, Jon Cuthill follows people with face blindness. Show more
Jon Cuthill investigates the state of the region's roads and asks whether pricey PFI's like Portsmouth's are the answer, or are they a blank cheque to financial ruin?
Jon Cuthill meets the sandwich artists who've got a beef with their boss, and help for families on the breadline with food banks and recipes from River Cottage chef Tim Maddams.
Jon Cuthill investigates the NHS funding gap as services in the south look to save over £2 billion in just five years. Show more
Will football help ease tensions between local youths and Gurkhas in Aldershot? And the story of Priddy's Hard, which served as the Royal Navy arsenal for 200 years. Show more
Jon Cuthill visits Weston, one of Southampton's forgotten housing estates to see how hard-pressed families are experiencing child poverty during the downturn.
Jon Cuthill investigates whether pressure from a yacht delivery company led to the loss of three boats and the deaths of five crew.
A year after gauging the performance of high street businesses in Dorchester and Weymouth, Jon Cuthill returns to learn how they are now faring. Show more
An eccentric team of British engineers attempts to break the longest standing land speed record in the world in a steam-powered car built in a shed in Hampshire. Show more
Jon Cuthill looks at what is at stake should the region lose its specialist child heart unit. Plus, the residents of a tower block put the idea of The Big Society to test. Show more
Revealing how much tougher the economic downturn is making the work of High Court enforcement officers. Plus, the rise in keeping African pygmy hedgehogs as pets. Show more
Jon Cuthill investigates internet crime in the region, and explores the ramifications of identity theft. Show more
A return to the investigation which reported on the frail and elderly being targeted by a scam. And the wi-fi refugees who claim mobile phones and broadband are making them ill. Show more
Nick Wallis investigates the row between the Post Office and MPs over the imprisonment of a group of sub-postmasters who claim they were the victims of a faulty computer system. Show more