Alex Riley, the BBC's connoisseur of rubbish food, is back on the search for more disgusting fare, and sets out to unearth the horrors that could be in his meaty snacks.
Alex Riley is on the hunt for the most disgusting dairy product. He discovers cheap nasty dairy substitutes and that even milk, the purest dairy product, has its unpalatable side. Show more
Investigation series. Alex Riley sets out to find the ultimate nasty fish dish and, amid the cheap, codless fish fingers and fake prawns, unearths a fishy world of waste.
Documentary in which Rebecca Wilcox investigates carbon dioxide emissions, finding out if the energy and aviation companies are as green as they seem or just full of hot air. Show more
Alex Riley dips a toe into the murky waters of the drinks industry. He makes cheap plonk and dresses it up as fine wine, and tries some cheap superstrength lager. Show more
Justin Rowlatt and Anita Rani investigate how safe poorly maintained cars are at high speeds, hear survivor stories, take an expert look at black-spots and more. Show more
Alex Riley is on the trail of the global food and drink giants, travelling the world to find where they've come from and how they make us keep on buying them. Show more
Alex Riley explores the world of the technology superbrands - how they get us to buy their stuff, trust and even idolise them - and meets the geeks who are inventing the future. Show more
Alex Riley rounds up his favourite worst bits from the Britain's Really Disgusting Food series, as well as coming up with some new disgusting gourmet moments. Show more
Why are we so fat? Becca Wilcox sets out to find the real culprits behind Britain's obesity epidemic, the secret feeders who make fat profits from ever-expanding waistlines. Show more
Fashion novice Alex Riley dives into the world of clothing superbrands to find out how these billion dollar global organisations have invaded our wardrobes and our minds. Show more