Welsh investigative series
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Why teens are still falling pregnant despite the availability of the morning-after pill.
Ciaran Jenkins investigates the party drugs readily available in Wales.
How rescuers and emergency services dealt with last week's mining tragedy.
Foreign students are taught how to lie and cheat their way to a UK visa.
Will the government will be able to wean people off sickness benefit and into work?
Week in Week Out follows families forced to sell up in order to pay nursing home fees.
Frances Donovan follows Swansea police's crackdown on heroin dealers in the city.
Week In, Week Out speaks to a family that experienced tragic and violent events.
Gareth Jones reports on the plight of a woman who may be forced to move from her home.
Jane Harvey investigates the unsolved murder of Welsh private detective Daniel Morgan.
How a cash-strapped Welsh council is coping with job losses and a move.
As the Six Nations starts, Gareth Lewis examines the state of the Welsh professional game.
Gareth Jones catches up with Zac Smith, who hoped to lose 30 stones following surgery.
The problem of stray and abandoned horses, and the cost of their welfare to the nation.
Penny Roberts investigates the collapse of Britain's biggest police corruption trial.
Gareth Williams died in a locked bag in a bath. Was his death covered up?
Penny Roberts reports on the plight of Cardiff Airport.
An interview with Liam Stacey, whose Tweets about Fabrice Muamba landed him in jail.
How will plans to save millions of pounds from the health budget affect ordinary people?
Jane Harvey reports on the dramatic rise in renting homes in Wales.
Following one woman's struggle to get her dying mother the right to NHS-funded care.
Dr Heather Skinner asks what can be done to halt the decline in high street shopping.
The families of the men who died at the Gleision coal mine speak about the tragedy.
Week in Week Out has spent months investigating an Islamic extremist group in Cardiff.
A look at the damning report about how a local council handled a neighbours' dispute.
Tim Rogers investigates claims that government policy puts Wales at risk of more flooding.
Tim Rogers investigates the problem of asbestos in schools.
Will a change in the law provide a solution to Wales's human organ donation shortage?
The diabetes awareness-raising campaign of David Joseph's bereaved family.
How police are attempting to crack down on the trade in the drug mephedrone.
Tim Rogers investigates what the upcoming NHS changes could mean for those in Wales.
How Chris O'Neill was able to gamble away tens of thousands of pounds of public money.
Tim Rogers joins the UK Border Agency as they tackle sham marriages across Wales.
Will the latest government scheme to tackle an increasing level of truancy work?
Week in Week Out investigates the measles outbreak in South Wales.
Tim Rogers investigates the nation's dependency on medication.
As Mark Bridger is found guilty of the murder of April Jones, the team investigates.
Speaking to families involved in the UK's biggest investigation into nursing home abuse.
The row over councils having to build more places for gypsies and travellers to live in.
Vincent Kane returns to Wales to deliver his verdict on the Welsh economy.
A special debate on the state of the NHS in Wales.
Tim Rogers joins housing officers as they make the rounds to collect on the bedroom tax.
Tim Rogers examines whether dieting does more harm than good.
How a Welsh military charity is dealing with veterans with PTSD.
Investigating road rage, as shocking images of the phenomenon are posted online.
Have authorities failed to protect homeowners from the impact of recent floods?
Tim Rogers travels around the country to assess the damage wrought by the recent storms.
Investigating claims that Ian Watkins was known to the police years before he was caught.
Following 85-year-old Eira and her friends as they attempt to save their local day centre.
The programme gains unique access to a school fighting to avoid closure.
Are the millions of pounds of public money being spent on the circuit of Wales justified?
Tim Rogers reports on the dramatic rise in dog attacks.
How an undercover police operation that caught a prison-based drugs gang.
Merrill Matthews returns to discover if anyone heeded his advice about the welfare system.
Examining MP Ann Clwyd's claims about the way the NHS is run in Wales.
A report on Islamic extremism in Cardiff and how to tackle radicalisation.
A look at the failure of council bosses to act to stop paedophile youth worker Mik Smith.
Tim Rogers returns to track the progress of Zac Smith, Wales's biggest slimmer.
Talking to families of patients at a hospital at the centre of a police investigation.
Does rugby have a secret drug problem? The sport has more players banned than any other.
How lessons are being offered to help people falsely claim student loans and grants.
How the police uncovered a huge motor insurance fraud perpetrated by a Blackwood family.
How once-homeless student Jacob Lewis managed to win a place at Cambridge.
The implications of underestimating the threat of winter storms for Welsh homeowners.
A group of women fight to rid Wales's most deprived estate of its unenviable reputation.
A woman attempts to rescue her mother living in Aleppo.
Robbie Savage finds out what can go wrong on the platforms used by billions.
Is money used to implement laws aimed at protecting the Welsh language being well spent?
The fight for the truth about the death of Cheryl James at the Deepcut army barracks.
Tim Rogers investigates why so many GPs in Wales are quitting.
Tim Rogers learns how the decision to leave the EU has divided the nation.
Ex-Wales striker Dean Saunders looks at how Wales can continue its footballing success.
Tim Rogers investigates the company behind the Circuit of Wales.
Following three families over a month as they struggle with monthly rubbish collections.
Derek Brockway investigates sepsis, the condition which killed his dad Cliff last year.
Mark Hutchings investigates whether animal sanctuaries are looking after animals properly.
How did chronic overcrowding on Arriva Trains Wales arise, and can it be fixed?
India Pollock looks at what can be done to prevent deaths on Welsh roads.
What is life like for families living on Wales's most polluted streets?
Should drug users be dealt with mainly by the NHS instead of the police?
Sian Lloyd uncovers a recruitment crisis in the care industry.
Actor Ian Puleston-Davies speaks about his OCD and talks to fellow sufferers.
India Pollock investigates the story of a Welsh council who took a school girl into care.
Examining the tactics used by some undercover groups to catch paedophiles.