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University fees - can you beat them? Alvin Hall thinks you can.
Investigating the impact of the Bombardier decision on jobs in Derby.
Is there a future for children's heart surgery in Leicester?
How Leicester reinvented its reputation. And revealing the 'thankful villages'.
We go 'On the Buses' with Anna Karen and the campaigners for better services.
Can Geoff Burch's advice revive the fortunes of the struggling Matlock museum?
TV cameras are allowed into Rampton Secure Hospital.
An ex-detective investigates how policing in the region must change following funding cuts
An investigation into the grooming of vulnerable teenage girls in Derby.
A DJ abstains from alcohol and learns about the impact of alcohol on the body.
The struggle for the over fifties out of work, plus the man who defied Hitler.
The mother of four children killed in a house fire last year speaks of the event.
A report on the rise in production of bootleg alcohol.
How vulnerable are families to online predators?
Superfarms and cheap sausages - the arguments for and against.
Exploring the impact of the rising cost of living in the region.
How the Hampson Foundation offers help to youngsters injured through sport.
How cutbacks have led to more evictions in Mansfield.
Weather presenter Anna Church learns how the region is coping with drought conditions.
Mark Easton investigates alternatives to paying for care in old age.
A report on the charity who find children that have been abducted by one of their parents.
Investigating the problem of prescription medicine mix ups that can prove to be fatal.
The new research that offers hope to Alzheimer's sufferers.
A bereaved mother's campaign to highlight the dangers of quarries.
A report on the radical shake-up planned for East Midlands Ambulance.
The research that suggests that the public has fallen out of love with the car.
Investigating the rise in sheep rustling and the cost to local farmers.
A look at why West Indians emigrated to England int he 50s and 60s.
A report on when mobility scooters become a menace. Why wrestling is making a comeback.
A report on the man behind Loughborough's Ladybird Books.
What will the upcoming NHS changes mean for the region's GPs and their patients?
How air pollution in some of the region's cities could damage children's health.
A report on the charity Children's Air Ambulance. And assembling a choir in 48hrs.
The hidden cost of alcohol abuse. The allotment holders determined to keep their plots.
A look into fairground saftey. And the young carers desperate for support.
Why are complaints about noisy neighbours on the rise?
Victims of hate crimes speak out. And a look at the options for elderly care in Derbyshire
A visit to Nottingham's Queens Medical Centre to investigate the region's A&E crisis.
Was a cricket ball sold at auction for a record-breaking sum once hit by Gary Sobers?
The fight to accord the WWII Bevin boys the recognition they deserve.
Why a group of rebel Rutland councillors have been threatened with legal action.
How well have food producers and retailers responded to the horse meat scandal?
How the British Geological Survey are using technology to predict landslides in the region
Investigating the rise in the treatment of smokers using home-grown cannabis.
Is the NHS failing patients with anorexia? And remembering broadcaster Ray Gosling.
The programme investigates independent car dealers and second-hand cars.
A family in fuel poverty is advised on how to tackle big bills.
Investigating the mind-altering drugs that can be bought over the internet.
Reports from around the region.
The programme reports on how the high-speed rail link is already affecting the region.
Rebecca Adlington, Gary Lineker and Steve Backley talk about life after sporting success.
How some football clubs are still not tackling the issue of racism.
Investigating whether four-wheel drive vehicles belong on country lanes.
The criminal gang that steals people's credit card details. The effects of giving up sugar
How the residents of Corby feel about Scottish independence.
Marie Ashby presents an Inside Out pensions special.
Investigating what really happened behind closed doors at an east Midlands free school.
A look back at the life of the late Dowager Duchess of Devonshire.
What the UK's 'most diverse street' in Leicester thinks of Brexit.
Do fox hunters stick to the law? And what happens if they don't?
The impact of the rise in type 2 diabetes on patients and NHS finances.
A look at the future of children's heart surgery in the East Midlands.
The programme talks to patients and clinicians who say rationing is fracturing the NHS.
Mike Dilger investigates the implications of Brexit for East Midlands wildlife.
Investigating illegal tobacco with the sniffer dogs who find stashes in unlikely places.
One woman's campaign to find out what really happened at Aston Hall mental hospital.
How crowdfunding is bringing some quirky products to market.
Investigating the case of Claire Martin, whose death in Italy was ruled as suicide.
Could a new eco highway help solve a city's air pollution?
A look at whether Derby's homeless are a casualty of council cutbacks.
Exploring whether politicians can make a difference.
Following a team are changing lives through sport in Zambia.
How safe are backpackers working on Australian farms?
Investigating the conman who exploited bereaved families.