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David Whiteley investigates a scheme to avoid fees for care homes.
The cost of clearing the Dale Farm site, and the multiple threats facing the coastline.
Investigating why our cash-strapped councils refund money to developers.
A report on one woman's fight to get her abducted sons back from their French father.
Inside Out investigates why thousands of people are wrongly assessed as fit for work.
David Whiteley asks what went wrong with the Southern Cross care home business.
David Whiteley investigates cases of false accounting at some sub-post offices.
David Whiteley investigates nightclub safety.
David Whiteley investigates the increasing use of food handouts.
David Whiteley abstains from alcohol for a month to learn the effect on his health.
David Whiteley asks: when is a village green not a village green?
An investigation into the high car insurance costs for young drivers.
A report on what cuts to school buses mean for some children.
A report on how consumers can protect their personal online details from being abused.
Will farmers have to choose between growing crops or protecting wildlife?
David Whiteley with the local current affairs series.
Why are banks failing to finance the expansion of small businesses?
Why some animal sanctuaries are struggling to cope with the economic downturn.
How does the Government's water strategy measures up against other European nations?
David Whiteley looks at radical solutions to elderly care across the East.
David Whiteley investigates the theft of treasures from museums across the east.
A report on the increasing incidence of guide dogs being attacked by other dogs.
David Whiteley investigates a conman posing as a reality TV producer.
Featuring the story of the man who inspired Chariots of Fire.
Celebrating the centenary of the Royal Flying Corps.
David Whiteley presents an exclusive report. Have we fallen out of love with the car?
David Whiteley looks at one solution to debt and reveals the true value of our town trees.
Why are drivers being charged more to use the Dartford Tunnel?
David Whiteley investigates abuse in care homes in the East.
David Whiteley investigates why war veterans are being denied the right to receive medals.
Why are so few families taking up offers of help to tackle childhood obesity?
Why did Norwich grind to a halt? A tale of heroism from the 1953 floods.
How will budget cuts affect the care of children? David Whiteley endures the Tough Mudder.
Is housing being built where it is needed? David Whiteley surfs the Wiggenhall Wave.
A look at the rise in contested wills. The latest attempts to tackle heritage crime.
A photo in a Cambridge archive has led to a new discovery at Stonehenge.
How water companies are dealing with congealed oil, fat and grease in the region's sewers.
Investigating solutions to the crisis in Accident and Emergency care.
The Essex homeowners whose homes have caught fire a multiple number of times.
David Whiteley examines the case for culling otters in rivers across the east.
How well have food producers and retailers responded to the horse meat scandal?
The impact on road users and business and local communities of tolling the A14.
Investigating the real cost of the bedroom charge. How Luton overcame its social problems.
Why aren't businesses using the technology available to help people with hearing loss?
David Whiteley explores ways to cut household energy bills.
Why are Spanish homes owned by those from the region lying in ruins?
The case for and against wind farms, plus the one-handed pianist tipped to be a star.
Investigating the illegal export of horses. And could airships transform air travel?
An investigation of flood insurance, and inherited properties for the over-55s.
David Whiteley joins a new kind of doctor on board MAGPAS air ambulance in Cambridgeshire.
A report on the impact of the changes to immigration rules in the region.
James Whale attempts to give up sugar for the summer.
Will the success of the Tour de France result in more cycle paths in the region?
A report on the millions of people in Britain living without a pension.
English Heritage's salvage mission to retrieve artefacts from the wreck of the London.
Why are so many posts in the region's children's social work departments vacant?
David Whiteley meets the people whose homes have been destroyed by sinkholes.
Anna Hill takes a look at how the Brexit vote will affect the price of foodstuffs.
A look at the health and nutrition claims on packaging.
The Essex commuter who made a successful business out of helping people claim for delays.
A look at the serious impact that the rise in type 2 diabetes is having on the NHS.
The Essex gardener trying to grow the biggest outdoor pumpkin in the country.
The programme talks to patients and clinicians who say rationing is fracturing the NHS.
The programme celebrates the 50th anniversary of Milton Keynes.
Sophie Sulehria tries to understand what can be done to tackle Islamophobia.
Examining the success of the community-run Glamis Hall in Wellingborough.
Is a company evicting families from an estate failing in its legal duties as a landlord?
A man evicted from the James Paget Hospital after a two-year stay tells his story.
A look at concerns that the apprenticeship system is exploitative and too open to abuse.
Tom Barton investigates how an NHS contract for the elderly failed in Cambridgeshire.
Investigating how often raw sewage is released into rivers and estuaries.
The time the BBC Orchestra was relocated to Bedford during WWII.
Inside Out meet former Monarch workers nearly a month after the airline's collapse.
How easy is it to smuggle people into the country by landing on the east coast?
The story of footballer Walter Tull, who fought in WWI.