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Matthew Wright investigates the aftermath of the summer riots.
Are part-time students getting a raw deal compared to their full-time contemporaries?
Examining the radical reforms being made to children's heart services across the country.
Exposing the lack of suitable hotel accommodation for thousands of paralympic athletes.
Why stopping the third Heathrow runway has been a hollow victory for Sipson.
William Atkinson asks if disruptive kids excluded from school are being denied justice.
Wendy Hurrell tests the latest technology for catching criminals in crowds.
Joanne Good reveals the hidden dangers of cheap cosmetic procedures.
Will volunteers be able to repair homes damaged in the August riots in time for Christmas?
Wendy Hurrell investigates how difficult it is to give up drinking.
Jo Good asks if the shortage of pitches for Travellers could lead to more protests.
Will reforms to policies promising council homes for life create ghettos in the capital?
Guy Smith investigates claims of the misuse and abuse of tasers.
Should football clubs pay to police their own games? And the rise in internet trolling.
Investigating the driving scam that allows foreign motorists to buy a UK driving license.
Exploring the measures that will help keep the city moving during the Olympics.
Debt specialist Mike Thomas investigates the rise in logbook loans.
How the lives of some in the East End have changed following the successful Olympics bid.
Examining the looming water crisis, how it came about, and the Government's water strategy
Mark Easton investigates the radical steps being taken in the care of the elderly.
Karl Mercer looks at the impact of A&E closures in north west London.
Jon Cuthill investigates a mail order company. Plus Britain's first curry college.
How stateless children are open to exploitation and abuse.
Why are some cancer-stricken children being denied lifesaving NHS treatment?
How the economic crash could leave London's newest skyscrapers standing empty.
The story behind the closure of the Hammersmith flyover. Is the car falling out of favour?
Lord Lucan's brother speaks out, as new evidence emerges on the murder of Sandra Rivett.
The dangers of illicit prescription medicines. And the child who survived cancer.
How illegal stun guns are becoming the weapon of choice for London's teenage gangs.
The chemicals that teens are using to get high. The use of crowd funding to raise money.
What will changes to the NHS mean for patients? How animals help patients to recover.
Why is much of London ending up in private hands? Plus, The Beano's 75th anniversary.
How big spending Chinese visitors are helping to revive the city's economic fortunes.
Have millions of pounds of parking tickets been issued illegally?
The V&A task force protecting the nation's treasures from thieves.
Are GPs failing to warn pregnant patients about the risks of an epilepsy drug?
Mark Jordan discovers how London's top plastic surgeons are helping children from Vietnam.
Tim Arnold asks if high rents are in danger of destroying Soho's bohemian soul.
Following a fraud team who expose criminals stealing millions through false claims.
Can scientists arrest the spread of highly invasive Japanese knotweed?
Are estate agents discriminating against customers on behalf of landlords?
Why are violent crimes against sex workers going unpunished?
A report on John F Kennedy's final visit to the UK, just months before his death.
The food inspectors tracking down some of London's dirtiest kitchens.
Author Sarfraz Manzoor returns to Luton to see if it is overcoming its negative image.
Mark Jordan joins British Gas detectives tracking down those stealing gas and electricity.
Parking wardens spill the beans on the dirty tricks they use to issue unfair tickets.
Mark Jordan joins first-time buyers and Chinese investors as they race to buy London homes
How the Elephant Man's bones may offer new hope in the fight against cancer.
Long-time Lambeth residents are being evicted from their valuable council homes.
Is the home of some of the UK's rarest wildlife under threat from a proposed new airport?
How are local authorities fighting the fraudsters involved in the council home scandal?
Jonathan Gibson exposes the criminal gangs running a new chip and pin scam.
Why has the Right to Buy scheme turned sour for many families?
Inside Out goes undercover to reveal the biggest scam in the pensions industry.
Exposing the gangs organising fake gay weddings for illegal immigrants.
Why are survival rates for cardiac arrests so variable across the capital?
Guy Lynn exposes the fake landlords ripping off desperate tenants with cheap rentals.
A look at what the future holds for London following Brexit.
Paying tribute to Britain's first black publishing house.
Could the NHS save millions by offering bariatric surgery to type 2 diabetes patients?
Why Margate is becoming the new Shoreditch-on-Sea.
Dr Ranj Singh asks if a two-tier national health system is being created.
Why the West Ham stadium deal continues to be a burden on taxpayers.
How the Design Museum is wowing the crowds at its new home in Kensington.
Can having a Muslim name damage a person's job prospects?
Are shoppers being shortchanged by supermarket special offers?
The plight of Indian women who have been abandoned by their British husbands.
Mike Dilger meets an amateur film-maker capturing the capital's most elusive wildlife.
Mark Jordan finds out why London's club scene is struggling to survive.
As eviction rates soar, the programme meets the homeless families struggling to survive.
How Isis used social media to plan attacks on Westminster and London Bridge.
Why shire horses are becoming an endangered species.
Karl Mercer spends 24 hours on the frontline of a hospital trauma unit.
How landlords are raking in millions by renting out tiny flats to the homeless.
The baby boomers starting inventive new businesses to fund their retirements.
Tarah Welsh investigates the truth behind an anti-epilepsy drug.
Can travelling on the Tube damage a person's hearing?
Mike Dilger asks if people ready for the insect food revolution.
Could 'fake' fur bought by consumers be made from foreign factory-farmed animals?
Could the prefabs popping up on London's rooftops help solve the city's housing crisis?
The former City worker on a mission to help London rid itself of plastic waste.
Should the so-called Canary Girls of WWII be given individual honours?