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Chris Jackson reveals the legacy of one of Tyneside's biggest fires.
Chris Jackson investigates the claims of a Teesside estate agent.
A heart surgeon reveals why he has stopped operating on children.
Chris Jackson charts the rise and fall of care home company Southern Cross.
Chris Jackson asks why a precious Northumbrian listed structure has disappeared.
Chris Jackson's goes on the trail of litter louts who cost councils millions.
Chris Jackson investigates claims of bed shortages at a crisis-stricken hospital.
Chris Jackson hears how cuts are affecting police officers in North Yorkshire.
Rob Sloan, who was accused of cheating in the Kielder marathon, re-runs the race.
Charting a year of transformation at Newcastle's Theatre Royal.
Chris Jackson follows those dealing with drunks in Accident and Emergency units.
Chris Jackson asks why police allowed multiple killer Michael Atherton to keep guns.
Chris Jackson presents interesting stories from around the region.
With Chris Jackson. A look at Darlington football club's battle to survive.
A cyber hacker reveals how easily private details can be stolen.
Are older people are getting a raw deal at one northern hospital?
Following a Tynemouth teen as she takes her case for more help for young carers to London.
Chris Jackson heads to the Lakes to learn why the Olympics produces mixed feeling.
Chris Jackson follows up on some of the stories covered in the series.
Chris Jackson investigates the impact of water shortages in the region.
A report on the controversial plan to store nuclear waste under the Cumbrian landscape.
Are council cuts putting elderly people in harm's way?
Chris Jackson meets the Northumbria undercover police officer branded a drugs dealer.
The friendship between a rail worker and the family bereaved in the Grayrigg rail crash.
Meeting the Yorkshire woman proud to call herself a serial mistress.
The damage being done to Northumberland's heritage, and celebrating a forgotten hero.
The bereaved family campaigning to tighten the law on lethal weapons.
The implications for regional transport planners of a new report into road and rail travel
Chris Jackson reports on the man who says he can talk to the dead.
Chris Jackson assesses the impact of ash dieback on the region's woods.
Chris Jackson investigates Newcastle United's newest sponsor-Wonga.
Why do North East commuters experience gridlock when the weather turns bad?
Chris Jackson looks at how the region's revamped A&E units are coping.
Can those in power afford to say no to controversial nuclear waste plans in Cumbria?
Chris Jackson investigates problems with asbestos at one of the UK's biggest retailers.
A look at the plans for a bedroom tax and its impact on a County Durham community.
The day that the receivers moved in to Swan Hunter. Why are Premiership tickets so costly?
Might Scotland have found a way to stop the persecution of hen harriers?
How are plastics killing wildlife off the NE coast? Why Cumbrian farmers are moving on.
The programme spends time at a Tyneside A&E department.
Chris Jackson heads to Cumbria where Britain's most hazardous nuclear site is situated.
Chris Jackson meets the northern workers tackling bosses who do not pay the minimum wage.
Ray Mears reveals how he tracked killer Raoul Moat.
Jay Rayner investigates whether the food industry is being effectively policed.
One detective's damning verdict on a Cleveland police investigation.
How the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra helped the people of Cumbria form a band.
Dan Johnson investigates the financial affairs of former miners' leader Arthur Scargill.
Why are the region's homes are so poorly insulated?
Police investigate claims of abuse in a County Durham detention centre.
The ex-Chief Constable of Cumbria speaks about his year-long suspension.
What does the future hold for Dunston Staithes in Gateshead?
Jacey Normand follows in the footsteps of one of Cumbria's forgotten artistic giants.
Durham's police chief explains why addicts should be given free heroin.
Examing the regulation of private ambulance companies.
Chris Jackson investigates the ingredients of e-cigarettes.
Investigating the future of the country's National Parks.
Chris Jackson meets the workers in their seventies who cannot afford to retire.
Chris Jackson investigates the illegal rubbish dumps blighting the north.
Chris Jackson investigates the options for Cumbria's growing plutonium stockpile.
Inside Out charts a disastrous month of floods across the north.
A look at what happens when a loved one goes missing without a trace.
Chris Jackson discovers how Brexit is changing the north east and Cumbria.
Ken Loach discloses why Tyneside was the perfect location for his latest film.
The programme asks whether the NHS can survive diabetes.
The story of the pilot who shot down a Zeppelin bomber as it targeted Hartlepool.
Chris Jackson asks if local rationing is threatening the future of the NHS.
The programme airs the hopes and fears of Europeans living in the region.
Why have Lake District farmers lost faith in their landlord?
Is playing on artificial turf putting children's health at risk?
How one leading supermarket's special offers are not quite what they seem.
Sir Lenny Henry traces the story of Britain's first black policeman.
Inside Out goes behind the closed doors of the bespoke boxing club for Muslim women.
What can be done to find new blood donors to keep life-saving stocks from running dry?
An update on some stories featured over the series.
A special report on how police paid a child rapist to inform on a Newcastle grooming gang.
Is rural Cumbria a gay-friendly place to live?
Can recycling bottles help reduce the North East's plastic mountain?
We meet the Northern women who say they have been left high and dry by pension changes.
Celebrating the birthday of an iconic Tyneside picture house.