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Is a university education the best way to get ahead?
How the families of the Hillsborough victims are still seeking answers.
Is poverty in the region on the increase? Plus, art from the front line in Afghanistan.
Jemma Gofton discovers how Young Dracula is helping the North West economy.
Jacey Normand meets the atomic veterans who feel they've been forgotten.
Annabel Tiffin reports on how disabled people are becoming the victims of hate crime.
Peter Marshall reports on the controversy surrounding fracking in Lancashire.
Investigating deer poaching in Cumbria. And the gardener tending Monet's garden.
Concerns about a vaccine for swine flu, and an interview with opera singer Alfie Boe.
The health benefits of alcohol abstention. The disappearance abroad of a Chester woman.
Andy Johnson meets entrepreneurs from the North West who are beating the slowdown.
Stephen Parry meets North West athletes determined to become champions at the London games
Presented by Tony Livesey. Jacey Normand investigates racism in football.
Jacey Normand is in Blackpool to meet the family restoring a pier to its former grandeur.
Jacey Normand investigates the north west's funding for pioneering cancer research.
Jacey Normand investigates the discovery of a new species of lake-dweller in Cumbria.
Why has the North West produced so many world-class poets?
Liz Kershaw returns to Rochdale to see how it has fared in the economic downturn.
Jacey Normand considers whether the region should offer water to the South.
Jacey Normand examines homecare and asks whether or not the system is in crisis.
The dangers of cheap tattoo kits and the disabled Remploy workers looking for work.
A report on the financial and emotional penalties that arise when someone goes missing.
A visit to the Isle of Man to see how a company is promoting their ideas for space tourism
Investigating heritage crime across the North. And the artistic talent of Stuart Sutcliffe
The discovery set to put Merseyside on the archaeological map.
Why are the region's trains overcrowded? Paul Rose cycles from Morecambe to Bridlington.
Jacey Normand the site of the gas explosion which killed a young boy in Shaw.
The woman with a rare syndrome which means she hears music all day and all night.
Ricky Tomlinson recounts the story of his favourite Liverpudlian comedian.
A look at how two white rhinos at Knowsley Safari Park are coping with the British winter.
How will upcoming changes to the NHS impact mental health services in the region?
The Holocaust survivors whose escape has been turned into a musical by Carl Davis.
The growth of payday loan businesses. And the market offering lessons on how to save money
What can football clubs do to stop ex-players from turning to a life of crime?
Why are Bundesliga football match tickets far cheaper than those for Premiership matches?
The Blackpool animal rescue centre attempting to save abandoned and neglected horses.
Simon O'Brien looks at previously unseen photos of suburban Liverpool during the Blitz.
How war poet Wilfred Owen spent his seven years in Birkenhead.
A report on depression amongst rugby league players.
Dianne Oxberry investigates the decline of the shrimping industry.
Is the government failing farmers in the battle against bovine TB?
Following the attempt of a group of disabled people to find mainstream employment.
Jacey Normand finds out how Ricky Hatton is adapting to life outside the ring.
Revealing the dangers of the extreme measures people go to for a year-round tan.
How people in the region are creatively reducing increasing energy bills.
How environmental concerns may put fracking plans for the north west in a state of limbo.
A chat with the only survivor of the Morecambe cockling tragedy a decade ago.
Including a visit to the Leighton Moss nature reserve near Carnforth in Lancashire.
The man who lives in the only house remaining following the razing of his neighbours' home
A visit to the Leighton Moss nature reserve to learn of their conservation work.
The families battling to find vital witnesses for a new Hillsborough inquiry.
Jacey Normand uncovers the real story behind the BBC1 drama Our Zoo.
Jenny Hill investigates the challenges facing the Lake District.
Jacey Normand meets north west pensioners to compare state and company pensions.
How elderly people are being conned out of their life savings by postal scams.
How have austerity cuts and a struggling economy contributed to the homelessness problem?
How one north west detectorist made the find of his life on a routine trawl for treasure.
Is the northern powerhouse is still on track?
Charting the impact of the rise in type 2 diabetes on patients and NHS finances.
Investigating the rise in homelessness and how it is being tackled in Manchester.
Examining the future of the NHS, looking at new plans to cut hospital queues.
Jacey Normand investigates the status of abortions carried out on the Isle of Man.
How the artwork of the Singh Twins is being brought to life using the latest technology.
The programme visits the UK's first rehabilitation centre for armed services veterans.
The mystery surrounding the discovery of an unidentified body in the north west.
Examining the confusion and disparity around waste disposal services around the north west
A look at how bad pollution in the north west is and how it effects the region's health.
Michelle Ackerley reports on how a group in Lancashire is combating elderly loneliness.
Simon O'Brien explores the mystery of the Williamson tunnels.
The Salford tower block residents still waiting for the removal of failed cladding.
Dianne Oxberry investigates the rise in gun crime in Merseyside.
Were there delays in the emergency services' response after the Manchester Arena bombing?
Tarah Welsh investigates the shocking truth behind anti-epileptic drug sodium valproate.