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Will new students paying 9,000 pounds a year for their degrees get value for their money?
Examining the fate of hundreds of ex-pats who face losing their Spanish homes.
Jon Cuthill looks at what's at stake if the region loses its specialist child heart unit.
The programme meets squatters and those who have been affected by them.
How a pensioner signed up to a property deal which led to her losing her family home.
Revealing how the recession is affecting the work of High Court enforcement officers.
Two people with opposing views on assisted dying come together to discuss the issue.
The story of the Norris brothers, the people behind Donald Campbell's Bluebird.
Investigating whether Sussex is the perfect place to trial badger-culling.
Radio One DJ Scott Mills investigates the hidden dangers of alcohol.
Did pressure from a yacht delivery company lead to the deaths of five crew?
Jon Cuthill investigates whether parts of the region will suffer with drought.
Will football help ease tensions between local youths and Gurkhas in Aldershot?
Jon Cuthill investigates internet crime and explores the ramifications of identity theft.
Jon Cuthill learns how businesses in Dorchester and Weymouth are currently faring.
Glenn Campbell presents fresh revelations about the Lucan mystery.
Jane Goddard meets an underage girl fitted with a contraceptive implant by her school.
How are residents on a Southampton housing estate faring in the downturn?
Jon Cuthill explores the effects of two dry winters on southern England.
Jon Cuthill works as a carer in a specialist dementia home to investigate elderly care.
A look at whether the army can still fight all the nation's battles.
Jon Cuthill goes undercover to investigate cold callers trying to sell green investments.
A report on the west Sussex town struggling to cope with Eastern European migrants.
A look at the problem of students and noise in residential areas.
Should older drivers be subjected to more rigorous checks on their roadworthiness?
The online dress company based in China that has been ripping off customers in the UK.
How Ford got a cheap loan to develop vehicles in Turkey while laying off regional workers.
Cameras follow a Hampshire carer as she tries to keep up with her round of visits.
Jon Cuthill tells the story of Pagham and the homes threatened by the sea.
Investigating the best and worst places to live in the region for a healthy lifestyle.
How a loan for a second-hand car can end up costing your home.
The million-pound fine levied against M&S for breaching asbestos guidelines.
A report on the Oxford conman who brainwashed a French aristocrat out of a fortune.
The communities battling to save their locals. And the places that inspired Thomas Hardy.
A return to the investigation which reported on the elderly being targeted by a scam.
Will fracking will come to the region and if so, what it will mean for local communities?
Jon Cuthill investigates the pressures on A&E services at the Royal Surrey County Hospital
Brownsea Island celebrates the 50th anniversary of it being open to the public.
Jon Cuthill finds out why Dorchester-on-Thames is a key site for British archaeology.
Will a proposed wind farm off the Dorset coast be the answer to an energy crisis?
Jon Cuthill investigates the danger of landslips along the south coast.
The story of President John F Kennedy's last visit to Britain four months before his death
Robert Hall investigates the background to the decision to end shipbuilding in Portsmouth.
Sally Taylor meets the woman who gave up everything to run a horse and donkey sanctuary.
Jon Cuthill asks how secure the country's energy supplies are.
Investigating the complaints of workers at a Hampshire firm.
Towns and villages in the south struggle to cope with the continuing rain.
A report on the biggest coastal realignment scheme in decades.
A report on why some people wish they had not bought their cars online.
Has Boscombe become the drug capital of the region?
Could the key to understanding Stonehenge lie in the way it sounds?
Jon Cuthill challenges families in Portland to cut down on sugar.
Jon Cuthill meets families left homeless after a road collapse on the Isle of Wight.
An update on Southampton footballer Franny Benali's run to raise money for cancer research
Going out with the enforcers investigating the illegal trade in disabled parking badges.
Jon Cuthill reports on the plans for an Oxfordshire village.
Comedy writer Paul Mayhew-Archer goes in search of a cure for Parkinson's disease.
Jon Cuthill presents a special programme on the impact of Brexit on the south.
Jon Cuthill competes in the 2016 International Bognor Birdman competition.
Jon Cuthill investigates a woodland that locals claim has been turned into a tip.
Jon Cuthill discovers the hidden Dorset village with a surprising literary past.
Jon Cuthill investigates why people are risking their lives cycling home without lights.
Professor Sir Muir Gray reflects on the lifestyle which causes many health problems.
The impact long night shifts have on a junior doctor's ability to drive safely.
Investgating the looming homecare crisis that threatens the independence vulnerable people
Farmers explain concerns about government cuts leaving livestock vulnerable to disease.
What new medical assessments mean for some amputees.
A schoolteacher meets the man responsible for her boyfriend's death.
Craig Henderson reveals the secrets of some of the castles along the Jurassic Coast.
Investigating a WWII air crash that occurred in the region just weeks before D-Day.
The government's controversial plan to build a tunnel to reroute traffic from the A303.
Jon Cuthill investigates the safe passing distance between bikes and cars.
The man behind a property investment scheme that has left savers out of pocket.
The British space scientist who says Nasa has pinched his engineering idea.