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Alvin Hall dispenses advice on how students can avoid university fees.
Mary Rhodes investigates how a Shropshire pensioner was targeted by telesales callers.
Mary Rhodes reports on those who make unnecessary 999 calls.
Mary Rhodes asks whether an old tradition is about to end on health and safety grounds.
Mary Rhodes asks whether Stoke-on-Trent has been abandoned by the government.
Mary Rhodes assesses the measures that drought-hit families have been forced to endure.
Actress Anna Karen finds out who's behind the cuts to rural bus services.
A special programme on plans for a high-speed rail line between London and Birmingham.
The charity founded to bring home the dogs adopted by soldiers serving in Afghanistan.
Paul Wilson discovers why the West Midlands is home to the fattest people in Europe.
Mary Rhodes investigates why councils are struggling to crack down on rogue landlords.
Alastair McKee reveals an ambitious project to restore a canal through the Cotswolds.
Richie Woodhall tests how well protected he and his family are against online predators.
Following the Irish workers searching for better prospects in the Midlands.
How a person's postcode affects the price of their car insurance.
Adam Rickitt reveals why he joined the RSPCA. Plus, alternative ways to borrow money.
Thirty years after the Falklands conflict, the Jones family visit the Islands.
Examining how the region came to suffer drought and a look at what the future holds.
Mark Easton explores some radical solutions to the problems of elderly care.
The victims paying thousands of pounds for UK visas that never arrive.
Why are attacks on guide dogs on the increase? What is the Olympic legacy in the region?
Why some prescription errors could prove fatal. The garden where time stood still.
On the trail of one of Britain's most wanted men. Are faith schools divisive?
Mary Rhodes investigates why the Midlands motorway network is a magnet for metal thieves.
Investigating the safety of part-worn tyres. Are people falling out of love with the car?
The sheep rustlers stalking the region's countryside.
Mary Rhodes reports on one man's Jamaican voyage of discovery.
A report on the gang that ruled the streets of Birmingham in the 19th century.
What drives extremism? The people who saved their local. A look back at Ladybird Books.
How safe it is for patients in hospital? Dr Phil Hammond sets up a surgery in a market.
The medical researchers tackling tourettes and the fire safety advice for squatters.
A look back at the Big Freeze of 1963.
Mary Rhodes reports on interesting stories from around the region.
Mary Rhodes reports on the hunt for a now forgotten boxer who was once a champion pugilist
How will Birmingham Council deal with a budget deficit of 615 million pounds?
Mary Rhodes asks whether child protection agencies are learning from their mistakes.
Inside Out spends a busy shift at Heartlands Hospital in Birmingham.
Inside Out Midlands goes behind the headlines to find out about the Letzgohunting group.
Why the police are cautioning felons instead of passing them through the justice system.
A look at the issue of friends killing friends.
How confident can consumers be about the food they eat?
Following a Midlands woman undergoing surgery to repair the damage wrought by cancer.
What does Malala Yousafzai think of life in Birmingham?
A report on the criminals stealing funds directly from bank accounts.
An investigation into the problem of illegal taxis in the Midlands.
In an energy special, the programme investigates the rise of fuel theft.
Why are Spanish homes owned by those in the Midlands lying in ruins?
Inside Out follows a Birmingham teenager who's prepared to risk his life to look his best.
Mary Rhodes joins a police team tackling football hooliganism.
The story of Joanna Dennehy who killed three men and went to Hereford to find more victims
Anthony Bartram uncovers the story behind the people using texts to solve crime.
The truth about the Warwickshire soldier that Hitler claimed could have shot him.
The programme infiltrates a criminal gang committing credit card fraud.
Andy Akinwolere asks what is being done to tackle violent extremism in the region.
Why are women in the West Midlands more likely to have no retirement savings than men?
What is being done to tackle sexual harassment on public transport in Birmingham?
Andy Akinwolere investigates drownings in open water.
The programme investigates the trade in antique guns.
Why was the West Midlands the country's most pro-Brexit region?
The programme joins police cracking down on the dangerous uninsured drivers on the roads.
Ayo Akinwolere investigates diabetes and the scale of the challenge it presents to the NHS
Ayo Akinwolere investigates the growing street food scene for Inside Out West Midlands.
The stories of staff who have devoted their lives to the NHS.
Veteran radio presenter Ed Doolan reveals his daily battle with dementia.
How the Cold War was being fought in the Midlands half a century ago.
Nick Owen meets Black Sabbath as they embark on their final live tour.
How one leading supermarket's special offers are not quite what they seem.
Investigating the upcoming mayoral elections, looking at the list of candidates.
Ayo Akinwolere examines plans to reduce air pollutants in Birmingham.
The mounting evidence concerning the long-term impact of head injuries in sport.
The team report on the pack of wolves who are living in Shropshire.
Investigating the website where criminals connect and illegal activity flourishes.
Investigating a controversial scheme one mother believes puts young backpackers at risk.
Rickets is back, and lack of Vitamin D can cause a variety of other conditions.
Adam Green attempts an alcohol-free month, and the real birthplace of the Olympic movement