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Money experts Alvin Hall and Martin Lewis add up the cost of a university degree.
The pioneering operation helping disabled children to walk on their own.
Alastair McKee visits a dilapidated North Somerset school awaiting urgent repair.
Steve Brodie reports on the conclusion of the Jo Yeates murder trial.
How are the Occupy Bristol campaigners are faring after almost a month?
Scott Ellis reports on the aftermath of the fatal crash on the M5 in Somerset.
Alastair McKee investigates the impact of government cuts to solar subsidies.
The Somerset 'debt doctor' who cost his clients thousands of pounds.
Did Avon and Somerset police mishandle an emergency call by a suicidal man?
The swine flu vaccine that some medical experts are linking to narcolepsy.
Alastair McKee investigates the cost of village green planning applications.
The impact of budget cuts on frontline policing in the region.
Nick Wallis investigates a rise in scrap metal thefts. Alastair McKee meets Mary Rand.
Dave Harvey examines how the Bristol pound would work.
Alastair McKee meets Acker Bilk.
Can Weston-super-Mare's derelict Tropicana swimming pool be saved?
Are knife crimes in the West Country as bad as reports in the media claim them to be?
Inside Out looks at a Yeovil company's African operation.
Alastair McKee assesses the implications of the drought for the region.
The cost of looking after Swindon's elderly and the tough challenges the council faces.
Inside Out investigates new abuse allegations at Winterbourne View.
Exposing the company that is deceiving elderly and vulnerable people across the region.
The Bristol fraudster who convinced celebs to take part in a non-existent reality show.
Are the region's estate agents ignoring the practical issues around disabled living?
Investigating a potentially radical transport solution for Bristol.
What went on behind the scenes at the British and Empire Commonwealth Museum in Bristol?
Alastair McKee reports on the decision to close the 100-year-old Filton airfield.
Olympian Peter Wilson investigates the legacy of the 2012 Games in the region.
Alastair McKee investigates the cancer treatment claims of a self-styled spiritual healer.
Dr Phil Hammond finds out what the changes to the NHS will mean for patients and GPs.
The Somerset mother fighting for justice for her narcoleptic son.
A woman working with Bristol's disaffected youth. And the last plane ever built in Filton.
The growing concern over the number of accidents involving mobility scooters.
Can a vaccine prevent a badger cull? Rebuilding Exmoor's historic Tarr Steps.
The cost of fly-tipping. The story of a Dorset barrister undergoing a sex change.
A former director of GCHQ is interviewed about his time working there.
Inside Out West spends a busy shift at Musgrove Park Hospital in Taunton.
One family's two year battle for compensation from the government.
Following Gloucestershire police during the controversial badger cull.
Following a man on an alcohol detox programme as he attempts to give up his addiction.
Is the food industry is being effectively policed? A dinner party with a difference.
Alastair McKee investigates the growing issue of fly grazing.
Exposing the widespread discrimination against Muslims in Bristol.
A look at the effects of immigration rules on jobs and the local economy.
A report on flooding and if dredging could make a difference to the Somerset levels.
What can be done to keep rising energy bills down regardless of budget.
An in-depth investigation into the controversial testing and treatment of Lyme Disease.
Features a report into affordable housing and how councils neglect building cheaper homes.
How the Dutch are deal with their flood plains and the study of Bewick's swans.
The West Country stray who went on to become one of the world's most famous dogs.
Includes an investigation of ongoing concerns about Bristol Children's Hospital.
The fake bomb detector that is still being used despite the dangers.
Decision makers and residents are among those joining a special debate on flooding.
The Bristol team saving the British crayfish from the brink of extinction.
How Swindon is looking to become one of the UK's largerst alternative energy suppliers.
Inside Out goes undercover to expose the biggest scam in the pensions industry.
How important is arts funding in a time of austerity?
A look at what is being done about the wealth disparity in Bristol.
Dr Phil Hammond explores why suicide is the biggest killer of men under the age of 45.
The Weston-super-Mare residents who are feeling the effects of the vote to leave the EU.
Mike Dilger investigates radical ways to stop fly-tippers and litter louts.
Gemma Cairney uncovers Bristol's slaving past.
Seb Choudhury remembers the Bamboo Club, the world-famous Bristol blues and reggae club.
An investigation into whether the ageing nuclear reactor Hinkley B is fit for purpose.
Is the NHS still a national service. And the serious health benefits of having a laugh.
Seb Choudhury discovers how Bristol saved Kenny Everett's career.
The real scale of rough sleeping in Gloucester. And how Finland tackled rough sleeping.
A Bristol University graduate challenges the university on its diversity record.
Matthew Hill investigates how safe vulnerable children in Weston-super-Mare are.
How the study of bats is helping improve robotics.
Remembering Alfred Fagon, Bristol's forgotten playwright.
Seb Choudhury meets a young man who travelled to Syria to fight Islamic State.
Could a road tunnel at Stonehenge destroy the archaeological site?
A look at how a part of New York was built on rubble from Bristol.
An investigation into the violent gangs running phone lines where you can order in drugs.
Inside Out explores how cutting-edge bionic technology is changing lives.
What's it like to sleep rough in winter? Seb Choudhury finds out for himself.
The distraught cat owners whose pets have been shot by people with air guns.
Mike Dilger abstains from alcohol for a month to investigate the impact on his health.