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Stephen Dempster reports on the disturbing death of baby Cameron Leslie.
How the Stormont appointment of Mary McArdle is causing controversy for Sinn Fein.
A look at the reasons why violence flared in East Belfast recently.
Vincent Kearney reports on the crisis in the Police Ombudsman's Office.
Declan Lawn examines if Martin McGuinness's past is an issue in his presidential candidacy
Will welfare reforms really break a benefits culture or push the poor to the margins?
With Arlene Foster, Raymond McCartney, Conall McDevitt, Mike Nesbitt and David McWilliams.
Stephen Dempster examines the controversy surrounding an Orange Order complaint.
Jim Fitzpatrick investigates the fall out from the property crash.
Investigating the 20-year-old murders of Lesley Howell and Trevor Buchanan.
Mark Carruthers uncovers the challenges facing those struggling to find work.
Stephen Dempster examines the role of the Irish state during the Troubles.
Mandy McAuley explores the issues around Scottish independence.
An audience puts questions to a panel of public figures. Mark Carruthers hosts.
Ciaran Tracey asks whether the waste industry should be more tightly regulated.
Stephen Dempster reports on the rise in alcohol consumption in Northern Ireland.
Mandy McAuley investigates the controversy surrounding supergrass trials.
Jim Fitzpatrick reports on the global hunt for Sean Quinn's missing millions.
Mandy McAuley reports on a deal over a multi-million pound project in North Belfast.
Debate with Sammy Wilson, Gerry Kelly, Jim Allister, David McWilliams and Deirdre Heenan.
Brian Hollywood reports on how vulnerable pensioners are being conned out of their savings
Investigating Derry's self-styled vigilante group, Republican Action Against Drugs.
Drugs dispensed by doctors are now being sold by dealers. Jennifer O'Leary investigates.
Exploring the politics of parading following a summer of tension over Loyal Order marches.
Noel Thompson presents debate including Ian Paisley and John O'Dowd.
Looking at Tony Quinn and his company's influence and involvement in a Belize oil company.
The consequences of the murder of Real IRA leader Alan Ryan.
Noel Thompson examines the threat posed by dissident republicans.
Brian Hollywood investigates the crisis facing farmers in Northern Ireland.
Simon Boazman asks whether Sweden's ban on buying sex would work in Northern Ireland.
Discussion with Jeffrey Donaldson, Declan Kearney and David McNarry. With Noel Thompson.
Stephen Dempster tackles questions of identity.
Ciaran Tracey investigates drug abuse in Northern Ireland's prisons.
A panel of public figures answer topical questions posed by a studio audience.
Enda McClafferty investigates the scale of electricity fraud across the country.
Jennifer O'Leary investigates a criminal conspiracy to export horsesinto the food chain.
An insight into Mrs Thatcher's public persona regarding her stance on Northern Ireland.
The negative equity crash and the deals the banks are doing to try to write it off.
Jennifer O'Leary investigates controversy in Northern Ireland over the gay marriage issue.
Simon Boazman reports on the controversial plans to develop the former Maze Prison site.
Noel Thompson chairs a studio debate with a panel of public and political figures.
A major investigation reveals political interference in the Housing Executive.
Spotlight marks its 40th anniversary by recalling some of its significant investigations.
Stephen Dempster reports on a resurgence in UVF activity in Belfast.
Jennifer O'Leary investigates a former IRA prisoner turned businessman.
Ciaran Tracey investigates the security services' fight against dissident republicans.
Are the dark days of recession really behind us? Jim Fitzpatrick investigates.
Jennifer O'Leary assesses whether or not Gerry Adams is still a help to Sinn Fein.
With Arlene Foster, John O'Dowd, Naomi Long, Billy Hutchinson and Rita Duffy.
Declan Lawn looks at the pressure on Northern Ireland's accident and emergency departments
How one of the biggest illegal dumps in Europe ended up in countryside outside Derry.
Why the bankrupted former millionaire Tom McFeely is turning to the British courts.
The scams denying the homeless a home and costing the taxpayer millions every year.
Declan Lawn investigates problems at the Royal Victoria Hospital's A&E department.
Jennifer O'Leary reports on a case at the heart of the storm over on-the-runs.
Debate hosted by Noel Thompson. The panel includes Simon Hamilton and Conor Murphy.
An investigation from Florida on a man who armed the IRA during the ceasefire.
Declan Lawn on how the Boston College history project shattered the IRA's code of silence.
Jennifer O'Leary investigates claims that a leading bank forced businesses into insolvency
Candidates for the European Parliament face an audience of voters.
Spotlight learns why there is a call for an inquiry into the Lord Justice Gibson killing.
The implications of a district court judge's dismissal of recent public order cases.
Declan Lawn reports on the contentious Orange parades in Ardoyne.
Could stalemate at Stormont threaten Ian Paisley's devolution legacy?
Why do the perpetrators of racial offences in NI appear to escape justice?
Stephen Dempster investigates the impact of the health funding row on cancer services.
Looking at how Northern Irish people are responding to the Syrian refugee crisis.
An investigation into a clash between the Bank of Ireland and a Tyrone businessman.
Jennifer O'Leary assesses the challenges the SDLP faces.
Reporting on army spy Stakeknife, who is alleged to have had a role in multiple murders.
How scammers conned a pensioner out of her life savings.
A demand that the files of civilians shot dead by soldiers during the Troubles are opened.
Jennifer O'Leary investigates leading republican Thomas 'Slab' Murphy.
Examining first minister Arlene Foster's rise to top of the political establishment.
A studio audience questions a panel of public figures on the week's big talking points.
The life of murderer Robert Black, jailed for killing Jennifer Cardy and three other girls
Mandy McAuley uncovers a scandal at the heart of the sale of NI property loans.
Conor Spackman assesses the mood in Northern Ireland ahead of the EU referendum.
How loyalist paramilitary factions continue to dominate communities.
A look at links between the Irish criminal underworld and dissident republicans.
Conor Spackman investigates the delay in redeveloping Casement Park in west Belfast.
Peter Coulter searches for two girls who have disappeared in Northern Ireland.
Chris Moore investigates why a convicted paedophile was not struck off by the GMC.
Stephen Dempster asks why NI doesn't have legislation making stalking a specific crime.
Spotlight asks what the UK's decision to leave the EU means for Northern Ireland.
Uncovering secret recordings that expose corruption around Nama's NI property deal.
Jim Fitzpatrick explores how immigration curbs could affect the NI economy.
Jennifer O'Leary examines a clash between the state and the IRA in the intelligence war.
An investigation of the arrest of Pat Hickey, president of the Olympic Council of Ireland.
Stephen Dempster investigates how loyalist paramilitaries control some communities.
Bronagh Munro investigates a political fight over funds.
A studio audience puts questions to a panel of public figures.
Mandy McAuley talks to Naomi Long, the new leader of the Alliance Party.
Conor Spackman investigates a multi-million pound blunder over a green energy scheme.
A special investigation into scammers who conned an elderly Northern Ireland woman.
Following the fall of Stormont, can power sharing there can ever really be stable?
Jennifer O'Leary looks at the challenges over making power sharing work at Stormont.
Mandy McAuley meets those campaigning to stop army veterans being tried for killings.
GPs in Northern Ireland are threatening to quit the NHS and go private.
A studio audience put questions to opinion-formers. Noel Thompson presents.
Jim Fitzpatrick charts the journey of Martin McGuinness from man of war to man of peace.
Chris Moore tells the inside story of a Craigavon sex abuse case.
Jim Fitzpatrick travels to Brussels in search of answers over Brexit negotiations.
A studio audience put questions to a panel of decision makers.
Peter Coulter assesses the impact of the new personal independence payment.
Lyndsey Telford investigates the rise in deaths from prescription drug abuse.
Conor Spackman investigates the controversy around fixed odds betting terminals.
Has the government fought the implementation of US trade tariffs on Bombardier Belfast?