Demand for ambulance services are at an all-time high and many trusts are struggling to meet response time targets. Morland Sanders investigates why there is such a demand and what can be done to meet it.
People are breathing in more harmful pollutants than official figures suggest. Morland Sanders uses high-tech monitoring equipment to identify hidden pollution hot-spots and talks to experts about the effect this is having.
The Government plans to extend the right-to-buy scheme to housing association tenants, Antony Barnett looks at who will be the winners and losers. Includes undercover filming at one of the property companies hoping to benefit.
Antony Barnett reports on the rogue private landlords who are exploiting the housing benefit system by renting out sub-standard accommodation to tenants in receipt of the benefit, often putting lives at risk.
6 years ago British confectioner Cadbury was taken over by the U.S. food giant Kraft in one of the most talked about takeovers of recent years. Harry Wallop reports on the controversies that have plagued the company since then.
Harry Wallop presents an undercover report revealing the secrets of one of the major players in the travel industry. Dispatches asks if really low fares are all that they seem and the best deal for passengers.
Morland Sanders asks who will take Britain's low-skilled jobs - picking food, cleaning toilets and packing parcels if EU workers are no longer plentiful and looks into reports of a shadowy North Korean workforce in Europe.
Harry Wallop investigates the housing shortage in Britain and in particular the Government sell-off of state-owned land to build housing on. He discovers that the land was undersold and few houses built on it.
The increasing wealth gap between the young and the old has become one of the defining features of our times. Fraser Nelson, editor of The Spectator magazine, reveals the extent of the gap and its causes.
The Government promised to fix so-called "Neighbours From Hell" with it's new Troubled Families Programme. Morland Sanders investigates if the scheme has really worked, meeting families that say it has had little impact.
From online shopping to contactless payment, it has never been easier to spend money. Reporter Morland Sanders meets those struggling to control their spending habits and the companies profiting from those debts.
British men are the fattest in Europe, British women the second fattest and our children are getting fatter, younger. Antony Barnett investigates why the Government's plans to tackle childhood obesity seem to have been watered down.
A shortage of housing in Britain has left many struggling to get onto the property ladder. Councils have granted planning permission to big building companies, so why are so few new houses being built? Dispatches investigates.