Panorama is a BBC Television current affairs documentary programme. First broadcast in 1953, it is the world's longest-running public affairs television programme.
The long-running debate over hospital closures.
A report on acquisitive drug crime.
Will tougher sentencing result in crisis in British prisons?
Live studio debate, including audience, as to whether there should be a single currency.
The effects on children of working mothers.
The story of 16-year-old survivor of the 1994 Tutsi genocide.
Investigation into financial scandal in the copper market.
A look at current treatment in prison of psychopaths.
Investigation into paedophilia in children's homes in the North-West.
A look at the future of motoring in Britain.
Dilemmas facing abortion doctors.
How the water industry makes money.
Investigation into Iranian terrorist network.
Potential problems of radiotherapy treatment.
On the eve of the vote for a new leader, a look back at Major's premiership.
Labour government plans for London's elderly tube system.
Doctors and dentists who rip off the NHS by filling out fraudulent prescriptions.
Deaths due to Methadone, the state's alternative to Heroin.
An investigation into the reason for the crash of TWA 800.
A report on illegal immigrants smuggled into Britain.
A debate on devolution hosted at Edinburgh's Old Royal High School.
A Mercedes has crashed in a tunnel in Paris. A princess and her companion are dead. Panorama asks, what really happened that night?
An investigation into the increase in the number of young arsonists in Britain.
Government policy on single-parent families.
A look at the abuse of children and teenagers by women.
Report on the controversial NHS care in the community programme.
How will hospitals cope with increasing waiting lists?
Vivian White reports on changes in political attitudes to issues such as gays in the military and homosexual marriage, parenting and education. Some politicians, including Chris Smith and Ben Bradshaw, have taken the decision to be open about their sexuality, while changes in the law have created a greater feeling of equality for gay people. Yet a poll commissioned by 'Panorama' suggests that many people do not want homosexuals to be treated equally in a number of key areas.
An exclusive report on the case of surrogate mother Karen Roche.
The presence of new variant CJD in British blood supplies.
A report on the Royal Family's plans for the future of the Monarchy.
Thirty-one years on, should life still mean life for Myra Hindley?
Is there a hidden agenda behind Kyoto Climate Conference?
How football, the glory game, has become the money game.