Panorama : Season 67

    • Air date: 14 Jan '19 45 episodes
  • List of Episodes (45)

    1. Takeaway Secrets Exposed

    • Reporter Tina Daheley lifts the lid on the secrets of the takeaway industry, investigating how planning laws are being subverted and food safety legislation flouted by producers.

    2. Killed in Hospital

    • Richard Bilton looks into what was going on at Gosport War Memorial Hospital following an official inquiry which found that more than 450 patients had their lives cut short there.

    3. Brexit: Who's in Charge?

    • Adrian Chiles follows MPs through a historic fortnight in Westminster to find out who is in charge - and are they putting party politics before the best interests of the country?

    4. Million Pound Selfie Sell Off

    • Catrin Nye investigates the use of digital influencers in the advertising industry and the impact this new form of advertising is having on consumers.

    5. Trans Kids: Why Medicine Matters

    • More young people than ever are coming forward to explore their gender identity. Doctors are divided about the best way to help - so what is the evidence?

    6. Death in the Woods

    • Samantha Poling investigates one of Scotland’s most high-profile unsolved murders. She asks why no-one has ever been brought to justice for the death of Emma Caldwell. The investigation reveals serious police failings in the case and highlights the dangers routinely faced by many sex workers.

    7. These Pills Could Kill You

    • Chris Clements reveals stories from one rural community where lives have been devastated by the growing abuse of prescription pills bought illicitly online.

    8. Britain’s Most Controversial Landlord

    • Richard Bilton meets the landlord who is evicting 90 families because he wants to cash-in on his property empire, and finds out what life is like for the families facing eviction.

    9. The Academy Schools Scandal

    • Panorama investigates the scandal surrounding Academy schools.

    10. Can We Trust Huawei?

    • As the government prepares to decide who will build the UK's next generation telecoms network, Panorama investigates one of the world's most important and controversial companies.

    11. The Gatwick Drone Attack

    • With the most detailed account so far of the three days of disruption and the first in-depth interview with Gatwick since the attack, Justin Rowlatt asks what really happened. Why has no-one been caught? Was there a drone at all? And what needs to be done to protect our skies?

    12. Scandal in the Church of England

    • Panorama investigates cases of child sexual abuse that were ignored for years by senior clergy in the Church of England.

    13. GPs: Why Can’t I Get an Appointment?

    • Across Britain, it's getting harder than ever to book a GP appointment as local practices close due to a huge shortage of doctors. Will the government's new plan help?

    14. The Iraqi Orphan: 30 Lost Years

    • Amar, a victim of napalm attacks by Saddam Hussein's forces in 1991, returns to Iraq for the first time in 30 years to try to find his family.

    15. Salmon Farming Exposed

    • What do you know about the salmon on your plate? Panorama explores the £1 billion industry producing the UK's biggest food export and the country's favourite fish.

    16. Undercover Hospital Abuse Scandal

    • Panorama goes undercover inside a hospital for vulnerable adults and reveals patients being mocked, taunted and intimidated by abusive staff. Olivia Davies reports.

    17. Crisis in Care - Part 1: Who Cares?

    • Panorama reveals the failings of our social care system, as our population gets older and more of us need help with day-to-day living.

    18. The $10 Billion Energy Scandal

    • Reporter Mayeni Jones investigates a suspicious energy deal involving secret payments made by a controversial businessman to the family of a senior politician.

    19. Crisis in Care - Part 2: Who Pays?

    • With more and more care homes closing, and a national shortage of carers, Panorama meets vulnerable people threatened with selling their homes to pay for their care.

    20. Britain's Drink Problem

    • With alcohol-related deaths on the rise, Adrian Chiles investigates what we know about the dangers of drinking, and why the alcohol industry isn’t telling us more.

    21. Easy Money, Tough Debt?

    • Fiona Phillips investigates some of the lenders who seem to have stepped into the breach after the collapse of payday loan company Wonga.

    22. The Race For Number 10

    • After a bruising round of campaigning and vote-offs, there are just two candidates left standing in the race to be the next prime minister. But as they prepare for the final push, the BBC’s deputy political editor John Pienaar asks – is either of them capable of ending Britain’s Brexit battles?

    23. No-Deal Brexit: Are We Ready?

    • With a no-deal Brexit looking increasingly likely, reporter Jane Corbin travels the nation to find out what it could mean for us and whether the preparations have been sufficient.

    24. Is Labour Anti-Semitic?

    • Panorama reporter John Ware goes inside the anti-Semitism crisis gripping Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party.

    25. Sex Education: The LGBT Debate in Schools

    • Sima Kotecha meets parents and campaigners from Islamic and other faith communities protesting against their children being taught about LGBT relationships at school.