Seyi Rhodes investigates the impact of the government's latest benefit cap and learns that its unintended consequences may push the benefits bill up in other ways.
Dispatches goes undercover to investigate the textile factories in the UK making clothes for some of the biggest brands.
Filmmaker Billy Dosanjh celebrates 50 years of the Sikhs in his hometown of Smethwick, from their arrival in the late 1950s and early 60s to the present day.
The wealth gap between young and old has become a defining feature of our times. Spectator Editor Fraser Nelson reveals new figures showing the extent of the gap and investigates its causes.
Fifteen years after 9/11, this new documentary for ITV investigates serious concerns that the real story surrounding that fateful day is yet to be told.
For the first time, Dispatches investigates the expenses of some of those running thousands of Britain's academy schools.
Dispatches investigates the impact of the new National Living Wage (NLW) on low-income workers.
In this three-part series for BBC Four, Suzy Klein explores the transformation of music in the 19th century. In an age of political and industrial revolution, she tells how music became the leading art form.
As the war against ISIS intensifies and Syrian troops retake Palmyra, here in the UK the battle to stop the terrorist group cashing in on looted antiquities is being waged on the streets of the capital and beyond.
An in-depth look at the events of 1992, the year Her Majesty famously dubbed her `annus horribilis' in a speech delivered at London's Guildhall to mark the 40th anniversary of her Accession.
Ben Steele, `The Children who Beat Ebola,‘ Channel 4.