Sir Trevor McDonald investigates the extraordinary case of one of Britain's worst serial killers: Beverly Allitt, a young female nurse who murdered and attacked children in her care.
Is Britain being duped by 'fake homeless', people posing as destitute to boost takings? Or is this a scare story to demonise the real homeless?
Investigating the shocking exploitation of kids as young as 8 years old, being used by criminal gangs as mules to transport drugs.
These series work closely with highly skilled police units, bringing an abrupt end to bumper pay outs by exposing conmen who create bogus injury claims, deliberate crashes and even phantom pets!
A dramatic story investigating one of the biggest unsolved terrorism cases in British History.
Matt Frei examines former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal's past - and the murky world of espionage, politics and crime - to find potential motives for his poisoning.
From drug dealing on campus to selling sex to pay tuition fees, this short form series explores the shocking real stories of students from the extreme end of University life.
The wards of the Forensic Services are among the most dangerous places to work - this programme is a unique glimpse inside this hidden world.
Following Japanese journalist, Shiori Ito, who alleges she was raped by a well-known TV journalist, after the two met for a work dinner in 2015. Mr Noriyuki Yamaguchi strenuously denies the claims.
Series 8 of the successful long-running daytime series using hidden cameras to expose the lengths people go to, to make money from their insurance policies.
Back for series 9, Claimed and Shamed exposes even more insurance fraudsters lying on the phone or caught out on camera.
Claimed and Shamed returns for Series 10 and exposes even more insurance fraudsters lying on the phone or caught out on camera.
This quirky film meets with victims of identity fraud and catfishing, the police, cyber-criminals and people who are Online and Lying in different and interesting ways.
This successful long running daytime series uses hidden cameras to expose the lengths people go to, to make money from their insurance policies.
A one hour charting the case of William Melchert-Dinkel, who trawled Internet chat rooms encouraging vulnerable young people to commit suicide