File on 4

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Award-winning current affairs documentary series investigating major issues at home and abroad

After the disruption caused by snow, Julian O'Halloran examines the record of airport operator BAA and asks whether Britain's airport woes run deeper than bad weather....
Andrew Hosken examines claims of a dirty tricks campaign over Shaken Baby Syndrome and hears calls from one of the country's leading pathologists for an inquiry....
Shaken Babies? Feb. 15, 2011
Andrew Hosken examines claims of a dirty tricks campaign over Shaken Baby Syndrome.
Bent Cops Feb. 8, 2011
Are police doing enough to tackle corruption in their ranks? Allan Urry investigates.
Following a series of trials where police officers have been jailed, Allan Urry investigates how police are drawn into crime and asks if more should be done to stop them....
Is religious intolerance growing among Britain's ethnic minorities?
In the wake of growing religious extremism in Pakistan, are our authorities doing enough to curb the fanatics now targeting sects and religions among Britain's ethnic minorities?...
In the wake of growing religious extremism in Pakistan, are our authorities doing enough to curb the fanatics now targeting sects and religions among Britain's ethnic minorities?
Homes but no loans Jan. 25, 2011
How will the mortgage freeze hit Britain's already battered economy?
With banks chasing profits and affordable mortgages harder to find. Michael Robinson asks what impact the new housing freeze will have on Britain's economy....
Legal cases brought by patients who have been harmed by drugs are notoriously difficult to win. Is the government making it almost impossible for them even to be heard in court?...
Bitter Medicine Jan. 18, 2011
Is the government making it almost impossible to sue a drug company?
As EU member states make harsh spending cuts, Angus Stickler tracks how European funds are really being spent. Can widespread fraud and abuse be prevented?...
Angus Stickler investigates fraud involving European regional funding schemes.
As the number of care home inspectors is cut, Fran Abrams asks if enough is being done to protect the elderly from neglect and abuse....
Is enough being done to protect the elderly in care homes? Fran Abrams investigates.
As fares are set to rise again, much of the passenger criticism is aimed at the Train Operating Companies, but how much are they to blame? Allan Urry investigates....
The Great Train Robbery? Nov. 16, 2010
Why do Britain's railways cost more than elsewhere in Europe? Allan Urry investigates.
As part of its Big Society project, the government wants charities to play a leading role in providing public services. Can we be sure they are fit and honest enough to do the job?...
Can charities be trusted to run public services well and honestly? Gerry Northam reports.