Donald Trump has changed the face of American politics, but what do those who voted for him make of his first tumultuous year in office? Filmed over a year in Michigan, Florida, Texas and Wyoming this edition asks Trump voters.
Can a mother addicted to drugs change? Should the state be helping her or taking her baby away? Panorama gains exclusive access to a residential unit where mothers try to prove they're fit to be a parent.
British courts ordered more than 24,000 "no-fault" evictions in 2017. Richard Bilton meets some of those evicted with little notice or explanation and the private landlords for whom such evictions can be a lifeline.
For the first time major employers in the UK are having to reveal the average wages they pay men and women. At the same time organisations like the BBC are in battles over equal pay. Jane Corbin meets workers fighting for equality.
An investigation into modern day slavery. It is thought that more than 100,000 North Korean workers are posted abroad to earn money for the cash-strapped regime - money that is then ploughed into its nuclear programme.
Why does London attract so much dirty money? Leaked documents reveal gangsters, their families and associates are taking advantage of offshore secrecy and ineffective money laundering controls to buy property and art in the capital.
Everyone has the right to a fair trial but how sure can people be that they will get one? Katie Razzall investigates cases where evidence has not been investigated by the police or withheld from defendants.
1 year on from the Grenfell Tower fire no-one has been arrested or held to account. Richard Bilton reveals new evidence about the safety failures that led to 72 deaths and tracks down those with questions to answer.
People are all increasingly glued to their smart phones and consumed by social media, but why? Panorama reporter Hilary Andersson tracks down tech insiders who reveal how social-media companies have deliberately developed habit-forming technology to get people hooked. A former Facebook manager tells the programme: 'Their goal is to addict you and then sell your time' and the creator of the 'like' button warns of the dangers of social-media addiction. Panorama investigates the science behind the lure of technology, and shows how behavioural science has been used to ...