Catching the Tax Dodgers
We were prepared for harrowing tales of life under Isis, but never expected positive stories to emerge from the horror, says director Edward Watts
The programme, presented by reporter Antony Barnett, uncovers unknown deals between cash-strapped councils and banks that are costing taxpayers millions of pounds a year.
A biological scientist answers some questions about eating rice
OFSTED reports into some of the schools featured in the film.
A list of Help and Support organisations for alcohol issues
Just 1% of allegations of racism by members of the public against the police in England and Wales were upheld over an eight year period, an investigation by Dispatches reveals
Websites related to the Dispatches programme Breadline Kids offering more information about the organisations helping people like those in the film
Jezza Neumann investigates the growing number of children given food aid in the UK
Antony Barnett investigates the low fat products on our supermarket shelves
A list of organisations offering support and counselling to adults and parents
Morland Sanders reports on how our Accident and Emergency wards are coping
Antony Barnett reports on where your money is going when you pay your water bill
Gary Rimmer reports on the facts behind our sugar addiction
A list of help and advice websites
From reporter Harry Wallop
It’s that time of year again. As temperatures drop and we reach for the thermostat, a bill rise from an energy company never seems far off.
Ian Moss and the Specialist Support team at the Citizen Advice Bureau compile answers to some important questions
"Working undercover, I was shocked by what I found..."
An investigation into police brutality in South Africa.
Dr Carl Heneghan, Clinical Reader and Director of the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, University of Oxford answers some important questions.
If you have any concerns about the diabetes drugs you are taking you must consult your doctor before stopping or changing your medication.
The most striking thing about *Sarah [not her real name] is her bright smile and sweet tendency to collapse into giggles.
Help and support links
'The taxi driver flicked on the CD player and asked politely if he could put his AK47 between my legs, as it often got in the way of his accelerator
A list of organisations and charities that can offer help and support to those people affected by the issues raised in Death on the Wards.
Websites and links to organisations that can provide support and advice related to the issues covered in Britain's Hidden Child Abuse
We all know the Weight Watchers brand: the meetings, the products and the ads. It is the leading diet company in the country and with the nation in the midst of an obesity epidemic, there is no shortage of customers.
As a busy working mum I shop for convenience but want the little people I live with to eat healthily
Along with most drivers, I've seen my car insurance premiums creep up steadily in recent years, well above the rate of inflation
Websites related to the Dispatches programme The American School Massacre offering help and support to those people affected by the issues.
Thirteen thousand pounds. That's how much Dr Asher Siddiqi claims was missing from his bank account when he went on line to check his balance
A list of help and support organisations related to the Dispatches programme Sharing Mum and Dad (8pm, Monday 14th January 2013 on Channel 4).
Dispatches asked whether current legislation is up to date with the modern family. Thanks to everyone who took part, we received 1,103 submissions (as at 1pm on Monday 14 January 2013).
What will happen if Israel attacks Iran? This question has been on the lips of government officials across the Western and Arab worlds for almost 10 years.
Morland Sanders writes about making Getting Rich on the NHS for Dispatches
Tina recounts her experiences making the Dispatches documentary
A list of national organisations providing help and support on the issues raised in Do You Know Your Partner's Past?
Reporter Paul Mills writes about his experience as an undercover waiter on board the cruise ship
Sixteen per cent. It doesn't sound that significant without context, but it's a figure that has stuck with me during the making of this programme. That's how many older people in the UK admit they are lonely, according to the government.
The British high street is in crisis. Or so many of the statistics seem to suggest, with one in seven of all shops lying vacant and a number of high profile names going bust in recent years.
After Jamie Oliver's high-profile campaign to improve school meals, millions of pounds were pumped into improving school canteens and tough minimum standards on food and nutrition were set and enforced
It's one of the few sectors of our seemingly once gold-plated property market that still has a degree of boom attached to it - leasehold homes now account for 40% of all new builds in England and Wales
The following organisations can offer help and advice on the issues raised by Property Nightmare: The Truth About Leaseholds
Heather Wardle is Research Director at NatCen Social Research
A feature from the National Problem Gambling Clinic
Over the past 10 years, the government has spent more than £9 million on promoting its '5-a-Day' campaign in a bid to improve the nation's health.
It's a perfectly legal activity. Frowned upon by some and actively encouraged by others. Tax avoidance is now a subject that has taken centre stage of the political debate.
I don't know why she did it. She told me South American women have a heightened sense of intuition but my lip curled, and I tried to only breath out for a while when my undercover assistant Rafaela Rocha removed the pillow case at the Ascot Hyde Park.
Watch a funeral cortege pass along the road and there's something profoundly moving about it all. The slow steady pace, the perfectly polished limousines, the black-clad undertakers. It's all so respectful, so dignified.
A list of websites offering help and support
A set of links related to the programme
It has become the latest buzzword for banks, credit card companies, music festivals, retailers, sandwich shops and transport operators. Who needs dirty coins and notes when you can pay for everything electronically?
The phonehacking scandal has recently thrown into sharp focus the murky underworld of private detectives and their ability to unearth the secrets on the rich and famous
Dispatches went undercover inside one of the UK's biggest ticket reselling websites - Viagogo - and found that major promoters allocate hundreds or even thousands of tickets to be sold through their website at well above the face value.
Podcast of the programme
A comprehensive list of which documentaries have won awards and when
Documentary filmmaker Jezza Neumann writes about his experiences while making The Children of Gaza.
Order of operations (a note from Richard Dunne, to accompany the Dispatches film Kids Don't Count
I've been writing and broadcasting about the credit crunch ever since it first broke in September 2007 - the fateful weekend we watched the first bank run since the nineteenth century
Three hours' drive north of Pakistan's capital, Islamabad, the flat highway gives way to the windy roads that weave through the Hindu Kush mountains
Pakistan's Taliban Generation investigates how the war on terror is creating a generation of child terrorists - children prepared to kill both inside and outside Pakistan.
The following script contains details of organisations working for human rights and to end the trafficking and exploitation of children and young women
Standing in a large family house in the Hurriya district of Baghdad a little boy, no more than ten years old, with huge round eyes silently points out the bullet holes in each of the bedrooms