Catching the Tax Dodgers
From shrinking Toblerones to a price row between Tesco and Marmite, Dispatches investigates Brexit's impact on the prices - and sizes - of some of our favourite brands
Dispatches goes undercover to examine wages and working conditions in British textile factories where clothes are made for some big brands
Britain's men are the fattest in Europe, our women are the second fattest, and our children are getting fatter younger. So why has Downing Street diluted its obesity strategy? Dispatches investigates.
Harry Wallop investigates why not enough homes have been built, despite promises to increase housing in the UK. Just how committed are the government to easing the housing crisis?
Reporter Morland Sanders finds a shadowy workforce of North Koreans in mainland Europe who could end up working in UK fields and factories post-Brexit
The National Living Wage was supposed to mean a pay increase for some of Britain's poorest workers, but is everyone really getting richer?
As Easter approaches, Dispatches investigates the story behind the takeover of Britain's most famous chocolate brand
Dispatches investigates who the winners and losers are under the right-to-buy scheme
Greg Wise finds out how financial advisors help wealthy clients minimise their tax bill
As how we shop changes, we increasingly rely on parcel firms to deliver our shopping. But as the number of items delivered has risen, so have complaints. Dispatches goes undercover to investigate.
Dispatches investigates well-funded global networks that are supporting a wave of anti-gay laws around the world
Ths story of the secret underground network trying to free the women held captive by Isis
The true life story of the families whose lives have been torn apart by ISIS.
Twelve-year-old Oli finds reassurance in the sea
Seyi Rhodes investigates exam cheats
Reporter Seyi Rhodes interviews a former head of a state primary school on what motivated him to break the rules
Welcome to the black and white ball
Deputy Prime Minister's advice to donor
The UK is the only major power without a maritime surveillance plane
Overplaying our military ability could get us into big trouble says the former head of UK armed forces
Britain's new benefits regime - what's life really like for those hit with penalties?
Dispatches investigates the behaviour of politicians in Westminster. Jack Straw and Sir Malcolm Rifkind were filmed in an undercover investigation
Dispatches investigates the behaviour of politicians in Westminster. Jack Straw and Sir Malcolm Rifkind were filmed in an undercover investigation.
Becky describes her first experience of visiting a food bank
Anthony Barnett meets with parking campaigner to investigate the increase in parking tickets
If you're stuck for ideas, Michael Buerk has suggestions for how you can splash out ...
Tthe recovery from recession has increased the gap between the ritchest and the rest
A couple talk about how the pilot scheme for Universal Credit benefits left them worse off
The hunt for Boko Haram
A lawyer’s view on the evidence of crimes during the hunt for Boko Haram
How charity calls to a pensioner with Alzheimer’s left him thinking he was working for them
Winners and losers in the supermarket supply chain
What the discount stores are doing to encourage us to buy their products
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Dispatches carries out an experiment to see if minimum unit pricing of alcohol will work for a new generation of drinkers
An undercover investigation by Dispatches reveals the dark side of international football
Dispatches is investigating how the police handle complaints of police racism. In this clip, reporter Ade Adepitan speaks to Xavier Thompson-Martel, who made a complaint involving racism after he was stopped and searched in 2010.
Ade Adepitan talks about his experience as a young black motorist
Stephen Lawrence's brother Stuart talks about how he was stopped by the police
When choices have to be made to heat or eat, Cara, nine, and her gran describes visiting a food bank in West London
Since the recession began over a 1,000 breakfast clubs have been started for primary aged children. Rosie, eight, tells us her experience.
Chris Arnold, a self-described ethical advertiser, shares a few tricks of marketing junk food to kids
When is an ad not and ad – inside the world of advertising to kids
Dispatches: Policemen Behaving Badly
Eat wisely, the amount of sugar in some low fat food may surprise you
Professor Theresa Marteau is a leading behavioural scientist. She’s studied how food labels influence us and says people consume low fat labelled foods even more than if the food had just been labelled as regular.
Morland Sanders discovers how horses are left to die by traders, who are sending their meat into the food supply
What’s in your ham and Cheese pizza?
Homophobic abuse and football
Footballer Jason Roberts talks about racism in the sport
Morland Sanders reports on who knows what about your finances and how the information gathered is not always correct
Dispatches investigates homophobic attacks on the gay community in Russia
In Russia where it's thought only 1% of gay people dare to live completely openly, Dispatches investigates the homophobic attacks on the gay community, as the country hosts the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
Hunted explores the terror that gay people in Russia are calling 'hunting season'
Antony has a date in Whitehall, in a sewer!
How can sugar cause so much harm?
Antony Barnett visits Lord Henningfield at Essex County Council
Can you really buy big brand names on the cheap?
Dispatches takes a closer look at the stores promising luxury for less
Tazeen Ahmad is shown hospital equipment by Dr Taheri
As the cost of living rises faster than many pay packets and life expectancy increases, Michael Buerk asks what your pension is really worth (C4, Mon 18 Nov 2013)
State TV tells the hungry masses that they live in a land of plenty...
Peter Francis, who spent four years living undercover, is the first officer from the Metropolitan Police's SDS to publicly speak out.
This clip highlights the extent of the abuse and torture carried out in Iraq, as revealed following the Dispatches investigation
In this undercover investigation, Jon Snow reports on the return of the slum landlord in 21st-century Britain
Dispatches reveals the scale of the Duchy of Cornwall's hugely profitable property empire and looks at the amount of tax Prince Charles is paying.
Is Britain's immigration system fit for purpose?
A victim of child sex abuse in a British religious community goes undercover
Dispatches' undercover reporter is ready for duty
Harry Wallop sets up his own store on Deptford High Street to show that size matters when it comes to bargains.
Lucia tells her us her experience with Job Centre Plus
Dispatches investigates the controversial Work Capability Assessment (WCA)
How well do people know what counts towards their 5 a day?
Portrait of a once golden couple who've become global hate figures
As the numbers of homeless rise, Dispatches goes undercover in the property rental market again to find out what really happens when you're without a roof over your ahead and desperate
Dispatches questions the scrutiny of medical professionals
The battle between travellers, their neighbours and the law
The strike that killed Osama bin Laden provided a glimpse of the US campaign to kill Taliban and Al Qaeda fighters. Dispatches goes inside the US 'kill/capture' programme.
Journalist Laurie Penny reveals the increasing commercialisation of higher education
Richard Wilson describes a typical train journey scenario
Krishan Guru-Murthy and Faisal Islam, C4 economics editor, debate with a live audience what national assets could be flogged to help get us out of recession
Alex Thompson reveals the cheap Vietnamese river catfish being passed off as cod by some unscrupulous fish and chip shops