File on 4
FileOn4: Childhood Cancer 15 Jul 14
A child with cancer - every parent's nightmare: Are red tape and commercial considerations standing in the way of new drugs which could mean the difference between life and death?
FileOn4: Late Payments 08 Jul 14
The Government wants to help small business by ensuring their bills are paid on time. But can it succeed when even some public sector contracts are leaving companies in trouble?
FileOn4: A Deadly Dilemma 01 Jul 14
Are international regulations designed to stop money and equipment reaching terrorist organisations curtailing vital aid programmes in some of the world's most troubled regions?
FileOn4: Yarl's Wood 24 Jun 14
Are the hundreds of women held at Yarl's Wood immigration removal centre safe? Simon Cox investigates calls for the centre to be closed amid claims of sexual abuse and poor health care.
FileOn4: Inside the Abattoir 17 Jun 14
Does the recent Halal meat controversy mask a bigger concern about the way our meat is killed and processed? Allan Urry investigates the grim realities of the slaughterhouse.
FileOn4: Northern Ireland: A Bitter Legacy 10 Jun 14
In the run-up to another marching season, how well is Nothern Ireland dealing with the legacy of 30 years of sectarian violence?
FileOn4: Short-selling Students? 03 June 14
With University fees costing as much as £9,000 per year, students are demanding more value for their money. But do they always get a fair deal? Fran Abrams investigates.
FileOn4: Practices Under Pressure 27 May 14
With warnings that GP services are under threat as never before, Jenny Cuffe investigates what's described as a "perfect storm" of funding cuts, retirement and growing demand.
FileOn4: Miscarriage of Justice 20 May 14
The Criminal Cases Review Commission is the body charged with examining potential miscarriages of justice in England and Wales. But is it up to the job? Allan Urry investigates.
FileOn4: Street Slaves 13 May 14
With the Government planning to introduce a Modern Slavery Bill this year, Jane Deith reveals how the homeless and other vulnerable people are being exploited for cheap labour.
FileOn4: Election Fraud 11 Mar 14
With local authority elections due in May, File on 4 investigates claims that organised ballot rigging in some communities is skewing local election results.
FileOn4: The Accountant Kings 04 Mar 14
Big accountancy companies now help run many aspects of British life with contracts across the public sector. But does that always guarantee value for money for taxpayers?
FileOn4: Deadly Hospitals? 25 Feb 14
What do death rates really tell us about the quality of care in your hospital? Gerry Northam has been investigating concerns that mortality statistics are not telling us the whole story.
FileOn4: Repeat Offenders 18 Feb 14
As government plans to reform the probation service are delayed, Danny Shaw investigates concerns about how the changes will be implemented and whether they will cut reoffending.
FileOn4: Flooding: Best Laid Plans? 11 Feb 14
Winter storms have caused serious disruption on the railways, roads and airports. How well prepared is Britain’s transport infrastructure to cope with the worst of the weather?
FileOn4: Cut-Price Care 04 Feb 14
Councils are driving down the cost of home care but where does that leave the elderly and vulnerable who rely on it for their daily needs? File on 4 investigates.
FileOn4: Food Fraud 28 Jan 14
Gerry Northam investigates the extent of food fraud across the UK and reports from Brussels on whether the EU has learned enough lessons from the horsemeat scandal.
FileOn4: Default by Design? 21 Jan 14
With a report due shortly on claims that The Royal Bank of Scotland profited by forcing some viable businesses into insolvency, Jane Deith hears from some of those affected.
FileOn4: Liquid Assets 14 Jan 14
Ofwat, the water regulator, will be giving water companies in England and Wales an indication of how much they can raise their prices for the next five years. But how easy is it to find out where the money from your bill goes? Lesley Curwen...
FileOn4: Chemical Weapons 07 Jan 14
Syria's stockpiles of nerve gas are being destroyed, but are there enough international controls to stop other rogue states and terrorists getting the chemicals to make their own?
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