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Panorama

Panorama

BBC One 1953

Panorama is a BBC Television current affairs documentary programme. First broadcast in 1953, it is the world's longest-running public affairs television programme.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Panorama

Panorama - S2000E20

#1 - England's Shame

10.00

Season 2000 - Episode 20

In a special investigation, Panorama goes undercover with English supporters at Euro 2000.

The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Panorama from 1 votes.

Panorama - S2007E17

#2 - White Fright

10.00

Season 2007 - Episode 17

The show looks at several communities which have been split by colour and religion.

The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Panorama from 1 votes.

Panorama - S2014E4

#3 - Educating North Korea

10.00

Season 2014 - Episode 4

It's one of the most closed and repressive societies on earth. Its ruthless young leader Kim Jong-un has threatened nuclear war against America and recently executed his own uncle. Yet in the heart of North Korea's absolute dictatorship, a remarkable university - paid for by the west - is attempting to open the minds of the secretive state's future elite. Panorama has gained unprecedented access to this most unusual of academic institutions - which is educating the sons of the brutal regime. Reporter Chris Rogers lives with them on campus and asks: can the class of 2014 help to bring the hermit nation in from the cold?

The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Panorama from 1 votes.

Panorama - S2014E28

#4 - Drivers Who Kill

10.00

Season 2014 - Episode 28

Every day five people die on Britain's roads - but they seldom make headlines. Is this complacency leading to a lack of justice for victims and their families? Tonight's Panorama investigates whether a change to the driving laws has seen our justice system go soft on dangerous driving and questions whether in car technology is driving us to distraction behind the wheel.

The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Panorama from 1 votes.

Panorama - S2014E43

#5 - Ebola Frontline

10.00

Season 2014 - Episode 43

NHS doctors and nurses have been working on the front line against Ebola in clinics in West Africa. Panorama spent a month in Sierra Leone with British-born Dr Javid Abdelmoneim filming his every moment working at a treatment centre run by the charity MSF. Using specially adapted cameras, Dr Javid records the physical and emotional impact of this deadly virus on whole families and on the medical staff treating them. Even in these desperately difficult circumstances there are moments of euphoria as patients who have been cured leave the centre.

The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Panorama from 2 votes.

#6 - Emergency in A&E
10.00
Season 2015 - Episode 4

Panorama reports on a week spent in the accident and emergency department of the University Hospital of North Tees in Stockton, as this vital part of the NHS faces unprecedented pressure. It is the second programme Panorama has made in this hospital. One year on, why have things changed so much? There are more patients who are more ill, others who should never have come to A&E in the first place, and the hospital's 'regulars' - one has come in over 100 times. Panorama talks to patients and to stressed and overstretched staff, the front line troops of the NHS.

The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Panorama from 1 votes.

#7 - Towards the Zero Hour
10.00
Season 2001 - Episode 33

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The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Panorama from 1 votes.

#8 - Iraq: The Final Judgement
10.00
Season 2016 - Episode 20

As the country awaits next week's verdict from the long-delayed Iraq Inquiry into why we went to war and what the lessons should be, Jane Corbin returns to southern Iraq. With her are parents who lost a son, a soldier, there and the general who led British troops into battle. Why did it all go so wrong?

The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Panorama from 1 votes.

#9 - The Operation that Ruined My Life
10.00
Season 2017 - Episode 47

Women across the UK are suffering after an operation they were told would transform their lives. Instead, some of them say their lives have been ruined. For years women have been fitted with mesh-like devicesto treat prolapse or incontinence - often caused by childbirth. Although it's been a successful treatment for many of them, thousands of women in the US, the UK and Australia are now suing, after finding themselves in agony or suffering other serious complications. Reporter Lucy Adams meets women living with constant pain. She investigates how and why these devices were approved for use in the first place and asks whether manufacturers and regulators should have acted sooner to take some of them off the market.

The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Panorama from 1 votes.

#10 - Murdoch's TV Pirates
9.50
Season 2012 - Episode 11

As Rupert Murdoch faces accusations of law-breaking and corruption at his British tabloid newspapers, Panorama reveals fresh hacking allegations striking at the heart of News Corporation's pay-TV empire. The investigation examines the role of former senior police officers in recruiting people to break the law - in order to bring down Murdoch's commercial rival. Vivian White reveals fresh allegations of hacking at the heart of Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation, this time involving its pay-TV services. The investigation examines the alleged role of former senior police officers in recruiting people to break the law in order to bring down one of the media mogul's commercial rivals. Postponed from Monday March 12.

The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Panorama from 2 votes.

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