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BBC Scotland Investigates Season 2007

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Feb 21, 2007
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The Malawi Aid Game Feb 21, 2007 Two years ago Jack McConnell launched Scotland's International Development Policy, promising to "change lives" in one of the world's poorest countries. He pledged £3m a year of taxpayers' money to help the southern African country of Malawi out of poverty. Fiona Walker, for Frontline Scotland, investigates the impact of the first minister's controversial foray into international aid, and finds the money isn't always reaching those in most need.

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May 9, 2007
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Luke Mitchell: The Devil's Own? May 9, 2007 One of Britain's most notorious teenagers, Luke Mitchell, was sentenced to life for the brutal murder of his 14-year-old girlfriend Jodi Jones. He was portrayed as the personification of evil. Now, as he prepares his appeal - and with the suggestion of a new 'suspect' - Frontline's Samantha Poling examines the circumstances under which Luke Mitchell was charged and reveals new information which casts doubt on the safety of his conviction.

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Mar 27, 2007
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The Tiger Trail Mar 27, 2007 The magnificent Siberian tiger is on the verge of extinction. Poaching threatens to wipe them out as unscrupulous hunters kill the tigers to make illegal Chinese medicines. Now for the first time Frontline can reveal those medicines are on sale in Scotland. Ross McWilliam and a team of undercover investigators track down the shops and supermarkets which are selling banned products that claim to contain endangered species like the tiger.

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May 7, 2007
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Angelika - My Angela May 7, 2007 Martin Macaskill, the boyfriend of murdered Polish student Angelika Kluk, talks exclusively to Frontline following the conviction of Peter Tobin for her brutal murder. He reveals the truth behind the salacious headlines: the details of his romance with Angelika, his wife's acceptance of their relationship, and how he's coped with the torrent of sordid allegations during the trial. In spite of it all, he says he has no regrets about falling in love with Angelika.

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S2007 E10

May 30, 2007
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The Billion Pound Bank Robbery May 30, 2007 Frontline goes undercover to investigate the gangs that infiltrate call centres and steal your bank details - and your money. This kind of bank robbery has netted thieves billions of pounds, according to a UK security expert. In a programme that RHL, the call centre company, tried to stop you seeing, Ross McWilliam reveals the criminal masterminds running this fraud right here in Scotland.

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Jun 11, 2007
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Critical Error: The Lisa Norris Story Jun 11, 2007 Ayrshire teenager Lisa Norris won people's hearts when it was revealed that she had suffered a massive overdose of radiotherapy during her cancer treatment. Lisa's parents believe that her radiotherapy treatment killed her. Frontline reporter Samantha Poling investigates how often mistakes are made in radiotherapy treatment and reveals concerns with the provision of radiotherapy service across the NHS.

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Aug 28, 2007
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The NHS - A Broken Trust Aug 28, 2007 A decade ago the English law courts made a landmark ruling that was to have a huge impact on who should get funding for long-term care from the NHS. A court ruled that if your primary needs were health care then the NHS should pay for everything, whether you were in hospital or not. The guidelines in England were changed, but not in Scotland. Ross McWilliam investigates.

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