BBC Scotland Investigates Season 2013
S2013 E00Jan 9, 2013
Scotched Earth Jan 9, 2013 Whisky is a global success story. Sold in over two hundred countries, the business is worth more than four billion pounds every year. Ten thousand people owe their living to it. Douglas Fraser set out to discover how whisky became so successful: as a part of our culture, as a symbol of our national identity, and as a vital part of our economy. He asks whether Scotland is getting enough back from whisky, and hears how we could cash in more on this amazing business success.
S2013 E00Jan 16, 2012
Life, Death and Enormous Amounts of Money Jan 16, 2012 With the NHS facing deep cuts across the board, just how much should we be spending on medicines to treat a few rare diseases? Kenneth Macdonald investigates the drugs industry where lifesaving medicines can cost as much as a quarter-of-a-million pounds per patient, per year. Are the pharmaceutical companies pricing their drugs fairly? And how much longer can the NHS afford to pay these prices?
S2013 E00Jan 28, 2013
Parking the Disabled Jan 28, 2013 Will the government's welfare reforms solve the problem of disability unemployment?
S2013 E00Apr 3, 2013
Scotland's Lost Babies Apr 3, 2013 Mark Daly investigates the Edinburgh baby ashes scandal.
S2013 E10Aug 15, 2013
Scotland the Fat Aug 15, 2013 Samantha Poling asks why Scotland has become the second fattest nation in the world.
S2013 E10Jul 10, 2013
Caffeine Nation Jul 10, 2013 How caffeinated products are targeted at the young and how caffeine affects the brain.
S2013 E10Jul 25, 2013
Tainted Love Jul 25, 2013 Fiona Walker investigates online dating and discovers a network of fake dating profiles.
S2013 E10Jul 29, 2013
Sins of Our Fathers Jul 29, 2013 Mark Daly uncovers shocking stories of physical and sexual abuse at Fort Augustus Abbey.