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Real Story

> Real Story on BBC One at 2008-12-08 12:15:00
What Happened Next? Fiona Bruce reveals what's happened to some of the Real Story characters after the cameras have gone, including the first British teenager to have weight loss surgery.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2008-09-28 21:00:00
Fiona Bruce presents the current affairs magazine that hears from key characters involved in the week's big news stories.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2008-09-28 20:00:00
Fiona Bruce presents the current affairs magazine that hears from key characters involved in the week's big news stories.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2008-07-18 06:00:00
Fiona Bruce presents the current affairs magazine.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2008-07-18 05:00:00
Fiona Bruce presents the current affairs magazine.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2008-06-02 15:30:00
Fiona Bruce presents the current affairs magazine that hears from key characters involved in the week's big news stories.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2008-06-02 14:30:00
Fiona Bruce presents the current affairs magazine that hears from key characters involved in the week's big news stories.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2008-04-30 21:25:00
Twenty-two families whose children were born with rare limb deformities claim the birth defects were caused during the clean-up of toxic waste from a former steelworks site.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2008-04-20 16:30:00
Fiona Bruce presents the current affairs magazine that hears from key characters involved in the week's big news stories.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2008-04-11 05:00:00
Fiona Bruce presents the current affairs magazine.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2007-12-28 23:15:00
As more British holidaymakers find themselves targeted by terrorists, Fiona Bruce asks why their insurers and the government refuse to give them the same level of compensation they would at home.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2007-11-11 13:10:00
Family Liaison: Fiona Bruce and cameras have spent six months following officers from the Metropolitan Police's liaison unit to report on the coppers who care.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2007-09-10 11:45:00
Stolen Babies: John Sweeney examines the case of a woman who had her children taken away by the family courts. Does medical evidence the court overlooked suggest a possible miscarriage of justice?

> Real Story on BBC Two at 2007-06-26 16:05:00
As more British holidaymakers find themselves targeted by terrorists, Fiona Bruce asks why their insurers and the government refuse to give them the same level of compensation they would at home.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2007-06-20 16:05:00
As more British holidaymakers find themselves targeted by terrorists, Fiona Bruce asks why their insurers and the government refuse to give them the same level of compensation they would at home.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2007-06-20 15:05:00
As more British holidaymakers find themselves targeted by terrorists, Fiona Bruce asks why their insurers and the government refuse to give them the same level of compensation they would at home.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2007-03-27 18:00:00
What Happened Next? Fiona Bruce reveals what's happened to some of the Real Story characters after the cameras have gone, including the first British teenager to have weight loss surgery.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2007-03-22 19:00:00
Nurses on the Run: Hundreds of British nurses are heading to Australia and the exodus could cripple the Health Service. Real Story follows two nurses as they set out to make a new life Down Under.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2007-03-21 14:35:00
As more British holidaymakers find themselves targeted by terrorists, Fiona Bruce asks why their insurers and the government refuse to give them the same level of compensation they would at home.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2007-02-28 19:30:00
What's Under Your House? Investigating the homes that have been left worthless because of what's underneath them, and revealing what checks should be made about what lies below a property.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2007-02-21 19:30:00
The current affairs magazine that hears from key characters involved in the week's big news stories.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2007-02-14 19:30:00
Single reporter Kate McIntyre tries her luck at the growing phenomenon of online dating and discovers how some would be partners are out to steal your money and not your heart.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2007-01-31 19:30:00
Paul Kenyon reports on the battle of 1,500 Brits to save their dream homes in the Spanish sun which face being bulldozed down because they may have been built illegally.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2007-01-31 16:30:00
Twenty-two families whose children were born with rare limb deformities claim the birth defects were caused during the clean-up of toxic waste from a former steelworks site.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-12-20 19:30:00
Bringing Home the Baby: Fiona Bruce focuses on foreign adoptions through the eyes of Polly Griffiths - a child (now a grown woman) sent by nuns in Africa to Britain for a better life.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-12-13 19:00:00
The Teacher Squad: Following a special team showing teachers at a London school how to improve their methods. But with GCSE results below the national average at Walworth, it's no easy task.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-12-04 19:30:00
The Company That Stole Christmas: Investigation into the collapse of Farepak that's left more than 130,000 savers facing a bleak Christmas.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-11-29 19:30:00
Stolen Bones: The macabre story of how bones stolen from corpses in America came to be implanted in over 40 British hospital patients.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-11-01 19:30:00
Twenty-two families whose children were born with rare limb deformities claim the birth defects were caused during the clean-up of toxic waste from a former steelworks site.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-10-25 19:30:00
Fiona Bruce presents the current affairs magazine that hears from key characters involved in the week's big news stories.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-10-25 18:30:00
Fiona Bruce presents the current affairs magazine that hears from key characters involved in the week's big news stories.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-10-18 19:30:00
Fiona Bruce presents the current affairs magazine.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-10-18 18:30:00
Fiona Bruce presents the current affairs magazine.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-10-11 19:30:00
As more British holidaymakers find themselves targeted by terrorists, Fiona Bruce asks why their insurers and the government refuse to give them the same level of compensation they would at home.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-10-11 18:30:00
As more British holidaymakers find themselves targeted by terrorists, Fiona Bruce asks why their insurers and the government refuse to give them the same level of compensation they would at home.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-10-04 19:30:00
Rubbish: As councils and householders clash over reduced bin collections and attempts to impose recycling schemes, Fiona Bruce reports from the frontline of the war on rubbish.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-10-04 18:30:00
Rubbish: As councils and householders clash over reduced bin collections and attempts to impose recycling schemes, Fiona Bruce reports from the frontline of the war on rubbish.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-08-29 21:35:00
Becky's Story: Drama-documentary looking at how one vulnerable teenager was failed by a system meant to protect her from a dangerous paedophile, and the lessons that must be learnt from her story.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-07-10 19:30:00
Fiona Bruce presents the current affairs magazine that hears from key characters involved in the week's big news stories.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-07-03 19:30:00
Is weight loss surgery for children on the NHS the answer to Britain's obesity problems? Fiona Bruce meets teens who both hope to and have been under the knife to try and get control of their weight.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-07-03 18:30:00
Is weight loss surgery for children on the NHS the answer to Britain's obesity problems? Fiona Bruce meets teens who both hope to and have been under the knife to try and get control of their weight.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-06-28 19:30:00
Family Liaison: Fiona Bruce and cameras have spent six months following officers from the Metropolitan Police's liaison unit to report on the coppers who care.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-06-28 18:30:00
Family Liaison: Fiona Bruce and cameras have spent six months following officers from the Metropolitan Police's liaison unit to report on the coppers who care.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-06-27 22:35:00
What Killed My Dad? After recording her father's death on an NHS ward, a daughter raises questions about whether deaths caused by hospital acquired infections are being accurately recorded.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-06-27 21:35:00
What Killed My Dad? After recording her father's death on an NHS ward, a daughter raises questions about whether deaths caused by hospital acquired infections are being accurately recorded.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-06-09 19:30:00
Don't Take My Baby: John Sweeney investigates why a British mother has fled to Ireland to have her baby because she's afraid that her new born child will be taken away by her local social services.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-06-09 18:30:00
Don't Take My Baby: John Sweeney investigates why a British mother has fled to Ireland to have her baby because she's afraid that her new born child will be taken away by her local social services.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-06-05 19:30:00
Knife Amnesty: As police battle to reduce the number of stabbings through a knife amnesty, Rageh Omaar investigates why more and more young people are carrying and using knives.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-06-05 18:30:00
Knife Amnesty: As police battle to reduce the number of stabbings through a knife amnesty, Rageh Omaar investigates why more and more young people are carrying and using knives.

> Real Story on BBC One at 2006-05-31 19:30:00
Dental Tourism: As 2,000 dentists leave the NHS, Fiona Bruce reports on the increasing numbers of patients travelling overseas for dental treatment.

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