Wednesday, 21 November 2012, 10:35PM – 11:35PM

Almost two months on from revealing The Other Side of Jimmy Savile, Exposure tracks progress in the police investigation and asks how Savile achieved his extraordinary power and influence.

Wednesday, 10 October 2012, 10:35PM – 11:35PM

No Bribes Please! We’re British!

The information contained herein is strictly embargoed from all press use, non-commercial publication, or syndication until Tuesday October 2, 2012.

Britain now has a Bribery Act which makes it illegal for British businesses to bribe foreign government officials.

Exposure lifts the lid on Britain’s murky commercial dealings to win overseas contracts.

Wednesday, 3 October 2012, 11:10PM – 12:05AM

Former detective Mark Williams-Thomas conducts an in-depth investigation into allegations that Sir Jimmy Savile sexually abused vulnerable teenage girls at the height of his fame.

Wednesday, 26 September 2012, 10:35PM – 11:35PM

The British Way of Death:

The information contained herein is strictly embargoed from all press use, non-commercial publication, or syndication until Tuesday September 18, 2012.

The first in a new series of Exposure documentaries goes undercover to reveal the dark side of the hugely profitable funeral business, with shocking examples of racism and disrespect of bodies and the bereaved.

Monday, 31 October 2011, 10:35PM – 11:35PM

Bailiffs: This film goes undercover to investigate the behaviour of the bailiffs instructed to chase millions of householders and car owners each year. 

It asks whether the voluntary guidelines that bailiffs are meant to follow are enough to protect the public. 

Monday, 24 October 2011, 10:35PM – 11:35PM

On the Run: 

Former detective Mark Williams Thomas investigates how thousands of criminals go on the run every year after jumping bail or breaking their license conditions. He hunts two men wanted by the authorities and reveals that a lack of resources has forced some police forces totarget only the most serious fugitives, leaving plenty roaming the streets.

Monday, 17 October 2011, 10:35PM – 11:35PM

The World’s Deadliest Arms Race: 

‘The World’s Deadliest Arms Race’ tells the real story of how roadside bombs, built in back street village workshops, have become the Taliban’s ‘perfect weapon’ in their war against the coalition in Afghanistan. 

Improvised explosive devices, or IEDs, are the biggest killer of British and American troops in Afghanistan They cost just a few pounds to make but they are frustrating the best efforts of a super power now spending billions of dollars trying to beat them. Frontline troops and journalists describe what it’s like to be caught up in deadly attacks. And in footage specially recorded for this programme Taliban bomb makers talk about IEDs and why they believe the coalition cannot defeat them. 

Using roadside bombs that cost only a few pounds to make in Afghan village workshops, the Taliban have fought the British and American led coalition to a stalemate. 

As American officers and defence contractors explain in the World’s Deadliest Arms Race, the coalition’s electronic counter measures block out their own force’s radios. And the Taliban simply bypass them. Their armoured personnel carriers are so heavy they break down in the Afghan countryside. Today they are being replaced by lighter vehicles which the Taliban can blow up with bigger IEDs. And coalition troops in Afghanistan have had to search for IEDs lying face down on the ground, digging them up with their hands. 

Monday, 3 October 2011, 10:35PM – 11:35PM

ITV1 launches new current affairs strand, Exposure, with six single documentary films providing an in-depth, revealing focus on a range of powerful subjects. 

Exposure brings together films made by different producers exploring and investigating foreign and domestic topics, reporting on issues and telling human stories that resonate with our lives and shape our world. 

The series was commissioned for ITV1 by Peter Fincham, ITV Director of Television and will run alongside ITV1’s popular year-round current affairs strand, Tonight. 

Ian Squires, ITV’s Controller of Current Affairs and News Operations, said: “Exposure aims to shed light on a number of powerful and important subjects, from the world stage to very human and emotional stories, within individual and narrative-led hour-long films. 

“I’m delighted that with this new strand, alongside the continued terrific output from Tonight, ITV1 continues to be a platform for a broad range of journalistic voices.” 

Programme two synopsis: 

The Factory focuses on a city in Europe where the pollution is so bad, children struggle to breathe, DNA is damaged, and the vulnerable are forced indoors. ‘The Factory’ investigates the role played by a global mutli-national.’

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