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Monday 2 October 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Panorama

Last year
Two cases of new Covid-19 variant of concern confirmed in Ireland
Earlier this month, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control classified two sub-lineages of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 as variants of concern.
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Footage of UK abattoir slaughtering racehorses 'does not happen here', Irish officials say
The British Horseracing Authority has promised to examine content of the BBC Panorama investigation.
BBC Panorama documentary to focus on fate of ex-racehorses
‘The Dark Side of Horse Racing’ will be shown at 8.30pm this evening.
Martin Bashir: 'I never wanted to harm Diana and I don’t believe we did'
The journalist’s reputation is in tatters following a report that he used “deceitful behaviour” to land his world exclusive 1995 interview.
Tony Hall resigns from National Gallery after Diana interview report
The BBC’s former director-general has quit his role as chair of the National Gallery.
BBC documentary team threatened following Kinahan documentary
The BBC released a statement this evening.
Prince William cautiously welcomes probe into Diana’s controversial BBC Panorama interview
The British royal said the investigation into the circumstances surrounding 1995 interview ‘should help establish truth’.
BBC appoints ex-judge to investigate 1995 interview with Princess Diana
Princess Diana’s brother has alleged that the BBC Panorama reporter who conducted the interview showed him faked documents.
Calls for Sellafield to be closed down after investigation exposes safety concerns
BBC Panorama found that radioactive materials have been stored in degrading plastic bottles.
Sports Film Of The Week: Catch Me If You Can
This BBC Panorama doc has sparked fresh controversy around the methods of high-profile athletics coach Alberto Salazar.
Elton John calls for Dolce and Gabbana boycott over IVF comments
One of the designers called IVF children ‘”synthetic”.
Rotherham victim: 'I was a child and they should have stepped in...I will never forget'
Victims of the Rotherham gangs have said that the current investigations are “too late”.
14 panoramic photos that went terribly, terribly wrong
More like panoramaaaAAARGH.
Britain’s secret force ‘used IRA tactics’ during the Troubles
The activities of the Military Reconnaissance Force in the 1970s are subject to a Panorama investigation tonight and former members break their 40-year-silence.
SVP concerned over moneylender issuing vouchers instead of cash
Provident Personal Credit, Ireland’s largest regulated moneylender, has started issuing One4all gift vouchers to some borrowers.
BBC to air North Korea documentary despite criticisms from university
The London School of Economics says its students were ‘deliberately misled’ by the BBC, who sent a journalist within a travelling party.
Savile investigation: Allegations against 'eight to ten' BBC employees
George Entwistle says it’s too early to tell, but the BBC will assist police investigations into a possible paedophile ring.
BBC editor who dropped Savile expose ‘stepping aside’
A Panorama programme to be broadcast tonight will shed new light on the BBC’s handling of allegations of young people being sexually abused by its former star.
'Stay at home and watch it on TV' - Campbell warns of racist violence in Ukraine
The former Arsenal and Spurs defender has spoken out about the safety of England fans at Euro 2012 as part of a Panorama documentary to be broadcast tonight.
Alzheimer's patient beaten by carer at UK nursing home
A programme on BBC television tonight will highlight the abuse of an elderly patient at a care home in London last year.
World Cup decision: the Twitter reaction
The decision to award the tournaments to Russia and Qatar has set a million keyboards tapping.