International undercover operations. Informants. Hidden camera tape. It all comes together in Al Jazeera Investigates, where we take you inside the network’s biggest stories. Listen to our podcasts here or subscribe to Al Jazeera Investigates through your favourite podcast platform.
Al Jazeera's Investigative Unit reveals in a series of six podcasts how academics at some of Britain’s top universities are allowed to continue teaching despite multiple complaints of abusive and drunken behaviour, sexual harassment or coercive control.Go to investigation
Al Jazeera’s I-Unit goes undercover to buy an English football club. But there’s a catch. The fictional buyer is a criminal on the run and wants to use the club to launder his dirty money. That’s against the rules but that won’t stop The Men Who Sell Football from trying to close the deal.Go to investigation
All the Prime Minister’s Men is a gripping, true-crime story of a high-level coverup happening right now in Bangladesh. Through undercover recordings, confessional interviews, historical analysis and primary source documents, Al Jazeera Investigates exposes the corrupt and ongoing relationship between a criminal gang of brothers and the country’s leader. It’s a relationship that’s lasted more than 30 years. Part One begins with a murder on the streets of the capital of Dhaka.Go to investigation
In late January 2020, two Chinese journalists got an assignment that would change their lives. They were sent to Wuhan to investigate the mysterious outbreak of a new strain of the coronavirus. What they witnessed as the city of 11 million people locked down is censored by the Chinese government. We are retelling it here, in testimony and footage smuggled out of the country. Here's what really happened in Wuhan during those three days that stopped the world.Go to investigation