Thanks to her popularity on the show, partly because of her interest in third world labour laws, she was given her own show, Stacey Dooley Investigates, in August 2009.
The two-part special was shown on BBC Three throughout August and September 2009.
Surprisingly, but fully deserved, title was reached by Dane, Nicki Pedersen.
Dooley first appeared on television as one of the participants on the documentary TV series Blood, Sweat and T-shirts.
Dooley and the other participants were selected to illustrate the typical fashion-obsessed consumer.
On 30 July 2016, Dooley appeared on the BBC's Celebrity Mastermind where her specialist subject was the television series Girls.
Additional heats had to be taken to solve the medal positions and clarify the TOP 5.
It also aired in Australia on ABC2 from 2 June 2010.
My Hometown Fanatics was broadcast on BBC Three on 20 February 2012.In the programme, Dooley was in Luton, where she talks to Islamists and the English Defence League.A three-part series entitled Coming Here Soon was broadcast on BBC Three in June and July 2012, in which Dooley explores the lives of young people in three countries affected by the global financial crisis: Greece, Ireland and Japan.On 28 January 2016, Dooley presented Stacey Dooley in Cologne: The Blame Game, about the New Year's Eve sexual assaults in Germany.
In 2011, BBC Three aired Tourism and the Truth: Stacey Dooley Investigates.
Over two episodes, Dooley investigated how tourism in Thailand and Kenya is affecting local workers, in particular with regard to local wages, corruption and environmental changes.