What did you think of The One Show? Guest: Clive James
In the news today: At the World Masters Games, Ruth Frith, 100, has won a gold medal with her winning shot put throw of 4.07m! So...
Anita Rani investigated whether it might be best to take babies from 'broken' families into care. Martin Narey, chief executive of Barnardo's, who called for more children as babies to be taken into foster care, joined the debate in the studio.
A new survey suggests that the British have the lowest quality of life despite enjoying the highest level of household income in Europe. Christopher Biggins took to the streets of Britain to ask if money doesn't hold the key to our happiness, then what does?
This week sees Marty Jopson examine each of the five senses. Tonight, it kicked off with touch and pain, and Marty travelled to Leeds Metropolitan University to discover why some people have a higher pain threshold than others.
And Miranda Krestovnikoff witnessed the release of one hundred sand lizards in Dorset.
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