As Third World countries face food shortages, there's over-production in the wealthy West.
Studio discussion about the moral dilemmas programme-makers sometimes face.
A report on the segregation of Catholics and Protestants in schools in Northern Ireland.
Jack Pizzey reports on the challenges facing staff at Cook County Hospital in Chicago.
From the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, where surgeons have developed neurosurgery.
John Pitman reports on a day in the life of Hyde Park. (1971)
The story of Gale Parsons, who died a drug addict on 11 January 1970.
Two youth groups with one aim in common - to cause shock and outrage by any means. (1969)
Surviving Battle of Britain pilots of No. 501 Squadron reunite at RAF Kenley. (1969)
Two mining families make the decision to move from Northumberland to Nottingham. (1967)
An invitation to the wedding of Norma and Barry - and Diana and Tim. (1967)
2/2. Angela Huth interviews lesbians about their lives and their place in society. (1967)
1/2. Jeremy James interviews homosexuals about the views of society towards them. (1967)
A look at the burgeoning popularity of the working-class celebrity. (1967)
Desmond Wilcox interviews various men and women who are coping with divorce. (1967)
Interviews with men and women whose marriages have gone wrong. (1967)
Young couples talk about the difference children have made to their marriages. (1967)
Man Alive speaks to couples who choose to live together, rather than marry. (1966)
Trevor Philpott looks at class divides, and the baggage that comes with them. (1966)