Listen to a selection of clips from recent and upcoming programmes.
'The future of medicine is going to be drastically different from the last century'.
Dr Atul Gawande says the story of medicine is one of complexity and of human fallibility.
Millions of women use the contraceptive pill at some point in their life time
New NHS guidance says 45% of mothers and babies are better off giving birth
Reith Lecturer Atul Gawande says doctors 'have to be good at more than just cure'.
The Reith Lecturer says we should focus on giving people a good life till the very end.
Edward Stourton talks to Professor George Griffin, advisor on Ebola to the Government
A nurse infected with Ebola was tested 7 times at Heathrow before being cleared to fly.
Edward Stourton talks to Dr Oliver Johnson about the Ebola epidemic
The movie follows the life of physicist Stephen Hawking.
The Today programme asked two people working through the night to record audio diaries.
"The whole concept of the risk of getting cancer is a very confusing area."
Edward Stourton speaks to former Chief Medical Officer Sir Liam Donaldson
College of Emergency Medicine on why some hospitals are struggling with patient numbers.
The British government is funding over 100 burial teams.
Martha Kearney is joined by health leaders from across the NHS to discuss its future
A study found that a short walk each day could prevent an early death.
Professor Peter Piot on the impact of the Ebola outbreak.
Neuroscientists say voices from families can help people awake from a coma.
Alan Milburn tells Norman Smith that Labour should be "moving things forward" on the NHS
Mel Fallowfield smoked through her first pregnancy and part of her second.
'The level of expertise required of you as a consultant is of a very high standard'.
Mother says "I don't feel our child would have three parents" if it received donor DNA.
Shaun Ley speaks to Sharon Bernardi, who lost seven children to mitochrondial disease
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