American satirist Joe Queenan presents a new history of lust.
Claudia examines the Hierarchy of Needs, part of Abraham Maslow's theory of motivation.
Clare Balding walks with Matthew Hopwood in Wiltshire.
originally broadcast in Front Row on 05 November 2008
Leo Johnson explores radical philosophies of happiness.
Aleks Krotoski asks if there are some things that we would be better off not knowing.
Jeffrey Sachs delivers the first of five lectures, recorded at The Royal Society in London
David Attenborough recalls moments of personal happiness.
Shumi Bose examines the qualities we consider to be most desirable in design.
Conflicts, big and small - what do they have in common? Evan Davis and guests discuss.
Jay Rayner asks what compels people to look at horrific things.
Why do writers find happiness such a difficult emotion to capture on the page?
Melvyn Bragg considers whether 'happiness' means living a life of pleasure or of virtue.
Josie Long hears stories of love, loss and finding yourself.
Alistair Cooke recalls when the private life of a politician was a taboo topic.
Edward Said explores the role of intellectuals from different cultures and backgrounds.
How do you raise happy, optimistic children?
Melvyn Bragg examines whether our natures are innate or defined by unbringing.
Clare Balding meets those who have found love and companionship through walking.
Joan Bakewell talks to Kirsty Lang about seeing her affair with Pinter portrayed on stage
Miranda Sawyer presents Six Degrees of Jubilation with Jeremy Deller and Sister Bliss.
Jules Evans explores what ancient philosophy can tell modern society about well-being.
Claudia meets Julian Rotter, who promoted personality theory in clinical psychology.
The story of one young man finding love when the lights go out.
If the economic struggle for survival is over, do we now need to work out how to live?
Sharon is 43, from Rotherham and looking for love. Grace Dent follows what happens.
Bettany Hughes explores the influence of Eros through the ages.
Cartoonist Gerald Scarfe recycles, slices and dices the BBC's archive on love and marriage
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