Peter White interviews anti-war photographer Giles Duley, who was injured in Afghanistan.
In 1960, the leading Nazi Adolf Eichmann was abducted in Argentina and smuggled to Israel.
3/5 In Jamaica, a mother rejects her son. Years later a daughter disavows her father in Ilford
The enduring appeal of Agatha Christie. Jenni Murray presents.
Success still evades these two musicians, but there's nothing else they'd dream of doing.
A doctor wants to perform the first human head transplant. Will US surgeons license him?
Giles Fraser discusses gene theory versus altruism with Tom Stoppard and Armand Leroi.
Turning off street lights, the popularity of bottled water, and home-swapping holidays.
3/5 Tim Samuels explores the sharing economy as it applies to transport.
Buy-to-let is booming. But will the tax changes in the Budget hit this way of investing? (R)