What role does silence play in our lives and why can it be so poignant or so awkward?
The status, responsibilities and realities of women in power around the world.
News of a child seemingly cured of HIV and the Fukushima health consequences two years on.
Allan Little chairs a special Papal edition from St Peters Square.
The two American songwriters talk to us about their current release Child Ballads.
Is China leading a cyber-espionage conspiracy? And should companies be fighting back?
A review of Look Who's Back by Timur Vermes - clever satire or simple bad taste?
South Sudan bishop Paride Taban's peace village is bringing hostile tribes together
Iraqi paediatric cardiologist on carrying out his first hole in the heart operation
Britain's most senior health official warns over a lack of investment in new antibiotics.
Peter Bowes asks if exercise and lifestyle changes hold the key to staying young.
Fiona Talkington visits the Dark Music Days Festival in Iceland.
Tuesday 12 March 2013