Peter White interviews anti-war photographer Giles Duley, who was injured in Afghanistan.
Should a surgeon agree to a young woman's request to amputate her leg?
Dr Mark Porter examines the diagnosis and treatment of appendicitis.
Why do we all have different pain thresholds?
Dr Mark Porter visits a new burns unit at Birmingham Children's Hospital.
How does the brain control pain? Professor of neuroimaging, Irene Tracey investigates.
Winifred Robinson's latest report on the families of children born in Bradford 2007-2009.
Joan Bakewell explores one of our greatest fears about death and dying: being in pain.
Blind broadcaster Peter White interviews amputee jockey Guy Disney about his charity work.
Dr Mark Porter examines emergency procedures for heart attacks.
Irene Tracey tells Jim Al-Khalili how imaging the brain reveals how and why we feel pain.
Dr Mark Porter reports on the latest advice on how to diagnose and treat meningitis.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the causes and our mechanisms of coping with pain.
Dr Mark Porter reports on the latest findings about the experience of physical pain.
Dr Nina Burrowes asks whether we should scrap the use of juries in rape trials.
Professor Irene Tracey, an expert in brain imaging, asks can we ever know another's pain?
Vivienne Parry explores the similarities between emotional and physical pain.
Dr Sarah Goldingay explores groundbreaking research into relieving chronic pain.
Dr Mark Porter visits the Trauma Centre at the Royal London Hospital.