Ernie Rea and guests discuss religion and the generation gap.
Some of the world's most beautiful women discuss the ageing process.
Allan Little hosts a salon on the ageing world at Newhailles House near Edinburgh.
Peter Evans on how the study of the ageing process has opened up a new field of medicine.
Vivienne Parry explores what is 'normal' ageing.
Melvyn Bragg looks at the ethical, economic and biological implications of living longer.
How will our ideas about ageing change as life expectancy rises to 100 and beyond?
Tom talks to Sir Kenneth Grange about his ideas on designing furniture for older people.
Professor Tom Kirkwood explores the revolution in the human aging process.
Sarah Dunant delves into the past for alternative stories to help frame today's anxieties.
Bishop Richard Holloway asks if life's best lesson is when to let others take over.
A chronological journey through life - from childhood to old age - captured in the mirror.
Vivienne Parry reports on new research into tackling muscle wastage.
Professor Kirkwood argues that the longevity revolution has reached a turning-point.
Olivia O'Leary meets one of the greatest ever jump-jockeys, Mick Fitzgerald.
Olivia O'Leary speaks to piano virtuoso and conductor, Vladimir Ashkenazy.
How the oldest people on the planet are helping scientists to unlock the secrets of ageing
Tulip Mazumdar finds young people in Japan rejecting intimacy and a population in decline.
Cathy FitzGerald tries to rescue the Wicked Queen from the mirror's spell.
Matthew Sweet asks how human longevity shifted from an indicator of progress to anxiety.
Writer Patrick McGuinness asks what really is the inevitable. And must we accept it?
What is it really like to be old? Matthew Sweet talks candidly to people aged over 85.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Atul Gawande calls for a new approach to the 'great unfixables' - ageing and death.
What’s the secret to a long, happy life?
Professor Tom Kirkwood looks at a revolution in the life sciences.
Dr Kevin Fong explores ways to improve the health and social care needs of the elderly.
Has the first person to live to 1,000-years-old already been born?