Sue Broom meets the scientists using GM technology to control animal disease.
Geoff Watts explores new techniques in gene therapy for cystic fibrosis.
What will it mean to us once scientists are eventually able to recreate life from scratch?
Adam Rutherford on the DNA revolution in our understanding of human evolution.
Peter Evans investigates a new, yet controversial field of synthetic biology.
Would you eat artificial meat, grown in the lab? Geoff Watts investigates.
Should a woman with severe disabilities be helped to get pregnant?
Aleks Krotoski asks if we have all become cyborgs without even knowing it.
Scientist and broadcaster Prof Trevor Cox explores a new wave of biomimicry.
A story of the discovery of genetic scissors that accidentally enabled fast gene editing.
Nadene Ghouri investigates how meat from the offspring of a cloned cow was eaten in the UK
How Welsh dairy cows may be helping British athletes win medals.
Comedian Ed Byrne joins Robin and Brian to talk about science's quest to create life.
Prof Jonathan Ball meets the people trying DNA and Gene therapy on themselves.
Robert Winston traces the impact of DNA - from its discovery 60 years ago to today.
Prof Jonathan Ball concludes his survey of the new disruptive biotechnologies.
Matthew Cobb explores the excitement and concerns about the new genome editing technology.
Richard Dawkins decodes the discoveries and mysteries of the human genome sequence.
Richard Dawkins explores what the DNA of chimps and extinct Neanderthals says about us.
Tom Heap investigates the latest developments in GM technology.
Melvyn Bragg examines the implications of the developments in genetic engineering.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince learn how to build a bionic human.
Jim Al-Khalili talks cloning with the creator of Dolly the sheep, Ian Wilmut.
Erica McAlister explores how insect technology can solve human design problems.
Jim Al-Khalili discusses the genetics of cancer with Professor Sir John Burn.
Jim al-Khalili talks to biologist John Sulston.
Jonathan Ball finds out just how easy it has become to sequence a genome and edit it.
Will biotechnology transform how we understand and control life itself?
Are human cyborgs set to become a reality? Frank Swain investigates.
Prof Jonathan Ball looks at unnervingly-cheap ways to gene edit human embryos.
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