The care organisations pioneering new ways of looking after people in their own homes.
Disturbing stories from carers who look after vulnerable people in their own homes.
Tom talks to Sir Kenneth Grange about his ideas on designing furniture for older people.
Dave Howard finds out what it is like to be a young adult carer.
Chris Mason brings together listeners' contributions on caring for children and the old.
Is it time to rethink how older people are cared for to enable fulfilling lives?
Michael Rosen finds out how best to communicate with people with dementia.
Kira is a teenage carer for her mother. Can she find a way to leave her for university?
Are the old and vulnerable paying the price of cuts in home care?
Joan Bakewell explores one of our greatest fears about death and dying: being in pain.
Why the UK's elderly care sector is facing a financial crisis.
Who cares? Are elderly patients being left to suffer and die from neglect in hospital?
Dr Mark Porter looks at the options available for care at the end of life.
Dr Mark Porter explores the state of end-of-life care in the UK today.
Professor John Ashton argues for radical changes to the way older people are housed.
Has care for people with learning disabilities improved since Winterbourne View?
Psychotherapist Susie Orbach meets 75-year-old Maureen, whose husband has dementia.
Amanda's fight to get 24 hour care for her 96-year-old dad who has dementia.
Joan Bakewell explores how to ensure your wishes at the end of your life are respected.
An investigation into the state of home care services in the UK.
Fran Abrams reports on the shortage of secure places for children at risk.
Simon Cox investigates concerns about the number of Roma children being taken into care.
Is profit being prioritised over a duty of care when it comes to children's homes?
Alan Dein meets doulas in Lewes, Sussex, who are companions to the dying.
A father faces eviction because of his daughter's divorce settlement.
Alan Dein explores the feisty and the frail sides of ageing in an elderly people's home.
Series exploring the world of words.
What can one man’s story tells us about the future of the NHS?
Alan Dein finds renewed community spirit in Rotherham following the sex abuse scandal.
Dr Kevin Fong explores ways to improve the health and social care needs of the elderly.