Clive Anderson and guests discuss proposals to reform our laws on violence.
Abi Blake was beaten to within an inch of her life: she wants to help protect other women.
How lung cancer forced the new NHS to ask: should it just treat disease or prevent it too?
Sue Littlemore examines a string of cases in which women were killed by their partners.
Robert McCrum journeys into his own brain to understand more about stroke.
Robert McCrum goes through a two-week rehabilitation course to rejuvenate his left side.
When domestic violence leads to murder, why do police keep missing the danger signs?
Dr Mark Porter examines emergency procedures for heart attacks.
Clare Balding walks in Herefordshire with Dr Kate Harding who has a moving story to tell.
Josie Long hears stories of what can be found when we lose ourselves.
Dr Mark Porter assesses the impact of the forthcoming ban on smoking in enclosed spaces.
Mary Ann Sieghart talks to the first British woman soldier known to have killed in combat.
Jonathan Izard attempts to come to terms with killing a man in a road traffic accident.
A true story of brain injury, recovery and discovery.
Jim Al-Khalili in conversation with the neuroscientist Prof Dame Nancy Rothwell.
A teenage girl describes the experience of losing her mum at a music festival.
Questions remain about alleged police misconduct in a 15-year-old murder investigation.
Angus Stickler investigates deaths in police custody.
Dr Mark Porter visits Glasgow where doctors have pioneered a new treatment for strokes.
Dr Mark Porter explores the science behind the dramatic cut in the number of cot deaths.
How far should a medical team go to prevent a young woman from ending her life?
Melvyn Bragg and guests examine the Black Death and its effect on medieval society.
Paul Seabright investigates the links between trade and disease.
Stephen Smith embarks on a journey to rediscover the lost joys of getting lost.
Jonathan Freedland and guests explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history
Dr Mark Porter visits the Trauma Centre at the Royal London Hospital.
Does a leading stroke drug cause more harm than good?