Helena Merriman asks why so many people are drawn to gardening.
Exploring an unlikely exhibit of artworks from Guantanamo Bay.
Sue MacGregor speaks to former detainees and the head of the guard force at Guantanamo Bay
Jon Manel looks at the potential problems in closing the controversial detention facility.
On first anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Alistair Cooke muses on a new type of warfare.
Emma Barnett explores what happened in Oklahoma City after the devastating 1995 bomb.
The fallout of Oklahoma City bombing, and the rise in domestic terrorism.
Edward Stourton on the coalition set up after the terrorist attacks of 11 September.
Edward Stourton continues his series about the coalition set up after 11 September 2001.
Pentagon adviser David Kilcullen talks to Frank Gardner about the war on terror.
Stephen Grey investigates the relationship between the US and the UK security services.
US cruise missile strikes in Sudan and Afghanistan and Clinton makes a public appearance.
Edward Stourton reports on Britain's stretched armed forces and use of military power.
Alistair Cooke asks how we can police the world in a time of modern terrorist conflict.