Michael Buerk and guests look at the morality of money.
Jenny Kleeman explores places at the extremes of UK society.
David Graeber examines the crash of 2008 in the context of the history of debt.
Frances Cairncross reports on the credit crunch and its effect on the world economy.
Writer Nicholas Royle returns three library books - three decades after he borrowed them.
Frances Cairncross examines what lessons must be learned from the credit crunch.
Michael reports on initiatives to do without banks, including peer-to-peer lending.
Ernie Rea and guests discuss what role religion plays in people's attitudes toward debt.
David Graeber examines the influence of debt during the birth of capitalism.
Anthropologist David Graeber examines debt in the Classical period.
David Graeber examines the influence of debt during the conquest of South America.
David Graeber examines the rise of virtual money since the 1970s.
John Waite investigates the debt management firms which have left people worse off.
David Graeber examines debt during the medieval period, when coinage largely disappeared.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk about the Greek debt.
Anthropologist David Graeber examines the moral power that debt holds over people.
Michael Robinson investigates the nasty surprises in the commercial property market.
David Graeber considers how the world's religious texts include the language of debt.
David Graeber asks what debt actually is. It is not as simple as one might think.