Aleks Krotoski asks if the digital world is allowing us to be more altruistic than ever.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss philosophical and evolutionary arguments over altruism.
Dancer Deborah Bull looks at the role dance has played during some of our toughest times.
Clinical psychologist Daniel Freeman explores cases of delusion.
Josie Long presents stories of running away, flight and car chases.
Frank Cottrell Boyce curates and creates the festival of his wildest dreams.
Ayesha Hazarika explains why she thinks humour is so important in our political discourse.
Ivo Gormley tells the story of his bright idea to combine getting fit with doing good.
Vivienne Parry asks when a normal concern about our wellbeing turns into health anxiety.
Michael Rosen talks to comedian Elis James about how to make language funny.
Why do people suffer from hypochondria, and why do they attract so little sympathy?
Giles Fraser explores the personal moral response to inequality.
Harriet Beveridge says we don't take humour seriously enough.
Laurie Taylor explores what makes something funny and when it crosses the line.
Why we are driven to donate, and how charities can benefit from marketing's insight.
Giles Fraser discusses gene theory versus altruism with Tom Stoppard and Armand Leroi.