Could a more relaxed policy on immigration help the developing world more than state aid?
An investigation into refugees crossing the Channel illegally and those profiting from it.
Aasmah Mir visits what new profiling research suggests is the wealthiest area in the UK.
Aasmah Mir visits what new research suggests is the least affluent place in the UK.
Professor Raymond Tallis explores the science and culture of immortality.
How is population change transforming our world? David Willetts investigates.
Cartoonist Gerald Scarfe recycles, slices and dices the BBC's archive on love and marriage
The history of marriage from ancient Greek and Babylonian times to today.
Laiba Husain discusses life before, and after, marriage.
Alan Dein asks five families revealing questions about money and marriage.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate, presented by Michael Buerk.
Millie died at 22 months. Her 'little life' is celebrated, its ongoing impact considered.
Ehsan Masood examines how science could help prevent future banking crises.
Michael Sandel explores the philosophical justifications made for national borders.
Evan Davis runs through the contenders for A History of the World's last object.
Camilla Cavendish asks what role the government should play in our relationship choices.
Evidence suggests that we are all becoming less connected with the natural world.
Harvard's Michael Sandel uses pioneering technology to conduct a truly global debate.
The Moral Maze. Presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Engaging debate on the moral virtue of marriage. Chaired by Michael Buerk.
"Who should be allowed to marry?" Debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Theatre maker Tom Bailey discusses the displacement of migration in Tweet of the Day.
Dr Yan Wong explores new theories on gender and ageing.
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