Should we be treating the cause of mental illness rather than the symptoms?
A cow parsley tattoo, hibernating ladybirds, and a lurcher called Annie.
BBC disability correspondent Nikki Fox on the portrayal of disability in films and on TV.
The 1960s saw anti-psychiatrists including RD Laing question the notion of insanity.
A dream home or a jump into the unknown? Rosie Millard on the highs and lows of moving.
Amy Golden, who is severely disabled, shares what life is like through her eyes.
Afua Hirsch speaks to barristers who say they're in the grip of a mental health crisis.
Why is the age range 16-25 such a crucial time for mental health?
Julie Fernandez explores the complex relationship between disabled child and parent carer.
Disabled dancer Claire Cunningham considers why she would never want to be 'fixed'.
Peter White meets musician Clarence Adoo, who played a key role in the 2012 Paralympics.
The Care in the Community concept dominated the 1980s.
Aleks Krotoski explores how effective the digital world is as a confidante.
A father describes coming to terms with his son's diagnosis of type 1 diabetes.
Despite pledges to tackle diabetes, why do 24,000 people die needlessly each year?
Could increasing access to weight loss surgery help the battle against diabetes?
Tired of her type 1diabetes, May lies to her mum and medical team about her sugar levels.
A diabetic teenager puts her life at risk to avoid her school friends.
Felicity Evans discusses the role of diet in diabetes.
Ernie Rea in conversation with guests about religion and disability.
Julie Fernandez considers whether to have children at risk of inheriting her disability.
The panel discuss the risks being taken by a disabled woman seeking assisted conception.
Can history unlock the secret to a better old age?
How a diagnosis of depression could be broken down into lots of different conditions
Ernie Rea and guests explore how disability is explained by different faith communities.
Caz Graham visits a Cumbrian farm dedicated to improving mental health and well-being
Clare Balding meets Stuart and his dog Poppy, walking round England for charity.
Geoff Watts asks why older people are often excluded from clinical trials.
Professor Trevor Cox explores the world of sonic design applied to our outdoor spaces.
Has care for people with learning disabilities improved since Winterbourne View?