Linda explores the disparities between the north and south in terms of wealth and living.
Meet Stephen Burke. He's a man on a mission.
Edward Stourton meets the defenders of capitalism turning against the undeserving rich.
Is England's North/South divide shifting?
Tim Harford reflects on the impact of mankind on the world around us.
Robert Gardiner considers the problems of economic inequality and race relations.
Robert Peston explores the alarmingly widening gap between rich and poor since the 1980s.
How the murder of Neil Heywood changed China. A true-life tale of sex, death and politics.
John Grindrod considers past efforts to improve housing space standards.
Tim Harford is joined by Malcolm Gladwell for the first in this new series of talks.
Predistribution is Labour's new idea. The US thinker who invented it explains what it is.
Why has pay not risen in line with profits? TUC economist Duncan Weldon investigates.
Twelve of the country's brightest young minds gather to solve difficult social problems.
Harvard political philosopher Michael Sandel questions the thinking beneath controversies.
Lesley Curwen investigates the ways councils negotiate affordable housing with developers.
The house builders who claim they are too poor to build affordable homes.
Michael Robinson concludes his series with a discussion on work in the future.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Paul Morley reading from his book 'The North (and Almost Everything in It)'.
How do rich and poor live together side by side? Mesmerising real-life London encounters.
Paul Johnson explores what the world of work tells us about inequality in England.