Provocative and engaging debate on the morality of banking, chaired by Michael Buerk.
Michael Buerk and guests look at the morality of money.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Satirist Joe Queenan reveals that the search for someone to blame is always successful.
The truth is like a vegetable your mother makes you eat, nourishing but it tastes terrible
Wole Soyinka explores the notion of dignity within a climate of fear.
Michael Blastland explores how we react to advice.
Journalist Nichi Hodgson asks whether there's scope for an ethical code for producing porn
John Keegan considers how the causes of war are to be addressed and conflict resolved.
Margaret MacMillan examines the role of civilians as supporters and victims of conflict.
Professor David Livingstone on how climate has shaped how we think about our lives.
Are we secretly reassured by the shame and failure of others? With Jane Garvey.
Mobeen Azhar investigates whether innovative police initiatives can prevent crime.
Errollyn Wallen meets artists working in places of conflict and danger around the world.
Can science offer us a realistic prospect of immortality and would it be desirable?
Architectural writer Shumi Bose explores whether we can trust what we see.
Conflicts, big and small - what do they have in common? Evan Davis and guests discuss.
Brian Cox, Robin Ince and guests ask whether science needs war to drive it.
Jay Rayner asks what compels people to look at horrific things.
Melvyn Bragg examines duty, a concept that has excited philosophers through history.
Giles Fraser explores the movement that aims to make charitable giving most effective.
Sean Bean presents a series exploring how war experiences filter down the generations.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the notion of evil in western philosophy.
Margaret MacMillan explores our complex relationship with the people who go to war.
Professor Sandel considers how we should use our ever-increasing scientific knowledge.
Aleks Krotoski asks what it is that draws people to the dark corners of the web.
Nikolaus Pevsner considers the 'Englishness' of the artist William Hogarth.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss different ideas of morality.
In times of war how much care-free behaviour should we indulge in?