Clive Anderson and guests discuss proposals to reform our laws on violence.
Ernie Rea examines how Biblical attitudes to childlessness persist in society today.
Paddy O'Connell meets Lisa Cherry, whose childhood was spent in the care system.
How far can and should the state interfere with family life to deal with problem families?
The stories of three women in a touching exploration of what it means to be childless.
Adrian Goldberg meets Mandy, of Sikh and Hindu heritage, married to an Afro-Caribbean man.
Adrian Goldberg explores the topic of mixed marriage.
Adrian Goldberg meets Rosalind, a Christian who married a Jewish man in the 1970s.
Professor Emma Griffin turns to history to debunk what she calls the Motherhood Myth.
Two very different families join together to raise a baby - and change each others' lives.
Louise Ann Wilson discusses her walking guide and art book that reflect on childlessness.
Professor A H Halsey examines the relationship between generations in a nuclear family.
Aasmah Mir meets the families in which grandparents are bringing up their grandchildren.
Alan Dein hears how a community has helped following the death of two youngsters.
File on 4 investigates claims of bullying and abuse of power by social services.
Ernie Rea and guests discuss issues around childlessness.
Why do some people choose childlessness?
Women in the City talk about how they have combined motherhood with a high-flying career.
Women in the City talk about how becoming a mother has impacted on their career.
A new radio poem by Lemn Sissay featuring five women's audio diaries of pregnancy.
Sue Littlemore examines a string of cases in which women were killed by their partners.
Fi Glover talks to three men who have chosen to stay at home looking after their children.
Author Dreda Say Mitchell says we have overlooked the cultural element to social mobility.
Mariella Frostrup and her guests ask whether we're having too many children or too few.
Exploring step-parenting and 'blended families'.
What is it like to be estranged from your family? Three people tell Fi Glover.
Nick Berkeley shows how song lyrics help us articulate and negotiate aspects of our lives.
What drives fathers to kill their families and themselves? Jane Deith investigates.
Is secrecy within the family harmful, or can it offer a necessary form of protection?
How do changing roles within the family promote democracy and economic development?
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