Ruth Deech on IVF, the developments it made possible and what the future may hold.
The poets on sex, masculinity... and urination.
Mariella Frostrup and guests explore the complex topic of the best age to start a family.
How the NHS responded to the birth of the first test tube baby in 1978.
Comedian Ed Byrne joins Robin and Brian to talk about science's quest to create life.
A new radio poem by Lemn Sissay featuring five women's audio diaries of pregnancy.
Charlotte Smith asks, when do you choose to stop trying with IVF?
As more women delay pregnancy, will early menopause be recognised more?
Frolicking fossils and suggestive theories - the origins and evolution of sex.
There may be only two sexes but nature has evolved many weird ways to make female and male
Jheni Osman asks what environmental factors may be affecting human and animal fertility.
Five interconnected couples tell all.
Adil Ray looks at life through the lens of photography couple Andy and Elle Fallon.
Charlotte really wants a baby, but her epilepsy means pregnancy is fraught with problems.
Dr Mark Porter visits a fertility clinic to learn about the latest developments in IVF.
Lord Robert Winston on IVF, the House of Lords and scientists' ethical responsibilty.
Matthew Sweet looks at the impact of the Kinsey Report, first published seventy years ago.
Late-night conversation. Jane Garvey asks what role sex plays in our lives.
Historian Professor Fara Dabhoiwala explores the origin of free speech about sex.
Professor Tom Kirkwood explores the connections between sex and death.
Why does sex exist? And why aren't we all the same sex?
Why don't we have more than two sexes?
Deborah Bull looks at the link between dance and courtship.
Bereaved mum Emma Beck asks why nine babies are stillborn every day in the UK.
Ann Alexander asks why the UK has some of the highest rates of stillbirths in Europe.
What are the social repercussions of biological inequality?