Sue Broom meets the scientists using GM technology to control animal disease.
Geoff Watts explores new techniques in gene therapy for cystic fibrosis.
Can we adapt disease-carrying insects to become friends not foes? Alice Roberts reports.
Should a woman with severe disabilities be helped to get pregnant?
A story of the discovery of genetic scissors that accidentally enabled fast gene editing.
Matthew Cobb explores the excitement and concerns about the new genome editing technology.
Could a new generation of genetically-modified crops attract the public? Tom Heap reports
Melvyn Bragg examines the implications of the developments in genetic engineering.
Former chief scientific officer to the government Sir David King discusses GM agriculture.
Is now the time right for Europe to allow widespread cultivation of GM crops?
Susan Watts investigates the second generation of genetically modified crops.
Tom Heap investigates the latest developments in GM technology.
Jim Al-Khalili talks cloning with the creator of Dolly the sheep, Ian Wilmut.
Jim Al-Khalili meets John Pickett, whose recent work on GM wheat caused a public debate.
Dominic Lawson asks the environmentalist Mark Lynas why he now supports GM crops.
Prof Jonathan Ball looks at unnervingly-cheap ways to gene edit human embryos.
At what point is a woman's disability an obstacle to her having fertility treatment?
Tom Heap asks whether GM crops are the answer to feeding the world's expanding population.
GM crops remind Alistair Cooke of other scientific developments that caused controversy.
Kirsty Wark gathers those involved in to the GM crop debate in Britain in 1999.
Live debate examining the moral issues behind one of the week's news stories.