Fukushima made many people oppose nuclear power. What it would take to change their minds?
Muna Baig argues that forced displacement should be taken seriously as a war crime.
David Runciman explores democracy: is it still fit for purpose in today's UK?
Dr Mark Porter investigates the phenomenon of resistance to antibiotics.
What can be done to tackle antimicrobial resistance, a massive threat that humans face?
Jenny Cuffe reports from DR Congo on the scale of illegal gold mining.
Johann Hari argues that our demand for gadgets has helped to drive the war in the Congo.
Lyse Doucet and guests gaze into their crystal balls to predict what 2020 has in store.
The story of how one woman offered refuge to leading intellectuals fleeing from the Nazis.
Clare Balding joins a group of refugees and students who enjoy walking together.
Anti-nuclear protests gather force.
Nuclear scientist Dr Sue Ion discusses nuclear power.
Sarah Dunant considers a post-antibiotic world with lessons from the past.
Jim Al-Khalili talks to Sue Ion about working in the nuclear industry post-Chernobyl.
Dr Mark Porter looks at the problem of superbugs in hospitals.
Gabriel Zucman invented an ingenious way to estimate how much wealth is hidden offshore.
Adam Rutherford investigates why scientists are increasingly worried about space debris.
Part of a day of programmes exploring the mass movement of people.
The political theorist who argues that liberal democracy is in grave danger.