Douglas Alexander asks how we can overcome the forces that divide us.
Author and commentator Eliane Glaser makes a progressive case for authority.
Michael Blastland asks if 'group-think' is distancing policy from the public.
The dramatic story of one woman's escape from a life blighted by gang culture.
Geoff Watts explores the origins and the science behind our love and loathing of gossip.
Geoff Watts continues his exploration of the science and culture of gossip.
Mariella Frostrup and her guests ask why children are becoming obese.
The moral boundaries of friendship. Chaired by Michael Buerk.
Melvyn Bragg explores the concept of friendship; ‘a single soul dwelling in two bodies’.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
The word 'gossip', and Nixon's invitation to China.
Dr Yuval Noah Harari explains how the ability to gossip gave us evolutionary advantage
Chris Patten examines how governance affects sustainable development.
What makes the will of the crowd more persuasive than the wisdom of one?
The story of an octogenarian dancer teaching a 28-year-old how to waltz.
Claudia Hammond with more experiments that changed our understanding of the human mind.
Clare Balding meets those who have found love and companionship through walking.
Has our sense of collective belonging been lost?
UN's birthday party creates a limousine jam in New York.
Aleks Krotoski asks how digital devices are changing our memories.
Prof Mona Siddiqui considers the importance of friendship in a divided world.
Dan Snow looks at the fading morale of the British and Germans in the spring of 1918.
John Osborne discusses what it means to be ignored.
Professor Edmund Leach explores the importance of the interconnectedness of the universe.
Best-selling author Philip Pullman talks to his former schoolteacher Enid Jones.
Ewan Flynn argues that grassroots football is more than just a game on a Sunday afternoon.