The harrowing personal stories that lie behind today's homeless headlines.
Traumatic events can change our biology. Can we pass on this altered biology to children?
Former soldiers turn to Shakespeare to fight stress and take Henry V to the London stage.
Harriet Sergeant investigates whether empty commercial buildings could house the homeless.
Is it a religious duty to give to beggars? Ernie Rea and guests discuss.
Muna Baig argues that forced displacement should be taken seriously as a war crime.
Robert Elms charts the history, ideology and culture of squatting.
Raj Persaud explores the psychology behind the CIA's 'enhanced interrogation' programme.
Considering the complexity of homelessness and the failure of ideology to address it.
Sarah Thomas de Benitez says it's time to listen to street children.
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.
A tale of homelessness in Poole. Mel struggles to find work and a place to live.
To what lengths should a medical team go to encourage homeless women to avoid pregnancy?
Pairing American military veterans suffering from PTSD with songwriters.
An intimate exploration of living with a partner who returns home traumatised by war.
A home for army veterans is closing, and resident John fears he'll end up on the streets.
Former homeless drug addict Mark Johnson explores our relationship with street beggars.
Daniel Pick traces how aerial bombardment has made the unconscious mind a field of battle.
How riots in Tompkins Square Park were sparked by social injustice.
Is there a hidden epidemic of mental illness among soldiers who've served in Afghanistan?
Jane Deith examines new research into violent behaviour by soldiers returning from combat.
Part of a day of programmes exploring the mass movement of people.