Tom talks to Sir Kenneth Grange about his ideas on designing furniture for older people.
Chris Mason brings together listeners' contributions on caring for children and the old.
Is it time to rethink how older people are cared for to enable fulfilling lives?
David Schneider talks of his fear of death to palliative care consultant Kathryn Mannix.
Why the UK's elderly care sector is facing a financial crisis.
Who cares? Are elderly patients being left to suffer and die from neglect in hospital?
A palliative care consultant discusses the place of honesty in matters of life and death.
How Cecily Saunders' 'modern hospice' movement forced the NHS to plan for a 'good death'.
Joan Bakewell explores how to ensure your wishes at the end of your life are respected.
An investigation into the state of home care services in the UK.
Joan Bakewell explores death and dying, confronting the very questions we fear the most.
Linda Pressly examines the use of terminal sedation and asks is it backdoor euthanasia?
Alan Dein explores the feisty and the frail sides of ageing in an elderly people's home.
What can one man’s story tells us about the future of the NHS?
Alan Dein finds renewed community spirit in Rotherham following the sex abuse scandal.
Dr Kevin Fong explores ways to improve the health and social care needs of the elderly.