Ruth Deech on IVF, the developments it made possible and what the future may hold.
How the NHS responded to the birth of the first test tube baby in 1978.
Comedian Ed Byrne joins Robin and Brian to talk about science's quest to create life.
A new radio poem by Lemn Sissay featuring five women's audio diaries of pregnancy.
Linder wants to be a surrogate to help a gay couple have a baby - but will it work out?
Charlotte Smith asks, when do you choose to stop trying with IVF?
Adil Ray looks at life through the lens of photography couple Andy and Elle Fallon.
The dilemmas faced by couples and medical teams when a baby stops growing in the womb.
Charlotte really wants a baby, but her epilepsy means pregnancy is fraught with problems.
Political journalist Isabel Oakeshott talks to Natalie, who had twins through surrogacy.
Journalist Isabel Oakeshott talks to Rehka, who had a baby through surrogacy in India.
Dr Mark Porter visits a fertility clinic to learn about the latest developments in IVF.
Lord Robert Winston on IVF, the House of Lords and scientists' ethical responsibilty.
Rebecca Morelle examines how children could be born with DNA from three people.
UK surrogacy is based on trust rather than contract. Catrin Nye asks if the system works.
Michael Buerk presents combative, provocative and engaging debate.
Jon Manel on the increasing numbers of UK couples having children using surrogate mothers.