Clive Anderson and some of the country's top legal minds discuss legal issues of the day.
The Jamaican slave rebellion that contributed to Britain's abolition of slavery.
The primary school teacher at the centre of a row over LGBT rights.
The conflict between religious belief and human rights law.
Must our human rights be balanced by legal responsibilities? David Walker investigates.
Val McDermid presents a history of same-sex relationships in Britain.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate.
Clive Anderson asks what difference a new Bill of Rights would make to UK citizens.
Sue MacGregor brings together female newsreaders who negotiated sexism in the 1980s.
Jonathan Freedland examines the policing of demonstrations.
What rights do people have when they feel they've been unfairly put under surveillance?
A City banker gets £3 million payout for sexism at work. Why do such cases still happen?
Jonathan Freedland examines current debates about ethical shopping and production.
Clive Anderson and guests discuss how the law controls surveillance by 'Big Brother'.
Clive Anderson considers the legal limits of our right to express dissent.
Clive Anderson asks why the law is struggling to reduce the gender pay gap.
Melvyn Bragg on the radical north, from the Peterloo Massacre to the suffragettes.
Fran Abrams asks if Britain has become a haven for torturers.
Novelist Nick Harkaway says we need to talk about surveillance before it is too late.