John McCarthy talks to those who feel they've had to live outside mainstream UK society.
A woman who identified as gay and then married a man talks to those with a similar story.
Claudia examines the Hierarchy of Needs, part of Abraham Maslow's theory of motivation.
The tale of a maverick lawyer and his attempt to win asylum for a Pakistani man.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss philosophical and evolutionary arguments over altruism.
Aleks Krotoski asks if the digital world is allowing us to be more altruistic than ever.
The poets on sex, masculinity... and urination.
Exploring how in Edwardian Britain Tchaikovsky became a symbol of male homosexuality.
Magnanimity, the gift which makes a good politician.
Author Lloyd Markham shares a dystopian tale about belonging.
Simon Callow examines the work of 19th century artists who explored same-sex desire.
Exploring the Victorian borderland between Platonic friendship and homosexual love.
Chris Ledgard examines how the words we use play a critical role in resolving conflict.
Josie Long hears stories of making contact.
Crush: Aleks Krotoski explores how the digital world has impacted upon love.
Following 41-year-old academic editor Daniel, who has never had a serious relationship.
Is it a good idea for us to feel each other's pain? Jolyon Jenkins investigates empathy.
Professional listeners reveal how there is far more to listening than hearing.
Two female composers reveal how there is far more to listening than hearing.
Mariella Frostrup and her guests debate the dilemmas of modern parenting.
Four individuals discuss the part languages and words play in their working lives.
Four professional listeners reveal how they use sounds as indicators of health and quality
Patrick Aryee meets people who 'listen' to sounds beyond the human range of hearing.
A whale biologist is among those who reveal there is more to listening than hearing.
Dame Evelyn Glennie reveals how there is more to listening than hearing.
Listening is about more than hearing, as we discover with four individuals.
Michael Blastland discovers whether opening up can generate trust.
How 1970s gender politics changed friendship and how popular culture reflected this change
Five interconnected couples tell all.
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