Jonathan Sumption argues that the law is taking over the space once occupied by politics
Jonathan Sumption argues that courts have usurped power via human rights law
Jonathan Sumption assess the pros and cons of written and unwritten constitutions
Reverend Edward Norman contemplates if human rights are the newest form of Commandments.
Wole Soyinka explores the notion of dignity within a climate of fear.
Trade versus human rights - should we be squeamish about dealing with repressive regimes?
Advertising guru Cindy Gallop discusses embracing zero privacy.
Helena Kennedy QC explores the relationship between law, psychotherapy and mind doctors.
Lord McCluskey argues ultimate responsibility for legislation lies with Parliament.
Neil MacGregor considers the state of human rights - with a David Hockney print.
Edward Stourton chairs a debate on issues surrounding human dignity.
Mariella Frostrup explores how we set boundaries between intimate and public spaces.
Martin Bright asks if the truth is really always desirable and in the public interest.
Joan Bakewell meets Reform Judaism's new Movement Rabbi, Laura Janner-Klausner.
Ernie Rea and guests discuss the nature of mercy.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate, presented by Michael Buerk.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Should we expect our leaders to moral exemplars? Engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
David Aaronovitch asks where do we draw the line between privacy and the right to know?
William Crawley tells the story of Northern Ireland's so-called 'Gay Cake' row.
Why obey the law? Does the law have any moral force?
Aleks Krotoski explores whether it's true that, 'I'm recorded, therefore I am'.
Union membership is in decline. So who will represent the workers of the gig economy?