Ernie Rea and guests discuss the theological issues raised by Alzheimer's disease.
Chris Ledgard endures bars, clubs and flight paths to listen to speech through noise.
Following the diagnosis of a family member, comedian Rory Bremner explores ADHD.
Dr Mark Porter finds out about the latest research into Alzheimer's Disease.
Dr Mark Porter discusses the causes and treatments for cerebral palsy.
Michael Rosen finds out how best to communicate with people with dementia.
Tommy Whitelaw calls for more support and respect for people living with dementia.
Has a drive to increase the diagnosis of dementia and find a cure been effective?
Shumi Bose explores how design can help us explore and express our sense of identity.
Dementia turns lives upside down, but where does food fit? Sheila Dillon investigates.
An update on cook Paula Wolfert and entrepreneur James Ashwell's food and dementia stories
Sally Magnusson reads an excerpt from Where Memories Go
Experts examine who makes decisions about care for the elderly and those with dementia.
How can Joe, a boy on the autistic spectrum, answer a question teeming with possibilities?
Writer Iain Sinclair meets artist Keggie Carew to talk about her book Dadland.
Kim Normanton asks if it is possible for people with dementia to experience happiness.
Prof June Andrews argues for a revolution in the approach to dealing with dementia.
Are care homes able to protect frail and vulnerable elderly residents from violence?
Moving story of love and the struggle to find meaning when faced with a terrible illness.
The comedian Mark Thomas discusses the inspiration behind his new show Opera Figaro.
Tommy is 19 and was excluded from nine schools. Can he turn his life around?
Three parents discuss life with a child with learning difficulties.
Writer Charles Sprawson reflects on his life as he copes with advancing dementia.
Are people with learning disabilities dying unnecessarily because of poor care in the NHS?
Considering an increased sharing of economic and social concerns across the Atlantic.
Joan Bakewell asks what she might expect, and how she should prepare, if she had dementia.
Grace Dent tells the story of Jean, who is being harassed by her 80-year-old ex-husband.
A doctor's perspective on dementia - from the inside.
Gina McKee and Christopher Hampton discuss the play The Mother
Oboist Paul Mosby has Alzheimer's - can music therapy reconnect him with his past?