What happens when we abandon a place? Aleks explores abandon both on and offline.
President Clinton's use of line-item vetos on projects he deemed wasteful.
New definition of when death occurs will assist medical staff.
Early-bird poet Ian McMillan investigates why people are early or late.
Will new government measures help small companies being crippled by late-paid bills?
Should a man who believes his life-saving surgery is a conspiracy to kill him be forced?
Does the growth of the sharing economy mean ownership is over?
Ben Rogers asks if getting us to make public pledges can change our behaviour.
Sarah Dunant explores the fractious history of promises made between rulers and the ruled.
Chris Pierson makes the case for a radical rethinking of private property.
Andrew Dilnot charts a personal history of Britain through numbers.
Meet the extraordinary people behind some of the world's most discussed legal cases.
Clinton's White House departure inspires Alistair Cooke to explore past presidents' exits.
Rory Sutherland explores how businesses play on our susceptibility to signs of commitment
Clive Anderson and guests discuss who should pay compensation to victims of abuse.
Can conscious patients stop treatment, even when this will directly lead to their deaths?
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