Richard Dawkins decodes the discoveries and mysteries of the human genome sequence.
Richard Dawkins explores what the DNA of chimps and extinct Neanderthals says about us.
Could a new generation of genetically-modified crops attract the public? Tom Heap reports
Former chief scientific officer to the government Sir David King discusses GM agriculture.
Is now the time right for Europe to allow widespread cultivation of GM crops?
Susan Watts investigates the second generation of genetically modified crops.
Jim Al-Khalili meets John Pickett, whose recent work on GM wheat caused a public debate.
Jim al-Khalili talks to biologist John Sulston.
Dominic Lawson asks the environmentalist Mark Lynas why he now supports GM crops.
Anna McNamee meets the artists and poets using genetic science to create stunning works.
Tom Heap asks whether GM crops are the answer to feeding the world's expanding population.
GM crops remind Alistair Cooke of other scientific developments that caused controversy.
The origins of the internet, and why nobody thought of making it secure.
Jim Al-Khalili talks to breast cancer pioneer Valerie Beral.