Comedian Rosie Wilby proposes the end of monogamy.
Actress and comedian Diona Doherty proposes that bridesmaids should be seen AND heard.
Ray finds out he is father to a baby in care and fights for custody. Grace Dent presents.
The Untold follows the impact of a child custody case waged across international borders.
Can long-term relationships survive the move to Uni and is it worth trying to keep them?
Fi Glover talks to three men who have chosen to stay at home looking after their children.
Simon fights to become his teenage niece's legal guardian after she was placed in care.
Should gay people be allowed to marry, or will that irreparably damage society?
An intimate glimpse of the Hong Kong protests, as experienced by a newlywed couple.
Josie Long hears stories of relationships stretched across space.
Cartoonist Gerald Scarfe recycles, slices and dices the BBC's archive on love and marriage
The history of marriage from ancient Greek and Babylonian times to today.
Series exploring the place and nature of faith in today's world
Reverends Richard Coles, Kate Bottley and Giles Fraser swap curate shoptalk.
Laiba Husain discusses life before, and after, marriage.
Britain's Muslim-Jewish couples share their remarkable stories with Zubeida Malik.
Modern weddings - and why it's best not to write your own service.
Alan Dein asks five families revealing questions about money and marriage.
Ernie Rea and guests discuss whether or not monogamy is the ideal for human relationships.
Does true love have to be monogamous? We hear three very modern love stories.
Gubs is Sikh, gay and getting married. But will his dad go to the wedding?
Susie Orbach meets estate agent Natalie, whose faith is very important to her.
Paddy O'Connell explores the effect of great emotional upheaval on family life.
Mariella Frostrup and guests focus on the challenge of long-distance parenting.
Ernie Rea and his guests discuss same sex marriage.
Camilla Cavendish asks what role the government should play in our relationship choices.
Alan Dein on how Northants villagers shatter the midnight peace in a din of pots and pans
The Moral Maze. Presented by Paddy O'Connell.
A history of the housewife since 1945, which explores her shifting power and politics.
Engaging debate on the moral virtue of marriage. Chaired by Michael Buerk.