Should a woman with severe disabilities be helped to get pregnant?
Dr Mark Porter explores how to improve communication between medics and patients.
Actress and broadcaster Jameela Jamil asks how we should navigate consent.
Dr Michael Dixon argues healthcare needs to be less reliant on patients seeing a doctor.
What happens when Muslim beliefs are at odds with medical decisions?
David, who has severe learning difficulties, has been diagnosed with a form of cancer.
Helena Kennedy QC explores the key idea of consent in our politics, law and digital lives.
Three-year-old Catherine desperately needs a bone marrow transplant from a sibling.
Helena Kennedy QC explores idea of consent in our politics, law, media and digital lives.
Sir Ian Kennedy reviews the ethical judgements used by the medical profession.
Melvyn Bragg examines the technological advances and ethics of modern medicine.
Should a man who believes his life-saving surgery is a conspiracy to kill him be forced?
Prof Deborah Bowman reveals how a cancer diagnosis has changed her view of medical ethics.
Lord Harries of Pentregarth talks to Joan Bakewell about his faith.
At what point is a woman's disability an obstacle to her having fertility treatment?
Ashley is 15 and refusing chemo. Should the medical team and his mum accept his choice?
Dr Margaret McCartney examines a GP consultation.
Meet the extraordinary people behind some of the world's most discussed legal cases.
Should children with degenerative, life-limiting conditions be kept alive at all costs?
Is it ever ethical to withhold food and water in a child who is not dying?
Can conscious patients stop treatment, even when this will directly lead to their deaths?