Sue Broom meets the scientists using GM technology to control animal disease.
Geoff Watts explores new techniques in gene therapy for cystic fibrosis.
Is there a test for how long you will live? Controversies in cutting edge ageing research.
Geneticist Alison Wollard explains her enthusiasm for a tiny nematode worm.
Nadene Ghouri investigates how meat from the offspring of a cloned cow was eaten in the UK
Cloning expert Prof Stephen Minger discusses human-animal embryos.
Are DNA results being misinterpreted in criminal cases?
A story of the discovery of genetic scissors that accidentally enabled fast gene editing.
Gerry Northam explores proposals to check asylum seekers' credentials using DNA analysis.
Matthew Cobb explores the excitement and concerns about the new genome editing technology.
Richard Dawkins explores what the DNA of chimps and extinct Neanderthals says about us.
Melvyn Bragg examines the implications of the developments in genetic engineering.
Tom Heap investigates the latest developments in GM technology.
Jim Al-Khalili talks cloning with the creator of Dolly the sheep, Ian Wilmut.
2012 Nobel Prize winner John Gurdon on cloning a frog decades before Dolly the Sheep.
Philip Ball tells the story of US geneticist and 1983 Nobel prize-winner Barbara McLintock
Rebecca Morelle examines how children could be born with DNA from three people.
Prof Jonathan Ball looks at unnervingly-cheap ways to gene edit human embryos.
Kathy Willis on how Mendel's famous pea experiments helped to revolutionise horticulture.
Jim meets Paul Nurse, Nobel prize-winning geneticist and President of the Royal Society.
Sue Broom cracks the code of the cryptic names that are given to genes by scientists.
Prof Jim al-Khalili talks to Nobel Prize-winning molecular biologist Sir Tim Hunt.