Writer DJ Taylor creates a user's guide to the snob for the 21st century.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate, presented by Michael Buerk.
Neuropsychologist Paul Broks looks at the idea of leading a good life by being selfish.
Colin Murray Parkes illuminates the importance of secure attachments for human happiness.
David Aaronovitch and guests explore the moral implications of the public sector strike.
Olympic snowboarder Aimee Fuller's personal look at the selfie phenomenon.
Laura Barton examines the place of confidence in modern life.
Singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt talks about the song she wrote about the phenomenon.
Laura Barton examines the place of school and background in determining confidence.
Laura Barton concludes her three-part series on the place of confidence in modern life.
The Olympic snowboarder explains how it feels to be on the receiving end of a fan selfie.
Why did politicians embrace the selfie in the recent 'selfie election'?
Aimee describes how she will be using social media on her way to the next Winter Olympics.
Frank Cottrell Boyce curates and creates the festival of his wildest dreams.
Lauren Laverne on the origins and effects of the obsession with selfies.
Street philosophy with Bettany Hughes, and changing ideas about hubris through time.
How personal insecurity is used to drive exceptional performance in elite City workplaces.
A four-part history of us - our borders, our peoples and the stories we tell ourselves.
Julia Bradbury talks to Laura Rutherford, a volunteer with the Samaritans.
Julia Bradbury discusses the challenges of emergency medicine with Dr Martin McKechnie.
Julia Bradbury explores the challenges of working in a mental health inpatient unit.
Joan Bakewell is joined by writer, actor and director Julian Fellowes.
Writer Mark Vernon says narcissism should be rehabilitated as a positive form of self-love
Street philosophy with Bettany Hughes, and changing ideas about narcissism through time.
Jolyon Jenkins investigates whether we're really in the grip of a narcissism epidemic.
Robbie talks about his many regrets as a "narcissistic, egoic, thin-skinned" pop star.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Aleks Krotoski asks if technology is changing our experience and relationship with shame.
Rowland Manthorpe explains why he thinks confidence is overrated.
Does the end of the Reagan era mean an end to the culture of greed of the 1980s?