Aleks Krotoski asks if we have all become cyborgs without even knowing it.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the history of machines imitating living beings.
How a six legged robot adapts to a damaged limb.
Jack Stewart meets the engineers inventing vehicles that drive themselves.
Jonathan Freedland compares safety on the railways in the 1830s to driverless cars today.
Jon Stewart examines how scientists are trying to bridge the gap between robots and humans
Jon Stewart explores how robots are used as carers and motivators.
Mike Williams asks if we have reason to fear the rise of the robots.
BBC’s Derrick Evans shows Adam Rutherford how a drone should be flown.
Are human cyborgs set to become a reality? Frank Swain investigates.
Jonathan Freedland examines contemporary military drones and Nazi V1 and V2 weapons.
Can we share the planet with orangutans, and how can drones help us?
Robots threaten the human workforce, but they are crucial to the modern economy.
Michael Buerk chairs a debate on the morality of drone attacks, with special guests.
Jonathan Freedland compares the plight of black cab drivers with that of 18thC watermen.
Aleks Krotoski discovers how a face changes a robot from a machine into a social being.