Should we be treating the cause of mental illness rather than the symptoms?
A cow parsley tattoo, hibernating ladybirds, and a lurcher called Annie.
The 1960s saw anti-psychiatrists including RD Laing question the notion of insanity.
Psychotherapist Susie Orbach meets Amelia, who's worried about her teenage daughter Grace.
Psychotherapist Susie Orbach meets mother and daughter Amelia and Grace.
The poets on sex, masculinity... and urination.
Anita Anand embarks on a personal exploration of divisions within the feminist movement.
Afua Hirsch speaks to barristers who say they're in the grip of a mental health crisis.
Why is the age range 16-25 such a crucial time for mental health?
Philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah argues for a world free of racial fixations.
The Care in the Community concept dominated the 1980s.
Aleks Krotoski explores how effective the digital world is as a confidante.
Melvyn Bragg explores Matthew Arnold's ideas about culture being a powerful force for good
Ed Howker asks if young people deserve the bad reputation given to them?
Michael Blastland discovers whether opening up can generate trust.
Can history unlock the secret to a better old age?
Experts - are they to be trusted?
Caz Graham visits a Cumbrian farm dedicated to improving mental health and well-being
Clare Balding meets Stuart and his dog Poppy, walking round England for charity.
Clare Balding walks in search of the wild with environmentalist George Monbiot.
Geoff Watts asks why older people are often excluded from clinical trials.
The teams have just one day to help young people better manage their digital lives.
Jay Brave speaks to poet Lawrence Hoo about his attitude to race and identity.
Jay Brave speaks to Christopher McJetters about his experiences as a black gay man.
Jay Brave and Kelechi Okafor discuss their approach to race and identity.
Matthew Sweet urges us to rethink old age as an opportunity and worthy destination.
Onora O'Neill asks how we decide when to trust those who inform us about the wider world.
Ernie Rea explores the place and nature of faith and belief in today's world.
Melvyn Bragg investigates the changing ideals of masculinity in 20th century literature.
Melvyn Bragg charts the rise of mass culture in the 20th century.