Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Writer Amit Chaudhuri explores the idea of exile and modern, secular homelessness.
Aleks Krotoski asks if the digital world is allowing us to be more altruistic than ever.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss philosophical and evolutionary arguments over altruism.
Could artificial intelligence reinvent capitalism?
Should a woman with severe disabilities be helped to get pregnant?
Journalist Nichi Hodgson asks whether there's scope for an ethical code for producing porn
Is capitalism broken, and if so, what should replace it?
Alison Wolf investigates the role of charities in delivering public services.
Sharmini Selvarajah meets interfaith families facing the 'December dilemma'.
Simon Callow examines the work of 19th century artists who explored same-sex desire.
Danny Kruger calls for a re-evaluation of the purpose of punishment for crime.
Can science offer us a realistic prospect of immortality and would it be desirable?
Economic historian Deirdre McCloskey on why poverty matters more than inequality.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the relationship between democracy and capitalism.
Giles Fraser explores the movement that aims to make charitable giving most effective.
In a new series, Michael Portillo weighs up the costs and benefits of global capitalism.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the notion of evil in western philosophy.
Could the booming finance industry could threaten the wider economy?
David Grossman tells stories which help explain the world of contemporary capitalism.
Ivo Gormley tells the story of his bright idea to combine getting fit with doing good.
Why have British attitudes towards homosexuality changed so far and so fast?
Lawyer Harry Potter examines whether the law should enforce good morals.
Michael Buerk asks if the monarchy is compatible with a truly meritocratic society.
Engaging debate on the morality of meritocracy and privilege, chaired by Michael Buerk.
David Grossman with more stories which help explain the world of contemporary capitalism.
Neuropsychologist Paul Broks on moral decisions and the brain.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the philosophical movement phenomenology.
Angie Hobbs, Leif Wenar and David Runciman debate and explore the ideas of John Rawls.
Giles Fraser explores the personal moral response to inequality.