Adrian Chiles talks to Larissa Pelham, head of emergency food security for Oxfam.
David Russell asks whether backing big charities is the best way of improving the world.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Ernie Rea and his guests discuss the role of faith-based charities.
Should we as consumers think about the moral consequences of where we spend our money?
Georgie Fienberg argues that charities doing development work should want to close.
Have we forgotten the meaning of Charity? Topical debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Matthew Taylor finishes his look at the charity sector, focusing on charities' impact.
Jo Fidgen asks why inheritance arouses such powerful emotions.
Josie Long hears stories of what one generation passes on to another.
Bronwen Maddox with environmentalist Tom Burke, who's planning to leave his money to birds
Bronwen Maddox talks to solicitor and stepfather Gary Rycroft about solving disputes.
Tricky? Bronwen Maddox hears how one brother and sister sorted out their farm inheritance.
With Giles Fraser, Melanie Phillips, Michael Portillo and Matthew Taylor.
Lucy Kellaway explores the complexities of having considerable personal wealth.
Have big charities lost their philanthropic purpose? Fran Abrams investigates.
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