Ernie Rea and guests discuss religion and the generation gap.
Alan Dein meets pensioners who have transformed their home into a school for bullied kids.
Psychotherapist Susie Orbach meets Amelia, who's worried about her teenage daughter Grace.
Psychotherapist Susie Orbach meets mother and daughter Amelia and Grace.
Julie Fernandez explores the complex relationship between disabled child and parent carer.
David Baddiel tries to understand crying: why does water come out of our eyes?
Chris Mason brings together listeners' contributions on the disengagement of young adults.
Ed Howker asks if young people deserve the bad reputation given to them?
Sarah Dunant delves into the past for alternative stories to help frame today's anxieties.
The teams have just one day to help young people better manage their digital lives.
Proinsias O'Coinn goes in search of a piece of art that has the power to make him cry.
Sarah Thomas de Benitez says it's time to listen to street children.
Thomas Dixon explores the history of weeping as an aesthetic response to works of art.
Melvyn Bragg charts the rise of mass culture in the 20th century.
Film-maker Michael Jenkins explores fatherhood at a young age.
Melvyn Bragg examines the definition and state of modern culture in the 20th century.
Comedian Sarah Breese attempts to reverse the trend of young people deserting rural Wales.
An email from a stranger sparks a remarkable friendship.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Why do we cry, and does it makes us feel better?
Louise Cooper explores the big decisions for people in their thirties.
Louise Cooper explores the big decisions for people in their twenties.
Michael Rosen finds out why we laugh and why we cry, with neuroscientist Sophie Scott.
Josie Long hears tales wild youth - first love, sibling rivalry and dangerous encounters.
Melvyn Bragg examines the history of concepts and ideas on youth from antiquity to today.