How Cecily Saunders' 'modern hospice' movement forced the NHS to plan for a 'good death'.
How the NHS responded to the birth of the first test tube baby in 1978.
How the Black Report in 1980 and others exposed inequalities in health in deprived areas.
A baby died, wards were closed and nurses went on strike. An NHS crisis in the 1980s.
The New Plague
How the NHS responded to a new fatal disease, Aids, in the 1980s.
Policing the Bugs
When MRSA and other hospital bugs hit the headlines, the NHS had to clean up its act.
Too Much Medicine
Breast screening highlighted the issue of over-diagnosis and over-treatment in the NHS.
From cleaning bedpans to treating broken bones: how nursing in the NHS has changed.
The NHS has never had enough money. How have health ministers dealt with it?
The series which traces decisive moments in the history of the NHS.
Pete Wilson explores the characters and communities that make Gloucestershire great.
Roy looks ahead to BBC Cardiff Singer Of The World with Beverley Humphreys.
The death of Neda Soltan
How a young woman became a symbol of anti-government protest in Iran
Màiri Mhoireasdan à Geocrab sna Hearadh a' fuireach am Montreal, 1970
Màiri Mhoireasdan ann an còmhradh ri Fred MacAmhlaigh am Montreal ann an 1970.
The Conquering Engines
Prof David Hendy explores how the sounds of nature gave way to the industrial revolution.