ALMA, the remote observatory in Chile, tracks the 'radio sky': 2/5
Stargazing: Astronomy from the Edge of the World
Stargazing: A New Vision of Our Cosmic Origins
The James Webb Space Telescope: its journey to discover how our universe came to be. 3/5
Stargazing: Faith versus Science in Hawaii
The proposed Thirty Metre Telescope on sacred mount Mauna Kea that's causing a rift: 4/5
Stargazing: South Africa's New Generation Astronomers
The scientist running the Square Kilometre Array, the world's biggest telescope: 5/5
Making it Work
Making it Work: Affordable Medical Equipment in India
1/4 New mini-series. The reality of being an entrepreneur serving “the bottom billion”
Making it Work: Rugged Tablets for African Schools
2/4 Start-ups who are innovating products in Kenya and India
Making it Work: Navigating Kenya's Streets with Technology
3/4 OkHi is a navigation device which allows you to find an address, however remote
Making it Work: Agriculture in India and Kenya
4/4 Entrepreneurs coming up with innovative solutions for agriculture in India and Kenya
America, Laboratory of Democracy
America, Laboratory of Democracy: Drowning Government in a Bathtub
1/4 How America became the world’s first big democracy and the limits of its constitution
America, Laboratory of Democracy: Money -the Lifeblood of American Democracy
2/4 How money became an important feature in American politics
America, Laboratory of Democracy: Little Leviathans
The 1924 Scopes Trial that banned the teaching of Charles Darwins' evolution in Tennessee
America Laboratory of Democracy: Insurgent Nation
The insurgent popular movements that changed America's democracy
Ocean Stories: The Atlantic
The fishing communities living and working along the shores of the Atlantic
Ocean Stories: The Indian Ocean
Deep sea exploration of the Indian Ocean and the people making a living from the sea
Ocean Stories: The Arctic and Southern Oceans
The melting ice is changing the sea's composition completely
Ocean Stories: The Pacific Ocean
Tourism brings opportunity to the Solomon Islands and the Philippines but at what cost?
What Happened Next
What Happened Next: The Japanese Tsunami, 2011
How did people rebuild their lives after the devastating Japanese tsunami of 2011?
What Happened Next: Rana Plaza
Four years on since the collapse of the Rana Plaza has anything changed in Bangladesh?
What Happened Next: Ebola
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa and the challenges of bringing the disease in control
My Perfect Country
My Perfect Country: Rwanda
Rwanda has closed its gender gap by 80%. Is it a model other countries should follow?
My Perfect Country: Cuba
Does Cuba hold the best policy for surviving hurricanes?
My Perfect Country: Germany
Is the way Germany has handled refugee integration a model other countries could follow?
My Perfect Country: Norway
How has Norway managed to have the lowest rate of prisoners reoffending in Europe?
My Perfect Country: Nepal
How has Nepal dramatically reduced maternal death – and can their policy be replicated?
My Perfect Country: Canada
Is Canada’s catch share model for sustainable fishing a contender for an imagined utopia?
My Perfect Country: Which Policies will Work?
From closing the gender gap to sustainable fishing, which policy will be adopted?
Living on the Edge
Sea Levels Rise
Moving on from uninhabitable land and building state-of-the-art sea defences
Yin Yuzhen has planted a million trees in 70,000 hectares of desert
Fresh ideas to stop the damage caused by melting glaciers
Meet the communities living in the shadow of hydro-electric dams
Abortion in America
Abortion in America: Texas
Could abortion be banned in the USA?
Abortion in America: Kentucky
In Kentucky a legal case is under way aimed at closing the last clinic for abortions
Abortion in America: Washington
In the US Supreme Court nine judges hear the latest major abortion case
The Future of English
From Language to Algorithm
How is the 21st Century transforming English - the world’s most widely used language?
Dialects and Evolution
How is the 21st Century transforming English - the world’s most widely used language
Changing British English
Have you used the words antwacky, jarg and squinny recently?
Too Much English?
Will English continue to dominate or decline, diminish cultures or enrich them?
Practical advice on how to stop yourself going out of date
Can we all continue to be gainfully employed for years to come?
Who Owns Your Data?
How companies amass data about you and how to win the data race against tech companies
Flesh is Weak, so Upgrade
How do we hack our own biology to counteract the effects of ageing, pain and ill health?
How can we prepare against antibiotic resistant diseases in the future?
Living with Nature
The Sounds of the Maasai Mara
A sonic journey through the plains of the Maasai Mara in Africa
The Sounds of the Namib Desert
Life in the Namib Desert from the solo notes of birds at dawn to the wind at night
The Sounds of the Lofoten Islands
Glacial streams, the wind and the cry of ravens are familiar sounds of Lofoten islands
Sounds of the Forest
What is the relationship between sound, the forest and the people in India?
After the Crash
After the Crash: Authority and Trust
How did the 2008 financial crisis affect our trust in authorities and experts?
After the Crash: Austerity and Consequences
Did Governments’ handling of the 2008 financial crisis make things better or worse?
After the Crash: Power Shift
How the 2008 financial crisis led to a shift in power from West to East
After the Crash: Rethinking Economics
How should economists rethink their ideas to better spot financial dangers in the future?
The Great Unravelling
The Great Unravelling: Human Rights
Is the world order that was forged after WW2 unravelling?
After the Crash: The Future
Ian Goldin examines how the 2008 financial crisis has changed the world
The Great Unravelling: War
Will new forms of war present even more of a challenge to the world order?
The Great Unravelling: Self Determination
What does the principle of self-determination mean in 2018?
The Great Unravelling: Trade and Trump
Could President Trump’s trade wars break the World Trade Organisation?
The Great Unravelling: Trade and China
Could China break the World Trade Organisation?
The Sun, Our Star
It's the source and sustainer of all life on Earth, but what do we really know about it?
The Sun, Our Star: Energy
How much energy can we get from the Sun?
The Sun, Our Star: Ancient sun
How the Sun’s light and heat inspired rituals dating back to the earliest humans
The Sun, Our Star: Space Weather
What effect could solar winds have on life on Earth?
The Sun, Our Star: Health and beauty
What does being deprived of sunlight do to you?
Making a Difference
Can Japan’s gun control policies, Norway’s prisoner scheme and Uganda’s law scheme work?
The History of Wastefulness
The History of Wastefulness: Today’s Trash Challenge
How our relationship with rubbish has evolved over time
The History of Wastefulness: Rubbish Through the Ages
Three historical landmarks that shaped modern attitudes to waste
The History of Wastefulness: The Tipping Point
Could the future be rubbish-free?
Anna brings you a focus on mental health.
Why is a sudden, yet not unexpected, death of someone old or ill, referred to a coroner?
Could artificial intelligence reinvent capitalism?
Sam Dilcock celebrates rural life in North Yorkshire.
You Can Fitness + Valentines heart
Ollie tries the You Can Fitness obstacle course + makes a valentine heart in Eynsham.