How an ancient Chinese remedy provided a 1970s breakthrough in the fight against malaria
China's breakthrough malaria cure
Autism and the MMR vaccine
How a British doctor misled the world by linking the MMR vaccine to autism.
Drama in the British parliament
A political crisis in Britain, ballooning around the world and mindfulness.
Abolishing the army
How Costa Rica scrapped its armed forces, plus Maya Angelou and Sweden's famous warship.
The rise of Hindu nationalism
A religious rally called the Rath Yatra in 1990 championed militant Hinduism in India.
The Columbine school shooting
Mass murder in the US, the first play on Broadway by a black woman, and space tourism.
The al Yamamah arms deals
The controversial Anglo-Saudi deal, South Africa's historic election, the first "Vegan"
The Malayan Emergency
Battling a communist insurgency in the 50s, sinking the Belgrano and the "Arctic African"
The war on drugs
US efforts to deal with illegal drugs in 1971, plus the rise of Jack Ma in China.
The final days of Sri Lanka's civil war
The last battles of a brutal conflict plus how the Nazis stole children.
The Sunday Omnibus - Art, Sexuality and Faith
Fi Glover with the omnibus edition of three conversations about art, sexuality and faith.
Colum Arbuckle shares the life stories of older people in Northern Ireland.
It Started in Aldershot
Comedian Arthur English reminisces with Michael Pointon and a studio audience. From 1988.
Roy chats to Bethan Lewis, the site manager of the St Fagans National Museum of History.
Peter and Chloe with the verdict on the week's news and predictions for the week ahead.