BBC iPlayer | Horizon: Eat, Fast and Live Longer
Michael Mosley examines the powerful science behind the ancient idea of fasting.
BBC iPlayer | George Shelley: Learning to Grieve
Singer George Shelley explores grief, having lost his sister in an accident in May 2017.
BBC iPlayer | Fourteen Days in May
Countdown to an execution in Mississippi.
BBC World Service | Genetics Made Simple: Genetics and Ethics
A DNA sample can be compared to evidence from a crime scene
BBC World Service | Press for Freedom: Government Control
The effects of government control and the risks that journalists take to pursue the truth
BBC Sport | Why Does Sport Lack Female Coaches?
BBC Sport talks to a variety of professional female sports coaches about their experiences in professional sport.
BBC Four | What a performance! Pioneers of Popular Entertainment (clips)
Exploring the history of British popular entertainment in the 100 years before television.
BBC News | Tech Makes Fashion Accessible for All
Open Style Lab combines technology and fashion to make clothing more accessible for disabled people.
BBC Radio 3 | Free Thinking: Macbeth and Things Fall Apart
Jo Nesbø and Mark Ravenhill on the Scottish Play; Chinua Achebe's novel about leadership.