With fat threatening to break the NHS, Miriam Margolyes continues looking at the obesity crisis and discovers a world of extremes. Show more
After a lifetime of worrying about her weight, 78-year-old actress Miriam Margolyes embarks on a journey to work out why the nation is getting ever fatter. Show more
Health experts and BBC correspondents answer your questions on coronavirus.
Experts answer your questions on the government’s measures in response to the coronavirus.
The latest developments and advice.
Experts answer your questions on the impact of the coronavirus epidemic on the education system and schools.
Shaun Ley speaks to Professor David Heymann from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. Is the World Health Organisation moving fast enough to tackle COVID-19? Show more
A panel of experts and BBC reporters around the world answer questions on the coronavirus outbreak. Show more
In the UK, we eat over three million takeaways per day. Journalist Nikki Fox teams up with scientists at Liverpool John Moores University to discover what this habit is doing to our health. Show more
As the United Nations meet in New York to plan how to deliver the best global healthcare, Dr Ayan Panja and Claudia Hammond assess the impact of the Millennium Development Goals.
Julia Sutherland introduces stand-up and conversation with performers daring to laugh in the face of death, featuring Alistair Barrie, Mel Moon, Scott Gibson and Toby Peach. Show more
Following the staff and patients at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital. Rose is rushed to the hospital and waits to find out if a kidney is a match for her. Show more
Oliver Hides and studio guests discuss the ongoing efforts to contain the coronavirus and explore the plans being put in place should the virus begin to spread more widely
Today it’s assumed that a dad should be there for the birth of his child. But what’s the real impact of birth on dads and should they have more of a choice? Fi Glover investigates. Show more
Dr Kat Arney examines why some people repeatedly click pens, doodle and knee jiggle. More than a distraction, it turns out fidgeting has potential benefits for both body and mind. Show more
Life's getting better. Statistics show the average human is healthier and better fed and educated than ever. So why don't we believe it? Fraser Nelson investigates. Show more
Former England and Arsenal captain Tony Adams talks about his alcoholism and setting up the charity Sporting Chance. Singer Amy Wadge describes how music helps her recovery.
An appeal is made on behalf of Home-Start UK. Home-Start volunteers support families with young children across Northern Ireland. Show more
Chris van Tulleken examines cigarette filters, the tobacco industry's hidden marketing tool. Margaret McCartney discusses whether the media portray a balanced view of sepsis. Show more
Three sporting heroes talk about the fight of their lives. Doddie Weir, Stephen Darby and Rob Burrow talk to Sally Nugent about life with motor neurone disease. Show more