Harold Williamson reports from the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, where a team of surgeons have developed new techniques of neurosurgery from the violence of Ulster.
According to everyone who knew her Gale Parsons had much to offer. But, aged just 19 and a drug addict, she was found dead in the basement of a derelict house in Chelsea. Show more
First transmitted in 1971, John Pitman reports on a day in the life of Hyde Park, meeting the soldiers who live there, early morning Serpentine swimmers and other local characters. Show more
Two youth groups with one aim in common. They profess hate for the older generation and they're out to shock and disgust by any means. (1969) Show more
At a reunion of No. 501 Squadron at RAF Kenley, surviving Battle of Britain pilots gather to swap stories and recall the events of 1940. (1969) Show more
1960s working-class stars reveal their thoughts and feelings upon meeting royalty and how accents are now less of a hindrance in establishing credentials. (1967) Show more
Trevor Philpott investigates how class is categorised. He asks whether old snobberies are dead or whether they're merely being replaced by new prejudices. (1966) Show more
First transmitted in 1967, two mining families make the decision to move from Northumberland to Nottingham. Show more
First transmitted in 1966, Man Alive speaks to couples who, for various reasons, have decided not to take the traditional route towards marriage. Show more
First transmitted in 1967, Desmond Wilcox interviews couples whose marriages have gone wrong for various reasons. Show more
First transmitted in 1967, Desmond Wilcox interviews various men and women who are coping with divorce in 1960s Britain. Show more
First transmitted in 1967, young couples talk openly about the difference children have made to their marriages. Show more
In the first part of a special Man Alive report, Jeremy James interviews homosexuals about their feelings and the opinions of society towards them. (1967) Show more
In the second part of this Man Alive special report about homosexuality, Angela Huth interviews lesbians about their lives. (1967) Show more
Jack Pizzey reports on the challenges facing staff at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, one of the few surviving free hospitals in the USA, which soon faces closure.
Nick Ross and Michael Dean chair a studio discussion about the moral dilemmas programme-makers face when deciding whether to put out particularly controversial or disturbing material.
As Third World countries face food shortages, there's over-production and over-consumption in the wealthy West.
Jack Pizzey reports on the segregation of Catholics and Protestants in schools in Northern Ireland and asks teachers, pupils and clergy alike whether integration would help the situation there.