Phil Woolas, Damian Green, Tom Brake and Lord Pearson debate immigration policy. They are cross-examined by Andrew Neil and BBC home editor Mark Easton. Show more
Stephen Smith examines what the wider cultural impact will be of a shrinking BBC. Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Alan Johnson for Labour, Chris Grayling for the Conservatives and Chris Huhne for the Lib Dems debate crime and policing. With Andrew Neil and Mark Easton. Show more
The BBC's specialist on-air editors answer some of the big questions about world events. Topics in this edition include the future of Iraq, and whether London is bad for Britain. Show more
The BBC's on-air editors answer more challenging questions. In this programme: Is Germany happy being master of Europe? Have parts of old industrial Britain been abandoned? Show more
A report on when mobility scooters become a menace. Plus, the Leicestershire charity saving lives with unwanted medicines, and why wrestling is making a comeback in the region. Show more
Andrew Neil and the BBC's social affairs editor Mark Easton are joined by leading politicians to debate immigration, policing and counterterrorism.
David Whiteley looks at radical solutions to caring for the elderly across the East, and goes on the road with the Bishop of Norwich. Show more
Mark Easton investigates alternatives to paying for care in old age. Plus, what are the ramifications of an ageing population with fewer carers? Show more
Inside Out investigates the hidden problem of depression amongst the elderly. Also Mark Easton looks at some radical solutions to the rising cost of caring for an aging population. Show more
With our elderly population set to soar, Mark Easton investigates the radical steps some families and neighbourhoods are taking to look after their ageing members. Show more
Emma Thomas investigates how those who look after the elderly are vetted. Mark Easton examines the radical steps families are taking in the care of their older relations. Show more
Investigating why dozens of convicted criminals have been working as carers across the Midlands. And Mark Easton explores some radical solutions to the problems of elderly care. Show more
Investigating the radical solutions to the funding elderly care without intervention from the state. Plus, the Bristol grandmother fighting to get access to her granddaughter. Show more
John Simpson reviews the big news stories of the year at home and abroad with BBC political editor Nick Robinson, home editor Mark Easton and contributing editor Bridget Kendall. Show more
The BBC's on-air editors answer more challenging questions. Has Syria fundamentally changed the world order? And as Scotland debates independence, has 'being British' had its day? Show more